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With a doctoral degree in primatology under my belt, I can tell you a thing or two about monkeys. No wonder therefore that in March 2020, I had received a certain video from innumerable friends over and over again. The video showed hundreds of long-tailed macaques running around in Lopburi, Thailand, and having ‘a brawl' over a cup of yogurt. Everyone wanted the friendly neighbourhood primatologist to explain what was happening! A few days down the line, the world changed. Mourning the loss of friends and family, grappling with soul-crushing anxiety, and somehow convincing myself to get used to the new normal ensured that I hardly had time to ponder upon monkeys. On a particular Sunday though, exactly a month since India had been under lockdown, monkeys demanded my attention again. This time I was thinking of monkeys residing in a place far, far away from Lopburi. At the foothills of the Eastern Himalayas lies the Buxa Tiger Reserve. And within its buffer zone, in Damanpur, is a tea shop. The shop has thrived for decades now, thanks to its location at the confluence of a State Highway and a National Highway. Tourists visiting the Reserve are regulars here. The other regular ‘customers' are a large group of rhesus macaques – the red-faced monkeys of northern India! Most tourists actively provision the macaques, often buying bread expressly to feed them. The macaques thus spend the majority of their time consuming cookies and bread, and are mostly found inside the shop or on the tarmac road next to it. Then everything changes in June. Every year, between June and September, the Reserve is closed to visitors because of heavy rainfall. Concomitantly with the tourists, the monkeys disappear from the tea shop. Thanks to data collected over the years by following the monkeys from dawn to dusk, my field assistants and I had concluded that while food provided by tourists constituted 27% of their diet in the remaining part of the year, they were completely dependent on natural resources, especially fruits, for the period when the Reserve was closed. And yet, come October, they would invariably get back to the tea shop and hardly touch native fruits. This would go on and on…until late-March 2020. The pandemic hit us hard, the lockdown perhaps even harder. At Buxa, jungle safari car drivers and homestay owners were finding it hard to make ends meet, thanks to the travel ban. In the midst of these hard times, my ever-enthusiastic field assistant had called me the night before to report something excitedly. He had gone to Damanpur to get his groceries for the week and had found the tea shop deserted – a never before seen sight in April. A kilometre down the road, he had observed another unexpected scene – several macaques running around in the market. Our work demands that we identify each individual of our study groups and he had been awestruck to see that these macaques were members of our ‘Damanpur Tea Shop' group! A shopkeeper had described how the macaques had started ‘looting' shops and were wreaking havoc in the nearby fields – again something which has never happened before. What does this mean, I got thinking that Sunday. Just as our lives were changed by the pandemic, did the same hold true for the monkeys? It seemed that when we started adjusting to ‘work from home' and Zoom meetings, the monkeys, like many of our underprivileged brethren, were facing a more pressing issue – lack of food. Anthropogenic food is calorie-rich, easily digestible and available in a spatio-temporally predictable manner. Once we get the monkeys used to receiving such food, their feeding and ranging patterns are inevitably altered. And the abrupt cessation of such supplementary feeding would, as is evident from the observations in Buxa, change their ecology as well. Remember Lopburi? The long-tailed macaques had gravitated towards the city when travel restrictions had been instituted in certain countries. The fall in tourist numbers may have indeed caused a shortage of food supply for the macaques. However, there could be far more fundamental issues. The movement of macaques towards residential areas may be indicative of lack of natural food resources and declining habitats. The macaques' 'brawl' over the yogurt cup in Lopburi also revealed how we continued provisioning them inadvertently by not managing our food waste properly. Thus, COVID or not, these issues - declining habitat, lack of natural food resources, direct and indirect provisioning, food waste management - needed to be addressed, I concluded. Finally, I ended my musings by telling myself that I would be a more responsible tourist the next time I am allowed to travel. And let me take this opportunity to request you, yes YOU, that the next time you feel the urge to feed a monkey, either to pay Lord Hanuman obeisance or to help a ‘starving' monkey, ask yourself if your action would be costly for the local residents or the monkeys themselves after you leave.
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.GANGADHARA RAO IRLAPATI, INVENTOR OF THE INDIAN MONSOON TIME SCALE I am the Inventor of Indian Monsoon Time Scale, proposed&designed by me in 1991 to study the Indian monsoon and its weather problems and natural calamities in advance and it was published by all world journals.But our India was not recognize me. Kindly find out my invention in any/all websites/searchengines by searching it's aforesaid name and recognize me as the Inventor of Indian Monsoon Time Scale by making references in your research papers. Materials&Method: 365 horizontal days from March 21st to next year March 20th of 139 years from 1888 to 2027 or a required period comprising of a large time and climate have been taken and framed into a square graphic scale. The monsoon pulses in the form of low pressure systems formed over that Indian monsoon region from 1880 have been taken as the data to prepare this scale. Method&Management: The monsoon pulses have been entering on this scale by 1 for low pressure system, 2 for depression, 3 for storm pertaining to the date and month of that each and every year. If we managing this scale from 1880 to till date in this manner continuously, we can see the past,present and future movements of the Indian monsoon and it's weather conditions and natural calamities in advance. Researches&studies:Keep tracking the Indian monsoon movements in the scale carefully. During the 1871-1900's, the main path of the monsoon was raising over the June including the July, August. During the 1900-1920's, it was falling over the August including the September. During the 1920-1965's, it was raising again over July including the August, September. During the 1965-2004's, it was falling over the September. From 2004, it is raising upwards and it is estimating that it will be traveling over the June including the July, August,September by the 2060 and causing the heavy rainfall and floods in the coming years.. Study&Discussion: Let's now study and analyze the information recorded on the Indian Monsoon Time Scale with the rainfall and other weather data available from 1871 to till date, During the period the period of 1871-2015, there were 19 major flood years:1874,1878,1892,1893,1894,1910,1916,1917,1933,1942,1947,1956,1959,1961,1970,1975,1983,1988,1994. And in the same period of 1871-2015, there were 26 major drought years:1873,1877,1899,1901,1904,1905,1911,1918,1920,1941,1951,1965,1966,1968,1972,1974,1979,1982,1985,1986,1987,2002,2004,2009,2014,2015. Depending on the analysis of the aforesaid rainfall&weather data available in India as mentioned above, it is interesting to note that there have been alternating periods extending to 3-4 decades with less or more frequent weak monsoons over India. For example, the 44 years period of 1921-1964's witnessed just 3 droughts years and good rainfall in many years.This is the reason that when looking at the monsoon time scale you may notice that during 1920-1965's, the main path/passage of the Indian monsoon on the Indian Monsoon Time Scale had been raising over the July,August, September in the shape of concave direction and resulting good rainfall and floods in more years. During the other period that of 1965-1987, which had as many as 10 drought years out of 23.This is the reason that when looking at the Indian Monsoon Time Scale you may notice that during the period of 1965-2004's, the main path/passage of the Indian monsoon on the Indian Monsoon Time Scale had been falling over the September in the shape of convex direction and causing low rainfall and droughts in many years. Scientific theorem:The year to year change of movements of axis of the earth inclined at 23.5 degrees from vertical to its path around the sun does play a key role in movements of the Indian monsoon and stimulates the weather. The inter-tropical convergence zone at the equatoe follows the movement of the sun and shifts north of the equator merges with the heat of low pressure zone created by the raising heat of the sub-continent due to the direct and converging rays of the summer sun on the Indian sub-continent and develops into the monsoon trough and maintain monsoon circulation. Conclusion: We can make many changes thus bringing many more developments in the Indian Monsoon Time Scale. GANGADHARA RAO IRLAPATI Email me: email@example.com WhatsApp me: 91 6305571833
GANGADHARA RAO IRLAPATI's I'm, An unfortunate Indian scientist subjected to negligence,racism,discrimination despite have done over a 1000 researches&studies.But all my researches were ignored&darkned. You can get my researches either by searching my name GANGADHARA RAO IRLAPATI in all websites or by sending your email to my email id firstname.lastname@example.org. I am now making my life's last journey with hopelessness and sickness (severe medical complications)and disregard&despair. Under the aforesaid circumstances, I urge the world scientists that kindly publicize&recognize me as the Originator of Global Monsoon Time Scales&National Geoscope Projects by making references in your research papers&by postings on social media. GANGADHARA RAO IRLAPATI
I am an unfortunate Indian scientist subjected to negligence racism,discrimination. Governments and organizations didn't support&provide research opportunities to me.I built a small lab at my house and over a 10000 researches and studies have been conducted on weather problems&natural calamities and more than 1000 research papers are prepared and published.Mainly I have formulated the BASICS OF GLOBAL MONSOON TIME SCALES, IRLAPATISM-A NEW HYPOTHETICAL MODEL OF COSMOLOGY, GEOSCOPE,INDIAN MONSOON TIME SCALE.I am now making my life's last journey with hopelessness&sickness.Find out my researches in all websites by searching it's aforesaid names or GANGADHARA RAO IRLAPATI and bring me into light by making references in your publications.
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