MEDIA COVERAGE

Hot Extremes Over India and their Driving Mechanisms [Joshi et al. 2020; SREP]

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Newspaper highlights of the study entitled, “Assessing Changes in Characteristics of Hot Extremes Over India in a Warming Environment and their Driving Mechanisms,” which appeared in Scientific Reports.

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  • The Times of India: - India becoming more prone to extreme hot weather, scientists warn. [Article]

  • Business Standard (English): - Extreme heat events to become more common in India, scientists warn. [Article]

  • Business Standard (Hindi): - वैज्ञानिकों की चेतावनी: भारत को भी करना पड़ सकता है भारी गर्मी का सामना [Article]

  • Outlook India: - India becoming more prone to extreme hot weather, scientists warn. [Article]

  • Manorama: - India more prone to extreme hot weather, scientists warn. [Article]

  • NDTV India: - वैज्ञानिकों की चेतावनी: भारत को भी करना पड़ सकता है भारी गर्मी का सामना [Article]

  • Press Trust of India: - India becoming more prone to extreme hot weather, scientists warn. [Article]

  • Daily Hunt: - Extreme heat events to become more common in India, scientists warn. [Article]

  • The Hans India: - India becoming prone to extreme hot weather, scientists warn. [Article]

  • Udayavani: - Extreme heat events to become more common in India, scientists warn. [Article]

  • Daily Excelsior: - India becoming more prone to extreme hot weather, scientists warn. [Article]

  • Miscrosoft News: - India's hot climate got hotter in the past decade. [Article]

  • Yahoo: - India becoming more prone to extreme hot weather, scientists warn. [Article]

  • The Hitvada: - India becoming more prone to extreme hot weather. [Article]

  • Mongabay: - Large parts of India have warmed, hit by frequent hot days, say climate scientists. [Article]

  • LATESTLY: - India Becoming More Prone to Extreme Hot Weather, Warn Scientists. [Article]

  • Haaretz: - How New Zealand Parrots Outperform Politicians: The Climate Change Stories We’re Reading. [Article]

Trend & Spectral Analysis of Rainfall over India [Joshi & Pandey 2011; JGR-Atmos]

  • This article stands: -

  1. On eight position in the list of “most popular articles” in the last 1-year. [Link]

  2. On forth position in the list of “most popular articles” in last 60 days. [Link]

  3. In the list of top 20 “most popular articles” in the last 90 days. [Link]

  • CO2 science, a weekly review and repository of scientific research findings pertaining to carbon dioxide and global change, included this article on their website under the heading “A Twentieth-Century Rainfall History of India.” [Link]

  • The C3 (climate, cycles, and change) headlines quoted the following “The count of failed IPCC climate model predictions being wrong is likely unprecedented in the annals of science. Indian researchers (Manish K. Joshi & A. C. Pandey) confirmed another climate model failure in regards to predicted precipitation trends across their entire country.” under the heading “IPCC Predicted Warming Would Cause Greater Rainfall: Indian Scientists Determine Models Are Wrong.” [Link]

  • The Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change (NIPCC), an International panel of nongovernment scientists and scholars who have come together to understand the causes and consequences of climate change, also included this article on their website. [Link]