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51. Saravanan Kumaresan, Sudhanshu Shekhar, Supriyo Chakraborthy, Arumugam Sundaramanickama, Nowfer Kuly (2018) Environmental variables and nutrients in selected islands of Lakshadweep Sea; Addressing coral bleaching. Regional Studies in Marine Science 22: 38-48.

50. Kalyan Sekhar Chakraborty, Supriyo Chakraborty, Petrus Le Roux, Heather M -L Miller, Prabodh Shirvalkar, Yadubirsingh Rawat. (2018) Enamel Isotopic data from the domesticated animals at Kotada Bhadli, Gujarat; reveal specialized animal husbandry during the Indus Civilization. J Archaeo. Report (Second round review underway).

49. Gnanamoorthy, P, V.Selvam, R.Ramasubramanian, S. Chakraborty, D. Pramit, A. Karipot (2018) Soil organic carbon stock in natural and restored mangrove forests in Pichavaram south east coast of India. Indian Journal of Geo-Marine Sciences (under review).

48. Charan Teja Tejavath, Ashok Karumuri, Supriyo Chakraborty, and Ramesh Rengaswamy (2018) The ENSO teleconnections to the Indian summer monsoon climate through the Last Millennium as simulated by the PMIP3. Climate of the Past  -Dis.

47. Nitesh Sinha, Naveen Gandhi, S. Chakraborty, R. Krishnan, M. G. Yadava, R. Ramesh, 2018.  Abrupt climate change at ~ 2800 Yr BP evidenced by high-resolution oxygen isotopic record of a Stalagmite from Peninsular India. The Holocene (Accepted May 2018).

46. S. Chakraborty, A. R. Belekar, A. Datye, N.  Sinha (2018) Isotopic study of intraseasonal variations of plant transpiration: an alternative means to characterize the dry phases of monsoon. Scientific Reports Doi:10.1038/s41598-018-26965-6

45. Abhijit Chatterjee, Arindam Roy, Supriyo Chakraborty, Chirantan Sarkar, Soumendra Singh, Anand K Karipot, Sanjay K Ghosh, Amitabha Mitra, and Sibaji Raha (2018) Biosphere Atmosphere Exchange of CO2, H2O Vapour and Energy during Spring over a High Altitude Himalayan Forest at Eastern India. Aerosol and Air Quality Research (Accepted May 2018).


44. Sarma Dipankar, K.K.Baruah, Rulee Baruah, Nirmali Gogoi, S. Chakraborty & A. Karipot 2018 Carbon dioxide, water vapour and energy fluxes over a semi evergreen forest in Assam, Northeast India using eddy covariance technique. J. Earth Syst. Sci.  (published online Mar 2018).

43. Pramit Kumar Deb Burmana,Dipankar Sarma, Mathew Williams, A. Karipot, S. Chakraborty (2017) Estimating Gross Primary Productivity of a tropical forest ecosystem over north-east India using LAI and other atmospheric variables J. Earth Syst. Sci. V 126:99  doi: 10.1007/s12040-017-0874-3.

Shekhar, S., Kumaresan, S.,  Chakraborty, S., Sundaramanickam, A., and Balachandar, K. (2017) Total Organic Carbon Profile in Water and Sediment in Coral Reef Ecosystem of Agatti Island, Lakshadweep Sea. Indian Journal of Geo  Marine Sciences (accepted).

41. Mohan P.M., R. Karuna Kumari, m. Murugananthan, V.V. Ubare, C. Jeeva, P. Nagarjuna, J. Singha, P. Purva, S.Chakraborty (2016) An experimental study on the carbon flux within the coral community, British J Env & Climate Change 6(1): 28-42

40. Mohan, P., R.K. Kumari, M. Muruganantham, V.V. Ubare, C.Jeeva and S. Chakraborty (2016) Dissolved organic (DOC) and inorganic carbon (DIC) and its distribution in the nearshore waters off Port Blair, Andman Islands, India. International J of Oceans and Oceanoography v. 10 (1) 29-48.

39. N. Sinha, S. Chakraborty, Rajib Chattopadhyay, B.N. Goswami, P.M. Mohan, Dipak K. Parua, Dipankar Sarma, Amey Datye , S. Sengupta, K.K. Baruah, Subir Bera (2018) Isotopic investigation of the moisture transport processes over the Bay of Bengal, J Hydrol (under review).

38. Ravi Kumar K., Valsala V., Tiwari Y.K., Revadekar J.V., Pillai P., Prakash, Chakraborty,  S., Murtugudde R. (2016) Intra-seasonal variability of atmospheric CO2 concentrations over India during summer monsoons    Atmospheric Environment, 142, October 2016, DOI:10.1016/j.atmosenv. 229-237

37. Mukherjee, P., Sinha, N., Chakraborty, S. (2016) Investigating the dynamical behavior of the Inter-tropical Convergence Zone since the last glacial maximum based on terrestrial and marine sedimentary records. Quat. Int.

36. Bose. T., Sengupta, S., Chakraborty, S., Borgaonkar, H.P. (2015) Reconstruction of soil water oxygen isotope values from tree ring cellulose and its implications for paleoclimate, Quat. Int.

35. Fousiya, A.A., Chakraborty, S., Achyuthan,H., Gandhi, N., Sinha, N., Datye, A. (2015) Stable isotopic investigation of Porites coral from the Minicoy Island. Indian Journal of Geo-Marine Sciences 45(11) 1465-1470.

34. Chakraborty, S., Sinha, N., Chattopadhyay, R., Sengupta, S., Mohan, P.M., Datye, A. (2016) Atmospheric controls on the precipitation isotopes over the Andaman Islands, Bay of Bengal. Sci. Rep. 6, 19555; doi:10.1038/srep19555.

33. Chakraborty, S. (2015) Interannual climate variabilities of the tropical Indian Ocean and coral isotopic records. Gond. Geol. Mag. Vol 29 (1 & 2) pp 61-66.

32. Bose, T., Chakraborty, S., Borgaonkar, H.P., Sengupta, S., R. Ramesh (2014) Estimation of past atmospheric carbon dioxide levels using tree-ring cellulose d13C, Curr. Sci. 107(6): 971-982. 

31. Ghosh, R., Paruya, D.K., Khan M.A., Chakraborty, S., Sarkar, A., Bera, S. (2014) Late Quaternary climate variability and vegetation response in Ziro Lake Basin, Eastern Himalaya: A multiproxy approach. Quat. Int. doi:10.1016/j.quaint.2014.01.046

30. S. Sengupta, A. Parekh, S. Chakraborty, K. Ravi Kumar and T. Bose (2013) Vertical variation of oxygen isotopes in Bay of Bengal and its relationships with water masses. J. Geophys. Res. (Ocean) 118: 1-14, doi:10.1002/2013JC008973

29. Bose, T., Miisra, S., Chakraborty, S. and Reddy, K. (2013) Gamma-ray actiiviity as a tooll for iidentiifiicatiion of hiidden ejecta deposiits around impact crater on basaltic target: example from Lonar crater, India 2013 Earth Moon and Planet 111, 31-46.

28. Prasad, V., Farooqui, A, Sharma, A., Phartiyal, B., Chakraborty, S., Bhandari, S., Raj, R., Singh, A. (2013) Mid-late Holocene monsoonal variations from mainland Gujarat, India: A multi-proxy study for evaluating climate culture relationship. Palaeo. Palaeo. Palaeo.DOI:10.1016/j.palaeo.2013.05.025, 1-14

27. Chakraborty, S., Goswami, B.N., Dutta, K. (2012) Pacific coral oxygen isotope and the tropospheric temperature gradient over Asian monsoon region: a tool to reconstruct past Indian summer monsoon rainfall. J Quat. Sci. 27(3) 269-278. DOI: 10.1002/jqs.1541

26. Tiwari, Y.K., Patra, P.K., Chevallier, F., Francey, R.J., Krummel, P.B., Chakraborty, S., Langenfelds, R.L., S K Bhattacharya, Borole, D.V., Ravi Kumar, K., Steele, P.,  Allison, C.E. (2011) CO2 observations at Cape Rama, India for the period of 1993-2002: implications for constraining Indian emissions Current Science 101:1562-1568.

25. Chakraborty, S., Jana, B.N., Bhattacharya, S.K., Robertson, I. (2011) Carbon isotopic composition of fossil leaves from the Early Cretaceous sediments of western India. J. Ear. Syst. Sci. 120:703-211.

24. S. Chakraborty, S.K.Bhattacharya, M. Banerjee, P. Sen (2011) Study of Holocene Precipitation Variation from the Carbon Isotopic Composition of Sediment Organic Matter from South Bengal Basin. Earth Science India. 4(II), 39-48.

23. Ramesh R., Tiwari M., Chakraborty S., Managave S. R., Yadava M.G. and Sinha D.K. (2010) Retrival of South Asian Monsoon Variation during the Holocene from climate natural archives. Current Science 99: 1770-1786.

22. Singhvi A.K., Rupakumar K., Meloth T., Gupta A.K., Kale V.S., Yadav R.R., Bhattacharyya A., Phadtare N.R., Roy P.D., Chauhan M.S., Chauhan O.S., Chakraborty S., Sheikh M.M., Manzoor N., Quadir D.A., Devkota L.P., Shrestha A.B. (2009) Instrumental, Terrestrial and Marine Records of  South Asia During the Holocene: Present Status, Unresolved Problems and Societal Aspects. P. 54-124. In: Global Environmental Changes in South Asia: A Regional Perspective (Eds) Mitra AP, Sharma C. Capital Publishing Company, New Delhi, 356p.

21. Chakraborty, S., Dutta, K., Bhattacharyya, A., Nigam, M., Schuur, E.A.G., Shah S. (2008) Atmospheric 14C variability recorded in tree rings from Peninsular India: Implications for fossil fuel CO2 emission and atmospheric transport. Radiocarbon   50(3): 321–330 

20. Farooqui A., Venkateshwara M., Reddy D.R., and Chakraborty S. (2007) Climatic Oscillations and sea level fluctuations since Middle Holocene in Bay of Bengal, India: Implications of palyno-succession at century to millennial scale. International Journal of Oceans and Oceanography. Alexandria. Vol 2(1)

19. Singh V., Prasad V., Chakraborty S. (2007) Phytoliths as indicators of monsoonal variability during Mid-Late Holocene in Mainland Gujarat, Western India.  Current Science 92: 1754-1759. 

18. Chakraborty S., Bhattacharya S.K., Ranhotra P.S., Bhattacharyya A., Bhushan R. (2006) Paleoclimatic scenario during Holocene around Sangla valeey, Kinnaur North West Himalaya based on multi proxy records. Current Science 91:777-782.

17. Chakraborty S. (2006) Coral Records from the Northern Indian Ocean: Understanding the Monsoon Variability. J. Geological Society of India 68:395-405.

16. Ghosh R, Bera S., A.D. Rozario, C. Gupta, Chakraborty S., Banerjee M. (2006) Plants remains from an Archaeological Site as Indicators of Vegetation and Agricultural Practice Between 3320 and 2080 yr BP in Gangetic West Bengal, India. Journal of Integrative Plant Biology 6: 628-641.

15. Ghosh R., S. Bera, S. Chakraborty, and M. Banerjee (2005) Significance of study of Phytoliths in understanding vegetational pattern in an archaeological site of West Bengal, India. Phytomorphology 55 Nos. (3 & 4), 221-232

14. Chakraborty S. (2005) Multi-oxygen isotope analysis of ground based ozone: implications to tropospheric chemistry. Curr. Sci 88:1938-1941.

13. Mahapatra D.P., A.K. Behra, K. Gopalan, S. Chakraborty, K. Dutta, B.L.K. Somayajulu (2004) AMS at the Institute of Physics, Bhubaneswar, India. Nuclear Instrumentation Methods in Physics Research B 223-224: 26-30.

12. Seetharamaiah J., N. Basavaiah N., S. Chakraborty, K. N. Rao, A.S. Khadkikar (2004) Use of magnetic susceptibility for identification of mangrove deposits in vibracores from deltaic environments J. Ind. Geophys. Union 8: 65-70.

11. Supriyo Chakraborty & Subrata Chakraborty (2003) Isotopic fractionation of the O3-nitric oxide reaction. Current Science 85:1210-1212.

10. Goldstein S, Lea D, Chakraborty S, Kashgarian M, Murrell M. (2001) Uranium series and radiocarbon geochronology of deep-sea corals: implications for Southern Ocean ventillation rates and the oceanic carbon cycle. Earth and Planetary Sci. Lett. 193:167-182.

9. Chakraborty, S., Ramesh, R., and Lough J.M. (2000) Effect of intraband variability on stable isotope and density time series obtained from banded corals. Procd. Ind. Acad. Sci. (Earth and Planet. Sci.) 109:145-151.

8. Bhushan, R, Somayajulu, B.L.K., Chakraborty, S., and Krishnaswami, S. (2000) Radiocarbon in the Arabian Sea water column: CO2 air-sea exchange rates and Temporal variations in bomb 14C inventory since the GEOSECS. J. Geophys. Res. 105:14, 273-14, 282.

7. Chakraborty S. and Ramesh R. (1998) Stable isotopes variations in a coral (Favia speciosa) from the Gulf of Kutch during 1948-1989 A.D.: environmental implications. Procd. Ind. Acad. Sci. (Earth Planet. Sci. 107: 331-341.

6. Chakraborty S, Ramesh R (1997) Environmental significance of carbon and oxygen isotope ratios of banded corals from Lakshadweep, India. Quat. Int. 37:55-65.

5. Sarkar A., Guha A.K. and S. Chakraborty (1996) Stable isotope stratigraphy of some quaternary sections of DSDP sites 219, 220, and 241 in northern Indian Oceans. Procd. Ind. Acad Sci. (Earth Planet. Sci.) 105:119-129.

4. Chakraborty S., Ramesh R.  Krishnaswami S. (1994) Air-sea exchange of CO2 in the Gulf of Kutch based on bomb carbon in corals and tree rings. Procd Ind Acad Sci. (Earth Palnet Sci)  103:329-340.

3. Bhushan R., Chakraborty S. and  Krishnaswami S. (1994) "Physical Research Laboratory (Chemistry) Radiocarbon Date List I", Radiocarbon, 36 No. 2, .251-246.

2. Chakraborty S. and Ramesh  R. (1993) Monsoon induced sea surface temperature changes recorded in Indian coral. Terra Nova 5:546-551.

1. Chakraborty S. and Ramesh R. (1992) Climatic significance of d18O and d13C variations in a banded coral (Porites) from Kavaratti, Lakshadweep Islands. In: BN Desai (ed) Oceanography of the Indian Ocean Oxford and IBH Publication (P) Ltd. New Delhi, pp  473-478.


3. Sekar B., G. Rajagopalan. G.,  Chakraborty S. 2004 Radiocarbon dating-I: Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeobotany, Lucknow. Glimpses of Geoscience Research in India – The Indian Report to IUGS 1999-2004. Singhvi and Bhattacharya (Eds). Indian National Science Academy, New Delhi. P.38-40.

2. Chakraborty  S. 2004 User Interaction Meeting on Accelerator Mass Spectrometry of Radiocarbon, Institute of Physics, Bhubanewar, Aug 26-27, 2004: an analysis Paleobotanist  53:181-183.

1. Chakraborty S. 2003 Coral records provide a unique means to investigate monsoon variabilities. In: Late Quaternary Environment Change: Emerging Issues, (eds) Anupama, K., Hema Achuthan. Institut Francais de Pondichery. 154-157

Edited Book

Chakraborty S.  and Bose T.  2011 Global Warming and Climate Change – Edited volume- Lectures delivered at the SERC School on ‘Global Warming and Climate Change’ , Dec 1-21, 2010, IITM. 

Updated: June 2018