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  • Ambika, Anukesh Krishnankutty; Mishra, Vimal (2018-12-10)
    Water resources management can benefit from applications of remote sensing and hydrologic models. These tools can be especially valuable during extreme events and in data-sparse regions. Observational platforms include the ...
  • Ambika, Anukesh Krishnankutty; Mishra, Vimal (Wiley Open Access, 2022-04)
    Intensive agriculture and irrigation play a crucial role in the food security of India. However, irrigation has considerably impacted regional climate and groundwater sustainability. Notwithstanding the profound implications ...
  • Mishra, Vimal; Ambika, Anukesh Krishnankutty; Asoka, Akarsh; Aadhar, Saran; Buzan, Jonathan; Kumar, Rohini; Huber, Matthew (Nature Research, 2020-10)
    Intensive irrigation in India has been demonstrated to decrease surface temperature, but the influence of irrigation on humidity and extreme moist heat stress is not well understood. Here we analysed a combination of in ...
  • Ambika, Anukesh Krishnankutty; Mishra, Vimal (Wiley, 2019-10)
    Irrigated area in India has significantly increased after the green revolution. However, quantification of irrigation influence on vegetation health and land surface temperature (LST) remains limited. Here, we develop a ...
  • Ambika, Anukesh Krishnankutty; Mishra, Vimal (IOP Publishing, 2020-12)
    Compound extremes of soil moisture drought and high vapour pressure deficit (atmospheric aridity) are disastrous for natural and social systems. Despite a significant expansion in irrigated area in India, the role of ...

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