Ashmita Paudel
02 Sep 2018

Paudel’s MSc research thesis is titled “Climate Change Adaptation in Livelihood and Agriculture in the Gandaki Basin, Nepal”. She will assess adaptation practices and analyse the resilience of a rural community with agriculture as its main source of livelihood.

She did her Bachelor’s project on soil properties and carbon stock under different land-use types in the mid-hills of Nepal. From August 2012 to July 2013, she worked as Research Assistant at the Aquatic Ecology Centre, Kathmandu University, where her responsibilities included field work and lab-work associated with water and soil. Her interests are blogging, reading, photography, and trekking.