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V.K. Jain
V.K. Jain
Professor(Retd), School of Environmental Sciences, JNU, New Delhi/ Currently VC at Tezpur University
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Time series models (Grey-Markov, Grey Model with rolling mechanism and singular spectrum analysis) to forecast energy consumption in India
U Kumar, VK Jain
Energy 35 (4), 1709-1716, 2010
4662010
Characterization and source identification of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in the urban environment of Delhi
H Sharma, VK Jain, ZH Khan
Chemosphere 66 (2), 302-310, 2007
2682007
ARIMA forecasting of ambient air pollutants (O3, NO, NO2 and CO)
U Kumar, VK Jain
Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment 24, 751-760, 2010
2312010
In vitro toxicity assessment of chitosan oligosaccharide coated iron oxide nanoparticles
S Shukla, A Jadaun, V Arora, RK Sinha, N Biyani, VK Jain
Toxicology reports 2, 27-39, 2015
2182015
A comparative study of air quality index based on factor analysis and US-EPA methods for an urban environment
B Bishoi, A Prakash, VK Jain
Aerosol and Air Quality Research 9 (1), 1-17, 2009
2102009
Formation of ozone by fireworks
AK Attri, U Kumar, VK Jain
Nature 411 (6841), 1015-1015, 2001
1822001
Seasonal variation and sources of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in indoor and outdoor air in a semi arid tract of northern India
J Masih, R Singhvi, K Kumar, VK Jain, A Taneja
Aerosol and Air Quality Research 12 (4), 515-525, 2012
1622012
Source apportionment of total suspended particulate matter in coarse and fine size ranges over Delhi
A Srivastava, S Gupta, VK Jain
Aerosol and Air Quality Research 8 (2), 188-200, 2008
1402008
Modelling of electrical energy consumption in Delhi
M Ranjan, VK Jain
Energy 24 (4), 351-361, 1999
1341999
Size distribution and source identification of total suspended particulate matter and associated heavy metals in the urban atmosphere of Delhi
A Srivastava, VK Jain
Chemosphere 68 (3), 579-589, 2007
1142007
Assessment of indoor air concentrations of VOCs and their associated health risks in the library of Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi
A Kumar, BP Singh, M Punia, D Singh, K Kumar, VK Jain
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 21, 2240-2248, 2014
1062014
A study of urban heat island and its association with particulate matter during winter months over Delhi
P Pandey, D Kumar, A Prakash, J Masih, M Singh, S Kumar, VK Jain, ...
Science of the Total Environment 414, 494-507, 2012
1022012
Ozone distribution in the urban environment of Delhi during winter months
A Singh, SM Sarin, P Shanmugam, N Sharma, AK Attri, VK Jain
Atmospheric Environment 31 (20), 3421-3427, 1997
931997
SEM-EDX analysis of various sizes aerosols in Delhi India
A Srivastava, VK Jain, A Srivastava
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 150, 405-416, 2009
902009
Excitation of the modified Simon–Hoh instability in an electron beam produced plasma
Y Sakawa, C Joshi, PK Kaw, FF Chen, VK Jain
Physics of Fluids B: Plasma Physics 5 (6), 1681-1694, 1993
871993
Autoregressive integrated moving averages (ARIMA) modelling of a traffic noise time series
K Kumar, VK Jain
Applied Acoustics 58 (3), 283-294, 1999
851999
A wavelet-based neural network model to predict ambient air pollutants’ concentration
A Prakash, U Kumar, K Kumar, VK Jain
Environmental Modeling & Assessment 16, 503-517, 2011
842011
A study of the spectral characteristics of traffic noise attenuation by vegetation belts in Delhi
V Tyagi, K Kumar, VK Jain
Applied Acoustics 67 (9), 926-935, 2006
842006
Size distribution and source apportionment of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in aerosol particle samples from the atmospheric environment of Delhi, India
S Gupta, K Kumar, A Srivastava, A Srivastava, VK Jain
Science of the Total Environment 409 (22), 4674-4680, 2011
802011
Winter-time size distribution and source apportionment of total suspended particulate matter and associated metals in Delhi
A Srivastava, S Gupta, VK Jain
Atmospheric Research 92 (1), 88-99, 2009
732009
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