THE HINDU Editorial with Vocabulary : Clouds of prosperity

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THE HINDU Editorial with Vocabulary

IMD forecast: Clouds of prosperity

The ‘normal’ monsoon forecast of the India Meteorological Department brings the promise of a year of growth and good health for India’s economy and ecology. If correct, India will have a second consecutive year of normal rainfall, after two years of drought. The prospect that 2017 will be a good year boosts the prospects of enhanced agricultural output, healthy reservoir levels, more hydropower and reduced conflicts over water. It will also test the efficacy of the expensive water management initiatives launched during 2014 and 2015 by the Centre and the State governments to harness rainfall and build resilience for future drought cycles. As the IMD’s experience shows, forecasting the all-India summer monsoon rainfall is fraught with uncertainties and has often gone off the mark. The dynamic model that it is using this year to make a forecast that includes an assessment of two phenomena — a possible late onset El Niño in the Pacific Ocean and variations in sea surface temperatures that create the Indian Ocean Dipole — will be keenly watched. Given that El Niño is expected only in the later part of the year when the monsoon is in its final stages, the expectation of normal rainfall is reasonable. A confirmation could come in June.

When more than half the population is sustained by agricultural livelihoods, highly efficient water utilisation holds the key to higher farm productivity. In fact, preparing for drought remains a top priority today, in spite of a big increase in outlays for irrigation made over successive five-year plans. Data on five decades of grain output from 1951 show that the negative impact of drought on productivity is disproportionately higher than the positive effects of a normal or surplus monsoon. This underscores the need to help farmers with small holdings to look ahead. As agriculture scientist M.S. Swaminathan pointed out during the drought a couple of years ago, the focus have to be on plant protection, water harvesting and access to post-harvest technologies. The NITI Aayog has also been calling for ways to cut water use, since India uses two to three times more water per tonne of grain produced compared to, for example, China, Brazil and the U.S. The way forward is to create ponds, provide solar power for more farms, mechanise operations and expand drip irrigation coverage. Aiding small farmers with the tools and providing them formal financing can relieve their cyclical distress. The area under drip irrigation, estimated to be less than 10% of net area sown, can then be expanded. A normal monsoon will also relieve water stress in the cities if they prepare catchments and reservoirs to make the most of the season and incentivise residents to install scientific rainwater harvesting systems.

Magical Vocabulary from The Hindu Editorial

  1. Enhanced (verb) बढ़ायाintensify, increase, or further improve the quality, value, or extent of.

           Synonyms: increase, add to, intensify, heighten, magnify, amplify, inflate.

             Example: The presence of this extra quality will enhance your mark.

  1. Conflicts (noun) टकरावa serious disagreement or argument, typically a protracted one.

          Synonyms: dispute, quarrel, squabble, disagreement, dissension, clash, discord.

             Example: parents’ and children’s interests sometimes conflict.

  1. Reservoir (noun) जलाशयa large natural or artificial lake used as a source of water supply.
  2. Harness (verb) नियंत्रित करनाcontrol and make use of (natural resources), especially to produce energy.

          Synonyms: control, exploit, utilize, use, employ, make use of, put to use, channel

             Example: He will have made a machine that can harness the energy of the ocean’s tides.

  1. Resilience (noun) लचीलाताthe ability of a substance or object to spring back into shape; elasticity.

             Example: New York has risen from the ashes with admirable resilience .

  1. Sustained (adjective) निरंतरcontinuing for an extended period or without interruption.

          Synonyms: continuous , Maintain

             Example: Community opposition was vigorous, and sustained .

  1. Catchments (noun) जलग्रह / गोदामthe action of collecting water, especially the collection of rainfall over a natural drainage area.

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