Ghulam Jeelani
Ghulam Jeelani
Professor, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Kashmir, Srinagar.
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Geochemical characteristics of water and sediment from the Dal Lake, Kashmir Himalaya: constraints on weathering and anthropogenic activity
G Jeelani, AQ Shah
Environmental Geology 50 (1), 12-23, 2006
Role of snow and glacier melt in controlling river hydrology in Liddar watershed (western Himalaya) under current and future climate
G Jeelani, JJ Feddema, CJ van der Veen, L Stearns
Water Resources Research 48 (12), W12508, 2012
Use of δ18O tracer to identify stream and spring origins of a mountainous catchment: A case study from Liddar watershed, Western Himalaya, India
GH Jeelani, NA Bhat, K Shivanna
Journal of Hydrology 393 (3-4), 257-264, 2010
Variation of δ18O and δD in precipitation and stream waters across the Kashmir Himalaya (India) to distinguish and estimate the seasonal sources of stream flow
G Jeelani, US Kumar, B Kumar
Journal of Hydrology 481, 157-165, 2013
Weathering and anthropogenic influences on the water and sediment chemistry of Wular Lake, Kashmir Himalaya
JA Sheikh, G Jeelani, RS Gavali, RA Shah
Environmental Earth Sciences 71, 2837-2846, 2014
Aquifer response to regional climate variability in a part of Kashmir Himalaya in India
G Jeelani
Hydrogeology Journal 16 (8), 1625-1633, 2008
Geochemical characterization of surface water and spring water in SE Kashmir Valley, western Himalaya: Implications to water–rock interaction
GH Jeelani, NA Bhat, K Shivanna, MY Bhat
Journal of earth system science 120 (5), 921-932, 2011
Estimation of snow and glacier melt contribution to Liddar stream in a mountainous catchment, western Himalaya: an isotopic approach
G Jeelani, RA Shah, N Jacob, RD Deshpande
Isotopes in environmental and health studies 53 (1), 18-35, 2017
Variation of δ18O, δD and 3H in karst springs of south Kashmir, western Himalayas (India)
G Jeelani, US Kumar, NA Bhat, S Sharma, B Kumar
Hydrological processes 29 (4), 522-530, 2015
Assessing variability of water quality in a groundwater-fed perennial lake of Kashmir Himalayas using linear geostatistics
S Sarah, GH Jeelani, S Ahmed
Journal of earth system science 120 (3), 399-411, 2011
A new method of snowmelt sampling for water stable isotopes
D Penna, M Ahmad, SJ Birks, L Bouchaou, M Brenčič, S Butt, L Holko, ...
Hydrological processes 28 (22), 5637-5644, 2014
Chemical quality of the spring waters of Anantnag, Kashmir
GH Jeelani
Effect of subsurface lithology on hydrochemistry of springs of a part of Kashmir Himalaya
G Jeelani
Himalayan Geology 25 (2), 145-151, 2004
Influence of southwest monsoons in the Kashmir Valley, western Himalayas
G Jeelani, RD Deshpande, RA Shah, W Hassan
Isotopes in environmental and health studies 53 (4), 400-412, 2017
Hydrogeochemistry of Dal Lake and the potential for present, future management by using facies, ionic ratios, and statistical analysis
M Saleem, G Jeelani, RA Shah
Environmental earth sciences 74 (4), 3301-3313, 2015
Water chemistry of three Himalayan lakes: Dal (Jammu and Kashmir), Khajjiar (Himachal Pradesh) and Nainital (Uttarakhand)
RK Saini, S Swain, A Patra, GJ Khanday, H Gupta, P Purushothaman
Himalayan Geology 29, 63-72, 2008
Hydrogeology of hard rock aquifer in Kashmir Valley: Complexities and uncertainties
G Jeelani
Groundwater Dynamics in Hard Rock Aquifers, 243-248, 2008
Distinguishing and estimating recharge to karst springs in snow and glacier dominated mountainous basins of the western Himalaya, India
G Jeelani, RA Shah, RD Deshpande, AE Fryar, J Perrin, A Mukherjee
Journal of hydrology 550, 239-252, 2017
Delineation of the recharge areas and distinguishing the sources of karst springs in Bringi watershed, Kashmir Himalayas using hydrochemistry and environmental isotopes
NA Bhat, G Jeelani
Journal of Earth System Science 124 (8), 1667-1676, 2015
Hydrogeochemical assessment of groundwater in Kashmir Valley, India
GH Jeelani, RA Shah, A Hussain
Journal of earth system science 123 (5), 1031-1043, 2014
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