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Leading scientist at the Indo-EU joint workshop have proposed that more advanced research should be conducted into various issues related to marine ecology and should include several research institutions relating to the area of study.
The Indo-EU joint workshop on 'Marine Ecosystem and Climate in India' concluded on Friday. The scientists said that research should be conducted on Indian Ocean warming and Its Impact on Monsoon; Understanding of Regional Sea-level Variations; Coastal Zone Management; and Influence of Monsoon and Climate on the Biology of the Indian Ocean.
They also recommended that training sessions and exchange programmes should be conducted in order to advance expertise in remote sensing, ocean modelling and taxonomy. It also suggested that a database of the Indigenous Traditional Knowledge (ITK) of the local fishers should be created and maintained.
They also said that research initiatives should be extended to more areas under the Indo-EU MARICLIM project.INDO-MARECLIM project coordinator Prof N R Menon suggested that projects and research undertakings that are conducted by various agencies, including the KUFOS and the NERCI will be digitised and published for the general public.
The Indo-EU MARICLIM project had conducted the two days workshop that concluded on Friday.