Publications

1. Pranamika Bora, Mala Dutta and Rani Kumari Shah, Status of Horticulture in Lakhimpur District of assam with Special reference to Laluk and Narayanpur ADO Circle , Indian Journal of Natural Scinces , vol.14, [2024]
2. Girimallika Borah and Nandita Saikia, Changing Population Dynamics, Losses and Adaptation to Recurring Floods in Bongaigaon, In: Biswas, B., Ghute, B.B. (eds) Flood Risk Management. Springer Natural Hazards. Springer, Singapore. , [2024], https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-97-2688-2_7
3. Kuladip Sarma,.., Ujjal Deka Baruah, Distribution mapping of five threatened medicinally important plant species of Arunachal Himalaya, Vegetos , [2023], https://doi.org/10.1007/s42535-023-00619-z
4. Parijat Borgohain, Barnali Patowary/ Edited by Subhash Anand, Madhushree Das, Rituparna Bhattacharyya, R.B. Singh, published by Springer, Sustainable Ethnic Tourism Development in Arunachal Pradesh, Sustainable development goals in North East India : Challenges and Achievements, International Geographical Union (IGU) Series: Advances in Environmental and Geographical Sciences, Springer Nature , 489-506, [2023]
5. Girimallika Borah, Nandita Saikia, Shyamanta Das, and Sanjeev Sharma, Wellbeing in the aftermath of floods: Findings from a qualitative study in Bongaigaon District of Assam, India, Wellbeing, Space and Society , [2023], https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wss.2023.100147
6. Gitika Thakuriah, Geospatial Tool-Based Geomorphological Mapping of The Lower Kulsi Basin, India, Indonesian Journal on Geoscience , vol.10, 229-244, [2023], 10.17014/ijog.10.2.229-244
7. Sonowal Gulap and Thakuriah Gitika, Used of Geospatial tools to detect the Flood Hazards in Dibru River Basin, Assam (India), Disaster Advances , vol.16, 42-52, [2023], 0974-262X DOI: 10.25303/1601da042052
8. Gitika Thakuriah, GIS‑based revised universal soil loss equation for estimating annual soil erosion: a case of lower Kulsi basin, India, SN Applied Sciences , vol.5, [2023], https://doi.org/10.1007/s42452-023-05303-0
9. Gitika Thakuriah, Geographic information system and analytical hierarchical process approach for groundwater potential zone of lower Kulsi basin, India , Sustainable Water Resources Management (2023) 9:85 , vol.9, [2023], https://doi.org/10.1007/s40899-023-00870-x
10. Gitika Thakuriah, Geospatial and. Analytical Hierarchical Process approach for potential ssiyrs of water harvesting in lower Kilsi basin, India, GeoScape , vol.17, 58-73, [2023], https://doi.org/10.2478/geosc-2023-0005
11. Mala Dutta and Rani Kumari Shah, E-Waste Generation, Awareness and Management Policies in Higher Educational Institutions: A Case Study from Cotton University, Assam , Indian Journal of Natural Sciences , vol.14, 65897-65906, [2023]
12. Mala Dutta, Agricultural Landuse and Productivity in North-East India, Recent Advances in Social Science Research: In the Context of India's North-East, Gogoi, Saikia (Eds) , 64-80, [2023]
13. Ujjal Deka Baruah, Agro-Climatic Constraints and the Adaptive Empirical Knowledge System of Indigenous Farmers in Assam, India, Traditional Ecological Knowledge of Resource Management in Asia , 333–348, [2023], https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-16840-6_20
14. Anwesha Mahanta, Parijat Borgohain, Urban livability and contextual uncertainties: An assessment of livability through the lens of urban dwellers in Guwahati, India, Journal of Infrastructure, Policy and Development, Singapore , vol.6, [2022], 1395
15. Das K, What Additionally the Ecologically Fragile North-East Region of India Could do to Alleviate Poverty and Ensure Decent Work, North Eastern Geographer , vol.41, 113-136, [2022]
16. Das. R and Barnali Gogoi, Analysing River Bank Erosion Vulnerability of Sadiya Region, Assam, India, Ecology, Environment and Conservation Paper , vol.28, 452-458, [2022]
17. Gulap Sonowal, Gitika Thakuriah and Satyendra Hazarika, Role of Channel Migration and Influencing Hydro-Geomorphic Attributes in Dibru River Basin Using Remote Sensing and GIS, Nature Environment and Pollution Technology , vol.21, 2035-2054 , [2022], https://doi.org/10.46488/NEPT.2022.v21i05.003
18. Gulap Sonowal and Gitika Thakuriah, Land use and Land cover Detection using Geo-spatial Tools for Sustainable Land Use Planning , Eco. Env. & Cons. , vol.28, S311-S318, [2022], http://doi.org/10.53550/EEC.2022.v28i01s.044
19. Ujjal Deka Baruah, Habitat suitability of Gymnocladus assamicus - A critically endangered plant of Arunachal Pradesh, India using machine learning and statistical modeling, Acta Ecologica Sinica , [2022], https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chnaes.2022.05.009
20. Ujjal Deka Baruah, Spatio-temporal characterization of tropospheric ozone and its precursor pollutants NO2 and HCHO over South Asia, Science of The Total Environment , vol.809, 151135, [2022], https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2021.151135
21. Gitika Thakuriah and Gulap Sonowal, Hydro-Geomorphic Approach for Identifying River Dolphin Habitation in Kulsi River, India, Journal of Indian Geomorphology , vol.10, 62-76, [2022]
22. Mala Dutta, Crop Productivity Zones in Assam: A Geospatial Analysis, North Eastern Geographers , vol.42, 78-90, [2022]
23. Girimallika Borah , Distress Migration and Involuntary Return During Pandemic in Assam: Characteristics and Determinants, Indian Journal of Labour Economics , [2022], doi.org/10.1007/s41027-022-00392-8
24. Ujjal Deka Baruah & Nitashree Mili, Spatial Distribution and Trend Estimation of Tropospheric Formaldehyde: A Space-Borne Observation Over South Asia, Environmental Change in South Asia , 171-185, [2022], https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-47660-1_9
25. Ujjal Deka Baruah, When the Bough Breaks: Spatial Variability of Tropospheric Ozone in the Indian Sub-continent, In: Saikia, A., Thapa, P. (eds) Environmental Change in South Asia. Springer, Cham , [2022], https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-47660-1_11
26. Girimallika Borah, Gender gap in life expectancy in India and role of age groups: A comparison between before and after male – female life expectancy at birth crossover, PLos One, 16 , [2021], https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0260657
27. Shrabani Devi, Parijat Borgohain, Influence of Namghars in Assamese Society of Barpeta District of Assam, Shodh Sarita , vol.8, 144-148, [2021]
28. Shrabani Devi, Parijat Borgohain, Management of Namghar in Assam, Shodh Sanchar , vol.11, 166-169, [2021]
29. Dr. Gitika Thakuraiah, A study on the bank erosion by the river Jia Bharali and its impact on the Panchmile area of Tezpur town, IJARET(Scopus listed) , [2021]
30. Ujjal Deka Baruah, Perceptions and adaptation behavior of farmers to climate change in the upper Brahmaputra Valley, India, Environment, Development and Sustainability, Springer Nature, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10668-021-01309-z , [2021]
31. Mala Dutta, Sericulture Farming in Udalguri, Assam: A Case Study of Sericulture Farming of Sapkhaity Farm, Exploring the North-East: Past, Present and Future, An edited volume of selected articles, Kalita, Sarma (eds) , vol.1, 116-135, [2021]
32. Dr. Mala Dutta, A study on Avifaunal diversity and distribution in the Puthimari beel of Barpeta District, Assam., Studies in Indian Place Names (UGC Care Listed), Volume 40, Issue 50, ISSN 23943114. , [2020]
33. Dr. Mala Dutta, Economic potential of Kapla Beel of Barpeta District, Assam., TEST, Engineering and management (Scopus Indexed journal), Vol. 83,Issue March-April 2020, ISSN: 01934120 , [2020]
34. Dr. Barnali Gogoi, Soil Loss Assessment in Sadiya Region, Assam , India using Remote Sensing and GIS.(Co-authored), Indian Journal of Science and Technology , vol 13 issue 23, 2020 pages 2319-2327 ISSN P- 0974-6846, E - 0974-5645 , [2020]
35. Ujjal Deka Baruah & Nitashree Mili, Detection of Anomalies and Approximate Change Point in Temperature, Assam, India, 42 (1), Transaction, https://iigeo.org/transaction-contents-vol-42-1/ , [2020]
36. Mala Dutta, Environmental Status and Changing Landuse/Landcover of Kapla Beel in Barpeta District, Assam, International Journal of Research and Analytical Reviews , vol.6, 314-322, [2019]
37. Mala Dutta, Ecological Status of Wetlands in Barpeta District, Harnessing Wetlands for Sustainable Livelihood, P. Sharma et.al (eds) , 125-136, [2019]
38. Mala Dutta, HYV Rice Farming in Assam: Spatio-Temporal Patterns, Problems and Prospects. , Geographical Review of India , vol.71, 32-43, [2009]
39. Mala Dutta, Women's Participation in Rice Faming in Assam, Concerns and Voices: A Collection of Essay, Cotton College Women's Forum , vol.1, [2009]
40. Mala Dutta, Place of Rice Farming in Assamese Life and Culture, City, Society and Planning , vol.2, 359-373, [2007]
41. Mala Dutta, Agriculture, Geography of Assam, Bhagabati, Bora, Kar (eds), First ed: 2001 , 169-189, [2001]