References of the impact of climate change on river deltas and other coastal areas

A short compilation of articles and reports on the impact of climate change on river deltas and other coastal areas

Mumbai Marooned: An Enquiry into Mumbai Floods 2005 - Final Report ,
By Conservation Action Trust - Click here


Read more on various meteorological events in India and the loss caused by each of it.

Read more - Akhilesh Gupta (National Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasting Noida, India.

Orissa Super-Cyclone 1999 - Improving the information flow during disasters
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Orissa Super Cyclone, 1999: A Case of Inadequate Warning - by Biswanath Dash
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Mahanadi river delta, east coast of india: An overview on evolution and dynamic processes
by Manmohan Mohanti, Dept. of Geology,
Utkal University, Bhubaneswar and Manas Ranjan Swain, Dept. of Geology,
Nimapara College, Dist : Puri, Orissa, India.

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Climate change 2007: Working Group II contribution to the Fourth Assessment
By Martin Parry,Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Working Group II., Osvaldo Canziani, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

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Living on the edge: Indians watch their islands wash away
by: Somini Sengupta
Published: April 10, 2007 – International Herald Tribune Asia Pacific.
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How climate change hits India's poor
By Roger Harrabin
BC environment analyst, Sundarbans 1 Feb 2007.
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Rising sea levels engulfing Indian World Heritage islands
by Sailendra Sil
Kolkata (AFP) Dec 21, 2006
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Archived weather news at posted by Michael Page on 15 June 2007
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IPCC: "Too late" to avoid dangerous change - say scientists
The Independent (U.K.),Sept. 19, 2007.
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Climate Change in the Asia/Pacific Region:
Drs Benjamin Preston, Ramasamy Suppiah, Ian Macadam and Janice Bathols
A consultancy report prepared for the Climate Change and Development
Roundtable. CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research. 93pp.
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Ecowatch: Stranded in the Sunderbans.The Hindu, Feb 24,2008
Sunderbans:Wikepedia entry Click here


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