Dr Ashmita Sengupta
Dr. Ashmita Sengupta completed her Ph.D. and M.S from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and subsequently joined Southern California Coastal Water Research Project (SCCWRP), Joint Powers Agency as a scientist. Her research interests are in the areas of ecohydrology, integrated water resource management, and best management practices to control runoff, exploring the applicability of offsets for pollutants, and stress responses. In the past, she has worked on adapting water quality guidelines for developing countries (Cambodia, and Bangladesh) at the World Health Organization. She has also worked as a design engineer, and modeler on Yamuna Action Plan (YAP), a bilateral river restoration project between the Governments of Japan and India.
- An Integrative Framework for Stakeholder Engagement Using the Basin Futures Platform
J O’Sullivan, C Pollino, P Taylor, A Sengupta, A Parashar (2020). Water 12 (9), 2398
- Improving Effective Impervious Estimates to Inform Stormwater Management R Sultana, M Mroczek, A Sengupta, S Dallman, ED Stein (2020) Water Resources Management 34 (2), 747-762
- Testing the Accuracy of Three Empirical Equations for Determining the Effective Impervious Area in Southern California M Mroczek, R Sultana, S Dallman, A Sengupta, E Stein (2018) World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2018: Water, Wastewater …
- Tools for managing hydrologic alteration on a regional scale: Estimating changes in flow characteristics at ungauged sites A Sengupta, SK Adams, BP Bledsoe, ED Stein, KS McCune, RD Mazor (2018) Freshwater Biology