Department Details

Department of Geography

1)    Saikia, D., Patel, H. (2021,June, 10-12). Contribution of Tropical Cyclones to the Precipitation of Eastern Coast of India-A Case Study from 1998-2014. In R. Jaybhaye (Eds.), Proceedings of Environment, Development and Livelihood: Sustaining Earth and People(pp.128). Pune; India: Institute of Indian Geographers.
2)    Goswami, K., Jaiswal, M.K., Kale, V. (2020,May, 4-8). Paleohydrology of high magnitude floods from upper Kaveri basin, Southern India: Implication to late Holocene climate variations. Proceedings of EGU General Assembly Conference. Germany: The EGU General Assembly.
3)    Pardeshi S., Pardeshi S., Kulkarni P. (2019,January). Sinuosity of meandering channels in upper Krishna River Basin, India. In H. Chenchouni(Eds.), Proceedings of Exploring the Nexus of Geoecology, Geography, Geoarcheology and Geotourism: Advances and Applications for Sustainable Development in Environmental Sciences and Agroforestry Research. Advances in Science, Technology & Innovation (pp.21-23). Hammamet; Tunisia: Springer. ISBN: 2522-8722 .
4)    Kulkarni, P., Pardeshi, S., Pardeshi, S. (2019,March, 15). Statistical Analysis of Groundwater Level Variation in Semi-arid Upper Godavari Basin. In H. I. Chamine(Eds.), Proceedings of Conference of the Arabian Journal of Geosciences(pp.291–293). Tunisia, North Africa: Springer, Cham. ISBN: 9783030015718/9783030015725.
5)    Dhorde, A., Gupta, A., Dhorde, A. (2019,November, 25-28). Assessment of Temperature Trends in Different Bioclimatic Zones of India. In H. Chenchouni(Eds.), Proceedings of Conference of the Arabian Journal of Geosciences (pp.7-9). Sousse; Tunisia: Springer. ISBN: 9783030725426/9783030725457.
6)    Desai, M., Dhorde, A. (2018,August, 9). Appraisal of Outdoor Thermal Comfort/Discomfort Conditions over Tropical Megacities of India and Implications of Urban Morphological Characteristics on Vulnerability on Increasing Heat Stress. In D. Niyogi(Eds.), Proceedings of 10th International Conference on Urban Climate/14th Symposium on the Urban Environment. New York: AMS.
7)    Kulkarni, S., Gedam, S., Dhorde, A., Bhanage, V. (2018,June, 04-06). Geospatial Analysis of Causes and Effects Of Desertification Phenomenon In Marathwada Region, India. Proceedings of Practical Geography and XXI Century Challenges(pp.30). Moscow: Federal State Budgetary Institution of Science Institute of Geography of the Russian Academy of Sciences .
8)    Dhorde, A.G., Desai, M., Korade, M.S. (2018,June, 04-06). Heat Waves, Temperature Extremes and Thermal Discomfort: Observations from Coastal Cities of India. Proceedings of Practical Geography and XXI Century Challenges(pp.428). Moscow: Federal State Budgetary Institution of Science Institute of Geography of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
9)    Dhorde, A., Desai, M. (2018,August, 8). Assessment of Rising Occupational Heat Stress Vulnerability over Prominent Urban Areas of Southern India. In D. Niyogi(Eds.), Proceedings of 10th International Conference on Urban Climate/14th Symposium on the Urban Environment. New York: AMS.
10)    Joshi, V. U. (2017,November, 6-11). A1: Geomorphological Field Guide Book onDECCAN INLAND. In Amal Kar(Ed.), Proceedings of 9th International Conference on Geomorphology(pp.1-36). New Delhi, India: Indian Institute of Geomorphologists.
11)    Kulkarni, S., Gedam, S., Dhorde, A.G. (2017,October, 23-27). Assessment of impacts of Agro-Climatological droughts over Marathwada, India, using remote sensing technologies. In Asian Association of Remote Sensing(Ed.), Proceedings of 38th Asian Conference on Remote Sensing(pp.1-10). New Delhi; India.
12)    Barik, R.K., Dubey, A.C., Tripathi, A., Pratik, T., Sasane, S., Lenka, R.K., Dubey, H., Mankodiya, K., Kumar, V. (2017,December, 7-8). Mist Data: Leveraging Mist Computing for Secure and Scalable Architecture for Smart and Connected Health. In A.K. Singh(Ed.), Proceedings of 6th International Conference on Smart Computing and Communications(pp.647-653). Haryana; India: Elsevier B.V.. ISBN: 1877-0509.
13)    Desai, M., Dhorde, A.G. (2017,March, 17-19). Changing Thermal Comfort over Southern India Under Warming Environment: An Analysis of Heat Index. In G. Serban(Eds.), Proceedings of Air and Water Components of the Environment(pp.195-202). Cluj-Napoca; Romania: Air and Water Association. ISBN: 2067-743X.
14)    Barik, R., Dubey, H., Sasane, S., Misra, C., Constant, N., Mankodiya, K (2017,July,17-19 ). Fog2Fog: Augmenting Scalability in Fog Computing for Health GIS Systems. In CHASE 2017 Technical Program Committee, Proceedings of International Conference on Connected Health: Applications, Systems and Engineering Technologies (pp.(pp. 241-242).). Philadelphia; USA: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. ISBN: 9781509047222 / 9781509047222.
15)    Kale, V. (2015,April, 12-17). A 10-digit geo-coding system for classification of geomorphosites in India. Proceedings of EGU General Assembly Conference. Vienna, Austria: The EGU General Assembly.
16)    Kandekar A.M., Gaikwad, S.W. (2013). GPS and its Application in Delineation of Wastelands. Proceedings of Recent Trends in Practical Geography(pp.15-26). Ahmednagar; India: New Arts, Commerce and Science College. ISBN: 9788192876023 .
17)    Shelar, A.N., Gaikwad, S.W., Kandekar, A.M., Suryawanshi, R. (2012). Application of computer techniques in land use/land cover mapping : A case study of village mose in Warasgaon lake catchment, Western Pune. Proceedings of Perspectives of Computer Confluence with Sciences 2014(pp.319-322). Pune; India: Nowrosjee Wadia College.
18)    Kandekar, A.M., Gaikwad, S. W., Shelar, A.N. (2012). Application of RS and GIS in land use/land cover mapping and change detection analysis – A case study of Panshet reservoir catchment area. Proceedings of Perspectives of Computer Confluence with Sciences 2013(pp.289-294). Pune; India: Nowrosjee Wadia College.
19)    Dhorde, A., Dhorde, A. (2012). Population density as an indicator of land cover modifications: A case study of impervious surface growth over the Mula-Mutha basin from India. Proceedings of Perspectives of Computer Confluence with Sciences 2012(pp.284-288). Pune; India: Nowrosjee Wadia College.
20)    Pardeshi, S.D., Jog, S.R., Pardeshi, S.S. (2011,December, 13-16). Prospects of Rainwater Harvesting For Domestic Water Supply in Rural Areas of Pune District: an Appraisal. In K. Verbist(Eds.), Proceedings of Arid and Semi-arid Development Through WaterAugmentation(pp.27-31). Valparaiso; Chile: UNESCO-PHI-LAC, Uruguay. ISBN: 9789290891833 .
  

Publication Before 2011


21)    Pardeshi S. D., Kumavat S.B. (2005,January). Geomorphic mapping: A tool for planning and Development. In A.P. Geographical Society,, Proceedings of Digital Geography and Mapping(pp.77-80). Hyderabad; India: A.P. Geographical Society,.
22)    Joshi, V.S., Kale, V.S. (1995). The contribution of sidewall erosion in gully development. In S.R. Jog(Ed.), Proceedings of Indian Geomorphology: Erosional landforms and Processe(pp.43-55). Jaipur; India: Rawat Publications.