Based on the recommendations of the HPC, it was decided that agencies like Geological Survey of India (GSI), Atomic Mineral Division of DAE, ONGC, Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology, Central Ground Water Board, National Geophysical research Institute, NHPC, Coal India (CMPDI), Universities etc engaged or dealing with Geoscience aspect in the country should jointly endeavour for a better-integrated and holistic approach and to identify critical areas in field of geoscience in short, medium and long term periods and develop strategies to enable the challenge to be addressed.
What does WIHG stand for?
WIHG stands for Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology (India)
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Azmi of the Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology in Dehra Dun, India, has found shelly fossils of animals in limestone above the sandstone containing the worm impressions.
So, naturally the liquids like waters in glacial lakes will burst out," Sushil Kumar, a geophysicist with the Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology in India, said.