Department Details

Department of Geography

1)    Joshi, V. (2022). Application of Fractal Dimension Technique on a Badland Topography in Tapi Basin, Deccan Trap Region, India. In P.K. Shit(Eds.), Geospatial Technology for Environmental Hazards (pp.435-458). Switzerland: Springer. ISBN: 9783030751968.
2)    Joshi, V., Kulkarni, S. (2022). Are the Badlands of Tapi Basin in Deccan Trap Region of India “Vanishing Landscape?” Badland Dynamics: Past, Present and Future!. In S. Mandal(Eds.), Applied Geomorphology and Contemporary Issues (pp.193–215). Switzerland: Springer Cham. ISBN: 9783031045325.
3)    Kandekar, A., Vyas, S., Bhade, V., Kumar B. (2022). Evaluating Glacier Change Dynamics Using GIScience. In G. Meraj(Eds.), GIScience for the Sustainable Management of Water Resources (pp.291-314). United States: Apple Academic Press. ISBN: 9781774910481.
4)    Sangode, S.J., Meshram, D.C., Kandekar, A.M., Abhale, A., Gudadhe, S.S., Rawat, S. (2022). Late Holocene advancements of denudational and depositional fronts in the Higher Himalaya: A case study from Chandra valley, Himachal Pradesh, India. In N. Kumaran(Eds.), Holocene Climate Change and Environment (pp.89-103). Netherlands: Elsevier. ISBN: 9780323900850.
5)    Chowdhary, A., Vyas, S. (2022). Seasonal Change Detection of Wetlands Using Remote Sensing and GIS. In G.S. Bhunia(Ed.), Anthropogeomorphology (pp.605-616). Switzerland: Springer. ISBN: 9783030775711.
6)    Korade M.S., Dhorde A.G. (2022). Temperature and Rainfall Extremes over Southern India (1969–2014): Frequency Distribution and Trends. In A.R. Siddiqui(Eds.), Climate Change, Disaster and Adaptations (pp.243-262). Switzerland: Springer. ISBN: 9783030910099.
7)    Kale, V.S. (2021). Holocene regional-scale behavior of the rivers of Indian Peninsula. In N. Kumaran(Eds.), Holocene Climate Change and Environment (pp.103-129). Netherlands: Elsevier. ISBN: 9780323900850.
8)    Kandekar, A.M., Gaikwad, S.W., Gaikwad, S.K., Kandekar, S.A., Shelar, A.N. (2021). Mapping of wastelands and significance of morphometric analysis in wasteland management - A remote sensing and GIS approach. In G. S. Bhunia(Eds.), Land Reclamation and Restoration Strategies for Sustainable Development (pp.115-153). Netherlands: Elsevier. ISBN: 9780128238950.
9)    Joshi, V.U. (2020). Application of field-monitoring techniques to determine soil loss by gully erosion in a watershed in deccan, india. In P. Shit(Eds.), Advances in Science, Technology and Innovation (pp.109-131). Switzerland: Springer Nature. ISBN: 9783030232429.
10)    Zgłobicki, W., Poesen, J., Joshi, V., Sóle-Benet, A., Geeter, S.D. (2020). Gullies and Badlands as Geoheritage Sites. In R.B. Singh(Eds.), Global Geographical Heritage, Geoparks and Geotourism (pp.147–172). Singapore: Springer. ISBN: 9789811549564.
11)    Sasane, S. A. (2019). Application of Statistical Regression Model to Estimate Kharif Rice Crop Yield in Selected Districts of Maharashtra. In S. V. Chawan(Eds.), Application of research methods and techniques in geography (pp.35-42). India: Universal publishing house. ISBN: 9789383342631.
12)    Barik, R.K., Dubey, H., Misra, C., Borthakur, D., Constant, N., Sasane, S.A., Lenka, R.K., Mishra, B.S.P., Das, H. Mankodiya, K. (2018). Fog assisted cloud computing in era of big data and internet-of-things: systems, architectures, and applications. In H. Das(Eds.), In Cloud computing for optimization: foundations, applications, and challenges (pp.367-394). Germany: Springer, Cham. ISBN: 9783319736761.
13)    Zgłobicki, W., Poesen, J., Daniels, M., Del Monte, M., Guerra, A.J., Joshi, V., Paterson, G., Shellberg, J., Solé-Benet, A. (2018). Geotouristic Value of Badlands. In E. N. Romero(Eds.), Badlands Dynamics in a Context of Global Change (pp.277-313). Netherlands: Elsevier. ISBN: 9780128130544.
14)    Pardeshi, S.D., Pardeshi, S.S. (2015). Role of Geoinformatics in Natural Resource Management. In A.R. Siddiqui(Eds.), Resource Management and Development Strategies: A Geographical Perspective, (pp.51-56). Allahabad, India: Pravalika Publication, . ISBN: 9789384292218.
15)    Kale, V., Joshi, V. (2014). Assessment of natural resources use for sustainable development: DPSIR framework for case studies in Mumbai and Chennai, India. In T. D. Lan(Eds.), Environmental Stresses and Resource Use in Coastal Urban and Peri-Urban Regions: Dpsir Approach to Secoa's 17 Case Studies (pp.72-107). Rome: Sapienza University Publishing. ISBN: 9788898533237.
16)    Kale, V.S. (2014). Geomorphic History and Landscapes of India. In V. S. Kale(Ed.), Landscapes and Landforms of India (pp.25–37). Netherlands: Springer, Dordrecht. ISBN: 9789401780292.
17)    Joshi, V.U. (2014). The Chambal Badlands. In V.S. Kale(Ed.), Landscapes and Landforms of India: World Geomorphological Landscapes (pp.143-149). United States: Springer. ISBN: 9789401780285.
18)    Kale, V.S., Vaidyanadhan, R. (2014). The Indian Peninsula: Geomorphic Landscapes. In V. S. Kale(Ed.), Landscapes and Landforms of India (pp.65–78). Netherlands: Springer, Dordrecht. ISBN: 9789401780292.
19)    Kale, V.S. (2014). The Laterite-Capped Panchgani Tableland, Deccan Traps. In V. S. Kale(Ed.), Landscapes and Landforms of India (pp.217–222). Netherlands: Springer, Dordrecht. ISBN: 97894017080292.
20)    Kale, V.S., Joshi, V.U. (2013). Coastal Environmental Resources and Users in Mumbai and Chennai Metropolitan Regions, India. In F. Canters(Eds.), Sustainability in the CoastalUrban Environment: Thematic Profiles of Resources and their Users (Vol.3) (pp.249-300). Rome: Sapienza Università Editrice.
21)    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.
22)    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 F. Canters(Eds.), Sustainability in Coastal Urban Environment: Assessing conflicts of uses(Vol.4) (pp.319-354). Rome: Sapienza Università Editrice.
23)    Pardeshi, S.D., Pardeshi, S.S. (2012). Samkaalin Rajyashastra: Rajyashastrachya UpavidyashakhaAni Abhyaspaddhati. In P.R. Pawar(Ed.), Rajkiya Bhugol (Marathi) (pp.174-183). Pune, India: Diamond publications. ISBN: 9788184834765.
24)    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.
25)    Thomas, M.F., Kale, V.S. (2011). Tropical Environments. In A. Goudie(Eds.), Handbook of Geomorphology (pp.447-468). London, United Kingdom: Sage Publications. ISBN: 9781446295847.
  

Publications Before 2011


26)    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, United States: Springer. ISBN: 9789048130559.
27)    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 V.S. Kale(Eds.), Geomorphology in India (pp.359-380). Allahabad, India: Prayag Pustak Bhawan. ISBN: 9788186539781.
28)    Khairkar, V.P. (2009). Poverty induced migration to the city of Pune. In K. Das(Ed.), Poverty issues and challenges. Delhi: Sonali . ISBN: 9788184111927.
29)    Khairkar, V.P. (2009). Recent Trends and Future Directions in Urban Geography. In R. Singh(Ed.), Indian Geography in the 21st Century: The young geographers Agenda (pp.297-312). UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. ISBN: 9781443813655.
30)    Khairkar, V.P. (2009). Spatial Pattern of Migration Flow in Pune City . In P. Maiti(Eds.), Urban Development Debates in the New Millennium: Studies in Revisited Theories and Redefined Praxes (Vol.5). Atlantic. ISBN: 9788126912759.
31)    Khairkar, V.P. (2008). Linguistic Groups of Migrants in Pune city, India. In E. Kashi(Eds.), Ethnographic Discourse of the Other: Conceptual and Methodological Issues (pp.194-105). UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. ISBN: 9781443801324.
32)    Khairkar, V.P. (2007). Awareness as a tool against HIV/AIDS in rural Maharashtra . In Bhanj(Ed.), HIV/AIDS: Issues and challenges in Rural India. Hyderabad: Director National Institute of Rural Development.
33)    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.
34)    Kale, V.S., Gupta, A., Singhvi, A.K. (2003). Late Pleistocene-Holocene Palaeohydrology of Monsoon Asia. In G. Benito(Eds.), Palaeohydrology: Understanding Global Change (pp.213-232). Chichester, United Kingdom: John Wiley and Sons. ISBN: 9780470847398.
35)    Jog, S.R., Pardeshi, S.D., Sultan, A. (2003). Rainwater Harvesting Techniques of Sustainable Water Resources Management. In K.N. Prudhviraju(Eds.), Water Crisis and Sustainable Management (pp.220-227). Varanasi, India: Tara Book Agency.
36)    Datye, V.S., Dhorde, A. (2002). Agriculture in Maharashtra. In V.S. Datye(Eds.), Geography of Maharashtra (pp.159-179). Jaipur, India: Rawat . ISBN: 9788170337461.
37)    Jog, S.R., Wakhare, A., Chaudhari, S., Unde, M., Pardeshi, S.D. (2002). Maharashtra Landscape: A Perspective. In V.S. Datye(Eds.), Geography of Maharashtra (pp.19-57). Jaipur, India: Rawat. ISBN: 9788170337461.
38)    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 .
39)    Deodhar, L.A., Kale, V.S. (1998). Downstream adjustments in allochthonous rivers: Western Deccan Tarp Upland Region, India. In A. Gupta(Eds.), Varieties of Fluvial Forms (pp.295-315). New York, United States: John Wiley and Sons. ISBN: 9780471973515.
40)    Gupta, A., Kale, V.S., Rajaguru, S.N. (1998). The Narmada River, India - Through space and time. In A. Gupta(Eds.), Varieties of Fluvial Forms (pp.113-143). New York, United States: John Wiley and Sons. ISBN: 9780471973515.
41)    Baker, V.R., Kale, V.S. (1998). The role of extreme flood events in shaping bedrock channels. In E. Wohl(Eds.), Bedrock Channel over Rocks (Geophysical Monograph 107) (pp.153-165). United States:  American Geophysical Union. ISBN: 9780875900902.
42)    Kale, V.S., Ely, L.L., Enzel, Y., Baker, V.R. (1996). Palaeo and historical flood hydrology, Indian Peninsula. In K.J. Gregory(Eds.), Global Continental Changes: the Context of Palaeohydrology (pp.155-163). London, United Kingdom: London Geological Society Special Publication. ISBN: 9781897799697 .
43)    Kale, V.S., Joshi, V., Kelkar, N. (1994). Morphology and origin of valleyside gullies on colluvium, Western Upland Maharashtra, India. In M.N. Kaul(Eds.), India: Geomorphological Diversity : Essays in Honour of Professor A.B. Mukherji (pp.453-469). Jaipur, India: Rawat . ISBN: 9789995390822.