"The term Climate is derived from a Greek term i.e.. klima, meaning inclination is defined as the average climatic conditions of a particular region or area, together with the wind, temperature, and rainfall.
Climate is mostly affected by the changes in the orbit of the earth, plate tectonics, altitude of the location, human activities, terrain, and latitude also by the burning of the fossil fuels, which in turn leads to greenhouse effect.
Bound human activities have additionally been known as important causes of temperature change, and extremely doubtless the major reason for the development of global warming. Scientists actively work to grasp past and future climate by mistreatment observations and theoretical models.
Climate new findings are published in OMICS Group open access journal named as Journal of Geology & Geosciences; the journal publishes recent trends and developments in various disciplines such as climatic change, weather forecasting, remote sensing, GIS, and glaciology, etc.
New findings in climatic events are described in an open access journal to facilitate the exchange of information between researchers around the globe.
It is freely accessible to one and all without any restrictions.
Climate new findings which are published in the journal provides an open source of information to the readers & scholars, which use this widely read articles to keep up with recent research in the field of weather forecasting, GIS etc.."
Last date updated on June, 2014