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32. IMD's New Operational Models for Long Range Forecast of South-west Monsoon Rainfall over India and their verification for 2003, M. Rajeevan, D.S.Pai, S.K.Dikshit and R.R.Kelkar, 2004, Current Science, 86, 422-431.
33. Tropical Pacific Upper Ocean heat content variations and Indian summer monsoon rainfall, M.Rajeevan and M.McPhaden, 2004, Geophys.Res.Letters, 31, DOI 10.1029/2004GL020631.
34. Monsoon prediction? Why yet another failure?, Sulochana Gadgil, M.Rajeevan and Ravi Nanjundiah, 2005, Current Science, 88, 9, 1389, 1400.
35. Empirical Prediction of Indian summer monsoon rainfall with different lead periods based on global SST anomalies, D.S.Pai and M.Rajeevan, 2006, Meteor and Atmos.Phys, 92, 33-43.
36. New Statistical models for long-range forecasting of southwest monsoon rainfall over India, M.Rajeevan, D.S.Pai, R.Anil Kumar and B.Lal, Climate Dynamics, 2006, DOI 10.1007/s00382-006-019706.
37. Pai. D. S. and Rajeevan, M., 2006, Empirical prediction of the Indian summer monsoon rainfall with different lead time periods based on global SST anomalies, Meteorol. Atmos. Physics, V92, pp33-43.
38. “Did unusual warming over the mid and higher latitudes cause unprecedented failure of southwest monsoon during July 2002?” A.K. Srivastava, P. Guhathakurta, M. Rajeevan, S.K. Dikshit and S.R. Kshirsagar –Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics, 2007, Vol. 96, 3-4, pp. 193-201.
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44. Development of high resolution daily gridded temperature data set (1969-2005) for the Indian region. A.K. Srivastava, M. Rajeevan and S.R. Kshirsagar, published in Atmospheric Sci. Lett., 2009, DOI; 10.1002/a.s.l.232.
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48. ‘Climate of South Asia’ by M. Rajeevan A.K.Srivastava and J. Revadekar published in the ‘State of the Climate in 2009”- A special supplement to the Bulletin of American Meteorological Society, July 2010, Vol. 91, No. 7 , pp.176-178
49. ‘Climate of South Asia’ by M. Rajeevan A.K.Srivastava, L. Zubar and J. Revadekar published in the ‘State of the Climate in 2010”- A special supplement to the Bulletin of American Meteorological Society, June 2011, Vol. 92 , No. 6 , pp.217-219.
50. Pai. D.S., Jyoti Bhate, O.P.Sreejith and H.R.Hatwar, 2011, Impact of MJO on the intraseasonal variation of the summer monsoon rainfall over India, Climate Dynamics, Volume 36, N1-2, pp41-55, DOI 10.1007/s00382-009-0634-4.
51. Soni, V. K., G. Pandithurai and Pai, D. S., 2011, Evaluation of long-term changes of solar radiation in India, Int. J. Climatol., DOI: 10.1002/joc.2294.
52. Pai, D. S., O.P.Sreejith, S. G. Nargund, Madhuri Musale, and Ajit Tyagi, 2011, Present Operational Long Range Forecasting System for Southwest Monsoon Rainfall over India and its Performance During 2010, Mausam, V62, pp179-196.
53. Pai. D. S., Latha Sridhar, Pulak Guhathakurta and H. R. Hatwar, 2011, District-Wise Drought Climatology Of The Southwest Monsoon Season over India Based on Standardized Precipitation Index (SPI), Nat. Hazards, V59, pp 1797-1813. (Impact Factor: 1.64).
54. ‘Climate of South Asia’ by A.K. Srivastava, M. Rajeevan, L. Zubar and J. Revadekar published in the ‘State of the Climate in 2011”- A special supplement to the Bulletin of American Meteorological Society, July 2012, Vol. 93, No. 7, pp.207-210.
55. Kumar A., D. S. Pai, J. Singh, R. Singh and D. Sikka, 2012, Statistical Models for Long-range Forecasting of Southwest Monsoon Rainfall over India Using Step Wise Regression and Neural Network, Atmospheric and Climate Sciences, Vol. 2 No. 3, pp. 322-336. doi: 10.4236/acs.2012.23029.
56. Karumuri Ashok, C. Nagaraju, A. Sen Gupta, D. S. Pai. 2012, Decadal changes in the relationship between the Indian and Australian summer monsoons. Climate Dynamics 02/2012; DOI: 10.1007/s00382-012-1625-4.(Impact Factor: 4.23)
57. Mujumdar, M., Preethi, B., Sabin, T., Ashok, K., Saeed, S., Pai, D. S, et al. 2012, The Asian summer monsoon response to the La Niña event of 2010. Meteorological Applications, 19, 216-225. doi:10.1002/met.1301.
58. Niranjan Kumar, K. Rajeevan, M. Pai, D. S. Srivastava, A.K. Preethi, B., 2013, On the observed variability of monsoon droughts over India, Weather and Climate Extremes, pp42-50.
59. ‘Climate of South Asia’ by A.K. Srivastava, J. Revadekar and M. Rajeevan published in the ‘State of the Climate in 2012” - A special supplement to the Bulletin of American Meteorological Society , August 2013, Vol. 94, No. 8 ,pp.188-190.
60. “Updated analyses of temperature and precipitation extreme indices since the beginning of the twentieth century The HadEX2 dataset” by M. G. Donat, L. V. Alexander, H. Yang, I. Durre, R. Vose, R. J. H. Dunn, K. M. Willett,E. Aguilar, M. Brunet,1 J. Caesar, B. Hewitson, C. Jack, A. M. G. Klein Tank,A. C. Kruger, J. Marengo, T. C. Peterson, M. Renom, C. Oria Rojas, M. Rusticucci,J. Salinger, A. S. Elrayah,S. S. Sekele, A. K. Srivastava, B. Trewin, C. Villarroel,L. A. Vincent, P. Zhai, X. Zhang, and S. Kitching - Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 2013, Vol.118, 1-16 , doi;10.1002/jgrd.50150.
61. “On the Observed Variability of Monsoon Droughts over India” by K. Niranjan Kumar, M. Rajeevan, D.S.Pai, A.K.Srivastava and Preeti Bhaskar - Journal Weather and Climate Extremes (WACE) , 2013, Vol. I, pp. 42-50 (Sept.)
62. “Impact of variational assimilation technique on simulation of a Heavy Rainfall event over Pune” by V.Yesubabu , Sahidul Islam , D.R.Sikka, Akshara Kaginalkar, K.Sagar and A.K.Srivastava. - Published online in Natural Hazards on 7th Nov. 2013, doi 10.1007/S11069-013-0933-2.
63. “Examining pathways for modulation of Indian Summer Monsoon Rainfall (ISMR) by extra-tropical tropospheric temperature pattern” by A.K. Srivastava, M. Rajeevan and S.R. Kshirsagar - Feb. 2014, Published online in International Journal of Climatology, DOI :10.1002 / joc.3940
64. ‘Climate of South Asia’ by A.K.Srivastava, J. Revadekar and M. Rajeevan published in the ‘State of the Climate in 2013”- A special supplement to the Bulletin of American Meteorological Society , July 2014, Vol. 95 , No. 7 ,pp.201-203.
65. “Has influence of extratropical waves in modulating Indian summer monsoon rainfall (ISMR) increased?” by A.K. Srivastava, Somenath Dutta, S.R. Kshirsagar and Kavita Srivastava, 2014, J. Earth Syst. Sci., 123, 3, pp. 445-456.
66. D. S. Pai, Smitha Anil Nair and A. N. Ramanathan, 2014, Long term climatology and trends of heat waves over India during the recent 50 years (1961-2010), Mausam, p585.
67. Pai. D. S., Latha Sridhar, M Rajeevan, O. P. Sreejith, N. S. Satbhai, and B. Mukhopadhyay, 2014, Development of a new high spatial resolution (0.25× 0.25) long period (1901-2010) daily gridded rainfall data set over India and its comparison with existing data sets over the region, Mausam, p1-18.
68. D.S. Pai, Latha Sridhar, M. R. Badwaik, M. Rajeevan 2014, Analysis of daily rainfall events over India using a new long period (1901-2010) high resolution (0.25X0.25) gridded rainfall data set, Clim Dyn, DOI 10.1007/s00382-014-2307-1.
69. Ali, H., V. Mishra, and D. S. Pai, 2014, Observed and projected urban extreme rainfall events in India, J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 119, 12,621–12,641, doi:10.1002/2014JD022264.
70. Satya Prakash, Ashis K. Mitra, Imran M. Momin, D. S. Pai, E. N. Rajagopal, and S. Basu, 2014, Comparison of TMPA-3B42 versions 6 and 7 Precipitation Products with Gauge based Data over India for the South-West Monsoon Period, Journal of Hydrometeorology, doi: 10.1175/JHM-D-14-0024.
71. Mitra Ashis K., Satya Prakash, Imranali M. Momin, D. S. Pai and A.K. Srivastava, 2014, Daily Merged Satellite Gauge Real-Time Rainfall Dataset for Indian Region, Vayumandal, 40(1-4), pages.
72. “Has modulation of Indian Summer Monsoon Rainfall by Sea Surface Temperature of the equatorial Pacific Ocean, weakened in recent years?” by A.K.Srivastava, O P Srijith, S R Kshirsagar and Kavita Srivastava, Jan 2015, Published online in Climate Dynamics, DOI :10.1007/s00382-015-2470-z.
73. Kailas Sonawane, O. P. Sreejith, D. R. Pattanaik, Mahendra Benke, Nitin Patil and D. S. Pai, 2015, Simulation of Indian summer monsoon using the Japan Meteorological Agency’s seasonal ensemble prediction system, Journal of Earth System Science, V 124, No. 2, pp. 321–333.
74. Theja, P. K., O. P. Sreejith, and D. S. Pai. "Monsoon teleconnections over Indian and Pacific Oceans in Japan Meteorological Agency model simulation." International Journal of Climatology (2015).