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Publications

  1. Major Research Papers Published in International/National Journals, Symposia & Conference Proceedings.
    Sub headings are:
    1. 2014 Onwards

    AGAG

  • 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

  • LRUI

    Articles published in journals / Newsletter:

  • Ajay Mathur (2019) “Application of Remote Sensing and GIS in URBAN Planning” in ISRS-LC Newsletter Vol. –No 1, Jan-June, 2019

  • Singh Lakhvir, SimerjitKaur, Sana, Ramandeep, Harmanpreet , Balwan Singh, Aman Kumar, PreetiKashmira, Tapati, Reenu Sharma, Ajay Mathur, BrijendraPateriya “Application of Geospatial Technology in Planning and Aqcuiring Land for Proposed Roads Under Masterplan---A Case Study Of SultanpurLodhi Local Planning Area.”published in Application of Geomatics in Civil Engineering, Page No. 357 -364, Journal of Springer.

  • Sharma Reenu (2017) “Remote Sensing and GIS an Instant Tool to Restructure Master Plans” published in Journal of the Institute of Town Planners, Page No. 1-4, Vol. 14 No.3, India.

  • 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 Vol37, Issue 1-4 Jan, 2016, PP 18-25

  • Sharma Reenu (2014) “Urban Renewal: Sustainable and Inclusive Development” published in proceedings of 62nd National Town and Country Planners Congress on Urban Renewal, Redevelopment and Regeneration: Challenges and Options, Page No. 288 – 291, Journal of Institute of Town Planner, New Delhi.

  • Articles published in Seminar/Symposia Proceedings:

  • Ajay Mathur, P K litoria and Brijendra Pateriya “A Comparative Study of Drone and High Resolution Satellite Data for Detailed Landuse /Land Cover Mapping” poster presentation in First International Conference on Unmanned Aerial System in Geomatics (UASG-2019, April 06-07, 2019, Greater Noida, India.

  • Singh Balwan, Rashpal, Navdeep Singh, J.P. Sharma, SimerjitKaur, Lakhvir Singh, Reenu Sharma , Ajay Mathur and B. Pateriya (2018) “Land Information System: A Case Study of Mundian Village, Punjab” in National Conference on Role of Geospatial Technologies to Bridge the Rural and Urban Divide, Punjab Remote Sensing Centre, Ludhiana, February 21-23.

  • Singh Lakhvir, Reenu Sharma, Ajay Mathur and B. Pateriya (2018) “Issues in Cadastral Mapping” in National Conference on Role of Geospatial Technologies to Bridge the Rural and Urban Divide, Punjab Remote Sensing Centre, Ludhiana, February 21-23.

  • KaurSimerjit, Balwan Singh, Pardeep Kumar, Lakhvir Singh, Harmanpreet, Ramandeep, Kashish, Aman, Reenu Sharma, Ajay Mathur, P.K. Litoria and B. Pateriya (2018) “Election Management using Geo-Spatial Technology” in National Conference on Role of Geospatial Technologies to Bridge the Rural and Urban Divide, Punjab Remote Sensing Centre, Ludhiana, February 21-23.

  • Harmanpreet, Ramandeep, Lakhvir Singh, Balwan Singh, SimerjitKaur, Reenu Sharma, Ajay Mathur, P.K. Litoria and B. Pateriya (2017) “Geospatial Technologies for Mapping the Ground Reality of Industrial Focal Points (IFPS) of Punjab” poster presentation in ESRI User Conference, December 13-14,New Delhi.

  • Sharma Reenu, Ajay Mathur, Amarinder Singh, PoojaPathania, P.K. Litoria, B. Pateriya and UrmiljeetKhosa (2017) “Potential of GIS in Tourism and Heritage Mapping” poster presentation in ESRI User Conference, January 19 -20, New Delhi.

  • Harmanpreet, Ramandeep, Lakhvir Singh, Balwan Singh, SimerjitKaur, ReenuSharma, Ajay Mathur, P.K. Litoria and B. Pateriya(2017) “Geospatial Technologies for the Mapping of Industrial Focal Points (IFPS) of Punjab” in Regional Conference on space technology for Sustainable development HARSAC, March 21 - 22, Hisar.

  • KaurSimerjit, Balwan Singh, Pardeep Kumar, Lakhvir Singh, Harmanpreet, Ramandeep, Kashish, Aman, ReenuSharma, Ajay Mathur, P.K.Litoria and B. Pateriya(2017) “GIS in Election Management” in Regional Conference on space technology for Sustainable development HARSAC, March 21 - 22, Hisar.

  • A talk on “Space technology in Urban Governance, Local Bodies and Development of Smart Cities” by Dr Ajay Mathur during Punjab State meet on promoting Space Technology based tools, applications in Governance & Development and launching of Bhuvan Punjab portal, Date: & Day 18 April 2016

  • Singh Balwan, Lakhvir Singh, SimerjitKaur, Rashpal, KamaljitKaur, Navdeep Singh, J.P. Sharma, Vardan Gupta, Reenu Sharma, Ajay Mathur and B. Pateriya (2015)“Egovernance for Bathinda Municipal Corporation” poster presentation in Seminar on Geospatial Technology in Natural Resource Management, March 17-18,Punjab Remote Sensing Centre, Ludhiana.

  • Sharma Reenu, Ajay Mathur, Rajneesh Kumar, RupinderKaur, PoojaPathania, RupinderKaur, Amarinder Singh, P.K. Litoria, B. Pateriya and Harnek Singh (2015) “Geospatial Technologies for the Preparation of Master Plan” poster presentation in ESRI User Conference, December 3-4,New Delhi.

  • Sharma Reenu (2014) “Urban Renewal: Sustainable and Inclusive Development” in 62nd National Town and Country Planners Congress on Urban Renewal, Redevelopment and Regeneration: Challenges and Options, January 10-12, Kothrud, Pune.

  • Sharma Reenu, SimerjitKaur, Ajay Mathur and B. Pateriya (2014) “Base Map Generation Using Cartosat Data” in user interaction meet – 2014, January 20-21, National Remote Sensing Centre, Hyderabad.

  • Sharma Reenu, Lakhvir Singh, Vardan Gupta, Amardeep Singh, Ajay Mathur, P.K. Litoria, B. Pateriya,M. Arulraj and SonalAggarwal (2014) “Municipal GIS: A Case Study of Ludhiana City, Punjab, (India)”poster presentation in ESRI User Conference, December 10-11,New Delhi.

  • NRE

    List of Publications:

  • Ravinder Pal Singh, RK Setia, VK Verma, Sanjay Arora, Parmod Kumar and B. Pateriya (2017) Satellite Remote Sensing of Salt-Affected Soils: Potentials and Limitations, Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 16(2):97-107

  • Surender Singh, Anil Bhardwaj and V.K Verma (2016) Hydrological Characterization of Dholbaha Watershed in Shivalik Foot-hills Using Remote Sensing and GIS, Journal of Agricultural Engineering, 53(2) April-June 2016.

  • Navaneet Kumar Das, V. K. Verma and Minakshi (2015) Land Use and Land Cover Change Analysis of Hussainiwala Wetland Ecosystem Using Remote Sensing and GIS, Indian Journal of Ecology (2015) 42(2), 306-310

  • Minakshi and Verma, V.K. (2014) Land Resources Appraisal Using Satellite Remote Sensing and GIS: A Case Study of Rajni Devi Sub-watershed (District Hoshiarpur) Indian J. Ecol. (2014) 41(1) : 23-26.

  • Verma,VK, Beruchashvili Giorgi, Chiroka Eyasu, Omarov Eltekin, Djellakh Amina and Muzein Bedru (2014) Spatial Soil Erosion Modeling using RUSLE, GIS and RS: A Case Study of North-east Punjab (India) Proc. 4th International Conference on Hydrology and Watershed Management, held at JNTUH Hyderabad India, 29 Oct-01 Nov 2014.

  • Papers presented in Conference/Seminar/Symposium:

  • Birinder Kaur, Nehra Sunil, Verma, VK, Pateriya B. (2019) Time Series analysis of Impact of Watershed development using Remote Sensing and GIS. Paper presented In National Conference on Big Geospatial Data: Anaytics, Modelling and Applications, 25-26 Sepetember 2019 at Punjab Remote Sensing Centre, Ludhiana.

  • Sarabjit Singh, Nehra Sunil, Verma, VK, Pateriya, B. (2019) Analysis and Change Detection of hydrological, ecological and human activities in a watershed using Geoinformatic Techniques. Paper presented In National Conference on Big Geospatial Data: Anaytics, Modelling and Applications, 25-26 Sepetember 2019 at Punjab Remote Sensing Centre, Ludhiana.

  • Sunil, Nehra , Singh, Sarabjit, Kaur Birinder, Verma, VK, Pateriya, B. (2019) Site suitability evaluation for mulberry based sericulture development – A case study of northern district (Gurdaspur) of Punjab. Paper presented In National Conference on Big Geospatial Data: Anaytics, Modelling and Applications, 25-26 Sepetember 2019 at Punjab Remote Sensing Centre, Ludhiana.

  • Shivani Singh, Sunil Nehra, Birinder Kaur, V.K. Verma and B. Pateriya (2018) Geo-informatics based Database Creation & Management of Panchayat level Infrastructural Assets: A Case Study of Pakhowal Block, Ludhiana” at National Conference on Role of Geospatial Technologies to Bridge the Rural and Urban Divide held at PRSC Ludhiana ( 22-23 February 2018). (Received First Best Poster Award)

  • Birinder Kaur, Shivani Singh, Sunil Nehra, Neeraj Kumar, Jaspreet Kaur Khaira, Sarabjit Singh, V.K. Verma, Brijendra Pateriya (2018) Wateshed analysis ans change monitoring using remote sensing and GIS. at National Conference on Role of Geospatial Technologies to Bridge the Rural and Urban Divide held at PRSC Ludhiana ( 22-23 February 2018).

  • Jaspreet Kaur Khaira, Shivani Singh,VK Verma, B. Pateriya (2018) Watershed mapping and management using geospatial techniques: A Case study. at National Conference on Role of Geospatial Technologies to Bridge the Rural and Urban Divide held at PRSC Ludhiana ( 22-23 February 2018).

  • Story Map - "Footprints of a lifeline: Harike wetland in Question" ESRI India User Conference, 13-14 December 2017.

  • Verma V.K. and B. Pateriya (2017) Geoinformatics for disaster impact assessment and management. Paper presented during ICSSR Sponsored National Seminar on Disaster Risk Reduction in North-Western India organized by Centre of Advanced Study Department of Geography Panjab University, Chandigarh (March 6-7, 2017)

  • Verma V.K. (2017) Geoinformatics for Natural Resources and Environment (Key Note Address) at National Conference on Geoinformatics for Natural Resource management, 7-8 February 2017 at Jamia Milia Islamia, New Delhi

  • Verma V.K. (2017) Village Information System for selected villages of Punjab. Presented at special session of NRDMS on 25 January 2017 at Geospatial World Forum, Hyderabad.

  • Verma V.K. and B. Pateriya (2017) Geoinformatics for Environment and Natural Resource Management: Developments and Applications. National Seminar on "Recent Trends in Plant and Environmental Sciences" on February 9-10, 2017 at Guru Nanak Dev University Amritsar.

  • Shivani Singh, Amir Latif, V.K. Verma, Minakshi and B. Pateriya (2017) Watershed based Characterization of Wetlands: A Case Study of Dholbaha Wetland using Geospatial Technology. Regional Seminar on Geospatial Technology in Natural Resource Management, Punjab Remote Sensing Centre, Ludhiana.

  • Shivani Singh, Vivek Kanwar, Heera Singh, V.K. Verma, Minakshi & B. Pateriya (2017) Remote Sensing & GIS Based Inventory of Orchards for better Management and Planning: A Case Study in Selected Districts of Punjab. Paper presented at Regional Conference on Space Technology for Sustainable Development 21-22 March 2017 at HARSAC Hisar.

  • Sarabjit Singh, Sunil Nehra, Shivani Singh, Birinder Kaur, VK Verma, Harbans Singh* and B. Pateriya (2016) Geospatial Approach for Creation of Village Information System for Better Development and Planning: A Case Study : Village Barewal Dogran. Paper presented at 17 th APG Meet and National conference held at SCD Govt. College Ludhiana on 4-5 November, 2016.

  • Birinder Kaur, Vivek Kanwar, Shivani Singh, Sunil Nehra,VK Verma, and B. Pateriya. (2016) Geoinfomatics Support for Monitoring of Wetlands for Conservation Planning; A Case study of Kanjli Wetland. Paper presented at 17 th APG Meet and National Conference held at SCD Govt. College Ludhiana on 4-5 November, 2016.

  • Singh Shivani, Latif Amir, Verma V.K., Minakshi and Pateriya B. (2015) Remote Sensing and GIS Based Morphometric Analysis of Dholbaha Wetland in District Hoshiarpur, Punjab. Proc. Geospatial Seminar on Geospatial Technology in NRM held on 17-18 March 2015 at PRSC Ludhiana, pp 54.

  • Nehra Sunil, Verma V.K., Minakshi and Pateriya B. (2015) Remote Sensing and GIS Based 3D and Morphometric Analysis for Wetland Conservation - A Case Study of Nangal Wetland, District Rupnagar, Punjab. Proc. Geospatial Seminar on Geospatial Technology in NRM held on 17-18 March 2015 at PRSC Ludhiana, pp 56.

  • Singh Sukhdeep, Bhardwaj Anil and Verma VK ( 2015) Impact of pollution on water quality of Sutlej and Beas river in Harike wetland. Proc. Geospatial Seminar on Geospatial Technology in NRM held on 17-18 March 2015 at PRSC Ludhiana, pp 43.

  • M. Kaur*, S. Singh, V.K. Verma and B. Pateriya Quantitative Geomorphological Analysis & Land Use/ Land Cover Change Detection of Two Sub- Watersheds in NE Region Of Punjab, India. (2014) The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, Volume XL-8, 2014, ISPRS Technical Commission VIII Symposium, 09 – 12 December 2014, Hyderabad, India

  • Kaur M., Singh S., Verma V.K., and Pateriya B. (2014).Quantitative Geomorphological Analysis & Land Use/ Land Cover Change Detection of Two Sub-Watersheds in NE region of Punjab, India Proc. ISPRS TC VIII Mid-Term Symposium, Hyderabad during 09-12 December, 2014.

  • ACM

  • Minakshi, Singh S, Verma V K and Pateriya B (2014). Quantitative geomorphological analysis & land use/ land cover change detection of two sub- watersheds in ne region of Punjab, India. The Int Arch Photogram Rem Sen Saptial Info Sci XL(8): 371-75.

  • Minakshi, Singh S and Pateriya B (2017) Geospatial Analysis of Urban Sprawl Patterns in Amritsar City, Punjab, India. International Journal of Applied Information Systems (IJAIS) – ISSN: 2249-0868 Foundation of Computer Science FCS, New York, USA Volume 11(8):8-14.

  • Bhatti, S.S., Bhat, S.A., Kumar, V., Kaur, M., Minakshi, Sambyal, V., Singh, J., Vig, A.P. and Nagpal, A.K (2017) Ecological risk assessment of metals in roadside agricultural soils: A modified approach. Human and Ecological Risk assessment. 24(1), 186-201.

  • Kumar, V., Sharma, A., Minakshi, Bhardwaj, R and Thukral, A.K. (2018) Temporal distribution, source apportionment, and pollution assessment of metals in the sediments of Beas River, India. Human and Ecological Risk assessment.http://doi.org/10.1080/10807039.2018.1440529.

  • Naman Dogra 1 , Manik Sharma 2 , Anket Sharma 2 , Ali Keshavarzi 3 , Minakshi 4 , Renu Bhardwaj 2 , Ashwani Kumar Thukral 2 , Vinod Kumar 1 (2019) Pollution assessment and spatial distribution of agricultural roadside soil samples: A case study from India. International Journal of Environmental Health Research. Taylor & Francis group. http://doi.org/10.1080/09603123.2019.1578865

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