River Basin management in the Mahaweli Basin:

We collaborated with the Mahaweli Authority of Sri Lanka (MASL) and the International Research Institute for climate and society (IRI) and have been supported by these organizations. We also worked with the Irrigation Department, the Ministry of Water Resources and the Interim National Water Resources Authority and the NASA Global Modeling and Assimilation Office.

Climate Variability and Rice Production:

We collaborated with colleagues at the Institute of Fundamental Studies and Department of Agriculture.

Climate Change and Variability and Tea and Coconut Plantations:

This undertaking was funded by the global change system for Training, Analysis and Research (START) and conducted in collaboration with the Department of Meteorology (DoM), Tea Research Institute (TRI), Coconut Research Institute (CRI) and University of Peradeniya. Climate and Human-Elephant Conflict: This project was in collaboration with the IRI, Center for International Earth Science Information Networks (CIESIN), Center for Environmental Research and Conservation (CERC), Environment and Forest Conservation Division of the MASL and the Department of Wildlife Conservation.

Climate and Natural Disaster Hotspots:

Our partners were the Center for Hazards and Risk Research (CHRR), Center for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN), and The Earth Institute at Columbia University.

This project was funded by The Earth Institute at Columbia University with a grant from the World Bank.

Regional Climate Modeling:

We collaborated on Regional Climate Modelling focused on Sri Lanka with the IRI and the International Center for Theoretical Physics (ICTP).

Climate Variability and Malaria and Dengue:

We collaborated with the International Water Management Institute (IWMI), the Anti-Malaria Campaign (AMC), NASA/GSFC land surface group, University of Kelaniya, and the IRI. The project was funded by NOAA/NSF/EPRI/NASA Climate Variability and Human Health program. Scientists attached to the University of North Carolina and University of Toronto collaborate with us on research on climate impacts on Dengue Fever.