Raktima Dey

PhD Student

RSES

ANU

Email: raktima.dey@anu.edu.au
Supervisors: Dr Sophie Lewis, Dr Netilie Abrams

Thesis Title

Variability of extreme rainfall events over last 100 years: Role of anthropogenic forcings and underlying mechanism.

Biography

Raktima is doing her PhD at Fenner School of environment and society, ANU. Her study focuses on Variability of extreme rainfall events over last 100 years: Role of anthropogenic forcing and underlying mechanism. She completed her master’s degree in Atmosphere and Ocean Sciences from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bhubaneswar in May, 2016. She identified the anomalous features of two contrasting Indian summer monsoon years and the mechanism using high resolution data sets. She graduated from Kalyani University in 2014 with a B.Sc. Honours in Mathematics.

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