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Oceanographers Net is an online discussion portal where researchers, students, scientists and laymen come together and share information/queries connected to the oceans, climate, atmosphere and related vistas of the environment/geosciences || Founded by fellow oceanographers from Cochin University of Science & Technology.
Reports of unusually bad ice in the North Atlantic started to emerge shortly after the Titanic disaster. At the time, US officials told the New York Times that a warm winter had caused "an enormously large crop of icebergs".In the days leading up to that fateful night, the prevailing winds and temperatures, assisted by ocean currents, had conspired to transport icebergs and sea-ice further south than was normal at that time of year.In the days leading up to that fateful night, the prevailing winds and temperatures, assisted by ocean currents, had conspired to transport icebergs and sea-ice further south than was normal at that... [Read More]
A two day international conference on "Is Science able to explain the Scientist? (Science and Scientist — 2014)" will be held at Deichmann Seminar Hall, Acharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur, AP, India from November 28, 2014 to November 29, 2014.
'Science and Scientist — 2014' will bring together leading Biologists, Engineers, Scientists and Academicians from around the world. The main goal of this conference is to provide a platform for the academic, scientific and... [Read More]
CSIR-Fourth Paradigm Institute (CSIR-4PI)
(Formerly CSIR – CMMACS)
NAL Belur Campus, Bangalore 560037
Multiscale Modeling and Simulation Group
Applications are invited from suitable candidates to fill up Two Project
Fellows positions to work on “Future Climate Change Projection for
Kerala using high resolution climate model”, in a grant-in-aid research
project for One year.
Project Fellow (PF): Rs.16,000/- + HRA (as per rules).
First class M. Sc. or equivalent in Meteorology/Oceanography/Physics/
Mathematics/Statistics/atmospheric science/climate science with good
academic record from a recognized Institution/University.
Programming skill in Fortran/C and working experience in climate
... [Read More]
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