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Dr Indrani Roy

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I am working as a Research Fellow on EPSRC funded ReCoVER Project. I am also involved in a project in UCL (University College London) working on extreme precipitation. My last project ‘SAPRISE’ (South Asian Precipitation: A Seamless Assessment) involved several UK and Indian organisations and aimed at improving overall understanding on monsoon. My areas of research interest are solar variability, QBO (Quasi-Biannual Oscillation), ENSO (El-Niño Southern Oscillation), other major modes of­ climate variability, stratosphere-troposphere coupling, climate change, and monsoon. I am a Fellow of Royal Meteorological Society (FRMetS), Fellow of Royal Astronomical Society (FRAS) and Associate Fellow of Higher Education Academy (HEA). I am a reviewer for journals- Nature Geoscience, Nature Scientific Report, Frontiers, Tellus, Climate Dynamics, Quarterly Journal of The Royal Meteorological Society, Geophysical Research Letters (GRL), Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics, Journal of Geophysical Research (JGR)-Atmosphere, Journal of Geophysical Research-Space Physics, Atmospheric Science Letters, Atmospheric Research and Journal of Climate.

Recent Publications:

[1] Roy, I, 2017, ‘Indian Summer Monsoon and El Niño Southern Oscillation in CMIP5 Models: A few areas of agreement and disagreement’, Atmosphere, 8(8), 154; doi:10.3390/atmos8080154.

[2] Roy, I., Tedeschi, R. G. and Collins, M., 2017, ‘ENSO teleconnections to the Indian summer monsoon in observations and models’ accepted, International Journal of Climatology, 37, 4, 1794- 1813, DOI:10.1002/joc. 4811.

[3] Roy, I, T. Asikainen, V. Maliniemi, K. Mursula, 2016, 'Comparing the influence of sunspot activity, and geomagnetic activity on winter surface climate', Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics; doi:10.1016/j.jastp.2016.04.009

[4] Roy, I., and Tedeschi, R. G., 2016, ‘Influence of ENSO on regional ISM precipitation - local atmospheric Influences or remote influence from Pacific’, Atmosphere, 7, 25; doi:10. 3390/atmos7020025 [Pdf].

[5] Roy, I., and Collins, M., 2015, ‘On identifying the role of Sun and the El Niño Southern Oscillation on Indian Summer Monsoon Rainfall' Atmospheric Science Letters, DOI: 10.1002/asl2.547.[Pdf]

[6] Roy, I., 2014, ‘The role of the sun in atmosphere-ocean coupling’  International Journal of Climatology, doi:10.1002/joc.3713 [Pdf].

[7] Roy, I. and Haigh, J.D., 2012, ‘Solar Cycle Signals in the Pacific and the Issue of Timings, Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 2012, 69, 4, 1446-1451, ISSN:0022-4928. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/JAS-D-11-0277.1. [Pdf]

[8] Roy, I. and Haigh, J.D., 2011, ‘The influence of solar variability and the quasi-biennial oscillation on lower atmospheric temperatures and sea level pressure’, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (ACP), 11, 11679-11687, ISSN:1680-7316. doi: 10.5194/acp-11-11679-2011. Research highlights, Nature Geoscience, (2012), 5, 5 doi:10.1038/ngeo1370.

[9] Roy, I. and Haigh, J.D., 2010, ‘Solar cycle signals in sea level pressure and sea surface temperature’, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (ACP), 10, 6, 3147–3153, ISSN:1680-7316,doi:10.5194/acp-10-3147-2010.

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