1. Sagar, R., Dumka, U. C., Naja, M., Singh, N. & Phanikumar, D. V. (2015). ARIES, Nainital: a strategically important location for climate change studies in the Central Gangetic Himalayan region. Current Science, 109, 703-715.
2. Shukla, K. K., et al. (including Phanikumar, D. V.) (2015). Wave like signatures in aerosol optical depth and associated radiative impacts over the central Himalayan region. Jr. Atmos. Solar Terr. Phy., 133, 62-66.
3. Kaskaovtis, D. G., Rashki, A., Francois, P., Dumka, U. C., Houssos, E. E. & Legrand, M. (2015). Meteorological regimes modulating dust outbreaks in southwest Asia: The role of pressure anomaly and Inter-Tropical Convergence Zone on the 1–3 July 2014 case. Aeolian Research, 18, 83-97.
4. Dumka, U. C., Kaskaoutis, D. G., Srivastava, M. K. & Devara, P. C. S. (2015). Scattering and absorption properties of near-surface aerosol over Gangetic–Himalayan region: the role of boundary-layer dynamics and long-range transport. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 15, 1555-1572.
5. Singh, S., et al. (including Dumka, U. C.) (2015). Intra-seasonal variability of black carbon aerosols over a coal field area at Dhanbad, India. Atmospheric Research, 161-162, 25-35.
6. Sevakumaran, R., et al. (including Phanikumar, D. V. ) (2015). Solar flares induced D-region ionospheric and geomagnetic perturbations. Jr. Atmosph. Solar-Terres. Phy., 123, 102-112.
7. Gogoi, M. M., et al. (including Naja, M.) (2015). Optical properties and CCN activity of aerosols in high-altitude Himalayan environment: results from RAWES-GVAX. JGR: Atmospheres, 120, 2453-2469.
8. Bisht, D. S., et al. (including Dumka, U. C.). (2015). Carbonaceous aerosols and pollutants over Delhi urban environment: Temporal evolution, source apportionment and radiative forcing. Science of the Total Environment, 521-522, 431-445.
9. Reddy, K., Phanikumar, D. V., Joshi, H., Ahammed, Y. Z. & Naja, M. (2015). Effect of diurnal variation of aerosols on surface reaching solar radiation. Jr. Atmosph. Solar-Terr. Phy., 129, 62-68.
10. Dumka, U. C., Bhattu, D., Tripathi, S. N., Kaskaoutis, D. G. & Madhavan, B. L. (2015). Seasonal in homogeneity in cloud precursors over Gangetic Himalayan region during GVAX campaign. Atmopheric Research, 155, 158-175.
11. Singh, B. P., et al (including Dumka, U. C.) (2015). Seasonal inhomogeneity of soot particles over the Central Indo-Gangetic plains, India: influence of meteorology. Jr. of Meteorological Research, 29, 935-949.
12. Srivastava, S., Naja, M. & Thouret, V. (2015). Influences of regional pollution and long range transport over Hyderabad using ozone data from MOZAIC. Atmospheric Environment, 117, 135-146.
13. Bashu, G., Phanikumar, D. V., Kumar Niranjan, K., Ouarda, T. B. M. J. & Marpu, P. R. (2015). Investigation of aerosol optical, physical, and radiative characteristics of severe dust storm observed over UAE. Remote sensing of environment, 169, 404-417.
14. Tiwari, S., et al. (including Dumka, U. C.) (2016). Aerosol chemical characterization and role of carbonaceous aerosol on radiative effect over Varanasi in central Indo-Gangetic Plain. Atmospheric Envi., 125, 437-449.
15. Kumar, K. N., Phanikumar, D. V., Ouarda, T. B. M. J., Rajeevan, M., Naja, M. & Shukla, K. K. (2016). Modulation of surface meteorological parameters by extratropical planetary-scale Rossby waves. Ann. Geophy., 34, 123-132.
16. Bhardwaj, P., Naja, M., Kumar, R. & Chandola, H. C. (2016). Seasonal, interannual and long-term variabilities in biomass buring activity over South Asia. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res., 23, 4397-4410.
17. Kambezidis, H. D., Psiloglou, B. E., Karagiannis, D., Dumka, U. C. & Kaskaoutis, D. G. (2016). Recent improvements of the Meteorological radiation model for solar irradiance estimates under all-sky conditions. Renewable Energy, 93, 142-158.
18. Kaskaoutis, D. G., Kambezidis, H. D., Dumka, U. C. & Psiloglou, B. E. (2016). Dependence of the spectral diffuse-direct irradiance ratio on aerosol spectral distribution and single scattering albedo. Atmospheric Research, 178-179, 84-94.
19. Tiwari, S., et al. (including Dumka, U. C.) (2016). Nature and sources of ionic species in precipitation across the Indo-Gangetic Plains, India. Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 16, 943-957.
20. Tiwari, S., et al. (including Dumka, A. C.) (2016). Atmospheric heating due to black carbon aerosol during the summer monsoon period over Ballia: A rural environment over Indo-Gangetic Plain. Atmospheric Research, 178-179, 393-400.
21. Joshi, H., Naja, M. etal., (including Bhardwaj, P.) (2016). Investigations of aerosol black carbon from a semi-urban site in the Indo-Gangetic plain region. Atmospheric Environment, 125, 346-359.
22. Sarangi, T., Naja, M., Lal, S., Venkataramani, S., Bhardwaj, P., Ojha, N., Kumar. R. & Chandola, H. C. (2016). First observations of light non-methane hydrocarbon (C2-C5) over a high altitude site in the central Himalayas. Atmospheric Environment, 125, 450-460.
23. Singh, N., et al. (including Solanki, R., Naja, M., Dumka, U. C., Phanikumar, D. V. & Sagar, R.) (2016). Variations in the cloud-base hight over the central Himalayas during GVAX:association with the monsoon rainfall. Current Science, 111, 109-116.
24. Naja, M., et al. (including Bhardwaj, P., Singh, N., Kumar, P. & Ojha, N.) (2016). High-frequency vertical profiling of meteorological parameters using AMF1 facility during RAWEX–GVAX at ARIES, Nainital. Current Science, 111, 132-140.
25. Phanikumar, D. V., et al. (including Shukla, K. K., Naja, M., Singh, N. & Sagar, R.) (2016). Doppler Lidar observations over a high altitude mountainous site Manora Peak in the central Himalayan region. . Current Science, 111, 101-108.
26. Bhattacharjee, S., Kumar, A. & Naja, M. (2016). Array factor optimization of an active planar phased array using evolutionary algorithm. International Jr. Antennas, 2, 1-11.
27. Solanki, R., Singh, N., Kumar, N. V. P. Kiran, Rajeev, K. & Dhaka, S. K. (2016). Time variability of surface-layer characteristics over a mountain ridge in the Central Himalayas during the spring season. Boundary-Layer Meteorol, 158, 453-471.
28. Bisht, D. S., et al. (including Dumka, U. C. )(2016). Tethered balloon-born and ground-based measurements of black carbon and particulate profiles within the lower troposphere during the foggy period in Delhi, India. Sci. Total Envir., 537, 894-905.
29. Dumka, U. C., et al. (2016). Columnar aerosol characteristics and radiative forcing over the Doon Valley in the Shivalik range of northwestern Himalayas. Envi. Sci. Poll. Res., 23, 25467-25484.
30. Singh, N, et al. (including Solanki, R.2nd)(2016). Boundary layer evolution over the central Himalayas from radio wind profiler and model simulations. Atmos. Chem. Phy., 16, 10559-10572.
31. Hegde, P., Kawamura, K., Joshi, H. & Naja, M. (2016). Organic and inorganic components of aerosols over the central Himalayas: winter and summer variations in stable carbon and nitrogen isotopic compositions. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res., 23, 6102-6118.
32. Kiros, F., et al. (including Naja, M.) (2016). Variability of anthropogenic gases: nitrogen oxides, sulfur dioxide, ozone and ammonia in Kathmandu Valley, Nepal. Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 16, 3088-3101.
33. Patel, P. N., Dumka, U. C., Kaskaoutis, D. G., Babu, K. N. & Mathur, A. K. (2017). Optical and radiative properties of aerosols over desalpar, a remote site in western India: Source identification, modification processes and aerosol type discrimination. Science of the Total Environment, 575, 612-627.
34. Tiwari, S, et. al. (including Dumka, U. C.) (2017). Assessment of PM2.5 and PM10 over Guwahati in Brahmaputra River valley: temporal evolution, source apportionment and meteorological dependence. Atmosph. Pollu. Rese., 8, 13-28.
35. Chen, J., et al. (including Dumka, U. C.) (2017). A review of biomass buring: emissions and impacts on air quality, health and climate in China. Science of the Total Environment, 579, 1000-1034.
36. Dambezidis, H. D., Psiloglou, B. E., Karagiannis, D., Dumka, U. C. & Kaskaoutis, D. G. (2017). Meteorological radiation model (MRM v6.1): improvements in diffuse radiation estimates and new approach for implementation of cloud products. Renewable and sustainable Energy Reviews, 74, 616-637.
37. Patel, P. N., Dumka, U. C., Babu, K. N. & Mathur, A. K. (2017). Aerosol characterization and radiative properties over Kavaratti, a remote island in southern Arabian Sea from the period of observations. Science of the Total Environment, 599-600, 165-180.
38. Sen, A., et al. (including Naja, M. 23rd) (2017). Variations in particulate matter over Indo-Gangetic plains and Indo-Himalayan range during four field campaigns in winter monsoon and summer monsoon: role of pollution pathways. Atmospheric Environment, 154, 200-224.
39. Dumka, U. C., Kaskaoutis, D. G., Sagar, R., Chen, J., Singh., N. & Tiwari, S. (2017). First results from light scattering enhancement factor over central Indian Himalayas during GVAX campaign. Science of the Total Environment, 605-606, 124-138.
40. Singh, S., Tiwari, S., Dumka, U. C, Kumar, R & Singh, P. K. (2017). Source region and sector contributions of atmospheric soot particle in a coalfield region of Dhanbad, eastern part of India. Atmospheric Research, 197, 415-424.
41. Bisht, D. S., et al. (including Joshi, H., Singh, N. & Naja, M.) (2017). Chemical characterization of rainwater at a high-altitude site "Nainital" in the central Himalayas, India. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res., 24, 3959-3969.
42. Kaskaoutis, D. G., et al. (including Dumka, U. C.) (2017). Assessment of changes in atmospheric dynamics and dust activity over southwest Asia using the Caspian Sea-Hindu Kush Index. International Jr. of Climatology, 37, 1013-1034.
43. Phanikumar, D. V., et al. (including Bhattacharjee, S. & Naja, M.) (2017). Unusual enhancement in tropospheric and surface ozone due to orography induced gravity waves. Remote Sensing of Envir., 199, 256-264.
44. Dumka, U. C., et al. (2017). Assessment of PM2.5 chemical compositions in Delhi: primary Vs secondary emissions and contribution to light extinction confident and visibility degradation. Jr. Atmos. Chem., 74, 423-450.
45. Mahat, K. S., et al (including Naja, M.) (2017). Seasonal and diurnals variations in methane and carbon dioxide in the Kathmandu valley in the foothills of the central Himalayas, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 17, 12573-12596.
46. Lal, S., et al. (including Naja, M.) (2017). Loss of crop yields in India due to surface ozone: an estimation based on a network of observations, Envi. Sci. Pollut. Res., 24, 20972-20981.
47. Schultz, M. G., et al. (including Naja, M.) (2017). Tropospheric ozone assessment report: database and metrics data of global surface ozone observations, Elementa Science of the Anthropocene, 5:58 (1-26).
48. Peshin, S. K., Sharma, A., Sharma, S. K., Naja, M. & Mandal, T. K. (2017). Spatio-temporal variation of air pollutants and the impact of anthropogenic effects on the photochemical buildup of ozone across Delhi-NCR, Sustainable Cities and Society, 35, 740-751.
49. Kaskaoutis, D. G., et al. (including Dumka, U. C.) (2018). Impact of atmospheric circulation types on southwest Asian dust and Indian summer monsoon rainfall. Atmospheric Research, 201, 189-205.
50. Kaskaoutis D. G, Houssos E.E, Minvielle F., Rashki A., Chiapello I. , Dumka U. C., Legrand M., (2018).Long-term variability and trends in the Caspian Sea – Hindu Kush Index: Influence on atmospheric circulation patterns, temperature and rainfall over the Middle East and Southwest Asia. Global and Planetary Change 169, 16-33.
51. Kumar, A., Singh, N., Anshumali & Solanki, R. (2018). Evaluation and utilization of MODIS and CALIPSO aerosol retrievals over a complex terrain in Himalaya. Remote Sensing of Envir., 206, 139-155.
52. Kumar, R., et al., (including M. Naja) (2018). How Will Air Quality Change in South Asia by 2050? Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 123. https://doi.org/10.1002/2017JD027357.
53. Piyush Bhardwaj, M. Naja, et al., (2018). Variations in surface ozone and carbon monoxide in the Kathmandu Valley and surrounding broader regions during SusKat-ABC field campaign: role of local and regional sources. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 18, 11949–11971, 2018.
54. Mehta, M., Singh, N., Anshumali, (2018). Global trends of columnar and vertically distributed properties of aerosols with emphasis on dust, polluted dust and smoke - inferences from 10-year long CALIOP observations, Remote Sensing of Environment, 208, 120–132.
55. Som Sharma, Prashant Kumar, Rajesh Vaishnav, Shukla, K. K. and Phanikumar, D V (2018). Analysis of Total Column Ozone, Water Vapor and Aerosol Optical Thickness over Ahmedabad, India, Metero. App., 25: 33–39, DOI: 10.1002/met.1666.
56. Devara, P. C.S, Alam MP., Dumka U C., Tiwari S., (2018).Anomalous Features of Black Carbon and Particulate Matter Observed Over Rural Station During Diwali Festival of 2015.
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57. Amar Deep, Pandey, C. P., Nandan, H., Purohit, K. D., Singh, N., Singh J., Srivastava, A. K., Ojha, N. ( 2018). Evaluation of ambient air quality in Dehradun city during 2011-2014, JESS (paper in press)