Closing the Himalayan Water Cycle
To elucidate and quantify the timing and magnitude of poorly understood components of the Himalayan water cycle: precipitation, glacier dynamics and snow processes
Glacio-hydrology of the Bhagirathi Basin
Modelling streamflow and investigating the glacio-hydrological components of in the Bhagirathi sub-basin.
High mountain mass movements
Understanding the impact of changing cryosphere on debris flows and mass movements in high mountain environments
Study westerly-monsoon interaction in Pan-Third Pole region and its implications for the environment
Science to support the SDGs and sustainable water management in the transboundary Indus river basin.
Climbing the Asian Water Tower
Identify and quantify regional differences in greater Himalayan glacio-hydrology and to elucidate climate change induced alterations in water availability and the occurrence of extreme precipitation events.
High caliber research and pilot activities, capacity building and policy engagement on climate resilience and adaptation in the mountains and flood plains of the Indus, Ganges, and Brahmaputra river basins.
Learn more about the dynamics of debris-covered glaciers and their surface features by using unmanned aerial vehicles for high-resolution multitemporal monitoring