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I would like to receive dataset for Air quality index of the major cities of india from 2001 to 2018
Meteorological data given relate to district-wise average annual and monthly rainfall in Haryana.
Dear Madam, Greetings from Kirloskar I am looking for the year wise data on solar led based lanterns and Home lighting system which are installed by MNRE . Can you pl furnish that to us with regards Dr Devendra Goyal Vice President Kirloskar Integrated Technologies Ltd
I am searching for data on air pollution - preferably monthly (or at least annual) - at the city level (or district level), and by State in India for the period from 1987-2001. The data would cover SO2, NO2, RSPM, SPM, and if available O3, CO and NH3.
State wise monthly mean Temperature 50 years State wise Forest cover data 50 years
Monthly rate of deforestation in India and that land occupied by real estates - State wise
forest and coast line for AP
This is a OGC compliant Web Map Service (WMS) created by Survey of India from Open Series Map (OSM) Data on 1:50,000 scale and Panchromatic imagery of Bhuvan for Andhra pradesh . These rich data sets can be integrated with any other OGC compliant Web Services to make it more meaningful and solve real life problems. The whole OSM map data is organised in 8 themes which can be made on /off with the tools provided in layer menu. The transparency of the Bhuvan Imagery can be changed by the user as per the requirement using the tool available under layer menu of the India geo-portal.
Air quality with respect to Ammonia in air quality stations under National Air Quality Monitoring Programme (NAMP) has been furnished in the data. It contains a detailed summary of Ammonia levels in the country. The air quality of different cities/towns has been compared with the respective National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS). The air quality has been categorized into four broad categories based on an Exceedance Factor (the ratio of annual mean concentration of a pollutant with that of a respective standard). The four categories are low, moderate, high and critical levels.


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