Surface Water Resources Division

Surface Water Resources Division of the center came into existence in November, 2012. Earlier this division was known as Geophysical Exploration Division followed by Groundwater Exploration Division and for a long time it was located at district head quarter of Jhansi, U.P. This Division was engaged in the field of ground water exploration and management in the region of drought affected and rocky terrain of Bundelkhand, saline affected areas of Agra-Mathura and other parts of U.P. and other states since its inception. In March,1997 , the Division started working as Water Resources Division–I and was engaged in water resources activities mainly in western part of U.P. in the revenue divisions of Agra, Bareilly, Meerut, Moradabad, Saharanpur and Kanpur and also carried out specific projects in the above or other areas of the State. Apart from exploration of groundwater using remote sensing and geophysical techniques, mapping of hydrogeomorphology, geology, waterlogged land, flood monitoring etc. with the use of available onboard Indian remote sensing Satellite (IRS) series and other satellites employing different sensors and Geographical information System (GIS) were the other priority areas of work for the division. The division was also involved in environmental impact assessment, geostatistical modelling, base line data generation, artificial recharge study, Land use/Land cover mapping, Cadastral resources mapping, G P S survey, R & D studies, training programme etc. The division has also participated with the other divisions of the Centre for various integrated study in different projects. Now as newly created Division, this division is engaged mainly in Surface Water Resources activities viz. Flood Inundation Mapping, mapping of surface water bodies and waterlogged areas etc. Projects on Utility Mapping, Integrated Watershed Management Programme, Groundwater Exploration and related studies are also in progress.

Shri Rajiva Mohan

Shri Rajiva Mohan
Qualification Scientist-G
Area of Specialization  Application of Remote Sensing and GIS in Groundwater Exploration, Flood Mapping and Cadastral mapping
Experience in Years 31 Years
No of Publications 41
Contact No. 0522-2730817
E-mail ID rajiva.mohan@gmail.com

Dr. A L. Haldar

Dr. A L. Haldar
Designation 

Scientist-SG

Area of Specialization

*About 33 years experience in Geophysical prospecting for groundwater Exploration (Well Lodging and Resistivity Survey) and Application of Remote Sensing,
*GIS & GPS for Cadastral resources mapping, Micro-Level Mapping for Utility Facilities using High Resolution Satellite Data, Differential Global Positioning System (DGPS) Survey for GCP’s etc.

*Teaching for M.Tech. (Remote Sensing & GIS) students.
No. of Publications

More than 50 research paper & 20 Technical Reports

Contact No.         09450912881, 08765977648, 0522-2730232
E-mail ID   amritlalhaldar@gmail.com

Shri A. K. Agarwal

Shri A. K. Agarwal
Designation 

Scientist-SG

Area of Specialization

Ground Water and Surface Water management      

Experience in Years

24 Years

No of Publications

38

Contact No.         0522-2730232
E-mail ID   agarwalak15@rediffmail.com

Dr. V. Sarin

Dr. V. Sarin
Designation 

Scientist-SG

Area of Specialization

Groundwater resources evaluation, development and management with the help of Remote sensing, Geophysical and GIS techniques.

Experience in Years

33 Years

No of Publications

15 nos.

Contact No.        

8765977651

E-mail ID   vibhusarin@yahoo.co.in

Shri S. K. S. Yadav

Shri S. K. S. Yadav
Designation 

Scientist-SE

Area of Specialization
  • Groundwater resources studies using Geophysical and Remote Sensing techniques.
  • Surface water Resources Management studies using Remote Sensing and GIS techniques.
  • Glaciological studies (Snow cover mapping, Snout monitoring, Surging glacier studies, Climate change etc.) using Remote Sensing and Digital Image Processing techniques.
Experience in Years

24 Years

No of Publications

Research Papers - 18

Contact No. 8765999656
E-mail ID   sksyadav42@gmail.com

Shri Sudhakar Shukla

Shri Sudhakar Shukla
Designation 

Scientist-SE

Area of Specialization

Application of remote sensing and G.I.S. for Disasters, Hydrological, and Glaciological& Environmental studies specially for water resources management

Experience in Years

21 Years

No of Publications

35

Contact No. 522-2730815(Ext. 258)
E-mail ID   sudhakarshukla@rediffmail.com

1. Title : Monitoring of flood and draught in Uttar Pradesh and detail flood management study in flood affected districts.

Funding Agency : Plan Project (In-House activity of the centre)

Duration : Financial year 2017-18

Study Area : Gorakhpur, Ballia districts and entire districts of Uttar Pradesh.


Objectives :

  • Monitoring of flood and draught in Uttar Pradesh.
  • Study of river cutting due to flood in rivers of Utter Pradesh.
  • Detail flood management study in Gorakhpur and Ballia district
  • Early flood warning related study in rivers of Ballia district.


Expected Outcome : The project is undergoing and the output will be delivered at the end of project period. It is expected that data generated will be useful in drought/flood preparation and management.

Interim Findings : The study is in progress.

Regular Manpower involved : One


2. Title : Natural Resource and Infrastructure Mapping of a selected Smart Village in Gorakhpur and Maharajganj Districts using High Resolution Remote Sensing, GIS and GPS Technology.

Funding Agency : Plan Project (In-House activity of the centre)

Duration : One year (1st April’ 2017 to 31st March’ 2018)

Study Area : Adarsh Gram from Gorakhpur and Maharajganj District, U.P.


Objectives : Mapping of all types roads (Metalled and Unmetalled) which may be damaged or broken, mapping of all sources of drinking water & scheme will be suggested for pipe line water supply, To improve  infrastructure for public institutions- Anganwadis, schools, health institutions, Gram Panchayat Office, community halls, buildings for SHG (Self Help Group) federations, playgrounds, PDS (Public Distribution System) outlets, and burial grounds/crematoria village markets, Banks /Post offices/ATMs and provision of UIDAI card, Mapping of irrigated and un-irrigated land suggested scheme for un-irrigated land, Updating of Cadastral map parcel wise, Preparation of land and water conservation action plan.


Expected Outcome : The project is in progress, the output will be delivered at the end of project period. It is expected that maps prepared using high resolution satellite data will show all village level utilities.

Interim Findings : Maps prepared show the development activities in respective village.

Regular Manpower involved : One


3. Title : Mapping of Surface water resources in Lucknow and Gorakhpur districts using high resolution satellite data

Funding Agency : Plan Project (In-House activity of the centre)

Duration : One year (1st April’ 2017 to 31st March’ 2018)

Study Area : Gorakhpur & Lucknow districts.


Objectives : Monitoring of Surface water resources using high resolution satellite data and field survey.


Expected Outcome : The project is undergoing and the output will be delivered at the end of project period. It is expected that data generated will be useful in drought/flood preparation and management.

Interim Findings : Maps Prepared show the surface water body in these district.

Regular Manpower involved : One


4. Title : Survey for widening of roads in Mathura, Kashi, Jhansi and Gorakhpur districts using Mobile Lidar Techniques.

Funding Agency : Plan Project (In-House activity of the centre)

Duration : One year (1st April’ 2017 to 31st March’ 2018)

Study Area : Mathura, Kushi, Jhansi and Gorakhpur.


Objectives : To Prepare map for road widening using Mobile Lidar mapping techniques.


Expected Outcome : The project is undergoing and the output will be delivered at the end of project period. It is expected that data generated will be useful for PWD, Government of U.P. for widening the roads related work in these districts.

Interim Findings : The study is in progress.

Regular Manpower involved : Six


5.Title : Flood control study after assessment of silt in river, canal and reservoirs using bathymetry Survey.

Funding Agency : Plan Project (In-House activity of the centre)

Duration : One year (1st April’ 2017 to 31st March’ 2018)

Study Area : Upper Ganga canal


Objectives :Survey for 100 km of upper Ganga Canal and to prepare related maps.


Expected Outcome : The project is undergoing and the output will be delivered at the end of project period. It is expected that data generated will be useful for Irrigation Department, Government of U.P.

Interim Findings : The study is in progress.

Regular Manpower involved : Six

 

6. Title : Aquifer mapping study in pleatu areas of Utter Pradesh using remote sensing and Geophysical techniques.

Funding Agency : Plan Project (In-House activity of the centre)

Duration : One year (1st April’ 2017 to 31st March’ 2018)

Study Area : Selected Microwatersheds in Marihau Block of Mirzapur districts


Objectives :

  • Aquifer mapping in study area.
  • Assessment of Groundwater in study area
  • Study for Groundwater management and availability of Groundwater to meet our user demand.

Expected Outcome : Study will be helpful to meet out the demand of Local administration and  people in management of groundwater resources.

Interim Findings : The study is in progress.

Regular Manpower involved : One

 

7.Title : IWRM based development plan for water security in four districts of Bundelkhand region, India.

Funding Agency : National Institute of Hydrology, Roorkee.

Duration : (March ‘2016 to  Sept ‘2017)

Study Area : Bundelkhand region of Utter Pradesh


Objectives : Selection of suitable water harvesting structures after preparing different the metric layers e.g. LULC, surface water resources and groundwater availability using Satellite data.


Expected Outcome :

Interim Findings : Prepared Water Resource Action Plan, conservation of surface water & selection of sites for water harvesting spacing.

Regular Manpower involved : Three

 

8.Title : Monitoring of Integrated Watershed Management Programme using Geospatial technologies.

Funding Agency : National Remote Sensing Centre, Hyderabad.

Duration : (March ‘2017 to 31 st March ‘2020)

Study Area : Entire of Utter Pradesh


Objectives :The project envisages monitoring and evaluation of IWMP project for the state of Uttar Pradesh for the sanctioned projects from 2009-10 to 2014-15. Each project include procession of high resolution satellite data-LISS-IV and Cartosat; Correction/fine tuning of Watershed boundaries bases on SIS-DP database; Generation of LULC maps, NDVI maps, showing change detection in projects, limited ground truth and report generating for each project area year wise in suggested format.


Expected Outcome : Preparation of year wise status report for the IWMP Project including corrected micro watershed/project boundaries, IWMP project wise LULC maps for five years of monitoring for each of the project in geodatabase format  along with statistics, Change assessment with  statistics and cross-matrix table; map compositions; point vector layer showing locations of specific change.

Interim Findings : The project is undergoing and the output will be delivered to NRSC, Hyderabad.

Regular Manpower involved : Four

  • Groundwater targeting in problems areas of U.P., for Various user departments such as Minor Irrigation, U.P. Rajkiya Nirman Nigam, U.P. Avas Vikas Parisad, Reserve Bank of India, UPSIDC etc.
  • Disaster Management Information System for flood - Maharajganj district (In House project).
  • Assessment of waterlogged land and drainage congested area of Deoria district. (In House project).
  • Flood Inundation mapping in eastern parts of Uttar Pradesh (Funded by Irrigation Department, U.P).
  • Assessment of surface water body and water logged land in Gorakhpur district (In House project).
  • Thematic mapping and GIS database creation (IRGS).
  • Groundwater level database for Jaunpur, Branch Sub Basin and Imamganj Branch Sub Basin (under U.P. Water Sector Restructuring Project, U.P. Irrigation Department -World Bank sponsored).
  • Training programme for U.P. Water Sector Restructuring Project, U.P. Irrigation Department, (World Bank sponsored).
  • Preparation of hydrogeomorphological map (1:50,000 scale) in parts of Himachal Pradesh under Rajiv Gandhi National Drinking Water Mission, NRSA/DOS.
  • GIS database creation for flood assessment (In House project).
  • Base line data generation for land, water and related aspects in Bahraich and Nagapur distributary Basin (under U.P. Water Sector Restructuring Project, U.P. Irrigation Department -World Bank sponsored).
  • GIS database creation for flood in Gorakhpur and Maharajganj Districts, Asian Development Preparedness Centre, (Asian Development Bank sponsored).
  • Groundwater recharge and storage through artificial process (In House project).
  • Preparation of hydrogeomorphological map (1:50,000 scale) in parts of M.P. under Rajiv Gandhi National Drinking Water Mission, NRSA/DOS.
  • Selection of check dam sites in Jhansi district.
  • Geostatistial Modeling of Groundwater Potential zones in Jhansi district.
  • Water Sources study and drilling supervision in Almora district Dwarahat, Mirai Malli and Ira area of Almora district.
  • Groundwater Studies in Central Distribution Facility for Fruit and Vegetable Project, National Dairy Development Board. Mangolpuri, New Delhi.
  • Mapping of Land erosion and Forest degradation in Catchment of Tehri dam.
  • Geophysical well logging on demand for borewell sites for user departments Various parts of Uttar Pradesh & Rajasthan.
  • Environmental Impact Assessment in catchment and command of Maudaha dam, Hamirpur district of Uttar Pradesh.
  • Groundwater Targetting in Pune & Satara district of Maharashtra.
  • Water quality monitoring in Matatila & Ramganga reservoir of U.P.
  • Delineation of potential aquifer zones for storage of flash flood run-off in ephemeral streams of Bundelkhand region.
  • Groundwater Targetting in Agra &Mathura districts.
  • Groundwater Targetting in Bundelkhand region Jhansi, Lalitpur, Banda, Jalaun, Mahoba and Chitrakoot districts of Uttar Pradesh.
  • Cleanup measures and Environmental improvement of illegal hazardous dumping sites.
  • District Atlas preparation for Moradabad and Bareily division comprising 8 districts.
  • Preparation of Road network of Unnao and Kanpur Nagar districts using Remote Sensing & Linking of Attributes through GIS.
  • Cadastral Mapping Project.
  • Decision Support System to Disaster management.
  • Water Resources Studies in Naxalite affected Naugarh block of Chandauli district.
  • Consolidation of land records in Madarpur village of Lucknow district
  • Utility Mapping in Sitapur district.
  • Identification of fracture zone for groundwater resources in hard rock areas of Chandauli district, U.P.
  • Monitoring of flood and drought in Uttar Pradesh using RS & GIS techniques in Ramganga basin.
  • Utility Services Mapping in all Ambedkar villages of Orai tehsil (4 villages), 1 Ambedkar village of Ghosi tehsil, Mau district and 1 Ambedkar village (comprises 5 hamlets) of Sandila tehsil, Hardoi district.
  • Rajiv Gandhi National Drinking Water Mission Phase –IV Entire Uttar Pradesh (except Bundelkhand & Agra Region which were completed during Phase III of the Project).
  • Collection of ground control points (GCPS) using DGPS along proposed Rapti main canal in Shrawasti, Balrampur, Maharajganj and Siddarthnagar district.
  • Visualization of SGPGI, lucknow outer boundary and ground features of campus in cadastral maps with the use of high resolution remote sensing GIS and GPS techniques.
  • Temporal monitoring of surface water resources, flow of river and related geo morphological study in Gomti river basin of Uttar Pradesh remote sensing and GIS techniques.
  • Utility services mapping in Lohia samagra villages in sandila tehsil of Hardoi district.
  • Monitoring of flood and drought in Gorakhpur, Devipatan division and Jhansi, Mahoba districts of U.P. using GIS and GPS techniques.
  • Integrated watershed management project (185 water shed of U.P.)
  • Study for geo environmental changes due to water quality for selected area of Gomti river basin of Uttar Pradesh.
  • Utility services mapping and water quality assessment study in Baghpat district.
  • Monitoring of flood and drought along Ken, Betwa and Chambal rivers of Uttar Pradesh.
  • Monitoring of snow and glaciers of Himalayan region, phase-II
  • Mobile LiDAR data capturing/processing and identification of objects and Contour generation for widening of road (8 km.) on the either side of Lucknow-Kanpur State Highway.
  • A Report on Surface Modelling Using Lidar Point Cloud Data in Chak Gajariya Ganj, It City, Lucknow.
  • Monitoring of Flood in Uttar Pradesh with special emphasis as rejuvenation and recharging measures for Anhaiya, Gomti, Hindon, Lakheri, Pahuj and Senger rivers in Uttar Pradesh.
  • Gorakhpur district report – “Suggestion for flood management plan for Gorakhpur district, Uttar Pradesh.”
  • Utility facility services mapping in Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Samagra village of Burhana Tahsil and quality assessment of groundwater and surface water due to industrial affluent in Hindon river in Muzaffarnagar District.
  • Micro Level Integrated Studies for the Development of Jayapur Village, Varanasi District using high Resolution Satellite Data.
  • Aquifer mapping study in selected microwatershed of Karmnasha River in Shahabganj block of Chandauli District of Utter Pradesh using Remote Sensing and Geophysical techniques
  • Mobile LiDAR data capturing/processing and identification of objects and Contour generation for widening of road on the either side of Lucknow-Kanpur State Highway.(2016)
  • Monitoring of Flood in Uttar Pradesh with special emphasis on rejuvenation and recharging measures for Anhaiya, Gomti, Hindon, Lakheri, Pahuj and Senger rivers in Uttar Pradesh. (2016)
  • Gorakhpur district report – “Suggestion for flood management plan for Gorakhpur district, Uttar Pradesh” .(2016)
  • Utility facility services mapping in Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Samagra village of Burhana Tahsil and quality assessment of groundwater and surface water due to industrial affluent in Hindon river in Muzaffarnagar District.(2016)
  • Micro Level Integrated Studies for the Development of Jayapur Village, Varanasi District using high Resolution Satellite Data.(2016)
  • Surface Modelling Using Lidar Point Cloud Data in Chak Gajariya Ganj in Lucknow City.(2016)
  • “Utility facility services mapping in selected Dr.Ram Manohar Lohiya villages of Baghpat district and monitoring of ground water quality affected by Hindan river in industrial area of Baghpat and Meerut district”.(2015)
  • Flood inundation and river migration studies in U.P. with special reference to flood and draught mitigation measures in catchment area of Betwa, Chambal and Ken rivers.(2015)
  • Study of surface and ground water quality in selected parts of Gomti river basin and assessment of environmental changes.(2015)
  • Monitoring of snow and glaciers of Himalayan region, phase-II(2015)
  • Flood Inundation and river migration studies in Uttar Pradesh with special reference to flood migration major along Major River in Devipatan and Gorakhpur mundal, Uttar Pradesh (2014)
  • Utility services mapping of Dr.Ram manohar lohia village of sandila tehsil of Hardoi district U.P. using remote sensing (high resolution data), G.I.S. and G.P.S. technique (2014).
  • Remote sensing and G.I.S. based and G.P.S. studies on assessment of surface water resources geomorphology, river dynamic and related landform in Gomti river basis (2014).
  • A report on evaluation of cause of reduction in storage capacity of Laxmital, Jhansi District recommendation for their revival using remote sensing and G.I.S. technology (2013).
  • A report on evaluation of cause of reduction in storage capacity of Madan sagar, Mahoba District recommendation for their revival using remote sensing and G.I.S. technology (2013).
  • A report on evaluation of cause of reduction in storage capacity of selected water body in Jhansi district and recommendation for their revival using remote sensing and G.I.S. technology (2013).
  • A report on evaluation of cause of reduction in storage capacity of selected water body in Mahoba district and recommendation for their revival using remote sensing and G.I.S. technology (2013).
  • A report on evaluation of cause of reduction in storage capacity of selected water body in Banda district and recommendation for their revival using remote sensing and G.I.S. technology (2013).
  • A report on selection of suitable dam site in Betwa river catchment area of Jhansi district (2013).
  • Utility services mapping in selected ambedkar village of Jalaun, Mau and Hardoi district using high resolution remote sensing ,G.I.S. and G.P.S. technique (2013).
  • A report on selection of suitable dam site in Baghain river catchment area of Banda district (2013).
  • Identification of potential fracture zone for ground water occurrence in hard rock areas of Chandauli district Uttar Pradesh. (2013)
  • Flood Inundation and river migration studies in Uttar Pradesh with special reference to flood migration studies along Ramganga River.(2013)
  • Modernisation and Geo referencing of cadastral maps of Sitapur districts, U.P. (2012)
  • Modernisation and Geo referencing of cadastral maps of Lalitpur districts, U.P. (2012)
  • Utility services mapping in selected Ambedkar villages of Persendi block of Sitapur districts using high resolution, Remote Sensing, G.I.S & G.P.S. technique.(2012)
  • A report on decision Support System to Disaster management along 5 km. buffer zone of Ganga & Yamuna River in U.P.(2012)
  • Sustainable Development of Naxalite effected Naugarh block of Chandauli districts, U.P. through conjunctive use of surface & Groundwater resources.(2012)
  • Study of river bank erosion along Ghaghra, Sharda and Gomti river in U.P. using Remote Sensing & G.I.S.(2011)
  • Consolidation of land parcels in Madarpur village, Tahsil and district Lucknow, with use of Remote Sensing & G.I.S. (2011)
  • A report on Decision Support System to disaster management in Bahraich, Lakhimpur and Pilibhit district (2010).
  • A report on Decision Support System to disaster management in flood inundated area of Balrampur district (2010).
  • Technical report on modernization and geo referencing of cadastral maps of Jalaun district, Uttar Pradesh (2010).
  • A report on Decision Support System to disaster management in flood inundated of Shravasti district (2009).
  • A Report on Bio-Geo database creation and integrated studies for development on a sustainable basis in Phakot watershed. TehriGarwal district of Uttarakhand using satellite remote sensing and GIS techniques (2007).
  • A report on study of Burhi Rapti river channel changes near Muchorwaghat and natural water logged area in the vicinity of old Ban Ganga river drain in Siddharth Nagar district using remote sensing data (2006).
  • Ground water level database for Imamganj Branch Basin under U.P. Water Sector Restructuring Project (Oct.' 03).
  • Ground water level database for Jaunpur Branch Basin under U.P. Water Sector Restructuring Project (Oct.' 03).
  • Base line data Generation for Land, Water and related aspects in Bahraichand Nagapur Distributary Basin.Volume I & II (Draft Report, March' 2002).
  • Evaluation of Land, Water & related environmental status in Bahraich and Nagapur Distributary Basin (Interim report; August’ 2001).
  • Ground Water Appraisal report- Kanpur Nagar and Kanpur Dehat Districts, Uttar Pradesh, Based on Remote Sensing and Geophysical Techniques (March’ 2001).
  • Integrated Water Resources studies in parts of Nainital district based on Remote Sensing, GIS and Geophysical Techniques (March’2000).
  • Ground water appraisal report -Etawah and Auraiya districts based on Remote Sensing, GIS and Geophysical Techniques (March’2000).
  • Integrated Water Resources Studies in parts of Almora district, UP based on Remote Sensing, GIS and Geophysical Techniques (June' 1999).
  • Remote Sensing Studies for Planned Development of water resources in Farrukhabad and Kannauj districts of Uttar Pradesh with special reference to Ground water Targeting and water management in Jalalabad block of Kannauj district (June - 1999).
  • Remote Sensing studies for planned development & management of Water Resources in Jalalabad block of Kannauj district, U.P. (May, 1999).
  • Water sources studies and drilling supervision in parts of Almora district, Uttar Pradesh (March, 1997).
  • Water sources study in and around Dwarahat area of Almora district, Uttar Pradesh-Supplementary report submitted to the programme support unit, The Royal Netherlands Embassy (Nov., 1995).
  • Water sources study in Dwarahat, MiraiMalli and Ira villages, Almora district, Uttar Pradesh –report submitted to the Programme Support Unit of the Royal Netherlands Embassy (Feb’ 1994).
  • A report on remote sensing and electrical resistivity surveys for groundwater studies in Central distribution facility for fruit and vegetable project, NDDB, New Delhi (March, 1993).
  • A report on ground water investigations in the vicinity of Rath, Hamirpur district (1992).
  • Envirorrmental aspect of ground water exploration with special reference to Jhansi district, Uttar Pradesh (June, 1992).
  • Ground water appraisal report, Jhansi district, U.P. (Dec., 1991).
  • Ground water appraisal report, Lalitpur district, U.P. (Dec., 1991).
  • Ground water appraisal report, Hamirpur district, U.P. (Dec., 1991).
  • Ground water appraisal report, Banda district, U.P. (Dec., 1991).
  • Ground water appraisal report, Jalaun district, U.P. (Dec., 1991).
  • Remote sensing & geoelectrical studies for tubewell sites in Khanna. area, Hamirpur district (Oct., 1991).
  • Land Erosion & Forest Degradation Assessment in Tehri Dam Catchment Area using satellite Remote Sensing Technique (April, 1991).
  • A review report on identification of the groundwater resources in the problematic areas of the plateau region of Uttar Pradesh (1990).
  • Assessment of environmental status in Tehri Dam catchment area using satellite remote sensing technique (Nov., 1989).
  • Selection of suitable tubewell sites in and around FatehpurSikri Town, Agra district, Uttar Pradesh using Integrated satellite and aerial remote sensing technique and geoelectrical methods (March, 1989).
  • Assessment of environmental status of the catchment and command of Maudaha dam using satellite remote sensing technique (August, 1988).
  • A report on groundwater investigations for water supply in Baragaon scheme, Jhansi district, U.P. (April, 1988).
  • Groundwater Investigation in and around Bargarh, Banda district, U.P. (1987).
  • A report on tubewell site selection in Mathura cantonment Board Area, Mathura district, Uttar Pradesh (1987).
  • A report on ground-water investigation around village Leba, Jhansi district, U.P. (1987).
  • A report on Groundwater targeting in the vicinity of Jhansi Fort, Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh (1986).
  • A report on the selection of Bore well site in the premises of Spinning Mill (Jhansi, 1986).
  • Selection of Bore well sites in Indo-Gulf Explosives Limited Complex, Babina, Jhansi district (1986).
  • Selection of Suitable sites for Drinking water supply of BandurBuzurg, Hamirpur district (August, 1986).
  • Rajiva Mohan, Cadastral level resources information system for a selected watershed in Sonbhadra district, U.P, using remote sensing and G.I.S. techniques. (2015)
  • Rajiva Mohan, Ghaghra river systems and its value to society. (2014).
  • Rajiva Mohan, Ranjita Banerjee and Amit Kumar Gupta, Conjunctive Water Management: Issues and Remote Sensing & GIS Perspective for planning and monitoring- A state of affairs in Jaunpur Branch Command in Uttar Pradesh,Published in Proc. of workshop on Conjunctive use of surface and groundwater, Lucknow,March, 18-19, 2010,pp 64-72.
  • Rajiva Mohan, Ranjita Banerjee , V. K. Bansal and P.K. Srivastav, Remote Sensing & GIS Based Mapping of Waterlogged and salt affected lands in U.P.-with special reference to Jaunpur Branch Canal Command of Sharda Sahayak System, Presented & Published in Proc. of Workshop on Groundwater Management in Uttar Pradesh organized by SWaRA, August,20-21, 2009,pp132-141.
  • Rajiva Mohan & V.K. Bansal, Remote Sensing & GIS Approach in groundwater Exploration, Published in Sov. of Workshop on Groundwater Management in Uttar Pradesh organized by SWaRA,August,20-21, 2009.
  • A.K. Agarwal, A.L. Halder & Rajiva Mohan, Application of Remote Sensing and GIS Analysis for location of the water harvesting structure and generation of water resources action plan- A review. Presented & Published in workshop on Rain Water Harvesting organised by WALMI, U.P. ,22-23 Nov' 06, pp 59-60 M
  • A.K. Agarwal, Rajiva Mohan & S.K.S. Yadav, An Integrated approach of Remote Sensing, GIS and Geophysical Techniques for Hydrological studies in Rajpura Block of Badaun district, U.P., Indian Journal of Power & River Valley Development, 2004, pp 35-40.
  • Rajiva Mohan, Application opportunities for Remote Sensing in Development and Management of Irrigation and Drainage, Proc. of National Symposium on Water Resources Management and Development with reference to Ganga Basin, U.P. held in Lucknow in April’ 2003,pp III-I.1-8
  • A.K. Agarwal & Rajiva Mohan, Application of GIS Technique for Precise location of Water Harvesting Structure in Chirkhera Micro-watershed, Guna District, M.P. Published in Proceedings of ISPRS, International Symposium on Resources and Environmental Monitoring, December’ 2002, Hyderabad.
  • A.K. Agarwal & Rajiva Mohan, Role of Remote Sensing technique and Community Participation in planning of Rural Drinking Water Supply Scheme in hard rock area of U.P., Published in Proceedings of GEOMATICS-2002 conference on I.T. Enabled spatial data service, September, 2002, Trichy pp 179-181.
  • Rajiva Mohan, Water Harvesting Structures: A need for improving water and land environment – Role of Remote Sensing and GIS, presented and published in Proceedings of Seminar on ‘Give Earth a Chance’, organized by Indian Water Works Association, June’ 2002,pp 49-57.
  • Sudhakar Shukla, Rajiva Mohan & V. Sarin, An Assessment of Geo-environment through Remote Sensing and GIS with Special reference to land, water and forest, Published in Proceedings of Seminar on ‘Give Earth a Chance’, Organized by Indian Water Works Association, June’ 2002,pp 33-42.
  • A.L Haldhar & Rajiva Mohan, Optimum Development of Ground water in Lalitpur District – Need for conservation and Artificial Recharge, Published in Proc. of Seminar on Water Conservation, Recycle and Reuse, Lko, March’ 2002 pp 71-79.
  • A.L. Haldar, Pankaj Kumar & Rajiva Mohan, Assessing surface and Groundwater Re¬sources using remote sensing and GIS techniques: A case study of non-river watershed, Kanpur district (U.P.) India, Published in Proc. of National Seminar on land & water man¬agement issues for 21 st century, Lucknow, 2001.
  • AL. Haldar, K. Rajarajan & Rajiva Mohan, Artificial Recharge zone mapping through fracture pattern modelling using remote sensing techniques in central tracts of Lalitpur district, Published and presented in All India Seminar on groundwater recharge: Strategy for sustainable water world held during 15-16 July, 2000 at Institute of Engineer (India), Lucknow, pp 117-122.
  • A.L. Haldar, K. Rajarajan & R. Mohan, Fracture Pattern Modelling for groundwater explo¬ration in central parts of Lalitpur district, U.P., published in proceedings of workshop on challenges of groundwater development 7-9 June, 2000, Tirupati, A.P. pp. 88-97.
  • Vibhu Sarin, SudhakarS hukla & Rajiva Mohan, An Integrated approach for sustainable development of water resources in Bhimtal Gad sub water shed of Nainital district, U.P., Proc. of Annual Convention & sympo¬sium on spatial technologies for Natural Hazard Management, Nov.' 2000,pp 173-180.
  • A.L. Haldar, Rajiva Mohan & M.B.S. Rao Prospecting Groundwater in drought prone area of Bar Town, Lalitpur district through integrated approach. Published in Proc. of National Seminar GWR-98, Department of Geophysics, Banaras Hindu University, June, 2000, pp 139-144.
  • L.I.M. Rao, A.K. Agarwal & Rajiva Mohan, Exploration, Microlevel planning and Management of ground water resources using remote sensing and Geophysical techniques for Augmentation of drinking water supply in Babina block, Jhansi district. Presented and published in Proc. of National Seminar G\VR-98, Department of Geophysics, Banaras Hindu University, June, 2000.
  • Rajiva Mohan, A.K. Agarwal, K. Rajarajan, S.K.S. Yadav& Rajiv Kumar, Planned development and management of water resources in Jalalabad block of Kannauj district, U.P. using remote sensing techniques, Proc. of ISRS symposium, Bhubaneshwar, March, 2000,pp 241-243.
  • Rajiva Mohan, Vibhu Sarin & Sudhakar Shukla, Remote Sensing and GIS Approach for development of water resources in Sai Gad sub watershed of Almora district, Uttar Pradesh, Published in Proc. National Seminar on Remote Sensing & GIS Applications, Bangalore, 1998, pp 404-413.
  • S. Ravi Prakash and Rajiva Mohan, Hydrogeomorphological mapping of panwari area, Hamirpur district, Uttar Pradesh using Satellite data, Photo Nirvachak, Journal of the In¬dian Society of Remote Sensing, Vol. 24, No.2, 1996, pp 97-103.
  • P.N. Shah, Rajiva Mohan, D.N. Rao, S. Ravi Prakash, N.K. Goswami, C.D. Murty, AK. Agarwal & S. Mukherji, District wise hydrogeomorphological mapping for sustainable de¬velopment of ground water in UP. using IRS-1 A LISS- II data. Proc. Nat. Symposium on Remote Sensing for Sustainable Development, Nov., 1992, pp. 144-150.
  • Rajiva Mohan, P.N. Shah, V Rajamani, V Goverdhan and Sangeeta Gupta, An assessment of land erosion and forest degradation in the Tehri Dam Catchment area using satellite remote sensing technique, proc. National Symposium on Remote Sensing for Sustainable Development, Nov., 1992, pp. 187-192.
  • M B S Rao & Rajiva Mohan,Ground water targetting in Lalitpur district, UP. through digital image processing - A case study, Proc. National Symposium on Remote Sensing for Sustainable development, Nov., 1992 pp 151-158.
  • Devendra Mishra, Rajiva Mohan & Hira Singh, Ground water investigations for selection of water well site around Mahoba, Hamirpur district, Jour. Assoc. Expl. Geophysic, Jan., 1991 Vol. XII, No.1, pp 55-65.
  • M.B.S. Rao & Rajiva Mohan, Application of Remote Sensing for development of ground water resources in parts of Lalitpur district, U.P., proceedings of All India Seminar on Ground water Development, Lucknow,1988, pp T-1/1-7.
  • Rajiva Mohan, G.L. Rao & Hira Singh Ground water targetting using Remote Sensing and Electrical Resistivity Methods in parts of Saline tracts of Agra district, Uttar Pradesh, Jour. Assoc. Expl. Geophysics, Vol-III, No.2, 1987, pp. 99-109.
  • Hira Singh, Rajiva Mohan, D. Mishra & M.B.S. Rao, Development and utilisation of ground water resources in parts of Bundelkhand region, Uttar Pradesh published and presented in Indian Water Congress held in March, 1987 at New Delhi pp G – 7/1- 7/9
  • Rajiva Mohan, Landuse classification of the area around Jaipur using Landsat data, The National Geographical Journal of India vol. 31, part-1, 1985 pp 39-43.
  • R.S. Chaturvedi & Rajiva Mohan, Delineating flood effected area of south Uttar Pradesh using satellite remote sensing technique. Proc. Nat .Symp. on Remote Sensing and Man¬agement of Water Resources, 1983 pp. 79-87.
  • Rajiva Mohan et. al., Digital processing of remote sensing data for landuse monitoring, Proc. first international symposium on soil, geology and land forms impact on landuse planning in developing countries, Bangkok, Thailand, 1982 pp. F6.1-F6.9
  • Rajiva Mohan & P.K. Srivastav, Remote sensing and GIS in the development of a decision support system for water resources managment in irrigated commands-a case of Jaunpur Branch Command in Uttar Pradesh, Presented in GEOMATICS 2010 held at Space Applications Centre, Ahmedabad, Feb. 4-6,2010(To be published in Geomatics Journal)
  • Rajiva Mohan, V.K. Bansal & Amit Kumar Gupta, Land Drainage Improvement in U.P.-A Remote Sensing & GIS Approach Prepared & Submitted , to be published in proceedings of the workshop organised by SWaRA on Basin Wise Drainage Master Plan for U.P.-Priorities & Actions held on 2-3 Mar' 09.
  • Amit Kumar Gupta, Rajiva Mohan, Ranjita Banerji & Naveen Kumar Shukla, An Integrated Cadastral GIS database & Information System for Irrigation Water User Association in parts of Jaunpur Branch System of Uttar Pradesh in XXVIII INCA International Congress, Nov 4-6, 2008 held at Gandhinagar. Abstract Published& full paper to be published in proceedings.
  • A.K. Agarwal , Phool Kunwar & Rajiva Mohan, GIS Analysis for Dellineation of Ground Water Prospect Zones in parts of Sajnam Watershed, Lalitpur District, Uttar Pradesh Submitted / Presented in National Seminar entitled ‘Watershed Development’ organized by Andhra University, Vishakha Patnam, October’ 2003.
  • V.Sarin, Sudhakar Shukla & Rajiva Mohan, A GIS Approach for development of water resources action plan in Basaltic Terrain of Bina River Sub-watershed, Raisen District, M.P., Submitted/ presented in International Conference on Hydrology & Watershed Management held in Hyderabad in December’ 2002.
  • A.L. Haldar & R. Mohan, Watershed Management using Remote Sensing and GIS tech¬niques - A case study in parts of Shahzad watershed, Lalitpur U.P., India, submitted for journal of Central Board of Irrigation & power, New Delhi, 2001.
  • Rajiva Mohan, Remote Sensing: A solution of groundwater source finding problems of Bundelkhand region of uttar Pradesh, presented & submitted for publication for workshop "Bundelkhand Ki JalSamasya EvamSamadhan" held at Jhansi during March, 1996.
  • A.K. Agarwal & Rajiva Mohan, Application of Landsat and SPOT data for selection of check dam sites in hard rock terrain. A case study from Bundelkhand region of U.P. pre¬sented in National Symposium on Remote Sensing, 1993, Gauhati & submitted for publi¬cation.
  • M.B.S Rao, A.L. Haldar & Rajiva Mohan, Role of Remote Sensing in Ground Water Ex¬ploration - Some case histories from Bundelkhand region , presented in technical session -1, Orientation Workshop on Application of Remote Sensing in Groundwater ex¬ploration organised by RSAC-UP, 26-27 Dec., 1991.
  • M.B.S. Rao & Rajiva Mohan, Quartz reef as a hydrogeological factor-A case study from parts of hard rock terrain in Bundelkhand region of Uttar Pradesh, pre¬sented in National Seminar on hydrology, Madras 1987.
  • Rajiva Mohan, et. al., Applications of remote sensing in geo-morphological and hydrogeological studies for the development of groundwater resources in parts of Mauranipur area, Jhansi district, Uttar Pradesh, presented in National Symposium on remote sensing in geology organised by Indian Society of Remote Sensing, Ahmedabad, Sept 1986.
  • A.L.Haldar, Village Development action Plan using Remote Sensing and G.I.S.- A case study for Dr.R.M.L villages of Saharanpur.(2016)
  • A.L.Haldar, Land capability classification for watershed development using shape technology and G.I.S technique.(2016)
  • A.L.Haldar and Karuna Yadav, Problem identification, strength and weakness and opportunities in selected watershed of Sonbhadra district of Uttar Pradesh (2015).
  • A.L.Haldar, Development of watershed using remote sensing and G.I.S. technique –A case study from Etah district 2014-15).
  • A.L.Haldar, Jyotsana dubey and A.K.Agarwal Suggestive major for the development of watershed using remote sensing and G.I.S. technique-A case study from Auraiya district- (2014-15).
  • A.L.Haldar & S.Suresh “Georefercencing of Cadastral Maps-A case study from Uttar Pradesh- (2013-14).
  • Haldar, A. L. and S. Suresh: Georeferencing of Cadastral maps – a case study from Uttar Pradesh. Proceedings of National Symposium of ISG & ISRS-2013 at Andhra University, Vishakhapattnam, A.P.December 2013.
  • Haldar, A. L. and Karmakar, Partha Sarathi: Chakbandi survey work using remote sensing, GIS and DGPS – a case study from Madarpur village of Lucknow district. Proceedings of 1st Lucknow Science Congress on ‘Innovation in Science for better tomorrow’. At Lucknow, March 2013 pp 78-79.
  • Haldar, A. L. and Madhup, Suman: Micro level utility services mapping – a case study from Majlispur village of Sitapur district. Proceedings of National Symposium of ISRS-2012 at IARI New Delhi, December 2012.
  • Haldar, A. L. Kumar Alok and Singh Dharmendra: GIS and Remote Sensing techniques in Cadastral mapping for rural planning – a case study. Proceedings of National Symposium of ISRS-2010 at Pune, October 2010.
  • Haldar, A. L, Singh, Dharmendar, Sharma, Manish Chandra, Singh and Mukesh Kumar: Consolidation of Land Parcels with the use of Remote Sensing and GIS - A case study from Village Madarpur, Lucknow, U.P. Proceedings of National Symposium of ISRS-2010 at Pune, October 2010.
  • Haldar, A. L, Singh, Dharmendar, Sharma, Manish Chandra, Singh, Mukesh Kumar and Agarwal, A. K., Change detection of parcels with the use of remote sensing and GIS techniques – a case study from Orai tahsil of Jalaun district, Uttar Pradesh. Proceedings of National Symposium of ISRS-2009 at Ahmedabad, September 2009.
  • A. L. Haldar, Assessment of damage caused due to flood by integration of landuse and flood layers using Cartosat I data and Radarsat data in GIS environment. Proceedings of National Symposium of ISRS-2008 at Ahmedabad, December 2008.
  • A. L. Haldar, Flood mapping and assessment of crop damage using remote sensing and GIS. Proceedings of National Symposium on water resources in India; Concern, conservation and management. University of Kashmir, Srinagar Oct 2008.
  • Haldar, A. L. and Rajamani, V. Impact of over exploited groundwater zones and incorporation of remedial measures using remote sensing ans GIS technique. Proceedings of annual convention and symposium of ISRS-2007 at Kolkata, December 2007.
  • Haldar, A. L., Dev, P. Integrated groundwater resource development in hard rock area and its management – a case study. Proceedings of ‘International symposium on Photogrametry and Remote Sensing, TC-IV’ organized by ISPRS and ISRS at Goa, 2006.
  • Agarwal, A. K., Kumar, Rajiv, Yadav, S. K. S. and Haldar, A. L., Augmentation of irrigation water requirement using satellite remote sensing and GIS in Jalalabad block, Kannauj district, U. P. Proceedings of Workshop on “Role of GIS in Rural development’ organized by National Institute of Rural Development, Hyderabad, A. P. 2006.
  • Singh, A. N., Haldar, A. L. and Agarwal, A. K., Role of remote sensing and GIS in Minor Irrigation works. Proceedings of National seminar on ‘Development of Minor Irrigation Works’ organized by Minor Irrigation Department, Lucknow, 2006.
  • A.K. Agarwal, A.L. Halder & Rajiva Mohan: Application of Remote Sensing and GIS Analysis for location of the water harvesting structure and generation of water resources action plan- A review. Presented & Published in workshop on Rain Water Harvesting organised by WALMI, U.P. ,22-23 Nov' 06, pp 59-60
  • Singh A.N., Haldar A.L. and Agarwal A.K.: Role of Remote sensing and GIS in Minor Irrigation works(2005).
  • Haldar, A. L., Agarwal, A. K and Dev, Pramendra: Water resource management and need of water harvesting in Central tract of Lalitpur district, U. P. Proceedings of Workshop on “Rain water harvesting’ organized by Water and Land Management Institute, Lucknow.
  • Haldar, A. L. and Dev, Pramendra, Water well yield estimation in granitic terrain through resistivity sounding. Proceedings of National Symposium organised by Association of Exploration Geoscientists, 2004.
  • Haldar, A. L. and Dev, Pramendra: Prediction of water well yield in granitic terrain through resistivity sounding. Proceedings of National Symposium organised by Benars hindu University, 2003.
  • Haldar, A. L. and Dev, Pramendra: Runoff modeling of Shahzad River watershed, Lalitpur district through remote sensing and GIS. Proceedings of ISRS – 2003 & ISPRS WG VII/3 organized by ISPRS and ISRS at Thiruvananthapuram, 2003.
  • Haldar, A. L. and Dev, Pramendra: Variation analysis of rainfall data and its implications on hydrogeological regime of Govind Sagar dam environs of Lalitpur district, Uttar Pradesh. Published in the proceedings of Conference on ‘Developments in Hydrology – the current status along with a colloquium on water resources management’ October (24-25) 2002 at Calcutta.
  • Haldar, A. L., Rajarajan, K. and Rao, L. I. M.: Digital basement topography modelling (DBTM) for groundwater assessment in parts of Shahzad river water watershed of Lalitpur district. Proceedings of I national Symposium of ISPRS-2002 at Hyderabad, December 2002.
  • Haldar, A. L. and Rao, M. B. S.: Groundwater exploration using integrated approach of remote sensing and geoelectrical survey. Journal GIS India (2002) Vol. 11 pp. 6-10.
  • Haldar, A. L. and Dev, Pramendra:, Environmental status in the regime of Govind Sagar Dam, Lalitpur district, U.P. and use of Remote Sensing and GIS for remedial measure. Proc. ‘Give Earth a Chance 2002’ seminar, p. 43-48.
  • A.L Haldhar & Rajiva Mohan: Optimum Development of Ground water in Lalitpur District – Need for conservation and Artificial Recharge, Published in Proc. of Seminar on Water Conservation, Recycle and Reuse, Lko. March’ 2002 pp 71-79.
  • A. L. Haldar, Digital basement topography modeling (DBTM) for groundwater assessment in parts of Shahzad river water watershed of Lalitpur district. Proceedings of International Symposium of ISPRS-2002 at Hyderabad, December 2002.
  • A. L. Haldar, Water conservation soil erosion at the regime of Govind Sagar Dam environs, Lalitpur dist, U.P. Proceedings of National Symposium of ISRS-2001 at Ahmedabad, December 2001.
  • A. L. Haldar, A Gamma Ray Spectrometric Study of beach sand in Chemanjeri, near Kovalem South of Chennai, Tamilnadu. Proceedings of Annual Convention and Seminar of ‘Association of Exploration Geophysicist’, at Goa. 2001.
  • A. L. Haldar, Mapping of Planform Cyclicity in an Unstable reach of Sarda River through Remote Sensing and GIS. Accepted in the ‘Indian Society of Remote Sensing-2000’ Annual Convension and Symposium held between November 21&22 at Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur.
  • A. L. Haldar, Watershed management using Remote Sensing and GIS techniques - A case study in parts of Shahzad watershed Lalitpur (U.P.), India. Paper submitted to the journal of Central Board of Irrigation & Power, New Delhi 2001.
  • Haldar, A. L. and Rajarajan, K., Correlation of stratigraphic succession with electrical log data in part of Mahanadi delta, Orissa. Published in the Indian journal of Geology, vol 72 no. 4, 2001.
  • A.L. Haldar, Pankaj Kumar & Rajiva Mohan: Assessing surface and Groundwater Re-sources using remote sensing and GIS techniques: A case study of non-river watershed, Kanpur district (U.P.) India, Published in Proc. of National Seminar on land & water man-agement issues for 21 st century, Lucknow, 2001.
  • Haldar, A. L. and Rajarajan, K.: Drainage basin characteristics and its significance on groundwater development of Shahzad River at Lalitpur area, U. P. Paper published in the proceedings of Indian Water Works Association at Calcutta, 2000.
  • Rajarajan, K. and Haldar, A. L.: Mapping of Planform Cyclist in an unstable reach of Sarda River through Remote Sensing and GIS. Accepted in the ‘Indian Society of Remote Sensing-2000’ Annual Convension and Symposium held between November 21&22 at Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur.
  • A L. Haldar, K. Rajarajan & Rajiva Mohan: Artificial Recharge zone mapping through fracture pattern modelling using remote sensing techniques in central tracts of Lalitpur district, Published and presented in All India Seminar on groundwater recharge: Strategy for sustainable water world held during 15-16 July, 2000 at Institute of Engineer (India), Lucknow, pp 117-122.
  • Haldar, A. L., Rajarajan, K. and Dev, Pramendra:, Mapping of potential groundwater zone in Shahzad drainage basin of Lalitpur district, U.P. through remote sensing, resistivity and GIS. Paper presented at ‘ISRS National symposium on remote sensing for natural resources with special emphasis on watershed management’ during 20-22nd March’2000 at Bhuvaneswar, Orissa.
  • Haldar, A. L., Kumar, Pankaj and Mohan, Rajiva: Assessment of water resources and irrigation potential zone using remote sensing and GIS techniques: a case study of Non-river watershed, Kanpur district (UP), India. Proceedings of National seminar on Water & Land Management issue of 21st Century at Lucknow pp 82-86 (2000).
  • A.L. Haldar, K. Rajarajan & R. Mohan :Fracture Pattern Modelling for groundwater explo-ration in central parts of Lalitpur district, U.P., published in proceedings of workshop on challenges of groundwater development 7-9 June, 2000, Tirupati, A.P. pp. 88-97.
  • A. L. Haldar, Irrigation prospects of groundwater quality in Central tracts of Lalitpur region, U. P., India. Published in the journal of Nepal Geological society, Kathmandu vol.21 pp 87-92.
  • Haldar, A. L. and Rao, L. I.M.: A new approach for delineation of fresh aquifer by Remote Sensing and Geophysical technique at Mohammdabad village of Jaluan district. Published in the journal of Indian Water Works Association, Bombay, 1999 pp 243-248.
  • A. L. Haldar, Drainage basin characteristics and its influence on geology, geomorphology and groundwater development of Shahzad river basin of Lalitpur district, U. P. using remote sensing and GIS. Published at the National seminar on Indian Water Works Association on April 1999.
  • Haldar, A. L. and Agarwal, A. K, Exploration of fresh water in a mixed quality aquifer system and suitable well design for tapping groundwater - a case study from Bharatpur, Rajasthan. Paper published in the proceedings of 31st National Annual Convention of Indian Water Works Association at Lucknow, February 1999 pp211-219.
  • A. L. Haldar, A new approach for delineation of fresh aquifer by Remote Sensing and Geophysical technique at Mohammdabad village of Jaluan district. Published in the journal of Indian Water Works Association, Bombay 1999 pp 243-248.
  • Haldar, A. L. Mohan Rajiva and Rao, M. B. S., Prospecting groundwater in Drought prone area of Bar Town, Lalitpur district thought integrated approach. Published in the proceedings of National Seminar on ‘Groundwater resources assessment and management perspective for the 21st century’ at Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi 1998 pp199-204.
  • Haldar, A. L. Use of Remote Sensing and GIS as a tool to control the siltation through watershed management in Govind Sagar reservoir, Lalitpur district, Uttar Pradesh, India. Published in the proceedings of National seminar on Indian society of Remote Sensing at Bangalore(1997).
  • Haldar, A. L. and Rao, M. B. S., Groundwater exploration in Southern part of Lalitpur district, Uttar Pradesh, India using integrated approach of remote sensing and geoelectrical surveys. Published in the proceedings of ‘International conference on remote sensing and GIS’ December 1994 at Hyderabad pp189-195.
  • Rao, M. B. S. and Haldar, A. L.: Groundwater targeting at Lalitpur district U. P. through digital image processing - A case study. Published in the proceedings of National seminar on ‘Remote Sensing for sustainable development’ at Lucknow 1992 pp151-158.
  • A. L. Haldar, Integrated approach for delineation of fresh water in coastal region of Orissa, India. Proceedings on National seminar and annual conversion of ‘Association of Exploration Geophysicist’ at Dehradun, 1990 pp171-180.
  • Ajay Kumar Agarwal, Karunesh Shukla and Purnima Sharma: Development of a model to asses flood effected area in real time along major rivers of Uttar Pradesh, India ,IJIRSET, 2014, July (2015).
  • Ajay Kumar Agarwal, Karunesh Shukla and Purnima Sharma: Integrated action plan for improvement of drainage conjested area and mitigation of flow and waterlogged areas in Gonda district, Uttar Pradesh, IJSET, 2013, Dec’2015.
  • Ajay Kumar Agarwal, “Sustainable Ecosystem Development Planning in Phakot sub watershed, Tehri Garhwal, Uttrakhand”using Inkonos data, Jr. of Climate Change & Himalyan information, P-27-39 (2013-14)
  • A. K. Agarwal, “Study of flood water inundation period on settlements along Ganga river in parts of Uttar Pradesh” (2013-14)
  • A. K. Agarwal, Use of high resolution IKONOS data and GIS technique for transformation of landuse/landcover for sustainable development(2010)
  • A. K. Agarwal, Agricultural drought assessment mechanisms of Uttar Pradesh state(2010)
  • A. K. Agarwal, Baseline data generation using remote sensing & GIS for drainage plan of Uttar Pradesh(2009)
  • Agarwal, A. K. and Haldar, A. L.: Flood mapping and assessment of crop damage using remote sensing and GIS. Proceedings of National Symposium on water resources in India; Concern, conservation and management. University of Kashmir, Srinagar Oct 2009.
  • Agarwal, A. K., Banerjee, Sonali and Haldar, A. L.: Assessment of damage caused due to flood by integration of landuse and flood layers using Cartosat-I data and Radarsat data in GIS environment. Proceedings of National Symposium of ISRS-2008 at Ahemadabad, December 2009 pp58.
  • A. K. Agarwal, Assessment of damage caused due to flood by integration of Landuse and satellite image using CARTOSAT-1 and RADARSAT data in GIS environment. (2008)
  • A. K. Agarwal, Delineation of potential sites for water harvesting structures using Remote sensing and GIS (2008)
  • A. K. Agarwal, Remote sensing applications in Disaster Management in U.P. (2007)
  • A. K. Agarwal, Large scale water resources management plan in hilly terrain using IKNOS satellite data (2007)
  • A. K. Agarwal, Comparision of LISS III and LISSIV sensors capability for water body studies on 1:50000 scale Proceedings of ‘International symposium on Photogrametry and Remote Sensing, TC-IV’ organized by ISPRS and ISRS at Goa, 2006 pp.
  • A. K. Agarwal, Augmentation of irrigation water requirement using Remote sensing and GIS technique in Jalalabad block, Kannauj district-U.P. (2005)
  • A. K. Agarwal, Application of Remote sensing and GIS analysis for locating the water harvesting structures and generation of water resources action plan-A review(2005)
  • A. K. Agarwal, Ken–Betwa link canal in Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh-A Remote sensing Prospective(2005)
  • A. K. Agarwal, Spectral behaviour of water and moisture in Radarsat data from alluvial terrain in eastern Uttar Pradesh.(2004)
  • A. K. Agarwal, GIS in rural drinking water supply and environment of sanitation-A case study from Swajal project, Jakhaura block, Lalitpur district, UP(2003)
  • A. K. Agarwal, GIS analysis for delineation of groundwater prospect zones in parts of Sajnam watershed, Lalitpur district, U.P. (2003)
  • A. K. Agarwal, Role of Remote Sensing in conjunctive use of surface and groundwater resources in Parts of Ghaghra & Budhi watershed of Ballia district, Uttar Pradesh (2003)
  • A. K. Agarwal, An integrated approach of Remote Sensing, GIS & Geophysical techniques for hydrological studies in Rajpura Block, Badaun district (2002)
  • A. K. Agarwal, Application of GIS techniques for precisely locating water harvesting structures in Chirkhera micro watershed in Guna district,(2002)
  • A. K. Agarwal, Variation of water resources management plan in various Physiographic terrain of Uttar Pradesh and Uttaranchal, (2002)
  • A. K. Agarwal, Role of Remote Sensing technique and community participation in Planning of small rural drinking water supply scheme in hard rock areas of Uttar Pradesh, (2002)
  • A. K. Agarwal, Application of remote sensing and GIS techniques in generation of site specific action plans for sustainable land and water resources development, (2000)
  • A. K. Agarwal, Application of Remote Sensing technique for rural drinking water supply scheme in parts of Jhansi district, U.P.- A few case studies, (1999)
  • A. K. Agarwal, Exploration of fresh water in a mixed quality aquifer system and suitable well Application of Remote Sensing technique for rural drinking water supply scheme in parts of Jhansi district, U.P. A few case studies (1999)
  • A. K. Agarwal, Micro level planning, management and exploration of groundwater resources for drinking purpose using remote sensing and geophysical techniques in parts of Jhansi district, U.P., (1998)
  • A. K. Agarwal, Identification of buried paleochannel and shallow flood plain of river Betwa using remote sensing data and geophysical investigations in parts of Jhansi district, (1997).
  • A. K. Agarwal, Application of multidate satellite data from 1975 to 1988 for the study of siltation. In five reservoir adjoining Jhansi district (1997).
  • A. K. Agarwal, A proposal plan for rural drinking water supply for 111 villages by suggesting tube well sites through remote sensing technique – A case study in parts of Jhansi district, (1996)
  • A. K. Agarwal, A combined strategy of remote sensing and geophysical techniques for ornamentation of drinking water supply to Katera town, Jhansi district (UP), (1992)
  • A. K. Agarwal, District wise hydro geomorphologic mapping for sustainable development of groundwater in Uttar Pradesh using IRS –1A, (1992)
  • A. K. Agarwal, Evaluation of groundwater potential in the environs of Jhansi city, Uttar Pradesh through hydrogeomorphological assessment by satellite remote sensing techniques (1991)
  • A. K. Agarwal, Landslide Hazard zonation and management study in Jangal Chatti-Kedarnath area of Rudraprayag district, Uttarakhand: A Remote Sensing and GIS based approach paper presented in National Seminar on Glacial Geomorphology and Palaeoglaciation in Himalaya, 13-14th March, 2008 at Lucknow.
  • A. K. Agarwal, Application of digital Remote Sensing techniques in Landuse/Landcover mapping of Sidharth Nagar District, U.P., paper presented in International Seminar on Land Use Land Cover change and Agro-Biodiversity, 7-8th March, 2008 at Lucknow.
  • A. K. Agarwal, Mapping and monitoring of Landuse/Landcover of Balrampur District of Uttar Pradesh using Digital Remote Sensing technique, paper presented in National Conference on High Resolution Remote Sensing & Thematic applications, 18-20th December, 2007 at Kolkata.
  • A. K. Agarwal, Sprawl of major cities in Uttar Pradesh an assessment through Remote Sensing technique presented in Map World Forum, 22-25 February, 2007 at Hyderabad.
  • A. K. Agarwal, Comparison of LISS-III and LISS-IV sensors capabilities for water bodies’ studies on 1:50000 scale presented in ISPRS-TC IV International Symposium on Geospatial Databases for Sustainable Development at Goa, 27-30 September, 2006.
  • A. K. Agarwal, A GIS approach for development of water resources action plan in basaltic terrain of Bina river Subwatershed in International conference on Hydrology and Watershed Management with a focal theme on Water Quality and Conservation for Sustainable Development at JNTU Hyderabad during, 18-20 December, 2002.
  • V.Sarin, An integrated approach for sustainable development of water resources in Bhimtal Gad sub watershed Nainital District, U.P. Published in proceedings of seminar organized by Institute of Engineers (pp 173-189) at Lucknow.
  • V.Sarin, Integrated studies of Groundwater integrations in part of S.bar district published in Jl of Scientific research BHU.
  • V.Sarin, Remote Sensing and Geographical studies for groundwater problems of Hamirpur town in AEG Seminar.
  • V.Sarin, Detection of Ground Water salinity by Remote Sensing method in a part of Hamirpur district.
  • V.Sarin, Targeting Groundwater Potential Site in part of Jhaneri district, Up by using Satellite Remote Sensing Techniques” proc. All India seminar on Groundwater integration, Management and Geographical Techniques Pages: 23-28 (With Ground Water quality map of Jhaneri district 10-12 Dec. 1990)
  • Anjani Kumar Tangri, Ram Chandra, and S.K.S. Yadav, Chapter 4:Signatures and Evidences of Surging Glaciers in the Shyok Valley, Karakoram Himalaya, Ladakh Region, Jammu & Kashmir State, India (Published in Earth System Processes and Disaster Management; Society of Earth Scientist Series edited by R. Sinha and R. Ravindra; Springer-VerlagBerling Heidelberg 2013; pp. 37-50).
  • Anjani K. Tangri, Ram Chandra & S.K.S.Yadav, Extended Abstract on “Surging Glaciers–An exceptional but widely prevalent phenomena in Shyok valley, Karakoram Himalaya (Geomatrix’12,an international conference on geospatial technologies, organized by Centre of Studies in Resources Engineering (CSRE) at VMCC, IIT Bombay from 26th to 29th February 2012).
  • Anjani K. Tangri, S.K.S.Yadav & Ram Chandra, Extended Abstract on “Monitoring snow cover variations in Jhelum River basin, Kashmir Himalay, using multidate AWIFS data of Resourcesat1 (IRS-P6)-An Assessment of its impact on the hydrologyof Jhelum River” (Geomatrix’12,an international conference on geospatial technologies, organized by Centre of Studies in Resources Engineering (CSRE) at VMCC, IIT Bombay from 26th to 29th February 2012).
  • A. K. Tangri, Ram Chandra, & S.K.S. Yadav, Assessing the impact of climate change on Surging Glaciers in Shyok Valley of Karakoram Himalayas, Jammu & Kashmir state, India (National Conference on ”Science of Climate Change and Earth’s Sustainability: Issue and Challenges “Organised by The Society of Earth Scientists, India at, Lucknow University; 12-14Sept. 2011).
  • A. K. Tangri, S.K.S. Yadav, Ram Chandra, Divya Kumari & P.S. Karmakar, Revival of Dying River Systems Gangetic Plains of Uttar Pradesh, India- A case study of Gomati River (National Seminar on ”Late Quaternary Geology of the Himalayan Oregenand the Foreland Basin” Department of Geology, Lucknow University; 16-17Feb. 2011).
  • Ram Chandra, A.K.Tangri & S.K.S. Yadav, Monitoring Dynamics of Chong Kumdan Glaciers, Shyok Valley, Karakoram Himalaya, Ladakh Region, Jammu & Kashmir, India using Remote Sensing and GIS techniques (National Seminar on ”Late Quaternary Geology of the Himalayan Oregenand the ForelandBasin” Department of Geology, Lucknow University; 16-17Feb. 2011).
  • Evidences of surging glaciers in Shyok valley, Karakoram Himalaya,Jammu & Kashmir state, India-The First Cut results - A.K. Tangri, Ram Chandra & S.K.S. Yadav. (National Seminaron ”Glacial Geomorphology and Palaeoglaciation in Himalaya” Department of Geology, Lucknow University; 13-14 March 2008).
  • A.K. Tangri, Ram Chandra & S.K.S. Yadav, Extended Abstract on “Deciphering the neotectonic activity in Gangotri glacier area, Uttarakhand Himalaya, India” (National Seminar on ”Glacial Geomorphology and Palaeoglaciation in Himalaya” Department of Geology, Lucknow University; 13-14 March 2008).
  • S.K.S. Yadav, A.K. Tangri, & Ram Chandra, Assessment of snow cover variations in Jhelum river basin of Jammu and Kashmir state using multidate satellite data (National conference on ”Remote sensing and surfaces process ”Department of Geology, Lucknow University, 10-11March,2007).
  • A.K. Tangri, Ram Chandra & S.K.S. Yadav, Temporal Monitoring of Snout, Equilibrium Line and Ablation zone of Gangotri Glacier through Remote Sensing and GIS techniques – an attempt at deciphering the climatic variability (Geol.surv.IndiaSp.Pub. 80,2004;pp.145-153).
  • A.K. Tangri, Ram Chandra & S.K.S. Yadav, Extended Abstract on “Neotectonism in Himadri Domain of Garhwal Himalayas – As deciphered through glacial stream morphology” (National Seminar on Himalayan Orogen – Foreland Interaction, Department of Geology, Lucknow University, 29-30 Jan 2003).
  • A.K.Tangri, Ram Chandra & S.K.S. Yadav, Extended Abstract on “Deciphering climatic variability in Uttaranchal Himalaya through temporal monitoring of equilibrium line of Gangotri glacier using multidate satellite”, (ISRS national symposium -2001, Ahmadabad, 11-12 Dec, 2001).
  • A. K. Tangri, Ram Chandra & S.K.S. Yadav, Extended Abstract on “Detrital influxes in the melt water of Gangotriglaci Garhwal Himalaya (National Seminar on "Geodynamics and management of Himalaya" Srinagar, Garhwal, 4-6 December, 2000).
  • Sudhakar shukla & Rajiva Mohan, “A G.I.S base studies in Gomti River basin to access the surface and ground water quality”. (2016 )
  • Sudhakar shukla & Rajiva Mohan, “Ground water prospectus mapping through satellite borne data and G.I.S for assessment for Recharge structure. (2016 )
  • Sudhakar shukla, Rajiva Mohan, Amit mishra and Mayank mishra, Morphometric analysis for assessment of linear, areal and relief parameters of Gomti river basin using I.R.S.-3 data (2014).
  • Sudhakar shukla, Rajiva Mohan, Amit mishra and Mayank mishra Assessment of temporal migration of Gomti River using remote sensing and G.I.S. techniques (2014).
  • Anirudh Uniyal, P. N. Shah, Rohit Agarwal, V. Kumar, S.P.S. Jadaun, Sudhakar Shukla,and P. K. Goswami (2010): Landslide hazard zonation and management study in Mussorie, Thatyur and Dhanaulti area using high resolution point geocoded PAN data and GIS techniques.(Indian Landslide Vol. 3 No. 2, November, 2010.)
  • Sudhakar Shukla & Amit sinha (2009): Role of space borne technology in evaluation of wetlands & their impact on flood proneness- a case study of Rohini river watershed.(National Workshop On Basin wise drainage master plan for Uttar Pradesh-priorities and actions, organized by Irrigation department, Govt.of Uttar Pradesh & SWaRA, between March 02-03,2009 at Hotel Taj Residency, Lucknow Centre For Advanced Studies, Lucknow University, Lucknow)
  • Sudhakar Shukla, Amit Sinha, (2009): Evaluation of ground water prospects through assessment of hydro-geomorphic conditions in western part of Uttar Pradesh, using satellite based remote sensing technique(Conference On Glacial Quarternary Geological processes: Natural Hazards & Climate change, between February 25-26,2009 at Centre For Advanced Studies, Lucknow University, Lucknow)
  • Sudhakar Shukla, (2009): Application of Remote Sensing and GIS in disaster assessment and management.(GEOSYNERGY2008, between March 28-29,2009 at Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, Roorkee)
  • Anirudh Uniyal, P. N. Shah, Virendra Kumar, Milind wadodkar, Vibhu Sarin & Sudhakar Shukla, (2008): Landslide hazard zonation and management study in Jungalchatti-Kedarnath area of Rudraprayag district, Uttarakhand: A Remote Sensing and GIS based approach(National Seminar On Glacial Geomorphology Palaeoglaciation in Himalaya, between March 15-17,2008 at Centre For Advanced Studies, Lucknow University, Lucknow)
  • Sudhakar Shukla, S.P.S Jadaun, A. K.Srivastava, P. N. Shah and K. Rajarajan (2008): A Remote Sensing & G.I.S. based approach in assessing detailed landslide hazard zonation and management in a part of deglaciated Malpagarh valley in Pithoragarh District of Uttarakhand (National Seminar On Glacial Geomorphology, Palaeoglaciation in Himalaya, between March 15-17,2008 at Centre For Advanced Studies, Lucknow University, Lucknow)
  • Sudhakar Shukla, Chaitali Ghosh (2008): Identification of erosion prone areas in a sub-catchment of Bijul river basin: a GIS and Remote Sensing based approach (International Seminar On Land Use Land Cover Change and agro- biodiversity between March 07-08,2008 at Department of Geography, National Post Graduate College, University of Lucknow, Lucknow)
  • Sudhakar Shukla, A.N. Singh,L. I. M Rao, A. L. Haldar & Amit Sinha (2008): An assessment of crop damage in flood prone areas of Mehnagar block of Azamgarh district of Uttar Pradesh through space borne technology. (National Seminar On Geomorphology in disaster mitigation and management, between February 15-17, 2008 at Department of Geography ,Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi.)
  • Sudhakar Shukla, Chaitali Ghosh (2008): Role of geomorphic features in assessment of hazard prone areas in a part of Chamoli district, Uttarakhand: A remote sensing and GIS based approach (National Seminar On Geomorphology in disaster mitigation and management, between February 15-17, 2008 at Department of Geography ,Banaras Hindu University,Varanasi.)
  • Sudhakar Shukla, Tangri A.K., Snehmani (2007): Evaluation Of Snow Cover & Terrain Characteristics In Snow Bound Areas Of Higher Himalayas Using Remote Sensing & GIS Techniques - A Case Study In Zanskar Range Of Ladakh Himalayas, Jammu & Kashmir (National Seminar On Remote Sensing Surface Processes, Organised By Centre For Advanced Studies, Lucknow University, Lucknow, between March 09 &10,2007)
  • Anirudh Uniyal , Virendra Kumar, Milind Wadodkar, Sudhakar Shukla, Vibhu Sarin & P.N. Shah (2007): Natural disaster mitigation :A remote sensing and GIS based approach for landslide hazard zonation and management in Madhyamaheshwar Ganga & Kali Ganga river valleys in Rudraprayag district Uttarakhand (National Seminar On Remote Sensing Surface Processes, Organised By Centre For Advanced Studies, Lucknow University, Lucknow, between March 09 &10,2007)
  • Sudhakar Shukla, Achyut k Yadav (2007): Role of the local admininstration in awareness for disaster management National Seminar On Role Of Local Urban Government In Disaster Management, Organized By RCEUS, Lucknow Between March 23 & 24,2007)
  • Sudhakar Shukla, L. I. M. Rao, A.L.Haldar, A.K.Agarwal, Amit Sinha, A.N. Singh (2007): A perspective of space borne technology in flood mapping & assessment of crop damage in flood prone areas (National Seminar on Role of Local Urban Government in Disaster Management, organized by RCEUS, Lucknow between March 23 & 24,2007)
  • Sudhakar Shukla & Amit Gupta (2005): Utility of Remote sensing ,GIS& Geophysical studies in delineation of ground water potential zones in Jagarbariya watershed , Allahabad district of U.P.(National Seminar on GIS Applications in Rural Development, organized by National Institute of Rural Development, Hyderabad between September 26-28,2005)
  • Shukla Sudhakar, Sarin Vibhu, Mohan Rajiva (1999): Integrated approach in development of water resources action plan in Bhimtal Gad subwatershed of Nainital distt. Of U.P.(Abstract published in National Symposium on Remote Sensing Applications for Natural Resources with special emphasis on watershed management and annual convention of ISRS held at Bhubaneshwar, between Dec. 15-17; 1999)
  • Jadaun S.P.S., Shukla Sudhakar, (1999): Utilization of Remote Sensing & GIS techniques in optimal management of watershed : A case study in part of upper Machkund watershed, Vishakhapatnam, A.P.(Abstract published in National Symposim on Remote Sensing Applicaitons for Natural Resources with special emphasis on watershed management and annual covention of ISRS held at Bhubaneshwar, between Dec. 15-17: 1999)
  • Shukla Sudhakar, Mohan Rajiva, Mathur Arvind (1999): An assessment of Environmental impact on water quality of Mansi Ganga kund near Goverdhan town, Mathura distt. based on Remote Sensing & field investigations.(Abstract accepted for publicaiton in an International Conference on enviornmental challenges for the new Millenium held between 25th – 27th Nov. 1999, New Delhi.)
  • Shukla Sudhakar, Sarin Vibhu, Sinha Amit (1999): An application of GIS in understanding the interdependence of snow accumulation on basin elevation and slope parameters : A case study of Gangotri Glacier watershed at Bhojbasa, Distt. Uttarkashi, U.P.(Abstract accepted for National snow science workshop, to be held at Manali, Oct. 1999.)
  • Shukla Sudhakar, Sinha Amit (1999): Quantitative assessment of winter snow precipitation / summer snow melt off using satellite remote sensing: A case study of Bhagirathi river basin.(abstract published in the proceeding volume of symposium on snow Ice & Glaciers – A Himalayan perspective, Lucknow, March 1999.)
  • Shukla Sudhakar, (1998): Role of remote sensing in the environmental assessment and management. (Souvenir of Environment protection – A green vision for 21st century, Pilibhit U.P., Jan’99.)
  • Tangri A.K.; Shukla Sudhakar, Sinha Amit (1995): Spectral Responses of Glacial Melt Water as a measure of qualitative assessment of suspended sediments.( proceedings of the National Symposium on Remote Sensing, Ludhiana, October, 23-25, 1995.)
  • Shukla Sudhakar (1995): A geoenvironmental perview of Lakhwar Reservoir Area, Garhwal Himalaya, U.P. India. (abstract is accepted for publication in the abstract volume of International seminar on Sustainable Reconstruction of High land & Headwater regions, New Delhi 1995.)
  • Shukla Sudhakar, Anbalagan R. (1995): Analysis of support system in underground cavities using field & laboratory data - A case study of Lakhwar underground power house, Garhwal Himalayas U.P.( proceeding volume of Symposium on Recent advances in Geological studies in NW Himalaya & the fore deep, Lucknow U.P. March 1995.)
  • Shukla Sudhakar, Anbalagan R. (1995): Analysis of Support system in underground cavities using field & laboratory data - A case of Lakhwar underground power house, Garhwal Himalayas U.P.(abstract volume of the Symposium on Recent advances in Geological Studies in NW Himalaya and the fore deep Lucknow U.P. March 1995.)
  • Shukla Sudhakar (1993): Bridge site selection across river Ganga in the vicinity of Kanpur metropolis using Remote Sensing Technique.( abstracthe volume of the National Symposium on Remote Sensing, Guwahati, November 1993.)
  • Tangri A.K.; Sinha A. & Shukla Sudhakar (1993): Evaluation of Snow pack characteristics through multimode analysis of IRS-1A, LISS-II data - A case study in Chamoli district of U.P. India. (proceedings of the 14th Asian conference on Remote Sensing, Tehran, October 1993.)
  • Tangri A.K.; Sinha A. & Shukla Sudhakar (1992): Dependence of snow accumulation on basinal slope parameters in Alaknanda subwatershed, Chamoli district, U.P. - An attempt through integration of Remotely sensed data with conventional methodologies. (proceeding of the National Symposium on Remote Sensing for sustainable developments, Lucknow November 1992.)
  • Tangri A.K. & Shukla Sudhakar (1992): Integration of Remotely Sensed data, meteorological parameters & topographical details in snow melt run off modeling. (proceedings of the International Symposium on hydrology on mountainous area, Shimla, May 1992.)
  • Tangri A.K.; Chaturvedi S. & Shukla Sudhakar (1991): Assessment of land cover variations in time & space through use of multidate satellite data - A case study in Chamoli district of U.P. India. (Abstract volume of the National seminar on Remote Sensing, Madras, December 1991.)
  • Tangri A.K.; Shukla Sudhakar & Chaturvedi S. (1991): Application of Landsat TM & IRS-1A, LISS-II data in snow cover mapping and snow melt/runoff predictions in a part of U.P. Himalayas, India.( Abstract Volume of the IGCP-264 meet on Remote Sensing based Spectral properties, Pune, Dec. 1991.)

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