i. Research Paper:
1. Abebe A, Pathak H, Singh SD, Bhatia A, Harit RC and Kumar V. (2016). Growth, yield and quality of maize with elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide and temperature in north–west India. Agric Ecosyst Environ 218:66-72.
2. Abedinpour M, Sarangi A, Rajput TBS, Man Singh, Pathak H, Ahmad T. (2012). Performance evaluation of AquaCrop model for maize crop in a semi-arid environment. Agric Water Manage 110:55-66.
3. Abeysingha NS, Singh M, Sehgal VK, Khanna M and Pathak H (2014) Analysis of Rainfall and Temperature Trends in Gomti River Basin. J Agril Physics14(1): 54-66.
4. Abeysingha NS, Singh M, Sehgal VK, Khanna M and Pathak H. (2016). Analysis of trends in stream flow and its linkages with rainfall and anthropogenic factors in Gomti River basin of north India. Theoretical and Applied Climatology 123:785–799.
5. Abeysingha NS, Singh M, Sehgal VK, Khanna M, Pathak H and Srinivasan PJR (2015). Assessment of water yield and evapotranspiration over 1985 to 2010 in the Gomti River basin in India using the SWAT model. Curr Sci 108(12): 2202-2212.
6. Aggarwal PK, Palanisami K, Khanna M and Kakumanu KR. (2012). Climate change and food security of India: Adaptation strategies for the irrigation sector. World Agric 3(1): 20-26.
7. Ahmad Aien, Bahuguna, RN, Khetarpal Sangeeta and Singh Madan Pal. (2011). Higher glycinebetaine and antioxidant enzymes activity are associated with high temperature tolerance in potato. Indian J. Plant Physiol. 16(3&4) N.S.: 284-292
8. Ahmad Aien, Khetarpal Sangeeta and Pal Madan. (2011). Photosynthetic characteristics of potato cultivars grown under high temperature. American- Eurasian J. Agril. & Environmental Science. 11(5): 633-639.
9. Arun Kumar, R., Sairam, R.K., Deshmukh, P.S., Pal, Madan, Khetrapal, S., Pandey, S.K., Kushwaha S.R. and Singh, T.P. (2012). Higher temperature stress and accumulation of compatible solutes in chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.). Indian J. Plant Physiol., 17(2): 145-150.
10. Asseng S, .., Naresh Kumar S, et al. (2015). Rising temperatures reduce global wheat production. Nature Climate Change 5:143-147.
11. Asseng S, Naresh Kumar S, et al. (2015). Benchmark data set for wheat growth models: field experiments and AgMIP multi-model simulations. Open Data J Agric Res 1: 1-5.
12. Asseng, S., ..Naresh Kumar S et al (2013). Uncertainty in simulating wheat yields under climate change. Nature Climate Change doi:10.1038/nclimate1916; Nature Climate Change 3: 827-832.
13. Bahuguna RN, Jha J, Pal M, Shah D, Lawas L, Khetarpal S and Jagadish Krishna SV. (2014). Physiological and biochemical characterization of NERICA-L 44: A novel source of heat tolerance at the vegetative and reproductive stages in rice. Physiol Planta 154(4): 543-559.
14. Bahuguna RN, Shah D, Jha J, Pandey SK, Khetrapal S, Anand A and Pal M. (2012). Effect of mild temperature stress on reproductiondynamics and yield of chickpea (Cicerarietinum L.). Indian J PlantPhysiol 17(1): 1-8.
15. Bansal H, Sharma PK, Jabalia N, Chaurasia A, Rani M and Pathak H. (2012). Characterization of soil resources using geographical information system for improved crop management. Inter J Adv Bioinform Comput Biol 1:12-21.
16. Bassu S, ..Naresh Kumar S et al. (2014). How do various maize crop models vary in their responses to climate change factors? Global Change Biol 20: 2301-2320.
17. Bera T, Purakayastha T J and Patra, A K. (2014). Spectral, Chemical and Physical characterisation of mustard stalk biochar as affected by temperature. Clay Research 33: 36-45
18. Bhatia A, Aggarwal PK, Jain N and Pathak H. (2012). Greenhouse gas emission from rice- and wheat-growing areas in India: Spatial analysis and upscaling. Greenhouse Gas Sci Technol 2:115–125.
19. Bhatia A, Ghosh A, Kumar V, Tomer R, Singh SD, Pathak H. (2011). Effect of elevated tropospheric ozone on methane and nitrous oxide emission from rice soil in north India. Agric Ecosyst Environ 144: 21-28.
20. Bhatia A, Jain N and Pathak H (2013) Methane and nitrous oxide emissions from Indian rice paddies, agricultural soils and crop residue burning. Greenhouse Gas Sci Technol 3(2): 196-211.
21. Bhatia A, Kumar A, Das TK, Singh J, Jain N and Pathak H. (2013). Methane and nitrous oxide emissions from soils under direct-seeded rice. Int J Agric Stat Sci 9:729-736.
22. Bhatia A, Pathak H, Aggarwal PK and Jain N. (2010). Trade-off between productivity enhancement and global warming potential of rice and wheat in India. Nutr Cycling Agroecosyst 86: 413-424.
23. Bhatia A, Pathak H, Jain N, Singh PK and Tomer R. (2011). Greenhouse gas mitigation in rice-wheat system with leaf colour chart-based urea application. Env. Monit. Assess. DOI 10.1007/s10661-8.
24. Bhatia A, Pathak H, Jain N, Singh PK and Tomer R. (2012). Greenhouse gas mitigation in rice–wheat system with leaf color chart-based urea application. Environ Monit Assess 184: 3095–3107.
25. Bhatia A, Sasmal S, Jain N, Kumar R and Singh A. (2010). Mitigating nitrous oxide emissions from zero till and conventionally tilled soils in wheat. Agric Ecosyst Environ 136: 247–253.
26. Boomiraj K, Chakrabarti B, Aggarwal PK, Choudhary R and Chander S. (2010). Assessing the vulnerability of Indian mustard to climate change. Agric Ecosyst Environ 138:265-273.
27. Boomiraj K, Chander S, Choudhary R, Chakrabarti B, Aggarwal PK and Kumar U. (2010). Effect of climatic variability, irrigation and nitrogen on yield and aphid infestation in Indian mustard (Brassica juncea L.). Indian J Environ Eco-planning 17(1-2): 179-185.
28. Byjesh K, Naresh Kumar S and Aggarwal PK. (2010). Simulating impacts, potential adaptation and vulnerability of maize to climate change in India. Mitigation Adaptation Strategies Global Change 15:413-431.
29. Chakrabarti B, Aggarwal PK, Singh SD, Nagarajan S and Pathak H. (2010). Impact of high temperature on pollen germination and spikelet sterility in rice: comparison between basmati and non-basmati varieties. Crop Pasture Sci 61:363-368.
30. Chakrabarti B, Singh SD, Kumar SN, Aggarwal PK, Pathak H and Nagarajan S. (2012). Low cost facility for assessing impact of carbon dioxide on crops. Curr. Sci. 102(7): 1035-1040
31. Chakrabarti B, Singh SD, Kumar V, Harit RC and Misra S (2013) Growth and yield response of wheat and chickpea crops under high temperature. Indian J Plant Physiol 18(1): 7-14.
32. Chakrabarti B, Singh SD, Nagarajan S and Aggarwal PK. (2011). Impact of temperature on phenology and pollen sterility of wheat varieties. Aus J Crop Sci 5(8): 1039-1043.
33. Chakrabarti B, Singh SD, Naresh Kumar N, Aggarwal PK, Pathak H and Nagarajan S. (2012). Low-cost facility for assessing impact of carbon dioxide on crops. Curr Sci 102:1035-1040.
34. Chakraborty D, Sehgal VK, Sahoo RN, Pradhan S and Gupta VK. (2015). Study of the Anisotropic Reflectance Behaviour of Wheat Canopy to Evaluate the Performance of Radiative Transfer Model PROSAIL5B. J Indian Soc Remote Sensing 43(2):297 - 310.
35. Chander S, Husain M, Pal V, Pathak H, Singh SD, Harit R and Kumar V. (2014). Effect of sowing date and cultivars on aphid infestation in wheat with climate change adaptation perspective. Proc. National Academy Sciences, India Section B: Biological Sciences: doi 10.1007/s40011-014-0439-z.
36. Chandrakala JU, Chaturvedi AK, Ramesh KV, Rai P, Khetarpal S and Pal M. (2013). Acclimation response of signaling molecules for high temperature stress on photosynthetic characteristics in rice genotypes. Ind J Plant Physiol 18(2): 142-150.
37. Chattaraj S, Chakraborty D, Sehgal DK, Paul RK, Singh SD, Daripa A and Pathak H. (2014). Predicting the impact of climate change on water requirement of wheat in the semi-arid Indo-Gangetic Plains of India. Agric Ecosyst Environ 197:174–183.
38. Daripa A, Bhatia A, Tomer R, Singh SD, Jain N and Pathak H. (2014). Nitrous oxide and carbon dioxide emission from maize (Zea mays L.) under fertilizer application and elevated carbon dioxide in northwest India. Exp Agric 50(4): 625-634.
39. Das N and Chaudhary A. (2011). Effect of elevated temperature and CO2 on Quorum sensing mediated virulence in soft rot causing Pectobacterium carotovorum. Indian Journal of Horticulture (accepted) 3(2): 77-88.
40. Das T K and Yaduraju N T. (2011). Effects of missing-row sowing supplemented with row spacing and nitrogen on weed competition and growth and yield of wheat. Crop & Pasture Science Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 62 (1): 48-57.