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Gender male
Job title Chief Scientist
Department Physical Oceanography Division
National Institute of Oceanography, Goa ( NIO)
Dona Paula Dona Paula 403 004
Dona Paula, Goa - 403004
Regions Mediterranean Sea - Eastern Basin
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Degree M.S,c, Ph.D
Job type Research
Research Area(s) Climatology, Meteorology , Climatology, Meteorology
Research Region 71
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. M.r.ramesh Kumar KUMAR)

16. M.R. Ramesh Kumar, 1993: Air-sea interaction during summer monsoon period 1979. Satellite Remote Sensing of Oceanic Environment, Jones, Sugimori and Stewart (Eds), pp 258-263. 17. M.R. Ramesh Kumar, P.M. Muraleedharan and P.V. Sathe, 1993: Precipitable water over the tropical Indian Ocean using satellite data - A case study, Boundary Layer Meteorology, 54, 325-331. 18. M.R. Ramesh Kumar and A.A. Fernandes, 1994: On some statistical properties of surface meteorological parameters in the Arabian Sea, Indian Journal of Marine Sciences, 23, pp 8-13. 19. P.M. Muraleedharan, M.R. Ramesh Kumar and L.V. Gangadhara Rao, 1995: A Note on poleward undercurrent along the southwest coast of India, Continental Shelf Research, 15, no. 2/3, pp 165-14. 20. M.R. Ramesh Kumar and J.S. Sastry, 1996: On the role of surface heat budget parameters over the tropical Indian Ocean in relation to the summer monsoon. IAPSO Publication Scientifique No. 36, pp 54-62.
31. M.R.Ramesh Kumar and O.P. Sreejith, 2005: On Some Aspects of Precipitation over tropical Indian Ocean using satellite data, International Journal of Remote Sensing , 26 (8), 1717-1728. 32. M.R.Ramesh Kumar, S.S.C.Shenoi and J.Schulz, 2005: Impact of Convection over the equatorial Trough on the summer monsoon activity over India, International Journal of Remote Sensing, 26, 4747-4762. 33. M.R.Ramesh Kumar, S.Sankar, K.Fennig, D.S.Pai and J.Schulz, 2005: Air-sea interaction over the tropical Indian Ocean during the contrasting monsoon years 2002 and 2003, Geophysical Research Letters, 32, L14821, doi:10.1029/2005GL002587. 34. M.R.Ramesh Kumar, S.M.Pednekar, M.Katsumata, M.K.Antony, Y.Kuroda, A.S.Unnikrishnan, 2006: Seasonal variation of diurnal cycle of rainfall in the eastern equatorial Indian Ocean, Theoretical and Applied Climatology (in Press).
1. D.V. Viswanadham and M.R. Ramesh Kumar, 1982: Latitudinal and vertical variation of thermodynamic instability over India as revealed by Monex 1979, Proceedings of Indian National Science Academy, 48A(6), pp 567-572. 2. M.R. Ramesh Kumar and Y. Sadhuram, 1985: Vertical structure of the boundary layer - A comparison between land and sea, Mahasagar, 18(4), pp 501-506. 3. M.R. Ramesh Kumar, S. Sathyendranath, N.K. Viswambharan and L.V. Gangadhara Rao, 1986. Sea surface temperature variability over north Indian Ocean - A study of two contrasting monsoons seasons, Proceedings Indian Academy of Sciences, (Earth and Planetary Sciences), 95(3), pp 435-446. 4. M.R. Ramesh Kumar, R.K. Gupta and V. Dayal, 1987: Theme oriented enhancement of sea surface tempeature using thermal infrared AVHRR images, Photonirvachak, 15(2), pp 43-51. 5. P. Vethamony, V. Ramesh Babu and M.R. Ramesh Kumar, 1987: Thermal structure, flow pattern and OTEC potential around Seychelles group of Islands during austral autumn, Indian Journal of Marine Sciences, 16, pp 179-183.
21. M.R. Ramesh Kumar and T.G. Prasad, 1997: Annual and Interannual variation of Precipitation over the tropical Indian Ocean using satellite data, Journal of Geophysical Research, Oceans, 102, C8, 18,519-18,527. 22. M.R.Ramesh Kumar and P.Schluessel, 1998: Air-sea interaction over the Indian Ocean during two contrasting monsoon years 1987 and 1988 studied with satellite data. Theoretical and Applied climatology, 60, 219-231. 23. P.Divakar Naidu, M.R.Ramesh Kumar and V.Ramesh Babu, 1999: Time Space variations of monsoonal upwelling along the west and east coasts of India. Continental Shelf Research , 19(4), 559-572. 24. M.R.Ramesh Kumar, P.M.Muraleedharan and P.V.Sathe, 1999: On the role sea surface temperature variability over the tropical Indian Ocean in relation summer monsoon using satellite data. Remote Sensing of Environment, 70, 238-244 25. M.R.Ramesh Kumar, S.S.C.Shenoi and P.Schluessel, 1999: On the role of cross equatorial flow on the summer monsoon rainfall over India using NCEP/NCAR reanalysis data. Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics, 70,201-213.
26. H. Grassl, V. Jost, M.R.Ramesh Kumar, J.Schulz, Peter Bauer and Peter Schlussel, 2000: The Hamburg Ocean-Atmosphere Parameters and Fluxes from Satellite Data (HOAPS): A Climatological Atlas of Satellite-Derived Air-Sea-Interaction Parameters over the Oceans, Report No. 312, Max-Planck-Instut fur Meteorologie, Hamburg, Germany, pp. 132. 27. M.R.Ramesh Kumar and J.Schulz, 2002: Analysis of freshwater Flux Climatology over the Indian Ocean Using the HOAPS Data. Remote Sensing of Environment, 80(3), 363-372. 28. Swapna P. and M.R.Ramesh Kumar, 2002: Role of low level flow on the summer monsoon rainfall over the Indian subcontinent during two contrasting monsoon years, Journal of Indian Geophysical Union, Vol6, No.3, 123-137. 29. M.R.Ramesh Kumar and Uma R Prabhu Dessai, 2004: A New Criterion for break in monsoon conditions over the Indian subcontinent, Geophysical Research Letters, 31, L18201, doi:10.1029/2004GL020562. 30. M.R.Ramesh Kumar, 2004: Forecasting of Onset of southwest monsoon over Kerala coast using satellite data, IEEE Geosciences and Remote Sensing Letters, Vol.1, No.4, October 2004, 265-267.
11. P.N. Vinayachandran and M.R. Ramesh Kumar, 1990: Water Vapour flux divergence over the Arabian Sea using satellite data, Boundary Layer Meteorology, 51(1-2), pp 199-209. 12. M.R. Ramesh Kumar and L.V. Gangadhara Rao, 1990: Annual means statistics of the surface fluxes of the tropical Indian Ocean, Boundary Layer Meteorology, 51(3), pp 299-312. 13. M.R. Ramesh Kumar, Y. Sadhuram, G.S. Michael and L.V. Gangadhara Rao, 1990: Structure of the marine boundary layer over north western Indian Ocean during 1983 summer monsoon, Boundary Layer Meteorology, 52(1-2), pp 177-191. 14. M.R. Ramesh Kumar and J.S. Sastry, 1990: Air-sea interaction over the tropical Indian Ocean during several contrasting monsoon seasons, Proceedings of Indian Academy of Sciences (Earth and Planetary Sciences), 99(3), pp 393-404. 15. M.R. Ramesh Kumar and J.S. Sastry, 1990: Relationship between sea surface temperature, southern oscillation, position of the 500 mb ridge along 75°E and the Indian monsoon rainfall, Journal of Meteorological Society of Japan, 68(6), pp 741-745.
6. Y. Sadhuram and M.R. Ramesh Kumar, 1988: Does evaporation over the Arabian Sea play vital role in the moisture transport across west coast of India ? Monthly Weather Review, 116(2), pp 307-312. 7. M.R. Ramesh Kumar, R.M. Pandya, K.M. Mathur, R.J.K. Charyulu and L.V. Gangadhara Rao, 1988: Sea surface temperature mapping by a thermal infrared scanner, Mahasagar, 21(2), pp 67-94. 8. M.R. Ramesh Kumar and L.V. Gangadhara Rao, 1989: Latitudinal and variation of air-sea fluxes in the western Indian Ocean during austral summer and fall, Boundary Layer Meterology, 48, pp 99-107. 9. M.R. Ramesh Kumar and Y. Sadhuram, 1989: Evaporation over the Arabian Sea during two contrasting monsoon seasons, Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics, 41, pp 87-97. 10. M.R. Ramesh Kumar and Y. Sadhuram, 1989: Surface heat budget of a polynya in the coastal waters off Queen Maud Land, Antarctica during austral summer, Continental Shelf Research, 9(12), pp 1063-1070.

Created: 2006-01-20 Last Updated: 2015-05-20 by M.r.ramesh Kumar KUMAR