VIDEO: Scientists Set up Research Station in Himalayas to Study Climate Change

Glaciers are said to be one of the most important indicators of climate change. Scientists from the National Centre for Antarctic and Ocean Research, Goa have set up a research station at 4,500 metre altitude in the Himalayas to study climate change.

Glaciers are said to be one of the most important indicators of climate change.  Scientists from the National Centre for Antarctic and Ocean Research, Goa have set up a research station at 4,500 metre altitude in the Himalayas to study climate change.

Know more about it in a video here:

Research Station set up in the HimalayasThe station will allow experts to study the effects of climate change on glaciers.

Posted by TheBetterIndia on Tuesday, June 28, 2016

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