Total Papers for 2019 - 53

2019

  1. Balbeer Singh, Jitesh R Bhatt and Hiranmaya Mishra, 2019, Probing vorticity in heavy ion collision with dilepton productionPhysical Review D100,014016, 2019
  2. Wilfried Buchmuller, Ketan M. Patel, 2019, Proton decay in flux compactificationsJHEP 1905 (2019) 196
  3. Kaustav Chakraborty, Subabati Goswami, Chandan Gupta, Tarak Thakore, 2019, Enhancing the hierarchy and octant sensitivity of ESSνSB in conjunction with T2K, NOνA and ICAL@INOJHEP05(2019)137
  4. Arpan Das, Hiranmaya Mishra, Ranjita K Mohapatra, 2019, Electrical conductivity and Hall conductivity of a hot and dense hadron gas in a magnetic field: A relaxation time approachPhysical Review D99, 094031,2019
  5. Bhavesh Chauhan and Subhendra Mohanty, 2019, Leptoquark solution for both the flavor and ANITA anomaliesPhysical Review D
  6. Subhendra Mohanty, Ashish Narang, and Soumya Sadhukhan, 2019, Cutoff of IceCube neutrino spectrum due to t-channel resonant absorption by CνB JCAP03 (2019) 041
  7. Aman Abhishek and Hiranmaya Mishra, 2019, Chiral symmetry breaking, color superconductivity, and equation of state for magnetized strange quark matter Physical Review D99, 054016
  8. Gaetano Lambiase, Subhendra Mohanty, Ashish Narang, Priyank Parashari, 2019, Testing dark energy models in the light of Sigma8 tension Eur.Phys.J. C79 (2019) no.2, 141
  9. Rohini M. Godbole, Michael E. Peskin, Saurabh D. Rindani, Ritesh K. Singh, 2019, Why the angular distribution of the top decay lepton is unchanged by anomalous tbW couplingsPhysics Letters B 790 (2019) 322-325
  10. Kumar Rao, Saurabh D. Rindani, 2019, W boson polarization as a measure of gauge-Higgs anomalous couplings at the LHCNuclear Physics B 940 (2019) 78-87
  11. Arpan Das, Jitesh Bhatt and Hiranmaya Mishra, 2019, Thermoelectric effect and Seebeck coefficient for hot and dense hadronic matterPhysical Review D99.014015,2019
  12. Sabyasachi Ghosh , Fernando E. Serna, Aman Abhishek, Gastao Krein, Hiranmaya Mishra. , 2019, Transport responses from rate of decay and scattering processes in the Nambu--Jona-Lasinio modelPhysical Review D

2019

  1. M. Bhatt, C. Wöhler, A. Grumpe, N. Hasebe, and M. Naito, 2019, Global mapping of lunar refractory elements: multivariate regression vs. machine learningAstronomy & Astrophysics
  2. P. Thirupathaiah, Siddhi Y. Shah and S. A. Haider, 2019, Characteristics of solar X-ray flares and their effects on the ionosphere and human exploration on Mars: MGS radio science obsrvationsIcarus
  3. S. A. Haider, J. P. Pabari, J. Masoom and S. Y. Shah, 2019, Schumann resonance frequency and conductivity in the nighttime ionosphere of Mars: A source for lightningAdvances in Space Research
  4. Ritesh K Mishra and Kuljeet K. Marhas, 2019, Meteoritic evidence of a late superflare as source of 7Be in the early Solar SystemNature Astronomy
  5. N. Venkateswara Rao, V. Leelavathi, P. Mohanamanasa, S. A. Haider and S. V. B. Rao, 2019, Enhanced ionization in magnetic anomaly regions of the Martian lower ionosphere associated with dust stormsJGR Space Physics
  6. S. A. Haider, Y. S. Siddhi, J. Masoom and S. Bougher, 2019, Effect of Dust Storm and GCR Impact on the Production Rate of O3+ in MY 28 and MY 29: Modeling and SPICAM ObservationJGR Space Physics
  7. H. Kita, H. Misawa, A. Bhardwaj, F. Tsuchiya, G. Murakami, C. Tao, T. Kimura, K. Yoshioka, A. Yamazaki, Y. Kasaba, I. Yoshikawa, and M. Fujimoto, 2019, Short-term Variation in the Dawn–Dusk Asymmetry of the Jovian Radiation Belt Obtained from GMRT and Hisaki EXCEED ObservationsAstrophysical Journal Letters, 872:L24 (5pp)
  8. Ramakant R. Mahajan, Amit Basu Sarbadhikari, M.S. Sisodia, 2019, Noble gas, nitrogen composition and cosmic ray exposure history of two eucrites Vissannapeta, Piplia Kalan and one howardite LohawatPlanetary and Space Science

2019

  1. Anirban Ghosh, Deepika Yadav, and G. K. Samanta, 2019, Single-pass, second-harmonic generation of high-power, ultrafast mid-IR Cr2+:ZnS laser at 2360  nmOptics Letters, 44 (14), 3522-3525 (2019)
  2. Varun Sharma, S. Chaitanya Kumar, A. Aadhi, H. Ye, G. K. Samanta & M. Ebrahim-Zadeh , 2019, Tunable vector-vortex beam optical parametric oscillatorScientific Reports, 9, 9578 (2019)
  3. Varun Sharma, A. Aadhi, and G. K. Samanta, 2019, Controlled generation of vortex and vortex dipole from a Gaussian pumped optical parametric oscillatorOptics Express, 27, (13) 18123-18130 (2019)
  4. M V Jabir, Ali Anwar and G K Samanta, 2019, Controlling the bi-photon orbital angular momentum eigenmodes using asymmetric pump vortex beamJournal of Optics, 21, 055201 (2019).
  5. A. Srinivasa Rao, N. Apurv Chaitanya, and G. K. Samanta, 2019, High-power, high repetition-rate, ultrafast fibre laser based source of DUV radiation at 266 nmOSA Continuum, 2 (1) 99-106 (2019)

2019

  1. JC Hermes, Y Masumoto, LM Beal, MK Roxy, J Vialard , M Andres, H Annamalai, S Behera, N D’Adamo, T Doi, M Feng, W Han, N Hardman-Mountford, H Hendon, R Hood, S Kido, C Lee, T Lee, M Lengaigne, J Li, R Lumpkin, KN Navaneeth, B Milliga, MJ McPhaden, M Ravichandran, T Shinoda, A Singh, B Sloyan, PG Strutton, AC Subramanian, S Thurston, T Tozuka, CC Ummenhofer, AS Unnikrishnan, R Venkatesan, D Wang, J Wiggert, L Yu and W Yu, 2019, A Sustained Ocean Observing System in the Indian Ocean for Climate Related Scientific Knowledge and Societal Needs, Frontiers in Marine Science, 6, 1-21
  2. Rupa Mukherjee, Pradipta R. Muduli, Saroja Kumar Barik, Sanjeev Kumar, 2019, Sources and transformations of organic matter in sediments of Asia’s largest brackish water lagoon (Chilika, India) and nearby mangrove ecosystemEnvironmental Earth Sciences, 78:332, DOI: 10.1007/s12665-019-8329-6.
  3. Arvind Singh, Naveen Gandhi, R.Ramesh, 2019, Surplus supply of bioavailable nitrogen through N2 fixation to primary producers in the eastern Arabian Sea during autumn, Continental Shelf Research, 181, 103–110
  4. Narendra Kumar Lenka, Sangeeta Lenka, Prabhakar Mahapatra, Niharika Sharma, Sanjeev Kumar, Satish B Aher, Dharmendra Singh Yashona, 2019, The fate of 15N labeled urea in a soybean-wheat cropping sequence under elevated CO2 and/or temperature, Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.agee.2019.04.033.
  5. P. Suntharalingam, L. M. Zamora, H. W. Bange, S. Bikkina, E. Buitenhuis, M. Kanakidou, J. F. Lamarque, A. Landolfi, L. Resplandy, M.M. Sarin, Sybil Seitzinger, Arvind Singh, 2019, Anthropogenic nitrogen inputs and impacts on oceanic N2O fluxes in the northern Indian Ocean: The need for an integrated observation and modelling approach, Deep Sea Research II
  6. C. T. Tejavath, K. Ashok, S. Chakraborty, R. Ramesh, 2019, A PMIP3 narrative of modulation of ENSO teleconnections to the Indian summer monsoon by background changes in the Last MillenniumClimate Dynamics
  7. P. R. Lekshmy, M. Midhun, R. Ramesh, 2019, Amount dependency of monsoon rainfall δ18O on multiple time scales: observations from south western IndiaClimate Dynamics
  8. Rangu Satish and Neeraj Rastogi, 2019, On the use of brown carbon spectra as a tool to understand their broader composition and characteristics: A case study from crop-residue burning samplesACS Omega
  9. Manab Kumar Dutta, Sanjeev Kumar, Rupa Mukherjee, Prasun Sanyal, and Sandip Mukhopadhyay, 2019, The post-monsoon carbon biogeochemistry of the Hooghly–Sundarbans estuarine system under different levels of anthropogenic impacts, Biogeosciences, 16, 289-307, https://doi.org/10.5194/bg-16-289-2019.
  10. Rupa Mukherjee, Sanjeev Kumar, and Pradipta R. Muduli, 2019, Spatial variation of nitrogen uptake rates in the largest brackish water lagoon of Asia (Chilika, India), Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 216, 87-97, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecss.2018.01.012.

2019

  1. T. A. Rajesh and S. Ramachandran, 2019, Aerosol Optical Properties over Gurushikhar, Mt. Abu: A High Altitude Mountain Site in IndiaAerosol and Air Quality Research
  2. Lakhima Chutia, Narendra Ojha, Imran Girach, Lokesh K. Sahu, Leonardo M. A. Alvarado, John P. Burrows, Binita Pathak, Pradip Kumar Bhuyan, 2019, Distribution of volatile organic compounds over Indian subcontinent during winter: WRF-chem simulation versus observationsEnvironmental Pollution
  3. Narendra Ojha, Imran Girach, Kiran Sharma, Prabha Nair, Jaydeep Singh, Neetu Sharma, Narendra Singh, Johannes Flemming, Antje Inness, Kandula Venkat Subrahmanyam, 2019, Surface ozone in the Doon Valley of the Himalayan foothills during springEnvironmental Science and Pollution Research
  4. B. Sarangi, S. Ramachandran, T. A. Rajesh and V. K. Dhaker, 2019, Black carbon linked aerosol hygroscopic growth: Size and mixing state are crucialAtmospheric Environment
  5. Amit Sharma, Narendra Ojha, A. Pozzer, G. Beig, S. S. Gunthe, 2019, Revisiting the crop yield loss in India attributable to ozone,Atmospheric Environment X
  6. A. Guharay and P. P. Batista, 2019, On the variability of tides during a major stratospheric sudden warming in September 2002 at Southern hemispheric extra-tropical latitudeAdvances in Space Research
  7. K. K. Shukla, D. V. Phanikumar, R. K. Newsom, N. Ojha, K. Niranjan Kumar, N. Singh, S. Sharma, V. R. Kotamarthi, K. K. Kumar, 2019, Investigations of vertical wind variations at a mountain top in the Himalaya using Doppler Lidar observations and model simulationsJournal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics
  8. S. Ramachandran, T. A. Rajesh and Sumita Kedia, 2019, Influence of relative humidity, mixed-layer height, and mesoscale vertical-velocity variations on column and surface aerosol characteristics over an urban regionBoundary Layer Meteorology

2019

  1. M. Syed Ibrahim, Bhuwan Joshi, K. S. Cho, R. S. Kim, Y. J. Moon, 2019, Interplanetary Coronal Mass Ejections During Solar Cycles 23 and 24: Sun–Earth Propagation Characteristics and Consequences at the Near-Earth Region,Solar Physics
  2. Wageesh Mishra, Nandita Srivastava, Yuming Wang, Zavkiddin Mirtoshev, Jie Zhang, Rui Liu, 2019, Mass loss via solar wind and coronal mass ejections during solar cycles 23 and 24Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 486, Issue 4, July 2019, 4671–4685, https://doi.org/10.1093/mnras/stz1001
  3. Ranadeep Sarkar, Nandita Srivastava, Marilena Mierla, Matthew J West, and Elke D'Huys, 2019, Evolution of Coronal Cavity from Quiescent to Eruptive Phase in Association with Coronal Mass EjectionThe Astrophysical Journal, 875:101 (16pp), 2019 April 20
  4. Sushree S. Nayak, R. Bhattacharyya, A. Prasad, Qiang Hu, Sanjay Kumar and B. Joshi, 2019, A Data-constrained Magnetohydrodynamic Simulation of Successive Events of Blowout Jet and C-class Flare in NOAA AR 12615The Astrophysical Journal
  5. Hernandez-Perez, Aaron, Su, Yang, Veronig, Astrid M., Thalmann, Julia, Gömöry, Peter, Joshi, Bhuwan, 2019, Pre-eruption Processes: Heating, Particle Acceleration, and the Formation of a Hot Channel before the 2012 October 20 M9.0 Limb FlareThe Astrophysical Journal
  6. Navin Chandra Joshi, Xiaoshuai Zhu, Brigitte Schmieder, Guillaume Aulanier, Miho Janvier, Bhuwan Joshi, Tetsuya Magara, Ramesh Chandra, Satoshi Inoue, 2019, Generalization of the Magnetic Field Configuration of Typical and Atypical Confined FlaresThe Astrophysical Journal

2019

  1. Kumar Venkataramani, Shashikiran Ganesh, Archita Rai, Marek Husarik, K.S.Baliyan, U.C.Joshi, 2019, Time and Phase Resolved Optical Spectra of Potentially Hazardous Asteroid 2014 JO25, The Astronomical Journal, Volume 157, Number 5
  2. N. D. Vagshette, Sachindra Naik, M. K. Patil, 2019, Cavities, shocks and a cold front around 3C 320, MNRAS, Volume 485, p.1981-1989
  3. Devendra Bisht, R. K. S. Yadav, Shashikiran Ganesh, Alok Durgapal, G. Rangwal, J. P. U. Fynbo , 2019, Mass function and dynamical study of the open clusters Berkeley 24 and Czernik 27 using ground based imaging and Gaia astrometryMNRAS, Volume 482, Issue 2, p.1471-1484