Boundary currents are essential for maintaining the balance of heat and salt over a domain and for the transport of nutrients, which is needed for the marine organisms to thrive. I use HF Radar current, Drifter, Satellite Altimetry derived (Geostrophic current) SSHA, SST, SSS to study boundary current along the western Bay of Bengal. Currently I am working as a Junior Research Fellow at IIT Delhi, I am working on numerical simulation of submesoscale processes driven by river plumes in the Bay of Bengal for which I use ROMS (Regional Ocean Modeling System). In this project I am interested in findingout the mechanism by which submesoscale eddies forms due to river plumes.

I completed my Masters from School of Earth, Ocean and Climate Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology Bhubaneswar.

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