Mumbai : Deccan Express – NASA | Due to the constant change in the weather, the world is moving towards destruction. A similar report of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has made a big claim about India. According to NASA, after about 80 years i.e. by the year 2100, about 12 cities of India including Mumbai, Bangalore, Visakhapatnam, Chennai will be submerged in 2.7 feet of water due to rising sea level and water will be visible all around.
As communities across the world prepare for the impacts of sea level rise, a new visualization tool provided by @NASAClimate & @IPCC_CH gives users the ability to see what sea levels will look like anywhere for decades to come. Discover more: https://t.co/VAST2xSOyE pic.twitter.com/nePqLntrqv
— NASA (@NASA) August 9, 2021
The IPCC reports the state of the environment around the world every 5 to 7 years. The report of this time is very frightening about India. NASA, an organization related to space research, has evaluated the IPCC report. Research has shown that 12 cities in India will be submerged by rising water levels by the end of this century. Earlier such a change used to happen in 100 years. But, after 2050, such changes will come in 6 to 9 years.
The water level will rise up to 1.90 feet along the Mumbai coast, the water level will rise by 1.87 feet in Kandla.
The water level will rise by 1.96 feet in Okha, 2.70 feet in Bhavnagar, 2.06 feet in Mormugao, 1.87 feet in Mangalore.
The water level will rise by 2.32 feet in Cochin, 1.93 feet in Paradip.
At the same time, the water level will rise by 0.49 feet in Khidirpur and 1.77 feet in Visakhapatnam.
Similarly, the water level in Chennai will rise by 1.87 feet and in Tuticorin by 1.9 feet.
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