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213. Gurfran Beig

Dr. Gufran Beig is a senior scientist at Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, IITM, Pune, India. After completing his PhD in Atmospheric Sciences, he worked as visiting scientist at National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), Boulder, USA, then moved on to IITM. He is a member of several International scientific organizations dealing with global climate change and also an editor of the Journal of Atmospheric and Solar Terrestrial physics.

Gufran Beig

The main area of Dr. Beig's research is the study of atmospheric chemistry and climate forcing factors (surface to 100 km) under the influence of global change. He works with regional and global atmospheric chemistry-transport models to study the influence of anthropogenic emissions on lower and middle atmospheric chemical species and thermal structure and on the intercontinental transport of pollutants. His recent interest includes the development of emissions inventories of several chemical pollutants using GIS methodology, especially for the south Asian region. He is also instrumental in setting-up the urban air pollution network to monitor the ozone and other secondary pollutants like NOx, CO, HC, SO2, BC, SPM, etc. over the Indian tropical region. He has developed the coupled neutral-ion chemical models of troposphere in the upper atmosphere and introduced the concept of human-induced global influence on the ionized components. He has recently studied the adverse impact of geo-engineering solutions to climate change on the ion composition of the stratosphere.

Dr. Beig led an international scientific assessment of atmospheric temperature trends which firmly resolved significant global change signals in the upper atmosphere. These findings influence radio communications, satellite movement and climate and weather patterns. This work yielded him in 2005 the Norbert Gerbier-Mumm International Award of the World Meteorological Organization.

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