, Mumbai campus
B.Tech. (University of Agriculture and Technology, Pantnagar), M.Tech. (Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi)
Kamal Kumar Murari researches and teaches on subjects related to climate, water and agriculture, with a focus on impact assessment of sectoral issues in relation to climate variability and climate change. Prior to TISS, Kamal has worked with Center for International Projects Trust (Columbia Water Center, Delhi) and The Energy and Resources Institute, Delhi.
Murari K K, Daly E and Ghosh S (2012), “Change in intensity-duration relationship of extreme temperature episodes in transient climate over India”, Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS) and American Geophysical Union (AGU) joint assembly, Singapore.
Jayaraman T and Murari K K (2014), “Smallholder agriculture in India and adaptation to current and future climate variability and climate change”, American Geophysical Union (AGU) fall meeting, 15-19 Dec 2014, San Francisco (USA).
Murari K K, Mahato S, Jayaraman T (2014), “Empirical evidence of direct impact of extreme temperatures on wheat yield in major wheat growing region of India.”, American Geophysical Union (AGU) fall meeting, 15-19 Dec 2014, San Francisco (USA).
Murari KK (2016) "Impact of current climate variability and climate change on Indian agriculture and lessons for rural adaptation", Round Table Discussion on Climate Change by Alliance Française de Bombay, the Science & Technology Service of the French Embassy in India.
Community Resource Management Plan for the Scheduled Tribes and Other Traditional Forest Dwellers in Gondia District of Maharashtra (completed)
The Environmental Impact of Chemical Fertilizer Use in Indian Agriculture: A Study Based on Field-Level Data (ongoing)
Climate Change and Agricultural Yields in Karnataka (ongoing)
1. Introduction to Climate Science
2. Water and sustainability development
3. Introduction to Geographical Information System
4. Extreme events and disasters (shared course)
5. Climate change modeling
6. Macro data analysis (shared course)
7. Scientific aspects of water (shared course)
Room No. 106,
Academic block 2,
Tata Institute of Social Science.
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