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  • Stratigraphic and petrographic study of foredeep molasse sediments, which provide a detrital record of the evolution of the southern Himalayas during the tectonic collision of central Asia and India.
  • The relationship between eastern equatorial Pacific sea surface temperatures and rainfall over India and Sri Lanka
  • Snow-cover area vs snowmelt runoff relation and its dependence on geomorphology. A study from the Beas catchment (Himalayas, India)
  • Litter input and decomposition in tropical dry deciduons forest, grassland and abandoned crop field communities at Varanasi, India
  • Scale and order of magnitude problems are as important for the explanation of climatic features as they are for their description. The summer atmospheric circulation over India may be analysed and divided into four sub-systems of decreasing order
  • prominent feature of the wind field. The areas of organized precipitation are well related to synoptic systems seen in the 850 mb flow (the quasi-stationary Burma-India through, the disturbances forming on the through, the confluence zone along the polar
  • analysis with respect to space and time. Major interest was directed to the teleconnections and phase relationships of long-term fluctuations (periodicities between one and ten years) between stations in the equatorial Pacific, Indonesia, India, Africa
  • with each other and probably with South America, may have provided a passage for the migration of early marsupials until well into Eocene time. Peninsular India may have been connected to Africa until very late Cretaceous time.