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The Centre for Global Change (CGC) is Situated at TEC in National Physical Laboratory(NPL), New Delhi. The Data Centre (DC) at the CGC has been entrusted with the task of operating as a Nodal Center for Data/Information dissemination related to Centre's activities.
  
   
SAS-RC - SASCOM

      The South Asia Regional Research Center (SAS-RC) - SASCOM is one of the Regional Network Centers that has been established by START and is located within the premises of the Centre for Global Change Research at National Physical Laboratory (NPL) in New Delhi, India. The Director of the SAS RRC is Dr. A. P. Mitra. The SAS-RRC serves as the coordinating Center for the South Asia Regional Network.
      Aim : To Promote regional cooperation in global change research within the South Asia region & develop coherence and greater efficiency among global, regional and national research agendas. >> Read More.

Indian Space Data


 

Upper/Middle Atmosphere, Ionosphere apart from the information on SROSS, IRI, IMAP activities.. Read More.

Special   Programs


Special Programs such as Megacities, Climate Change,Health, Campaign Mode Observations etc.. >> Read More.

GHG Inventory &  Emission


 

      A number of projects are there in which NPL is playing significant role both directly and indirectly. For Ex. GHG Emission for Rice Eco-system, Uncertainity Reduction in E.F in Livestock, Rice Wheat System & Biomass Burning, GHG & Precursor Emission from Biomass Burning, Monitoring of GHG, Precursor Gases & Aerosols in Ambient Air.. >> Read More.

RWC - India  NPL


 

 

National Physical Laboratory, New Delhi operates Indian RWC as a part of International Space Environment Service chain and is responsible for collection and dissemination of a wide variety of near-real-time and recent data on solar geophysical conditions to various users in India and neighboring countries.   

Indian Ocean Experiment


 

    INDOEX is an international field experiment in the Indian Ocean with participation from France, Germany, India, Netherlands, and the USA. India has been participating in this International experiment since 1996. The formal INDOEX program was carried out in 2 Phases namely, 1) First Field Phase (FFP) in 1998 and 2) Intensive Field Phase (IFP) in 1999.
      The main thrust areas of the Indian component of INDOEX have been Aerosol and Atmospheric Chemistry Studies, Meteorological Aspects and Data Management as well as to estimate Radiative Forcing of Climate due to Aerosols emitted from the Indian Subcontinent... >> Read More.

Global Change Data


 

    A number of projects are there in which NPL is playing significant role both directly and indirectly. For Ex. GHG Emission for Rice Eco-system, Uncertainity Reduction in E.F in Livestock, Rice Wheat System & Biomass Burning, GHG & Precursor Emission from Biomass Burning, Monitoring of GHG, Precursor Gases & Aerosols in Ambient Air.. >> Read More.

 
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