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\nthe water activity decreased significantly at 0.05 level. The results also show that an increase in
\nthe inlet drying temperature results in a lower vitamin C content. The changes in water activity
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\nare exemplified. The relationship of the offshore bathymetry, coastal type, topography, configuration and landuse
\nwith the runup and tide gauge data were combined to explain the cause of different degree of the damage.
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\non Indian monsoon is still an open question. In this work, an attempt has been made to address
\nthis question with the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) Community Climate
\nModel (CCM3.6). The T42 version of CCM3 with a horizontal resolution of 2.8°x2.8° is used for
\nthis study. The influence of deforestation is modeled by the changes in the surface parameters
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\nModel (CCM3) which includes LSM as a coupled model is integrated for five years, for the control
\nrun. Further the impact of deforestation have been studied for three different scenarios. The
\nmodel is integrated for five years with forest cover replaced by grassland in three different classes,
\nviz. 100%, 50%, 25%. The model simulations (for JJA period), for 100% deforestation, are showing
\nthat there will be change in spatial distribution of rainrate in India i.e over Northern part of India,
\nrainrate is expected to decrease upto 2mm/day whereas over Southern part of India, including
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\nnotions of a backward people, were left out of the curriculum. It
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\nResearch (ICPR) sponsored the first seminar devoted entirely to the
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\nseminars devoted to various aspects of Indian psychology in all cor-
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