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Long-term Temperature Trends at Four Largest Cities of India during the Twentieth Century

@inproceedings{Dhorde2009LongtermTT,
  title={Long-term Temperature Trends at Four Largest Cities of India during the Twentieth Century},
  author={A. G. Dhorde},
  year={2009}
}
Investigations have been carried out by climatologists to find a possible link of climate change with anthropogenic activities by studying trends in different climatic parameters, particularly surface air temperature of densely populated cities. The present research aimed at quantifying the change in surface air temperature at India's four most populated cities - Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai. The cities taken up for study have experienced rapid urbanization in the recent past. Therefore… Expand
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