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Tarun Verma
Tarun Verma
Phone:
(979) 845-6245
Email:
tarunvee@tamu.edu
Office:
Eller O&M 1012F
Address:

1204 Eller O&M Building

3150 TAMU

College Station, TX 77843


Degrees:

M.Tech., Climate Science

Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bengaluru, INDIA

Awards:
  1. Graduate Aptitude Test for Engineering (GATE) scholarship (Ministry of Human Resource and Development, India)
  2. Junior Research Fellowship (JRF)
 (Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, India)
Courses:

ATMO 202

ATMO 321


Tarun Verma

Graduate Student

Research Interests

1. Climate variability and dynamics

2. tropical Air-sea interaction

3. Aerosol-Climate interaction

4. Weather and Climate extremes

Selected Publications

Journal Publications

  1. Verma, Tarun, S. Mahajan, R. Saravanan, and Ping Chang. (in preparation) ”Tropical Pacific ocean dynamical response to short-term sulfate aerosol forcing.”
  2. Verma, Tarun, R. Saravanan, and Ping Chang. (in preparation) ”On modulation of Hadley and Walker circulation response to sulfate aerosol forcing by air-sea coupling.”

Conference Publications

  1. Bhat, G. S., Tarun Verma, Deepesh Jain, Santosh Muralidharan, S. S. Prijith. ”Intercomparison of Vaisala and Pisharoty derived atmospheric boundary layer properties over Bay of Bengal during CTCZ pilot,” Continental Tropical Convergence Zone (CTCZ) Workshop, IITM Pune, India. April 2010.

Conference Presentations

  1. Verma, Tarun, R. Saravanan, and Ping Chang. “Cloud response to short-term sulfate aerosol forcing over the tropics,” American Meteorological Society (AMS) Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, January 24, 2017.
  2. Verma, Tarun, S. Mahajan, W. C. Hsieh, R. Saravanan, and Ping Chang. “Ocean feedback in regional climate response to sulfate aerosol forcing.” American Meteorological Society (AMS) Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, January 13, 2016.
  3. Verma, Tarun, C. M. Patricola, J. S. Hsieh, R. Saravanan, and Ping Chang. “Remote influences of atmospheric and oceanic variability on heat waves and cold spells in a regional climate model,” American Meteorological Society (AMS) Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, January 7, 2015.

Additional Information

Advisor: Dr. R. Saravanan
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