Prof. R.B. Singh

Professor R.B. Singh: Brief CV
(Mobile: 9971950226; e-mail: rbsgeo@hotmail.com)
Dr. R.B. Singh is Professor of Geography since 2002 and Coordinator UGC-SAP-DRS III,
Department of Geography, Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi, Delhi-7, India. Earlier
served as UGC Research Scientist-C/Professor (1996-2002), UGC Research Scientist-B/Reader
(1988-1996) and Lecturer (1985-1988); Head, Department of Geography during 2013-2016. Dr. Singh
is presently Chair, Research Council, CSIR-Central Food Technological Research Institute, Mysore;
Member-Research Council-CSIR-Central Institute of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants, Lucknow;
Member of International Council of Science (ICSU) Prestigious Scientific Committee-Health and
Wellbeing in Changing Urban Environment-System Analysis Approach. Prof. Singh is VicePresident, International Geographical Union (IGU) since 2012 and is elected again for second
consecutive term (2016-20) of the highest world geographical body – International Geographical
Union at General Assembly and Congress concluded at Beijing, China on 25th August 2016. He is
invited by IAP-Global Network of Science Academies to join Working Group for statement on
Science and Technology for Disaster Risk Reduction.
He is First Indian Geographer bearing dual distinction of the IGU Vice President and ICSU
Scientific Committee Member. Under his Headship during 2013-2016 the Department of Geography
received two prestigious recognition i) second position among all the departments of the University of
Delhi in showcasing good practices at Antardhwani-2014 ii) Under QS World University Ranking the
Department featured Rank 1 as the Best Institution in India for Geography. He is Springer Series
Editor- Advances in Geographical and Environmental Sciences; and Sustainable Development Goals
(SDGs), IAP–Global Network of Science Academies representative on Disaster Risk Reduction.
Invited by UN to Moderate a Working Group on Exposure and Vulnerability at UNISDR Science and
Technology Conference on DRR, 2015-2030, Geneva January, 2016 and IAP invited as Panelist on
Science Advise in Times of Disaster Emergencies in South Africa during 28 February – 2 March,
2016; Science Council of Japan together with UNISDR invited for Tokyo Global Forum on Disaster
Resilience, November 23-25, 2017 for contributing towards Disaster Risk Mapping.
He was awarded prestigious Japan Society for Promotion of Science (JSPS) Research
Fellowship at Hiroshima in 2013 and Several Travel Fellowships/ Support from UNEP, UNITAR,
UNISDR, IAP, UNU, UNCRD, WCRP, IAHS, IGU, NASDA, INSA, UGC, SICI, MAIRS and Univ.
of Delhi etc. for participating and presenting papers, Chairing session and discussing research projects
in USA, Canada, Mexico, Japan, Australia, France, Finland, Denmark, Spain, U.K., Netherlands,
Norway, Germany, Switzerland, Russia, Georgia, Armenia, Poland, Czech Rep., Mongolia, Malaysia,
Thailand, Egypt, China, Taiwan, Tunisia, Sweden, Israel, South Korea, Ireland, S. Africa, Brazil,
Singapore, Italy, Luxembourg, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Nepal and Bhutan. Prof. Singh has specialized in
Land Use and Environmental Studies, Climate Change, Urban Regional Development, Disaster
Management, Remote Sensing and GIS.
He has to his credit 13 books, 34 edited research volumes and more than 200 research papers
published in national and international journals (i.e. Climate Dynamics, Current Science, Energies,
Theoretical and Applied Climatology, Environmental Science and Policy, Physical Geography,
Advances in Meteorology, Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Agriculture, Ecosystem and
Environment, Hydrological Processes, Mountain Research and Development, Journal of Mountain
Science, Advances in Earth Science, Advances in Limnology, Asian Geographer, Environmental
Economics, Tourism Recreation Research). He was Special Series Editor of prestigious journals like
Sustainability, Advances in Meteorology, Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, NAM Today. He is
Editorial Committee Member of Jl.of Mountain Science. In 1988 the UNESCO/ISSC (Paris) awarded
him Research and Study Grants Award in Social and Human Sciences. He was also associated with
prestigious international collaborative research programs such as ICSSR-IDPAD, CIDA-SICI, DFID
and Ministry of Agriculture. He has supervised 33 Ph.D. and 79 M.Phil students. He was also
associated with Nordic Inst. of Asian Studies, Copenhagen (Denmark) in 1998 and Visiting Professor
for delivering invited Lectures at the University of Turku (Finland). He was as one of the contributors
in the famous-The World Atlas-Earth Concise, Millennium House Ltd., Australia. He was invited by
UGC for Preparing National Level CBCS Syllabus for Undergraduate Geography in 2015. He is
expert in the prestigious Committees of the Government of India- Ministry of Environment and
Forests, Department of Science and Technology, National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA),
ICSSR etc..
Professor R.B.SINGH: Detailed CV
Present Affiliation:
 Professor and Coordinator-UGC SAP DRS III, Department of Geography, Delhi School of
Economics, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007, India. E-mail: rbsgeo@hotmail.com . Tel.:
91-11-27666783 (Office) 27553850 (Res.) Mobile: 91-9971950226
 Elected Vice President: International Geographical Union (IGU) (2012-2016) and re-elected
again for (2016-20). Dr. Singh is presently Member of International Council of
Science (ICSU) prestigious Scientific Committee-Health and Wellbeing in Changing
Urban Environment-System Analysis Approach. He is First Indian Geographer
bearing dual distinction of IGU Vice President and ICSU Scientific committee
Member.
 Chair-Research Council-CSIR-Central Food Technological Research Institute (CFTRI),
Government of India, Mysore since July 2017.
 Member-Research Council-CSIR-Central Institute for Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (CIMAP),
Government of India, Lucknow since July 2017
Professional Experiences: Since 1983 serving as CSIR Pool Officer (1983-85) at BHU; and
Lecturer (1985-83), UGC Research Scientist-B (Reader) (1988-96), UGC Research Scientist- C
(Professor), (1996-2002), Professor (2002 onwards) at Department of Geography, Delhi School
of Economics, University of Delhi, Delhi- 110007, India.
Education: M.A. in 1977, Ph.D. in 1981 (Geography), Diploma in Statistics in 1979 (all from the
Banaras Hindu University), UNITAR Training in GIS Technology in the Field of Environment
during 1988-89 from UNITAR/UNEP-GRID-Geneva and EPFL, Laussane (Switzerland).
Administrative Assignments
 Head, Department of Geography, DSE, University of Delhi, (2013-2016). Under his
Headship during 2013-2016 the Department of Geography received two prestigious
recognition i) second position among all the departments of the University of Delhi in
showcasing good practices at Antardhwani-2014 ii) Under QS World University
Ranking the Department featured Rank 1 as the Best Institution in India for
Geography.
 Served as Provost (Acting), Warden and Resident Tutor of Gwyer Hall Hostel, University of
Delhi for more than 13 years during April 1987 to September 2000.
Areas of Research Interest / Specialization
Environment and Health, Land Use, Climate Change, Urban Environment, Disaster
Management, Remote Sensing and GIS.
Special Issue Guest Editor
Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, 2015
Advances in Meteorology, 2014
Nam Today, February 2016
Editorial Board Member: Journal of Mountain Science, Peer J, Jl. Of Ecology and Natural
Resources, Jl. Of Water and Land Use Management, World Focus, The open Atmospheric
Science Journal
International Award/Fellowship:
1. Invited by UNISDR, ICSU and Science Council of Japan to deliver lecture at Global
Forum on Disaster Resilience, Tokyo during November 23-25, 2017.
2. Invited by UN to Moderate a Working Group on Exposure and Vulnerability at UNISDR
Science and Technology Conference on Sendai Framework of Disaster Risk Reduction,
2015-2030, Geneva January, 2016
3. IAP-Global Network of Science Academies invited as Panelist on Science Advise in
Times of Disaster Emergencies in South Africa during 28 February – 2 March, 2016
4. Research Fellowship, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS), Hiroshima,
Japan, June-July 2013.
5. UNESCO/ISSC, Paris Research and Study Grant Award in Social & Human Sciences,
1988.
6. Visiting Professor and Lectures during short term visit in November, 2008 and August,
2010 at the Department of Geography, Univ. of Turku, Finland.
7. Guest Fellowship for Asian Scholar, Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, Copenhagen,
Denmark during Sept.-Oct. 1998.
8. UNEP-UNITAR Fellowship for Training in GIS Technology in the Field of
Environment, at EPFL-Laussane and GRID-Geneva, October 1988 to April 1989.
9. Several Travel Fellowships/ Support from UNEP, UNITAR,UNU, UNCRD, WCRP,
IAHS, IGU, NASDA, INSA, UGC, SICI, MAIRS and Univ. of Delhi etc. for
participating and presenting papers, Chairing session and discussing research projects in
USA, Canada, Mexico, Japan, Australia, France, Finland, Denmark, Spain, U.K.,
Netherlands, Norway, Germany, Switzerland, Russia, Georgia, Armenia, Poland, Czech
Rep., Mongolia, Malaysia, Thailand, Egypt, China, Taiwan, Tunisia, Sweden, Israel,
South Korea, Ireland, S. Africa, Brazil, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Italy,
Luxembourg, Kyrgyz Republic, Nepal and Bhutan.
International / National Academic Recognition:
1. Member-IAP Global Network of Science Academies Working Group for Statement on
Science and Technology for Disaster Risk Reduction since 2017 and contributed to Final
document..
2. Nominated Member-Int. Council of Science (ICSU) Scientific Committee-Health and
Wellbeing in Changing Urban Environment-System Analysis Approach (2016-19); and
CODATA Task Force.
3. Member of Council of World Cultural Forum, Taihu, China.
4. IAP Global Network of Science Academies Representative on DRR since 2015.
5. He is only Indian Geographer who is Leading, Indian National Science Academy (INSA)
National Delegation three times to International Geography Congress, Beijing, China (2016),
Koln, Germany (2012) and Tunis, Tunisia (2008).
6. Nominated Coordinator: UGC SAP DRS III, Department of Geography, Univ. of Delhi,
2013-18.
7. Nominated Member-IUGG-IGU Nat. Committee, Indian National Science Academy (2008-
2019).
8. Expert in the prestigious Committees of the Government of India- Ministry of
Environment and Forests, Department of Science and Technology, National Disaster
Management Authority (NDMA).
9. Springer Series Editor: Advances of Geographical and Environmental Sciences.
10. UGC Invited for Preparing National Level CBCS Syllabus for Undergraduate Geography in 2015
11. Vice-Chair-IGU Commission on Biogeography and Biodiversity (2008-12)
12. Managing Editor- Nat. Asso. Of Geographers, India , NAGI (2010-13)
13. Elected Secretary General-Nat. Asso. Of Geographers India (2002-2010); Joint Secretary in
2001
14. Leader, INSA National Delegation to Tunis International Geography Congress, 2008,
Tunisia.
15. Nominated Steering Comm. Members of Various Commissions – Int. Geographical Union
(IGU) Commissions (1988-2008).
16. Dy. Coordinator, UGC-DRS Programme, Department of Geography, University of Delhi
until 2012.
17. Nominated Special Representative-World Asso. Of Soil and Water Conservation, 2007-2010.
18. Associate Faculty, Global Earth System Governance Project of ESSP, The Netherlands since
2008.
19. Nominated Member Curriculum Development for Geoinformatics jointly nominated by UGC
and Department of Space, Govt. of India.
20. Regional Promoter-South Asia, IGU Initiative Culture, Civilisations and Human Dev. 2006-
2009.
21. Member, INSA National Delegation to Glasgow International Geography Congress, 2004
22. Elected Secretary, Hydrology Section, Asia-Ocenia Geoscience Society, Singapore, 2004-
2007.
23. Nominated Member –Study Group for Preparation of NCR Plan-2021, Govt. of India.
24. Nominated Member-Board of Studies, TERI School of Advanced Studies, New Delhi since
2003.
25. Nominated Member, UGC Xth Plan Visiting Team to University of Pune (2002).
26. South Asian Rep. in Managing Board of Commonwealth Geographical Bureau (1992-2000).
27. Nominated Member, ICAR Programme Impl. Comm. on Land Use/Cover Change and Food
Security in Indo-Gangetic Plain.
28. Expert – Glossary of Geography, Comm. of Sc. & Tech. Terminology, Government of India,
NRC for Evn. Education, NCERT.
29. Editor, Asso. of Geographical Studies, Delhi University- 2002-2007.
30. Member, Advisory Council, Bulletin of Geography, Socio-Economic Series, 2013.
31. Member-Editorial Advisory Board, Indian Jl. Of Development Research and Social Action.
32. Member-Editorial Board, Journal of Water & Land Use Management.
33. Member-Editorial Board, North Eastern Geographer.
34. Member-Editorial Advisory Board, The Horizon-A Journal of Social Science.
35. Chairman – NAGI -Comm. on Env. Monitoring and GIS since 1989-2000.
36. Expert Committee Member: UGC/CEC-EDUSAT.
37. Elected Recorder – Earth System Science Section of Indian Science Congress Association
(1996-98).
Invited Lecturer Delivered at Various Indian Universities and Colleges Located at
Delhi-Delhi University Colleges, JMI, SPA, IIPA, IARI, Aligarh, M.D.University, Rohtak,
Panjab University, Chandigarh, Panjabi University, Patiala, Kashmir University, Srinagar,
University of Jammu, University of Burdwan, National PG College, Lucknow,
Courses Taught
Taught courses to M. A.,M. Phil. And Ph.D. programme at University of Delhi: Environment and
Ecology, Fundamentals of Remote Sensing and GIS, Environmental Impact Assessment, Urban
Impacts on Natural Resources and Environment, Environmental Studies, Ecological Issues in
Development, Environmental Security: Problems and Policies, Man and Environment,
Biogeography, Regional Planning & Development.
Undertaken Collaborative Major Research Projects:
1. Principal Investigator: Livelihood Security in Changing Socio-Economic Environment in
Himachal Pradesh, India (2012 onwards) collaborated with University of Turku, Finland.
2. Co-Investigator: Shastri Applied Research Project (SHARP) on Role of Public, Private and
Civil Sectors in Sustainable Env. Management (2003-2005) collaborated with Univ. Of
Manitoba and the University of Winnipeg, Winnipeg, Canada.
3. Project Director: ICSSR -Indo-Dutch Programme on Alternative in Dev. (IDPAD) on
Environmental Implications and its Socio-Economic Implications in Rural-Urban Fringe of
Delhi -Univ. of Delhi & Univ. of Groningen, The Netherlands. (1997-2002).
4. Chief Co-investigator-CIDA-SICI Partnership Project-II on Urban Development and
Environmental Impacts in Mountain Context, Univ. of Delhi & Univ. of Manitoba, Canada.
(1998-2002)
4. Project Director, DFID Res. Project on Enhancing Food Chain Integrity…Pollution Impact
on Vegetable System (2000-2) in Peri-Urban Areas, Collaboration with Imperial College,
London, UK.
5. Chief Co-investigator-CIDA-SICI Partnership Project-I on Sustainable Development of
Mountain Environment in India and Canada, Univ. of Delhi & Univ. of Manitoba, Canada,
(1994-1997).
6. Project Director: Ministry of Agriculture Project for Preparation of Perspective Plan for Land
Resources in N. Zone, India (1994).
LIST OF PUBLICATIONS AND RESEARCH SUPERVISION
A. Published Books/Atlas:
1. Kumar, Dilip, Singh, R.B. and Kaur, Ranjeet: Spatial Information Technology for Sustainable
Development Goals, Springer, 2018 In Press.
2. Singh, R.B. : Urban Sustainability, Health and Wellbeing and Disaster Risk Reduction, Prof.
R.N.Dubey Foundation, Allahabad, Pages 80, 2015.
3. Panwar, M., Sharma, S.K. and Singh, R.B.: Medicinal Plants and Sustainable Livelihood,
R.K.Books, New Delhi, Pages 342, 2010.
4. Singh, R.B. and Mal, Suraj: Environmental Change and Biodiversity, Rawat Publication,
Jaipur, 2009.
5. Gritzner, Charles F. et al.: The World Atlas-Earth Concise (Jointly with several other Contributors
including R.B.Singh), Millennium House Ltd., NSW, Australia, pages 576, 2008.
6. Dey, B. and Singh, R.B. :Natural Hazards and Disaster Management, CBSE, Delhi, pages
45, 2006.
www.cbse.nic.in/natural%20hazards%20&%20disaster%20management.pdf (Internet Pub.)
7. Singh, R.B.: Risk Assessment and Vulnerability Analysis, IGNOU PG Diploma in Disaster
Management- MPA-003, New Delhi., pages 355, 2005.
8. Kumar, B. and Singh, R.B: Urban Development and Anthropogenic Climate ChangeExperience in Indian Metropolitan Cities, Manak Pub., New Delhi, pages 216, 2003.
9. Singh, R.B.: Practical Work in Geography, Part 2, Text Book for Class XII, NCERT, New
Delhi, pages 58, 2003.
10. Sen Roy, S. And Singh, R.B.: Climate Variability, Extreme Events and Agricultural
Productivity in Mountain Regions, Oxford & IBH Pub., New Delhi, pages 232, 2002.
11. Singh, R.B.: Practical Work in Geography, Part 1, Text Book for Class XI, NCERT, New
Delhi, pages 65, 2002.
12. Singh, R.B.: Space Technology for Disaster Monitoring and Mitigation in India, INCEDE,
Inst. Of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo, Pages 58, 1994.
13. Singh, R.B.: Geography of Rural Development, New Delhi, Inter India Publisher, 1986.
14. Singh, R.P.B. and Singh, R.B.: Changing Frontiers of Indian Village Ecology, Varanasi,
Banaras Hindu University-NGSI, 1981.
B. Edited Research Volumes:
15. Mal, Suraj, Singh, R.B. and Huggel, Christian: Climate Change, Extreme Events and
Disaster Risk Reduction, Springer, Switzerland, pages 309, 2018.
16. Singh, R.B., Schickhoff and Suraj Mal: Climate Change, Glacier Response, and Vegetation
Dynamics in the Himalaya, Springer, Switzerland, pages 399, 2016.
17. Singh, R.B.: Progress in Indian Geography, A Country Report for IGU Beijing 2016, INSA,
New Delhi, pages 214, 2016.
18. Singh, R.B. : Environmental Geography of South Asia, Contributions toward a future earth
Initiative, Springer, Tokyo, Pages 351, 2015
19. Singh, R.B. : Urban Development Challenges, Risk and Resilience in Asian Mega CitiesSustainable Urban Future of Emerging Asian Mega Region, Springer, Tokyo, Pages 488,
2015.
20. Singh, R.B. and Hietala, R. : Livelihood Security in Northwestern Himalaya, Springer,
Tokyo, Pages 258, 2014.
21. Singh, Mehtab, Singh, R.B. and M.I.Hasan : Climate Change and Biodiversity, Springer,
Tokyo, 2014.
22. Singh, Mehtab, Singh, R.B. and M.I.Hasan : Landscape Ecology and Water Management,
Springer, Tokyo, 2014.
23. Singh, R.B.: Progress in Indian Geography-A Country report, Indian National Science
Academy, New Delhi, Pages 198, 2012.
24. Himiyama, Y., Kanda, F., Singh, R.B. and Hindson, J.: Glocal Environmental Education,
Rawat Publications, Jaipur, Pages 246, 2010.
25. Singh, R.B.: Biogeography and Biodiversity, Rawat Publications, Jaipur, Pages 340, 2009.
26. Gritzner, Charles F. et al.: The World Atlas-Earth Concise (Jointly with several other
Contributors including R.B. Singh), Millennium House Ltd., NSW, Australia, pages 576,
2008.
27. Jha, M.M. and Singh, R.B.: Land Use-Reflection on Spatial Informatics, Agriculture and
Development, Concept Publishing Company, New Delhi, Pages 318, 2008
28. Mohammad, N., Singh, R.B. and Datta, A.: Spatial Information Technology for Natural
Resources Management, Concept Publishing Company, New Delhi, Pages 180, 2007.
29. Park, Namsik, Nakakita, E., Yoo, C. and Singh, R.B.: Advances of Geosciences: Vol. 4:
Hydrological Sciences (HS), Ed., World Scientific Publishing Co., Singapore, Pages 295,
2006.
30. Singh, R.B.: Natural Hazards and Disaster Management, Rawat Pub., Jaipur, Pages 352,
2006.
31. Singh, R.B.: Sustainable Urban Development, Concept Publishing Company, New Delhi,
Pages 431, 2006.
32. Singh, R.B.: Human Dimensions of Sustainable Development, Rawat Pub., Jaipur, pages 279,
2002
33. Singh, R.B.: Urban Sustainability in the Context of Global Change, Science Pub., Inc.,
Enfield (NH), USA and Oxford & IBH Pub., New Delhi, Pages 282, 2001.
34. Singh, R.B., Fox, J. and Himiyama, Y.: Land Use and Cover Change, Science Pub., Inc.,
Enfield (NH), USA and Oxford & IBH Pub., New Delhi, pages 299, 2001.
35. Singh, R.B.: Disaster Management, Rawat Pub., Jaipur, pages 333, 2000.
36. Singh, R.B. and Murai, Shunji: Space Technology for Sustainable Development, Oxford &
IBH Publisher, New Delhi, 1998 , pages, 368.
37. Singh, R.B.: Sustainable Development of Mountain Environment of India and Canada, New
Delhi, Oxford & IBH Pub., 1998, Pages 345.
38. Singh, R.B.: Ecological Techniques and Approaches to Vulnerable Environment, New
Delhi, Oxford & IBH Pub., pages 255, 1998.
39. Becker, A. et al.: Predicting Global Change Impacts on Mountain Hydrology and Ecology:
Integrated Catchment Hydrology/ Altitudinal Gradient Studies, (Together with others
including R.B.Singh), IGBP Report 43, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Stockholm,
Pages 61, 1997.
40. Singh, R.B. and Majoral, R.: Development Issues in Marginal Regions, New Delhi, Oxford
& IBH Pub., 1996, Pages 310.
41. Singh, R.B. and Misra, S.: Environmental Law – Issues and Responses, New Delhi, Concept
Pub., 1996, Page 303.
42. Singh, R.B.: Disasters, Environment and Development, New Delhi, Oxford & IBH Pub.,
Pages 600, 1996.
43. Singh, R.B.: Research in Geography, Vol. II Disaster and Environment – Monitoring and
Forecasting, New Delhi, APH Pub., 1996, Pages 357.
44. Singh, R.B.: Research in Geography, Vol I – Land Use Changes and Sustainable
Development, New Delhi, APH Pub.,1996, Pages, 335.
45. Singh, R.B.and Haigh, Martin J.: Sustainable Reconstruction of Highland and Headwater
Regions, New Delhi, Oxford & IBH Pub. 1995, Pages 681.
46. Singh, R.B.: Global Environmental Change-Perspectives on Remote Sensing and GIS, New
Delhi, Oxford & IBH Pub., 1995 Pages 321.
47. Singh, R.B.: Environmental Monitoring – Application of Remote Sensing and GIS, Hong
Kong: Geocarto Int. Centre, Pages 192, 1991.
48. Singh, R.B.: Dynamics of Mountain Geosystems, New Delhi: Ashish Pub., 1991, Pages 375,
49. Singh, R.B.: Environmental Geography, Contribution to Indian Geography Vol. XI, New
Delhi, Heritage Pub., 1990, Pages 352 XV.
C. Research Papers Published in Foreign Journal/Peer Reviewed
Publications-Many with High Impact Factor
1. Manish Kumar, R.B.Sngh, Ram Pravesh, Pankaj Kumar, Dinesh Kumar Tripathi and
Netrananda Sahu, (2017) Urban Growth Dynamics and Modeling using Remote Sensing
Data and Multivariate Statistical Techniques, Current Science, In press.
2. Haque, Senaul and Singh, R.B. (2017) Air pollution and human health in Kolkata,
India: A case study, Climate, 5, 77; doi:10.3390/cli5040077, 2-16. (Scopus).
3. Nigam, G. K., Sahu, R. K., Sinha, M. K., Deng, X., Singh, R.B and Kumar, P.(2017)
Field assessment of surface runoff, sediment yield and soil erosion in opencast mines in
Chirimiri area, Chhattisgarh, India, Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Earth.DOI
10.1016/j.pce.2017.07.001 (Impact factor:1.426, scopus).
4. Sahu N, Robertson A, Boer R,Behera S, DeWitt DG, Kaoru T, Kumar M, Singh RB
(2016) : Probabilistic Seasonal Streamflow Forecasts of the Citarum River, Indonesia,
Based on General Circulation Models,Journal of Stochastic Environmental Research and
Risk Assessment, 2016, doi 10.1007/s00477-016-1297-4, (Impact factor: 3.11, Citation: 1,
scopus).
5. Goswami, Nitu and Singh, R.B. (2017). Health Seeking Behaviour in Stress
Management: A Case Study of French Tourist Community in Kangra, Himachal
Pradesh, HSOA Jl.of Community Medicine and Public Health Care, 4:024
6. Singh,R.B., Janmaijaya, Dhaka,S.K. and Kumar, V. (2015). Study on the association
of green house gas (CO2) with monsoon rainfall using AIRS and TRMM satellite
observations, Physics and Chemistry of Earth, 89-90
(2015),dx.doi.org./10.1016/j.pce.2015.04.004, 65-72. (Impact factor:1.426, Citation: 5,
scopus)
7. O’Shea, P. M., Roy, S. S., & Singh, R. B. (2015). Diurnal variations in the spatial
patterns of air pollution across Delhi. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 1-12.
DOI: 10.1007/s00704-015-1441-y (Impact factor: 2.43, Citation: 2 )
8. Singh, R.B. and Kumar, Ajay (2015). Climate variability and water resource scarcity
in drylands of Rajasthan, India, Geoenvironmental Disasters, 2:7, DOI
10.1186/s40677-015-0018-5, 1-10. (Citation: 7 )
9. Singh, R.B. and Grover, Aakriti (2015). Analysis of urban heat island (UHI) in
relation to Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI): A comparative study of
Delhi and Mumbai. Environments, 2, 125-138; doi:10.3390/environments 2020125..
10. Singh, R.B., Haque, Senaul and Grover, Aakriti (2015). Drinking water, Sanitation
and Health in Kolkata Metropolitan City: Contribution towards Urban Sustainability,
Geography, Environment, Sustainability, No. 4,(V.08).
11. Singh, R.B., Grover, Aakriti and Zhan, Jinyan (2014). Inter-Seasonal Variations of
Surface Temperature in the Urbanized Environment of Delhi Using Landsat Thermal Data,
Energies 7, doi:10.33901en7031811, (Impact factor:2.262, Citation: 22, scopus).
12. Singh, R.B. and Grover, Aakriti (2014). Remote sensing of urban microclimate with
special reference to urban heat island using Landsat thermal data. . Geographica
Polonica, 87(4), 555-568, DOI: 10.7163/GPol.2014.38
13. Singh, R.B. (2014). Emerging frontiers, challenges and changing professional
avenues for geographers in the contemporary world. Geographica Polonica, 87(2),
203-212, DOI: 10.7163/GPol.2014.12
14. Singh, R.B. and Shi, C. (2014). Advances in Observation and Estimation of Land
Use Impact on Climate Changes: Improved Data, Upgraded Models and Case
Studies, Advances in Meteorology DX. DOI.org/10.1155/2014/748169. (Impact
factor:1.277, Citation: 7 )scopus).
15. Singh, R.B. and Suraj Mal: Trends and Variability of Monsoon and other Rainfall
Seasons in Western Himalaya, Atmospheric Science Letters, DOI: 10.1002/asl2.494,
2014. (Impact factor 1.57, Citation: 20 )
16. Sahu, N., Singh, R.B., Kumar, Pankaj, Da Silva, R.V. and Behera, S.K: La Nina
Impacts on Austral Summer Extremely High-Streamflow Events in the Paranaiba
River in Brazil, Advances in Meteorology DX. DOI.org/10.1155/2013/461693, 2013.
(Impact factor:1.277, Citation: 2, scopus).
17. Sahu, N., Behera, S.K., Ratnam, J.V., Da Silva, R.V., Parhi, P., Duan, W., Takara, K.,
Singh, R.B. and Yamagata, T.: El Nino Modoki Connection to Extremely-Low
Streamflow of the Paranaiba River of Brazil, Climate Dynamics, DOI
10.1007/s00382-013-2006-3, 2014. (Impact factor:4.146, Citation: 10, scopus)
18. Ma, Maohua, Haapanen, Toni, Singh, R.B. and Hietala, R.: Integrating Ecological
Restoration into CDM Forestry Projects, Environmental Science and Policy, Vol. 30,
2013. (Impact factor:3.751, Citation:11, scopus).
19. Mal, Suraj and Singh, R.B.: Differential Recession of Glaciers in Nanda Devi
Biosphere Reserve, India, IAHS Red Book 360, pp. 71-76, 2013.
20. Singh, R.B., Gahlot, S. and Singh, Anju: Ecohydrological Perspectives of Declining
Water Sources and Quality in Traditional Water Bodies in Delhi, IAHS Red Book
361, :pp. 361-68, 2013 ( Citation: 5 ).
21. Singh, R.B. and Anand, Subhash: Geodiversity, Geographical Heritage and Geoparks
in India, International Jl. Of Geoheritage,1(1), pp 10-26, 2013, Citation:7.
22. Anand, Anupam, Chandan, Pankaj and Singh, R.B.: Homestays at Korzok:
Supplementing Rural Livelihoods and Supporting Green Tourism in the Indian
Himalayas, Mountain Research and Development, 32(2), 2012:pp.126-36. (Impact
factor:1.149, Citation: 26 ) scopus)
23. Ma, Maoha, Singh, R.B. and Hietala, H.: Human driving forces for ecosystem services in the
Himalayan region, Environmental Economics, 3(1), 2012: pp. 53-57, Citation: 9) .
24. Singh, R.B. and Kumar, Dilip: Remote sensing and GIS for land use/cover mapping and
integrated land management: case from the middle Ganga plain, Front. Earth Sci., 6(2), 2012.
(Impact factor:1.051, Citation: 8 )scopus).
25. Sahu, Netranand, Yamashiki, Y, Avatar, Ram, Singh, R.B. and Takara, Kaoru:
Impact of ENSO on the Paranaiba Catchment, Brazil, Annuals of Disas. Prev. Res.
Inst., Kyoto University (Online Jl.), No.55B, 2012.
26. Singh, R.B. and Kumar, Ajay: Climate Variability in Dry Regions of India: Case Study of
Rajasthan, Scientific Annals of Alexandru IOAN CUZA University of IASI, Vol.L VIII, pp.59-
76, 2012.
27. Singh, R.B. and Singh, S.: Rapid Urbanization and Induced Flood Risk in Noida, India,
Asian Geographer, Vol. 28, Issue 2, 2011, pp. 147-69, ( Citation: 13 )
28. Sen Roy,S., Singh, R.B. and Kumar, Manoj: An Analysis of Local Spatial Temperature
Patterns in the Delhi Metropolitan Area, Physical Geography, Vol. 32, pp. 114-38, 2011,
(Citation: 19).
29. Sahu, Netranand, Yamashiki, Y, Takara, Kaoru and Singh, R.B.: An Observation on the
Relationship between Climate Variability Modes and River Discharges of the Citarum Basin,
Indonesia, Annuals of Disas.Prev.Res. Inst., Kyoto University (Online Jl.), No.54B, pp. 49-
55, 2011
30. Singh, R.B. and Kumar, Subodh: Mountain Risks in Downstream Water Resource
Management in Upper Bhagirathi Basin, Indian Himalayas, IAHS Red Book Pub. 347, pp.
49-54, 2011.
31. Singh, R.B. and Chandana, Vaneeta: Spatial Analysis of the Yamuna Water Quality in Pre
and Post Monson Periods, IAHS Red Book Pub. 348, pp. 8-13, 2011.
32. Sati1 V. P. and Singh R. B. 2010 Prospects of Sustainable Livestock Farming in the
Uttarakhand Himalaya, India, Journal of Livestock Science 1(1):9-16, citation 7.
33. Singh, R.B., Mal, Suraj and Kala, C.P.: Community Response to Mountain Tourism-A Case
in Bhyundar Valley, Indian Himalaya, Journal of Mountain Science, Vol.6, No.4, December,
pp.394-404, 2009. (Impact factor:1.151, Citation:19, scopus).
34. Singh, R.B.: Integrated Water Resources Management in the Vulnerable Indian
Environment, IAHS Red Book 330, pp. 187-93, 2009.
35. Goel, A. and Singh, R.B.: Sustainable Forestry in Mega-cities of India for Mitigating Carbon
Sequestration: Case Study of Delhi, Advances in Earth Science, Vol.21, No.2, Feb., pp.144-
150, 2006.
36. Goel, A. and Singh, R.B.: Climate Variability and Drought in Rajasthan, in Advances of
Geosciences: Vol. 4: Hydrological Sciences (HS), Ed., World Scientific Publishing Co.,
Singapore, pp. 57-68, 2006.
37. Singh, R.B. and Mishra, D.K.: Green Tourism in Mountain Regions-reducing Vulnerability
and promoting People and place Centric Development in the Himalayas, Journal of
Mountain Science, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 57-64, 2004. (Impact factor:1.151,Citation:26,
scopus).
38. Singh, R.B.: Assessment of Wastewater Generation, Management Pattern and its Re-Use
Potential in Urban India, IAHS Red Book 285, pp. 19-22, 2004.
39. Gardner, James, Sinclair, John, Berkes, Fikret and Singh, R.B.: Accelerated Tourism
Development and its Impacts in Kullu-Manali, H.P., India, In Tourism Recreation Research,
Vol. 27 (3), pp. 9-20, 2002 ( Citation: 26 ).
40. Singh, R.B.: Sustainable Management of Water Resources in an Agriculturally Developed
Region of the Indo-Gangetic Ecosystem, India, Pub. In FRIEND 2002-Regional
Hydrology:Bridging the Gap Between Research and Practice, IAHS Red Book 274, pp. 315-
21, 2002.
41. Singh, R.B.: Impact of Land-use change on groundwater in the Punjab-Haryana Plains, India,
Pub. In Impact of Human Activity on Groundwater Dynamics, IAHS Red Book 269, pp. 117-
122, 2001.
42. Singh, R.B.: Sustainable Regional Water Management in the Yamuna River Basin: Case
Study of Delhi Region, Pub. In Regional Management of Water Resources, IAHS Red Book
268, pp. 25-32, 2001.
43. Singh, R.B.: Environmental Consequences of Agricultural Development: A Case study from
the Green Revolution State of Haryana, India, In Agriculture, Ecosystem and Environment,
1637, 2000, 1-7, (Impact factor: 2.859, Citation: 248).
44. Singh, R.B.: Land Use and Cover Change and Comprehensive Food Security in the IndoGangetic Plains: Challenges and Responses, Journal of Geography Education, Vol. 43, pp.
27-31, 2000.
45. Singh, R.B.: Urban Impact on Groundwater Quality in the Delhi Region, IAHS Red Book
259, pp. 227-234, 1999, (Citation: 15 ).
46. Duffield, C., Gardner, J.S., Berkes, F. and Singh, R.B.: Local Knowledge in the Assessment
of Resource Sustainability: Case Studies in Himachal Pradesh, India and British Columbia.
Canada, Mountain Research and Development, vol.18, No.1, 1998, pp. 35-49. (Impact
factor:1.149, Citation:51, scopus)
47. Singh, R.B.: Land Use/Cover Changes, Extreme Events and Ecohydrological Responses in
the Himalayan Region, in Hydrological Processes, 12, 1998. (Impact factor:3.014,
Citation: 49, scopus).
48. Singh, R.B. and Verma, R.P.: Monitoring Hydrological Parameters and Sustainable Water
Resource Development in the Mahanadi River Basin, Acta hydrotechnica, 15/19, 1997,
pp.159-162.
49. Singh, R.B.: Water Resources Monitoring for Environmental Sustainability under increasing
uncertainty in the Himalayan Region, In Sustainability of Water Resources Under
Increasing Uncertainty, IAHS Red Book 240, 1997, pp. 479-485.
50. Singh, R.B. and Pandey, B.W.: Environmental Monitoring of Particulate Matter and
Pollution in Major Rivers of India, in Particulate Matter in Rivers and Estuaries,
Hamburg: Max Planck Inst. pp. 246-251, 1994, published in Advances in Limnology, Vol.
47, 1996. pp.557-561.
51. Singh, R.B.: Spatial Distribution of rural Settlement System: Micro-Level Indian Case Study,
Asian Geographer, Vol. 1, No. 2, 1982, pp. 51-56.
52. Singh, R.B.: The role of Education in Rural Development : Spatial and Structural Strategy in
Rural India, The Indonesian Jl. of Geography, Vol. 10, No. 39, 1980, pp.45-53 also
published in Human Resource Development, Vol. Ed. A. Kumar, Anmol Pub., New Delhi,
1991
53. Singh, Rana P.B. and Singh, R.B.: Ecological Perspectives of Rural Development in North
Indian Plain: A Case of Siwan District, Geographica, Vol. 13, 1979, pp. 49-57.
D. Research Papers Published in Indian Journals:
54. Singh, R.B. (2017) Ensuring clean water accessibility and mitigating water induced
disasters-Contributing towards Sustainable Development Goals, Productivity,
57(4), Jan-March, 323-31.
55. Singh, R.B. and Haque, Senaul (2016) Urban ambient air quality and respiratory
health in Kolkata: A dispensary level analysis, Journal of Urban and Regional
Studies, 2(1),February, 7-21.
56. Nitu and R.B.Singh (2016) Dynamics of hill agriculture in emergent rural economy
of Kangra district, Himichal Pradesh, Journal of Soil and Water Conservation
15(4): 337-344, October-December, DOI: 10.5958/2455-7145.2016.00019.9.
57. Singh, R. B. (2016). Climate, Disaster and Livelihood Security- Contribution towards
Sendai Framework of Disaster Risk Reduction, NAM Today, Vol. LV, No. 02, 2-4.
58. Singh, R. B. (2016). Disaster Risk Reduction-Agenda before Academics, policy
Makers. World Focus, No. 437, 5-11.
59. Singh,R.B. and Kumar, Ajay (2015). Understanding climate change-induced
disasters for sustainable future earth, case studies of Rajasthan and Uttarakhand
Himalaya. World Focus, October 2015, 23-33.
60. Singh, R.B., Pandey, B.W. & Prasad, Abhay Shankar (2014) Adaptation strategies
for flood risk mitigation in lower Brahmaputra river basin, Assam through
integrated river basin management, Transactions (Journal of the Institute of Indian
Geographers), 36(2), 159-170.
61. Singh, R.B., Pandey, B.W. & Prasad, Abhay Shankar (2014). Extent and Magnitude
of Flood due to Soil Erosion in Lower Brahmaputra River Basin Assam. Annals of
the National Association of Geographers India (NAGI), 34 (2), 162-179.
62. Thakur, Swati and Singh, R.B. (2014). Climate variability in the foothills of Indian
Central Himalayan Region, Regional Symbiosis, Vol.22, 51-64.
63. Singh, R.B., Pandey, B.W. & Prasad, Abhay Shankar (2014). Living With Flood
and Sustainable Livelihood Development in Lower Brahmaputra River Basin
Assam. Golden Research Thoughts 3(10), 1-10.
64. Singh, R.B. & Janmaijaya, M. (2014). Anthropogenic activities impacting
temperature variations over Delhi, International Journal of Applied Sciences and
Humanities, 14, 54-60.
65. Singh, R.B. & Janmaijaya, M. (2014). Monsoon: mechanism, variability and
emerging issues, International Journal of Applied Sciences and Humanities, 3, 88-
92.
66. Singh, R.B. & Kumar, A. (2013). Land use land cover change in peripheral
National Capital Region: A case study of Alwar district, Rajasthan Journal of Water
and Land use Management 13(2) 13-24 (ISSN 0973-9300)
67. Singh, R.B. & Kumar, A. (2013). Impact of changing monsoon pattern on dryland
agriculture in India: A case of Nagaur district, Rajasthan, Journal of water and land
use management, 13(1),1-14.
68. Mehtab Singh and R.B.Singh: Change in Land Use and Land Cover through Watershed
Development Programme: A Case of Nakti Nadi Sub Watershed in Haryana Shiwaliks, The
Horizon-A Jl. Of social Science, Vol.4 (1), pp.11-19, 2013.
69. Singh, R.B. and Nath, Rituparna: Remote Sensing, GIS and Micrometeorology for
Monitoring and Predicting Urban Heat Islands in Kolkata Mega City, Annals of NAGI, Vol.
32 (1), pp.17-39, 2012.
70. Gupta, Rupesh and Singh, R.B.:Population Growth and Land Use Change Analysis of Jaipur
City using Remote Sensing and GIS Techniques, Hill Geographer, 27 (1&2), pp.75-84, 2011.
71. Singh, R.B. and Kumar, Rajesh: Assessment of Climate Variability in the Dry Regions of
Haryana, Journal of Landscape Systems and Ecological Studies, Vol. 34 (2), pp.23-32, 2011.
72. Singh, R.B. and Gurjar, A.K.: Climate change Vulnerability of Agriculture in Arid Region of
Rajasthan, India, Annals of NAGI, 30 (1), pp. 22-38, 2011.
73. Singh, R.B. and Kumar, Subodh: Hazard Risk Assessment and Disaster Management
Strategies in Mountains, World Focus, Vol. 32, No.3, pp.143-52, 2011.
74. Singh, R.B.: Geospatial Information Technology for Governance and Education in India:
Focus on Disaster Management and Agriculture Development, Charmanvati: Research Jl. Of
Geography, Vol. 10, pp. 1-10, 2010.
75. Sati, V.P. and Singh, R.B.: Migration and Agrarian Changes in Mountain Regions: A Case
Study of the Pindar Basin of Uttarakhand Himalaya, India, Annals of the Nat. Ass. Of
Geographers, India (NAGI), Vol. 29, No. 1, June, pp. 20-33, 2009.
76. Singh, R.B.: Remote Sensing and Geographical Information System, Pub. In Geography in
India-Selected Themes, Ed. L.S.Bhat, Pearson, Delhi, pp.203-257, 2009. Also see Remote
Sensing Research in India: Trends and Prospects in Trans. Inst. Indian Geographers, Vol. 15,
No. 1, 1993, pp. 71-83 also pub. in Third World Impact, June-Aug. 1993.
77. Singh, R.B.: Mitigating Natural Disasters for Achieving Inclusive Development and Human
Security in India, In Journal of Social Science, Vol. 10, No.2, July-December, pp 258-72, 2008.
78. Singh, R.B. and Chauhan, G.S.: Hydrology for sustaining Planet Earth and Biodiversity:
Indian Experience, Indian National Geographer, Vol. 23, No. 1&2, pp. 1-6, 2008.
79. Singh, R.B. and Anand, Subhash: Current Status of Municipal Solid Waste Management
Practices in Delhi, Annals of the Nat. Ass. Of Geographers, India (NAGI), Vol. 28, No. 1,
June, pp. 36-50. 2008.
80. Singh, Mehtab, Kumar, Suresh, Singh, R.B. and Prasad, J.: Estimation of Soil Erosion by
Using RUSLE and GIS for a Himalayan Sub-Watershed in India, Annals of the Nat. Ass. Of
Geographers, India (NAGI), Vol. 27, No. 2, December, pp. 1-11, 2007.
81. Singh, R.B.: Hydroinformatics for Integrated Watershed Management-Combining Science
and Community Participation, Indian National Geographer, Vol.21, No. 1 & 2,. 59-66, 2006.
82. Singh, R.B. and Anand, Anupam: Biodiversity in the High Altitude Lakes of Ladakh: Threats
and Opportunities, Annals of NAGI, Vol. 26, No.2, December, pp. 10-17, 2006.
83. Singh, R.B.: Geographical Mosaics of Culture, Environment and Human Development,
Annals of NAGI, Vol. 25, No.2, December, pp.20-32, 2005.
84. Singh, R.B.: Prediction in Ungauged Basins (PUB): Hydrological Challenges for India,
Annals of NAGI, Vol. 22, No.1, June 2002, pp. 89-98. Also Pub. In PUB as Disaster
Mitigation Tool in the Himalayan River Basin, Proceeding of the World Congress on Natural
Disaster Mitigation, Vol. 2, The institution of Engineers (India), New Delhi, pp.256-64, 2004.
85. Singh, R.B.: Impact of Climate Change on Water Resources Sustainability in the HimalayanGangetic Region, in Annals of the National Association of Geographers, India, Vol XXIV,
No 1, pp.32-39, 2004, Also in Water Resources Sustainability in the Context of Increasing
Disasters in the Himalaya-Gangetic Region, In. Proceedings of the 2nd Asia Pacific
Association of Hydrology and Water Resources Conference, Vol. 11, AOGS, Singapore, pp.
566-74., 2004.
86. Singh, R.B., Kumar, B. and Singh, Anju: Mapping Environmental Stress in the Context of
Land Use Changes and urban Sprawl in Delhi Metropolitan Region, The Geographer, Vol.
49, Number 2, July, pp. 44-60, 2002
87. Singh, R.B.: Management of Water Related Disasters in the Context of the Himalayan
Mountain Region of India, Annals of the National Asso. Of Geographers, India (NAGI), Vol.
21, No. 2, December 2001, pp. 41-46.
88. Singh, R.B. and Kumar, B.: Levels of Atmospheric Quality in Mumbai, Calcutta and Delhi,
The Indian Geographical Jl., Vol. 74, No.2, December, pp. 112-25, 1999.
89. Singh, R.B. and Kumar, Umesh: Rainfall Variability and its Relation with climate and
Ecosystem: A Case of Western India, (jointly with U.Kumar), Indian Jl. Of Landscape system
and Ecological Studies, Vol. 22, No.1, June, pp. 29-35, 1999.
90. Singh, R.B. and Kumar, B.: Prediction and Detection of Anthropogenic Climate Change:
Case of Delhi, Transactions, Institute of Indian Geographers, Vol.21, No.1 ,Jan., pp. 61-
75.1999.
91. Singh, R.B.: Human Dimensions of Environmental Change: Geographical Perespective, In
Bhartiya Samajik Chintan, Vol. XXII Nos. 1-4, Jan.-Dec., pp.55-60, 1999.
92. Singh, R.B.: Urbanization, Environmental Crisis and Urban Planning in India, The
Geographer, Vol. XLIV, No. 2., July 1997, pp. 5-21.
93. Singh, R.B.: Environmental Regeneration of Wasteland through Agroforestry in Rajasthan
(jointly with G.S.Chauhan), The Geographer, Vol.XLIV, No. 1, Jan. 1997. 79.
94. Singh, R.B.: Hydrological Monitoring for Integrated Watershed Management in India, Indian
Cartographer, Vol. 17, pp. 260-64, 1997.
95. Singh, R.B.: Forest and Forestry in India: Spatial Nature, Uses & Issues of Sustainability,
National Geographical Jl. Of India,Vol. 4, March 1995, pp. 55-67.
96. Singh, R.B. and Kumar, B.: Spatial Variability of Anthropogenic Influences on
Atmospheric Chemistry in Indian Mega-Cities (jointly with Bhuwan Kumar) in
Geographical Review of India, Vol. 55, No.1, 1993, pp. 22-33.
97. Singh, R.B. and Pandey, B.W.: Environmental and Human Response to
Hydrogeomorphology: Micro- Level Experience of Ganga Basin, (Jointly with B. W.
Pandey) in Journal of Scientific Research, Vol. 43, (i&ii) 1993. pp. 153- 167.
98. Singh, R.B.: Remote Sensing and GIS as Decision Support System in the Himalaya, Annals,
NAGI, Vol.XII No. 1 & 2, 1992, pp.103-11. Also pub. In Application of GIS Technology
for Environmental Monitoring and Forecasting in India, in Research Methodology in
Geography, Eds. H.N.Misra and V.P.Singh, New Delhi: Rawat Pub., 1998, pp.255-71.
99. Singh, R.B.: Geographical Monitoring of Himalaya Highland – Lowland Interactive Systems,
NGJI, Vol. 37 pt. 3, 1991, 272- 81 also published in Environment-Yesterday, Today and
Tomorrow, eds. H.P. Bhatt and S. Bhatt, Galgotia Pub., New Delhi, 1992, pp. 238-57.
100. Singh, R.B.: Application of Digital Image Processing and GIS Technology for Land Use
Mapping and Monitoring Land Degradation Hazards in U.P. Himalaya, Indian Cartographer,
Vol. IX-I, 1989, pp. 432-42. Also pub. In Environmental Monitoring, Editor R.B. Singh
Geocarto Int. Centre, Hong Kong, 169-78, 1991.
101. Singh, R.B. and Khan, A.R.: Determinants of Energy Use – A study of Rural Delhi, Indian
Nat. Geographer, Vol. 2 (1& 2), 1987, pp. 69-78.
102. Kayastha, S.L. and Singh, R.B.: Energy Potentialities and Related Rural Programmes in
India : An Assessment of Emerging Trends, Nat. Geog. Jl. Of India, Vol. J31, pt. 2, 1985, pp.
147-50.
103. Ansari, S.H. and Singh, R.B.: Micro-Level Development Planning of Mohamadpur Gram
Panchayat, The Jl. of Scientific Research, B.H.U., Vol. 33(2), 1983, pp.145-56.
104. Singh, R.B.: The role of Rural Industralization Towards Eradication of Rural Poverty :
Case Study of Siwan District, Rural System, Vol. I Part 3, Varanasi, 1983, pp. 225-36. Also
in Manpower Planning in India, ed. A. Kumar, Criteria Pub., New Delhi, 1989, pp.141-58.
105. Singh, R.B.: Demographic Structure and Topology of Population Resource, A Case Study
of Siwan District ( Bihar), Indian Geographical Studies, Res. Bull. 16, 1981, Patna, pp. 33-
40.
106. Kayastha, S.L. and Singh, R.B.: Regional Development through Social Planning : A Micro
– level Study from India, Indian Jl. Of Regional Science, Vol. XIII, No. 1 , 1981, pp. 28-45.
107. Kayastha, S.L. and Singh, R.B.: Emerging Dynamics of Integrated Rural development,
Nat. Geog. Jl. of India, Vol 26, Pt. 3-4, pp. 28-38, 1980.
E. Research Paper Published in Foreign Books and Proceedings:
108. Singh, R.B. and Kumar, Ajay (2015): Vulnerability of Agriculture to Climate Change in arid
Regions: A Case Study of Western Rajasthan, India, In Vulnerability of Land systems in
Asia, Eds.Ademola K.Braimoh and He Qing Huang, Wiley Blackwell, 77-90.
109. Singh,R.B. and Kumar, Dilip (2014). Water Scarcity, handbook of Engineering Hydrology:
Environmental Hydrology and Water Management, Taylor & Francis Group, 519-544.
110. Suraj Mal and Singh, R.B. (2014). Changing glacial lakes and associated outburst floods
risks in nanda Devi Biosphere reserve, Indian Himalaya, IAHS Publ. 364, 255-260.
111. Singh,R.B. and Kumar, Dilip: Land-use planning for Sustainable Development Using
Geoinformatics: Policy Implications for Drylands, In Developments in Soil Classification,
Land use planning and Policy Implications, Eds. S.A.Shahid et al., Springer Science
Dordrecht,pp.563-575, 2013.
112. R.B.Singh, Gahlot S., and Kumar, Ajay: Environmental Implications of Depleting
Traditional Water Bodies in NCT of Delhi, SLUAS Science Report, Asahikawa, pp. 51-58,
2013.
113. R.B.Singh, B.P.Singh and Pram Jit: Drought Monitoring using Standarized Precipitation
Index: Indian Experience, SLUAS Science Report, Asahikawa, pp. 59-70, 2013.
114. Singh, R.B. and Kumar, Dilip: Spatial Information Technology for Land Use Based
Integrated Watershed Management in Son-Karamnasa Interfluve, In Towards Sustainable
Land Use in Asia (III), Ed. Y. Himiyama, SLUAS Science Report, Asahikwa,pp. 67-87,
2012.
115. Singh, R.B. and Mal, Suraj: Land Use Environment and Development in the Uttarakhand
Himalaya, India, in Volume Towards Sustainable Land Use in Asia, Ed. Y. Himiyama,
SLUAS Science Report 2010, Hokkaido University of Education, Asahikwa, pp.47-64, 2010.
116. Singh, R.B.: Land Use/Cover Change, Environment and Climate Change in Delhi
Metropolitan Region: Towards Promoting Sustainable City, In Proceedings of the Int. Symp.
On Sustainable Urban Environment 2007, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Tokyo, pp. 73-79.
2007.
117. Singh, R.B. and Bortamuly, M.: Impact of Floods on Biodiversity in the Brahmputra Valley,
in Proceedings of the International Conference on Monitoring, Prediction and Mitigation of
Water-Related Disasters, Eds Takara, K et al., Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan, pp. 599-606,
2005.
118. Singh, R.B. and Mishra, P.: Forest-Cover Mapping of Uttaranchal State, India, In
Understanding Land-Use and Land-Cover Change in Global and Regional Context Eds
Milanova, E. et al. Science Publisher, Inc Enfield (NH), USA. Pp 249-258, 2005.
119. Singh, R.B. and Singh, Anju: Water and Environment Related Disasters and Vulnerability in
Indian Mega Cities: Case of Delhi Metropolitan Region in Proceedings of the International
Conference on Monitoring, Prediction and Mitigation of Water-Related Disasters, Eds
Takara, K et al., Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan, pp. 691-606, 2005.
120. Singh, R.B. and Mishra, P.: Remote Sensing Based Land Use and Cover Change Monitoring
as an Hydrological Indicator of Sustainability in the Himalayan Ungauged Basin, In
Sustainable Water Resources Management in the Changing Environment of the Monsoon
Region, Vol. 1 Eds. S. Herath et al., UNU and Nat. Water Resources Secretariat, Sri Lanka,
Colombo, pp.425-31, 2004.
121. Singh, R.B. and Kumar, Dilip: Monitoring, Mapping and Mitigation of Flood Disaster in
India Using Remote sensing and GIS: A Case Study, Pub. In Monitoring, Prediction and
Mitigation of Disasters by Satellite Remote Sensing, Eds. K.Takara et al., DPRI, Kyoto
University, pp. 53- 59, 2004.
122. Singh, R.B.: Local Knowledge and community participation in water management for
poverty alleviation: towards integrating water science and ethics in India, Proceedings of the
Asia-Pacific Asso. of Hydrology and Water Resources, Eds. K. Takara and Kojiima, Disaster
Prevention Inst., Univ. of Kyoto, 2003.
123. Singh, R.B.: Tourism Development and Environmental Implications for the Indian Frontier
Region: A Study of Himachal Himalaya, Pub.in Tourism in Frontier Areas, Eds. Shaul
Krakover and Yehuda Gradus, Lexington Books, Lanham, Maryland, pp.177-94, 2002.
124. Singh, R.B.: Environmental Degradation and its impact on Land Use/Land Cover Changes
in Agriculturally Developed Regions of India, Proceedings of the IGU-LUCC International
Conference, Eds. I.Blicik et al., Charles University, Prague, pp. 67-74, 2002.
125. Singh, R.B. and Kumari, Smriti: Environmental Implications of the Tala Hydro Electric
project, Bhutan, Pub.in Wasserwirtschaft IM Wandel, Ed. A. Hoffmann, Kasseler
Wasserbau-Mitteilungen, Number 12, Herkules Verlag Kassel, pp. 165-174, 2001.
126. Singh, R.B.: Hazard-induced Hydrological problems in Himalayan Watershed-A study of an
Indian Hot Spot., Pub. In Hydrological Challenges in Transboundary Water Resources
Management, Unesco-IHP/OHP Secretariat, Koblenz, pp. 75-80, 2001.
127. Singh, R.B. and Parijat, Rakhi: Ecological Impact of Land Use Change in Delhi Ridge:
Anthropogenic Stress and Spatial Realities, Pub. In Urban Sustainability in the Context of
Global Change, Ed. R.B.Singh, Science Pub., Inc., Enfield (NH), USA, pp.189-201, 2001.
128. Singh, R.B. and Kumar, B.: Sources of Air Pollution Emissions in Selected Metropolitan
Cities of India, Pub. In Urban Sustainability in the Context of Global Change, Ed.
R.B.Singh, Science Pub., Inc., Enfield (NH), USA, pp.29-48, 2001.
129. Singh, R.B. and Mathur, A.: Large -scale Dams as Drivers of Land Use/cover Change in the
Tropical Deciduous Forests-A Case -Study of Sardar Sarovar Project (SSP), India., Pub. In
Land Use and Cover Change, Eds. R.B.Singh, J.Fox and Y. Himiyama, Science Pub., Inc.,
Enfield (NH), USA, pp.139-153, 2001.
130. Singh, R.B. and Jag Mohan: Diversification of Rural Agricultural Land Due to Urban
Intrusion-A Case -Study of the Metropolitan Periphery of Delhi, India, Pub. In Land Use and
Cover Change, Eds. R.B.Singh, J.Fox and Y. Himiyama, Science Pub., Inc., Enfield (NH),
USA, pp.155-168, 2001.
131. Singh, R.B.: Urbanization in India’s metropolis Delhi: Problem and Perspectives, In
Resolving Urban Environmental and Spatial Conflicts, eds. Donald Miller & Gert De Roo,
Geo Press / Geo Pers Pubs. Groningen, pp. 27-37, 2000.
132. Druijven, P.C.J. and Singh, R.B.: The Depletion of Common Lands in the Rural-Urban
Fringe of Delhi: A Case Study of Unsustainable Development, Pub. Dimensions of
Sustainable Rural Systems, Ed. I.R. Bowler et. al., Groningen: Netherlands Geographical
Studies, pp. 105-14., 1998.
133. Singh, R.B.: Impact of Agriculture and Land Use/Cover Change on Soil and Water
Resources and Ecosystem Sustainability: A Case Study of Punjab, Sustaining Rural
Systems in the context of Global Change, Ed. R. Epps, Armidale: Univ. of New England,
1998, pp.335-42.
134. Singh, R.B. and Pandey, B.W.: Impact of Tourism on Ecohydrology in the Headwater
Region of the Beas, Himachal Pradesh, Ecohydrology of High Mountain Areas, Eds.
S.R.Chalise et al., Kathmandu: ICIMOD, 1998, pp. 519-525.
135. Singh, R.B.: Environmental Change study using Land use/Cover Data in LIS Framework in
India, Information Bases for Land Use/Cover Change Research, Proceedings IGU SG
LUCC, Eds. Y. Himiyama and L. Crissman, 1997, Asahikawa : Hokaido Univ. of
Education. pp. 98-104.
136. Singh, R.B.: Environmental, Economic and Social Sustainability through Human
Development Initiatives: Case study of an Indian Marginal Region-Upper Kullu Valley,
Proceedings of IGU SG Meeting Dev. Issues in Marginal Regions, Ed. G.Jones et al., 1997,
Glasgow: Univ. of Strathclyde.
137. Singh, R.B.: Challenges and Crisis of Sustainability and Opportunities for Resource
Management in Indian Himalaya, Proceedings of NASDA/UNCRD/ICIMOD seminar on
Space Informatics for Sustainable Development, Nagoya, UNCRD, Proceeding series
No.21, 1997 pp. 51-60.
138. Singh, R.B.: Monitoring Tropical Geosystem, Underground Topography and Potential
Water Resources for Sustainable Development Using Geoinformatics-Indian Case Study,
in Proceedings of the 12th Int. Congress of Speleology, Ed. Pierre-Yves Jeannin, La
Chaux-de-Fonds, pp. 369-372. 1997.
139. Berkes, F. et al.: Sustainability of a Mountain Watershed in the Himachal Pradesh
Himalaya: Background and Overview, (Jointly with several including R.B.Singh),
Sustainability of Mountain Environment in India and Canada, Eds. F.Berkes and J.S
.Gardner, Univ.of Manitoba, Winnipeg, 1997, pp. 19-48.
140. Gardner, James, Pandey, B.W. and Singh, R.B.: Risk from Natural Hazards in the Manali
Area, in Sustainability of Mountain Environments in India and Canada, eds. F.Berkes and
J.S.Gardner, Winnipeg, Univ. of Manitoba, pp. 237-254, 1997.
141. Singh, R.B.: Environmental Monitoring and Natural Resource Management in Indian Arid
Region using Space Informatics, Proceedings of the International Symp. on the Role of
Remote Sensing for the Environmental Issues in Arid and Semi-Arid Regions, Eds. S.
Shindo and A. Kondoh, CEReS, Chiba Univ.,pp.9-21, 1997.
142. Pandey, B.W. and Singh, R.B. and.: Snow Melting Variation and Regional Environmental
Change – A Micro-Level Study of Himalayan Rivers, Proceedings of CGB Symp. on
Global Change and the Commonwealth,ed. Yue-man Yeung, Hong Kong: the Chinese Univ.
of Hong Kong, pp.433-45, 1996.
143. Singh, R.B.: Remote Sensing and GIS Based Land Use Information System for Natural
Resource Monitoring and Management: The Indian Experience in Proceedings of Int.
Workshop held at Ullan Bataar, Nagoya, UNCRD, pp.99-106, 1996.
144. Singh, R.B. and Pandey, B.W.: Landslide Hazard in Indian Himalaya and Canadian
Rockies: A ComparativeAnalysis, Proceedings of the Eighth Int.Conf.on Lanslides.Eds.
J.Chacon et al. Rotterdam: A.A Balkema, pp.63-69,1996.
145. Singh, R.B.: Recent Earthquake in Maharashtra, India : Uncertainty, Existing Reality, and
Task Ahead in Disaster Management in Metropolitan Areas for the 21st Century,
Proceedings of the IDNDR Aichi/Nagoya Int.conf., UNCRD, Nagoya also in Research in
Geography, Disasters and Enviroment : Monitoring and Forecasting, eds. R.B. Singh, New
Delhi, APH Pub., Vol. II, pp. 83-89, 1996.
146. Singh, R.B.: Land Use, Development and Environmental Criticality in Marginal Regions: A
Case Study of Himachal Pradesh, in Marginality and Development Issues in Marginal
Regions, Ed. Chang-Yi David Chang, Taipei, Nat. Taiwan Univ., 1994. pp. 19-40; Also
publisherd in Contemporary Approaches to Indian Geography, Ed. Rais Akhtar, pp. 109-
140, 1997.
147. Singh, R.B.: Desert Region in India: Resource Management Issues and Research Strategy,
“Towards Solving the Global Desertification Problems, eds. T. Miyazaki and A. Tsunekawa,
Tsukuba: NIES pp. 1-18, 1994. Also pub. Environmental Strategies, Ed. R. M. Lodha, 1993.
148. Singh, R.B.: Monitoring Soil Loss and Sediment Deposition in Indian Perspective, Erosion
and Sediment Transport Monitoring Programmes in River Basins, Ed. Jim Bogen, NWREA,
Oslo, 1992. pp. 138-42.
149. Singh, R.B.: Remote Sensing Data Base and GIS Projects for Monitoring National
Environmental Change in India in Environmental Change and GIS, Editor I. Ota, Proc. of
INSEG -1991,Vol. 2. 344-51.
150. Singh, R.B.: Role of Geographical Monitoring and Forecasting in Ecosystem Modelling and
Management: The Indian Experience Editor – Y. Aruga, Proceedings of the UNESCO/ MAB
Seminar on Future Research Trends in MAB, Tokyo: MAB, 1991, pp. 209-252. Also pub.
in Global Environmental Change, ed.R.B. Singh, op.cit., pp. 1-21, 1995.
151. Singh, R.B. and Khan, A.R.: Domestic Energy Use in Delhi Metropolitan Fringe: A Study of
Rural and Urban Villages, Proc. of 10th Int. Symp. on Asian Studies, Hong Kong; ARS,
1989, pp. 1003-9.
152. Singh, R.B.: The state of environmental and Resource Management in Drylands of North
India, in Resource Management in Drylands, eds. W. Mecalien et al. Stuttgarter (Germany) :
Stuttgarter Geographische Studien, 1985, pp. 127-40 also published in Indian Desert :
Resources and perpectives Development ed. T.S. Chauhan, Jaipur, Printwell:pp. 254-62,
1995.
153. Singh, R.B. and Singh, M.P.: Spatial Organisation of Service Centres: case of Jaunpur
District Proc, of IGU Symp. on Rural Development, Liege ( Belgium), ed. Ch. Christians,
1983, pp. 321-35.
154. Singh, R.B.: Ecological Approach of Irrigation System : Potentiality Constrains and
Management in Traditional Soceity, Problems of the Management of irrigated Land in Areas
of Traditional and Modern Cultivation, ed. H.G. Mensching, Proc. of IGU Working Group
Stmp., Cairo-ElMinia ( Egypt), Humberg ( Germany), 1983, pp 123-32.
155. Singh, R.B.: Transformation of Agriculture for Rural Development : the Indian Micro Level
Experience, Changing Scene of Rural Developing Countries eds. Yuihama et al, 24th IGU
Tokyo pub., Okyohama : Geography Department, 1980, pp.145-53.
156. Singh, R.B.: Rural Spatial Taxonomy for Integrate Rural Development : the Indian
Experience, Changing Scene of Rural Habitat in Developing Countries, eds. S. Yuihama et
al., 24th IGC Tokyo Pub., Okyohama : Geography Department, 1980, pp. 129-44.
F. Research Papers Published in Indian Books and Proceedings:
157. Singh, R.B. and Kumar, Rajesh: Climate Change Research: Status and Methodology, In
Management of Natural Resources for Sustainable Development, Eds. B.S.Rathor and
V.S.Rathor, Daya Pub. House, New Delhi, pp.219-45, 2013.
158. Misra, R.P.,Thakur, B. and Singh, R.B.: Thimphu: The City of Peace and Organic
Development, In Urbanisation in South Asia-Focus on Mega Cities, Ed. R.P.Misra,
Cambridge Univ. Press, New Delhi, pp.398-420, 2013.
159. Goswami, Nitu, Singh, R.B. and Kala, C.P.: Herbal Home Remedies and Role of Traditional
Healers as Health Care Providers, Pub. in Sustainable Use of Medicinal Plants, Ed. R.N.Pati,
Abhijeet Pub., New Delhi, pp. 197-210, 2012.
160. Singh, R.B. and Gurjar, A.K.: Economic Reforms and Employment Generation and
Inclusive Growth in India, Pub. in New Economic Policies and Employment Opportunities in
India, Eds. B.S.Yadav et al., Shree Pub., New Delhi, pp.1-12, 2012.
161. Singh, R.B.: Designing and Shaping Global to Local Environmental Education: The Indian
Experience, Pub. In Glocal Environmental Education, Eds. Y.Himiyama et al., Rawat
Publications, Jaipur, pp.62-80, 2010.
162. Singh, R.B.: Forest Resources, Biogeography and Biodiversity: Indian Experience, Pub. In
Biogeography and Biodiversity, Ed. R.B.Singh, Rawat Publications, Jaipur, pp.1-21, 340,
2009.
163. Singh, Mehtab, Kumar, Suresh, Singh, R.B. and Kala, P.M.: Remote Sensing and GIS Based
Modelling Approach for Land Capability Classification (Case Study of East Dehradun
Valley), Pub.In Land Use, Biodiversity and Climate Change, Eds. R.B.Singh et al., MMC
College, Marthandam, pp.13-26, 2009.
164. Singh, R.B. and Mal, Suraj: Landslides Hazard and its Influences on Biodiversity in Nanda
Devi Biosphere Reserve, Pub. In Biogeography and Biodiversity, Ed. R.B.Singh, Rawat
Publications, Jaipur, pp.1-21, 340, 2009.
165. Singh, R.B. and Singh, Mehtab: Geographical Analysis of Water logging Induced Land
Degradation in Karnal District of Haryana, In. Perspectives in Resource Management in
Developing Countries, Vol. 3, Ed. B.Thakur, Concept Pub., New Delhi, pp. 196-211, 2008.
166. Singh, R.B.: Local Governance in Disaster Management through Vulnerability Analysis and
Mitigation, Pub. In Disaster Management in India-Perspective, Issues and Strategies, Eds. N.
Rai and A.K.Singh, New Royal Book, Lucknow, pp. 93-107, 2007.
167. Singh, R.B. and Singh, Swarnima: Challenges of Flood Disaster Management: A Case Study
of NOIDA, In Disaster Management: Future Challenges and Opportunities, Ed. Jagbir Singh,
I.K.Int. Pub.House, New Delhi pp.15-30, 2007.
168. Singh, R.B. and Singh, Swarnima: Temporal Transport Hazard Dynamics: A Case Study of
Delhi, In Disaster Management: Future Challenges and Opportunities, Ed. Jagbir Singh,
I.K.Int. Pub.House, pp.95-112, 2007.
169. Singh, R.B. and Prakash, Nawal: Integrated Watershed Management for Livelihood
Security:A Case Study of Uppalgaon Watershed, Uttaranchal Himalaya, Pub. In Use and
Misuse of Land and Water Resources, Ed. A.L.Singh, B.R.Pub., Delhi, pp.113-127, 2006.
170. Singh, R.B.: Introduction to Natural Hazards and Disasters: Conceptual Framework,
Vulnerability, Spatial Pattern, Impacts and Mitigation Strategy: Indian Experience, In Natural
Hazards and Disaster Management, Ed. R.B.Singh, Rawat Pub., Jaipur, pp 3-39, 2006.
171. Singh, R.B.: Tsunami Disaster in India: Warning, Responses, Impacts and Mitigation, In
Natural Hazards and Disaster Management, Ed. R.B.Singh, Rawat Pub., Jaipur, pp. 104-119,
2006.
172. Gardner, J.S. and Singh, R.B.: Urban Development and Environmental Impacts in a
Mountain Context, In Sustainable Urban Development, Concept Publishing Company, New
Delhi, pp. 67-86, 2006.
173. Singh, R.B. and Mishra, D.K.: Slums, Environment and Development in Metropolitan
Cities of India, In Sustainable Urban Development, Concept Publishing Company, New
Delhi, pp. 261-71, 2006.
174. Singh, R.B. and Jag Mohan: Brick Kiln Industry as Drivers of Land Use Change and
Related Land Degradation in Rural-Urban Fringe of Delhi, In Sustainable Urban
Development, Concept Publishing Company, New Delhi, pp. 279-88, 2006.
175. Singh, R.B. and Kumar, Dilip: Geoinformatics for Sustainable Development-A case Study
of Ferozpur Jhirka Block of Gurgaon District in Haryana, In Geoinformatics Applications for
Sustainable Development, Eds. A.K.Singh et al., ISRS (Delhi Chapter) and IARI, New Delhi,
pp.126-33, 2004.
176. Singh, R.B. and Mishra, D.K.: Agricultural Transformation and Rural Sustainability in a
Himalayan Watershed: Case Study of Kullu Valley (Jointly with D.K.Mishra), In Resource
Conservation and Food Security, Ed. T. Singh, Concept.Pub., New Delhi, pp. 345-55, 2004.
177. Singh, R.B. and Sen Roy, S.: Impact of Climate Change on Mountain Ecosystems, In
Assessment of Climate Change in India, Eds. S.K.Das and Prakash Rao, WWF, New Delhi,
221-30, 2004.
178. Singh, R.B.: Remote Sensing and GIS for Resource Management in India, Perspectives in
Resource Management in Developing Countries, Vol. 1-Resource Management: Theory and
Techniques, Ed. B.Thakur, Concept Pub. Company, New Delhi, pp. 485-99, 2003.
179. Singh, R.B. and Kumar, Bhuwan: Urban Environmental Data Base, Planning and Policies,
In Management of environmental Pollution, Eds. Anju Kohli et al., Book Enclave, Jaipur, pp.
252-69, 2003.
180. Singh, R.B.: Himalayan Environment, Land Use Cover Changes and Highland Lowland
Interactive System with Indus-Ganga -Brahmputra Plains, Pub. In Land Use-Historical
Perspectives-Focus on Indo-Gangetic Plains, Eds. Y.P.Abrol et al., Allied Pub., New Delhi,
pp.475-98, 2002.
181. Singh, R.B.: Environmental Impact and Response Analysis of Urban and Tourism
Infrastructure Development in the Himachal Himalaya, In. Recent Advances in
Geomorphology, Quaternary Geology and Environmental Geosciences: Indian Case Studies,
Eds. S.K.Tandon and B.Thakur, Manisha Pub., New Delhi, pp. 385-94., 2002.
182. Singh, R.B.: Land Use Planning in Resettlement and Rehabilitation Areas in Highlands, In
Human Dimensions of Sustainable Development, Ed. R.B.Singh, Rawat Pub., Jaipur, pp.254-
66, 2002.
183. Singh, R.B. and Pandey, B.W.: Landslide Hazard in Himachal Himalaya, in
Geoenvironmental Hazards, Eds. V. Subramanian and Jayakumar,UNESCO-ENVIS, New
Delhi, pp.71-84, 2000.
184. Singh, R.B. and Ghai, Sarita: Human Induced Hazards and Development in a part of Upper
Yamuna Watershed, Garhwal Himalaya in Contributions to Environmental Geoscience, Eds.
A.M.Pathan and S.S. Thigale, Aravali Books Int., New Delhi, pp. 151-160. 2000.
185. Singh, R.B.: Environmental Impact Assessment and Management in Highlands and
Headwater Regions, In Environmental Impacts Assessment of Water Resources Projects, Ed.
R.S.Goel, Oxford & IBH. Pub., New Delhi, pp. 343-356, 2000.
186. Singh, R.B. and Mishra, D.K.: River Pollution as Environmental Disaster in Yamuna at
Delhi: Perspectives for 21st Century, In Disaster Management, ed. R.B. Singh, Rawat Pub.,
Jaipur, pp. 319-330, 2000
187. Srivastava, A.K.. and Singh, R.B.: Governmental Response to Flood Disaster Preparedness,
Relief and Mitigation in Haryana, In Disaster Management, ed. R.B. Singh, Rawat Pub.,
Jaipur, pp. 308-318, 2000
188. Singh, R.B. and Tingal, D.: Man-made and Natural Geo-Hazards in Kullu Valley, In
Disaster Management, ed. R.B. Singh, Rawat Pub., Jaipur, pp. 259-286, 2000
189. Singh, R.B.: Remote Sensing and GIS for Disaster Management, In Disaster Management,
ed. R.B. Singh, Rawat Pub., Jaipur, pp. 11-24, 2000.
190. Singh, R.B. and Babar Ali, M.: Dynamics of Village Common Land and its Sustainable
Management in the Himalayan Upper Beas Basin, In The Himalayan Environment, Eds. S.K.
Dash and J. Bahadur, New Age International (P) LTD-Pub., New Delhi, pp. 246-57, 1999.
191. Singh, R.B.: Geographic Information System for Environmental Monitoring and
Management, In Proceedings of National Seminar on Environmental Management in Hydro
Electric Projects, New Delhi, 1999, Ministry of Environment & Forests, Govt. of India,
Organised by Institute for Resource Management and Economic Development, pp. 119-128.,
1999. Also Pub. In Geographic Information System as a Tool of Environmental Decision
Making, Ed. B. Misra, Proceedings of SCADA Conference . New Delhi: Mittal
Pub.,1998.
192. Mishra, B., Singh, R.B. and Malik, Anupama: Delhi Metropolis: Housing and Quality of
Life, Pub. in Million Cities of India, Volume 1, Ed. R.P. Misra and K. Misra, New Delhi:
Sustainable Development Foundation, pp. 196-228, 1998.
193. Grewal, Varinder S., and Singh, R.B.: Status of Environmental Quality and
Decision-making in India: Past, Present and Future Trends, Pub. in Techniques and
Approaches to Vulnerable Environment, Ed. R.B. Singh, New Delhi: Oxford and IBH Pub.,
pp. 350-68, 1998.
194. Verma, Romila P. and Singh, R.B.: Dam and Water Resource Development: Myth or
Reality – Case of Hirakud Dam, Pub. in Ecological Techniques and Approaches to
Vulnerable Environment, Ed. R.B. Singh, New Delhi: Oxford and IBH Pub., pp. 223-42,
1998.
195. Singh, R.B.: Earth Science Data and Information Technology Network Development in
India, in Space Informatics for Sustainable Development, Eds. R.B.Singh and S.Murai,
New Delhi: Oxford & IBH Pub., pp. 47-62. 1998.
196. Singh, R.B.: Understanding High Mountain Land Use Towards Sustainable Environmental
in Jammu and Kashmir, in Headwaters-Water Resources and Soil Conservation, Eds.
M.J.Haigh et al., New Delhi: Oxford & IBH Pub. 1998, pp. 409-422.
197. Haigh, Martin J., Krecek, J. and Singh, R.B.: Headwater Control: Matters Arising, in
Headwaters- Water Resources and Soil conservation, Eds. M.J.Haigh et al., New Delhi:
Oxford & IBH Pub., 1998, pp. 3-24.
198. Singh, R.B. and Ghai, Sarita: Genensis and Impacts of A Landslide-The Case Study of
Kharadi-Khanera Slope Section, U.P. Himalayas, in Sustainable Development of Mountain
Environment in India and Canada, Ed. R.B.Singh, New Delhi: Oxford & IBH Pub., 1998,
pp. 298-308.
199. Singh, R.B. and Pandey, B.W.: Forest and Foretry: Degradation and Renewal in Arrow
Lake Forest District, British Columbia, Canada, in Sustainable Development of Mountain
Environment in India and Canada, Ed. R.B.Singh, New Delhi: Oxford & IBH Pub., 1998,
pp. 242-256.
200. Pandey, B.W. and Singh, R.B.: Environmental Hazards and Mitigation Measures in Upper
Arrow Lake Region,British Columbia, Canada , in Sustainable Development of Mountain
Environment in India and Canada, Ed. R.B.Singh, New Delhi: Oxford & IBH Pub., 1998,
pp. 217-241.
201. Singh, R.B., Pandey, B.W. and Singh, Tripta: Population, Urbanization and Tourism in
Kullu District, in Sustainable Development of Mountain Environment in India and Canada,
Ed. R.B.Singh, New Delhi: Oxford & IBH Pub., 1998, pp. 153-171.
202. Singh, R.B.and Babar Ali, M.: Village Common Land In Upper Beas Basin, in Sustainable
Development of Mountain Environment in India and Canada, Ed. R.B.Singh, New Delhi:
Oxford & IBH Pub., 1998, pp.126-141.
203. Singh, R.B. and Gurudatt, G.N.S.: Environmental Stress of Forest Degradation on
Erosional Intensity: A Micro-level Study of Solan District, in Sustainable Development of
Mountain Environment in India and Canada, Ed. R.B.Singh, New Delhi: Oxford & IBH
Pub., 1998, pp. 113-125.
204. Singh, R.B., Bas, Kirti and Datta, P.: Environmental Stress of Horticulture on Sustainable
Livelihood and Food Security in Kullu Valley, in Sustainable Development of Mountain
Environment in India and Canada, Ed. R.B.Singh, New Delhi: Oxford & IBH Pub., 1998,
pp. 98-112.
205. Singh, R.B. and Mishra, D.K: Environmental Implications of Land use Change and Forest
Degradation In Upper Beas Basin, in Sustainable Development of Mountain Environment
in India and Canada, Ed. R.B.Singh, New Delhi: Oxford & IBH Pub., 1998, pp. 76-85.
206. Singh, R.B. and Ghai, Sarita: Environmental Disasters in Marginal Areas: A Study of Road
Construction Induced Impacts in a Himalayan Yamuna Catchment, in Development Issues in
Marginal Regions, eds R.B.Singh and R. Majoral, Oxford & IBH Pub.,New Delhi, pp.
311-20, 1996.
207. Druijven, P.C.J. and Singh, R.B.: Environmental Degradation and its Impact on Livelihood
Strategies in the Urban Fringe of Delhi-Some Theoretical Reflections, in Disasters,
Environment, and Development, ed. R.B.Singh, Oxford & IBH pub, New Delhi, pp. 355-68,
1996.
208. Singh, R.B.: Disasters Monitoring and Mitigation, ed. R. B. Singh, in Disasters,
Environment and Development, Oxford & IBH Pub., New Delhi, pp.31-62, 1996.
209. Singh, R.B. and Pandey, B.W: Hazard Zone Mapping and Risk Assessment Analysis in the
Upper Beas Basin: CIDA-SICI Experience, in Disasters, Environment and Development, ed.
R.B. Singh, New Delhi, Oxford & IBH Pub., pp. 121-35, 1996.
210. Singh, R.B. and Pandey, B.W.: Perspectives for Managing Rural Water Resources: A Study
of Ganga-Gomati Doab, jointly with B.W. Pandey in Research in Geography, Land Use
Changes and Sustainable Development, eds. R.B. Singh, New Delhi, APH Pub., Vol. I, pp.
307-18, 1996.
211. Singh, R.B.: Sustainable Development Initiatives in Indian Geosystems : Case of Social
Forestry in in Research in Geography, Land Use Changes and Sustainable Development, eds.
R.B. Singh, New Delhi, APH Pub., Vol. I, pp. 127-38, 1996.
212. Singh, Rana.P.B., Kayastha, S.L. and Singh, R.B.: Pattern and Prospects of Service Centres
in Spatial Context, Case of the Siwan District , Transformation of Rural Habitat, NGSI Res.
Pub. 1978, pp.108-116.
213. Rowbotham, D. and Singh, R.B.: The Importance of Natural Hazards Research to the
Himalaya Region: Himachal Pradesh, a Case inPoint, in Global Environmental Change
Perspectives of Remote Sensing and Geographic Information System Ed. R.B. Singh,
Oxford & IBH Pub., New Delhi, 1995 pp. 185-99.
214. Singh, R.B.: The State of Environment and Resource Management in Drylands of North
India, in Resource Mangement in Drylands, published in Indian Desert: Resources and
Perspective Development ed. T.S. Chauhan, Jaipur, Printwell: pp. 254-62, 1995.
215. Singh, R.B. and Tingal, D.: Identification of Critical Environmental Zones in Kullu
District, in Sustainable Reconstruction of Highland and Headwater Regions, eds. R.B. Singh
and M.J. Haigh, New Delhi, Oxford & IBH Pub., pp. 627-38, 1995.
216. Singh, R.B. and Chauhan, G.S.: Landuse Change and Land Information System in Kullu
Valley, in Sustainable Reconstruction of Highland and Headwater Regions, eds. R.B. Singh
and M.J. Haigh, New Delhi, Oxford & IBH Pub., pp. 639-47, 1995.
217. Singh, R.B. and Pandey, B.W.: Common Resources and Sustainable Livelihood of
Mountain Environment: A Micro-Level Experience of Upper Kullu Valley, in Sustainable
Reconstruction of Highland and Headwater Regions, eds. R.B. Singh and M.J. Haigh, New
Delhi, Oxford & IBH Pub., pp. 663-81, 1995.
218. Singh, R.B.: Land Use Change, Diversification of Agriculture and Agroforestry in
North-west India, Proc. of Indo- British Seminar, ed. A. Mukerji, 1994, New Delhi:
Concept Pub. Also Pub. in Global Environmental Change, op.cit.,1995,pp.313-21. Also
published in Land Use Planning in India, Ed. T. Haque, New Delhi, NCAEPR, 1999, pp.
122-130.
219. Singh, R.B. and Chauhan, G.S.: Land Use Pattern, Land Degradation Hazard and
Sustainability in the Indian Desert Region: in Afroforestry Systems for Degraded Lands,
Eds. P. Singh et al. New Delhi: Oxford & IBH Pub., pp. 13-19, 1994.
220. Singh, R.B. and Pandey, B.W.: Sikkim Himalaya: Geo Ecological System, Socio-Economic
Change and People’s Perception, in Sikkim -Society, Polity Economy and Environment, Ed.
M.P. Lama, pp. 241-254, 1994.
221. Singh, R.B. and Pirazizy, A.A.: Anthropogenic Impact on Landscape Synthesis in Kashmir
Himalayas: A Study of Land Suitability and Capability Classification, in Frontiers in
Environmental Geography, Eds. Onkar Singh et.al., Concept Pub., New Delhi, pp. 93-104,
1993.
222. Singh, R.B.: Micro-level Monitoring of Land Use and Agriculture in Himalayas, Landuse
and Agricultural Planning, Ed. N. Mohammed, Concept, New Delhi, 1992, 227-41.
223. Pirazizy, A.A. and Singh, R.B.: Forest Energetic and Environmental Anomaly in
Temperate Himalaya, in Dynamics of Mountain Geosystems, Editor R.B. Singh, 1992,
op.cit. 87-100.
224. Singh, R.B.: Environmental Geography in India: Challenges and Opportunities, in The
Roots of Indian Geography: Search and Research, NGJI Vol. 38 (1-2), 1992. Also pub. In
Emerging Frontiers in Environmental Geography: An Introductory Overview, in
Environmental Geography, ed. R B.Singh, New Delhi, Heritage Pub., pp. 1-23, 1990.
225. Singh, R.B.: Human Resource Base for Rural Development in a Mountainous Region,
Human Resource Development Vol. 1, Ed. A. Kumar, Anmol Pub., New Delhi, 1991, pp.
207-22.
226. Singh, R.B.: Drought – Prone Areas in India: Regional Planning Issues and Resources
Management Strategy in Planning Development and Disparities in Rural India, Editor: Ashok
Kumar, New Delhi: Commonwealth Pub. 1990.
227. Singh, R.B.: Integrated Rural Development: Concepts and Experience in Regional
Development, Cont. to Indian Geog. Vol.X, Ed. Moonis Raza, New Delhi: Heritage Pub.
1988, pp. 544-68.
228. Singh, R.B.: Spatial Perspective of Population and Resource Management in Arid
Environment : A Case Study of Western Rajasthan, India, Resource Management in Dry
Lands, eds. H.G. Mensching et al. 1984, pp. 206-14.
229. Kayastha, S.L. and Singh, R.B.: Settlement Planning and Integrated Rural Development in
Micro-level Unit : A Case Study of Daraundha Block, Proc. Or Nat. Seminar on Regional
Planning and Rural Development, ed.L.R. Singh, Allahabad, 1984, pp.147-50.
230. Kayastha, S.L. and Singh, R.B.: Energy Resources and Technology Transfer in the
Management of Rural Environment, Environmental Management eds. L.R. Singh et al.,
Allahabad, 1983, pp.-89.
General Popular Article
RESEARCH SUPERVISION
A. Ph.D. Thesis Supervised
1.Anthropogenic Impact on Environmental Changes in Temperate Zone of the Himachal
Himalayas by Ali Akbar Pirazizy (1992).
2.Integrated Block Level Planning in Agriculturally Developed Region, (A Study of
Kapurthala Block) by Lakhvinder Singh (1993).
3.Monitoring and Forecasting Hydrological Parameters in the Mahanadi River Basin by
Romila Prasad (1996).
4.Man-Forest Interactions in the Himalayan Yamuna Basin – A Geoecological Perspective by
Sarita Ghai (1998).
5.Atmospheric Quality in Metropolitan Cities of India by Bhuwan Kumar (1998).
6.Environmental Implications of Farmland Diversification in Rural-Urban Fringe of Delhi by
Tejbir Singh Rana (2000)
7.Hazard Risk Assessment and Sustainable Land Development in Upper Beas Basin by B.
W. Pandey (2000).
8.Squatter Settlements of Delhi Metropolis- A Human Ecological Study by Ravi Shekhar
(2002).
9.Environmental Degradation and Development in the Metropolitan Fringe of Delhi by
Naval Prasad Singh.(2003).
10. Changing Land use and Land Degradation Problems in theIndian Desert Region by
Gambhir Singh Chauhan (2003).
11. Impact of Land Use Change on Biophysical and Socio-Economic Systems of Upper Beas
Basin by D.K Mishra (2003).
12. Geographic Dimensions of Common Land Resources in the Santhal Parganas Region by
Mohammed Baber Ali (2004).
13. Population, Land Use and Environmental Sustainability in Haryana, by Suman Chauhan,
Joint Supervisor at M.D.University, Rohtak (2005).
14. The Changing Pattern of Domestic Energy Consumption and its Impact on Quality of
Life: A case Study of National Capital Region (NCR) by V.K.Dixit.(Joint Supervision)
(2006).
15. Traffic and Environmental Assessment A Case Study of Delhi by Ms.. Rakhi Mukherjee
(2007).
16. Cyclone Disaster Vulnerability and Mitigation along the East Coast of India by Ms.
Ushvinder Kaur (2008).
17. Management of Municipal Solid Waste in Urban Delhi: A Geographical Analysis by
Subhash Anand (2008).
18. Impact of Land Use Change and Industrial Development on Atmospheric Quality in Agra
Metropolitan City by Vishwa Raj Sharma (2008).
19. Influence of Environmental Degradation on Women in Rural Delhi by Monica Rana
(2008)
20. Land and water Resource Management in Son-Karamnasa Interfluve in Bihar by Dilip
Kumar.(2009).
21. Spatial Analysis of Water Quality in River Yamuna and its Interrelationship with Human
Activities in NCT of Delhi by Vaneeta Chandana (2009).
22. Environmental Implications of Agricultural Development in Patiala District, Punjab by
Neha Arora (2011).
23. Forest Resource Assessment: A Case Study of Dehradun Valley by Ms. Poonam Kumaria
(2011)
24. Hazards and Associated Risks in Upper Bhagirathi Basin by Subodh Kumar (2011) .
25. Monitoring Land Use Change and its Environmental Impacts in Jaipur City using
Geoinformatics by R.K.Gupta (2011)
26. Assessment of Integrated Watershed Development Programme in Haryana Shiwalik, by
Mehtab Singh (2012).
27. Influence of Climate Change on Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve by Suraj Mal (2013).
28. Glacier Lake Outburst Flood and Associated Geohazards in Himachal Himalaya by
Pankaj Kumar (2013).
29. Agriculture Vulnerability to Climate Change in Rajasthan 1950-2010 by Ajay Kumar
Gurjar (2015).
30. Resource Base And Livelihood Strategies in Selected Panchayats of Himachal Pradesh
by Anjali Yadav (2015).
31. Climate Change and Livelihood Security in Kangra District by Swarnima Singh.(2016)
32. Urban Health And Wellbeing In Changing Urban Environment : A Comparative Study of
Delhi And Mumbai By Aakriti Grover (2017).
33. Livelihood Security in Changing Socio-Economic Environment in Kangra District of
Himachal Pradesh By Nitu (Submitted 2017).
Ongoing Ph. D. Thesis
34. Relationship Between Monsoon Rainfall,Aerosols and its Environmental Implications in
the National Capital Region by Mansi Janmaijaya.
35. Landslide risk Assessment Along the Major Transport corridor: A Case study of KulluRohtang Pass, by Nirbhav.
36. Impact of Climate Change on Nutrition and Health in Mountain Region-Case Study of
Kumaun Himalaya by Arti.
37. Environment, Exposure and Diseases: An Epidemological Assessment of Urban Health
in Kolkata by Senaul Haque.
38. Drought Vulnerability, Impact and risk reduction: A Case Study of Marathwada Region
by Sagar Khetwani
39. Modelling Urban Growth Dynamics and Sustainability in Dehradun City by Aruna
Paarcha.
40. Sustainable Urban Innovation in Varanasi by Sant Prasad.
C. M.Phil Thesis Supervised
1. Environmental Effects of Highland Tourism in Kashmir Himalayas by Ali Akbar
Pirazizy (1987).
2. Forestry and Rural Development in the Upper Yamuna Valley – A Study of Jaunsar
Bawar by Sarita Ghai (1988).
3. Rural Development in Mountainous Region: A Case Study of Mandi Tehsil by A.R.
Khan (1989).
4. Non-farming Activities and Rural Transformation: A Case Study of Alipur Block
(Delhi) by Tejvir Singh (1989).
5. Assessment of Existing Environmental Data Base and Research Stations for
Geographical Monitoring and Forecasting in India by Romila Prasad (1990).
6. Environmental Transformation of Ganganagar – Impact of Indira Canal by Seema Gupta
(1989).
7. Flood Hazard in North Bihar by Arun K. Singh (1992).
8. Environmental Aspects of Rural Water Supply in Cholapur Block, Varanasi District By
B.W. Pandey (1992).
9. Ecological and Socio-Economic Impacts of River Basin Development: A Case of Sardar
Sarovar Project by Umesh Kumar (1993).
10. Waterlogged Areas in Karnal District: A Geographical Analysis by Mehtab Singh
(1994).
11. Assessment of Erosional Hazards and Critical Zones in Chamoli District by Meeta
Sharma (1994).
12. Spatial Pattern of Non-Conventional Energy Use in U.T. of Delhi by Ritu Malik (1994).
13. Ecological Implications of Land Use Changes and Forest Renewal in Solan District by
G.N.S. Gurudatt (1994).
14. Transformation of Socio-Economic Environment in a Metropolitan Fringe Area – A
Case Study of Kanjhawala Block by Sanjiv (1995).
15. Lanscape Fragility and Environmental Change in Kullu Valley by D. Tingal (1995).
16. Industrial Growth and Environment Degradation in Gurgaon District by Spandan Naneet
(1996).
17. Environmental Implications of Rural-Urban Fringe ofDelhi – A Case Study of Najafgarh
Block by Shilpa Chikara (1996).
18. Degrading Delhi Ridge Forest: Changing Scenario and Conservation Efforts by Rakhi
Mukherjee (1996).
19. Village Common Land and its Management in the Upper Beas Basin by Mohammed
Baber Ali (1997).
20. Ecological Dimensions of Desertification in Jhunjhunun District by Anoop Kumar
(1997).
21. Indigenous Knowledge in the Protection of the Mountain Ecosystem- A Case Study of
Kullu Valley by Ambika Chugh (1997)
22. Women Empowerment and Sustainable Development of Mountain Environment in Kullu
Valley by Monica Rana (1997).
23. Land Degradation with Special Reference to Spread of Brick Kiln Industry in
Kanjhawala Block (Delhi) by Jag Mohan (1997).
24. Socio-Economic and Spatial Mobility of Street Children in Delhi by Hemant Kumar
(1997).
25. Geographical Analysis of Water Pollution in Hooghly River by Debasri Mukherjee
(1998).
26. Varanasi- A Study in Impact of Development on the Environment by Tripta Singh
(1998).
27. Sustainable Livelihood and Food Security in Kullu Block by Kirti Bas (1998).
28. Impact of Rural Development Programmes on Socio-Economic Conditions in Rural
Delhi by Subhash (1999)
29. Environmental Monitoring and Mitigation of Cyclone Disaster in Coastal Region of
Andhra Pradesh by Ushvinder Kaur (2000).
30. Air Pollution and Open Cast Coal Mining in Talcher Region (Orissa) by Hema Gupta
(1999).
31. Environmental and Socio-Economic Implications of Tala- Hydro Electric Project in
Wanchu Valley, Bhutan by Smirti Kumari (2001).
32. Climatic variability, Agrohorticultural Production and extreme Events in Mountainous
areas-A Case Study of Kullu District by S. Sen Roy.(2002).
33. Spatial Analysis of Air pollution-A Case Study of Agra City by Vishwa Raj Sharma
(2003).
34. Flood impact and Management in the Bhagalpur district, Bihar by Nilesh Kr. Singh
(2003).
35. Role of ENGOs towards Environmental Improvement in Delhi by Kiran Dabas (2003).
36. Urban Water Problems in Delhi Metropolitan Region by Sheel Kumar (2003).
37. Impact of Flood on Biodiversity in Kaziranga National Park, Assam by M. Bortamuly
(2004).
38. Spatial Analysis of Wastewater Reuse in Delhi by Reena Singh (2004).
39. Impact of Super Thermal Power Station on Land Degradation: A Case Study of
Kahalgaon by Arun Kumar Singh (2005)..
40. Retreat of Gangotri glacier and related geo-hazards in Upper Bhagirathi basin by Subodh
Kumar (2005).
41. Integrated Watershed Management in Upper Yamuna-Tons basin by Nawal Prakash
(2005).
42. Human Impact on landuse Change and Biodiversity in Sariska Tiger Reserve by Nidhi
Gandhi (2005).
43. Ecotourism in Pokhara Valley by Baasanti Shahi (2006).
44. Land Use/Cover Change, Landslides and their Influence on Biodiversity in Nanda Devi
Biosphere Reserve by Suraj Mal (2006).
45. Human Impact and Indegenous Knowledge on Biodiversity in Rajaji National Park by
Abhineety Goel.(2006).
46. Sustainable Mountain Ecotourism Development in Uttarkashi District of Uttaranchal by
Pankaj Kumar (2007).
47. Climate Variability, Extreme Events and Land Use Change- A Case Study of Doon
Valley, by Swati Thakur (2007).
48. Integrated Coastal Zone Management along Visakhapatnam by Shalini Sharan (2007).
49. Disaster Vulnerability and Mitigation Plan for NOIDA and Greater NOIDA by Swarnima
Singh (2007).
50. Environmental Vulnerability of the High Altitude Wetlands of Changthang Valley by
Anupam Anand (2007).
51. Integrated Coastal Zone Management of Goa by Sujeet Kumar (2008).
52. Spatial Distribution of Urban Heat Islands in Delhi by Manoj Kumar (2008) .
53. Urban hydrology of Mithi River in Mumbai by Kanishk Kumar Singh.(2009).
54. Depletion and Degradation of Biodiversity in National Capital Territory of Delhi by Parul
Jain (2009).
55. Herbal Home Remedies in North-West District of Delhi and Haridwar District of
Uttarakhand by Nitu (2010).
56. Industrial Development and Environmental Degradation in Panipat City by Ritu (2010).
57. Spatial –Temporal Variability in Traditional Water Bodies of Delhi by Sarita (2010).
58. Vulnerability to Climate Change in Arid Region of Rajasthan by Ajay Kumar Gurjar
(2011).
59. Urban Climate Change in Kolkota Metropolitan Region by Rituparna Nath (2011).
60. Agricultural Vulnerability to Climatic Change in the Dry Regions of Haryana by Rajesh
Kumar (2011).
61. Status and Planning for Low Carbon Resilient Mega City- A Case study of Delhi by
Vidhi Saluja (2012).
62. Integrated Coastal Zone Management in North Kanara Coast by Ashok Kumar (2012)
63. Assessing Drought Vulnerability in Mirzapur Region of Uttar Pradesh by Bhanu Prakash
Singh (2013)
64. Integrated River Management of the Lower Brahmaputra Basin by Abhay Shankar
Prasad (2013)
65. Role of Self Help Groups in Joint Forest Management in Kumaun Region by Atithi Pant
(2013)
66. Impact of Climate Change on Ecosystem Services in Kullu Valley by Ranjeet Kumar
(2013).
67. Climate Change and Glacier Fluctuation in Pindari Region, Uttarakhand by Santosh
Kumar (2013).
68. Environmental Implications of Road and Dam Construction in Norh District of Sikkim by
Sisum W. Bhutia (2013).
69. Monsoons in India: Variability and Influence on Agriculture by Mansi Janmaijaya
(2014).
70. Ecological Footprint Assessment in Dharamshala Tehsil, Himachal Pradesh by Naresh
Kumar(2014)
71. Dynamics of Agriculture and Forestry as a Source of Sustainable Livelihood – A Case
Study of Kangra District by Sandeep Jha (2014).
72. Food Security in Kangra District, Himachal Pradesh by Aarti (2015).
73. Urban Environment and its Impact on Human Health: A Case Study of Kolkata by Md.
Senaul Haque (2015)
74. Prioritizing Watershed for Sustainable Development in Swan Catchment, Himachal
Pradesh by Amit Kumar Batar (2015).
75. Livelihood Security and Role of Forest Governance in Rajaji National Park, Uttarakhand
by Divya Singh (2016).
76. Sustainable Urban Innovation in Varanasi city by Sant Prasad (2017).
77. Agriculture, Forest and Tourism based Livelihoods: a study of Dimapur District,
Nagaland by Geeta Kumari (2017).
78. Srinagar Flood, 2014: Vulnerability, Response and Mitigation by Sritama Bose (2018).
79. Impact of Climate Change on Snow Cover, Glaciel Lakes and Associated Outburst Flood
hazards in Bhilangana River Basin, Uttarakhand, by Abhisek Banerjee, submitted in
2018.
Ongoing M. Phil Thesis
80. Ground Water Security and Environmental Change Induced Migration-A Study of
Rebari Community of Western Rajasthan, India by Anupama Kataria
81. Ambient Air Quality and its Impact on Respiratory Health in Lucknow City by Ganesh
Yadav
82. Vulnerability Assessment and Risk reduction of Flood Disaster in Urbanized LandscapeA Case Study of Imphal City by Indrakumar Laishram
Academic Activities/Research Dissemination and Field Trips Organised
1. As Coordinator Organised UGC-SAP-DRS III Seminar on Thrust Areas: Environment and
Resource in 2015 and 2017.
2. As member IUGG-IGU National Committee co-organised IGU Seminar/Conferences at
Guwahati (2018), Osmania University, Hyderabad (2017), B.S.College, University of Delhi
(2016), SNDT Women University, Pune (2015), (MD University, Rohtak (2013); CWRDM,
Kozhikode (2011), Cotton College, Guwahati (2010), Bilaspur (2009)
3. Co-Organised IGU Commission Seminar on Biogeography and Biodiversity at HNB Garhwal
University, Srinagar, during May 3-4, 2007.
4. Teacher Participant in the Departmental Field Excursion for M.A. Students at Backwater
ecosystem in Kerala, CESS- Trivanthapuram and Kanyakumari Region of Tamilnadu during
January 1-10, 2007.
5. Teacher Participant in the Departmental Field Excursion for M.A. Students at Pondicherry,
Tsunami Affected Areas of Tamil Nadu and Chennai during December 31, 2005- January
10, 2006.
6. Organised as Dy. Coordinator-UGC SAP Programme Workshop on Mega Cities:
Infrastructure and Governance, Univ. of Delhi, March 24-25, 2006.
7. Organised SHARP Programme Workshop at Joshimath, Uttaranchal, on 15th October, 2004,
Uttarkashi on 21 June, 2005 and Dehradun on October 14-15, 2005.
8. Organised Departmental Field Excursion for M.A. Students at Panchmarhi Hills during
Janury 2-8, 2004
9. Organised SHARP programme workshop at Delhi University on 25th June, 2004.
10. Organised UGC-SAP Nat. Seminar on Spatial inf. Technology for Natural Resources
Management, Feb. 21-22, 2003.
11. Organised CIDA-SICI Dissemination Workshop on World Environment Day on 5th June
2003, Delhi Univ.
12. Organised CIDA-SICI Project Dissemination Workshop at Manali during Feb. 17-18, 2002.
13. Organised CIDA-SICI Project Dissemination Seminar at Manali during June 24-25, 2000.
14. Organised CIDA-SICI Project Dissemination Workshop at Univ. of Delhi, November 3-4,
2000.
15. Organised ICSSR-IDPAD Cluster Meeting and National Seminar on Urban Issues, Delhi
University, January 29-30, 1999.
16. Organised Departmental Educational Tour to Kullu Valley during Octobber 8-16, 1999.
17. Organised CIDA-SICI Project Dissemination Seminar at Manali during October 14-15, 1999.
18. Organised National Seminar on Sustainable Development of Mountain Environment, Delhi
University, March 27-28, 1998. .
19. Organised Departmental Educational Tour to Thimphu and Paro Valley (Bhutan), November
3-14, 1998.
20. Organised Int. Seminar on Sustainable Reconstruction of Highland and Headwater Regions at
Delhi and Field Trip to Himachal Pradesh and Punjab and Haryana Regions during Oct.
1995.
21. As Chairman NAGI Commission on Environmental Monitoring and GIS organised a
National Seminar at Jammu Univ. on Dec. 27, 1995.
22. Organised CIDA-SICI Workshop at Manali during June 30 – July 1, 1995.
23. Organised Int. Seminar on Disasters, Environment and Development at Univ. of Delhi and
Field Trip to Himachal Himalaya during Dec. 9-18, 1994.
24. As Convenor of National Association of Geographers – Commission on GIS, organised
seminar at University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, December 26, 1992.
25. Organised Department Field Trip to Indian Desert Region in January 1992.
26. Organised International Seminar on Monitoring Geosystems; Perspectives for the 21st
Century at
27. University of Delhi, Dec. 6-9, 1991; Also organised Scientific Field Trips to Darjeeling and
Kumaun-Garhwal Himalaya.
28. As Convenor of National Association of Geographers – Commission on Geographic
Information Systems, organised seminar at Magadh Univ. during December 25-26, 1991.
29. Advisor of NORAD Project on Role of Women in Improving Environmental Quality in
Slums.
30. Organised Departmental Field Trip to Sikkim and Darjiling Himalaya during November 30
to December 13, 1989.
 

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