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Dash’s research interests includes water quality, Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs) and phytoplankton ecology, toxic metals, harmful microorganisms, remote sensing, limnology, biological and physical oceanography, and coastal and oceanic biogeochemical processes. HABs are caused by species of tiny plants, phytoplankton. HABs may cause harm through the production of potent chemical toxins or by their accumulated biomass. Due to the human health threats and their negative impact on aquatic life, recreation and tourism, HABs have significant economic and sociocultural impacts worldwide. Additionally, the freshwater systems are affected by eutrophication, leading to undesirable increases in harmful microorganisms (pathogens) and toxic metals. Dash’s current research interest includes field, laboratory and satellite remote sensing research to study various HAB forming species to enhance the current state of knowledge on detection and mapping of the HABs and thus support state and coastal community efforts to manage human health and fisheries in the region.
Coastal and Estuarine Ecology, Limnology, Environmental Toxicology, Remote Sensing, Harmful Algal Blooms, Biological Oceanography, Water Quality, Biological and Physical Oceanography and Coastal & Oceanic Biogeochemical processes.
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