Projects

Hydrologic & Carbon services in Western Ghats: response of forests and agro-ecosystems to extreme rainfall

English

Funded through the Changing Water Cycle Programme, this project aimed to examine causes of extreme rainfall events, whether their particular characteristics are fully captured by flood models, whether the effects can be moderated by forests, and the implications for rainfall-driven carbon transport. 

The structure and dynamics of groundwater systems in northwestern India under past, present and future climates

English

Funded through the Changing Water Cycle, this project aimed to understand the geological framework of the aquifer system in northwestern India, the ages of the groundwaters within it, and the ways in which groundwater levels are likely to evolve over the next 50 years

Mitigating climate change impacts on Indian agriculture through improved irrigation water management (MICCI)

English

Funded through the NERC-MoES Changing Water Cycle (CWC) programme, MICCI aimed to further the understanding of impacts & uncertainities of climate change on variabilities in irrigation water and to proffer solutions that are robust and effective for Indian irrigators. 

India UK Water Quality Programme

English

Led by UKRI's NERC and the Engineering & Physcial Science Research Council (EPSRC) and India's Department of Science & Technology (DST), this programme supports research focused on improving water quality by providing a better understanding of the sources and fate of different pollutants and by supporting the development of management strategies and technologies to reduce pollution levels.

CHANSE: Coupled Human And Natural Systems Environment for water management under uncertainty in the Indo-Gangetic Plain

chanselogo
English

A NERC/MoES funded project under the Sustaining Water Resources for Food, Energy & Ecosystem Services (SWR) Programme which aimed to improve mapping and quantification of dominant interactions and feedbacks between human activities and the hydro-meteorological system of the Indo-Gangetic Plain (IGP). 

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Projects