Research Publications in the last 5 years (selected)

  1. Chowdhury, S., S. Dey, S. Guttikunda, A. Pillarisetti, K. R. Smith and L. Di Girolamo, “Indian annual ambient air quality standard is achievable by completely mitigating emissions from household sources", Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, early online version, 2019. (Times Cited 0, Impact Factor = 9.504)

  2. Srivastava, P., S. Dey, A. K. Srivastava, S. Singh and S. Tiwari, “Suppression of aerosol-induced atmospheric warming by clouds in the Indo-Gangetic Basin, northern India", Theoretical and Applied Climatology (early online version), 2019. (Times Cited 0, Impact Factor = 2.321)

  3. Sachiko Mohanty, A.D. Rao and B. Yadidya (2019). “Spatial and Temporal Variability of Semidiurnal Internal Tide Energetics in the Western Bay of Bengal”, Pure and Applied Geophysics, 1-13, doi: 10.1007/s00024-019-02221-4.

  4. Sarita Kumari, S. Baidya Roy, P. Sharma, A. Srivastava, V.K. Sehgal And R. Dhakar., 2019: “Modeling impacts of climate change on spring wheat in northern India” , Journal of agrometeorology 21 (2) : 123-130

  5. Anand, A., M. Bhowmick, S. K. Mishra, S. Sahany, and C. V. Reddy Telukuntla , 2019: “Response of Indian Monsoon to Increase of Resolution in NCAR-CAM5”, Atmospheric Research, DOI:10.1016/j.atmosres.2019.01.015.

  6. Bhati, S., & Mohan, M. (2018), “WRF-urban canopy model evaluation for the assessment of heat island and thermal comfort over an urban air shed in India under varying land use/land cover conditions” Geoscience Letters 5(1), 27. doi:10.1186/s40562-018-0126-7.

  7. Pande, P., S. Dey, S. Chowdhury, P. Choudhary, S. Ghosh, P. Srivastava and B. Sengupta, “Seasonal transition in PM10 exposure and associated all-cause mortality risks in India", Environmental Science and Technology, 52(15), 8756-8763, 2018 (pdf). (Times Cited 1; Impact Factor = 6.198) DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.8b00318

  8. Sandeep K K, Vimlesh Pant, Evaluation of interannual simulations and Indian Ocean Dipole events during 2000-2014 from a basin scale general circulation model, Pure and Applied Geophysics, pp 1-25, DOI: 10.1007/s00024-018-1915-9, 2018.

  9. Sandeep K K, Vimlesh Pant, M. S. Girishkumar, A D Rao, Impact of riverine freshwater forcing on the sea surface salinity simulations in the Indian Ocean, Journal of Marine Systems, 185, 40-58, DOI: 10.1016/j.jmarsys.2018.05.002, 2018.

  10. Smita Pandey, and A. D. Rao (2018). “An improved cyclonic wind distribution for computation of storm surges”, Natural hazards, 92(1), 93-112

  11. Sachiko Mohanty, A.D. Rao and G Latha (2018). “Energetics of semidiurnal internal tides in the Andaman Sea”, Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans, DoI: 10.1029/2018JC013852.

  12. Nikhil Ghodichore, R Vinnarasi, C T Dhanya, and Somnath Baidya Roy 2018, Reliability of real analyses products in simulating precipitation and temperature characteristics over India, J. Earth Syst. Sci., 127:115

  13. Jain, S., S. K. Mishra, P. Salunke and S. Sahany, 2018: “Importance of the Resolution of Surface Topography Vis-a-Vis Atmospheric and Surface Processes in the Simulation of the Boreal Summer Climate of Himalaya-Tibet Highland”. Climate Dynamics, 1-14, DOI:10.1007/s00382-018-4411-0.

  14. Mishra, S. K., A. Anand, J. Fasullo and S. Bhagat, 2018, “Importance of the Resolution of Surface Topography in Indian Monsoon Simulation”. Journal of Climate, 31, 4879-4898, DOI:10.1175/JCLI-D-17-0324.1.

  15. Anand, A., S. K. Mishra, S. Sahany, M. Bhowmick, J. Singh Rawat, and S. K. Dash, 2018: “Indian Summer Monsoon Simulations: Usefulness of Increasing Horizontal Resolution, Manual Tuning, and Semi-Automatic Tuning in Reducing Present-Day Model Biases”, Scientific Reports, 8(1), 3522, DOI:10.1038/s41598-018-21865-1.

  16. Manju Mohan and Medhavi Gupta: Sensitivity of PBL parameterizations on PM10 and Ozone Simulation using chemical transport model WRF-Chem over a sub-tropical urban airshed in India, Atmospheric Environment, 2018, 185, 53-63.

  17. Prakash, K. R., Tanuja Nigam, Vimlesh Pant, Estimation of oceanic subsurface mixing under a severe cyclonic storm using a coupled atmosphere–ocean–wave model, Ocean Science, 14, 259-272,, 2018.

  18. Nigam Tanuja, Vimlesh Pant, K. R. Prakash, Impact of Indian ocean dipole on the coastal upwelling features off the southwest coast of India, Ocean Dynamics, pp 1-14,, 2018.

  19. Sandeep, S., R. S. Ajayamohan, W. R. Boos, T. P. Sabin, V. Praveen (2018) Decline and poleward shift in Indian summer monsoon synoptic activity in a warming climate, PNAS, 115 (11), 2681-2686

  20. Gavendra Pandey and Maithili Sharan: (2018), ‘Performance evaluation of dispersion parameterization schemes in the plume simulation of FFT-07 diffusion experiment’, Atmospheric Environment, 172, 32-46.

  21. Chowdhury, S., S. Dey and K. R. Smith, “Ambient PM2.5 exposure and expected premature mortality to 2100 in India under climate change scenarios", Nature Communications, 9: 318, 2018

  22. Dey, S., “On the theoretical aspects of improved fog detection and prediction in India", Atmospheric Research, 202, 77-80, 2018

  23. Srivastava, P., S. Dey, A. K. Srivastava, S. Singh and S. Tiwari, “Most probable mixing state of aerosols in Delhi NCR, northern India", Atmospheric Research, 200, 88-96, 2018

  24. van Oldenborgh, G. J., Philip, S., Kew, S., van Weele, M., Uhe, P., Otto, F., Singh, R., Pai, I., Cullen, H., AchutaRao, K., Jan. 2018. Extreme heat in india and anthropogenic climate change. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 18 (1), 365-381. URL

  25. Sachiko Mohanty, A D Rao and Himansu K. Pradhan (2017). “Estimates of internal tide energetics in the western Bay of Bengal", IEEE journal of ocean engineering. DoI: 10.1109/JOE.2017.2765978.

  26. Preeti Gunwani, Manju Mohan, 2017: Sensitivity of WRF model estimates to various PBL parameterizations in different climatic zones over India, Atmospheric Research 194 (2017) 43–65.

  27. Srivastava, P., S. Dey, A. K. Srivastava, S. Singh, S. K. Mishra and S. Tiwari, 2017, “Importance of aerosol non-sphericity in estimating aerosol radiative forcing in Indo-Gangetic Basin", Science of the Total Environment.

  28. Mitchell, D., AchutaRao, K., Allen, M., Bethke, I., Ciavarella, A., Forster, P., Fuglestvedt, J., Gillett, N., Haustein, K., Ingram, W., Iversen, T., Kharin, V., Klingaman, N., Massey, N., Fischer, E., Schleussner, C.-F., Scinocca, J., Seland, O., Shiogama, H., Shuckburgh, E., Sparrow, S., Stone, D., Uhe, P., Urs, B., Wallom, D., Wehner, M. and Zaaboul, R. (2017) Half a degree additional warming, prognosis and projected impacts (HAPPI): background and experimental design. Geoscientific Model Development. ISSN 1991-9603.

  29. Prakash K.R. and Vimlesh Pant (2017), Upper oceanic response to tropical cyclone Phailin in the Bay of Bengal using a coupled atmosphere-ocean model, Ocean Dynamics, doi:10.1007/s10236-016-1020-5, pp 1-14.2017

  30. Singh C., D. Ganguly, and S. K. Dash (2017), Dust load and rainfall characteristics and their relationship over the South Asian monsoon region under various warming scenarios, J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 122, doi:10.1002/2017JD027451.

  31. Dash, S., S. Mishra, S. Sahany, V. Venugopal, A. Karumuri, and A. Gupta, 2017: Climate Modeling in India: Present Status and Way Forward. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc. doi:10.1175/BAMS-D-16-0322.1 (in press).

  32. Sachiko Mohanty, A.D. Rao,Himansu K. Pradhan (2017) ,“Effect of seasonal and cyclonic winds on internal tides over the Bay of Bengal”, Natural Hazards. 87:1109, 2016. DOI: 10.1007/s11069-017-2811-9.

  33. Mishra, S. K., Sahany, S. &Salunke, P. 2017: Linkages between MJO and summer monsoon rainfall over India and surrounding region. Meteorol. Atmos. Phys, doi:10.1007/s00703-016-0470-0

  34. Gahlot, S., Shu, S., Jain, A. K., & Baidya Roy, S. (2017). Estimating trends and variation of net biome productivity in India for 1980–2012 using a land surface model. Geophysical Research Letters, 44, 11,573–11,579.

  35. Tiwari, P., S. C. Kar, U. C. Mohanty, S. Dey, P. Sinha and M. S. Shekhar, “Sensitivity of the Himalayan orography representation in simulation of winter precipitation using Regional Climate Model (RegCM) nested in a GCM", Climate Dynamics,, 49, 4157-4170, 2017

  36. Poulose Jismy., A.D. Rao,Prasad K. Bhaskaran, (2017), “Role of continental shelf on non-linear interaction of storm surges, tides and wind waves: An idealized study representing the west coast of India”, Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 1-14, 2017.

  37. Mahapatra D.K.,A D Rao, (2017), “Redistribution of low-salinity pools off east coast of India during southwest monsoon season”, Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 184, 21-29, 2016.

  38. Maithili Sharan, Amit K Singh and S.K.Singh, Minimization of model representativity errors in identification of point source emission from atmospheric concentration measurements. Atmospheric Environment, 169C, 267-277 (2017)

  39. Ragi, AR, Maithili Sharan and Z.S.Haddad, Objective detection of Indian summer monsoon onset using QuickSCAT seawinds scatterometer. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 55, 3466-3474,10.1109/TSRS.2017.2672825 [2017]

  40. Piyush Srivastava and Maithili Sharan, An Analytical formulation of the Monin-Obukhov Stability Parameter in the Atmospheric Surface layer under Unstable conditions. Boundary Layer Meteorology, 165, 371-384 DOI:10.1007/s10546-017-0273-y [2017]

  41. Y.Dash, S. K.Mishra, Sahany, S., and B. K.Panigrahi, (2017): Indian summer monsoon rainfall prediction: A comparison of iterative and non-iterative approaches, Applied Soft Computing, DOI:

  42. J. D. Neelin, Sahany, S., S. N. Stechmann, and D. N. Bernstein (2017): Global warming precipitation accumulation increases above the current-climate cutoff scale. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 1258–1263, doi: 10.1073/pnas.1615333114.

  43. S.K. Mishra, Sahany, S., P. Salunke, (2017): CMIP5 vs. CORDEX over the Indian region: how much do we benefit from dynamical downscaling? Theoretical and Applied Climatology, DOI:

  44. Chowdhury, S., S. Dey, S. N. Tripathi, G. Beig, A. K. Mishra and S. Sharma, (2017) “Traffic intervention policy fails to mitigate air pollution in megacity Delhi", Environmental Science and Policy,, 74, 8-13.

  45. Jain, V., S. Dey, and S. Chowdhury, (2017) “Ambient PM2.5 exposure and premature mortality burden in the holi city Varanasi, India", Environmental Pollution,, 226, 182-189, 2017.

  46. Charu Singh, Dilip Ganguly and S. K. Dash (2017), On the dust load and rainfall relationship in South Asia: an analysis from CMIP5. Climate Dynamics, doi: 10.1007/s00382-017-3617-x. (In-Press).

  47. Ankur P. Sati and Manju Mohan (2017). The impact of urbanization during half a century on surface meteorology based on WRF model simulations over National Capital Region, India, Theoretical and Applied Climatology, DOI: 10.1007/s00704-017-2275-6. (in press)

  48. Mbienda, A. J. K., C. Tchawoua, D. A. Vondou, P. Choumbou, C. K. Sadem and S. Dey, “Sensitivity experiments of RegCM4 simulations to different convective schemes over Central Africa", International Journal of Climatology,37, 328-342, 2017

  49. Mbienda, A. J. K., C. Tchawoua, D. A. Vondou, P. Choumbou, C. K. Sadem and S. Dey, “Impact of anthropogenic aerosols on climate variability over central Africa by using a regional climate model", International Journal of Climatology,37, 249-267, 2017

  50. J.D. Neelin, Sahany, S., S. Stechmann, and D. Bernstein, (2016): Global warming precipitation accumulation increases above the current-climate cutoff scale. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 1258–1263, doi: 10.1073/pnas.1615333114.

  51. Michael Wehner, Daithi Stone, Hari Krishnan, Krishna AchutaRao, and Federico Castillo (2016): "THE DEADLY COMBINATION OF HEAT AND HUMIDITY IN INDIA AND PAKISTAN IN SUMMER 2015" [in "Explaining Extremes of 2015 from a Climate Perspective"]. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 97 (12), S81-S86, doi:10.1175/BAMS-D-16-0149.

  52. Geert Jan van Oldenborgh, Friederike E . L . Otto, Karsten Haustein, and Krishna AchutaRao (2016): "THE HEAVY PRECIPITATION EVENT OF DECEMBER 2015 IN CHENNAI, INDIA" [in "Explaining Extremes of 2015 from a Climate Perspective"]. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 97 (12), S87-S91, doi:10.1175/BAMS-D-16-0149.

  53. C. Singh, D. Ganguly, and S. K. Dash (2016), Aerosols and contrasting monsoon conditions over the western Himalayan region, Remote Sensing of the Atmosphere, Clouds, and Precipitation VI, Proc. of SPIE Vol. 9876, doi:10.1117/12.222352.

  54. Aniket Chakravorty, Bhagu Ram Chahar , O.P. Sharma, C.T. Dhanya, (2016): A regional scale performance evaluation of SMOS and ESA-CCI soil moisture products over India with simulated soil moisture from MERRA-Land, Vol.186, 514–527.

  55. Verdhen Anand, BR Chahar, O.P. Sharma, 2016: Winter Precipitation and Snowpack-melt with Temperature and Elevation at Solang Valley, India; Hydrol Current Res, vol.7(2),3439-3453. DOI 10.1007/s11269-014-0662-7

  56. Verdhen Anand, Bhagu Ram Chahar, Ashwagosha Ganju, O.P. Sharma, 2016: Modeling Snowline Altitudes in the Himalayan Watershed, ASCE J. Hydrol. Eng., vol.21(1),10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0001255, 04015056.

  57. Jensen T.G., H.W. Wijesekera, E.S. Nyadjro, P. Thoppil, J. Shriver, K.K. Sandeep, Vimlesh Pant, 'Modeling salinity exchanges between the equatorial Indian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal', Oceanography, 29 (2):92-101,, 2016.

  58. Yoon, J.-H., P. J. Rasch, H. Wang, V. Vinoj, and D. Ganguly (2016), The role of carbonaceous aerosols on short-term variations of precipitation over North Africa., Atmosph. Sci. Lett., 17: 407–414. doi: 10.1002/asl.672.

  59. Tiwari, P. R., S. C. Kar, U. C. Mohanty, S. Dey, S. Kumari, P. Sinha, P. V. S. Raju and M. S. Shekhar, "Simulations of tropical circulation and winter precipitation over north India: An application of a tropical band version of Regional Climate Model (RegT-Band)", Pure and Applied Geophysics,, 173, 657-674, 2016.

  60. Tiwari, P., S. C. Kar, U. C. Mohanty, S. Dey, S. Kumari and P. Sinha, "Seasonal prediction skill of winter temperature over North India", Theoretical and Applied Climatology,, 124, 15-29, 2016

  61. Das, S., S. Dey, and S. K. Dash, "Direct radiative effects of anthropogenic aerosols on Indian summer monsoon circulation", Theoretical and Applied Climatology,, 124, 629-639, 2016.

  62. Chowdhury, S., S. Dey, S. Ghosh and T. Saud, "Satellite-based estimates of aerosol washout and recovery over India during monsoon", Aerosol and Air Quality Research,, 16, 1302-1314, 2016 .

  63. Kumar, S., S. Dey and A. Srivastava, "Quantifying enhancement in aerosol radiative forcing during 'extreme aerosol days' in summaer at Delhi national capital region", Science of the Total Environment,, 550, 994-1000, 2016.

  64. Choudhury, S. and S. Dey, "Cause-specific premature death from ambient PM2.5 exposure in India: Estimate adjusted for baseline mortality", Environment International,, 91, 283-290, 2016

  65. Tiwari, P., S. C. Kar, U. C. Mohanty, S. Dey, P. Sinha, P. V. S. Raju and M. S. Shekhar, "On the dynamical downscaling and bias correction of seasonal-scale winter precipitation predictions over North India", Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society,, 142, 2398-2410, 2016

  66. Saud, T., S. Dey, S. Das and S. Dutta, "A satellite-based 13-year climatology of net cloud radiative forcing over the Indian monsoon region", Atmospheric Research,, 182, 76-86, 2016

  67. Pramod Kumar and Maithili Sharan, An Analytical Dispersion Model for Sources in the Atmospheric Surface Layer with Dry Deposition to the Ground Surface. Aerosol and Air Quality Research 16, 1284 -1294 (2016)

  68. Madhu Joshi, A D Rao, Sachiko Mohanty, Himansu K Pradhan, V S N Murty and KVSR Prasad (2016) " Internal waves over the shelf in the western Bay of Bengal: A case study" Ocean Dynamics (accepted), 2016.

  69. Mohan. M., Sati, A. P., 2016. WRF Model Performance Analysis for a Suite of Simulation Design . Atmospheric Research . Atmospheric Research 169, 280–291

  70. HimansuK.Pradhan, A.D.Rao, Mohanty Sachiko,” Inter-seasonal variability of internal tides in the western Bay of Bengal”, Nat Hazards" DOI 10.1007/s11069-016-2459.

  71. Mohan, M., Kandya, A., 2015. Impact of Urbanization and Land-use / Land-cover change on Diurnal Temperature Range: A case study of Tropical Urban Airshed of India using remote sensing data. Science of the Total Environment 506–507 (2015), 453–465.

  72. Gupta, M., Mohan, M., 2015. Validation of WRF/Chem model and sensitivity of chemical mechanisms to ozone simulation over megacity Delhi. Atmospheric Enviornment (122): 220-229

  73. Bhati, S., Mohan, M., 2015. WRF model evaluation for the urban heat island assessment under varying land use/land cover and reference site conditions. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, pp 1-16. 10.1007/s00704-015-1589-5

  74. Pant, Vimlesh, M.S. Girishkumar, T.V.S. UdayaBhaskar, M. Ravichandran, F. Papa, and V.P. Thangaprakash, 'Observed interannual variability of near-surface salinity in the Bay of Bengal', J. Geophys. Res. Oceans, 120, 3315-3329, doi:10.1002/2014JC010340, 2015.

  75. Chitranshi, S., S. P. Sharma and S. Dey, "Satellite-based estimates of outdoor particulate pollution (PM10) for Agra city in Northern India", Air Quality, Atmosphere and Health,, 8 (1), 55-65, 2015

  76. Das, S., S. Dey and S. K. Dash, "Impacts of aerosols on dynamics of Indian summer monsoon using a Regional Climate Model", Climate Dynamics,, 44 (5-6), 1685-1697, 2015.

  77. Chitranshi, S., S. P. Sharma and S. Dey, "Spatio-temporal Variations in the Estimation of PM10 from MODIS derived Aerosol Optical Depth for the Urban Areas in the Central Indo-Gangetic Plain", Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics,, 127 (1), 107-121, 2015.

  78. Dey, S., N. Nishant, K. Sengupta and S. Ghosh, "Cloud climatology over the oceanic regions adjacent to the Indian subcontinent: Inter-comparison between passive and active sensors",International Journal of Remote Sensing,, 36(3), 899-913, 2015.

  79. Das, S., S. Dey, S. K. Dash, G. Giuliani and F. Solmon, "Dust aerosol feedback on the Indian summer monsoon: Sensitivity to absorption property", Journal of Geophysical Research,, 120 (18), 9642-9652, 2015.

  80. S.K.Singh, Maithili Sharan and J.P.Issartel, Inverse Modelling Methods for Identifying Unknown Releases in Emergency Scenarios: an Overview, Int. J. Environment and Pollution, 57, 68-91 (2015)

  81. S.K.Singh, Maithili Sharan and Amit K Singh, Reconstructing Height of an Unknown Point Release using Least-squares Data Assimilation. Q. J. Roy. Meteorol. Soc. 141, 1376-1388 (2015).

  82. Piyush Srivastava and Maithili Sharan, Characteristics of Drag coefficient Over a Tropical Environment in Convective Conditions, J. Atmos. Sci. 72, 4903-4913  2015).

  83. Pandey Gavendra and Maithili Sharan, Simulation of Plume Dispersion of multiple releases in Fusion Field Trial-07 Experiment. Atmospheric Environment, 122, 672-685 (2015).

  84. Maithili Sharan and Piyush Srivastava, Characteristics of heat flux in unstable atmospheric surface layer.  J. Atmos. Sci. doi: 10.1175/JAS-D-15-0291.1.

  85. H. K. Pradhan, A D Rao, Sachiko Mohanty,” Surface circulation and temperature inversions in the western Bay of Bengal using MITgcm”, Indian Journal of Applied Research, Vol.5, Issue: April 2015.

  86. H. K. Pradhan, A. D. Rao, and S. Mohanty,” Generation of internal tides: An interaction of tides with variable topography and coastal geometry,” Ocean Science Journal, vol. 50, no. 2, pp. 183-194, 2015.

  87. Himansu K Pradhan, A D Rao and Madhu Joshi,” Neap-spring Variability of internal waves over the shelf-slope along western Bay of Bengal associated with local stratification”, Natural Hazards. DOI: 10.1007/s11069-015-2027-9

  88. D.Rao, PouloseJismy ,Upadhyay Puja, Mohanty Sachiko,” Local-Scale Assessment of Tropical Cyclone Induced Storm Surge Inundation over the Coastal Zones of India in Probabilistic Climate Risk Scenario”, Ocean Science Journal "Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2015 DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-25138-7_8.

  89. S. Das, S. Deyand S.K.Dash, Direct radiative effects of anthropogenic aerosols on Indian summer monsoon circulation,Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 2015, 1-11 doi:10.1007/s00704-015-1444-8.

  90. S. Das, S. Dey, S. K. Dash, G. Giuliani, and F. Solmon, Dust aerosol feedback on the Indian summer monsoon: Sensitivity to absorption property, J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 2015,120, doi:10.1002/2015JD023589

  91. R. Shrivastava,S.K.Dash, R.B.Oza and M. N. Hegde, Evaluation of parameterization schemes in the Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model: A case study for the Kaiga Nuclear Power Plant Site, Annals of Nuclear Energy2015, 75, 693-702.

  92. K. C. Pattnayak , S. K. Panda, Vaishali Saraswat and S. K. Dash, Relationship between Tropospheric Temperature and Indian Summer Monsoon rainfall as simulated by RegCM3, Climate Dynamics,2015,DOI 10.1007/s00382-015-2758-z.

  93. S.K. Dash, K. C. Pattnayak, S. K. Panda, Deepika Vaddi and Ashu Mamgain, Impact of domain size on the simulation of Indian Summer Monsoon in RegCM4 using mixed convection scheme and driven by HadGEM2, Climate Dynamics, 2015, 44, 961-975.

  94. Xia, G., L. Zhou, J. M. Freedman, S. Baidya Roy, R. A. Harris, M. Cervarich, and J. Arnfield, 2015, Investigation of Roles of Atmospheric Boundary Layer Turbulence, Wind Speed, and Stability on Wind Farm Induced Warming Effects Using Observations from a Field Campaign, Climate Dynamics, doi: 10.1007/s00382-015-2696-9.

  95. Lolla, S., S. Baidya Roy, S. Chowdhury, 2015, Wind and solar resources in India, Energy Procedia, 76, 187-192, doi:10.1016/j.egypro.2015.07.895

  96. Ishtiaque S.M., R.S. Rengasamy, O.P. Sharma and B.R. Das, 2015: Influence of fibre strength and yarn structural characteristics on tensile failure of blended spun yarns: a prediction model. Journal of the Textile Institute; (DOI:10.1080/ 00405000.2015.1016345)

  97. Slawsky, L., L. Zhou, S. Baidya Roy, G. Xia, M. Vuille, and R. A. Harris, 2015, Climatic Impacts of Wind Farms Observed over Northern Illinois, Sensors, 15, 14981-15005; doi:10.3390/s150714981.

  98. Maithili Sharan and Piyush Srivastava, A Semi-Analytical Approach for Parametrization of the Obukhov Stability Parameter in the Unstable Atmospheric Surface Layer. Boundary Layer Meteorology, 153, 339-353 (2014) DOI – Springer.

  99. Baidya Roy, S., M. Smith, L. Morris,  N. Orlovski and A. Khalilov, 2014, Continuing desiccation of the Aral Sea and its effects on the climate of  Central Asia, J. Arid Environments, doi:10.1016/j.jaridenv.2014.06.008.

  100. Sati A.P. and Mohan M. (2014). Analysis of air pollution during a severe smog episode of November 2012 and the Diwali Festival over Delhi, India. International Journal of Remote Sensing. 35 (19) 6940 -6954. doi: 10.1080/01431161.2014.960618

  101. S.K. Dash, S.K. Mishra, K.C. Pattnayak, Ashu Mamgain, L Mariotti, E Coppola, F Giorgi and G Giuliani, Projected Seasonal Mean Summer Monsoon over India and Adjoining Regions for the 21st Century, Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 2014,DOI10.1007/s00704-014-1310-0.

  102. R. Shrivastava, S.K.Dash, R.B.Oza, and D.N.Sharma,Evaluation of parameterization schemes in the WRF model for estimation of mixing height, International Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 2014, Article ID 451578, 1-9,

  103. Dipak K. Sahu, S. K. Dash and S. C. Bhan, Impact of surface observations on simulation of rainfall over NCR Delhi using regional background error statistics in WRF-3DVAR model, Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics, 2014, 125, 1-2, pp 17-42, DOI: 10.1007/s00703-014-0320-x.

  104. R. Shrivastava, S. K. Dash, M. N. Hedge, K. S. PradeepKumar and D. N. Sharma,Validation of the TRMM multi satellite rainfall product 3B42 and estimation of scavenging coefficients for 131I and 137Cs using TRMM 3B42 rainfall data, Journal of Environmental Radioactivity, 2014, 138, 132-136.

  105. S. Das, S. Dey and S.K.Dash, Impacts of aerosols on dynamics of Indian summer monsoon using a regional climate model, Climate Dynamics, 2014, 1–13 doi:10.1007/s00382-014-2284-4.

  106. S. Das, S.Dey and S. K. Dash, Inter-annual variations in natural and anthropogenic aerosol loadings over the seas adjoining India using a hybrid approach, Atmospheric Science Letters, 2014, 15: 58–64. doi: 10.1002/asl2.469.

  107. AshuMamgain, S. K. Dash, Laura Mariotti, Erika Coppola, Filippo Giorgi , Indian winter monsoon circulation and rainfall as simulated by RegCM4 in the CORDEX, Vayumandal, 2014, 39 (3-4), 25-34.

  108. Himansu K Pradhan, A. D. Rao, K. K. G. Reddy, and S. Mohanty,” Internal wave simulation for different angles and shapes of continental shelf," in Oceans - St. John's, 2014.”, IEEE, 2014, pp. 1-5. [Online]. Available:

  109. Sinha, P., P. R. Tiwari, S. C. Kar, U. C. Mohanty P. V. S. Raju, S. Dey and M. S. Shekhar, "Sensitivity studies on convective schemes and model resolutions in the simulations of wintertime circulation and precipitation over the Western Himalayas", Pure and Applied Geophysics,, 172 (2), 503-530, 2014.

  110. Ahmed, R., S. Dey and M. Mohan, "A study to improve nighttime fog detection in the Indo-Gangetic Basin using satellite data and to investigate the connection to aerosols",Meteorological Applications, 2014.

  111. Srivastava, P., S. Dey, P. Agarwal and G. Basil, "Aerosol characteristics over Delhi National Capital Region: A satellite view", International Journal of Remote Sensing,, 35(13), 5036-5052, 2014.

  112. Tiwari, P., S. C. Kar, U. C. Mohanty, S. Dey, P. Sinha, P. V. S. Raju and M. Shekhar, "Dynamical downscaling approach for wintertime seasonal scale simulation over the Western Himalayas", ActaGeophysica, 62 (4), 930-952, 2014.

  113. Tiwari, P., S. C. Kar, U. C. Mohanty, S. Kumari, P. Sinha, A. Nair and S. Dey, "Skill of precipitation prediction with GCMs over North India during winter season", International Journal of Climatology, 2014.

  114. Das, S., Dey, S. and S. K. Dash, "Inter-annual variations in natural and anthropogenic aerosol loadings over the seas adjoining India using a hybrid approach", Atmospheric Science Letters, 15, 58-64, 2014.

  115. Pramod Kumar and Maithili Sharan, A Generalized Analytical Model for Crosswind Integrated Concentrations with Ground Level Deposition in the Atmospheric Boundary Layer. Environmental Modeling& Assessment, 19, 487-501 (2014)– Springer.

  116. Verdhen Anand., Bhagu Ram Chahar, and O.P. Sharma, 2014: Spring Time Snowmelt and Streamflow Predictions in the Himalayan Mountain. ASCE’s Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, vol.19(7), pp.1452-1461.

  117. Verdhen Anand., Bhagu Ram Chahar, and O.P. Sharma, 2014: Snowmelt Modelling Approaches in Watershed Models: Computation and Comparison of Efficiencies under Varying Climatic Conditions. Water Resource Management, vol.28(11), pp.2439-3453.

  118. Sati A.P. and Mohan M. (2014). Analysis of air pollution during a severe smog episode of November 2012 and the Diwali Festival over Delhi, India. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 35 (19) 6940 -6954. doi: 10.1080/01431161.2014.960618

  119. Misra, A. Jayaraman, D. Ganguly (2014), Validation of Version 5.1 MODIS Aerosol Optical Depth (Deep Blue Algorithm and Dark Target Approach) over a Semi-Arid Location in Western India, Aerosol and Air Quality Research, doi: 10.4209/aaqr.2014.01.0004.2015

  120. S. K. Dash, Vaishali Saraswat, S. K. Panda and Neha Sharma, 2013: A study of changes in rainfall and temperature patterns at four cities and corresponding meteorological subdivisions over coastal regions of India, Global and Planetary Change, 108, 175–194.

  121. S.K.Singh and Maithili Sharan, 2013: Simulation of Plume Dispersion from Single release in Fusion Field Trial-07 Experiment. Atmospheric Environment, 47, 50-57.

  122. S.K.Singh, Maithili Sharan and J.P Issartel, 2013: Inverse Modelling for Identification of Multiple-Point Releases from Atmospheric Concentration Measurements, Boundary Layer Meteorology 146, 277-295.

  123. K. M. Mphale, S. K. Dash, A. Adedoyin and S. K. Panda, 2013: Rainfall regime changes and trends in Botswana Kalahari Transects late summer precipitation, Theoretical and Applied Climatology, DOI 10.1007/s00704-013-0907-z.

  124. Stefano Cozzini, Deepika Vaddi, Savita Goel, Francesco De Giorgi and S. K. Dash, 2013: Regional Climate Simulations on EU-INDIA Grid Infrastructures: Methodologies and Performance, J. Grid Computing, DOI 10.1007/s10723-013-9286-z.

  125. K. C. Pattnayak, S. K. Panda and S. K. Dash, 2013: Comparative study of regional rainfall characteristics simulated by RegCM3 and recorded by IMD, Global and Planetary Change, 106, 111–122.

  126. A. Gupta, S. K. Dhaka, V. Panwar, R. Bhatnagar, V. Kumar, Savita M. Datta and S. K. Dash, 2013: AIRS satellite observations of seasonal variability in meridional temperature gradient over Indian region at 100hPa, Journal of Earth System Science, 122(1), 285-213.

  127. S. K. Dash, Dipak K. Sahu and S. C. Sahu, 2013: Impact of AWS observations in WRF-3 DVAR data assimilation system: A case study on abnormal warming condition in Odisha, Natural Hazards, 65(1), 767-798.

  128. A D Rao, Mourani Sinha, Sujit Basu, 2013: Bay of Bengal wave forecast based on genetic algorithm: a comparison of univariate and multivariate approaches, Applied Mathematical Modelling,, 4232-4244.

  129. P.Goyal, Anikender Kumar and Dhirendra Mishra, 2013: "The impact of air pollutants and meteorological variables on visibility in Delhi” Environmental Modeling and Assessment, DOI: 10.1007/S10666-013-9380-4.

  130. Anikender Kumar and Pramila Goyal, 2013: Forecasting of air quality index in Delhi using neural network based on principal component analysis, Pure and Applied Geophysics, 170, 711-722.

  131. Pramila Goyal, Dhirendra Mishra and Anikender Kumar, 2013: Emissions of criteria pollutants from vehicular traffic in Delhi, Journal of Environmental Research and Development 7 (4A), 1693-1702.

  132. Pramila Goyal, Dhirendra Mishra and Anikender Kumar, 2013: Vehicular emission inventory of criteria pollutants in Delhi, SpringerPlus 2, 216.

  133. Collins, M., AchutaRao, K., Ashok, K., Bhandari, S., Mitra, A. K., Prakash, S., Srivastava, R., Turner, A., 2013: Observational challenges in evaluating climate models, Nature Clim. Change 3 (11), 940-941, doi:10.1038/nclimate2012

  134. Manju Mohan, Yukihiro Kikegawa, B.R. Gurjar, Shweta Bhati and Narendra Reddy Kolli, 2013: Assessment of Urban Heat Island Effect for Different Landuse -Landcover from Micrometeorological Measurements and Remote Sensing Data: A Case Study for Megacity Delhi. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, Volume 112, Issue 3-4, DOI: 10.1007/s00704-012-0758-z.

  135. Medhavi Gupta and Manju Mohan, 2013: Assessment of contribution to PM10 concentrations from long range transport of pollutants using WRF/Chem over a subtropical urban airshed, Atmospheric Pollution Research, volume 4, Issue 4, Pages 405-410, doi: 10.5094/APR.2013.046.

  136. Sengupta, K., S. Dey and M. Sarkar, 2013: Structural evolution of monsoon clouds in the Indian CTCZ region, Geophysical Research Letters, 40, 5295–5299.

  137. S. Das, S. Dey, S. K. Dash and G. Basil, 2013: Examining mineral dust transport over the Indian subcontinent using the regional climate model, RegCM 4.1, Atmospheric Research, 134, 64-76.

  138. Singh Devendra, Vimlesh Pant, A. K. Kamra, 2013: Temperature-dependence of the positive intermediate ion concentrations at Maitri, Antarctica, Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics, 104, 67-74.

  139. K. Evans, P. Lauritzen, S. K. Mishra, R. Neale, M. A. Taylor, and J. J. Tribbia, 2013: AMIP Simulation with the CAM4 Spectral Element Dynamical Core. Journal of Climate, 26, 689 – 709.

  140. S. Verma, O. Boucher, H. C. Upadhyaya, and O. P. Sharma, 2013: Variations in sulphate aerosols concentration during winter monsoon season for two consecutive years using a general circulation model. Atmosfera, Vol. 26, 3, 359-367.

  141. Routray A.,U. C. Mohanty, Krishna K. Osuri, and S. Kiran Prasad (2013): Improvement of Monsoon Depressions Forecast with Assimilation of Indian DWR Data Using WRF-3DVAR Analysis System, Pure Appl. Geophys, DOI 10.1007/s00024-013-0648-z.

  142. Acharya, N., S Chattopadhyay, U C Mohanty, S K Dash and L N Sahoo, 2013: On the bias correction of general circulation model output for Indian summer monsoon, Meteorol. Appl., 20, 349-356.

  143. Sinha P., Mohanty U. C., Kar S. C., Dash S. K., and S Kumari (2013): Sensitivity of the GCM driven summer monsoon simulations to cumulus parameterization schemes in nested RegCM3, Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 112:285-306.

  144. Acharya, N, Singh A., Nair A, Mohanty U.C., Chattopadhayay S (2013): Performance of General Circulation Models and their ensembles for prediction of drought indices over India during summer monsoon, Natural Hazard Volume 66(2): 851-871.

  145. Nair A, Acharya, N, Singh A., Mohanty U.C. and Panda T.C. (2013): On the predictability of northeast monsoon rainfall over south peninsular India in General Circulation Models, Pure and applied Geophysics, DOI 10.1007/s00024-012-0633-y.

  146. Mohanty U.C, N Acharya, Ankita Singh, Archana Nair, M.A. Kulkarni, S.K. Dash, S.C. Kar, A.W. Robertson, A.K. Mitra, L.S. Rathore, K.K. Singh, D.R. Pattanaik, Dalip Singh , SurajitChattopadhyay, R.K. Rai, M.M.N Rao, P.Sinha, A.K. Mishra and R.K. Pal. (2013): Real-time Experimental Extended Range Forecast System (ERFS) for Indian summer Monsoon Rainfall: A case study for Monsoon 2011. Current Science 104(7), 856-870.

  147. Acharya, N, Mohanty U.C, Sahoo L.N. (2013): Probabilistic Multi-Model Ensemble Prediction of Indian Summer Monsoon Rainfall using General Circulation Models: A non-parametric approach, Comptes Rendus Geoscience, 345, 126–135.

  148. Acharya N , Kulkarni M.A., Mohanty U.C. and Singh A (2013): Performance of two version of NCEP Climate Forecast System for predicting Indian summer monsoon rainfall: comparison study, Acta Geophysica, Vol. 62 Issue 1, p199.

  149. Nair A., U.C.Mohanty and AW Robertson (2013): An analytical study of hindcasts from General Circulation Models for Indian Summer Monsoon Rainfall, Meteorological Applications, DOI: 10.1002/met.1395.

  150. Acharya, N., S.Chattopadhyay, U.C. Mohanty and K.Ghosh (2013): Prediction of Indian Summer Monsoon Rainfall: a weighted multi-model ensemble to enhance probabilistic forecast skills, Meteorological Applications, DOI:10.1002/met.1400.

  151. Thomas L., S.K. Dash, U.C. Mohanty (2013): Influence of various land surface parameterization schemes on the simulation of Western Disturbances. Meteorological Applications. DOI: 10.1002/met.1386.

  152. Sinha P., Mohanty U. C., Kar S. C. and S. Kumari (2013): Role of the Himalayan Orography in Simulation of the Indian Summer Monsoon using RegCM3, Pure Appl. Geophys. Springer Basel, DOI 10.1007/s00024-013-0675-9.

  153. Nair, A., U C Mohanty, and N. Acharya, 2013: Monthly prediction of rainfall over India and its homogeneous zones during monsoon season: a supervised principal component regression approach on general circulation model products, Theor. Appl. Clim., 111, 327-339.

  154. P. Sinha, U. C. Mohanty, S. C. Kar, S. K. Dash, A. W. Robertson and M. K. Tippett (2013): Seasonal prediction of the Indian summer monsoon rainfall using canonical correlation analysis of the NCMRWF global model products, Int. J. Climatol. 33: 1601–1614.