Srinivas Bikkina
Srinivas Bikkina
JSPS Post Doctoral Fellow, Chubu University, Japan
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A review of dicarboxylic acids and related compounds in atmospheric aerosols: Molecular distributions, sources and transformation
K Kawamura, S Bikkina
Atmospheric Research 170, 140-160, 2016
Aerosol iron solubility over Bay of Bengal: Role of anthropogenic sources and chemical processing
A Kumar, MM Sarin, B Srinivas
Marine Chemistry 121 (1-4), 167-175, 2010
PM2. 5, EC and OC in atmospheric outflow from the Indo-Gangetic Plain: Temporal variability and aerosol organic carbon-to-organic mass conversion factor
B Srinivas, MM Sarin
Science of the total environment 487, 196-205, 2014
Brown carbon in atmospheric outflow from the Indo-Gangetic Plain: Mass absorption efficiency and temporal variability
B Srinivas, MM Sarin
Atmospheric Environment 89, 835-843, 2014
High abundances of oxalic, azelaic and glyoxylic acids and methylglyoxal in the open ocean with high biological activity: Implication for secondary SOA formation from isoprene
S Bikkina, K Kawamura, Y Miyazaki, P Fu
Geophysical Research Letters, 2014
Mass absorption efficiency of light absorbing organic aerosols from source region of paddy-residue burning emissions in the Indo-Gangetic Plain
B Srinivas, N Rastogi, MM Sarin, A Singh, D Singh
Atmospheric Environment 125, 360-370, 2015
Light absorbing organic aerosols (brown carbon) over the tropical Indian Ocean: impact of biomass burning emissions
B Srinivas, MM Sarin
Environmental research letters 8 (4), 044042, 2013
Atmospheric deposition of N, P and Fe to the Northern Indian Ocean: Implications to C-and N-fixation
B Srinivas, MM Sarin
Science of The Total Environment 456, 104-114, 2013
Atmospheric Deposition of Inorganic and Organic Nitrogen to the Bay of Bengal: Impact of Continental Outflow
B Srinivas, MM Sarin, V Sarma
Marine Chemistry, 2011
Impact of anthropogenic sources on aerosol iron solubility over the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea
B Srinivas, MM Sarin, A Kumar
Biogeochemistry, 1-12, 2011
Atmospheric dry-deposition of mineral dust and anthropogenic trace metals to the Bay of Bengal
B Srinivas, MM Sarin
Journal of Marine Systems 126, 56-68, 2013
Anthropogenic sulphate aerosols and large Cl-deficit in marine atmospheric boundary layer of tropical Bay of Bengal
M Sarin, A Kumar, B Srinivas, AK Sudheer, N Rastogi
Journal of atmospheric chemistry, 1-10, 2010
Atmospheric pathways of phosphorous to the Bay of Bengal: Contribution from anthropogenic sources and mineral dust
B Srinivas, M Sarin
Tellus B 64, 2012
Latitudinal distributions of atmospheric dicarboxylic acids, oxocarboxylic acids, and α‐dicarbonyls over the western North Pacific: Sources and formation pathways
S Bikkina, K Kawamura, Y Miyazaki
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 120 (10), 5010-5035, 2015
Pyrogenic iron: The missing link to high iron solubility in aerosols
A Ito, S Myriokefalitakis, M Kanakidou, NM Mahowald, RA Scanza, ...
Science advances 5 (5), eaau7671, 2019
Atmospheric transport of mineral dust from the Indo-Gangetic Plain: Temporal variability, acid processing and iron solubility
Srinivas, B, Sarin, M.M., Rengarajan, R.
Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems, DOI 10.1002/2014GC005, 2014
Hygroscopic growth of particles nebulized from water-soluble extracts of PM2. 5 aerosols over the Bay of Bengal: Influence of heterogeneity in air masses and formation pathways
SKR Boreddy, K Kawamura, S Bikkina, MM Sarin
Science of the Total Environment 544, 661-669, 2016
Carbon isotope‐constrained seasonality of carbonaceous aerosol sources from an urban location (Kanpur) in the Indo‐Gangetic Plain
S Bikkina, A Andersson, K Ram, MM Sarin, RJ Sheesley, EN Kirillova, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 122 (9), 4903-4923, 2017
Reviews and syntheses: the GESAMP atmospheric iron deposition model intercomparison study
S Myriokefalitakis, A Ito, M Kanakidou, A Nenes, MC Krol, NM Mahowald, ...
Biogeosciences 15, 6659-6684, 2018
Stable carbon and nitrogen isotopic composition of fine mode aerosols (PM2.5) over the Bay of Bengal: impact of continental sources
S Bikkina, K Kawamura, M Sarin
Tellus B: Chemical and Physical Meteorology 68 (1), 31518, 2016
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