Department Details

Department of Geography

1)    Pardeshi, S.D., Pardeshi, S.S. (2015). Role of Geoinformatics in Natural Resource Management. In A.R. Siddiqui, P.K. Singh(Eds.), Resource Management and Development Strategies: A Geographical Perspective, (pp.51-56). Allahabad India: Pravalika Publication, . ISBN: 9789384292218.
2)    Joshi, V.U. (2014). The Chambal Badlands. In V.S. Kale(Ed.), Landscapes and Landforms of India: World Geomorphological Landscapes (pp.143-149). U.S.: Springer. ISBN: 9401780285/9789401780285/9789401780292 .
3)    Joshi, V.U., Kale, V.S. (2013). Environmental Conflicts in Coastal Metropolitan Cities in India: Case Studies of Mumbai and Chennai Metropolitan Regions, India. In A.Z. Khan, L.X. Quynh, E. Corijn, F. Canters(Eds.), Sustainability in Coastal Urban Environment: Assessing conflicts of uses(Vol.4) (pp.319-354). Rome: Sapienza Università Editrice.
4)    Kale, V.S., Joshi, V.U. (2013). Coastal Environmental Resources and Users in Mumbai and Chennai Metropolitan Regions, India. In A.Z. Khan, L.X. Quynh, E. Corijn, F. Canters(Eds.), Sustainability in the CoastalUrban Environment: Thematic Profiles of Resources and their Users (Vol.3) (pp.249-300). Rome: Sapienza Università Editrice.
5)    Pardeshi, S.D., Pardeshi, S.S. (2012). Samkaalin Rajyashastra: Rajyashastrachya UpavidyashakhaAni Abhyaspaddhati. In P.R. Pawar(Ed.), Rajkiya Bhugol (Marathi) (pp.174-183). Pune: Diamond publications. ISBN: 9788184834765.
6)    Kale, V.S., Joshi, V.U. (2012). Urbanization, Human Mobility and Environmental Conflicts in Mumbai and Chennai Metropolitan Regions, India. In A.M. Williams(Ed.), Human Mobility in Coastal Regions: the Impact of Migration and Temporary Mobilities on Urbanization (Vol.2) (pp.129-160). Rome: Sapienza Università Editrice.
7)    Thomas, M.F., Kale, V.S. (2011). Tropical Environments. In K.J. Gregory, A. Goudie(Eds.), Handbook of Geomorphology (pp.447-468). London: Sage Publications. ISBN: 9781446295847/9781412929059/9781446250105.
  

Publications Before 2011


8)    Saptarshi, P.G, Jaybhaye, R.G., et.al. (2010). NA. Geography of World. Pune: Diamond publications.
9)    Kale, V.S. (2010). The Western Ghat: The Great Escarpment of India. In P. Migon(Ed.), Geomorphological Landscapes of the World (pp.257-264). New York: Springer. ISBN: 9789048130559/9789048130542/9789400790001.
10)    Joshi, V.U., Gaikhe, S. (2009). Geomorphic characteristics of a point bar and a mid- stream bar in a semi-arid river, Maharashtra, A case study of Karha River. In H.S. Sharma, V.S. Kale(Eds.), Geomorphology in India (pp.359-380). Allahabad: Prayag Pustak Bhawan. ISBN: 8186539786/9788186539781.
11)    Joshi, V.U. (2005). Morphological Adjustments of gullies on the anthropogenic interference in the landscape. In N. Chandrashekhar(Ed.), Quaternary Climatic Changes and Landforms (pp.327-256). Tirunelveli Publication.
12)    Jog, S.R., Pardeshi, S.D., Sultan, A. (2003). Rainwater Harvesting Techniques of Sustainable Water Resources Management. In D.N. Singh, J. Singh, K.N. Prudhviraju(Eds.), Water Crisis and Sustainable Management (pp.220-227). Varanasi: Tara Book Agency.
13)    Kale, V.S., Gupta, A., Singhvi, A.K. (2003). Late Pleistocene-Holocene Palaeohydrology of Monsoon Asia. In K.J. Gregory, G. Benito(Eds.), Palaeohydrology: Understanding Global Change (pp.213-232). Chichester, UK: John Wiley and Sons. ISBN: 9780470847398.
14)    Datye, V.S., Dhorde, A. (2002). Agriculture in Maharashtra. In J. Diddee, S.R. Jog, V.S. Kale, V.S. Datye(Eds.), Geography of Maharashtra (pp.159-179). Jaipur: Rawat . ISBN: 8170337461/9788170337461.
15)    Jog, S.R., Wakhare, A., Chaudhari, S., Unde, M., Pardeshi, S.D. (2002). Maharashtra Landscape: A Perspective. In J. Diddee, S.R. Jog, V.S. Kale, V.S. Datye(Eds.), Geography of Maharashtra (pp.19-57). Jaipur: Rawat. ISBN: 8170337461/9788170337461.
16)    Pardeshi, S.D., Dikshit, J.K. (2000). Development of soil Profiles in the Vertisols around Pune. In V.C. Jha(Ed.), Geomorphology and Remote Sensing (pp.45-52). Calcutta India: ACB publications .
17)    Baker, V.R., Kale, V.S. (1998). The role of extreme flood events in shaping bedrock channels. In K. Tinkler, E. Wohl(Eds.), Bedrock Channel over Rocks (Geophysical Monograph 107) (pp.153-165). USA:  American Geophysical Union. ISBN: 0875900909/9780875900902.
18)    Deodhar, L.A., Kale, V.S. (1998). Downstream adjustments in allochthonous rivers: Western Deccan Tarp Upland Region, India. In A.J. Miller, A. Gupta(Eds.), Varieties of Fluvial Forms (pp.295-315). New York: John Wiley and Sons. ISBN: 9780471973515.
19)    Gupta, A., Kale, V.S., Rajaguru, S.N. (1998). The Narmada River, India - Through space and time. In A.J. Miller, A. Gupta(Eds.), Varieties of Fluvial Forms (pp.113-143). New York: John Wiley and Sons. ISBN: 9780471973515.
20)    Kale, V.S., Ely, L.L., Enzel, Y., Baker, V.R. (1996). Palaeo and historical flood hydrology, Indian Peninsula. In J. Branson, A.G. Brown, K.J. Gregory(Eds.), Global Continental Changes: the Context of Palaeohydrology (pp.155-163). London: London Geological Society Special Publication. ISBN: 1897799691/9781897799697 .
21)    Kale, V.S., Joshi, V., Kelkar, N. (1994). Morphology and origin of valleyside gullies on colluvium, Western Upland Maharashtra, India. In K.R. Dikshit, V.S. Kale, M.N. Kaul(Eds.), India: Geomorphological Diversity : Essays in Honour of Professor A.B. Mukherji (pp.453-469). Jaipur: Rawat . ISBN: 9995390825/9789995390822.