Climate Change in the Arctic
An Indian Perspective
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The Arctic, the polar region, the northernmost part of Earth, is the hotspot for climate change assessments and the sensitive barometer of global climate variability. This book includes the scientific observations on the Arctic region climate and the results achieved by scientists at the Indian Arctic station Himadri over the last decade. Designed and structured to incorporate multi-dimensional climate change research output, the book is a significant contribution to understand among other issues, the role of persistent organic pollutants and mercury, as well as the increase of carbon monoxide during ozone reduction in the Arctic. It is an important work for researchers, students, and all interested professionals.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Climate Change Assessment Over the Arctic Region: Initiatives Through Indian Polar Programme, Chapter 2 Arctic Weather & Climate Patterns, Chapter 3 Investigation of Gps Derived Total Electron Content (Tec) and Scintillation Index for Indian Arctic and Antarctic Stations, Chapter 4. Multi-year Measurements of Black Carbon Aerosols and Solar Radiation Over Himadri, Ny-ålesund: Effects on Arctic Climate, Chapter 5geomorphology and Landscape Evolution of Ny-alesund Region and Its Implication for Tectonics, Svalbard, Arctic, Chapter 6 Biogenic Silica Indicator of Paleoproductivity in Lacustrine Sediments of Svalbard, Arctic, Chapter 7. Role of Persistent Organic Pollutants and Mercury in the Arctic Environment and Indirect Impact on Climate Change, Chapter 8. Fate and Transport of Mercury in the Arctic Environmental Matrices Under Varying Climatic Conditions, Chapter 9. Increasing Presence of Non-polar Isolates in the Tundra and Fjord Environment – a Pointer Towards Warming Trends in the Arctic, Chapter 10 Zooplankton of the Past, Present and Future: Arctic Marine Ecosystem, Chapter 11 Spectroscopic Characterizations of Humic Acids Isolated From Diverse Arctic Environments", Chapter 12 Arctic Phyto-technology, Chapter 13 Bio-optical Characteristics in Relation to Phytoplankton Composition and Productivity in a Twin Arctic Fjord Ecosystem During Summer, Chapter 14 Recent Advances in Seismo-geophysical Studies for the Arctic Region Under Climate Change Scenario,Chapter 15 Decadal Arctic Sea-ice Variability and Its Implication to Climate Change
Dr. Neloy Khare is presently Adviser and Scientist G to the Government of India at MoES and has almost 30 years of experience in the field of paleoclimate research using paleobiology, paleontology. He completed his Ph.D on tropical marine region and Doctor of Science on southern high latitude marine regions towards environmental and climatic implications, and has made significant contributions in the field of Paleoclimatology of southern high latitude regions Antarctic and Southern Ocean using Micropaleontology as a tool. Dr. Khare is an Honorary Professor and Adjunct Professor at several Indian Universities. He has published 121 research articles in national and international scientific journals; 3 special issues as Guest Editor and Managing Editor for the Special Issue of Polar Science (Elsevier). He has authored and edited many books, articles and technical reports. The government of India and many professional bodies have bestowed him with many prestigious Awards for his scientific contributions to climate changes, Oceanography, Polar Science and Southern Oceanography. In 2013 he received the most prestigious award Rajiv Gandhi National Award given by the Honorable President of India. Dr. Khare has delivered many invited lectures, radio talks and publishing popular science articles. Dr. Khare has sailed in the Arctic Ocean as a part of “Science PUB” in 2008 during the International Polar Year campaign for scientific exploration in the Arctic Ocean and became the first Indian to sail in the Arctic Ocean.