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Ram, K and Singh, S and Sarin, MM and Srivastava, AK and Tripathi, SN (2016) Variability in aerosol optical properties over an urban site, Kanpur, in the Indo-Gangetic Plain: A case study of haze and dust events. Atmospheric Research, 174-17. pp. 52-61.

Kanawade, VP and Tripathi, SN and Siingh, D and Gautam, AS and Srivastava, AK and Kamra, AK and Soni, VK and Sethi, V (2014) Observations of new particle formation at two distinct Indian subcontinental urban locations. Atmospheric Environment, 96. pp. 370-379.

Rawal, A and Tripathi, SN and Michael, M and Srivastava, AK and Harrison, RG (2013) Quantifying the importance of galactic cosmic rays in cloud microphysical processes. Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics, 102. pp. 243-251.

Srivastava, AK and Tripathi, SN and Dey, S and Kanawade, VP and Tiwari, S (2012) Inferring aerosol types over the Indo-Gangetic Basin from ground based sunphotometer measurements. Atmospheric Research, 109-11. pp. 64-75.

Jai Devi, J and Tripathi, SN and Gupta, T and Singh, BN and Gopalakrishnan, V and Dey, S (2011) Observation-based 3-D view of aerosol radiative properties over Indian Continental Tropical Convergence Zone: Implications to regional climate. Tellus, Series B: Chemical and Physical Meteorology, 63 (5). pp. 971-989.

Srivastava, AK and Tiwari, S and Devara, PCS and Bisht, DS and Srivastava, MK and Tripathi, SN and Goloub, P and Holben, BN (2011) Pre-monsoon aerosol characteristics over the Indo-Gangetic Basin: Implications to climatic impact. Annales Geophysicae, 29 (5). pp. 789-804.

Srivastava, KA and Tripathi, SN (2010) Numerical study for production of space charge within the stratiform cloud. Journal of Earth System Science, 119 (5). pp. 627-638.

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