|A review of the occurrence of pharmaceuticals and personal care products in Indian water bodies|
K Balakrishna, A Rath, Y Praveenkumarreddy, KS Guruge, B Subedi
Ecotoxicology and environmental safety 137, 113-120, 2017
|Mass loading and removal of pharmaceuticals and personal care products including psychoactives, antihypertensives, and antibiotics in two sewage treatment plants in southern India|
B Subedi, K Balakrishna, DI Joshua, K Kannan
Chemosphere 167, 429-437, 2017
|Mass loading and removal of pharmaceuticals and personal care products, including psychoactive and illicit drugs and artificial sweeteners, in five sewage treatment plants in India|
B Subedi, K Balakrishna, RK Sinha, N Yamashita, VG Balasubramanian, ...
Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering 3 (4), 2882-2891, 2015
|Organic carbon transport and C/N ratio variations in a large tropical river: Godavari as a case study, India|
K Balakrishna, JL Probst
Biogeochemistry 73, 457-473, 2005
|Occurrence and fate of parabens and their metabolites in five sewage treatment plants in India|
R Karthikraj, AK Vasu, K Balakrishna, RK Sinha, K Kannan
Science of the Total Environment 593, 592-598, 2017
|Controls on intense silicate weathering in a tropical river, southwestern India|
GP Gurumurthy, K Balakrishna, J Riotte, JJ Braun, S Audry, HNU Shankar, ...
Chemical Geology 300, 61-69, 2012
|Distribution and relationships of antimicrobial resistance determinants among extended-spectrum-cephalosporin-resistant or carbapenem-resistant Escherichia coli isolates from …|
M Akiba, T Sekizuka, A Yamashita, M Kuroda, Y Fujii, M Murata, K Lee, ...
Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy 60 (5), 2972-2980, 2016
|Impact of wastewater from different sources on the prevalence of antimicrobial-resistant Escherichia coli in sewage treatment plants in South India|
M Akiba, H Senba, H Otagiri, VP Prabhasankar, S Taniyasu, N Yamashita, ...
Ecotoxicology and environmental safety 115, 203-208, 2015
|Removal rates of antibiotics in four sewage treatment plants in South India|
VP Prabhasankar, DI Joshua, K Balakrishna, IF Siddiqui, S Taniyasu, ...
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 23, 8679-8685, 2016
|Oxygen and hydrogen isotopic composition of major Indian rivers: a first global assessment|
L Lambs, K Balakrishna, F Brunet, JL Probst
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 19 (17), 3345-3355, 2005
|Geochemistry and assessment of metal pollution in soils and river components of a monsoon-dominated environment near Karwar, southwest coast of India|
B Manjunatha, K Balakrishna, R Shankar, T Mahalingam
Environmental Geology 40, 1462-1470, 2001
|Significance of riverine carbon transport: a case study of a large tropical river, Godavari (India)|
MM Sarin, AK Sudheer, K Balakrishna
SCIENCE IN CHINA SERIES C LIFE SCIENCES-ENGLISH EDITION- 45 (SUPP), 97-108, 2002
|Assessment of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs from selected wastewater treatment plants of Southwestern India|
Y Praveenkumarreddy, K Vimalkumar, BR Ramaswamy, V Kumar, ...
Emerging contaminants 7, 43-51, 2021
|Seasonal occurrence and risk assessment of pharmaceutical and personal care products in Bengaluru rivers and lakes, India|
CM Gopal, K Bhat, BR Ramaswamy, V Kumar, RK Singhal, H Basu, ...
Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering 9 (4), 105610, 2021
|The transport of osmium and strontium isotopes through a tropical estuary|
M Sharma, K Balakrishna, AW Hofmann, R Shankar
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 71 (20), 4856-4867, 2007
|Distribution of U–Th nuclides in the riverine and coastal environments of the tropical southwest coast of India|
K Balakrishna, R Shankar, MM Sarin, BR Manjunatha
Journal of environmental radioactivity 57 (1), 21-33, 2001
|Occurrence of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in air and soil surrounding a coal-fired thermal power plant in the south-west coast of India|
MM Gune, WL Ma, S Sampath, W Li, YF Li, HN Udayashankar, ...
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 26, 22772-22782, 2019
|First report of pharmaceuticals and personal care products in two tropical rivers of southwestern India|
DI Joshua, Y Praveenkumarreddy, VP Prabhasankar, AP D’Souza, ...
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 192, 1-8, 2020
|Natural and anthropogenic factors controlling the dissolved organic carbon concentrations and fluxes in a large tropical river, India|
K Balakrishna, IA Kumar, G Srinikethan, G Mugeraya
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 122, 355-364, 2006
|Dissolved trace element biogeochemistry of a tropical river, Southwestern India|
M Tripti, GP Gurumurthy, K Balakrishna, MD Chadaga
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 20, 4067-4077, 2013