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Ananthakrishnan, R and Soman, MK (1989) Anomalies in aerological data of Mangalore and Ahmedabad. Mausam, 40. pp. 279-282.

Ananthakrishnan, R and Soman, MK (1989) Further examination of the anomaly in the radiosonde data of Ahmedabad. Mausam, 40. pp. 202-206.

Ananthakrishnan, R and Soman, MK (1989) Onset dates of the south-west monsoon over Kerala for the period 1870-1900. International Journal of Climatology, 9 (3). pp. 321-322.

Ananthakrishnan, R and Soman, MK (1989) Statistical distribution of daily rainfall and its association with the coefficient of variation of rainfall series. International Journal of Climatology, 9 (5). pp. 485-500.

B

Bawiskar, SM and Awade, ST and Singh, SS (1989) Harmonic analysis of summer mean wind at 200 mbar level during contrasting monsoon years over India. Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences - Earth and Planetary Sciences, 98 (4). pp. 365-373.

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Chakraborty, DR and Salvekar, PS (1989) An efficient accurate direct solution of Poisson's equation for computation of meteorological parameters. Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 6 (4). pp. 501-508.

Chatterjee, RN and Prakash, P (1989) A radar study of severe thunderstorms around Delhi, Northern India, during the Monsoon season. Atmospheric Research, 22 (4). pp. 373-384.

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Devara, PCS (1989) Active remote sensing of the atmosphere using lasers. Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research, 48 (2). pp. 71-83.

Devara, PCS and Chandrasekhar, G and Ahmed, MI (1989) Some aspects of the diurnal and semidiurnal tidal wind field in meteor zone. Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 6 (3). pp. 357-364.

Devara, PCS and Ernest Raj, P (1989) Remote sounding of aerosols in the lower atmosphere using a bistatic CW helium-neon lidar. Journal of Aerosol Science, 20 (1). pp. 37-44.

Devara, PCS and Raj, PE (1989) Association between aerosol scattering and meteorological parameters during lunar eclipse. IASTA Newsletter, 2. pp. 11-14.

Devara, PCS and Raj, PE (1989) Lidar aerosol measurements during lunar eclipse. Journal of Optics, 18. p. 25.

Devara, PCS and Raj, PE (1989) Remote sensing of atmospheric NO2 concentration in the surface layer using the Argon ion lidar system at Pune. Atmospheric Environment, 23 (4). pp. 875-877.

Devara, PCS and Raj, PE and Londhe, AL (1989) Laser radar monitoring of tropospheric aerosols. Indian Journal of Radio and Space Physics, 18. pp. 57-60.

Dhanorkar, S and Deshpande, CG and Kamra, AK (1989) Atmospheric electricity measurements at Pune during the solar eclipse of 18 March 1988. Journal of Atmospheric and Terrestrial Physics, 51 (11-12). pp. 1031-1034.

Dhanorkar, SS and Desphande, CG and Kamra, AK (1989) Observations of some atmospheric electrical parameters in the surface layer. Atmospheric Environment, 23 (4 pt 1). pp. 839-841.

Dhar, ON and Nandargi, S (1989) Study of heavy rainfall distribution over the intermediate catchment of the Narmada basin between Narmada Sagar and Sardar Sarovar Dam site. Indian Journal of Power and River Valley Development, XXXIX. pp. 46-50.

Dhar, ON and Nandargi, SS (1989) Distribution of rainfall over different sections of the Narmada basin associated with the highest clouds in recent times. Indian Journal of Power and River. Valley Development, XXXIV. pp. 210-214.

Dhar, ON and Nandargi, SS (1989) Floods in Indian rivers during contrasting monsoon seasons of 1987 and 1988. Hydrology Journal, XII. pp. 21-34.

Dhar, ON and Nandargi, SS and Kulkarni, AK (1989) Analysis of severe rain-storms of Andhra Pradesh. Journal of Applied Hydrology, 2. pp. 55-67.

Dhar, ON and Nandargi, SS and Kulkarni, AK (1989) Estimation of PMP for basin located in the western ghats of Kerala. Transactions of Institute of Indian Geographers, 9. pp. 1-2.

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Gowariker, V and Thapliyal, V and Sarkar, RP and Mandal, GS and Sikka, DR (1989) Parameteric and power regression models : new approach to long range forecasting of monsoon rainfall in India. Mausam, 40. pp. 115-122.

H

Hingane, LS (1989) Effect of increasing CO2 on the stratospheric level of CO and O3. Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 6 (3). pp. 390-392.

Hingane, LS (1989) Role of ozone in the sodium and hydroxyl nightglow. Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 6 (1). pp. 89-97.

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Kamra, AK (1989) Charge transfer by point discharge below dust storms. Geophysical Research Letters, 16. pp. 127-129.

Kamra, AK and Ahire, DV (1989) Wind-tunnel studies of the shape of charged and uncharged water drops in the absence or presence of an electric field. Atmospheric Research, 23 (2). pp. 117-134.

Khemani, LT and Momin, GA and Prakasa Rao, PS and Safai, PD and Singh, G and Chatterjee, RN and Prakash, P (1989) Long-term effects of pollutants on pH of rain water in North India. Atmospheric Environment, 23 (4 pt 1). pp. 753-756.

Khemani, LT and Momin, GA and Prakasa Rao, PS and Safai, PD and Singh, G and Kapoor, RK (1989) Spread of acid rain over India. Atmospheric Environment, 23 (4 pt 1). pp. 757-762.

Khemani, LT and Rao, PSP and Momin, GA and Safai, PD (1989) Chemistry of dry deposition collected at Pune. IASTA News Letter, 2. pp. 6-10.

L

Lal, M and Kapoor, RK (1989) Certain meteorological features of submicron aerosols at Schirmacher oasis, East Antarctica. Atmospheric Environment, 23. pp. 803-808.

M

Mahajan, PN and Mupmdar, VR and Ghanekar, SP (1989) Excitation of low-level jet as seen by GOES (I-O) satellite off the Somali coast. Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 6 (4). pp. 475-482.

Manohar, GK and Kandalgaonkar, SS and Sholapurkar, SM (1989) Effects of thermal power plant emissions on atmospheric electrical parameters. Atmospheric Environment, 23 (4 pt 1). pp. 843-850.

Mehra, P (1989) Lunar phases and atmospheric electric field. Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 6 (2). pp. 239-246.

Mukherjee, BK and Kulkarni, CP and Indira, K and Dani, KK (1989) Temperatures and winds over tropical middle atmosphere during two contrasting summer monsoons, 1975 and 1979. Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 6 (3). pp. 325-334.

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Raj, PE and Devara, PCS (1989) Lidar sensing of aerosol layer variations for environmental studies. Journal of Instrument Society of India, 19. pp. 335-339.

Raj, PE and Devara, PCS (1989) Some results of lidar aerosol measurements and their relationship with meteorological parameters. Atmospheric Environment, 23 (4 pt 1). pp. 831-838.

Rajamani, S and Sikdar, DN (1989) Some dynamical characteristics and thermal structure of monsoon depression over Bay of Bengal. Tellus, 41A. pp. 255-269.

Ramesh, R and Bhattacharya, SK and Pant, GB (1989) Climatic significance of D variations in a tropical tree species from India. Nature, 337 (6203). pp. 149-150.

Reddy, RS and Neralla, VR and Godson, WL (1989) Solar cycle and Indian rainfall (Study of relationship between solar cycles and Indian rainfall for the period 1871-1984 of using MEST). Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 39. pp. 194-198.

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Selvan, AMary (1989) Deterministic chaos model for self-organized adaptive networks in atmospheric flows. In: Aerospace and Electronics Conference, 1989. NAECON 1989, 22-26 May 1989, Dayton, OH.

Singh, N (1989) Statistical distribution of extremes of rainfall at Colaba, Bombay. Mausam, 40. pp. 85-90.

Singh, N and Kumar, KK and Soman, MK (1989) Long-term changes in the rainfall processes over Kerala. Hydrology Journal of IAH, 3. pp. 73-88.

Singh, N and Kumar, KK and Soman, MK (1989) Some features of the periods contributing specified percentages of rainfall to annual total in Kerala, India. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 39 (3). pp. 160-170.

Sinha, SK and Talwalkar, DR and Narkhedkar, SG and Rajamani, S (1989) A scheme for objective analysis of wind field incorporating multi- weighting functions in the optimum interpolation method. Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 6 (4). pp. 435-446.

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