Modeling hydrology, groundwater recharge and non-point nitrate loadings in the Himalayan Upper Yamuna basin,
Science of the Total Environment (STOTEN),
Vol. 468, pp S 102 - 116, Elsevier

“India Water Tool.”
Technical Note. Washington, D.C.: World Resources Institute.

Modelling Flow and Non-Point Contaminant Fate and Transport at a Catchment Scale in India (Published and presented in the International SWAT conference 2012)

Modeling Irrigated Area to Increase Water, Energy, and Food Security in Semiarid India. Journal of Weather, Climate and Society. American Meteorological Society.
Vol 2, Issue 4, p 255-270
Challenges in securing India’s water future. Journal of Crop Improvement
(Taylor and Francis)
Vol 24, Issue 1, p 85-91.

Resource Dynamics, Pollution Trends and Compatible Groundwater Use and Environmental Conservation through use of Decision Support System in India

Groundwater Depletion, Irreversible Damages and the Energy-Food-Water Nexus: Case studies from Gujarat and Punjab, India

Coupled Hydro-Economic Dynamics of Groundwater Irrigated Agriculture in a Hard Rock Region of India; American Geophysical Union

The Different Faces and Common Drivers of Groundwater Depletion in India - Challenges of Measurement, Modeling and Policy; American Geophysical Union
Groundwater Depletion, Irreversible Damages and the Energy-Food-Water Nexus: A Case Study from Gujarat, India; American Geophysical Union

Asia’s next challenge: Securing the region’s water future. Asia Society, Leadership Group on water security in Asia.

“Water and Agricultural Sustainability Strategies”, Challenges in securing India’s water future. Publisher: Taylor and Francis (U.K.)

Working trade-offs in complex water situations in India (Published in Book of Abstracts and presentation during the International World Water Week, Stockholm, Sweden,
August 18-22, 2009
Reaction kinetics for modeling non-point source pollution of nitrate in river basins using SWAT (Published and presented in the 4th SWAT International conference on research and applications in SWAT)
Vulnerability and adaptation to climate variability and water stress in Uttaranchal State, India. Global Environmental Change
Volume 18, Issue 4

Area differentiated modelling of excess nutrient and contaminant leaching risk on river scale using hydrological approach in India. International Journal of Environment and Pollution, Inderscience Publication.
Volume 19, No. 3

GIS based identification of risk to nutrient exposure in the large agricultural lands of India – towards a better decision-making. Geographical information and decision analysis – An international Journal
Volume 6, No. 2

Water resources development in the Yamuna river basin in India. Journal of environmental studies and policy.
Volume 4, Number 1

A methodology for evaluating risk to nutrient transport in large catchments in India. Journal of Environmental studies and Policy.
Volume 5, Number 1

Modelling streamflows for estimating hydrological PLF of a small hydropower scheme in an ungauged mountainous watershed in Western Ghats in India using SWAT (Published and presented in the International SWAT conference 2012)