U. C. Mohanty
U. C. Mohanty
Professor, School of Earth Ocean & Climate Sciences, IIT Bhubaneswar
Verified email at iitbbs.ac.in
TitleCited byYear
Changes in the characteristics of rain events in India
SK Dash, MA Kulkarni, UC Mohanty, K Prasad
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 114 (D10), 2009
2242009
Changes in moisture and energy fluxes due to agricultural land use and irrigation in the Indian Monsoon Belt
EM Douglas, D Niyogi, S Frolking, JB Yeluripati, RA Pielke Sr, N Niyogi, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 33 (14), 2006
1562006
Onsets of the Asian summer monsoon 1979–82
RP Pearce, UC Mohanthy
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 41 (9), 1620-1639, 1984
1501984
Onsets of the Asian Summer Monsoon 1979 82
P R.P, M U.C
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 41 (9), 1620-1639, 1984
150*1984
Western disturbances: a review
AP Dimri, D Niyogi, AP Barros, J Ridley, UC Mohanty, T Yasunari, ...
Reviews of Geophysics 53 (2), 225-246, 2015
1122015
Numerical simulation of the surge generated by the 1977 Andhra cyclone
B Johns, SK Dube, UC Mohanty, PC Sinha
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 107 (454), 919-934, 1981
1051981
Analysis of the 26 July 2005 heavy rain event over Mumbai, India using the Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model
A Kumar, J Dudhia, R Rotunno, D Niyogi, UC Mohanty
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 134 (636), 1897-1910, 2008
932008
The role of land surface processes on the mesoscale simulation of the July 26, 2005 heavy rain event over Mumbai, India
HI Chang, A Kumar, D Niyogi, UC Mohanty, F Chen, J Dudhia
Global and Planetary Change 67 (1-2), 87-103, 2009
872009
Simulation of Orissa super cyclone (1999) using PSU/NCAR mesoscale model
UC Mohanty, M Mandal, S Raman
Natural Hazards 31 (2), 373-390, 2004
822004
Simulation of storm surges using a three‐dimensional numerical model: An application to the 1977 Andhra cyclone
B Johns, PC Sinha, SK Dube, UC Mohanty, AD Rao
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 109 (459), 211-224, 1983
781983
Simulation of a severe thunderstorm event during the field experiment of STORM programme 2006, using WRF—NMM model.
AJ Litta, UC Mohanty
Current Science (00113891) 95 (2), 2008
772008
Sensitivity of physical parameterizations on prediction of tropical cyclone Nargis over the Bay of Bengal using WRF model
PVS Raju, J Potty, UC Mohanty
Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics 113 (3-4), 125, 2011
662011
Customization of WRF-ARW model with physical parameterization schemes for the simulation of tropical cyclones over North Indian Ocean
KK Osuri, UC Mohanty, A Routray, MA Kulkarni, M Mohapatra
Natural Hazards 63 (3), 1337-1359, 2012
642012
A comparative study on performance of MM5 and WRF models in simulation of tropical cyclones over Indian seas.
S Pattanayak, UC Mohanty
Current Science (00113891) 95 (7), 2008
642008
A study on the impact of parameterization of physical processes on prediction of tropical cyclones over the Bay of Bengal with NCAR/PSU mesoscale model
M Mandal, UC Mohanty, S Raman
Natural Hazards 31 (2), 391-414, 2004
632004
A study of heat and moisture budget over the Arabian Sea and their role in the onset and maintenance of summer monsoon
UC Mohanty, SK Dube, MP Singh
J. Meteor. Soc. Japan 61, 208-221, 1983
611983
Simulation of mesoscale features associated with intense western disturbances over western Himalayas
AP Dimri, UC Mohanty
Meteorological Applications: A journal of forecasting, practical …, 2009
592009
Mitigation of flooding and cyclone hazard in Orissa, India
P Chittibabu, SK Dube, JB Macnabb, TS Murty, AD Rao, UC Mohanty, ...
Natural Hazards 31 (2), 455-485, 2004
592004
Performance of GCMs for seasonal prediction over India—a case study for 2009 monsoon
N Acharya, SC Kar, UC Mohanty, MA Kulkarni, SK Dash
Theoretical and applied climatology 105 (3-4), 505-520, 2011
542011
Simulation of heavy rainfall events over Indian monsoon region using WRF-3DVAR data assimilation system
A Routray, UC Mohanty, D Niyogi, SRH Rizvi, KK Osuri
Meteorology and atmospheric physics 106 (1-2), 107-125, 2010
532010
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