Assistant Researcher IV, UC Santa Barbara
Dr. Shukla is a large-scale hydrologist. His research primarily focuses on improving drought monitoring and early warning capabilities using remote sensing datasets, large-scale hydrologic models, and weather/climate forecasts. His research aims to support a proactive drought management approach. As a member of the Famine Early Warning Systems Network team, his research is currently focused on the Greater Horn of Africa region. Through his collaboration with the California Nevada Climate Applications Program, he also focuses on using the state-of-the-art dynamical climate forecasts to meet the decision-making needs of the stakeholders in the California and Nevada region. For more on Dr. Shukula, visit this website link below. Dr. Shukla is the on climate downscaling/uncertainty analysis.