Need of paleoclimatic reconstructions to understand natural and anthropogenic climatic hazards
To formulate the future plans for guarding against the furies of the nature, either due to natural or anthropogenic climatic disasters, understanding of paleoclimatic fluctuations, particularly of the Holocene is of immense use. In recent years, we are studying marine sediments to generate high resolution proxy climatic records and objectively contributed in the field of paleosealevels, paleomonsoons, paleostorms / tsunamis and paleofisheries. Results of these studies and their applications in understanding of natural/anthropogenic changes are briefly discussed in this presentation.
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