LIST OF PUBLICATIONS IN NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS


2016

1. Anitha Gera, A. K. Mitra, D. K. Mahapatra, I. M. Momin, E. N. Rajagopal, and Swati Basu, 2016: Sea surface height anomaly and upper ocean temperature over the Indian Ocean during contrasting monsoons. Dynamics of Atmospheres and Oceans, 75, 1-21.

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2. Anumeha Dube, Raghavendra Ashrit, Harvir Singh, G. R. Iyengar, and E. N. Rajagopal, 2016: Verification of Medium Range Probabilistic Rainfall Forecasts over India, 2016. Pure and Applied Geophysics, 173(7), 2489-2510.

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3. Anumeha Dube, Raghavendra Ashrit, Harvir Singh, Kopal Arora, G. R. Iyengar, and E. N. Rajagopal, 2016: Evaluating the performance of two Global ensemble forecasting systems in predicting rainfall over India during the southwest monsoons. Meteorological Applications (accepted).


4. Ashish Routray, U. C. Mohanty, Krishna K. Osuri, S. C. Kar, and Dev Niyogi, 2016: Impact of Satellite Radiance Data on Simulations of Bay of Bengal Tropical Cyclones Using the WRF-3DVAR Modeling System. IEEE-Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 54(4), 2285-2303

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5. Ashish Routray, Vivek Singh, John P. George, Saji Mohandas, and E. N. Rajagopal, 2016: Simulation of Tropical Cyclones over Bay of Bengal with NCMRWF Regional Unified Model. Pure and Applied Geophysics, (accepted)

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6. Bhatla, R., A. K. Singh, B. Mandal, S. Ghosh, S. N. Pandey, and Abhijit Sarkar, 2016: Influence of North Atlantic Oscillation on Indian Summer Monsoon Rainfall in Relation to Quasi-Binneal Oscillation. Pure and Applied Geophysics, 173(8), 2959-2970

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7. Devajyoti Dutta, Amar Jyothi Kasimahanthi, Preveen Kumar Devarajan, John P. George, and Ekkattil N. Rajagopal, 2016: Winter hailstorms signatures by C-band polarimetric radar at Delhi. Journal of Applied Remote Sensing, 10(2), 026022-026022.

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8. Imranali, M., A. K. Mitra, D. K. Mahapatra, and E. N. Rajagopal, 2016: Review of recent evaluation of satellite estimates sea surface salinity in the tropical Indian Ocean. Journal of Applied Remote Sensing, (accepted).

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9. Jayakumar, A., A. G. Turner, S. J. Johnson, E. N.Rajagopal, Saji Mohandas, and A. K. Mitra, 2016: Boreal summer sub-seasonal variability of the South Asian monsoon in the Met Office GloSea5 initialized coupled model. Climate Dynamics, (accepted)

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10. Joshi, M., and S. C. Kar, 2016: Value-added quantitative medium-range rainfall forecasts for the BIMSTEC region. Meteorological Applications, (accepted)

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11. Kar, S. C., and S. Tiwari, 2016: Model simulations of heavy precipitation in Kashmir, India. Natural Hazards, 81(1), 167-188.

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12. Madhulatha, A., John P. George, and E. N. Rajagopal, 2016: All-Sky Radiance Simulation of Megha-Tropiques SAPHIR Microwave Sensor using Multiple Scattering Radiative Transfer Model for Data Assimilation Applications. Journal of Earth System Science, (accepted).


13. Mahapatra, D. K., and A. D. Rao, 2016: Redistribution of low-salinity pools off east coast of India during southwest monsoon season. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 184, 21-29

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14. Mourani Sinha, Ravi Kumar Yadav, and Paromita Chakraborty, 2016: Island Modeling Using Unstructured Grid during a Tropical Storm. International Journal of Oceanography, (accepted)

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15. Prasad, V. S., and C. J. Johny, 2016: Impact of hybrid GSI analysis using ETR ensemble. Journal of Earth System Science, 125(3), 521-538.

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16. Prasad, V. S., C. J. Johny, and Jagdeep Singh Sodhi, 2016: Impact of 3D VarGSI-ENKF Hybrid Data Assimilation system. Journal of Earth System Science, (accepted).

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17. Prasad, V. S., C. J. Johny, P. Mali, Sanjeev Kumar Singh, and E. N. Rajagopal, 2016: Retrospective Analysis of NGFS for the years 2000-2011. Current Science, (accepted).


18. Prasad, V. S., M. Dhanya, Deepak Gopalakrishnana, A. Chandrasekara, and Sanjeev Kumar Singh, 2016: Impact of assimilating MeghaTropiques SAPHIR radiances in the simulation of tropical cyclones over Bay of Bengal using WRF model. International journal of Remote Sensing, 37(13), 3086-3103.

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19. Prasanta Kumar Bal, Andimuthu Ramachandran, Kandasamy Palanivelu, Perumal Thirumurugan, Rajadurai Geetha, and Bhaski Bhaskaran, 2016: Climate change projections over India by a downscaling approach using PRECIS. Asia-Pacific Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 52(4), 353-369.

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20. Prasenjit Das, John P. George, and Sumit Kumar, 2016: Verification of dust forecast over the Indian region with satellite and ground based observations. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 37(22), 5388-5411.

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21. Rajan, D., G. R. Iyengar, and A. K. Mitra, 2016: Diurnal and spatial variation of remotely sensed precipitation over Indian region. Journal of Applied Remote Sensing, (accepted).

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22. Satya Prakash, A. K. Mitra, I. M. Momin, E. N. Rajagopal, Sean F. Milton, and Gill M. Martin, 2016: Skill of short- to medium-range monsoon rainfall forecasts from two global models over India for hydro-meteorological applications. Meteorological Applications, (accepted).

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23. Satya Prakash, I. M. Momin, A. K. Mitra, P. S. Bhattacharjee, F. Yang, and V. Tallapragada, 2016: An early assessment of medium-range monsoon precipitation forecasts from the latest high-resolution NCEP-GFS (T1534) model over South Asia. Pure and Applied Geophysics, 173(6), 2215-2225.

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24. Satyanarayana, G. Ch., and S. C. Kar, 2016: Medium-range forecasts of extreme rainfall events during the Indian summer monsoon. Meteorological Applications, 23, 282-293.

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25. Shrivastava, S., S. C. Kar, and A. R. Sharma, 2016: Inter-annual variability of summer monsoon rainfall over Myanmar. International Journal of Climatology, (accepted).

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26. Shrivastava, S., S. C. Kar, and A. R. Sharma, 2016: Soil moisture variations in remotely sensed and reanalysis datasets during weak monsoon conditions over central India and central Myanmar. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, (accepted).

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27. Someshwar Das, Md. Nazrul Islam, and Mohan K. Das, 2016: Simulation of severe storm of tornadic intensity over Indo-Bangla region. Mausam, 67(2), 479-492.

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


29. Tiwari, S., S. C. Kar, and R. Bhatla, 2016: Atmospheric moisture budget during winter seasons in the western Himalayan region. Climate Dynamics, (accepted) .

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30. Tiwari, S., S. C. Kar, and R. Bhatla, 2016: Examination of snowmelt over Western Himalayas using remote sensing data. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 125,(1) 227-239.

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31. Tiwari, S., S. C. Kar, and R. Bhatla, 2016: Inter-annual variability of snow water Equivalent (SWE) over Western Himalayas. Pure and Applied Geophysics, 173(4), 1317-1335.

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32. Unnikrishnan, C. K., John P. George, Abhishek Lodh, Devesh Kumar Maurya, Swapan Mallick, E. N. Rajagopal, and Saji Mohandas, 2016: Validation of two gridded soil moisture products over India with in-situ observations. Journal of Earth System Science, 125(5), 935-944.

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33. Willetts, P. D., Andrew G. Turner, Gill M. Martin, G. Mrudula, Kieran M. R. Hunt, Douglas J. Parker, Christopher M. Taylor, Cathryn E. Birch, and A. K. Mitra, 2016: The 2015 Indian Summer Monsoon Onset - phenomena, forecasting and research flight planning. Weather, (accepted).

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2015

1. Anumeha Dube, Raghavendra Ashrit, Amit Ashish, Gopal Iyengar, and E.N.Rajagopal, 2015: Tropical Cyclone Forecast from NCMRWF Global Ensemble Forecast System, Verification and Bias Correction. Mausam, 66(3), 511-528.

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2. Gairola, R. M., Satya Prakash, and P. K. Pal, 2015: Improved rainfall estimation over the Indian monsoon region by synergistic use of Kalpana-1 and rain gauge data. Atmósfera, 28(1), 51-61.

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3. Jagvir Singh, Saji Mohan Das, and Ashok Kumar, 2015: Forecasts of rainfall (departures from normal) over India by dynamical model, Aquatic Procedia, 4, 764-771.

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4. Mitra, A. K., Satya Prakash, Imranali M. Momin, D. S. Pai, and A. K. Srivastava, 2014: Daily Merged Satellite Gauge Real-Time Rainfall Dataset for Indian Region. Vayumandal, 40(1-2), 33-43.

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5. Momin, I. M., A. K., Mitra, Satya Prakash, D. K. Mahapatra, A. Gera, and E. N. Rajagopal, 2015: Variability of sea surface salinity in the tropical Indian Ocean as inferred from Aquarius and in situ data sets. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 36(7), 1907-1920.

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6. Naidu, C. V., A. Dharma Raju, G. Ch. Satyanarayana, P. Vinay Kumar, G. Chiranjeevi, and P. Suchitra, 2015: An observational evidence of decrease in Indian summer monsoon rainfall in the recent three decades of global warming era. Global and Planetary Change, 127, 91–102.

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7. Pradhana, P.K., S. Dasamsetti , S.S.V.S., Ramakrishnac , Bhaskar Rao V. Dodlab, and Jagabandhu Pandad, 2015: Mesoscale Simulation of Off-Shore Trough and Mid-Tropospheric Cyclone associated with Heavy Rainfall along the West Coast of India using ARMEX Reanalysis. International Journal of Earth and Atmospheric Science, (accepted).

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8. Raghavendra Ashrit, Kuldeep Sharma, Anumeha Dube, Gopal Iyengar, Ashis Mitra, and E. N. Rajagopal, 2015: Verification of Short-Range Forecasts of Extreme Rainfall during Monsoon. Mausam, 66(3), 375-386.

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9. Saji Mohandas, and Harvir Singh, 2015: Spatial verification of rainfall forecasts for very severe cyclonic storm ‘Phailin’. Mausam, 66, 3, 369-384.

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10. Sarita Tiwari, Sarat C. Kar, and R. Bhatla, 2015: Examination of snowmelt over Western Himalayas using remote sensing data. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, (accepted).

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11. Satya Prakash, A. K. Mitra, A. AghaKouchak, and D. S. Pai, 2015: Error characterization of TRMM Multisatellite Precipitation Analysis (TMPA-3B42) products over India for different seasons. J. of Hydrology, (accepted).

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12. Satya Prakash, A. K. Mitra, and D. S. Pai, 2015: Comparing two high-resolution gauge-adjusted multisatellite rainfall products over India for the southwest monsoon period. Meteorological Applications, (22(3), 679-688, (accepted).

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13. Satya Prakash, A. K. Mitra, E. N. Rajagopal, and D. S. Pai, 2015: Assessment of TRMM-based TMPA-3B42 and GSMaP precipitation products over India for the peak southwest monsoon season. Intl. J. of Climatology, (accepted).

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14. Satya Prakash, A. K. Mitra, I. M. Momin, D. S. Pai, E. N. Rajagopal, and S. Basu, 2015: Comparison of TMPA-3B42 versions 6 and 7 precipitation products with gauge based data over India for the south-west monsoon period. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 16, 346-362.

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15. Satya Prakash, A. K. Mitra, I. M. Momin, R. M. Gairola, D. S. Pai, E. N. Rajagopal, and S. Basu, 2015: A review of recent evaluations of TRMM Multisatellite Precipitation Analysis (TMPA) research monitoring products against ground-based observations over Indian land and oceanic regions. Mausam , 66(3), 355-366.

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16. Satya Prakash, Ashis K. Mitra, Amir AghaKouchak, D.S. Pai, 2015: Error characterization of TRMM Multisatellite Precipitation Analysis (TMPA-3B42) products over India for different seasons. J. of Hydrology, (Elsevier), 529, 1302-1312.

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17. Satya Prakash, C. Mahesh, V. Sathiyamoorthy, R. M. Gairola, and A. K. Mitra, 2015: An investigation of long-term changes in rainfall over the equatorial Indian Ocean trough region during northern summer using multisatellite data. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, (accepted).

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18. Someshwar Das, Abhijit Sarkar, Mohan K. Das, Md. Mizanur Rahman, and Md. Nazrul Islam, 2015: Composite characteristics of Nor'westers based on observations and simulations. Atmospheric Research, 158-159, 158–178.

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2014

1. Anumeha Dube, Raghavendra Ashrit, Amit Ashish, Kuldeep Sharma, G. R. Iyengar, E. N. Rajagopal, and Swati Basu, 2014: Forecasting the heavy rainfall during Himalayan flooding - June 2013. Weather and Climate Extremes, 4, 22-34.

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2. Chourasia, M., R. G. Ashrit, and J. P. George, 2014: Impact of cyclone bogusing and regional assimilation on tropical cyclone track and intensity predictions.Mausam,64(1), 135-148.Abstract


3. Gairola, R. M., S. Prakash, M. T. Bushair, and P. K. Pal, 2014: Rainfall estimation from Kalpana-1 satellite data over Indian land and oceanic regions. Current Science, 107(8), 1275-1282. Abstract

4. Gairola, R. M., Satya Prakash, C. Mahesh, and B. S. Gohil, 2014: Model function for wind speed retrieval from SARAL-AltiKa radar altimeter backscatter: Case studies with TOPEX and JASON data. Marine Geodesy, 37(4), 379–388.
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5. Iyengar, G. R., Raghavendra Ashrit, Amit Ashish, Kuldeep Sharma, Munmun Das Gupta, E. N. Rajagopal, and Swati Basu, 2014: Improved prediction of cyclone Phailin (9-12 October 2013) with 4DVAR assimilation. Current Science, 107(6), 952-954.Abstract


6. Johnny, C. J., and V. S. Prasad, 2014: Impact of assimilation of Megha-Tropiques ROSA radio occultation refractivity by observing system simulation experiment. Current Science, 106(9), 1297-1305. Abstract

7. Kar, S. C., P. Mali, and A. Routray, 2014: Impact of land surface processes on the South Asian monsoon simulations using WRF modeling system. Pure and Applied Geophysics, 34, 631-654.Abstract

8. Mahesh, C., S. Prakash, R. M. Gairola, S. Shah. and P. K. Pal, 2014: Meteorological sub-divisional scale rainfall monitoring using Kalpana-1 VHRR measurements. Geographical Research, 52(3), 328-336.Abstract

9. Mahesh, C., S. Prakash, V. Sathiyamoorthy, and R. M. Gairola, 2014: An improved approach for rainfall estimation over Indian summer monsoon region using Kalpana-1 data. Advances in Space Research, 54(4), 685-693.Abstract

10. Panda, J., Harvir Singh, P. K. Wang, R. K. Giri, and A. Routray, 2014: A qualitative study of some meteorological features during tropical cyclone PHET using satellite observations and WRF modeling system. Journal of the Indian Society of Remote Sensing, (doi 10, 1007/s 1252-014-0386-4).Abstract

11. Prakash, S., Ashish K. Mitra, Imran M. Momin, E. N. Rajagopal, and S. Basu, 2014: Agreement between monthly land rainfall estimates from TRMM-PR and gauge-based observations over the South Asia. Remote Sensing Letters, 5(6), 558-567.Abstract


12. Prakash, S., Ashish K. Mitra, Imran M. Momin, E. N. Rajagopal, S. Basu, Mat Collins, Andrew G. Turner, K. Achuta Rao, and K. Ashok, 2014: Seasonal intercomparison of observational rainfall datasets over India during the southwest monsoon season. International Journal of Climatology, (doi:10.1002/joc.4129).Abstract


13. Prakash, S., R. M. Gairola, and A. K. Mitra, 2014: Comparison of large-scale global land precipitation from multisatellite and reanalysis products with gauge-based GPCC data sets, Theoretical and Applied Climatology, (doi10.1007/s00704-014-1245-5).Abstract


14. Prakash, S., R. M. Gairola, F. Papa, and A. K. Mitra, 2014: An assessment of terrestrial water storage: Rainfall and river discharge over northern India from satellite data. Current Science, 107(9), 1582-1586.Abstract

15. Prakash, S., V. Sathiyamoorthy, C. Mahesh, and R. M. Gairola, 2014: An evaluation of high-resolution multisatellite rainfall products over the Indian monsoon region. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 35(9), 3018-3035.Abstract


16. Prasad, Kiran S., U. C. Mohanty, A. Routray, Krishna K. Osuri, S. S. V. S. Ramakrishna, and Dev Niyogi, 2014: Simulation of thunderstorms during pre-monsoon season over Indian region using WRF-3DVAR analysis system. Natural Hazards, (doi: 10.1007/s11069-014-1250-0).Abstract


17. Prasad, V. S., S. Mohandas, S. K. Dutta , M. Das Gupta, G. R. Iyengar, E. N. Rajagopal, and S. Basu, 2014: Improvements in medium range weather forecasting system of India. Journal of Earth System Science, 123(2), 247-258.Abstract


18. Ranade Ashwini, A. K. Mitra, N. Singh, and Swati Basu, 2014: A verification of spatio-temporal monsoon rainfall variability across Indian region using NWP model output. Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics, 125(1-2), 43-61. Abstract


19. Routray, A., S. C. Kar, and P. Mali, 2014: Simulation of monsoon depressions over Indian region using WRF-VAR analysis system: Impact of background error statistics. Monthly Weather Review, 142(10), 3586-3613.Abstract


20. Saji Mohandas, and R. Ashrit, 2014: Sensitivity of different convective parameterization schemes on tropical cyclone prediction using a mesoscale model. Natural Hazards, 73 (2), 213-235.Abstract


21. Satya Prakash, A. K. Mitra, I. M. Momin, R. M. Gairola, D. S. Pai, E. N. Rajagopal, and S. Basu, 2014: A review of recent evaluations of TRMM multisatellite precipitation analysis (TMPA) research monitoring products against ground-based observations over Indian land and oceanic regions. Mausam,(accepted).Abstract


22. Satya Prakash, A. K. Mitra, I. M. Momin, D.S. Pai, E. N. Rajagopal, and S. Basu, 2014: Comparison of TMPA-3B42 versions 6 and 7 precipitation products with gauge based data over India for the south-west monsoon period. Journal of Hydrometeorology, (doi 10.1175/JHM-D-14-0024.1).Abstract


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


24. Someshwar Das, U. C. Mohanty, Ajit Tyagi, D. R. Sikka, P. V. Joseph, L. S. Rathore, Arjumand Habib, Saraju K. Baidya, Kinzang Sonam, and Abhijit Sarkar, 2014: The SAARC STORM: A coordinated field experiment on severe thunderstorm observations and regional modeling over the south asian region. Bulletin of American Meteorological Society, 95(4), 603-617.Abstract


25. Sumisha Velloth, Raghavendra S. Mupparthy, B. R. Raghavan, and Shailesh Nayak, 2014: Coupled correction and classification of hyperspectral imagery for mapping coral reefs of Agatti and Flat Islands, India. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 35(14), 5544-5561.Abstract


26. Surya K. Dutta, V. S. Prasad, and D. Rajan, 2014: Impact study of integrated precipitable water estimated from Indian GPS measurements. Mausam, 65(4), 461-480.Abstract


27. Sushil Kumar, A. Routray, Rashmi Chauhan, and Jagabandhu Panda, 2014: Impact of parameterization schemes and 3DVAR data assimilation for simulation of heavy rainfall events along west coast of India with WRF modeling system. International Journal of Earth and Atmospheric Science, 1, 18-34.Abstract


28. Tiwari, P. R., S. C. Kar, U. C. Mohanty, S. Dey, P. Sinha, P. V. S. Raju, and M. S. Shekhar, 2014: Dynamical Downscaling approach for wintertime seasonal-scale simulation over the western Himalayas. Acta Geophysica, 62, 930-952.Abstract


29. Tiwari, P. R., S. C. Kar, U. C. Mohanty, S. Kumari, P. Sinha, A. Nair, and S. Dey, 2014: Skill of precipitation prediction with GCMs over north India during winter season. International Journal of Climatology, 34, 3440–3455.Abstract


2013

1. Ashis K. Mitra, E. N. Rajagopal, G. R. Iyengar, D. K. Mahapatra, I. M. Momin, A. Gera, K. Sharma, J. P. George, R. Ashrit, M. Dasgupta, S. Mohandas, V. S. Prasad, Swati Basu, A. Arribas, S. F. Milton, G. M. Martin, D. Barker and M. Martin, 2013: Prediction of Monsoon using a Seamless Coupled Modeling System, Current Science, 104(10),1369- 1379. Abstract

2. Ashok Kumar, A. K. Mitra, A. K. Bohra, G. R. Iyengar and V. R. Durai, 2013: Multi-Model Ensemble (MME) Prediction of Rainfall using Canonical Variates During Monsoon Season in India, Mausam, 64(2), 211-220Abstract


3. Collins, M., K. Achuta Rao, K. Ashok, S. Bhandari, A. K. Mitra, S. Prakash, R. Srivastava and A. Turner, 2013: Observational Challenges in Evaluating Climate Models, Correspondence section, Nature Climate Change, 3(11), 940-941. Abstract


4. D. Rajan and G R. Iyengar, 2013: Dynamical Monsoon Indices, International Journal of Earth Sciences and Engineering, 06 (5), 1000-1011 Abstract


5. Harvir Singh and O. P Singh, 2013: Satellite derived precipitation estimates over the Indian region during southwest monsoons, Indian Journal of Geophysical Union 17 (1), 65-74 Abstract


6. Jagvir Singh, 2013: Application of Weather Forecasting In Mountaineering, Nehru Mounataineering Journal, 15, 77-88 Abstract Awaited


7. K. Sowjanya, Sarat Kar, A. Routray and P. Mali, 2013: Impact of SSM/I retrieval data on the systematic bias of analyses and forecasts of the Indian summer monsoon using WRF Assimilation system . International Journal of Remote Sensing, 34, 631-654.Abstract

8. M. Das Gupta and S. Indira Rani, 2013: Validation of Kalpana-1 atmospheric motion vectors against upper air observations and numerical model derived winds, International Journal of Remote Sensing, 34:7, 2350-2367 Abstract


9. Manjusha Chourasia, R. G. Ashrit and John P. George, 2013: Impact of cyclone bogusing and regional assimilation on tropical cyclone track and intensity predictions, Mausam, 64, 1, 135-148.Abstract


10. Mitra, A. K., I. M. Momin, E. N. Rajagopal, S. Basu, M. N. Rajeevan and T. N. Krishnamurti, 2013, Gridded Daily Indian Monsoon Rainfall for 14 Seasons: Merged TRMM and IMD Gauge Analyzed Values, J. of Earth System Science, 122(5), 1173-1182. Abstract


11. Momin, I. M., A. K. Mitra, D. K. Mahapatra, E. N. Rajagopal and L.Harenduprakash, 2013: Indian Ocean Simulation Results from NEMO Global Ocean Model, Ind. J. of Geo-Marine Sciences, 42(4), 425-430 Abstract

12. Momin,I. M., A. K.Mitra, D. K.Mahapatra, A. Gera and E. N. Rajagopal, 2013, Impact of Model Resolutions on Indian Ocean Simulations from NEMO Global Ocean Model, Ind. J. of Geo-Marine Sc., (accepted)Abstract

13. Osuri, K. K., U. C. Mohanty, A. Routray, M. Mohapatra, and D. Niyogi, 2013: Real-time Track Prediction of Tropical Cyclones over the North Indian Ocean using the ARW model, J. Appl. Meteorol. Climatol., 52, 24762492Abstract.

14. Prakash, S., and R. M. Gairola, 2013: Estimation of sea surface salinity in the tropical Indian Ocean by synergistic use of SMOS and RAMA buoy data, Methods in Oceanography, 8, 33-40, doi:10.1016/j.mio.2014.06.003.Abstract

15. Routray, U. C. Mohanty, Krishna K. Osuri, and S. Kiran Prasad, 2013: Improvement of Monsoon Depression Forecast with Assimilation of Indian DWR Data using WRF-3DVAR Analysis System, Pure and Appl. Geoph. 170, 2329-2350.Abstract

16. S. C. Kar and Sapna Rana, 2013: Interannual Variability of Winter Precipitation over Northwest India and Adjoining Region: Impact of Global Forcings. Theor. Appl. Climatol., DOI 10.1007/s00704-013-0968-z Abstract

17. S. Indira Rani and M. Das Gupta, 2013: An inter-comparison of Kalpana-1 and Meteosat-7 Atmospheric Vectors against Radiosonde winds and NWP forecasts during Monsoon 2011, Meteorological Applications,doi:10.1002/met.1411Abstract

18. S. Indira Rani and M. Das Gupta, 2013: Oceansat-2 and RAMA buoy winds: A comparison. Journal of Earth System Sciences 122(6), 1571-1582 Abstract

19. S. Indira Rani, M. Das Gupta, Priti Sharma and V. S. Prasad, 2013: Inter-comparison of Oceansat-2 and ASCAT winds against in-situ buoy observations and short-term numerical forecasts. Atmosphere Ocean (accepted) Abstract

20. Saji Mohandas and R. Ashrit, 2013, Sensitivity of different convective parameterization schemes on tropical cyclone prediction using a mesoscale model, Natural Hazards, 73(2) 213-235Abstract

21. Surya K Dutta, and V. S. Prasad, 2013: Impact of Precipitation Rate Assimilation over India and Surrounding Regions. Earth Science Research, 2(1).Abstract

22. U. C. Mohanty, 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, S. Chattopadhyay, R. K. Rai, M. M. N. Rao, P. Sinha, R. K. Pal and A. K. Mishra, 2013: Real-time experimental extended range forecast system for Indian summer monsoon rainfall: a case study for monsoon 2011, Current Science, 104 (7), 856-870 Abstract

23. V. S. Prasad, Anjari Gupta, E. N. Rajagopal and Swati Basu, 2013: Impact of OSCAT surface wind data on T574L64 assimilation and forecasting system a study involving tropical cyclone Thane. Current Science, 104(5), 627-632 Abstract


2012

1. Abhilash, S., A. K. Sahai, K. Mohankumar, John P. George and Someshwar Das 2012: Assimilation of Doppler Weather Radar Radial Velocity and Reflectivity Observations in WRF-3DVAR System for ShortRange Forecasting of Convective Storms. Pure and Applied Geophysics. doi: 10.1007/s00024-012-0462-z.

2. Ankita Singh, M. A. Kulkarni, U. C. Mohanty, S. C. Kar, A Robertson and G. Mishra, 2012: Prediction of Indian summer monsoon rainfall (ISMR) using canonical correlation analysis of global circulation model products. Meteorol. Appl., 19, 179188, doi: 10.1002/met.1333

3. Krishna K. Osuri, U. C. Mohanty, A. Routray, Makarand A. Kulkarni & M. Mohapatra, 2012: Customization of WRF-ARW model with physical parameterization schemes for the simulation of tropical cyclones over North Indian Ocean, Nat Hazards, 63(3) 13371359. ,

4. Kumar A., Mitra A. K., Bohra A. K., Iyengar G. R. and Durai V. R., 2012: Multi-Model Ensemble (MME) prediction of rainfall using neural networks during monsoon season in India’ Meteorological Applications 19, pp 161-169

5. Kumar A., Pai D. S., Singh J. V., Singh Ranjeet and Sikka D. R., 2012: Statistical models for long-range forecasting of southwest monsoon rainfall over India using stepwise regression and neural network.’ Atmospheric and Climate Sciences 2, 322-336.

6. Litta A. J, U. C. Mohanty, Someshwar Das and S. M. Ididcula, 2012: Numerical Simulation of Severe Local Storms over East India using WRF-NMM mesoscale model.Jour.Atmos.Res.http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.atmosres.2012.04.015.

7. Mohanty U. C., Routray A., Krishna K. Osuri and Kiran S. Prasad, 2012: A Study on Simulation of Heavy Rainfall Events Over Indian Region with ARW-3DVAR Modeling System, Pure Appl. Geophys. 169,2012, 381399

8. P. Sinha, U. C. Mohanty, S. C. Kar, S. K. Dash & S. Kumari, 2012: Sensitivity of the GCM driven summer monsoon simulations to cumulus parameterization schemes in nested RegCM3, Theor. Appl. Climatol., (doi 10.1007/s00704-012-0728-5)

9. P. Sinha, U. C. Mohanty, S. C. Kar, S. K. Dash, M. Tippett, A. Robertson, 2012: Seasonal Prediction of the Indian Summer Monsoon Rainfall using Canonical Correlation Analysis of Global Model Products, Int. J. Climatol., 32, (doi: 10.1002/joc.3536)

10. Rahman, M. M., D. S. Arya, N. K. Goel and A. K. Mitra, 2012: Rainfall Statistics Evaluation of ECMWF Model and TRMM Data over Bangladesh for Flood Related Studies ", Met. Applications (doi: 10.1002/met.293 )

11. Routray, Krishna K. Osuri, and Makarand A. Kulkarni, 2012: A Comparative Study on Performance of Analysis Nudging and 3DVAR in Simulation of a Heavy Rainfall Event Using WRFModeling System, International Scholarly Research Network (ISRN) Meteorology, doi:10.5402/2012/523942


2011

1.Dutta, Surya K., V. S. Prasad, 2011: Impact of Gridpoint Statistical Interpolation Scheme over Indian Region; J. Earth Syst. Sci., 120, 6, pp. 1095-1112

2. M. A. Kulkarni, N. Acharya, S. C. Kar, U.C. Mohanty, M. Tippett, A. Robertson, J. Luo and T. Yamagata, 2011: Probabilistic prediction of Indian Summer Monsoon Rainfall using Global Climate Models, Theor. Appl. Climatol, DOI 10.1007/s00704-011-0493-x

3. Mitra, A. K., G. R. Iyengar, V. R.Durai, J. Sanjay, T. N. Krishnamurti, A. Mishra and D. R. Sikka, 2011: Experimental Real-Time Multi-Model Ensemble (MME) Prediction of Rainfall During Monsoon 2008: Large-Scale Medium-Range Aspects, J. Earth Syst. Sci., 120, 1, 27-52

4. N. Acharya, S. C. Kar, M.A. Kulkarni, U. C. Mohanty, & L. N. Sahoo, 2011: Multi-model ensemble schemes for predicting northeast monsoon rainfall over peninsular India, J. Earth Syst. Sci., 120, 795-805

5. N. Acharya, S. C. Kar, U. C. Mohanty, M. A. Kulkarni & S. K. Dash, 2011: Performance of GCMs for seasonal prediction over India- a case study for 2009 monsoon. Theor. Appl. Climatol, DOI 10.1007/s00704-010-0396-2

6. Rahman, M. M., D. S. Arya, N. K. Goel and A. K. Mitra, 2011: Rainfall Statistics Evaluation of ECMWF Model and TRMM Data over Bangladesh for Flood Related Studies , Meteorological Applications, doi: 10.1002/met.293

7. S. C. Kar, 2011: Representation of Uncertainties in Seasonal Monsoon Predictions using a Global Climate Model, Challenges and Opportunities in Agrometeorology, Attri, S.D.; Rathore, L. S.; Sivakumar, M. V. K.; Dash, S. K. (Eds.), Springer publications, 61-72.

8. S. C. Kar, G. R. Iyengar and A. K. Bohra , 2011: Ensemble spread and systematic errors in the medium-range predictions during the Indian summer monsoon. Atmósfera 24(2), 173-191

9. S. C. Kar, N. Acharya, U.C. Mohanty, & M.A. Kulkarni, 2011: Skill of monthly rainfall forecasts over India using multi-model ensemble schemes, Int. J. Climatol. 31, 1-16, DOI: 10.1002/joc.


2010

1. Ashrit Raghavendra and Saji Mohandas, 2010: Mesoscale model forecast verification during monsoon 2008, Journal of Earth System Sciences, Vol. 119, No. 4, August 2010.

2. D. Rajan, T. Koike, 2010: Southwest and northeast monsoon season of India during 2004 by general circulation models PART1, International Journal of Meteorology Vol 35 No 344 147-154

3. D. Rajan, T. Koike, 2010: Southwest and northeast monsoon season of India during 2004: By general circulation models PART2, International Journal of Meteorology Vol 35 No 351 217-227

4. Dutta, Surya K., Munmun Das Gupta and V. S. Prasad, 2010: ‘Impact of AMDAR Observations from Lufthansa Aircraft on Global Analysis-Forecast System’; Mausam, 61, 2, pp. 213-220.”
5. Dutta, Surya K., V. S. Prasad, 2010: Assessment of WRF-Var assimilation for a Cyclonic storm Nisha; Current Science, vol. 99, No. 1, 86-91
6. Krishna K. Osuri, U. C. Mohanty, A. Routray and M. Mohapatra, 2010: Impact of Satellite Derived Wind Data Assimilation on track, intensity and structure of tropical cyclones over North Indian Ocean, Int. Jr. of Remote Sensing (doi: 10.1080/01431161.2011.596849)
7. M. Das Gupta and S. Indira Rani, 2010: Online Monitoring of Indian Observations and their Impact on NWP System. Vayumandal 38-45

8. Rashmi Bhardwaj, Ashok Kumar and Parvinder Maini, 2010: Towards a desirable skill location specific weather forecast using output from general circulation model during monsoon season, Vayumandal, Vol. 34,No.1-4,pp 67-84

9. U. C. Mohanty, Krishna K. Osuri, A. Routray, M. Mohapatra, Sujata Pattanayak, 2010: Simulation of Bay of Bengal Tropical Cyclones with WRF Model: Impact of Initial and Boundary Conditions, Marine Geodsy, 33, 294-314


2009

1. Dutta, S. K., Someshwar Das, S.C. Kar, U.C.Mohanty and P.C. Joshi, 2009: Impact of Vegetation on the Simulation of Seasonal Monsoon Rainfall over the Indian Subcontinent using a Regional Model. Jour. of Earth System Sciences, Vol. 118, (5), 413-440.

2. Dutta, S. K., Someshwar Das, S.C. Kar, U.C.Mohanty and P.C. Joshi, 2009: Impact of Downscaling on the Simulation of Seasonal Monsoon Rainfall over the Indian Region using a Global and Mesoscale Model. The Open Atmospheric Science Journal, 3, 79-98

3. Islam, M.N., Someshwar Das and H. Uyeda, 2009: Calibration of TRMM derived rainfall over Nepal during 1998-2007. The Open Atmospheric Science Journal, 3, 230-241

4. K. Taniguchi, D. Rajan, T. Koike, 2009: Effect of the variation in the lower tropospheric temperature on the wind onset of the Indian summer monsoon Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics, 75-94

5. Mitra, A. K., A. K. Bohra, M. N. Rajeevan and T. N. Krishnamurti, 2009: Daily Indian precipitation analyses formed from a merged of rain-gauge with TRMM TMPA satellite derived rainfall estimates, J. of Met. Soc. of Japan, 87A, 265-279

6. Rashmi Bhardwaj, Ashok Kumar and Parvinder Maini, 2009: Statistical interpretation forecast and its skill during monsoon season in India' International Journal of Meteorology 34(336), 39-47

7. Rashmi Bhardwaj , Ashok Kumar and Parvinder Maini, 2009: 'Evaluation of bias free rainfall forecasts and Kalman filtered temperature forecasts of T-80 model over Indian monsoon region, Mausam,60(2),pp 147-166 (Erratum ref: publ.year:2010,Mausam,61(2),pp last.).


2008

1. Abhilash, S., K. Mohankumar and Someshwar Das, 2008: Simulation of microphysical structure associated with tropical cloud clusters using mesoscale model and comparison with TRMM observations. International Journal of Remote Sensing (IJRS), Vol. 29, No. 8, 2411-2432

2. George J. P., Harenduprakash L., and Man Mohan , 2008: Multi year Changes of Aerosol Optical Depth in the Monsoon Region of the Indian Ocean since 1986 as seen in the AVHRR and TOMS data, Annales Geophysicae, 26, 7-11.

3. Jagvir Singh, R. G. Ashrit, John P. George, R. Singh and V. K.Jain, 2008: Prediction of Heavy Rainfall Situations in India During 2007, Journal of Agrometeorology, Vol. 10, Part-II, pp 353-360

4. Krishnamurti, T N, Swati Basu, J. Sanjay and C. Gnanaseelan, 2008: Evaluation of several different planetary boundary layer schemes within a single model, a unified model and a multimodel superensemble, Tellus A, 60(1), 42-61.

5. Narkhedkar, S. G., S. K. Sinha and A. K. Mitra, 2008, Mesoscale objective analysis of daily rainfall with satellite and conventional data over Indian summer monsoon region, Geofizika, Vol 25(2), 159-178.

6. Rashmi Bhardwaj, Ashok Kumar, Parvinder Maini, 2008 ,' Statistical interpretation forecast and its skill during monsoon season in India.' , International Journal of Meteorology, 34(336),39-47.

7. Saji Mohandas, S. K. Dash and P.K. Mohanty, 2008, Indian Summer Monsoon Simulation Studies With Different Orographic Representations In A Spectral GCM, Int. J. Climatol., DOI:10.1002/joc.1709.

8. Someshwar Das, R. Ashrit, G. R. Iyengar, Saji Mohandas, M. Das Gupta, John P. George, E. N. Rajagopal and Surya Kanti Dutta, 2008: Skills of different mesoscale models over Indian region during monsoon season: Forecast errors, J. Earth Syst. Sci. 117, No. 5, October 2008, pp. 603620.


2007

1. Abhilash, S., Das, S., Kalsi, S. R., Gupta, M. D., Kumar K. M., George, J. P., Banerjee, S. K., Thampi, S. B., and Pradhan, D., 2007: Impact of Doppler radar wind in simulating
the intensity and propagation of rain bands associated with mesoscale convective complexes using MM5-3DVAR system, PAGEOPH, Vol. 164, No. 8-9, 1491-1509.

2. Abhilash, S., Das, S., Kalsi, S. R., Gupta, M. D., Kumar K. M., George, J. P., Banerjee, S. K., Thampi, S. B., and Pradhan, D., 2007: Assimilation of Doppler Weather Radar observations in a Mesoscale model for the Prediction of Intense Rainfall Events Associated with Mesoscale Convective Systems using 3DVAR, Journal of Earth System Science, 116, No.4, 275-304.

3. B. K. Basu, 2007: Diurnal Variation in Precipitation over India during the Summer Monsoon Season: Observed and Model, Monthly Weather Review, 135(6), 2155-2167.

4. B. K. Basu and G. R. Iyengar, 2007: Features of Indian Summer Monsoon 2004 Observed and Model forecasts. Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan, 85A, 325-326.

5. Das, S., R. Ashrit, M. W. Moncrieff, M. Das Gupta, J. Dudhia, C. Liu, and S. R. Kalsi, 2007: Simulation of intense organized convective precipitation observed during the Arabian Sea Monsoon Experiment (ARMEX), J. Geophys. Res., 112, D20117, doi:10.1029/2006JD007627

6. Das Gupta M, P. K. Pradhan, Someshwar Das & U. C. Mohanty, 2007: Simulation of Rain-Bearing Summer Monsoon Systems along West-coast of India using ARMEX Reanalysis, Natural Hazards, Springer, 42, 379-390

7. Mali P., K. K. Singh, A. B. Bhattacharya and Ranjeet Singh, 2007: Studies of Severe Thunderstorm Characteristics in Chhota Nagpur Region of India using GCM outputs and its association with Radar Reflectivity, The International Journal of Meteorology, Vol.32, 320, 183-192.

8. Mandal V., U. K. De, and B. K. Basu, 2007: Precipitation Forecast Verification of the Indian Summer Monsoon with Intercomparison of Three Diverse Regions, Weather and Forecasting, 22(3), 428-443.

9. Prasad V S. and T. Hayashi, 2007: Active, Weak and Break spells in the Indian summer monsoon, MAP, 95(1-2), 53-61.

10. Prasad V. S. and Taiichi Hayahi, 2007: Large scale summer monsoon rainfall over India and its relation to 850 hPa wind shear, Hydrological Process, 21, 1992-1996 DOI:10.1002/hyp.6707.

11. Rashmi Bhardwaj, Ashok Kumar, Parvinder Maini, S. C. Kar, L. S. Rathore, 2007: Bias free rainfall forecast and temperature trend based temperature forecast based upon T-170 model during monsoon season, Meteorolgical Applications 14(4),pp 351-360.

12. Vijay Kumar T. S., Sanjay J, Basu B. K., Mitra A. K., Rao D. V., Sharma O. P., Pal P. K., Krishnamurti T. N., 2007: Experimental superensemble forecasts of tropical cyclones over the Bay of Bengal., Natural Hazards, Springer, vol 41(3): 471-485.


2006

1. Ashrit, R. G., M. Das Gupta and A. K. Bohra, 2006: MM5 simulation of 1999 Orissa Super Cyclone: Impact of bogus vortex on track and intensity prediction MAUSAM, 57(1), 129-134.

2. Bohra A. K., Swati Basu, E. N. Rajagopal, G. R. Iyengar, M. Dasgupta, R. Ashrit, and B. Athiyaman, 2006: "Heavy Rainfall Episode over Mumbai on 26th July 2005: Assessment of NWP Guidance”. Current Science, 90, 1188-1194.

3. Das Someshwar, R. G. Ashrit and M. W. Moncrieff, 2006: Simulation of Himalayan cloudburst event. J. Earth Syst. Sci. 115 (3), 299-313

4. Kar S. C., Anahit Hovsepyan and C. K. Park, 2006: Economic values of the APCN multi-model ensemble categorical seasonal predictions. Meteorological Applications , 13 , 03 , 267-277

5. Krishnamurti T. N., A. K.Mitra, T. S. V. Vijaykumar, W. T. Yun and William K. Dewar, 2006: Seasonal Climate Forecasts of the Asian Monsoon Using Multiple Coupled Models, Tellus A, 58(4), 487-507.

6. Krishnamurti T. N., T. S. V. Vijaya Kumar and A. K. Mitra ,2006: "Seasonal Climate Prediction of Indian Summer Monsoon " in book " The Asian Monsoon" edited by Bin Wang (Jan 2006), Springer Praxis Books Publication, pages 553-582.

7. Mall R K, Ranjeet Singh, Akhilesh Gupta, G Srinivashan and L S Rathore, 2006: Impact of climate change on India Agriculture : a review, Climate Change, 2006, 78 :445-478

8. Mall R K , A Gupta, Ranjeet Singh and L S Rathore , 2006: Water Resources and Climate change-An Indian Perspective, Current Science V-90 No-12 June-2006, 1610-1626

9. Sinha S. K., S. G. Narkhedkar and A.K.Mitra, 2006: " Barnes Objective Analysis Scheme of Daily Rainfall over Maharastra (India) on a Mesoscale Gri ", Atmosfera, vol 19 (2), 109 - 126.

10. Srinivas, C. V., R. Venkatesan, N. V. Muralidharan, Someshwar Das, Hari Dass and P. Eswara Kumar, 2006: Operational Mesoscale Atmospheric Dispersion Prediction using Parallel Computing Cluster. J. Earth Syst. Sci., Vol. 115, No. 3, 315-332.

2005

1. Ashrit, R. G., Akio Kitoh, and Seiji Yukimoto, 2005: Transient Response of ENSO-Monsoon Teleconnection in MRI-CGCM2.2 Climate Change Simulations. J. Met. Soc. Japan 83(3),273-291.

2. Basu B. K., 2005: Some Characteristics of Model-Predicted Precipitation during the Summer Monsoon over India. JAM (AMS), 44(3), 324-339.
3. Chaves R.R., A.K.Mitra and T.N.Krishnamurti, 2005: Seasonal Climate Prediction for South America with FSU Multi Model Synthetic Superensemble Algorithm. Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics (Special Issue on Regional Climate Change and Variability), 89 (1-4), 37-56
4. Das Someshwar, 2005: Mountain weather forecasting using MM5 modeling system. Current Science, Vol. 88, No. 6, 899-905.
5. Dash S. K. and Saji Mohandas, 2005: Comparative study of different orographic representations with respect to the Indian summer Monsoon simulation. Acta Geophysica Polonica, 53, 3, 325 - 340.

6. Das Gupta, Munmun, Someshwar Das, K. Prasanthi, P. K. Pradhan, U.C. Mohanty, 2005: “Validation of upper-air observations taken during the ARMEX-I and its impact on the global analysis-forecast system”. Mausam, January 2005, Vol. 56, No., 139-146

7. Dimri, A. P. U. C. Mohanty and L. S. Rathore, 2005: Minimum temperature forecast at Manali, India. Current Science, Vol. 88, No. 6, 927-934.

8. Dimri, A.P. U. C. Mohanty and L.S.Rathore, 2005: Point probabilistic prediction of precipitation and quantitative precipitation forecast in western Himalayas. Mausam, 56, 3 (July 2005), pp 535-542.

9. Madan O.P. U.C.Mohanty, G. R. Iyengar, R.P.Shivahare, A.P.Rao, N.V.Sam and R. Bhatla, 2005: Offshore trough and very heavy rainfall events along the West Coast of India during ARMEX-2002. MAUSAM, 56 No 1, 37-48.

10. Mitra, A.K., L.Stefanova, T.S.V.Vijaya Kumar and T.N.Krishnamurti, 2005: Seasonal Prediction for the Indian Monsoon Region with FSU Ocean-Atmosphere Coupled Model: Model Mean and 2002 Anomalous Drought. Pure & Applied Geophysics, 162( 8-9), 1431-1454.

11. Mohanty U. C, N.V. Sam, Someshwar Das and Swati Basu,2005: A study on the Convective Structure of the Atmosphere over the West Coast of India during ARMEX I. Mausam, 56,1,49-58.

12. Prasad V. S., and Taiichi Hayashi, 2005: Onset and Withdrawal of Indian Summer monsoon, Geophysical Research Letters, Vol 32, L20715, DOI: 10.1029/2005GL023269

13. Rajagopal E. N. and G. R. Iyengar, 2005: Mesoscale forecasts with Eta model over Indian region, Current Science, 88, 906-912.

14. Rama Rao, Y. V., S. C. Kar, T. S. V. Vijaya Kumar, S. R. Kalsi, H. R. Hatwar and S.K. Roy Bhowmik (2005) Improvements in the weather prediction over the Indian region using Regional spectral Model, Mausam, 56(2),343-256.

15. Saji Mohandas and E.N. Rajagopal, 2005: Sensitivity of Land Surface Parameterisation on Regional Spectral Model forecasts. Current Science, 88, 6, 935 - 941.

16. Singh K. K, A K Baxla, J L Chaudhary, S Kaushik and Akhilesh Gupta, 2005: Exploring the possibility of second crop in Bastar Plateau region of Chhattishgarh using DSSAT crop simulation model. Agrometeorology Jr., Vol 7(2). 10.1029/2005GL023269

17. Yun W. T., L. Stefanova, A. K. Mitra, T. S. V. Vijaya Kumar, W. Dewar and T. N. Krishnamurti, 2005: A multi-model superensemble algorithm for seasonal climate prediction using DEMETER forecasts. Tellus A, 57A(3), 280-289.


2004

1. Das, Someshwar, Prasad A. V. S. K., U. C. Mohanty, A. K. Mitra and D. Rajan, 2004: Study of CLWP and TPW from IRS-P4/MSMR and NWP Model Output, J. of the Indian Society of Remote Sensing, 32(2), 175-184.

2. Krishna Kumar K., Rupa Kumar K., Ashrit R.G., Deshpande N.R. and Hansen ,J.W., Climate impacts on Indian agriculture, Int. J. Climatol, 24, 2004, 1375-1393

3. Krishnamurti, T. N., J. Sanjay , A. K.Mitra and T. S. V .Vijay Kumar, 2004: Determination of forecast errors arising from different components of model physics and dynamics. Monthly Weather Review , 132 (11), 2570-2594

4. Maini P, Ashok Kumar, S.V.Singh and L.S.Rathore. 2004. Operational model for Forecasting location specific quantitative precipitation and probability of precipitation over India. Journal of Hydrology. 288, 1-2:170-188.

5. Mali P., M. Pulikesi, P. Baskaralingam, K. Vasanth Kumar, V. Ramamurthi and S. Sivanesan, 2004: Global concern for the strategies phasing out of Ozone Depleting Substances, Ind. J. Environmental Protection, Vol. 24, No.6, 415-419,

6. Mall R.K., M.Lal, V.S.Bhatia, L.S.Rathore, Ranjeet Singh, 2004: Mitigating Climate change impact on Soybean productivity in India: A simulation study. Agriculture & Forest Meteorology. Vol.121, 113-125.

7. Narayanan M. S., B.M. Rao, Shivani Shah, V.S. Prasad and G.S. Bhat, 2004: Role of atmospheric stability over Arabian Sea and unprecedented failure of monsoon 2002. Current Science, Vol. 86, No, 7, 938-947.

2003

1. Ashrit, R. G., Herve Douville, and K. Rupa Kumar, 2003: Response of the Indian Monsoon to Enhanced Greenhouse Effect in Transient Simulations of the CNRM Coupled Model. J. Met. Soc. Japan 81(4), 779-803.

2. Basu B K., 2003: Verification of model predicted precipitation over India during the summer monsoon of 1997, Mausam , 54(2), 359-76

3. Das, A.K., U. C. Mohanty, Someshwar Das, M. Mandal and S. R. Kalsi, 2003: Circulation characteristics of a monsoon depression during BOBMEX-99 using high resolution analysis. Journal of Earth & Planetary Sciences 112, No.2, 165-184

4. Das Someshwar S. V. Singh, E. N. Rajagopal and Robert Gall, 2003: Mesoscale modeling for mountain weather forecasting over the Himalayas, BAMS, September 2003, 1237-1244.

5. Das Gupta Munmun, A. K. Mitra, V. S. Prasad and D. Rajan, 2003: Utilization of ATOVS temperature and moisture at NCMRWF - Results from recent experiments. Mausam , 54(1), 215-224.

6. Das Gupta Munmun, Swati Basu, R. K. Paliwal, U. C. Mohanty and Nelson V. Sam, 2003: Assimilation of special observations taken during the INDOEX and its impact on the global analysis-forecast system. Atmosfera, 16,103-118.

7. Goswami B. N., and E. N. Rajagopal, 2003: Indian Ocean Surface winds from NCMRWF as Compared to QuikSCAT and Moored Buoy winds, Proc. Ind. Acad. Sci.(Earth, Planet. Sci.), 112, 61-77.

8. Kar S C, K. Rupa, M. Das Gupta, S. V. Singh, 2003: Analyses of Orissa Super Cyclone using TRMM (TMI), DMSP (SSM/I) and OceanSat-I (MSMR) Derived Data. The Global Atmosphere and Ocean System, 9 (1-2), 1-18.
9. Kar S. C., S. Pattnaik, K. Rupa, V. S. Prasad and S. V. Singh, 2003: Impacts of surface wind and moisture data from microwave sensors in the analysis and prediction of weather in the Indian Ocean region: Mausam, 54, 225-236.
10. Maini P, Ashok Kumar, L. S. Rathore and S. V. Singh, 2003: Forecasting maximum and minimum temperatures by statistical interpretation of numerical weather model output. Weather and Forecasting, 18, 5.938-952.
11. Mali P., S. K. Sarkar and J. Das, 2003: Raindrop size distribution measurements at a tropical station, Indian Journal of Radio & Space Physics, Vol.32, 296-300

12. Mitra, A.K., M. Dasgupta, S. V. Singh and T. N. Krishnamurti, 2003: Daily rainfall for Indian monsoon region from merged satellite and raingauge values: large-scale analysis from real-time data. Journal of Hydrometeorology (AMS), 4(5), 769-781.

13. Mitra, A.K., M. Das Gupta, R.K.Paliwal and S.V.Singh, 2003: Observed daily large-scale rainfall patterns during BOBMEX-99 . Proceedings of Indian Academy of Sciences (Earth & Planetary Science), 112(2), 223-232.

14. Mohanty, U. C., N. V. Sam, Someshwar Das, A. N. V. Satyanarayana, 2003: A study on the structure of convective atmosphere over the Bay of Bengal during BOBMEX-99. Journal of Earth & Planetary Sciences, 112, No.2, 147-163.

15. Prasad V. S., 2003: Impact of High Resolution Satellite Wind Vector Data on NCMRWF Assimilation and Forecasting System, Mausam , 54, 237-246.

16. Prasad V. S., K. J. Ramesh, A. K. Bohra and Sant Prasad, 2003: Height reassignment of INSAT CMVs and its Impact on the Global Data Assimilation and Forecast System. Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics, 83(3-4), 163-172.

17. Rao P. L. S, U. C.Mohanty, P. V. S.Raju and Gopal Iyengar, 2003: The Indian summer monsoon as revelaed by the NCMRWF system. Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences, Earth and Planetary Sciences, Vol 112, No 1, 95-112.

18. S. D. Attri and Rathore L. S, 2003: Simulation of impact of projected climate change on wheat in India. International J. Climatology, 23 (6): 693-705.

19. S. D. Attri and Rathore L. S., 2003: Pre-harvest estimation of wheat yield for NW India using climate and weather forecast. Mausam, 54, 729-738.

2002

1. Ashok Kumar, P. Maini L. S.Rathore and S. V. Singh, 2002: skill of statistical interpretation forecasting system during monsoon season in India. Atmospheric science letters. An Electronic journal of Royal Meteorological Society, UK. 3(1), 25-37.

2. Attri,S.D., Anubha Kaushik, L.S.Rathore and B.Lal, 2002: Simulation of water management using non-traditional techniques. Mausam, 53, 3, 329-336.

3. Basu, Swati, G. R. Iyengar and A. K. Mitra, 2002: Impact of non-local closure scheme in simulation of Monsoon system over India, Monthly Weather Review, 130 (1), 161-170.

4. Das Gupta, Munmun., S. R. H. Rizvi and A. K.Mitra, 2002: Impact of ERS-2 Scatterometer wind on Global analysis-Forecast System, Mausam,53(2),153-164.

5. Das, Someshwar, A.K.Mitra, G.Iyengar and J.V.Singh, 2002: Skill of medium range forecasts over the Indian monsoon region using different parameterisations of deep convection, Weather & Forecasting , 17 (6), 1194-1210.

6. Ethé, C., C. Basdevant, R. Sadourny, K. S. Appu, L. Harenduprakash, P. R. Sarode, and G. Viswanathan, 2002: Air mass motion, temperature, and humidity over the Arabian Sea and western Indian Ocean during the INDOEX intensive phase, as obtained from aset of superpressure drifting balloons. J. Geophys. Res., 107,8023

7. Jain Pankaj, Ashok Kumar, Parvinder Maini and S.V.Singh, 2002: Short range SW monsoon rainfall forecasting over India using neural networks. Mausam 53(2): 225-232.

8. Maini P., Ashok Kumar, S. V. Singh and L. S. Rathore, 2002: Statistical interpretation of NWP products in India. Meteorol. Appli. , 9, 21-31.

9. Mohanty U. C., N. V. Sam and Swati Basu, 2002: Simulation of Marine Boundary Layer Characteristics over the Indian Ocean during INDOEX. Indian Journal of Radio Physics.,31, 376-390.

10. Rajan, D., A. K. Bohra , A. K. Mitra, V. S. Prasad, R. K. Paliwal, and V. B. Bhatia, 2002: "Moisture Profiles from Satellite Data over Indian Ocean Area". International Journal of Remote Sensing, 23(15) 2951-2969.

11. Rajan, D., B Simon, P. C. Joshi, V.B.Bhatia, A. K. Mitra and R K Paliwal ,2002: Impact of NOAA/TOVS derived moisture profile over ocean on global data assimilation and medium range weather forecasting , Atmosfera, 15(4), 223-236.

12. Rajesh Kumar, K. K. Singh, B. R. D. Gupta, A. K. Baxla, L.S. Rathore and S.D. Attri, 2002: Optimum sowing date for soybean in central India using CROPGRO and climprob symbiosis. Meteorol. Appl. 9(2):247-254.

13. Rathore, L. S. K.K. Singh, S.A. Saseendran and A.K. Baxla, 2002: Modeling the impact of climate change on rice production in India. Mausam, 52(1):263-274.

14. Rizvi S. R. H., , E. L. Bensman , T. S. V. Vijaya Kumar , A. Chakraborty , T. N. Krishnamurti, 2002: “ Impact of CAMEX-3 data on the analysis and forecasts of Atlantic hurricanes”. Meteorology & Atmospheric Physics, vol 79 (No 1-2),13-32.

15. Rupa, K., S. R. H. Rizvi, S. C.Kar, U. C.Mohanty, R. K. Paliwal, 2002 ‘ Assimilation of IRS-P4 (MSMR) meteorological data in NCMRWF global data assimilation system‘, Proceedings of Indian Academy of Sciences (Earth & Planetary Science), Special PORSEC Issue, 111(3), 351-364.

16. Saseendran, S. A., S. V. Singh, L. S. Rathore and Someshwar Das, 2002: Characterization of weekly cumulative rainfall forecasts over meteorological sub-divisions of India using a GCM. Weather and Forecasting, Vol. 17, 4, 832-844.

17. Sareendran, S. A., S. V. Singh, L. S. Rathore and Someshwar Das, 2002: Characterization of weekly cumulative rainfall forecasts over meterorological sub-division of India using a GCM. Weather and Forecasting, Vol. 17, 4,832-844.

18. Singh J. V., V. S. Prasad,K. J. Ramesh and R. K. Paliwal, 2002: Impact of Additional Upper Air Data on Prediction Of Western Disturbance: A Case Study. Vatavaran, Vol. 25, 1-10.

19. Tiwari, S. A. K. Pandey, J. V. Singh and K. Ali, 2002: Wet Precipitation (fog water) Chemistry at Delhi, North India. Indian Journal of Air Pollution Control, Vol. II, No. 1, April 2002


2001

1. Basu B. K., 2001: Simulation of the Summer Monsoon over India in the Ensemble of Seasonal Simulations from the ECMWF Reanalyzed Data. J Clim., 14(7), 1440-1449.

2. Basu Swati, 2001: Impact of the parameterization schemes in simulation of boundary layer structure at Anand using GCM and validation with LASPEX data. Journal of Agrometeorology,Vol 3,Nos 1&2,275-286.

3. Basu Swati and M. Dasgupta, 2001: Impact of INDOEX data in the NCMRWF Analysis-Forecast system and evolution of boundary layer structure during IFP-99. Current Science, Vol 80 (Supplement),7-11.

4. Das Someshwar, A. K. Mitra, G. Iyengar and S. Mohandas, 2001: Comprehensive Test Of Different Cumulus Parameterization Schemes For The Simulation Of The Indian Summer Monsoon , Meteorology & Atmospheric Physics, Vol. 78, No.3-4, 227-244.

5. Harenduprakash L. and G. R. Iyengar, 2001: Constant pressure trajectories based on the NCMRWF analyses verification and results. Current Science, 80, 18-24

6. Iyengar, G. R., K. J. Ramesh, R. K. Paliwal and O. P. Madan, 2001: Structural characteristics of the inter-tropical convergence zone over the equatorial Indian Ocean during INDOEX-1999 field phase experiment. Current Science, 76, No. 7, 903-906.

7. John P. George, 2001: Shortwave Radiative forcings by mineral dust aerosols over Arabian sea: A model study. Current science, Vol. 80, 97-99

8. John P. George, 2001: Validation of a radiation parameterization scheme using LASPEX data., Journal of Agrometeorology, Vol.3, 89-95

9. Kar S. C., M. Sugi and N. Sato, 2001: Inter-annual variability of the Indian summer monsoon and Internal Oscillations in the JMA global model simulations. J. Meteorol. Soc. Japan, 79(2), 607-623.

10. Mall R. K., B. R. D. Gupta and K. K. Singh, 2001: Application of SPAW model parameters- optimum sowing date and water stress to explain wheat yield variability. Mauasm. 52(3) pp: 567-574. New Delhi.

11. Patra, A. K. Someshwar Das, John P. George, R. K. Paliwal, A. P. Mitra. 2001: Study of the variability of convective heating and moistening using simplified Arakawa-Schubert convection scheme during INDOEX IFP-99 . Current Science, Vol 80, 25-29

12. Rajan, D., A. K. Mitra, S. R. H. Rizvi, R. K. Paliwal, A. K. Bohra and V. B. Bhatia, 2001: Impact of Satellite Derived Moisture in a Global Numerical Weather Prediction Model, Atmosfera ,14(4), 203-209.

13. Rajan, D., A. K. Mitra, S. R. H. Rizvi, R. K. Paliwal, A. K. Bohra, and V. B. Bhatia, 2001: "Impact of Satellite Derived Moisture in Global NWP Model", Atmosphera, 14(4), 203-209.

14. Rajagopal E. N., 2001: Validation of land surface parameters in NCMRWF model with LASPEX dataset. Proc. National Workshop on Preliminary Results of Land Surface Processes Experiment (LASPEX-97), J. Agrometeorology, Vol. 3, 217-226.
15. Saseendran S. A., D. Raji Reddy, L. S. Rathore, S. B. S. Narsimha Rao and S. V. Singh., 2001: Validation of CERES_Rice V3.5 under the climate of Andhra Pradesh state, India. Mausam, 52, 3, 551-560.
16. S. D. Attri, K. K. Singh, Anubha Kaushik, L. S. Rathore, Nisha Mendiratta and B.Lal. 2001: Evaluation of dynamic simulation model for wheat genotypes under diverse environments in India. Mausam, 52, 3, 561-566.

17. Tiwari Suresh, J. V. Singh, G. A. Monin, P. S. P. Rao, P. D. Safai and K. Ali, 2001: Influence of Calcium and Sulfate on the pH of Rainwater at Delhi. Indian Journal of Radio & Space Physics Vol. 30, December, 2001, pp. 325-331

2000

1. Ashok Kumar, Parvinder Maini, L. S. Rathore and S. V. Singh, 2000: An operational medium range local weather forecasting system developed in India. Int. J. Climatol., 20: 73-87.

2. Basu Swati, 2000: Marine boundary layer simulation and verification during BOBMEX-Pilot using NCMRWF model. Earth and Planetary Sciences, Vol. 109, No. 2. Pp: 285-292.

3. Basu Swati, R. K. Paliwal, A. N. V. Satyanarayana, U. C. Mohanty and Nelson V. Sam, 2000: Comparative study of NCMRWF-GCM with one dimensional PBL model in simulating marine boundary layer characteristics using INDOEX-IFP99 Data. Current Science, Vol 80 (Supplement), 55-59.

4. Das Gupta Munmun and Jagvir Singh, 2000: "Real Time Meteorological Data Processing at National Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasting(NCMRWF)", Vayumandal, Vol 30, No. 3-4, July-December 2000 pp:42-47

5. Mall R. K. and K K Singh, 2000: Climate variability and wheat yield progress in Punjab using the CERES-wheat and WTGROWS models. Vayumandal, July-December pp: 35-40.

6. Mall R. K., B. R. D. Gupta, K.K. Singh and T.K. Singh, 2000: Phenology and yield of wheat (triticum aestivum) in relation to growing degree days and photothermal units. Indian Jr. of Agricultural Sciences. 70 (10) pp: 647-652.

7. Rajesh Kumar, K. K. Singh, B. R. D. Gupta, A. K. Baxla, L. S. Rathore and S. D. Attri, 2000: Optimum sowing date for Soybean in central India using CROPGRO and ClimProb symbiosis. Meteorological Applications. U.K. (Published)

8. Saseendran, S. A., K. K.Singh, L. S. Rathore, S. V. Singh and S. K. Sinha, 2000: Effects of climate change on rice production in the tropical humid climate of Kerala, India. Climatic Change, 44, 495-514.

9. Satyanarayana, A. N. V., U. C. Mohanty, N. V. Sam, Swati Basu, and V. N. Lykossov, 2000: Numerical simulation of Marine Boundary Layer Characteristics over the Bay of Bengal as revealed by BOBMEX-pilot Experiment. Earth and Planetary Sciences, Vol. 109, No. 2. pp. 293-304.

10. Singh K. K., L. S. Rathore, S. D. Attri and A. K. Baxla, 2000: Water management of wheat through soil moisture simulation using soil-plant-atmosphere-water (SPAW) model. Annals of Agri.-Bio Research. 5 (2) 121-126.

11. Sinha P. C., S. K.Dube, A. K.Mitra and T. S.Murty, 2000 : A Tidal flow model for the Gulf of Kachchh. India, Marine Geodesy, 23, 117-132.


1999

1. Ashok Kumar, Parvinder Maini & Singh, S. V., 1999: An operational model for forecasting probability of precipitation and YES/NO forecast. Wea. and Forecasting, 14: 38-48.

2. Ashok Kumar, Parvinder Maini, L. S. Rathore and S. V. Singh, 1999: An objective medium range precipitation forecast from NCMRWF. Vayu Mandal, Vol. 29 No. 1-4, pp158-162.

3. Basu, B. K., K. J. Ramesh and P.A.Harathi,1999: Intercomparison of characteristic features of southwest monsoon over India as reproduced in the mean monthly analyses and forecasts of some operational NWP centres during 1995, Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics , 69, 157-178.

4. Basu Swati, 1999: Impact of Boundary Layer Parameterization scheme in simulating the marineboundary layer for INDOEX. Current Science, 76, 7, 907-911.

5. Basu Swati, Sethu Raman, U. C. Mohanty and E. N. Rajagopal,1999: Influence of Planetary Boundary Layer Physics on medium range prediction of monsoon over India. PAGEOPH, 155,33-55.

6. Basu Swati, K. J. Ramesh and Z. N. Beum,1999: Medium range prediction of summer monsoon activities over India vis-à-vis their correspondence with the observational features. Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, Vol. 16, No. 1,133-146.

7. Begum Z. N. and J. P. George,1999: Significance of mineral based aerosols in the global atmospheric model radiative forcings: results validated with Pre-INDOEX. Acta Geophysica Polonica, Vol. XLVII, 231-235.

8. Das Someshwar, 1999: Suggested observational network for simulation of cloud processes during INDOEX. Current Science, 76, 7, 912-915.

9. Das Someshwar, D. Johnson and W.-K. Tao, 1999: Single column and cloud ensemble model simulations of TOGA-COARE convective systems. J. Met. Soc. Of Japan, 77, 4, 803-826.

10. Gupta A. K., K. J. Ramesh and U. C. Mohanty, 1999: Medium range prediction of tropical cyclogenesis of intense vortices over indian seas by a global spectral model, Mausam, 49, 3, 331-344.

11. Iyengar G. R. V. S. Prasad and K. J. Ramesh, 1999: circulation characteristics associated with the inter-tropical convergence zone during the northern winter, Current Science, 76, No. 7, 903-906.

12. Lal M., K.K.Singh, G.Srinivasan, L.S.Rathore, D. Naidu, and C.N.Tripathi. 1999: Growth and yield responses of soybean in Madhya Pradesh, India to climate variability and change. Agriculture and Forest Meteorology. 93, 53-70.

13. Prasad V. S., K. J. Ramesh, A. K. Bohra and R. C. Bhatia, 1999: "Assessment of Quality and Impact of Full Resolution TOVS Temperature Profile Data on the Operational Global Data Assimilation-Forecast System of India". Meteorology and
Atmospheric Physics, 68, 197-212

14. Ramesh K. J. and G. R. Iyengar, 1999: Characteristics of medium range rainfall forecasts of the summer monsoon, International Journal of Climatology, 19, 627-637

15. Ramesh K. J., P.L.S. Rao and U. C. Mohanty, 1999: Thermodynamic characteristics of the asian summer monsoon with a global analysis-forecast system, Pure and Applied Geophysics, 154, 141-162.

16. Ramesh K. J., and G. R. Iyengar, 1999: characteristics of medium range rainfall forecasts of the summer monsoon, International Journal of Climatology, 19, 627-637.

17. Rao P. L. S., U. C. Mohanty and K. J. Ramesh, 1999: Mean dynamical characteristics of the asian summer monsoon with a global analysis-forecast system, Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics , 68, 57-77.

18. Rizvi, S. R. H., R. K.Bansal and M. Dasgupta, 1999: Recent developments in the analysis scheme operational at NCMRWF ‘ , Vayu Mandal , 29 (special issue 1-4), 192-196.

19. Sanjeeva Rao, P., L. S. Rathore, T. J. Gillespie and K. S. Kushwaha, 1999: Estimating potato crop wetness duration from agrometeorological data. Mausam, 50 (1), 71-76.

20. Singh K. K., L. S.Rathore and Nisha Mendiratta, 1999: Calibration of CROPGROW- Soybean model for growth simulation, yield prediction and irrigation management for central India. Vayu Mandal, Vol.29 No. 1-4, pp457-466.

21. Singh K. K., Rajesh Kumar, R. K. Mall, L. S. Rathore, Upendra Shankar and B. R. D. Gupta, 1999: Soybean (Glycine Max L. Nerr.) yield prediction from current and historical weather data using CROPGRO model. Indian J. Agril. Sci., 69 (9) 639-43.


1998

1. Basu, B. K., 1998: Usability of parallel processing systems for numerical weather prediction, Current Science, 1.

2. Basu Swati, Z. N. Begum and E. N. Rajagopal, 1998: Impact of Boundary Layer Parameterisation schemes on the Prediction of the Asian summer monsoon. Boundary Layer Meteorology, 86, 469-485.

3. Bohra A. K., K. J. Ramesh, V. S. Prasad, and G. R. Iyengar, 1998: "Impact of Satellite Derived Temperature Profile Data in Global Data Assimilation and Forecasting System: A Case Study". The Global Atmosphere and Ocean Systems, 5, 345-365

4. Das Someshwar, Y.C. Sud and M.J. Suarez,1998: Inclusion of prognostic cloud
schemes with the relaxed arakawa-schubert cumulus parameterizaion: single cloumn model studies, Quar. J. Roy. Met. Soc., 124, 2671-2692.

5. Lal M., K.K.Singh, L.S.Rathore, G. Srinivasan and S.A.Saseendran,1998: Vulnerability of Rice and Wheat yields in Northwest India to future changes in climate. Agriculture and Forest Meteorology. Vol.89: 101-114.

6. Mandal, T. K., J. Y. N. Cho, P. B. Rao, A. R. Jain, S. K. Peshin, S. K. Srivastava, A. K. Bohra, and A. P. Mitra, 1998: "Stratospheric-tropospheric Ozone Exchange Observed with the Indian MST Radar and Simultaneous Ballon Borne Ozonesonde". Radio Sci., 33, 861-893.

7. Rathore L. S., Nisha Mendiratta and K. K.Singh, 1998: Soil moisture prediction under maize in sandy loam. Annals of Arid Zone. 37, 1, 47-52.

8. Saseendran, S. A., K. K.Singh, L. S.Rathore, G. S. L. H. V. P. Rao, Nisha Mendiratta, K Lakshmi Narayan and S.V.Singh, 1998: Evaluation of CERES-Rice Version 3.0 model for the climate conditions of the state of Kerala, India. Meteorol. Appl. 5, 385-392.

9. Saseendran S.A., K.G. Hubbard, K.K.Singh, Nisha Mendiratta, L.S.Rathore and S.V.Singh, 1998: Optimum Transplanting dates for Rice in Kerala, India, Determined using both CERES v3.0 and Climprob. Agronomy J., 90, 185-190.

10. Singh K. K, Nisha Mendiratta and L. S. Rathor, 1998: Soil moisture prediction under maize in sandy loam. Annals of Arid Zone, 37(1) 47-5. Jodhpur.


1997

1. Basu Sujit R. M. Gairola, C. M. Kishtwal, P. C. Pande, A. K. Bohra, D. Rajan, and A. K. Mitra, 1997: "Retrieval of Moisture Profiles Using Satellite Measurements of Precipitable Water and Study of Their Impact on Numerical Weather Prediction Models". Indian Journal of Radio and Space Physics(India), 26, pp: 49-76.

2. Gupta A. K., and U. C. Mohanty, 1997: Secondary convective rings in an intense asymmetric cyclone of the bay of Bengal. MAUSAM, 48, 2, 273-282.

3. John P. George and Z.N. Begum, 1997: Impact of different radiation transfer parameterization schemes in a GCM on the simulation of the onset phase of Indian summer monsoon. Atmosfera, 10,1-22

4. Kar S. C., M. Sugi and N. Sato, 1997: Tropical intraseasonal oscillation (30-60 days) during northern hemisphere summer in the JMA model simulation. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan., 75(5), 975-994.

5. Kulkarni, P. L., A. K. Mitra, S. G. Narkhedkar, A. K. Bohra, and S. Rajamani, 1997: "On the impact of Divergent Part of the Wind computed from INSAT OLR data on Global Analysis and Forecast Fields" . Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics, 64, 61-82.

6. Mitra A. K., A. K. Bohra, and D. Rajan, 1997: "Daily Rainfall Analysis for Indian Summer Monsoon Region". International Journal of Climatology, 17(10),1083-1092.

7. Mohanty U. C. and Akhilesh Gupta, 1997: Deterministic methods for tropical cyclone track prediction, MAUSAM, 48, 2, 257-272.

8. Sahu J. K. and S. V. Singh (1997): Use of stability indices for forecasting thunderstorms over north west India, VATAVARAN, 20, 30 - 42.

9. Singh K. K., N. Kalra, U. C.Mohanty and L. S. Rathore, 1997: Performance evaluation of medium range forecast using crop growth simulator. J. Environmental Systems, Vol. 25, (4) 397-408.


1996

1. Ashok Kumar & P. Maini, 1996: Statistical interpretation of general circulation model: A prospect for automation of medium range local weather forecast in India. Mausam 47(3): 229-236.

2. Kar S. C., M.Sugi and N.Sato, 1996: Simulations of the Indian summer monsoon and its variability using the JMA model. Pap. Meteo. Geophys. 47, 65-101.

3. Prasad K. D. and S.V Singh, 1996: Seasonal variations of the relationship between some enso parameters and indian rainfall. INT. J. OF CLIMATOLOGY,16, 8, 923-933.

4. Prasad K. D. and S.V Singh,1996: Forecasting the spatial variability of the indian monsoon rainfall using canonical correlations. INT. J. OF CLIMATOLOGY, 16,12, 1379-1390.

5. Ramesh K. J, Swati Basu and Z.N. Begum,1996: Objective determination of onset, Advancement and withdrawal of the summer monsoon using large scale forecast fields of a global spectral model over India. Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics, 61,137-151.

6. Sanjeeva Rao, P., S. A. Saseendran, L. S. Rathore and J. Bahadur, 1996: Medium Range Weather Forecasts in India during Monsoon 1994. Meteorol. Appl., 3, 317-324.

7. Saseendran, S. A., L. S. Rathore and R. K. Datta, 1996: Distribution of monsoon rainfall in India during El Nino associated drought situations. Annals of Arid zone, 35(1): 9-16.

8. Singh K. K and S.V.Singh, 1996: Space-time variation and regionalisation of seasonal
and monthly summer monsoon rain of the sub-himalayan region and gagetic plains of india. J. OF CLIMATE RESEARCH, 6, 3, 251-262.


1995

1. Saseendran S. A. , K. K. Singh, J. Bahadur and O. N. Dhar, 1995: 1 to 10 days extreme rainfall studies for Kerala state. MAUSAM, 46, 2, 175-180.


1994

1. Rathore, L. S., G. Srinivasan and K. K. Singh, 1994: Soil moisture and evapotranspiration simulations for irrigated wheat using Soil-Plant-Atmosphere-Water (SPAW) model. Mausam, 45(1): 63-68.


1993

1. Begum Z. N., 1993: Impact of physical parameterization scheme for moist processes and effects of other factors in numerical models for monsoon prediction. Acta Geophysics, XLI(3), 305-323.

2. Bhattacharya K., 1993: Effect of cumulus friction on the 30-50 day oscillations in the equatorial troposphere. PROCEEDINGS OF INDIAN NATIONAL SCIENCE ACADEMY, PART A: PHYSICAL SCIENCES, 59 A,3,321-330.

3. Bhattacharya K., 1993: The climate attractor. PROCEEDINGS OF THE INDIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES (EARTH AND ’PLANETARY SCIENCES), 102,1,113-120.


1992


1991

1. Bhattachrya K., 1991: Nonlinear oscillations in an energy-balance model with delayed albedo effects. PROCEEDINGS OF INDIAN NATIONAL SCIENCE ACADEMY, PART A: PHYSICAL SCIENCES,57, 517-530.

2. Gupta, B.R.D. and K.K.Singh, 1991: Estimation of sugarcane yield at Poona with the help of meteorological parameters. Mausam. 42(1),99-101.

3. Kar S. C. and N. Ramanathan (1991): Numerical Simulation of Sea Breeze over the south Andamans. Mausam, 42, 4, 339-346.

4. Moshonkin, S. M. and L. Harenduprakash, 1991: Effect of salinity and transparency on the mixed layer thermal structure in the Bay of Bengal. Oceanology, 31, 276.

1990

1. Bahadur, J., L. S. Rathore and R. K.Datta, 1990: Role of Agrometeorology in agricultural development. Yojana, Oct.16-31.

2. Bohra A. K., 1990: "Forecasting Over Monsoon Area by a Semi-Iimplicit Semi Lagrangian Regional Primitive Equation Model". Mausam 41(2) 223-226.

3. Das Someshwar, 1990: Impact of lateral detrainment and downdraft on the summer monsoon cloud clusters. Mausam, Vol. 41, No.2, 227-233.

4. Maske, S.J. and L.S.Rathore. 1990: Evapotranspiration of upland paddy. Mausam, 41(3), 459-462.

5. Rao A. V. R. K., A. K. Bohra, Rajeshwar Rao,1990: "On the 30-40 Day Oscillations in SW Monsoon: A Satellite Study". Mausam, 41(1), 51-58.