1. Saikia P and Baruah KK (2014).Carbon fixation, partitioning and storage in field plant with
wheat at different moisture regimes. Climate change and environmental sustainability, 2(1), 3947.
2. Deka P and Hoque RR(2014). Incremental effect of festive biomass burning on wintertime PM10
in Brahmaputra Valley of Northeast India. Atmospheric Research, 143, 380–391.
3. Deka P and Hoque RR (2014). Diwali firework: early signs of impact on PM10 of rural
Brahmaputra valley. Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 14(6), 1752-1762.
4. Hussain K, Rajbongshi R, Hoque RR (2014). Understanding Levels and Sources of PAHs in
Water of Bharalu Tributary of the Brahmaputra River. Asian Journal of Water, Environment and
Pollution, 11, 89–98.
5. Hussain K and Hoque RR (2014). Seasonal attributes of Urban Soil PAHs of the Brahmaputra
Valley. Chemosphere,DOI: 10.1016/j.chemosphere.2014.08.021.
6. Daimari R, Hazarika N, Hoque RR, Nayaka S, Upreti DP (2014). New Records of Epiphytic
Lichens From Three Districts Of Assam, India. Indian Forester, 140 (8), 807-811.
7. Borbora J and Das AK (2014). Summertime Urban Heat Island study for Guwahati City, India.
Sustainable Cities and Society, 11, 61-66.
8. Sahariah B, Sinha I, Sharma P, Goswami L, Bhattacharyya P, Gogoi N, Bhattacharya SS
(2014). Efficacy of bioconversion of paper mill bamboo sludge and lime waste by composting and
vermiconversion technologies. Chemosphere, 109, 77 – 83.
9. Goswami L, Raul P, Sahariah B, Bhattacharyya P, Bhattacharya SS (2014). Characterization
and risk evaluation of tea industry coal ash for environmental suitability.Clean-Soil Air Water, 42,
10. Devi A, Rakshit K, Sarania B, and Adi, Apatani, Monpa,NyishiCommunity (2014).
Ethnobotanical notes on Allium species of Arunachal Pradesh, India. Indian Journal of Traditional
Knowledge, 13 (3), 606-612.
11. Kumar A, Sarma K , Panvor J, Mazumdar K, Devi A , Krishna M, Ray P C (2014). Threats
to the Bengal slow loris Nycticebus bengalensis in and around Itanagar Wildlife Sanctuary,
Arunachal Pradesh, India: impediments to conservation. Endangered Species Research, 23(2), 99106.
12. Baruah S, Borgohain J, Sarma KP (2014). Phytoremediation of Arsenic by Trapanatans in a
Hydroponic System. Water Environment Research, 86(5), 422-432.
13. Paul S, Gogoi N, Sharma B, Baroowa B (2014). Biochemical changes in potato under elevated
temperature. Indian Journal of Plant Physiology, 19(1), 36-42.
14. Sarma B, Devi P, Gogoi N, Devi Y M (2014). Effects of cobalt induced stress on
Triticumaestivum L. crop. Asian J AgriBiol, 2(2), 137-147.
15. Kumar M,Singh G, Chaminda T, Quan P V, Kuroda K (2014). Emerging Water Quality
16. Prabha S, Ramanathan AL., Gogoi A, Das P, Deka J P, Tyag V, Kumar M (2014). Suitability
of conventional and membrane bioreactor system in textile mill effluent treatment. Desalination and
Water Treatment, (Accepted).
17. Rao M S, Kumar M, Kumar B (2014). Saline groundwater in the National Capital Territory
Delhi: Clues to its origin and evolution. In K Yamamoto, H Furumai, H. Katayama, C
Chiemchaisri, U Puetpaiboon, C Visvanathan, H Satoh (eds.) Southeast Asian Water Environment
Groundwater Quality and Its Management, IWA Publication, 33-38.
18. Basak S, Ramesh AM, Kesari V, Parida A, Mitra S, Rangan L (2014). Genetic diversity and
relationship of Hedychium from Northeast India as dissected using PCA analysis and hierarchical
clustering. Meta Gene 2, 459-468.
19. Goswami L, Sarkar S, Mukherjee S, Das S, Barman S, Raul P, Bhattacharyya P, Mandal
NC, Bhattacharya S, Bhattacharya SS (2014). Vermicomposting of Tea Factory Coal Ash:
Metal accumulation and metallothionein response in Eiseniafetida (Savigny) and Lampitomauritii
(Kinberg). Bioresource Technology 166, 96–102.
20. Punia M, Nain S, Kumar A, Singh BP, Prakash A, Kumar K, Jain VK (2014). Analysis of
temperature variability over north-west part of India for the period 1970–2000. Natural Hazards,
DOI: 10.1007/s11069-014-1352-8.
21. Pandey AK, Singh S, Berwal S, Kumar D, Pandey P, Prakash A, Lodhi N, Maithani M, Jain,
VK, Kumar K (2014). Temporal variations of Urban Heat Island over Delhi. Urban Climate,
22. Sharma P and Sarma KP (2014). In Vitro propagation of Bambusapallidaon commercial scale in
Assam. J. Environmental Research and Development, 8(4), 995-902.
23. Hazarika N and Das AK (2014). Process dynamics and controls in two partially-confined rivers
of upper Brahmaputra plain. International journal of geomatics and geoscience, 5(1), 91-103.
24. Handique S and Senapati N (2014). Grain size and texture determination of the
Brahmaputra River and 6 of its tributaries. Geochemistry International, (Accepted). DOI:
25. Saikia T and Baruah KK (2013). Iron toxicity tolerance in rice and its association with
antioxidative enzyme activity. Crop Science, 3, 90-94.
26. Daimari R, Hoque RR, Nayak S, Upreti DK (2013). Atmospheric Heavy Metal Accumulation in
Epiphytic Liches and Their Phorophytes in the Brahmaputra Valley. Asian Journal of Water,
Environment and Pollution, 10(4), 1-12.
27. Hoque RR, Gohain M, Das AK, Devi U, Kurse BC (2013). Levels and Source Apportionment of
Trace Metal in Bed Sediment of the Bharalu Tributary of Brahmaputra River. Asian Journal of
Water, Environment and Pollution, 10(3), 71-79.
28. Bhattacharya SS, Barua S, Konwarh R, Das P, Sanjana K , Devi P, Tapas K, Maiti, Mandal
M, Karak N (2013). Non-hazardous anticancerous and antibacterial colloidal 'green' silver
nanoparticles. Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 105, 37-42.
29. Bhattacharya SS, Barman S, Ghosh R, Duary RK, Goswami L, Mandal CN (2013). Phosphate
solubilizing ability of Emericellanidulansstrain V1 isolated from vermicompost. Indian Journal of
Experimental Biology 51, 840-848.
30. Goswami L, Patel AK, Dutta G, Bhattacharyya P, Gogoi N, Bhattahcarya SS (2013). Hazard
remediation and recycling of tea industry and paper mill bottom ash through vermiconversion.
Chemosphere, 92, 708 – 713.
31. Goswami R, Rahman MM, Murrill M, Sarma KP, Thakur R, Chakraborti D (2013). Arsenic
in the groundwater of Majuli - the largest river island of the Brahmaputra: magnitude of occurrence
and human exposure. Journal of Hydrology, 518, 354-362.
32. Krishna C M, Kumar A, Ray P C, Sarma K, Devi A and Khan M L (2013). Impact of road
widening on wildlife in Namdapha National Park, Arunachal Pradesh, India: a conservation issue.
Asian Journal of Conservation Biology, 2(1), 65-67.
33. Dutta G andDevi A (2013).Plant diversity, population structure, and regeneration status in
disturbed tropical forests in Assam, northeast India. Journal of Forestry Research, 24(4), 715-720.
34. Kumar A, Sarma K, Krishna CM and Devi A (2013). The Eastern Gibbon (Hoolockleuconedys)
in Eastern Arunachal Pradesh, India. Primate Conservation, (27), 115-123.
35. Kumar M, Herbert R Jr,Ramanathan AL, Rao MS, Deka JP and Kumar B (2013).
Hydrogeochemical zonation for groundwater management in the area with diversified geological
and land-use setup. Chemie der Erde- Geochemistry, 73, 267-274.
36. Kumar M, Furumai H, Kurisu F and Kasuga I (2013). Tracing source and distribution of heavy
metals in road dust, soil and soakaway sediment through speciation and isotope
fingerprinting.Geoderma, 211, 8-17.
37. Kumar M, Furumai H, Kurisu F and Kasuga I (2013).Potential Mobility of Heavy Metals
through Coupled Application of Sequential Extraction and Isotopic exchange: Comparison of
leaching tests applied to soil and soakaway sediment.Chemosphere, 90, 796-804.
38. Prabha S, Kumar M, Kumar A, Das P and Ramanathan AL (2013). Impact assessment of
textile effluent on groundwater quality in the vicinity of Tripur industrial area, southern India.
Environmental Earth Science, 70, 3015-3022.
39. Rao MS, Kumar M and Bhishm K (2013). Saline groundwater in the National Capital Territory
Delhi: Clues to its origin and evolution in Yamamoto, K. Furumai, H., Katayama, H, Chiemchaisri.
C., Puetpaiboon, U., Viswanathan, C., Satoh, H (eds.) Southeast Asian Water Environment
5International Water Association (IWA) Publication.
40. Sharma P and Sarma KP (2013). In vitro propagation of Bambusatulda- An important plant for
better environment. Journal of Environmental Research and Development, 7(3), 1216-1223.
41. Baruah KK,Gogoi B, Borah L, Gogoi M and Boruah R (2012). Plant morphophysiological and
anatomical factors associated with nitrous oxide flux from wheat (Triticumaestivum). Journal of
Plant Research, 125(4), 507-516.
42. Gogoi B and Baruah KK (2012). Nitrous oxide emissions from fields with different wheat and
rice varieties. Pedosphere, 22(1), 112-121.
43. Hoque RR, Sarma DK and Deka D (2012), Studies on the Siltation and Chemical contamination
in the Wetlands of Kaziranga National Park. Journal of Ecotoxicol. Environ. Monit., 22(3), 201206.
44. Das A K, Sah R K, Hazarika N (2012).Bankline change and the facets of riverine hazards in the
floodplain of Subansiri–Ranganadi Doab, Brahmaputra Valley, India. Nat. Hazards, 64, 10151028.
45. Devi A and Borah M (2012). Effect of heavy metals on Pisumsativum Linn. International
Journal of Advanced Biological Research, 2(2), 314-321.
46. Kuladip S, Awadhesh KrAshalata D, Kripaljyoti M, Murali K, Prathana M and Das
N,(2012).Diversity and habitat association of butterfly species in foothills of Itanagar, Arunachal
Pradesh, India. Cibtech Journal of Zoology, 1(2),67-77.
47. Baroowa B andGogoi N (2012). Effect of induced drought on different growth and biochemical
attributes of black gram (Vignamungo L) and green gram (Vigna radiate L.)Journal of
Environmental Research and Development, 6(3A), 584-593.
48. Baroowa B andGogoi N (2012). Morphological responses of pulse (Vignaspp) crops to soil water
deficit. J. Agri sc.,57(1), 15-23.
49. Paul S and BhattacharyaSS(2012). Vermicomposted Water Hyacinth Enhances Growth and
Yield of Marigold by Improving Nutrient Availability in Soils of North Bank Plain of Assam.
Research & Reviews: Journal of Agricultural Science & Technology, 2 (1), 36-46.
50. Baruah S, Hazarika KK, Sarma KP(2012). Uptake and localization of Lead in
Eichhorniacrassipes grown within a hydroponic system. Advances in Applied Science Research,
3(1), 51-59.
51. Bhattacharya SS, Iftikar W, Sahariah B, Chattopadhyay GN (2012). Vermicomposting
converts fly ash to enrich soil fertility and sustain crop growth in red and lateritic soils. Resources,
Conservation and Recyclin, 65, 100– 106.
52. Kumar P, Kumar M, Tripathi P, Ramanathan AL (2012). Arsenic poisioning of groundwater
in parts of Middle Gangetic Plain, Bhagalpur district, Bihar, India. Memoir, Indian Society of
Applied Geochemists, 159-170.
53. Uprety DC, Baruah KK, Borah L (2011). Methane in rice agriculture - A review. Jl. Sc. &Indstl.
Research, 70, 401 – 411.
54. Gogoi B, Baruah KK (2011) Nitrous oxide emission from tea (Camellia sinensis (L) O.kuntze)
planted soils of North East India and soil parameters associated with the emission. Current
Science, 101, 531-536.
55. Goswami R, Deb P, Thakur R, Sarma KP, Basumallick A (2011). Removal of As(III) from
Aqueous Solution Using Functionalized Ultrafine Iron Oxide Nanoparticles. Separation Science
and Technology, 46,1017-1022.
56. Goswami R, Deb P, Thakur R,Sarma KP, Basumallick A (2011). Arsenic Remediation Using
Surface Functionalized Ultrafine Nanoparticles. International Journal of Nanoscience. 10(4-5),
57. Hoque RR Goswami KG, Kurse BC and Sarma KP (2011). Distribution and solid-phase
speciation of toxic heavy metals of bed sediments of Bharali tributary of Brahmaputra River.
Environ Monit Assess, 177(1-4), 457-466.
58. Hoque RR, Hazarika N, Daimarei R, Nayaka S (2011). What do Epiphytic lichens of Guwahati
city indicate?Current Science, 101(7), 824.
59. Kumar M, Kumar B, Rao MS, RamanathanAl (2011). A field validation of isotopic tracer
techniques for identification of recharge zones and sources using hydrological features in an urban
environment (Delhi), Northern. Hydrogeology Journal, 19, 463-474.
60. Kim J, Kuwahara Y, Kumar M, (2011). A DEM-based evaluation of potential flood risk to
enhance decision support system for safe evacuation.Nat. Hazards, 59(3), 1561-1572.
61. Devi A and Dutta H (2011). Effect of seed mass and light intensities on seedling success of
Mesuaferrea Linn. Current Science, 101(12), 1033-1035.
62. Chattopadhyay GN and Bhattacharya SS (2010). Use of Fly Ash in agriculture. Monograph
published by the Pollution Control Board, Govt. of West Bengal. India.
63. Kumar Aand DeviA (2010). Status and Conservation of Slow Loris Nycticebusbengalensis in
north east India. Ecotone 2(1), 18-20.
64. Das A K, Devi A, Nath PC, Hina NK (2010). Phytosociological studies in a subtropical forest on
the Rono Hills, of the Papum Pare District of Arunachal Pradesh. Indian Journal of Forestry,
33(1), 33-40.
65. Kurse BC, Ali I, Patra SC, Hoque RR (2010). Assessment of Erosion Potential Areas in Diyung
Watershed of Kopili River Basin in Assam Using Terrain Based Indicators.J. Ind Water Res Soc.,
30 (4), 28-35.
66. Kurse BC, Hoque RR, Patra SC, Baruah DC (2010). A GIS Based Approach for Erosion
Hazard Mapping of Umkhen Sub Watershed of Kopili River Basin in Northeastern Region of
India. J. Ind Water Res Soc., 30 (4), 20-26.
67. Deka P, Hoque RR (2010). Aerosol and CO emission during meji burning. Current Science, 98,
68. Goswami R, Thakur R, Sarma KP (2010). Uptake of lead from aqeous solution using
Eichhorniacrassipes: effect on chlorophyll content and photosynthetic rate. International Journal
of chem. Tech research. 2(3), 1702-1705.
69. Baruah KK (2010). Allelopathic effect of medicinal herbs on rice growing environment. In
Ahmad A. et al. (edtrs). Medicinal Plants in changing environment. Capital publishers, New Delhi,
70. Baruah KK, Gogoi B, Gogoi P and Gupta PK (2010). N20 emission in relation to plant and soil
properties and yield of rice varieties. Agron. Sustain. Dev., 30(4), 733 – 742.
71. Gogoi N, Baruah KK, Das KK(2009). Effect of growth hormone and cold hardening on summer
rice. ORYZA- An International Journal on Rice, 46(3), 240-244.
72. Gogoi N, Baruah KK, Das KK (2009).Effect of low temperature hardening and growth hormone
on growth and yield of summer rice.Res. Crops, 10(2), 193-198.
73. Baruah KK(2009). Alternatives sources of energy (Assamese language). BaniMandirGhy.
74. Gupta P K, Gupta V, Sharma C, Das SN, Purkait N, Adhya TK, Pathak H, Ramesh R,
Baruah KK, Venkatratnamh L, Singh G, Iyer CSP(2009). Development of methane emission
factors for Indian paddy fields and estimation of national methane budget. Chemosphere, 74, 590 –
75. Sarma KP and Talukdar B (2009). Sediment characteristics and concentration of heavy metal in
water and sediments of the effluents discharging water bodies of Nagoan paper mill, Assam. Asian
J. Water, Environment and Pollution, 6(4), 97-102.
76. Goswami R, Devi B,Sarma KP (2009). Comparative study on accumulation of cadmium in three
aquatic plants. Journal of Environmental Research and Development, 4(2), 359-364.
77. Khan ML, Devi A, Tripathi RS(2009). The sacred groves and their significance in conserving
biodiversity - an overview. International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences, 34 (3),