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Kamakshi Goyal

Dormant Barren Island Volcano

NIO Scientists Spot Dormant Barren Island Volcano to Erupt Again

After a long 150-year of inactivity, Barren Island Volcano or the Andaman Islands is spotted erupting once again, confirmed the scientists of NIO. Located nearly 140 km northeast of the Andaman’s capital city Port...
New Zealand Navy Launches Investigational Buoy in the Sub-Antarctic Southern Ocean to Detect “Liquid Himalayas”

Global Temperature Impels Arctic And Antarctic Sea Ice to Hit Record Low

Yet another example of climate change’s devastating consequences on global ecology and another concern for the ecologists. The mounting temperature of Australia forced the sea ice level of Arctic and Antarctic to hit the...
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Trump’s Lawmakers Instruct NASA to Shift Its Focus from Climate Change Projects to Deep-Space...

The administration of newly elected president of the United States, Donald Trump, is aggressively dominating NASA’s existing policies regarding researches and exploration missions. In such an antagonistic move, the lawmakers under Trump’s Government have...
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Climate Change Caused Global Oxygen Level Declining 2% in 57 Years; Detect New Study

The in-depth levels of global oceans, which earlier were believed to be less affected by global warming and climate change, have now proved to be no exceptional case. A new study, conducted for exploring...
Humans are changing climate 170 times faster than nature

Climate Change Is 170 Times More Attributable To Human Activities than Nature: Study

Climate change, constantly affecting ecology, civilization, and nature, has ended up being the most dangerous predicament facing the current society. However, instead of nature, human activities and human interference are the primary factors which...
Climate Change and Overfishing Are Steering Juvenile African Penguins towards Fatality: Warns New Study 

Climate Change and Overfishing Are Steering Juvenile African Penguins towards Fatality

Juvenile penguin group in Africa is moving towards death at a super-fast pace, thanks to the human interface and changes in climatic patterns. A new study has come up with a serious not on...
Department Of Conservation Calls for More Volunteer to Rescue Third Pods of Stranded Whales at Farewell Spit

Department Of Conservation Calls for More Volunteer to Rescue Third Pods of Stranded Whales...

Department of Conservation Golden Bay has called for more volunteers to take part in the rescue operation of the third pod of pilot whales at New Zealand’s Farewell Spit. Just a few hours of...
International Scientists Decipher a Massive 300,000-years-old Landslide Lying in Depths of Great Barrier Reef

International Scientists Decipher a Massive 300,000-years-old Landslide Lying in Depths of Great Barrier Reef

Australia’s iconic Great Barrier Reef, which usually hosts ample of multicolored fish, mollusks, starfish, turtles, dolphins, and sharks, also accommodates a massive landslide under its water, reveals a new research conducted by a team...
New Zealand Navy Launches Investigational Buoy in the Sub-Antarctic Southern Ocean to Detect “Liquid Himalayas”

New Zealand Navy Launches Investigational Buoy in the Sub-Antarctic Southern Ocean to Detect “Liquid...

Today, New Zealand navy has introduced an experimental buoy which will hint for the manners of navigating enormous waves in oceans. Gargantuan waves called the “liquid Himalayas,” are one of the most dangerous threats...

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