AKHILA R S
AKHILA R S
akhilarajeev08 .@.gmail.com
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Tropical cyclone and climate Change.

Tropical cyclones are one of the most devastating storms. Though it is
disastrous, it also has some positive effects such as bringing rainfall, decreasing
pollutants etc. Our North Indian Ocean which has Bay of Bengal and Arabian
Sea is home to tropical cyclones and also it is warmest of all oceans. In the
context of climate of climate change, it is important to consider the impact of
tropical cyclones on it. In the recent years, there is an increase in the number of
tropical cyclones and 2019 being an anomalous year as far 2019 is concerned.
Therefore, the effects of tropical cyclones on climate change has to be
understood.

Objectives

The impact of climate change on tropical cyclones in the NIO

The impact of tropical cyclones on upper ocean dynamics: Cold wakes

The impact of tropical cyclones on precipitation, particulates and trace gas
distribution

Importance

Tropical cyclones are increasing and has major adverse effects on the society and
therefore the work is significant with respect to changing environment.

PUBLICATIONS

Rahul, R., Kuttippurath, J., Chakraborty, A., Akhila, R.S : The inverse influence of MJO on the cyclogenesis in the north Indian Ocean, Atmospheric Research (Impact Factor 5.35), doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.atmosres.2021.105880 ,2021

CONFERENCES

CONFERENCE PAPERS

Akhila.R.S, Kuttippurath, J and Chakraborty,A.: Influence of climate modes on tropical cyclone activity in North Indian Ocean. International Symposium on Tropical Meteorology, “Changing Climate: Consequences and Challenges (INTROMET-C4)”, November 23–26, 2021.

Akhila, R.S and Kuttippurath, J.: Upper Ocean response to Tropical Cyclones in the Arabian Sea, Indian Ocean Processes and Resources -A key to Blue
Economy, (OSICON) December 12-14, 2019.

Akhila, R.S and Kuttippurath, J.: On the Genesis and Simultaneous Occurrences
of the Super Cyclone Kyarr and Extremely Severe Cyclone Maha in the Arabian
Sea in October 2019, International Conference on Frontiers in Marine Science
Challenges and Prospects (MARICON), December 16-20, 2019.

Akhila, R.S, Sunanda, N., A. Chakraborty., and J. Kuttippurath: Cooling of Bay of
Bengal surface temperature during the passage of the cyclones Aila, Bijli and
Ward, International conference on SONAR Systems and Sensors, ICONS 2018,
22–24 February 2018.

Sunanda, N., Akhila, R.S, A. Chakraborty and J. Kuttippurath: The Chl-a bloom
in Bay of Bengal during the cyclones Fanoos, Nisha and Nilam, International
conference on SONAR Systems and Sensors, ICONS 2018, 22–24 February
2018.