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PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Job title Senior Professor
Department Geosciences
Institution
Physical Research Laboratory ( PRL)
Navrangpura Ahmedabad 380009
Address
Navrangpura
Ahmedabad
Gujarat
380 009
Regions Mediterranean Sea - Eastern Basin
Tel 917926314265
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree Ph.D.
Job type Research
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology
Research Activities Measurement of Productivity in oceans, carbon cycling, Nitrogen cycling
Research Region 71
Skills/Expertise Mass spectromtery Stable isotopes Mathematical modeling
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. Rengaswamy RAMESH)

97. J. T. Padia, M. G. Yadava and R. Ramesh (2007) Stable isotopes and radiocarbon dating and their application to soil studies, Indian Journal of Geochemistry, 22(1), 3-32, ISSN09709088 98. H. Achyuthan and R. Ramesh (2007) Quaternary paleoclimatic inferences based on stable isotope studies of calcretes, Indian Journal of Geochemistry, 22(1),105-124, ISSN09709088 99. M. G. Yadava, N. Gandhi and R. Ramesh (2007) Estimation of decomposition rate of peat deposits using radiocarbon, Indian Journal of Geochemistry, 22(1), 57-64, ISSN09709088 100. A. Sinha, K. G. Cannariato, L. D. Stott, Cheng, H., R. L. Edwards, M. G. Yadava, R. Ramesh and I. B. Singh (2007) A 900 year (600 to 1500 A.D.) record of the Indian summer monsoon precipitation from the core monsoon zone of India, Geophys. Res. Lett., 34, L16707, doi:10.1029/2007GL030431. 101. R. Ramesh, M. S. Sheshshayee and M. Tiwari (2007) Significance of δ15N variations in a sediment core from the equatorial Indian Ocean during the past ~35ka, Curr. Sci., 93,6, 840-842. 102. A. Jayaraman, P.C. Joshi and R. Ramesh (2007) Developments and achievements in atmospheric sciences and space meteorology, Curr. Sci., 93,12, 1779-1790. 103. Rohit Srivastava, R. Ramesh, Satya Prakash, N. Anilkumar and M.Sudhakar (2007) Oxygen isotope and salinity variations in the Indian sector of the Southern Ocean, Geophys. Res. Lett., 34, L24603, doi:10.1029/2007GL031790. 104. A. K. Singh, M. G. Yadava and R. Ramesh (2007) High resolution monsoon records from land and the ocean: what have we learnt during the last decade? Jal Vigyan Sameeksha (Hydrology Review),22, 177-190. 105. J. Miranda, K. K. Balachandran, R. Ramesh and M. V. M. Wafar, Nitrification in Kochi backwaters, Estuarine, coastal and shelf science, doi:10.1016/j.ecss.2007.12.04 106. Rohit Srivastava, R. Ramesh, R. A. Jani, Anil Kumar and M. Sudhakar, Spatial variation of hydrogen isotopes and salinity in the Southern Indian Ocean, Curr. Sci. (in the press) 107. Satya Prakash, R. Ramesh, M. S. Sheshshayee, Rahul Mohan and M. Sudhakar, Effect of iron enrichment on nitrogen assimilation by marine planktons in the Southern Ocean, Curr. Sci.(in the press) 108. Prakash, S., Ramesh, R., Sheshshayee, M.S., Dwivedi, R. M. and Raman, M., 2008, “Quantification of new production using winter Noctiluca scintillans bloom in the Arabian Sea, Geophys. Res. Lett., v 35, L 06604 109. . Rao, T.R., Radhakrishna, B., Srivastava, R., Satyanarayana, T.M., Rao, D.N. and Ramesh, R., 2008, “Inferring microphysical Processes occurring in mesoscale convective systems from Radar measurements and isotopic analysis”, Geophys. Res. Lett., v 35, L09813 110. Tiwari, M. and Ramesh, R., 2008, “Problems and prospects of stable isotope applications to marine microfossils for paleoceanography and paleoclimate reconstruction”, The Palaeobotanist, v. 57, 303-309. 111. Murugan, M., Mukund,V., Ramesh, R., Hiremath, M.B., Josephrajkumar, A. and Shetty, P.K., “Centennial rainfall variation in semiarid and tropical humid environments in the cardamom hill slopes, southern western Ghats, India”, 2009, Caspian J. Env. Sci., v.6, no.1, 31-39. 112 Managave, S. R., M. S. Sheshshayee, H. P. Borgaonkar, and R. Ramesh(2010), Past break-monsoon conditions detectable by high resolution intra-annual δ18O analysis of teak rings, Geophys. Res. Lett., 37, L05702, doi:10.1029/2009GL041172.
R.Ramesh, S.K. Bhattacharya & K. Gopalan, (1985) Dendroclimatological implications of isotope coherence in trees from Kashmir Valley, India, Nature 317, 802-804. 2. M M Sarin ,K S Rao, S.K. Bhattacharya, R. Ramesh & B.L.K. Somayajulu (1985) Geochemical studies of river estuarine systems of Krishna and Godavari, Mahasagar 18(2)129- 143. 3. R. Ramesh, S.K. Bhattacharya & K. Gopalan (1986) Climatic correlations of the stable isotope records of silver fir (Abies pindrow) trees from Kashmir, India.Earth. Planet. Sci. Lett. 79, 66-74. 4. R. Ramesh, S.K. Bhattacharya & K. Gopalan (1986) Stable isotope systematics in tree cellulose as paleoenvironmental indicators- a review. J. Geol. Soc. Ind. 27,154 ¡V167. 5. V.N. Nijampurkar, N. Bhandari, S. K. Bhattacharya & R. Ramesh (1986) Climatic significance of D/H ratios in a temperate glacier in Sikkim, Curr. Sci. 55(18)910-912. 6. R. Ramesh, S.K. Bhattacharya & K. Gopalan (1988) Climatic significance of variations in width and stable isotope ratios of tree rings British Archeological Records 196 591-609. 7. R. Ramesh, S.K. Bhattacharya & G.B. Pant (1989) Climatic significance of ƒÔD variations in a tropical tree species from India. Nature 337, 149-150. 8. D. Chandrasekharam, R. Ramesh & J. Balasubramaniam (1989) Geochemistry, Oxygen and hydrogen isotope ratios of thermal springs, Western continental margin of India Field and experimental results, Water Rock Interaction (ed. M. L. Miles),149-154. 9. A. Sarkar, R. Ramesh, S. K. Bhattacharya & G Rajagopalan (1990) ƒÔ18O evidence for increased north east monsoon current during the last glaciation Nature 343, 549-551. 10. A. Sarkar, R. Ramesh & S. K. Bhattacharya (1990) Effect of sample pretreatment and size fraction on the ƒÔ18O and ƒÔ13C values of foraminifera in Arabian Sea sediments Terra Nova 2, 489-493. 11. R. Ramesh & R. A. Jani (1991) Stable isotopic evidence for the origin of ground water in Lakshadweep Islands Curr. Sci. 61, 537-539. 12. R. Sukumar & R. Ramesh (1992) Stable carbon isotope ratios in Asian elephant collagen: implications for dietary studies, Oecologia 91, 536-539. 14. S. Chakraborty & R. Ramesh (1992) Climatic significance of ƒÔ18O and ƒÔ13C variations in a banded coral (Porites) from Kavaratti Lakshadweep islands Proc. Int Symp. on the Oceanography of the Indian Ocean (ed. BN Desai) Oxford IBH 473-478. 15. R. Ramesh & M.M. Sarin (1992) Stable isotope study of Ganga- Brahmaputra river system , J. Hydrology, 139, 49-62. 15. S. Krishnaswami, J. R. Trivedi ,M. Sarin, R. Ramesh & K.K. Sharma (1992) Strontium isotopes in the Ganga- Brahmaputra river system : Role in temporal variations in the 87Sr/86Sr of the oceans during the past 40 Ma Earth. Planet. Sci.Lett. 109, 243-253. 16. P. K. Saraswati & R. Ramesh (1992) Eocene-Oligocene stable isotope stratigraphy of Kutch J. Geol. Soc. Ind. 39, 427-432. 17. R. Ramesh & B.L.K. Somayajulu (1992) Paleoclimatic studies in the coastal regions and adjacent seas of India using trees, corals and marine sediments. Global Change IGBP Report 18.2, 138-140. 18. T.R. Venkatesan & R. Ramesh (1993) Consideration of analytical uncertainties when plotting histograms. J. Geol. Soc. Ind. 41, 313-317. 19. S. Chakraborty & R. Ramesh (1993) Monsoon record in Indian corals Proc. Int. Symp. Global Change IGBP, Tokyo, Japan, 648-653. 20. R. Sukumar, R. Ramesh, R.K. Pant & G. Rajagopalan (1993) A ƒÔ13C record of the late Quaternary climate change from tropical peat in southern India Nature 364, 703-706. 21. R. Ramesh, R. A. Jani & R. Bhushan (1993) Stable isotopic evidence for the origin of water in the salt lakes of Rajasthan and Gujarat. J. Arid. Environments 25, 117-123. 22. S. Chakraborty & R. Ramesh (1993) Stable isotope variations in a coral from the Gulf of Kutch: environmental implications Global Change Studies: Scientific results from ISRO GBP-SR 42, 94, 245-255. 23. S. Chakraborty & R. Ramesh (1993) Monsoon induced sea surface temperature changes recorded in Indian corals. Terra Nova 5, 545-551. 24. P.K. Saraswati & R. Ramesh (1993) Paleogene isotopic temperatures in western India Lethaia, 26, 89-98. 25. M.M. Sarin, S. Krishnaswami, R. Ramesh & B.L.K. Somayajulu (1994) 238U decay series nuclides in the north-eastern Arabian Sea : scavenging rates and cycling processes Continental Shelf Res. 14, 2/3, 251-265. 26. R. Ramesh & D. Lal (1994) A critical analysis of the processes governing the nutrient profiles in the Ocean Proc. Ind. Acad. Sci. (Earth. Planet. Sci.) 103(1) 1-15. 27. S.Chakraborty, R.Ramesh & S.Krishnaswami (1994) Air sea exchange of CO2 in the Gulf of Kutch, northern Arabian Sea based on bomb carbon in corals and tree rings Proc. Ind. Acad. Sci. (Earth & Planet. Sci.) 103 ,329-340. 28. S. Bartarya, S.K. Bhattacharya, R. Ramesh & B. L. K. Somayajulu (1995) ƒÔ18O and ƒÔD systematics in the surficial waters of the Gaula river catchment area, Kumaun Himalaya J. Hydrol. 167, 369-379. 29. R. Sukumar & R. Ramesh (1995) Elephant foraging: is browse or grass more important? A week with Elephants (ed.s J.C. Daniel & H. Dayte) Oxf. Univ. Press, 368-374. 30. R. Sukumar, H. S. Suresh & R. Ramesh (1995) Climate change and its impact on tropical montane ecosystems in southern India J. Biogeography 22, 533-537. 31. S. Kusumgar, D.P. Agrawal, R.D. Deshpande, R. Ramesh, C. Sharma & M.G. Yadava (1995) A comparative study of monsoonal and non-monsoonal Himalayan Lakes Radiocarbon 37:2, 191- 195. 32. B.L.K. Somayajulu, M.M. Sarin & R. Ramesh (1996) Denitrification in the eastern Arabian Sea: evaluation of the role of continental margins using Ra isotopes Deep Sea Res. 43:1, 111-117. 33. A. K. Singhvi, D. Banerjee, R. Ramesh , S.N. Rajaguru & V. Gogte (1996) A luminescence method for dating dirty pedogenic carbonates for paleoenviron- mental reconstruction. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 139, 321-332. 34. S.Chakraborty & R. Ramesh (1997) Environmental significance of carbon and oxygen isotope ratios of banded corals from Lakshadweep, India. Quaternary International 37:1, 55-65. 35. Geeta Rajagopalan, R. Sukumar, R. Ramesh, R.K. Pant & G. Rajagopalan (1997) Late Quaternary vegetational and climatic changes from tropical peat in southern India- An extended record up to 40000 years BP. Curr. Sci. 73(1) 60-63. 36. B.S. Kotlia, M.S. Bhalla, C. Sharma, G Rajagopalan, R. Ramesh, M.S. Chauhan, P.D. Mathur, S. Bhandari & S.T. Chako (1997) Paleoclimatic conditions in the upper Pleistocene and Holocene Bhimtal- Naukuchiatal lake basin in south- central Kumaun, North India. Paleogeo. Paleoecol. Paleoclim. 130, 307-322. 37. R. Ramesh & R.V. Krishnamurthy (1998) ƒÔ13C of marine organic matter and ocean pH. Geochem. Journal, 32,1, 65-69. 38. S.K. Singh, J.R. Trivedi, K. Pande, R. Ramesh & S.Krishnaswami (1998) Chemical and Sr, O, C isotopic compositions of carbonates from the Lesser - Himalaya: Implications to the Sr isotopic composition of the source waters of the Ganga, Ghaghara and the Indus rivers. Geochim. Cosmochim Acta 62,5, 743-755. 39. J. S. Ray & R. Ramesh (1998) Stable carbon and oxygen isotope analysis of natural calcite and dolomite mixtures using selective acid extraction J. Geol. Soc. Ind 52., 323-332. 40. S. Chakraborty & R. Ramesh (1998) Stable isotope variations in a coral (Favia speciosa) from the Gulf of Kutch during 1948-1989 A.D.: environmental implications, Proc. Ind. Acad. Sci. (Earth. Planet. Sci.) 107, 4, 331-341. 41. R.P. Dhir, S.K. Tandon, S.N. Rajaguru, R. Ramesh (1998) Calcretes: Their genesis and significance in paleoenvironment reconstruction in arid Rajasthan Paleoecology of Africa 25, 223-230. 42. M.G.Yadava & R. Ramesh (1999) Paleomonsoon record of the last 3400 years from speleothems of tropical India. Gondwana Geological Magazine, spl. vol. (ed. M.P. Tiwari and D.K. Mohabey) 4, 141-156. 43. Y. Enzel, L.L. Ely, S. Mishra, R. Ramesh, R. Amit, S.N. Rajaguru, V. R. Baker, B.Lazar, & A. Sandler, (1999) High resolution Holocene environmental changes in the Thar Desert, NW India, Science, 284, 125-128. 44. J. S. Ray, R. Ramesh & K. Pande (1999) Carbon isotopes in Kerguelen Plume derived carbonatites: evidence for recycled inorganic carbon in carbonatites., Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 170, 205-214. 45. M. G. Yadava & R. Ramesh (1999) Speleothems ¡V useful proxies for past monsoon rainfall, J. Sci. Ind. Res., 58, 339-348. 46. D. Jagadheesha, R. Nanjundaiah & R. Ramesh (1999) Orbital forcing of Monsoonal climates in NCAR CCM2 with two horizontal resolutions, Palaeoclimates, Data and Modelling, 3(4), 279- 301. 47. D. Jagadheesha, R. Nanjundaiah & R. Ramesh (1999) Sensitivity of an AGCM to orbital parameters and glacial boundary conditions, Vayu Mandal, special issue on Asian Monsoon and pollution over the monsoon Environment (Ed.s S.K. Dube et al), 29(1-4), 359-369. 48. J. S. Ray & R. Ramesh (1999) A water-rock interaction model for the carbon and oxygen isotope variations in altered carbonatites, J. Geol. Soc. Ind., 54, 179-186. 49. J. S. Ray & R. Ramesh (1999) Evolution of carbonatite complexes of Deccan Flood Basalt province: stable carbon and oxygen isotopic constraints J. Geophys. Res.B12, 104, 29471-29483. 50. Geeta Rajagopalan, R. Ramesh & R. Sukumar (1999) Climatic implications of ƒÔ13C and ƒÔ18O ratios from C3 and C4 plants growing in a tropical montane habitat in southern India, J. Biosci., 24(4),491-498. 51. J. S. Ray, R. Ramesh, K. Pande, J. R. Trivedi, P.N. Shukla & P.P. Patel (2000) Isotope and rare-earth analyses of samples from carbonatite-alkaline complexes of Deccan Province: implications to magmatic and alteration processes J. Asian Earth Sci., 18/2, 177-194. 52. J. S. Ray & R. Ramesh (2000) Rayleigh fractionation of stable isotopes from a multicomponent source Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 64, 2, 299-306. 53. K. Pande, J. T. Padia, R. Ramesh & K. K. Sharma (2000) Stable isotope systematics of surface water bodies in the Himalayan and Trans-Himalayan (Kashmir) region Proc. Ind. Acad. Sci. (Earth. Planet. Sci.), 109, 1, 109-115. 54. M. G. L. Baillie, J. R. Pilcher, M. Pollard & R. Ramesh (2000) Climatic significance of D/H and 13C/12C ratios in Irish oak cellulose Proc. Ind. Acad. Sci. (Earth.Plane. Sci.) 109, 1, 117-127. 55. S. Chakraborty, R. Ramesh & J.M. Lough (2000) Effect of intra-band variability on stable isotope and density time series obtained from banded corals Proc. Ind. Acad. Sci. (Earth Planet. Sci.) 109, 1, 145-151. 56. A. Sarkar, R. Ramesh, S. K. Bhattacharya & N.B. Price (2000) Paleomonsoon and paleoproductivity records in ƒÔ18O, ƒÔ13C and CaCO3 variations in the northern Indian Ocean sediments Proc. Ind. Acad. Sci. (Earth Planet. Sci.) 109, 1, 157-169. 57. Asish Sarkar, R. Ramesh, B.L.K. Somayajulu, R. Agnihotri , A.J.T. Jull & G.S. Burr (2000) High resolution Holocene monsoon record from the eastern Arabian Sea , Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 177(3-4), 209-218. . 58. A.S. Khadkikar, L. S. Chamyal & R. Ramesh (2000) The character and genesis of calcretes in Late Quaternary sub-humid to semi-arid alluvial deposits, Mainland Gujarat, Western India, Paleogeo. Paleoclim. Paleoecol (162), 239-261. . 59. R. Ramesh (2000) Palaeoclimate, in: Significant contributions to Geoscience Research in India during the nineties, ed. M. S. Srinivasan, Indian National Science Academy, New Delhi, pp.87-94. . 60. M. Sarnthein, and other Trins workshop participants (including R. Ramesh) (2000) Exploring late Pleistocene climate variations, EOS, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, 81, 51, 625, 629-630. 61. D. Jagadheesha & R. Ramesh (2001) Past monsoons: A review of proxy data and modeling, Mausam, special issue on Global and Regional Climate Change (ed. G. B. Pant) 52, 275-284. 62. M. G. Yadava & R. Ramesh (2001) Past rainfall and trace element variations in a tropical speleothem from India, Mausam, special issue on Global and Regional Climate Change (ed. G. B. Pant) 52, 307-316. 63. R. Ramesh (2001) High resolution Holocene monsoon records from different proxies, an assessment of their consistency, Curr. Sci. 81, 11, 1432-1436. 64. M. Sarnthein, J.P. Kennett, J.R.M. Allen, J. Beer, P. Grootes, C. Laj, J. McManus, R. Ramesh, SCOR-IMAGES Working Group 117 (2002) Decadal-to-millennial- scale climate variability-chronology and mechanisms: summary and recommendations, Quaternary Science Reviews, 21, 10, 1121-1128. 65. R. Korisettar and R. Ramesh, (2002) The Indian Monsoon: Roots, relations and relevance, in: Archaeology and Interactive Disciplines, Indian Archaeology in retrospect, Vol. III, ed. s S. Settar and R. Korisettar, Indian Council of Historical Research, Manohar Publications, pp.23-59. 66. M. G. Yadava, R. Ramesh and G B Pant (2004) Past monsoon rainfall variations in peninsular India, recorded in a 331 year old speleothem, The Holocene, 14, 4, 517-524. 67. Sanjeev Kumar, R. Ramesh, S. Sardesai and M S Sheshshayee (2004) High new production in the Bay of Bengal: possible causes and implications. Geophys. Res Lett., 31, L18304 doi:10.1029/2004GL021005. 68. R. P. Dhir, S. K. Tandon, B. K. Sareen, R. Ramesh, T K G Rao, A Kailath and N Sharma (2004) Calcretes in the Thar Desert: Genesis, Chronology and Paleoenvironment, Proc. Ind. Acad. Sci. (Earth & Planet. Sci.), 113, 3, 473-515. 69. Sanjeev Kumar, R. Ramesh, N. B. Bhosle, S. Sardesai and M S Seshshayee (2004) Natural isotopic composition of nitrogen in suspended particulate matter in the Bay of Bengal, Biogeosciences (EGU journal), 1, 63-70. 70. R. Ramesh and M. G. Yadava (2004) Significance of stable isotopes and radiocarbon dating in fluvial environments, In: Lecture notes, DST Programme on Fluvial systems (ed. L. S. Chamyal), Dept. of Geology, M.S. University of Baroda, Vadodara, India, pp.107-149. 71. M. G. Yadava and R. Ramesh (2005) Monsoon reconstruction from radiocarbon dated tropical Indian speleothems, The Holocene, 15, 1, 48-59. 72. M. G. Yadava and R. Ramesh (2005) Decadal variability in the Indo-Gangetic monsoon rainfall during the last ~2800 years: Speleothem £_18O evidence from the Sota cave, Uttar Pradesh, in: Antarctic Geoscience: Ocean-Atmosphere Interaction, and Paleoclimatology (ed.s S. Rajan and P. C. Pandey) SpecialPublication of NCAOR, Goa, 184-197. 73. Sanjeev Kumar, R. Ramesh, M S Seshshayee, S. Sardesai and P. P. Patel (2005) Signature of terrestrial influence on nitrogen isotopic composition of suspended particulate matter in the Bay of Bengal, Curr. Sci.88(5) 770- 774. 74. Sanjeev Kumar and R. Ramesh (2005), Productivity measurements in the Bay of Bengal using the 15N tracer: implications to the global carbon cycle, Ind. J. Mar.Sci.,34(2), 153-162. 75. R. Ramesh and M. G. Yadava (2005), Climate and water resources of India, Curr.Sci. 89,5, 818- 824. 76. R. Ramesh and M. Tiwari (2005), Significance of stable oxygen (£_18O) and carbon (£_13C) isotopic compositions of individual foraminifera (O. universa) in a sediment core from the Eastern Arabian Sea, in ¡§Micropaleontology, Application in Stratigraphy and Paleoceanography¡¨, edited by D. K. Sinha, M/s Narosa Publ. New Delhi, pp.309-329. 77. N. Sharma, R.A. Jani and R. Ramesh (2005) Oxygen isotope studies in an Ice wall near Maitri, Indian Antarctic Station, in: Antarctic Geoscience: Ocean-Atmosphere Interaction, and Paleoclimatology (ed.s S. Rajan and P. C. Pandey) Special publication of NCAOR, Goa, 91-99. 78. M. Tiwari, R. Ramesh, B. L. K. Somayajulu, A.J.T. Jull and G.S. Burr (2005) Solar Control of the Southwest Monsoon (SWM) on Centennial Time Scales, Current Science, 89,9, 1583-1588. 79. S.G. Viladkar, R. Ramesh, R. K. Avasia and P.B. Pawaskar (2005) Extrusive phase of carbonatite-alkaline activity in Amba Dongar Complex, Chhota Udaipur, Gujarat, J. Geol. Soc. Ind., 66, 3, 273-276. 80. M. Tiwari, R. Ramesh, B. L. K. Somayajulu, A.J.T. Jull and G. S. Burr (2005) Early deglacial (~19-17 ka) strengthening of the Northeast monsoon, Geophys. Res. Lett. 32, L19712, doi:10.1029/2005GL024070. 81. M. S. Sheshshayee, H. Bindumadhava, R. Ramesh, T.G. Prasad, M.R. Lakshminarayana and M. Udayakumar (2005) Oxygen Isotope Enrichment (ƒ´18O) as a time averaged measure of transpiration rate, J. Exp. Botany, doi:10.1093/jxb/eri300, 56(422):3033-3039. 83. S. Kumar, R.Ramesh, S. Sardesai and M S Sheshshayee (2005) Effect of incubation time and substrate concentration on N-uptake rates by phytoplankton in the Bay of Bengal, Biogeosciences Discussions, 2,1331-1352. 84. M. Tiwari, R. Ramesh, B. L. K. Somayajulu, A.J.T. Jull and G. S. Burr (2005) Monsoon record from an equatorial sediment core: correlation with high latitude climate and implications, Geomarine Letters 0276-0460 (Paper) 1432-1157(Online) doi:10.1007/s00367-005-0012-0. 84. J. S. Ray and R. Ramesh (2006) Stable carbon and oxygen isotopic compositions of Indian carbonatites, International. Geology reviews, 48,17-45. 85. M. Tiwari, R. Ramesh, M. G. Yadava, B. L. K. Somayajulu, A.J.T. Jull, G. S. Burr (2006) Persistent Control of Monsoon Winds by Precipitation During the Late Holocene, Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 7,3, 1-7. 86. M. G. Yadava and R. Ramesh (2006) Stable oxygen and carbon isotope variations in speleothems as monsoon proxies: a comparative study of four different locations in India, J. Geol. Soc. Ind. 68, 461-475. 87. SM Ramasamy, J. Saravanavel, M G Yadava & R. Ramesh (2007) Radiocarbon dating of some paleochannels in Tamil Nadu and their significance, Curr. Sci., 91,12, 1609-1630. 88. Satya Prakash and R. Ramesh (2007) Is the Arabian Sea getting more productive? Curr. Sci., 92,5,667-671. 89. S. Kumar and R. Ramesh (2007) 15N enrichment in the surface particulate organic nitrogen of the north-eastern Arabian Sea from the middle to the waning phase of the winter monsoon: possible causes, Ocean Sciences Discussion, 4,245-264. 90. R. Ramesh and M. Tiwari (2007) Comment on ¡§Monsoon related changes in sea surface productivity and water column denitrification in the eastern Arabian Sea during the last glacial cycle by VK Banakar, T. Oba, AR Chodankar, T Kuramoto, M. Yamamoto, M. Minagawa¡¨, Marine Geology, 238,119-120. 91. M.G. Yadava, K.S. Saraswat, I.B. Singh and R. Ramesh (2007) Evidences of early human occupation in the limestone caves of Bastar, Chhattisgarh, Curr. Sci., 92, 6, 820-823. 92. N. Chandrasekar and R. Ramesh (2007) Damages due to Tsunami in the south-eastern Coast of India,in: The Indian Ocean Tsunami, (eds. T. S. Murty, U. Aswathanarayana and N. Nirupama) 351-363,Taylor and Francis, London . 93. M. Tiwari and R. Ramesh (2007) Solar variability in the past and paleoclimatic data pertaining to southwest monsoon ¡Va review, Curr. Sci. (in the press). 94. M. Tiwari and R. Ramesh (2007) Problems and prospects of stable isotope applications to marine microfossils, Paleobotanist (in the press). 95. A. Jayaraman, P.C. Joshi and R. Ramesh (2007) Developments and achievements in atmospheric sciences and space meteorology, Curr. Sci. (in the press) 96. M. G. Yadava and R. Ramesh (2007) Significant long term periodicities in the proxy record of the Indian monsoon rainfall, New Astronomy, doi:10.1016/j.Newast.2007.04.001(in the press). 97. J. T. Padia, M. G. Yadava and R. Ramesh (2007) Stable isotopes and radiocarbon dating and their application to soil studies, Indian Journal of Geochemistry, (in the press) 98. H. Achyuthan and R. Ramesh (2007) Quaternary paleoclimatic inferences based on stable isotope studies of calcretes, Indian Journal of Geochemistry, (in the press). 99. M. G. Yadava, N. Gandhi and R. Ramesh (2007) Estimation of decomposition rate of peat deposits using radiocarbon, Indian Journal of Geochemistry, (in the press). 100. R. Ramesh, M. S. Sheshshayee and M. Tiwari (2007) Significance of £_15N variations in a sediment core from the equatorial Indian Ocean during the past ~35ka, Curr. Sci., (in the press). 101. M. G. Yadava, R. Ramesh and K. Pandarinath, A positive ¡§amount effect¡¨ in the Sahayadri (Western Ghats) rainfall?, Curr. 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