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Rapid warming of Indian Ocean due to global warming could affect India's economy: Scientists

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Warming of the Indian Ocean at a fast pace owing to climate change poses a threat to the multi-million dollar blue economy of India, scientists said here Thursday.

Climate change is affecting fisheries through change in stock productivity and its distribution, they said during the opening session of a 'Winter School on Climate...
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