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Dr. Nishanth. T
 
Highest Degree: Ph.D. in Atmospheric Chemistry from Kannur University, Kerala, India
 
Institute: Kannur University, Kerala, India
 
Area of Interest: Chemistry
  •   Atmospheric Ozone
  •   Stratosphere-Troposphere Exchange
  •   Atmospheric Pollution
  •   Atmospheric Chemistry
 
URL: http://livedna.org/91.1288
 
My SELECTED Publications
1:   Nishanth, T. and M.K. Satheesh Kumar, 2010. Measurement of surface ozone and its precursor NOx over urban and rural locations in Kannur: A tropical coastal site in India. Indian J. Sci. Technol., 3: 1198-1201.
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2:   Nishanth, T. and M.K. Satheesh Kumar, 2011. Diurnal variation of surface Ozone with meteorological parameters at Kannur, India. Adv. Applied Sci. Res., 2: 407-417.
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3:   Nishanth, T. and M.K. Satheesh Kumar, 2011. Increasing trends of tropospheric ozone and NO2 at the prominent hot spots along the coastal belt of the Arabian Sea in Indian subcontinent. Int. J. Environ. Sci., 1: 860-870.
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4:   Nishanth, T. and M.K. Satheesh Kumar, 2011. Variation of tropospheric ozone residue along the west coast region of India. Elixir. Poll., 30: 1782-1785.
5:   Nishanth, T. and M.K. Satheesh Kumar,Int. J. Curr. Res., 2011. Increasing trend of carbon monoxide along the west coast region in India. Int. J. Curr. Res., 33: 69-73.
6:   Nishanth, T., 2011. Toxicity of zinc and the efficacy of antidotes on Labeo rohita, using atomic absorption spectroscopy. Elixir Pollut., 34: 2456-2460.
7:   Nishanth, T., K.M. Praseed and M.K.Satheesh Kumar, 2011. Solar eclipse-induced variations in solar flux, j(NO2) and surface ozone at Kannur, India. Meteorol. Atmospheric Phys., 113: 67-73.
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8:   Nishanth, T., K.M. Praseed, K. Rathnakaran, M.K. Satheesh Kumar, R. Ravi Krishna and K.T. Valsaraj, 2012. Atmospheric pollution in a semi-urban, coastal region in India following festival seasons. Atmospheric Environ., 47: 295-306.
9:   Nishanth, T., K.M. Praseed, S.M. Joseph and M.K. Satheesh Kumar, 2010. Variation of co column over north Kerala by exploring MOPITT data. Recent Res. Sci. Technol., 2: 28-31.
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10:   Nishanth, T., M.K. Satheesh Kumar and K.T. Valsaraj, 2012. Analysis of ground level O3 and NOx measured at Kannur, India. Earth Sci. Climate Change, Vol. 3, 10.4172/2157-7617.1000111.
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11:   Nishanth, T., M.K. Satheesh Kumar and K.T. Valsaraj, 2012. Variations in surface ozone and NOx at Kannur: A tropical, coastal site in India. J. Atmospheric Chem., 69: 101-126.
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12:   Nishanth, T., M.N. Prakash and H. Vijith, 2010. Suitable site determination for urban solid waste disposal using GIS and remote sensing techniques in Kottayam Municipality, India. Int. J. Geomatics Geosci., 1: 197-210.
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13:   Nishanth, T., N. Ojha, M.K.S. Kumar and M. Naja, 2011. Influence of solar eclipse of 15 January 2010 on surface ozone. Atmospheric Environ., 45: 1752-1758.
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14:   Nishanth, T., S.M. Joseph, K.M. Praseed and M.K. Satheesh Kumar, 2011. Correlative Study between UV Irradiance and TOC Using AURA OMI at Kannur (12.3N, 75.4E). Atmospheric Climate Sci., 1: 55-60.
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15:   Palaniappan, P.L.R.M., T. Nishanth and V.B. Renju, 2010. Bioconcentration of zinc and its effect on the biochemical constituents of the gill tissues of Labeo rohita: An FT-IR study. Infrared Phys. Technol., 53: 103-111.
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16:   Praseed, K.M, T. Nishanth, M.K. Satheesh Kumar, 2012. Spectral variations of AOD and Its validation using MODIS: First cut results from Kannur, India. Atmospheric Climate Sci., 2: 94-100.
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17:   Praseed, K.M., T. Nishanth, S.M. Joseph and M.K. Satheesh Kumar, 2010. Seasonal variation of atmospheric aerosols over prominent hotspot regions in south India by employing MODIS data. Recent Res. Sci. Technol., 2: 81-84.
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18:   Satheesh Kumar, M.K., T. Nishanth, K.M. Praseed and S.M. Joseph, 2010. The significant role of CO and NOx in the tropospheric ozone chemistry. Recent Res. Sci. Technol., 2: 01-05.
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