Lucrezia Terzi, an eminent analyst at the Belgian Nuclear Research Center (SCKCEN) who has come forward with another method for predicting the monsoon.
It was first presented by her at a science and innovation meeting held in Vienna by the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO).
The new technique gauges the amount Beryllium-7 (an isotope of the component Beryllium )which is available noticeable all around.
The Beryllium-7 is picked in light of the fact that it is made distinctly in the stratosphere when infinite beams hit and break the cores of nitrogen and oxygen.
Because of the sun warming the seas contrastingly at various scopes, and the movement of the earth, water-bearing air goes here and there in round styles, which is the essential reason for the monsoon.
At the point when wind currents down from the stratosphere (as much as 33,000 feet from the world's surface), it carries with it some Be-7.
That makes the solid association between the measure of Be-7 and the expected arrival of the monsoons.