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India Underwater Robots in Bay of Bengal to Better Predict Monsoon

20:15  14 june  2016
20:15  14 june  2016 Source:   news18.com

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NEW DELHI: Scientists from India and the UK will release underwater robots in Bay of Bengal to monitor how ocean conditions influence monsoon , which can help in better "What we have now are imperfect models for predicting monsoon rainfall when it hits land, so this will create better forecasts."

Scientists from India and the UK will release underwater robots in Bay of Bengal to monitor how This can soon give India better predictions of the rainfall. The Bay of Bengal Boundary Layer India Spending Rs 400 Crore On A Supercomputer To Predict Monsoon , Giving Dying Farmers A Ray Of

Men cross a flooded road after heavy rains. © Provided by IBNLive Men cross a flooded road after heavy rains.

New Delhi: Scientists from India and the UK will release underwater robots in Bay of Bengal to monitor how ocean conditions influence monsoon, which can help in better predictions of the rainfall.

The Bay of Bengal Boundary Layer Experiment (BoBBLE) is led by two UK varsities, University of East Anglia (UEA) and University of Reading in collaboration with the National Oceanography Centre (NOC) in Southampton.

Collaborators in India include the Centre for Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences (CAOS), the Indian National Centre for Climate Information Services (INCOIS), the National Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasting (NCMRWF) and the National Institute of Ocean Technology (NIOT).

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NEW DELHI: Scientists from Britain and India will release underwater robots into the Bay of Bengal in a bid to more accurately predict the Indian Better forecasting would improve the livelihoods of India’s more than 200 million farmers and agricultural labourers, who are reeling from a devastating drought.

Scientists from Britain and India will release underwater robots into the Bay of Bengal in a bid to more accurately predict the Indian monsoon critical to millions of farmers, they said on Better forecasting would improve the livelihoods of India's more than 200 million farmers and agricultural labourers, who

Ministry of Earth Sciences Secretary M Rajeevan said the Indian Research Vessel Sindhu Sadhana carrying scientists will sail from Chennai on June 24.

"Once out in the ocean, they will release seven underwater gliders to measure ocean properties such as temperature, salinity and current," he said.

Meanwhile, collaborators from a partner project led by the University of Reading with collaborators across the UK and India will use a state-of-the-art aircraft to take atmospheric measurements at the same time.

It is hoped that the combined results of this large-scale scientific campaign will help forecast the arrival of the Indian monsoon more accurately than ever before. Forecasting the precise timing and location of the rains is vital to the region's economy, which is dominated by farming, and for managing its increasingly pressured water resources.

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The Bay of Bengal off the coast of India is about to get some new inhabitants: robots ! Scientists from India and the UK are collaborating on the largest stud Better understanding the monsoons could help people in countless ways, from minimizing the damage from flooding to improving crop yields.

More precise predictions of the monsoon that sweeps up from the Indian Ocean, which extends into the bay , can help people better New Delhi: Scientists from India and Britain will release underwater robots into the Bay of Bengal in a bid to more accurately predict the Indian monsoon , critical to the

Lead researcher Prof Adrian Matthews, from UEA's School of Environmental Sciences, said "The Indian monsoon is notoriously hard to predict. It is a very complicated weather system and the processes are not understood or recorded in science.

"We will be combining oceanic and atmospheric measurements to monitor weather systems as they are generated. Nobody has ever made observations on this scale during the monsoon season itself so this is a truly ground-breaking project".

Matthews said, they are aiming for a better understanding of the actual physical processes. "What we have now are imperfect models for predicting monsoon rainfall when it hits land, so this will create better forecasts."

He said they hope it will also help "to mitigate international disasters caused by extreme rainfall and flooding and better understand how the southern Asian monsoon affects the whole world's climate."

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