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Anubha AgrawalAnubha Aggarwal (India) completed her PhD at TERI School of Advance Studies in glacier science. She is presently working in The Energy and Resources Institute, New Delhi. Before this, she was a DST-SERB National Post-doctoral Fellow. She has also worked at Jawaharlal Nehru University as a researcher.

During a period spent at the Chinese Academy of Meteorological Sciences, Anubha worked on the surface mass balance of glaciers in Antarctica. She has taught at Delhi Technological University and the University of Delhi. Her research is focused on global climate change, combining climate models, field and satellite data sets to study regional climate and mountain glaciers.

Anubha was selected from almost 100 candidates for our Mentoring and Training Program in IPCC Processes for Early Career Mountain Researchers, a joint initiative between the MRI, University of Zurich, Helvetas, and ICIMOD, supported by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation.

Go to project page: Contribution to Sixth Assessment Cycle of Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

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