SUBHADIP SARKAR
SUBHADIP SARKAR
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ATMOSPHERIC WATER VAPOR MEASUREMENTS AND CLIMATE CHANGE

I am working on the broader aspects of atmospheric water vapor measurements and its effect on climate change. As far as now we are working on the trends over indian region for precipitable water vapor in the tropospheric water vapor level and trying to figure out its effect on climate change over the whole indian region and also over its several regions.

We will also give our focus onto figuring out a solid understanding of the mechanism by which precipitable water vapor and its changes over time influences atmospheric processes. Then we will try to figure out about the precise knowledge of its concentration in the stratospheric region and also about the understanding of mechanisms by which it influences atmospheric processes. We will also try to figure out the solid reason behind the stratospheric water vapor change which is assumed to be caused by climate feedback or some internal variability and also see the long term trends of it.

Overall our point of purpose will be developing a solid understanding of the mechanism by which water vapor influences other atmospheric phenomena, look over long term trends which are somehow till now less available and through which develop a picture of the factors controlling the water vapor and vice versa.

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This will help to develop a certain level of understanding about the mechanism by which water vapor influences some atmospheric processes and also about some factors which controls the
water vapor amount in atmosphere. The long term trends over time of precipitable water vapor will help us to have depth of knowledge about those region’s particular climate change patterns and also its effects on socio-cultural processes.

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