Research Highlights


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1 Upadhyay R, Gautam S, Ram Awatar. 2022. Discovery of an Entrapped Early Permian (ca. 299 Ma) Peri-Gondwanic Sliver in the Cretaceous Shyok Suture of Northern Ladakh, India: Diverse Implications.The Geological Society of America 32, 4-7 doi.org/10.1130/GSATG48 1A.1 Download
2 Bansal M, Morley RJ, Nagaraju SK, Dutta S, Mishra AK, Selveraj J, Kumar S, Niyolia D, Harish SM, Abdelrahim OB, Hasan SE, Ramesh BR, Dayanandan S, Morley SP, Ashton PS, Prasad V. 2022. Southeast Asian Dipterocarp origin and diversification driven by Africa-India floristic interchange. Science 375, 455-460 doi.org/10.1126/science.abk2177 Download
3 Ansari, A.H., Singh, V.K., Sharma, M. and Kumar, K., 2021. High authigenic Co enrichment in the non‐euxinic buff‐grey and black shale of the Chandarpur Group, Chhattisgarh Supergroup: Implication for the late Mesoproterozoic shallow marine redox condition. Terra Nova doi.org/10.1111/ter.12564 Download
4 Thomte L, Shah SK, Mehrotra N, Bhagabati AK, Saikia A. 2022. Influence of climate on multiple tree-ring parameters of Pinus kesiya from Manipur, Northeast India. Dendrochronologia 71: 125906 doi.org/10.1016/j.dendro.2021.125906 Download
5 Demina AV, Belokopytova LV, Zhirnova DF, Mehrotra N, Shah SK, Babushkina EA, Vaganov EA. 2022. Degree of connectivity in reconstructed precipitation dynamics and extremes for semiarid regions across South Siberia. Dendrochronologia 71. 125903. doi.org/10.1016/j.dendro.2021.125903 Download
6 Singh AK, Chakraborty PP. 2021. Geochemistry and hydrocarbon source rock potential of shales from the Palaeo- Mesoproterozoic Vindhyan Supergroup, central India. Energy Geoscience doi.org/10.1016/j.engeos.2021.10.007. Download
7 Shah SK, Mehrotra M, Gaire NP, Thomte L, Sharma B, Pandey U, Katel O. 2022. Potential utility of Himalayan tree-ring δ18O to reveal spatial patterns of past drought variability – It’s assessments and implications. In Kumaran KPN, Padmalal D (Eds): Holocene Climate Change and Environment, Elsevier. 265-292 doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-323-90085-0.00003-6 Download
8 Quamar F. 2022. Holocene vegetation and climate change from central India: An updated and a detailed pollen-based review. In Kumaran KPN, Padmalal D (Eds): Holocene Climate Change and Environment, Elsevier. 129-162. doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-323-90085-0.00013-9 Download
9 Phartiyal B, Nag D, Joshi P. 2022. Holocene climatic record of Ladakh, Trans-Himalaya. In Kumaran KPN, Padmalal D (Eds): Holocene Climate Change and Environment, Elsevier. 61-88 doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-323-90085-0.00023-1 Download
10 Singh V, Misra KG, Yadava AK, Yadav RR. 2022. Application of tree rings in understanding long-term variability in river discharge of high Himalayas, India. In Kumaran KPN, Padmalal D (Eds): Holocene Climate Change and Environment, Elsevier. 247-263 doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-323-90085-0.00018-8 Download
11 Trivedi A. 2022. Holocene vegetation, climate, and culture in Northeast India: A pollen data–based review. In Kumaran KPN, Padmalal D (Eds): Holocene Climate Change and Environment, Elsevier. 611-627 doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-323-90085-0.00019-X Download