High Altitude Biology
Crop modelling; Assessment of carbon dynamics through ground measurement, Remote Sensing and modelling
01894-233339 Ext. 432

Awarded "Young Scientist” by SERB, DST, New Delhi; 

Awarded Postdoctoral fellow by Dr. D.S. Kothari postdoctoral fellowship, UGC, New Delhi,

 UGC- NET qualified for Assistant Professorship in Environmental Science

Awarded Senior Research fellow by Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), New Delhi, 

Project Fellow and Senior Research fellow in BHU-SAC ISRO collaborative project

1.   Kumar, M. (2016). Impact of climate change on crop yield and role of model for achieving food security. Environmental monitoring and assessment,188(8), 1-14. (Impact factor 1.679).

2.   Kumar, M., Singh V., Singh H. (2016). An Assessment of Soil Carbon Efflux between Agroecosystem and Forest Ecosystem at Indo-Gangetic Plains and Vindhya Highland, India, Research & Reviews: Journal of Botany, 5(2), 27-35.

3.   Kumar M., Singh R.P., Panigrahy S., Raghubanshi A.S., (2014). Carbon Density and Accumulation in Agroecosystem of Indo-Gangetic Plains and Vindhyan highlands, India. Environmental Monitoring & Assessment, 186, 4971-4985. DOI 10.1007/s10661-014-3752-3. (Impact factor 1.679)

4.   Kumar M., Raghubanshi A.S. (2011). Sensitivity analysis of BIOME-BGC model for dry tropical forests of Vindhyan highlands, India. ISPRS Archives XXXVIII- 8/W20; Workshop Proceedings: Earth Observation for Terrestrial Ecosystems, 129 – 133.

5.   Singh H., Pathak P., Kumar M., Raghubanshi A.S. (2011). Carbon sequestration potential of Indo-Gangetic agroecosystem soils. Tropical Ecology, 52(2), 223-228. (Impact factor 0.786)

6.   Kumar M., Mukherjee N., Sharma G.P., Raghubanshi A.S. (2010). Land use patterns and urbanization in the holy city of Varanasi, India: a scenario. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 167, 417-422. DOI 10.1007/s10661-009-1060-0. (Impact factor 1.679)

7.   Kumar M., Singh R.P., Panigrahy S., Raghubanshi A.S. (2010). Assessment of Agro-ecosystem carbon stock in a part of middle Gangetic Plains, India. Crop Improvement, 37(2), 189 – 190. (NAAS rating 3.7)


8.   Sharma G.P., Kumar M., Raghubanshi A.S., (2010). Urbanization and road-use determines Calotropis procera distribution in the central highlands, India. Ambio, 39, 194–197. DOI 10.1007/s13280-010-0026-3. (Impact factor 2.973)

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