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Biography

Name: Dr. Basanta Kumar Samala

Title: Computational Scientist

Affiliation: ICHEC, National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland

Email: Basanta.samal@ichec.ie

Research fields:

Agricultural climatology

Air quality, atmosphere & health

Applied meteorology

Atmospheric and oceanic physics

Atmospheric chemistry

Atmospheric environment

Climate change and broadcast meteorology

Climate dynamics and variability

Clouds and precipitation physics

Dynamics of atmospheres and ocean

Hydrology, oceans and atmosphere

Marine meteorology and meteorology-associated geophysics

Meteorological, climatological and atmospheric environmental issues

Remote sensing

Satellite meteorology and synoptic meteorology

Theoretical and applied climatology

Tropical meteorology

Weather systems, numerical weather prediction

Qualifications:

2011 Ph.D., Pune University, India, Atmospheric Sciences

1997 M.Sc., Berhampur University, India, Oceanography

1994 B.Sc., Berhampur University, India, Chemistry

Publications:

1. A Thomas, B. K. Samala, A. Kaginalkar (2014) Simulation of North Indian Ocean tropical cyclones using RAMS numerical weather prediction model, accepted in Tropical cyclone research and review. Volume 3, (1):44-52.

2. Krishnan, R., K. V. Ramesh, B. K. Samala, G Meyers, J. M. Slingo, and M. J. Fennessy (2006), Indian Ocean-monsoon coupled interactions and impending monsoon droughts, Geophys. Res. Lett., 33, L08711, doi:10.1029/2006GL025811.

3. Rao. R. R., M. S. Girish Kumar, M. Ravichandran, B. K. Samala, and Nandakumar Sreedevi, (2006) Observed mini-cold pool off the southern tip of India and its intrusion into the south central Bay of Bengal during summer monsoon season, Geophys. Res. Lett., 33, L06607, doi:10.1029/2005GL025382.

4. Rao. R. R., M. S. Girish Kumar, M. Ravichandran, B. K. Samala and G. Anitha (2006) Observed intraseasonal variability of mini-cold pool off the southern tip of India and its intrusion into the south central Bay of Bengal during summer monsoon season, Geophys. Res. Lett. 33, L15606, doi:10.1029/2006GL026086.

5. B. K. Samala, C. Nagaraju, S. Banerjee, A. Kaginalkar, and M. Dalvi (2013): Study of the Indian summer monsoon using WRF-ROMS regional coupled model simulations, Atmospheric Science Letters, 14: 20-27.

6. B. K. Samala, R. Krishnan, M. roxy (2012) Assessment of one month forecasts of weak Indian monsoons based on the NCEP Climate Forecast System (CFS), Meteorological Applications, 19: 189–199.

7. B. K. Samala and R. Krishnan (2008) Cloud radiative impacts on the tropical Indian Ocean associated with the evolution of “monsoon-breaks”, International Journal of Climatology, 28:2, 205-217.

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Last Updated: 2020/08/06

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