New Weather Station Monitors Climate in India’s Western Ghats Mountains
New Weather Station Monitors Climate in India’s Western Ghats Mountains
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New Weather Station Monitors Climate in India’s Western Ghats Mountains

The new weather station, which started functioning in July, is located at the M. E. Society’s Arts and Science College at Sirsi, in the Western Ghats mountain range, near Earthwatch’s Regional Climate Center.

Students from the college’s Department of Geography will monitor and record weather parameters, using equipment provided at the weather monitoring station. This includes thermometers for recording maximum and minimum temperatures, dry and wet bulb thermometers for recording the relative humidity of the air, a rain gauge for measuring rainfall, and an evaporimeter for measuring daily evaporation.

The station was formally handed over to the principal of the college at a ceremony attended by students, members of staff from the Indian Institute of Science, and members of the college committee.

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