Mayuri Phukan MSc

PhD Candidate
Water Quality Management

I am a Doctoral researcher in "Save the Tiger" project since July 2022. My work is on Ecohydrology of the Karnali megafan as related to the conservation of the tiger habitat in Bardia National Park, in the Terai Arc Landscape (TAL) of Nepal.

My research interests are hydrological modelling, riverine flood resilience, ecosystem-based adaptation and transboundary river management. My work experience includes projects on stream-aquifer interaction modelling, water governance, transboundary floods and pollution management. 

I am from India (Assam)


M.Sc. Water Science and Governance (2016-2018): TERI School of Advanced Studies, New Delhi, India

B.Sc. Physics (2012-2015): St. Xavier's College, Mumbai, India