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Building joint India-UK capacity, capability, research and innovation in the environment
A (NERC-funded) project undertaken in collaboration with the UK Centre for Ecology and Hydrology to scope approaches to improve water-related science in India with a focus on environmental flows. The project included the development of a distributed hydrological model of the Narmada River Basin capable of providing river flow projections under a range of future scenarios. Model results were compared to those produced from the GWAVA large-scale gridded hydrological model developed in collaboration with the National Institute of Hydrology, Roorkee, (India). The focus of model development was the provision of data suitable for application to environmental flow assessment methodologies (undertaken in the subsequent follow-on NERC funded project). In addition, the project undertook a pilot baseline assessment of microbial communities in water and soils along major Indian rivers using metagenomic Next Generation sequencing.
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2 External Collaborators
  • Prof Mike Acreman
    Centre for Ecology and Evolution - United Kingdom
  • Prof Sharad Jain
    National Institute of Hydrology - India
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