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Urban expansion and hydrology

How do cities and their overexpansion affect the hydrological systems?

Ecological trap for Ganges River Dolphin

The Karnali River in Nepal is home to the endangered Ganges River Dolphin.

Ancient risks, current challenges

"In the face of climate change, disaster risk management must drive development and not vice versa.

Prediction in a socio-hydrological world

Water resource management involves large public investments with long-range impacts that traditional prediction... Read More

India’s long and winding path to green climate solutions

"The need to respond to climate change is challenging every large nation to develop new and adequate administrative... Read More

Citizen science and biodiversity research

Citizen science initiatives can play an important role in understanding the ecology of species.

Transition from water scarcity to water pollution in TG Halli, Bengaluru

By Veena Srinivasan

Taking science beyond academia

A bit of chance, a lot of hard-work, and a vision to extend science beyond the purview of academics led Priyanka Jamwal... Read More

Threatened wildlife of the Eastern Ghats

By Vikram Aditya

MUST WATCH: Arkavathy: A Changing Waterscape

TG Halli Reservoir on the Arkavathy River to the west of Bangalore was once the main source of water to Bangalore.... Read More

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