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Department of physics - Dr. N. Srinvas

 Scientific Research Activities & Publications by Dr. N Srinivas < Back

  1. A simplified ion-aerosol model for balloon measurements of ion conductivity and aerosol concentration:
    B S N Prasad, N Srinivas and S Chandramma: Indian J. Radio and Space Phys. Vol.20, pp.304-306, June 1991.

  2. Seasonal and latitudinal variation of transition height:
    N Srinivas, B S N Prasad and J Taubanheim: Indian J. Radio & Space Phys Vol.21, pp.277-281, 1992.

  3. Particulates of meteoric origin in mesospheric chemical model studies:
    N Srinivas, B S N Prasad & S Chandramma: Science Journal of Mysore University, Vol. XXXII, pp 44-51, (1992).

  4. Seasonal and Latitudinal variations of stratospheric small ion density and conductivity:
    N Srinivas & B S N Prasad: Indian J. Radio & Space Phys. Vol.22, pp 122-127, 1993.

  5. A detailed model study of stratospheric small ion density and conductivity:
    N Srinivas & B S N Prasad: Indian J. Radio & Space Phys. Vol.25, pp 255{262, 1996.

  6. A heterogeneous ion-chemical model for the upper mesosphere:
    N Srinivas, B S N Prasad & J Lastovicka: Indian J. Radio & Space Phys. Vol 26, pp 264-273, 1997.

  7. Ion-Chemical Model Studies of the Middle Atmosphere:
    N Srinivas: Thesis submitted to Mysore University for which Ph D degree was awarded on 27 June 1998.

  8. An ion-aerosol model study for the stratospheric conductivity under enhanced aerosol condition:
    N Srinivas, B S N Prasad, & K Nagaraja: Long-term changes and trends in the atmosphere: Report No ISBN 81-224-1287-4, Vol. 1, pp 302{310, 2000.

  9. Ground level radioactivity, aerosols and atmospheric conductivity:
    K Nagaraja, N Srinivas, B S N Prasad, M S Madhava, L Paramesh & A K Kamra: IASTA bulletin,Vol 13, pp 30{32, 2000.

  10. An ion-aerosol model study for the stratospheric conductivity under enhanced aerosol condition:
    N Srinivas, B S N Prasad & K Nagaraja: Indian J. Radio & Space Phys. Vol 30, pp 31-35, 2001.

  11. Estimation of percent reduction in conductivity from ion-aerosol balance equation:
    K Nagaraja, B S N Prasad, N Srinivas, & M S Madhava: IASTA (Indian Aerosol Science and Technology Association) Bulletin: Vol. 16, No. 1 & 2, pp.303{307, 2004.

  12. Electrical conductivity near earth's surface: ion-aerosol model:
    K Nagaraja, B S N Prasad, N Srinivas, & M S Madhava: J. Atmos. Solar. Terr. Phys.: Vol. 68. pp. 757{768, 2006.

  13. Application of heterogeneous mesospheric ion-chemistry model to MST radar echoes over low latitude:
    N Srinivas, B S N Prasad, & Jayati Datta and S C Chakravarty: Adv. Space Res. (UK), Vol.39. pp. 1256-1266, 2007.

  14. Fiststeps of LATEXing:
    N Srinivas and T S Venugopal: Book on the elementary aspects of scientific documentation using LATEX: Maharani's Science College for Women Aħliated to Mysore University), J L B Road, Mysore-570 005, India, 2007.

  15. A Model study of the Role of Dust/Aerosols in the Equatorial Mesosphere:
    N Srinivas, Scientific Project Report No. Phy/1-2008, submitted to the University Grants Commission, India, April 2008, Maharani’s Science College for Women, Mysore.
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