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oceanographer , researcher

Anguluri Suryachandra Rao, Indian oceanographer, researcher. Achievements include research in For the first time interannual variability of the Indian Ocean related to Indian Ocean Dipole Phenomenon is documented. Recipient Best Poster award, Pacific Ocean Remote Sensing Conference, 2002. Member of Oceanog. Society of Japan, American Geophsical Union.

Background

Rao, Anguluri Suryachandra was born on November 5, 1968 in Vendra, India. Son of Anguluri Bapeswara Rao and Anguluri Satya Vani.

Education

Master of Science, Andhra University, 1991. Master of Technology, Andhra University, 1993. Doctor of Philosophy, Andhra University, 1998.

Career

Senior research officer Institute of Marine Affairs, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, 1998—1999. Post doctoral researcher Frontier Research Center for Global Change, Yokohama, Japan, 1999—2002, research scientist Japan, since 2002.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in For the first time interannual variability of the Indian Ocean related to Indian Ocean Dipole Phenomenon is documented.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (research) Rossby wave in Bay of Bengal: Observations and Simulations (University Gold medal, 1998).

Membership

Member of Oceanog. Society of Japan, American Geophsical Union.

Connections

Married Anguluri Vinnakota, February 12, 2003.

father:
Anguluri Bapeswara Rao

mother:
Anguluri Satya Vani

spouse:
Anguluri Vinnakota