Shouraseni Sen Roy - med

Shouraseni Sen Roy, Ph.D.
(Arizona State University, 2005)

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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.


REPRESENTATIVE PUBLICATIONS:

Sen Roy, S. 2016. Gender Mainstreaming and Climate Change in the Global South. European Expressions. Issue 10-102, 30-32.

Louderback, E.R., and S. Sen Roy. 2017. Integrating Social Disorganization and Routine Activity Theories and Testing Neighborhood Crime Watch Program Effectiveness: Case Study of Miami-Dade County, 2007-2015. British Journal of Criminology. azx062. https://doi.org/10.1093/bjc/azx062.

Bunting, R., O.Y. Chang, C. Cowen, R. Hankins, S. Langston, A. Warner, X. Yang, E. R. Louderback, and S. Sen Roy. 2018. Spatial Patterns of Larceny and Aggravated Assault in Miami-Dade County, 2007-2015. The Professional Geographer. 70:1, 34-46, DOI: 10.1080/00330124.2017.1310622.

Sen Roy, S. and Bernardo Loureiro. 2018. Unimproved sources of drinking water and sanitation in the Global South. Water An Atlas by Guerrilla Cartography.

Sen Roy, S. 2018. Linking Gender to Climate Change Impacts in the Global South. Springer, Cham, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-75777-3, Print ISBN: 978-3-319-75776-6: Online ISBN: 978-3-319-75777-3. https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-319-75777-3.

Cao, Y., and S. Sen Roy. In Press. Spatial Patterns of Seasonal Level Trends in Groundwater across the Indian Subcontinent during 2003-2014. Weather.


COURSES TAUGHT:
  • GEG 120 Physical Geography
  • GEG 199 Introduction to GIS
  • GEG 410/693 GIS II
  • GEG 405/681 Spatial Statistics II
  • GEG 332 Climatology and Extreme Weather