Scientist : World Fish Center (CGIAR), Penang , Malaysia form 2008 Post Doctoral Scientist : International Water Management Institute (CGIAR) from 2006-2008 Researcher: Indian Institute of Remote Sensing, Government of India, India ( 2000-2005) Ecosystem Management Expert, Commission on Ecosystem Management (CEM), Ecosystem Management Programme IUCN- The World Conservation Union, Rue Mauverney 28 CH-1196 Gland, Switzerland ( from 2006 onwards) Topic Editor & Contributor, Remote Sensing & Wetlands, Encyclopedia of Earth
She is a multi-disciplinary expert with more than 10 years of experience working in various international projects, primarily in Asia and briefly in Southern Africa. Working on policy driven action research project of Challenge Program on Water and Food (www.waterandfood.org/) with focus on climate adapatation, livelihood diversification, geo-spatial decision support. and integrated resource management. Her field of experience includes Ecosystem Based Management, multiple resource use promoted by the scientific consortium (MUS:http://www.musgroup.net), multi-stakeholder participatory approach and application of geospatial tools.
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