is a community ecologist whose interests lie in understanding the determinants of tropical vegetation structure and function, and in the dynamics of vegetation biome transitions and is the Principal Investigator of LEMoN
Anand M Osuri
is a postdoctoral scientist at Columbia University. His research focuses on the vegetation and carbon dynamics of human-modified tropical forests.
is an ecosystems and community ecologist who has worked extensively in tropical savanna and forest ecosystems and is the Principal Investigator of LEMoN
is a DBT-RA fellow and is interested in forest dynamics, particularly plant functional trait variation among species and individuals.
Raghavendra H V
is the site Coordinator for the Sirsi plots and is interested in studying rainforest carbon dynamics in the Western Ghats
is the site coordinator for the Savannah woodland plots in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. He is interested in the role of biotic, abiotic and anthropogenic factors in determining vegetation structure and biodiversity in Asian savannahs.
is the database manager for the project. He enjoys programming, reading papers, peering over satellite images and finding patterns. He is interested in landscape conservation, grassland-forest dynamics and all critters great and small.
is happiest under a forest canopy. She is a PhD student interested in understanding the impacts of drought and rainfall seasonality on forest ecosystems.
works as the project co-ordinator for the beautiful tropical forest sites of Andaman Islands and is interested in understanding the carbon sequestration dynamics of these forest ecosystems.
is interested in how tropical forests and savannas are structured and also how resilient they are to climate-change-type droughts.