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I am Apoorva, and I am a third year graduate student at the Ohio State University in Columbus, OH. I am originally from India, and have a Masters degree in Water Resources and Environmental Engineering from Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. For my PhD thesis, I use a hydrodynamic model to study the Logone floodplain in Cameroon, Africa. The goal is to understand the impact of fishing canals and changing climate on the flood inundation dynamics in the region. The work is a part of an inter-disciplinary coupled natural and human systems project called MORSL (MOdelling Regime Shifts in the Logone) where we study the human impact (fishing canals) and changing climate on the fish, fishers and the hydrologic system of the Logone floodplain. I use LISFLOOD-FP, a model developed in University of Bristol, for modelling the Logone floodplain.

I enjoy cooking, swimming and playing board games in my free time. I also love travelling and hiking.


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