Aerosol physics, climate change, meteorological parameters study
1. Chun Nan Liu, S-F. Lin, Amit Awasthi, Chuen-Jinn Tsai, Y.C., Wu, C.F., Chen (2014). Sampling and conditioning artifacts of PM2.5 in filter-based samplers. Atmospheric Environment 85, 48-53. IF: 3.1, ISSN:1352-2310
2. Ravinder Agarwal, Amit Awasthi, Nirankar Singh, Prabhat K Gupta and Susheel K Mittal (2014). Statistical model to study the effect of agriculture crop residue burning on healthy subjects pfts. MAPAN 109, 57-65. IF: 0.28, ISSN: 0974-9853.
3. Amit Awasthi, Bo-Sen Wu, Chun Nan Liu, Chun-Wan Chen, Chuen-Jinn Tsai (2013). The Effect of Nanoparticle Morphology on the Measurement Accuracy of Mobility Particle Sizers. MAPAN. 28, 205-215. IF: 0.28, IF: 0.28,ISSN: 0974-9853.
4. Chun Nan Liu, Amit Awasthi, YI Hung Hung, Chuen-Jinn Tsai (2013). Differences in 24-h average PM2.5 concentrations between the beta attenuation monitor (BAM) and the dichotomous sampler (Dichot). Atmospheric Environment 75, 341-347. IF: 3.1, ISSN: 1352-2310.
5. Chun Nan Liu, Amit Awasthi, YI Hung Hung, Chuen-Jinn Tsai (2013). Collection Efficiency and Interstage Loss of Nanoparticles in Micro-orifice-based Cascade Impactors. Atmospheric Environment 69, 325-333. IF: 3.1, ISSN: 1352-2310.
6. Ravinder Agarwal, Amit Awasthi, Nirankar Singh, Prabhat K Gupta and Susheel K Mittal (2012). Effects of exposure to rice-crop residue burning smoke on pulmonary functions and Oxygen Saturation level of human beings in Patiala (India). Science of Total Environment 429, 161-166. IF: 3.2, ISSN: 0048-9697.
7. Ravinder Agarwal, Amit Awasthi, Nirankar Singh, Prabhat K Gupta and Susheel K Mittal (2012). Epidemiological study on healthy subjects affected by agriculture crop-residue burning episodes and its relation with their pulmonary function tests. International Journal of Environmental Health Research 1, 1-15. IF:1.2, ISSN: 1369-1619.
8. BalaKrishnan Gugamsetty, Wei Han, Chun Nan Liu, Amit Awasthi, Chuen-Jinn Tsai, G.D., Roam, Y.C., Wu, C.F., Chen (2012). Source characterization and apportionment of PM10, PM2.5 and PM0.1 by using positive matrix factorization. Aerosol and Air Quality Research 12, 476-491. IF:2.8, ISSN: 2071-1409.
9. Amit Awasthi, Ravinder Agarwal, Nirankar Singh, Prabhat K Gupta and Susheel K Mittal (2011). Study of size and mass distribution of particulate matter due to crop residue burning with seasonal variation in rural area of Punjab, India. Journal of Environment monitoring 13, 1073-1081. IF: 2.1, ISSN: 1464-0333.
10. Amit Awasthi, Nirankar Singh, Susheel Mittal, Prabhat K Gupta and Ravinder Agarwal (2010). Effects of Agriculture Crop Residue Burning on Children and Young on PFTs in North West India. Science of Total Environment 408, 4440-4445. IF: 3.2, ISSN: 0048-9697.
11. Ravinder Agarwal, Amit Awasthi, Susheel Mittal, Nirankar Singh and Prabhat K. Gupta (2010). Effects of air pollution on respiratory parameters during the wheat-residue burning in Patiala. Journal of Medical Engineering & Technology 34, 23-28. ISSN: 0309-1902.
12. Nirankar Singh, Susheel K Mittal, Ravinder Agarwal, Amit Awasthi and Prabhat Kumar Gupta (2010). Impact Assessment of Rice Crop Residue Burning on Levels of SPM, SO2 and NO2 in ambient air of Patiala city in India. International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry 90(10), 829-843. IF: 1.2, ISSN: 1029-0397.
13. Nirankar Singh, Ravinder Agarwal, Amit Awasthi, Prabhat K Gupta and Susheel K Mittal (2010). Characterization of atmospheric aerosols for organic tarry matter and combustible matter during crop residue burning and non-crop residue burning months in Northwestern region of India. Atmospheric Environment 44, 1292-1300. IF: 3.1, ISSN: 1352-2310.
14. Susheel K Mittal, Nirankar Singh, Ravinder Agarwal, Amit Awasthi and Prabhat K Gupta (2009). Ambient air quality during wheat and rice crop stubble burning episodes. Atmospheric Environment 43, 238-244. IF: 3.1, ISSN: 1352-2310.
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