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Environmental Monitoring Station Project | 18-21 February
Carter Road Promenade, Mumbai - 4-9pm
 
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News Release - Climate
Department of Environment launches new Environmental Monitoring Station Project (EMSP)

Release Date: 15/02/2016
Contact Information: Department of Environment, (30)111-21216

Mumbai - The Department of Environment (DoE) are pleased to launch the first in a new initiative of environmental monitoring stations globally. These stations will allow users to monitor the effects of their interactions within the system of the global climate. 

The inaugural EMSP location will be Mumbai, India. The station will be opened on 18th February 2016 at Carter Road promenade - Bandra.

At our newly built Mumbai Snow Monitoring Station 001 (MSMS_001), Mumbaikars will be able to track how human actions affect snowfall in Mumbai.  MSMS_001 will continuously measure snow levels based on daily input and relay the data online to DoE resources. The information collected will be an essential addition to the DoE's central climate data repository and will be freely available in real time on-site via doemonitoring.com, in accordance with the DoE Directive D0571 (Data and Openness, 2015). 

18th - 21st February, 4-9pm: See the monitoring station and evaluate your impact on climate change patterns in the city at the site of MSMS_001, opposite the clock tower, Carter Road Promenade, Bandra, Mumbai. 

Further EMSP initiative details will follow.

Live feed from Mumbai Snow Monitoring Station 001 MSMS_001 (active from 18.02.16)

For more information on DoE initiatives visit doemonitoring.com

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