Climate Variability of Southern High Latitude Regions
Sea, Ice, and Atmosphere Interactions
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This is the first book to provide a comprehensive overview of climate change-related investigations carried out by Indian researchers through initiatives in southern high latitude regions. It explains climate variability over the Southern Ocean and Antarctica; air, sea, ice, and atmosphere interactions and the impact of climate variability on sea ice, and polar atmosphere. Using data gathered by two Indian research bases Maitri and Bharti, ideal sites to study and understand climatic evolution in Antarctic in the past and the recent changes. This book helps understand climatological perspectives and evaluate some of the most pressing issues in the south polar region.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Antarctic Ozone: Trends and Variability in a Changing Climate, Chapter 2 Stratospheric Dynamics and Its Role in Climate Over the Antarctica, Chapter 3 Antarctic Weather and Climate Patterns, Chapter 4 Antarctic Aerosols and Climate: Measurements at a Coastal Antarctic Station, Chapter 5 Transient Variations in en Route Southern Indian Ocean Aerosols, Antarctic Ozone Climate and Its Relationship With Hox and Nox
Chapter 6 Physico-chemical Characterization of Antarctic Particles, Chapter 7 Impact of Near-earth Space Environmental Condition to the Antarctic Sub-auroral Upper Atmospheric Region, Chapter 8 the Intriguing Relationship Between Antarctic Sea Ice, Enso and Indian Summer Monsoon, Chapter 9 Quantifying the Predictability of Southern Indian Ocean Sea Ice Concentration in a Changing Climate Scenario, Chapter 10 Antarctic Climate History and Its Relation With Global Climate Changes: Evidence From Ice Core Records, Chapter 11 Southern Hemispheric Climate Change, Interhemispheric Teleconnection, and the Decreasing Trends in the Seasonal Mean Monsoon Rainfall Over the Indian Region in the Last Century (1871-2004), Chapter 12 Spatio and Temporal Variability of Physical Parameters in the Prydz Bay for Climate Change
Dr. Neloy Khare presently Adviser / Scientist G to the Government of India at Ministry of Earth Science, has an exceptional understanding not only of administration but also of quality science and research in his areas of expertise covering a large spectrum of geographically distinct locations like Antarctic, Arctic, Southern Ocean, Bay of Bengal, Arabian Sea, Indian Ocean etc. Dr Khare has almost 30 years of experience in the field of paleoclimate research using paleobiology Paleontology) / teaching / science management /administration / coordination for scientific programs (including Indian Polar Program) etc. Dr Khare has been conferred Honorary Professor and Adjunct Professor by many Indian Universities. He has an impressive list of publications to his credit (123 research articles in National and International Scientific journals; 3 Special Issues of National Scientific Journals as Guest Editor; edited Special Issue of Polar Science (Elsevier) as its Managing Editor. Authored/ edited many books, 130 Abstracts have been contributed to various seminars; 25 Popular Science Articles; 5 Technical reports). The government of India and many professional bodies have bestowed him with many prestigious Awards for his scientific contributions to past climate changes/oceanography / polar science and Southern oceanography. The most coveted award is Rajiv Gandhi National Award -2013 conferred by Honorable President of India.