By Sunderarajan Padmanabhan

  • In a finding that could help better understand the future global climate scenario, scientists have found evidence that waters from the Persian Gulf as well as the Red Sea make its way into the Bay of Bengal. While the evidence of the presence of the Persian Gulf water was found at a depth range...
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Study finds evidence of waters from the Persian Gulf and the Red Sea in the Bay of Bengal which indicates climate change.

In a finding that could help better understand the future global climate scenario, scientists have found evidence that waters from the Persian Gulf as well as the Red Sea make its way into the Bay of Bengal. While the evidence of the presence of the Persian Gulf water was found at a depth range of 200 to 400 metres in the Bay, the Red Sea water was found at depths between 500 and 1000 metres. 

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