(UNESCO / Japan Young Researchers' fellowships programme)

Shalini Akella

Beneficiary country: 
Akella Shalini India Né(e) le 05 May 1974 dans New Delhi, India
Country of study: 
Unted Kingdom
Last degree obtained: 

Anna University, Chennai, India: Ph.D. (August 2002)

Scholarly work and publications: 

Methane cycling in a Natural Brackish Water Lake: a case study on Publicat Lake, South India. Ph.D. thesis, India, August 2002.

Quantification of CDOM and FDOM photobleaching rates in UK coastal waters. Geophysical Physical Research Abstracts, Vol.8, 00593, Akella and G. Uher, 2006.

What the fellow says:

"The UNESCO / Keizo Obuchi fellowship has helped me to work extensively and gain an ocean of knowledge on the key priority area of 'Environment with special reference to Water Resources and Related Ecosystems'. My study on 'Chromophoric Dissolved Organic Matter Cycling' has given me a broader insight into understanding of the environment and management aspects of aquatic ecosystems and global environmental change."