Shouraseni Sen Roy

Professor

Phone:
(305) 284-4820
Locator Code:
2221

 
About
Professor Sen Roy's research and teaching interests center on Climatology and GIS. Her work focuses on spatio-temporal patterns of precipitation across the Indian subcontinent, using advanced statistical GIS techniques to analyze trends in climatic variables. Research projects include: the impact of global teleconnections on the summer precipitation in India; trends in the occurrence of extreme precipitation events in India; diurnal patterns in the timing of winter precipitation in the United States; and the impact of cloud cover on diurnal temperature ranges. Her research has been published in The International Journal of Climatology, Physical Geography, Monthly Weather Review, Geophysical Research Letters, and Climate Research.
Career
Research

Publications

O’Shea, P.M., S. Sen Roy, and R. B. Singh. "Diurnal Variations in the Spatial Patterns of Air Pollution across the Delhi Metropolitan Region." Theoretical and Applied Climatology 609-620 (2015).


Cao, Y., and S. Sen Roy Weather Spatial Patterns of Seasonal Level Trends of Groundwater in India during 2002-2016. (2018). [Link]


Sen Roy, S. Springer Climate Linking Gender to Climate Change Impacts in the Global South. (2018). [Link]


Sen Roy, S. Weather and Climate Extremes. Spatial patterns of trends in seasonal extreme temperatures in India during 1980–2010. (2019). [Link]


Vildosola, D., J. Carter, E.R. Louderback, and S. Sen Roy Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy. Crime in an Affluent City: Applications of Risk Terrain Modeling for Residential and Vehicle Burglary in Coral Gables, Florida (2019). [Link]