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Climate change will have its impact on NE

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, March 23 � Changes in weather due to climate change will have its impact on the NE region. This was observed by Deputy Director General, Meteorology (DDGM) of the Regional Meteorological Centre (RMC) H Pathak here today. He was addressing a World Meteorology Organisation (WMO) Day observation at the RMC today.

According to a press release, Pathak delivered two lectures on the occasion � on nurturing nature for our future and meteorological services for NE region and ongoing prospect for weather and climate system and laid stress on formulating plans to prevent occurrence of flood, flash flood and landslides, etc., in the NE region by the States concerned.

He also called for steps to chalk out action plans for water resources management, including irrigation for agricultural activities, hydroelectric power generation, etc., for the region�s States.

The early rainfall warning system (ERWS) can be developed for flood/flashflood management and sustainable hydroelectric power generation in the catchments, he said. Further, he said, the NEC can also play the role of a nodal platform for weather climate research activities in the NE region.

The RMC observed the WMO Day today with an interactive programme on this year�s theme� �Climate for you� and an exhibition.

The exhibition was organized on the topics of weather observation, weather analysis, meteorological telecommunication, polar orbiting satellite receiving system, digital weather prediction system, digital current weather system for aviation, etc, said the press release.

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Climate change will have its impact on NE

GUWAHATI, March 23 � Changes in weather due to climate change will have its impact on the NE region. This was observed by Deputy Director General, Meteorology (DDGM) of the Regional Meteorological Centre (RMC) H Pathak here today. He was addressing a World Meteorology Organisation (WMO) Day observation at the RMC today.

According to a press release, Pathak delivered two lectures on the occasion � on nurturing nature for our future and meteorological services for NE region and ongoing prospect for weather and climate system and laid stress on formulating plans to prevent occurrence of flood, flash flood and landslides, etc., in the NE region by the States concerned.

He also called for steps to chalk out action plans for water resources management, including irrigation for agricultural activities, hydroelectric power generation, etc., for the region�s States.

The early rainfall warning system (ERWS) can be developed for flood/flashflood management and sustainable hydroelectric power generation in the catchments, he said. Further, he said, the NEC can also play the role of a nodal platform for weather climate research activities in the NE region.

The RMC observed the WMO Day today with an interactive programme on this year�s theme� �Climate for you� and an exhibition.

The exhibition was organized on the topics of weather observation, weather analysis, meteorological telecommunication, polar orbiting satellite receiving system, digital weather prediction system, digital current weather system for aviation, etc, said the press release.

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— Dalai Lama(THIS IS STATIC)