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New study links CO2 increase to rainfall changes, impacts on biodiversity hotspots

A new study has revealed that rising greenhouse gas levels could significantly alter rainfall patterns in equatorial regions, potentially transforming India's biodiversity hotspots. The research, conducted by scientists from the Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeosciences (BSIP), suggests that evergreen forests in the Western Ghats, northeast India, and the Andaman Islands may be replaced by deciduous forests due to these climate shifts. The study, published in Geoscience Frontiers, examined foss...

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