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Summary of research papers (source: Google scholar as on 05 August 2017)
 
Peer-reviewed publications: 107
Proceedings of Conferences: 15
Total citations: 4169
h Index: 34
i-10 index: 72
 
 
  
List of peer reviewed papers
 

2017

107. Winter Fog Experiment over the Indo-Gangetic Plains of India, Sachin Ghude et al, 2017, Current Science, 112, 767-784.

106. Performance of the operational and experimental long-range forecasts for the 2015 southwest monsoon rainfall, Pai.D.S., Suryachandra Rao, A., Senroy, S., Pradhan, M., Pillai, P.A., and M Rajeevan, 2017, Current Science, 112, 68-75.

105. Improved prediction of severe thunderstorms over the Indian monsoon region using high-resolution soil moisture and temperature initialization, Osuri, K.K., Nadimpalli, R., Mohanty, U.C., Chen, F., M Rajeevan, Niyogi, D., 2017, Scientific Reports, 7, Article Number 41377, doi:  10.1038/srep41377

104. Past and future trends of hydroclimatic intensity over the Indian monsoon region, Mohan, T.S. and M Rajeevan, 2017, J Geophysical Research (Atmospheres), 122, 896-909.

103. Impact of different parameterization schemes on simulation of mesoscale convective system over south-east India, Madhulatha, A., M Rajeevan, 2017, Met and Atmos Physics, 1-17.

102. A study on the role of land-atmosphere coupling on the south Asian monsoon climate variability using a regional climate model, Unnikrishnan, C.K., M Rajeevan and VijayaBhaskara Rao, S., 2017, Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 127, 949-964.

101. On increasing monsoon rainstorms over India, KarunaSagar, S., M Rajeevan and Vijay Bhaskara Rao, 2017, Natural Hazards, 85, 1743-1757.

100. Atmospheric water budget over the South Asian summer monsoon region, Unnikrishnan, C.K., Rajeevan, M., 2017, Met and Atmos Physics, 1-16.

99. Prediction of seasonal summer monsoon rainfall over homogenous regions of India using dynamical prediction system, Ramu, D.A., Rao.S.A., Pillai.P.A., Pradhan, M., George, G., Rao.D.N., Mahapatra, S., Pai, D.S., and Rajeevan, M., 2017, J.Hydrology, 546, 103-112.

98. Anomalous Convective activity over sub-tropical east Pacific during 2015 and associated boreal summer monsoon teleconnections, M. Mujumdar, Sooraj, K.P., Krishnan, R., Preethi, B., Joshi, M.K., Varikoden, H., Singh, B.B., and Rajeevan, M., 2017, Climate Dynamics, 48, 4081-4091.

97. Potential of Collocated radiometer and wind profiler observations for monsoon studies, Balaji, B. Prabha, T.V. Jaya Rao, Y. Kiran, T. Dinesh, G. Chakravarty, K. Sonbawne, S. M., M. Rajeevan, 2017,  Atmospheric Research, 194, 17-26.

2016

96. Anomalous convective activity over sub-tropical east Pacific during 2015 and associated boreal summer monsoon teleconnections, Milind Mujumdar, KP Sooraj, R Krishnan, B Preethi, Manish K Joshi, Hamza Varikoden, Bhupendra B Singh, M Rajeevan, 2016, Climate Dynamics, DOI: 10.1007/s00382-016-3321-2.

95. How distinct are the two flavors of El Niño in retrospective forecasts of Climate Forecast System version 2 (CFSv2)?, Pillai, Prasanth A., Suryachandra A. Rao, Gibies George, D. Nagarjuna Rao, S. Mahapatra, M. Rajeevan, Ashish Dhakate, and Kiran Salunke, 2016, Climate Dynamics, DOI: 10.1007/s00382-016-3305-2

94. On the variability and increasing trends of heat waves over India, Rohini, P., M.Rajeevan and A.K.Srivastava, 2016, Nature Scientific Reports, Vol.6, DOI: 10.1038/srep26153

93. Anatomy of Indian heatwaves, Ratnam, J.V., S.K.Behera, S.B.Ratnam, M. Rajeevan and T.Yamagata, 2016, Nature Scientific Reports, Vol.6., DOI: 10.1038/srep24395

92. CMIP5 Projected Changes in the Annual Cycle of Indian Monsoon Rainfall, Pravat Jena, Sarita Azad, M. Rajeevan, 2016, Climate, doi:10.3390/cli4010014

91. Possible shift in the ENSO-Indian Monsoon rainfall relationship under future global warming, Azad, S., and M. Rajeevan, 2016, Nature Scientific Reports, Vol.6, DOI: 10.1038/srep20145

90. Extremes in June rainfall during the Indian summer monsoons of 2013 and 2014: Observational analysis and extended-range prediction, Joseph, S., A.K.Sahai, R.Chattopadhyay, S.Sharmila, S.Abhilash, M.Rajeevan, R.Mandal, A.Dey, N.Borah, 2016, R.Phani, Quart.Roy.Met.Society, 142, 1276-1289

89. Precipitation Climatology over India: Validation with observations and reanalysis datasets and spatial trends, Kishore, P., Jyothi, S., G.Basha, S.V.B.Rao, M Rajeevan, Velicogna, I., and T.C. Sutterley, 2016, Climate Dynamics,  46, 541-556

2015

88. A study on the role of land-atmosphere coupling on the south Asian monsoon climate variability using a regional climate model, C.K.Unnikrishnan, M. Rajeevan and S.VijayaBhaskara Rao, 2015, Theoretical and Applied Climatology, DOI: 10.1007/s00704-015-1680-y

87. Role of vertical structure of cloud microphysical properties on cloud radiative forcing over the Asian monsoon region, Ravi Kiran, M. Rajeevan, Gadhavi, H, S.V.B. Rao, A. Jayaraman, 2015, Climate Dynamics,  45, 3331-3345

86. An Indian Ocean precursor for Indian Summer Monsoon Rainfall variability, Sreejith, O.P., Swapna, P., Pai.D.S., and Rajeevan, M., 2015, Geophys. Res.Letters, 42(21), 9345-9354

85. Prediction of Indian rainfall during the summer monsoon season on the basis of links with equatorial Pacific and Indian Ocean Climate indices, Sajani, S., Gadgil, S., Francis, P.A., and Rajeevan, M., 2015, Environ Res. Letters, 10 (9), DOI 10.1088/1748-9326/10/9/094004.

84. Unprecedented hailstorms over north peninsular India during February–March 2014, Kulkarni, J. R., Morwal, S. B., Narkhedkar, S. G., Maheskumar, R. S., Padmakumari, B., Sunitha Devi, S., & Rajeevan, M, 2015, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres,120(7), 2899-2912.

83. Development and Evaluation of an Objective Criterion for the Real-Time Prediction of Indian Summer Monsoon Onset in a Coupled Model Framework,  Susmitha Joseph, A. K. Sahai, S. Abhilash, R. Chattopadhyay, N. Borah, B. E. Mapes, M. Rajeevan, and A. Kumar, 2015: J. Climate, 28, 6234–6248. doi: 10.1175/JCLI-D-14-00842.1

82. Improved Spread–Error Relationship and Probabilistic Prediction from the CFS-Based Grand Ensemble Prediction System, S. Abhilash, A. K. Sahai, N. Borah, S. Joseph, R. Chattopadhyay, S. Sharmila, M. Rajeevan, B. E. Mapes, and A. Kumar, 2015: J. Appl. Meteor. Climatol., 54, 1569–1578, doi: 10.1175/JAMC-D-14-0200.1

81. Rethinking Indian monsoon rainfall prediction in the context of recent global warming, B. Wang, B. Xiang, J.Li, P.J. Webster, M. Rajeevan, J.Liu and K.J.Ha, 2015, Nature Communications, 6:7154, DOI: 10.1038/NCOMMS8154

80. Precipitation climatology over India: validation with observations and reanalysis datasets and spatial trends, P. Kishore, S. Jyothi, G.Basha, Rao, S.V.B., M. Rajeevan, I. Velicogna and T.C. Sutterley, 2015, Climate Dynamics, DOI: 10.1007/s00382-015-2597-y.

79. Role of vertical structure of cloud microphysical properties on cloud radiative forcing over the Asian monsoon region, V. Ravi Kiran, M. Rajeevan, H.Gadhavi, S.V.B.Rao, and A. Jayaraman, 2015, Climate Dynamics, DOI: 10.1007/s00382-015-2542-0

2014

78. Analysis of the daily rainfall events over India using a new long period (1901-2010) high resolution (0.25° × 0.25°) gridded rainfall data set, Pai, D.S., Sridhar, L., Badwaik, M.R., Rajeevan, M. (2014) Climate Dynamics,DOI: 10.1007/s00382-014-2307-1

77. High-resolution operational monsoon forecasts: an objective assessment, Sahai, A.K., Abhilash, S., Chattopadhyay, R., Borah, N., Joseph, S., Sharmila, S., Rajeevan, M.,(2014) Climate Dynamics, DOI: 10.1007/s00382-014-2210-9

76. Examining pathways for modulation of Indian Summer Monsoon Rainfall by extratropical tropospheric temperature pattern, Srivastava, A.K., Rajeevan, M., Kshirsagar, S.R., (2014) International Journal of Climatology, DOI: 10.1002/joc.3940

2013

75. Gridded daily Indian monsoon rainfall for 14 seasons: Merged TRMM and IMD gauge analyzed values ,Mitra, A.K., Momin, I.M., Rajagopal, E.N., Basu, S., Rajeevan, M., Krishnamurti, T.N. (2013) Journal of Earth System Science, 122 (5), pp. 1173-1182.

74. Development of a high resolution land surface dataset for the South Asian monsoon region, C.K.Unnikrishnan, M Rajeevan, S.Vijayabhaskara Rao, Manoj Kumar, 2013, Current Science, 1235-1246.

73. On the epochal variation of intensity of tropical cyclones in the Arabian Sea, M Rajeevan, J.Srinivasan, K.Niranjan Kumar, C.Gnanaseelan and M.M. Ali, 2013, Atmos.Sci.Letters, 14, 249-255.

72. On the observed variability of monsoon droughts over India, K Niranjan Kumar, M Rajeevan, D.S.Pai, A.K.Srivastava and B. Preethi, 2013, Weather and Climate Extremes, 1, 42-50.

71. Enhancement of inland penetration of monsoon depressions in the Bay of Bengal due to prestorm ground wetness, Kishtawal, C.M., Niyogi, D., Rajagopalan, B., M.Rajeevan,  Jaiswal, N., Mohanty, U.C., 2013, Water Resources Research 49 (6) , 3589-3600.

70. Large scale features and assessment of spatial scale correspondence between TMPA and IMD rainfall datasets over Indian landmass, Uma, R., Kumar, T.V.L., Narayanan, M.S., M. Rajeevan,  Bhate, J., Kumar, K.N. 2013, Journal of Earth System Science 122 (3) , 573-588.

69. On the detection of onset and activity of the Indian summer monsoon using GPS RO refractivity profiles, Jagannadha Rao, V.V.M., VenkatRatnam, M., DurgaSanthi, Y., Roja Raman, M.Rajeevan, VijayaBhaskara Rao, S. 2013, Monthly Weather Review 141 (6) , 2096-2106.

68. Diurnal variability of stability indices observed using radiosonde observations over a tropical station: Comparison with microwave radiometer measurements, Ratnam, M.V., Santhi, Y.D., M.Rajeevan,  Rao, S.V.B. 2013, Atmospheric Research 124 , 21-33 

67. Identification and validation of homogeneous rainfall zones in India using correlation analysis, Saikranthi, K., Narayana Rao, T., M. Rajeevan,  VijayaBhaskara Rao, S., 2013, Journal of Hydrometeorology 14 (1) , 304-317 

66. Nowcasting severe convective activity over southeast India using ground-based microwave radiometer observations, Madhulatha, A., M.Rajeevan,  VenkatRatnam, M., Bhate, J., Naidu, C.V., 2013, Journal of Geophysical Research D: Atmospheres 118 (1) , 1-13 

2012

65. Characteristic features of winter precipitation and its variability over northwest India, Yadav, R.K., Rupa Kumar, K., M.Rajeevan,  2012, Journal of Earth System Science,121 (3) , 611-623

64. Northeast monsoon over India: Variability and prediction, M.Rajeevan, Unnikrishnan, C.K., Bhate, J., Niranjan Kumar, K., Sreekala, P.P. 2012, Meteorological Applications 19 (2) , 226-236.

63. A study of vertical cloud structure of the Indian summer monsoon using CloudSat data, 2012, M. Rajeevan, P. Rohini, K. Niranjan Kumar, J.Srinivasan and C.K.Unnikrishnan, Climate Dynamics, DOI 10.1007/s00382-012-1374-4.

62. Development of a perfect prognosis probabilistic model for prediction of lightning over southeast India, 2012, M. Rajeevan, A. Madhulatha, M. Rajasekhar, JyotiBhate, Amit Kesarkar and B.V.Appa Rao, J.EarthSyst Sci., 121, 355-371.

2011

61. Evaluation of the ENSEMBLES multi-model seasonal forecasts of Indian summer monsoon variability, 2011, M. Rajeevan, C.K.Unnikrishnan and B.Preethi, Climate Dynamics, DOI 10.1007/s00382-011-1061-1

60. Role of intra-seasonal oscillations in modulating Indian summer monsoon rainfall, 2011, Ashwini Kulkarni, R. Kripalani, S.Sabade, and M. Rajeevan, Climate Dynamics, DOI 10.1007/s00382-010-0973-1

59. Northeast monsoon variability over south peninsular India and its teleconnections, 2011, P.P.Sreekala, S. VijayaBhaskara Rao and M Rajeevan, Theor.Appl.Climatology, DOI 10.1007/s00704-011-0513

58. Intriguing Aspects of the Monsoon Low-Level Jet over Peninsular India Revealed by High-Resolution GPS Radiosonde Observations, 2011, M Roja Raman, M Venkat Ratnam, M.Rajeevan, V.V.M Jagannadha Rao and S.VijayaBhaskara Rao, J.Atmos.Sci, 68, 1414-1423.

57. Sub-daily variations observed in Tropical Easterly Jet (TEJ) streams, 2011, M. Venkat Ratnam, M. RojaRaman, Sanjay Kumar Mehta, Debashis Nath, B.V.Krishnamurthy, M. Rajeevan, S.VijayaBhaskaraRao, D.NarayanaRao, Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics,73, 731–740

56. State of the Climate in 2010: South Asian Climate, 2011, M. Rajeevan, A.K.Srivastava, J.Revadekar, ZubairLareef, Bull. Amer. Met Society, 92, S1–S236, doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/1520-0477-92.6.S1

2010

55. Active and Break spells of the Indian summer monsoon, 2010, M. Rajeevan, SulochanaGadgil and JyotiBhate, J.Earth System Science, 119, 229-247.

54. Sensitivity of WRF cloud microphysics to simulations of a severe thunderstorm event over southeast India, 2010, M Rajeevan, A Kesarkar, S.B.Thampi, T.N.Rao, B.Radhakrishna and M.Rajasekhar, Ann.Geophys. 28, 603-619.

53. Study of Atmospheric Forcing and Responses (SAFAR) campaign: overview, 2010, Jayaraman A, Ratnam MV, Patra AK, T.Narayana Rao, S.Sridharan, M. Rajeevan, H.Gadhavi, A.Kesarkar, P.Srinivasulu, K.Raghunath, Ann. Geophys. 28, 89-101.

52. State of the Climate in 2009: South Asian Climate, M. Rajeevan, A.K.Srivastava, and J.Revadekar, 2010, Bull. Amer. Met Society, 91, July issue, doi: 10.1175/BAMS-91-7-State of the Climate

2009

51. Analysis of variations of cloud and aerosol properties associated with active and break spells of Indian summer monsoon using MODIS data, 2009, Ravi Kiran, V., M. Rajeevan, S. VijayaBhaskara Rao and N Prabhakara Rao, Geo Phys.Letters, Vol 36, DOI 10.1029/2008GL037135

50. Summer monsoon onset over Kerala: New Definition and prediction, 2009, Pai, D.S. and M. Rajeevan, S, J. Earth System. Science, Vol. 118, 123-135.

49. A high resolution daily gridded rainfall dataset (1971-2005) for mesoscale meteorological studies, 2009, M. Rajeevan. andJyotiBhate, Current Science, 96, 558-562.

48. State of the Climate in 2008: South Asian Climate, 2009, M Rajeevan, A.K.Srivastava, and J. Revadekar, Bull. Amer.Met. Society, 90, 8, doi: 10.1175/BAMS-90-8-State of the Climate

47. Increasing influence of ENSO and decreasing influence of AO/NAO in the recent decades over northwest India winter precipitation, 2009, Yadav, R. K., K. Rupa Kumar, and M. Rajeevan, J. Geophys. Res., 114, D12112, doi:10.1029/2008JD011318.

46. Daily Indian Precipitation Analysis from a Merge of Rain-Gauge Data with the TRMM TMPA Satellite-Derived Rainfall Estimates, 2009, Mitra, A.K., A.K.Bohra, M.Rajeevan, and T.N.Krishnamurti, J. of Met. Soc. of Japan, 87A, 265-279

45. Improving Global Model Precipitation Forecasts over India from Downscaling and FSU Superensemble Part I- 1-5 days forecasts, 2009, Krishnamurti, T.N., Mishra, A.K., Chakraborty, A., and M Rajeevan, Mon. Wea. Rev., 137, 2713- 2735.

44. Variability of extreme rainfall events over during the southwest monsoon season, 2009, Pattanaik. D.R., M Rajeevan, Meteorological Applications, DOI 10.1002/met.164.

43. Characteristics of the Tropical Easterly Jet: Long-term trends and their features during active and break monsoon phases, 2009, Raman MR, Rao VVMJ, Ratnam MV, M. Rajeevan,S.V.B.Rao, D.Narayana Rao, N. Prabhakara Rao, J.Geophys.Res., 114, D19105, doi:10.1029/2009JD012065

42. Development of a high resolution daily gridded temperature data set (1969-2005) for the Indian region, 2009, Srivastava, A.K., M Rajeevan, S.R.Kshirsagar, Atmospheric Science Letters,  DOI 10.1002/asl.232.

2008

41. Analysis of variability and trends of extreme rainfall events over India using 104 years of gridded daily rainfall data, 2008, M Rajeevan, JyotiBhate and A.K.Jaswal, Geophysical Research Letters, Vol.35, L18707, doi 10.1029/2008GL035143.

40. Inter-annual relationship between Atlantic Sea Surface Temperature anomalies and Indian summer monsoon, 2008, M. Rajeevan and Latha Sridhar, Geophysical Research Letters, doi 10.1029/2008GL036025.

39. Out of phase relationships between convection over northwest India and warm pool region during the winter season, 2008, R.K.Yadav, K.Rupa Kumar and M.Rajeevan, Int. J. Climatology, DOI 10.1002/joc.1783.

38. Climate Change scenarios for northwest India winter season, 2008, R.K.Yadav, K.Rupa Kumar and M.Rajeevan, Quaternary International,   DOI 10.1016/quaint.20.08.09.012

2007

37. On the El Nino-Indian Monsoon predictive relationships, 2007, M. Rajeevan and D.S.Pai, Geophys.Res.Letters, Vol.34, doi: 10.1029/2006GL028916.

36. Sensitivity of surface radiation budget to clouds over the Asian monsoon region, 2007, S.Balachandran and M.Rajeevan, J.Earth. System. Science, 116, 159-169.

35. Monsoon Variability: Links to major oscillations over the equatorial Pacific and Indian oceans, 2007, SulochanaGadgil, M.Rajeevan and P.A.Francis, Current Science, 93, 182-194.

34. Trends in the rainfall pattern over India, 2007, Guhathakurta, P, and M.Rajeevan, Int. J.Climatology, DOI 10.1002/joc.

2006

33. North-west Pacific tropical cyclone activity and July rainfall over India, D.R.Pattanaik and M.Rajeevan, 2006, Meteor and Atmos. Phys., DOI 10.1007/s00703-006-0193-0.

32. Empirical Prediction of Indian summer monsoon rainfall with different lead periods based on global SST anomalies, D.S.Pai and M.Rajeevan, 2006, Meteor and Atmos.Phys, 92, 33-43.

31. New Statistical models for long-range forecasting of southwest monsoon rainfall over India, M.Rajeevan, D.S.Pai, R.Anil Kumar and B.Lal, Climate Dynamics, 2006, DOI 10.1007/s00382-006-019706.

30. High resolution daily gridded rainfall data for the Indian region: Analysis of break and active monsoon spells, M.Rajeevan, JyotiBhate, J.D.Kale and B.Lal, 2006, Current Science, 91, 3, 296-306.

29. On the recent strengthening of the relationship between ENSO and northeast monsoon rainfall over South Asia, 2006, Pankaj Kumar, K.Rupa Kumar, M.Rajeevan, and A.K.Sahai, Climate Dynamics, DOI 10.1007/s00382—006-0210-0.

28. Did unusual warming over the mid and higher latitudes play some role in causing the unprecedented failure of the southwest monsoon during July 2002?, 2006, A.K.Srivastava, P.Guhatkaurta, M.Rajeevan, S.K.Dikshit and S.R.Kshirsagar, Met and Atmos. Physics, DOI 10.1007/s00703-006-0203-x.

2005

27. Monsoon prediction – Why yet another failure?,SulochanaGadgil, M.Rajeevan and Ravi Nanjundiah, 2005, Current Science, 88, 9, 1389, 1400.

2004

26. Role of ITCZ over North Indian Ocean and Pre-Meiyu front in modulating July rainfall over India, Srivastava, A.K., M. Rajeevan and S.R. Shirsagar, 2004, J. Climate, 17,673-678.

2003

25. IMD’s New Operational Models for Long Range Forecast of South-west Monsoon Rainfall over India and their verification for 2003, M. Rajeevan, D.S.Pai, S.K.Dikshit and R.R.Kelkar, 2004, Current Science, 86, 422-431.

24. Tropical Pacific Upper Ocean heat content variations and Indian summer monsoon rainfall, M.Rajeevan and M.McPhaden, 2004, Geophys.Res.Letters, 31, DOI 10.1029/2004GL020631.

23. Updated operational models for long-range forecasts of Indian summer monsoon rainfall, V. Thapliyal and M Rajeevan, 2003, Mausam, 54, 495-504.

2002

22. Predictive relationships between Indian Ocean sea surface temperatures and Indian summer monsoon rainfall, M. Rajeevan, D.S.Pai and V. Thapliyal, 2002, Mausam, 53, 337-348.

21. Teleconnection of SST and OLR anomalies over Atlantic Ocean with Indian summer monsoon, A.K.Srivastava, M. Rajeevan and Ruta Kulkarni, 2002, Geophys. Res. Letters., Vol.29, No.8.125-1, 125-4.

20. Winter Surface Pressure anomalies over Eurasia and Indian summer monsoon rainfall, M.Rajeevan, 2002, Geophys.Res.Letters., Vol. 29, No.10, 94-1,94-4.

2001

19. Interactions among Deep convection, Sea surface temperature and radiation in the Asian monsoon region, M. Rajeevan, 2001, Mausam, 52, 83-96.

18. Asymmetric thermodynamic structure of monsoon depression revealed in Microwave satellite data, M. Rajeevan, D.S.Pai and M.R.Das., Current Science, 2001, 81,448-450.

17. Prediction of Indian summer monsoon: Status, Problems and prospects, M. Rajeevan, Current Science, 2001, 81,101-107.

2000

16. Net Cloud Radiative Forcing at the top of the Atmosphere in the Asian monsoon region, 2000, M. Rajeevan and J.Srinivasan, J.Climate, 13, 650-657.

15. New Models for Long range forecasts of summer monsoon rainfall over NW India and Peninsular India, M. Rajeevan,P.Guhathakurta and V.Thapliyal, 2000, Met and Atmos. Phys.,73, 211-225.

14. Decadal variations of cloudiness, sea surface temperature and monsoon depressions in the north Indian Ocean, M. Rajeevan, U.S.De and M.Rajeevan,2000, Current Science, 79,283-285.

13. Cloud Climatology of Indian Ocean based on Ship Observations, M. Rajeevan, R.K.Prasad and U.S.De, 2000, Mausam, 52, 527-540.

1990-1999

12. Spatial and temporal relationships between global land surface air temperature anomalies and Indian   summer monsoon, M.Rajeevan, D.S.Pai and V. Thapliyal, 1999, Met and Atm. Physics, 66,157-171.

11. Canonical Correlation Analysis (CCA) Models for long range forecasts of sub-divisional monsoon rainfall over India, M. Rajeevan, V.Thapliyal, S.R.Patil and U.S.De, 1999, Mausam, 50, 145-152.

10. Model calculations of non-cloud radiative forcing of sulphate aerosol, M. Rajeevan, 1998, Mausam, 49,45-58.

9. Aerosol-Cloud-Climate effect: Study with a radiative transfer model, M.Rajeevan, 1998, Mausam, 49,195-202.

8. Clouds and cloud radiative forcing over tropical Indian Ocean and their relationship with sea surface temperatures, D. S. Pai and M. Rajeevan, 1998, Current Science, 75, No.4, 372-381.

7. Climate Implications of the observed changes in vertical distribution of ozone, M. Rajeevan,1996,   Int. J. Climatology, 16, 15-22.

6. Long range prediction of monsoon onset over Kerala, M. Rajeevan and D.P.Dubey, 1995, Mausam, 46, 287-290.

5. Model calculations of competing climatic effects of SO2 and CO2 in fossil fuel combustion, M. Rajeevan, K.C.Sinha Ray and H. N.Srivastava, 1995, Current Science, 68, 1226-1231.

4. Inter-relationship between NW Pacific typhoon activity and Indian summer monsoon on interannual and intra-seasonal time scales, M. Rajeevan, 1993, Mausam, 44, 109-111.

3. Upper tropospheric circulation and thermal anomalies over central Asia associated with major droughts and floods in India, M. Rajeevan, 1993, Current Science, 64, 244-247.

2. Upper air circulation and thermal anomalies over India and neighbourhood vis-a-vis Indian summer monsoon activity, M.Rajeevan, 1991, Mausam, 42, 155-160.

1. A preliminary study on the variability of post monsoon tropical cyclone activity over the north Indian ocean, M. Rajeevan and P.P. Butala, 1990, Mausam, 41, 409-414.


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