Aditi Modi

Aditi Modi
Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology | IITM · Centre for Climate Change Research

Bachelor of Technology
Ocean biophysical Interactions, ocean biogeochemistry, earth system modeling

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Introduction
Ocean biogeochemistry, biophysical interactions in tropical oceans, Earth System Modeling
Education
July 2018 - August 2023
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Field of study
  • Interdisciplinary Program in Climate Studies

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Publications (8)
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Long-term multi-decadal scale variability of South Asian Summer Monsoon (SASM) is known to be associated with the Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation (AMO) with positive phase associated with above-normal rainfall and vice-versa over SASM region. Analysis of the 120-year historical record suggests that the relationship between the AMO and the SASM ha...
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The Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) is recognised as an important driver of interannual climate variability over different regions of the globe, including the regional monsoon systems. In particular, positive (negative) phases of IOD tend to be associated with above-normal (below-normal) monsoon rainfall over the Indian subcontinent. Realistic simulation...
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Continuous remote-sensed daily fields of ocean color now span over two decades; however, it still remains a challenge to examine the ocean ecosystem processes, e.g., phenology, at temporal frequencies of less than a month. This is due to the presence of significantly large gaps in satellite data caused by clouds, sun-glint, and hardware failure; th...
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Continuous remote-sensed daily fields of ocean color now span over two decades; however, it still remains a challenge to examine the ocean ecosystem processes, e.g., phenology, at temporal frequencies of less than a month. This is due to the presence of significantly large gaps in satellite data caused by clouds, sun-glint, and hardware failure; th...
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Earth System Models (ESM) are important tools that allow us to understand and quantify the physical, chemical & biological mechanisms governing the rates of change of elements of the Earth System, comprising of the atmosphere, ocean, land, cryosphere and biosphere (terrestrial and marine) and related components. ESMs are essentially coupled numeric...
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Sea surface temperature (SST) and upper ocean heat content (OHC, upper 700 m) in the tropical Indian Ocean underwent rapid warming during 1950–2015, with the SSTs showing an average warming of about 1 °C. The SST and OHC trends are very likely to continue in the future, under different emission scenarios. Climate models project a rise in tropical I...
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Among the tropical oceans, the western Indian Ocean hosts one of the largest concentrations of marine phytoplankton blooms in summer. Interestingly, this is also the region with the largest warming trend in sea surface temperatures in the tropics during the past century—though the contribution of such a large warming to productivity changes have re...

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