* Summer monsoons provide most of water South Asia needs * Trend could be reversed in 20-30 years as India develops By Deborah Zabarenko, Environment Correspondent WASHINGTON, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Summer monsoons that provide up to 80 percent of the water South Asia needs have gotten drier in the past half century, possibly due to aerosol particles spewed by burning fossil fuels, climate scientists said on Thursday. Monsoon rains are driven by looping air circulation patterns over India, and ...
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