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Scientific understanding of the energetics, dynamics and chemistry

of the terrestrial and planetary environments,and implications to the society

 


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Radhika

   
  Dr. Radhika Ramachandran    
  Dr. Radhika Ramachandran joined ISRO in Jan. 1984 and started her research career in the area of "Boundary Layer Physics". She was the founder head of a new branch, "NAM" at SPL. She has taken over as Director of SPL in Mar. 2017. [MORE ....]    

 

 

 

new1Das et al. (2020),  Long-term observations of stratosphere-troposphere exchange using MST Radar and Aura MLS measurements over a tropical station Gadanki, Radio Science, https://doi.org/10.1029/2019RS006969.

new1Girach et al., (2020), "O3 and CO in the South Asian outflow over the Bay of Bengal: Impact of monsoonal dynamics and chemistry", Atmospheric Environment, 233, 117610, 2020. (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.atmosenv.2020.117610

new1Usha  et al., (2020), "Modeling of aerosol induced snow albedo feedbacks over the Himalayas and its implications on regional climate", Climate Dynamics, 2020. (http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00382-020-05222-5)

 

new1Uma et al., (2020) , Role of Intra-Seasonal Variability in the Indian Summer Monsoon on the Hydration and Dehydration of the Upper Troposphere, Theoretical and Applied Climatology, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00704-020-03243-y

new1Suneeth and Das (2020), Zonally resolved water vapour coupling with tropical tropopause temperature: Seasonal and interannual variability, and influence of the Walker circulation, Climate Dynamics, https://doi.org/10/1007/s00328-020-05255-w.

new1Boreddy et al., (2020), Impact of ice-free oases on particulate matter over the East Antarctic: Inferences from the carbonaceous, water-soluble species and trace metals", Polar Sciencehttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.polar.2020.100520

new1Girach  et al., (2020), Tropospheric carbon monoxide over the northern Indian Ocean during winter: influence of inter-continental transport", Climate Dynamics, 2020. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00382-020-05269-4

new1Ojha et al. (2020), On the widespread enhancement in fine particulate matter across the Indo-Gangetic Plain towards winter", Scientific Reports, 10:5862, http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-62710-8

new1Kompalli et al.  (2020), Seasonal contrast in size distributions and mixing state of black carbon and its association with PM1.0 chemical composition from the eastern coast of India, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 20, 3135–3149, https://doi.org/10.5194/acp-20-3135-2020.

new1Koushik et al.  (2020), Planetary waves in the mesosphere lower thermosphere during stratospheric sudden warming: observations using a network of meteor radars from high to equatorial latitudes. Climate Dynamics https://doi.org/10.1007/s00382-020-05214-5

new1Nair,et al., (2020),Cloud condensation nuclei properties of South Asian outflow over the northern Indian Ocean during winter, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 20, 3135–3149, https://doi.org/10.5194/acp-20-3135-2020

new1Das and Suneeth(2020), Seasonal and interannual variations of water vapor in the upper troposphere and lower stratosphere over the Asian Summer Monsoon region- in perspective of the tropopause and ocean-atmosphere interactions, Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics, 10.1016/j.jastp.2020.105244, 2020
new1Muhsin et al., (2020),Contrasting features of tropospheric turbulence over the Indian peninsula,Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics,197, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jastp.2019.105179
new1Kumar and Sunilkumar, (2020),Assessment of INSAT-3D Retrieved Temperature and Water Vapour With Collocated Radiosonde Measurements Over Indian Region, IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing.doi : 10.1109/TGRS.2019.2960277

new1Manju et al., (2020), Chandrayaan-2 Lander platform:RAMBHA-LP payload, Current Science, VOL. 118, NO. 3, 10.

new1Aswathy and Manju, (2020), Time of evening zonal drift reversal in F- region and its implications for post sunset ionosphere, Journal of Atmospheric and Solar–Terrestrial Physics, 200, 105210, https://doi.org/10.1016, 2020 /j.jastp.2020.105210

new1Manju et al., (2020), In-situ observations of rocket burn induced modulations of the top side ionosphere using the IDEA payload on-board the unique orbiting experimental platform (PS4) of the Indian Polar orbiting Satellite Launch Vehicle mission, Journal of Atmospheric and Solar–Terrestrial Physics 199, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jastp.2020.105203

new1Mathewet al., (2020), Millimeter-Wave Radiometric Information Content Analysis for Venus Atmospheric Constituents, Radio Science, 55,e2019RS006913. https://doi.org/10.1029/2019RS006913

new1Koushik et al.,(2020), Westward Acceleration of Tropical Stratopause Zonal Winds during Major Sudden Stratospheric Warming Events, Geophysical Research Letters, https://doi.org/10.1029/2019GL086857

new1Muhsin, et al., (2020),“Contrasting features of tropospheric turbulence over the Indian peninsula”,Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics,197,https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jastp.2019.105179

new1Davis et al., (2020),Effect of Clouds on the Diurnal Evolution of Atmospheric Boundary Layer Height over a Tropical Coastal Station", Boundary-Layer Meteorology, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10546-019-00497-6

new1Mishra et al.,(2020), "Characterization of GSAT-14 satellite Ka-band microwave signal attenuation due to precipitation over a Tropical Coastal station in the southern peninsular region of the Indian subcontinent", Radio Science, 55, e2019RS006910. https://doi.org/10.1029/2019RS006910

new1Aneesh and Sijikumar, (2020),Existence of ‘mini-break’ like condition during early Indian monsoon onset years, Climate Dynamics, http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00382-020-05121-9 2020

new1Nair et al.,(2020), Role of Cyclone “Ockhi” in the re-distribution of aerosols and its impact on the precipitation over the Arabian Sea, Atmospheric Research, 235, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.atmosres.2020.104797

 

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ARFINET Metadata

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Parameter-1:

Data Definition: Black Carbon (BC) mass concentration

Unit: µg m-3

Instrument: Aethalometer

SN

Station name

Lat

Lon

Alt

Measurement started

1

Trivandrum

8.5

77

2

Mar-2000

2

Port Blair

11.64

92.71

60

Jan-2002

3

Bangalore

12.97

77.59

960

Aug-2003

4

Kanpur

26.4

80.3

50

Jan-2004

5

Kharagpur

22.5

87.5

28

Nov-2004

6

Nainital

29.2

79.3

1960

Nov-2004

7

Pune

18.54

73.85

457

Jan-2005

8

Hyderabad (NRSC)

17.75

78.73

557

Dec-2005

9

Shillong

25.6

91.91

1033

Jul-2006

10

Dehradun

30.34

78.04

700

Mar-2007

11

Goa

15.46

73.83

70

Aug-2007

12

Anantapur

14.46

77.67

25

Sep-2007

13

Naliya

22.23

68.89

50

Nov-2007

14

Patiala

30.33

76.46

249

Dec-2007

15

Visakhapatnam

17.7

83.1

20

Dec-2007

16

Ahmedabad

23.1

72.6

55

Jan-2008

17

Ooty

11.4

76.7

2520

Jan-2008

18

Dibrugarh

27.3

94.6

111

May-2008

19

Rajkot

22.3

70.73

142

Jul-2008

20

Udaipur

24.6

73.9

577

Jul-2008

21

Bhubaneswar

20.2

85.8

78

Oct-2008

22

Hyderabad (TIFR)

17.47

78.58

557

Dec-2008

23

Varanasi

25.3

82.96

78

Jan-2009

24

Jaisalmer

26.92

70.95

225

Mar-2009

25

Kullu

31.9

77.1

1154

Jul-2009

26

Hanle

32.78

78.95

4520

Aug-2009

27

Nagpur

21.15

79.15

300

May-2010

28

Agartala

23.5

91.25

43

Sep-2010

29

Imphal

24.75

93.92

765

Sep-2010

30

Chennai

12.7

79.92

50

Mar-2011

31

Delhi

28.6

77.2

239

Apr-2011

32

Kadappa

14.46

78.81

138

Apr-2011

33

Hyderabad (SHD)

17.63

78.55

550

Mar-2012

34

Kolkata

22.57

88.37

12

May-2012

35

Challakere

14.32

76.65

583

Oct-2012

36

Gorakhpur

26.75

83.38

85

Aug-2013

37

Agra

27.18

78.02

169

Apr-2014



 

Parameter - 2

Data Definition: Aerosol Optical Depth (AOD)

Data resolution: Daily

Instrument: Multi-Wavelength Solar Radiometer (MWR)

Wavelengths: 380nm, 400nm, 450nm, 500nm, 600nm, 650nm, 750nm, 850nm, 935nm and 1025 nm

SN

Station name

Lat

Lon

Alt

Measurement started

1

Trivandrum

8.5

77

2

Nov-1985

2

Visakhapatnam

17.7

83.1

20

Dec-1987

3

Anantapur

14.46

77.67

25

Jan-2001

4

Dibrugarh

27.3

94.6

111

Oct-2001

5

Nainital

29.2

79.3

1960

Jan-2002

6

Bangalore

12.97

77.59

960

Jan-2003

7

Hyderabad-NRSC

17.75

78.73

557

Apr-2003

8

Port Blair

11.64

92.71

60

Oct-2006

9

Dehradun

30.34

78.04

700

Jan-2007

10

Goa

15.46

73.83

70

Oct-2007

11

Hyderabad-TIFR

17.47

78.58

557

Oct-2007

12

Shillong

25.6

91.91

1033

Feb-2008

13

Nagpur

21.15

79.15

300

Jul-2008

14

Kullu

31.9

77.1

1154

Jun-2009

15

Hanle

32.78

78.95

4520

Aug-2009

16

Patiala

30.33

76.46

249

Sep-2009

17

Rajkot

22.3

70.73

142

Feb-2010

18

Jaiselmir

26.92

70.95

225

May-2010

19

Udaipur

24.6

73.9

577

Jun-2010

20

Ooty

11.4

76.7

2520

Jan-2011

21

Varanasi

25.3

82.96

78

Nov-2011

22

Delhi

28.6

77.2

239

Jan-2012

23

Kolkata

22.57

88.37

12

Feb-2012

24

Chennai

12.7

79.92

50

Jul-2013

25

Gorkhpur

26.75

83.38

85

Oct-2013

26

Kadappa

14.46

78.81

138

Nov-2013

27

Agra

27.18

78.02

169

Sep-2014

28

Challakere

14.32

76.65

583

Mar-2015

29

Agartala

23.5

91.25

43

Dec-2015