University of Aberdeen
Current Position Lecturer
Telephone +44(0)1224274319
Departments School of Geosciences
Quadrat Core Themes Earth Systems
Methods I Use Modelling



Academic profile:

Key Research Interests

  • Spatiotemporal variation of land surface temperature in comparison to air temperature
  • Frequency and intensity of extreme weather events
  • In-situ and remotely sensed monitoring of snow, glaciers and permafrost
  • Glacio-hydrological processes
  • Development and application of glacio-hydrological and geospatial models

Recent Key Papers

  • Shekhar, M., Singh, M., Singh, S., Bhardwaj, A., Dhyani, R., Ranhotra, P.S., Sam, L. and Bhattacharyya, A., (2022) Rising winter temperatures might augment increasing wheat yield in Gangetic Plains. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, doi: 10.1007/s00704-022-04246-7
  • Khan, M. A. R., Singh, S., Pandey, P., Bhardwaj, A., Ali, S. N., Chaturvedi, V., & Ray, P. K. C. (2021). Modelling permafrost distribution in Western Himalaya using remote sensing and field observations. Remote Sensing, doi: 10.3390/rs13214403
  • Singh S., Bhardwaj A., Singh A., Sam L., Shekhar M., Martín-Torres F. J., María-Paz Z., (2019) Quantifying the Congruence between Air and Land Surface Temperatures for Various Climatic and Elevation Zones of Western Himalaya. Remote Sensing, doi: 10.3390/rs11242889

Summary Title of Current Studentships

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