Being from a multidisciplinary academic background I developed my interest in processes and interactions within the Earth system among which land-atmosphere interaction is fascinating. My Ph.D. research work is focussed on understanding the relationship between surface meteorological variables, specially temperatures and surface energy balance partitioning at sub-daily to diurnal scale. For instance,
In order to find answers to these interesting questions, I use local and global data, for example, FLUXNET and ERA5, and develope simplified model and expressions based on surface energy balance.
For my research stay I worked on evaporation and boundary layer model in collaboration with Boston University
I use MATLAB, CDO and R programming language for analysing and visualising the data
Turnbull, T., Katsikis, N., Renner, M., Panwar, A., Kleidon, A. (2021). Human alteration of energy flows within the Mississippi River Basin. The Anthropocene Review, “under review”
Panwar, A., Renner, M., and Kleidon, A.: Imprints of evaporation and vegetation type in diurnal temperature variations, Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci. (HESS), https://doi.org/10.5194/hess-24-4923-2020
Panwar, A., Kleidon, A., & Renner, M. (2019). Do surface and air temperatures contain similar imprints of evaporative conditions?. Geophysical Research Letters, 46. https://doi.org/10.1029/2019GL082248
Pandey, S. K., Vinoj, V., & Panwar, A. (2019). The short-term variability of aerosols and their impact on cloud properties and radiative effect over the Indo-Gangetic Plain. Atmospheric Pollution Research.
Mukherjee, T., Asutosh, A., Pandey, S. K., Yang, L., Gogoi, P. P., Panwar, A., & Vinoj, V. (2018). Increasing potential for air pollution over megacity new delhi: A study based on 2016 diwali episode. Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 18(9), 2510-2518.