Publications

  1. Major Research Papers Published in International/National Journals, Symposia & Conference Proceedings.
    Sub headings are:
    1. 2014 Onwards
  • Majumder A, Kingra P K, Setia R, Singh S and Pateriya, B (2019). Influence of land use/land cover changes on surface temperature and its effect on crop yield in different agro-climatic regions of Indian Punjab. Geocarto International, https://doi.org/10.1080/10106049.2018.1520927

  • Sharma A, Singla LD, Kaur P, Bal MS, Sumbria D and Setia R (2019). Spatial seroepidemiology, risk assessment and haemato-biochemical implications of bovine trypanosomiasis in low lying areas of Punjab, India. Comparative Immunology, Microbiology and Infectious Diseases 64, 61-66

  • Singh G, Sharma S, Bansal RK, Setia R, Sharma S and Bansal N et al (2019). A home‐based, primary‐care model for epilepsy care in India: Basis and design. Epilepsia Open. https://doi.org/10.1002/epi4.12311

  • Kaur S, Kingra P K, Setia R and Singh S (2019). Comparative analysis of rice productivity of three agroclimatic zones of Punjab. Agriculture Research Journal 56 : 49-55

  • Kingra P K, Setia R., Kaur S., Kaur J., Singh S., Singh S., Kukal S.S. and Pateriya B (2018). Analysis and mapping of spatio-temporal climate variability in Punjab using classical statistics and geostatistics. Mausam 69:147-160

  • Kingra, P K., Setia R., Kaur J., Singh S., Singh S., Kukal S.S. and Pateriya, B (2018). Assessing the impact of climate variations on wheat yield in north-west India using GIS. Spatial Information Research. 26:281–94

  • Kingra, P K, Setia R., Kaur S., Singh S., Singh S., Kukal S S and Pateriya, B (2018). Spatio-temporal analysis of the impact of climate on rice yield in north-west India. Spatial Information Research 26:381–395

  • Kingra, P K, Setia R., Singh S., Kaur J., Kaur S., Singh S., Kukal S.S. and Pateriya, B (2017). Climatic variability and its characterisation over Punjab, India. Journal of Agrometeorology 19 : 246-250

  • Singh R, Setia, R, Verma, V, Arora S and Pateriya B (2017). Satellite remote sensing of salt-affected soils: Potential and Limitations. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 16:97-107

  • Kumar P, Setia, R, Loshali, D C and Pateriya B (2017). Comparative assessment between visual interpretation and pixel based approach for land use/cover mapping using IRS LISS-III Imagery. International Journal of Applied Information Systems 11:63-67

  • Forouzangohar M, Setia R, Wallace D D, Nitschke C R and Bennett L T (2016). Predicted consequences of increased rainfall variability on soil carbon stocks in a semiarid environment. Climate Research 67:61-69

  • Sumbria D, Singla L D, Kumar S, Sharma A, Dahiyab R K and Setia R (2016). Spatial distribution, risk factors and haemato-biochemical alterations associated with Theileria equi infected equids of Punjab (India) diagnosed by indirect ELISA and nested PCR. Acta Tropica 155: 104–11

  • Verma, S, Setia R, Marschner P (2016). The size of P pools in soils is affected by soil properties and compost addition. Communication in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 47:1317-28

  • Paper published “Status of waterlogged areas in south West Punjab using RS and GIS Technology” JP Singh, Poonam, Ajay Mathur and Gurvinder Singh in Journal of Hydrology Vol. 37, Issue 1-4 Jan, 2016, PP 18-25

  • Setia R and Marschner P (2014). Modelling soil organic carbon using RothC model. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 13:329-36

  • Khurana M P S, Kansal B D and Setia R (2014). Long-term impacts of irrigation with sewage water on cadmium concentration in soils and crops. Agrochimica LVIII: 1-16

  • Singh, K V, Setia R, Sahoo S, Prasad A and Paeriya B (2014). Evaluation of NDWI and MNDWI for real time assessment of waterlogging by integrating digital elevation model and ground water level. Geocarto International. 30, 650-61

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PRSC participated in Geosaptial Caravan-Building New India Leveraging Geospatial Technologies held on 16th September 2019
PRSC participated in Geosaptial Caravan-Building New India Leveraging Geospatial Technologies held on 16th September 2019
Workshop on International Commercial Laws and Arbitration was organised on 30th August at the University Institute of laws Punjab University's regional centre
Workshop on International Commercial Laws and Arbitration was organised on 30th August at the University Institute of laws Punjab University's regional centre
Workshop on International Commercial Laws and Arbitration was organised on 30th August at the University Institute of laws Punjab University's regional centre
Director PRSC participated in PAGE-UNEP program in New Delhi
Director PRSC participated in PAGE-UNEP program in New Delhi
Director PRSC participated in PAGE-UNEP program in New Delhi
Director PRSC participated in PAGE-UNEP program in New Delhi
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