List of Publications

Total Publication: 110 (As on Dec 2018 in Google scholar)

Total Citations: 1237

h-index: 19

i10-index: 39

 
(a) Book(s)
1. A. P. Dimri and A. Chevuturi. “Western Disturbances-An Indian Meteorological Perspective”, Springer, The Netherlands.
2. Himalayan Weather and Climate and their impact on the environment. Editors: A. P. Dimri, B. Bookhagen, M. Stoffel and T. Yasunari. Handling Editor: Petra van Steenbergen. Springer, The Netherlands (in preparation).
 
(b) Review Paper(s)
1. Shruti Singh, Rajesh Kumar and A. P. Dimri. Mass Balance Status of Indian Himalayan Glaciers: A brief review. Frontiers in Environmental Science - Interdisciplinary Climate Studies - Research Topic: Himalayan Climate Interactions (accepted).
2. R. M. Devi, M. K. Patasaraiya, B. Sinha, S. Saran, A. P. Dimri and R. Jaiswal. Scientific Approaches in Understanding the Linkages between Climate Change and Forest: A review. Current Science, Vol. 114, No. 5, 10 March 2018.
3. S. K. Jain, P. Mani, S. K. Jain, P. Prakash, V. P. Singh, S. Kumar, S. P. Agarwal, and A. P. Dimri. A Review of Flood Forecasting Techniques and Applications. The International Journal of River Basin Management. https://doi.org/10.1080/15715124.2017.1411920.
4. A. P. Dimri, A. Chevuturi, D. Niyogi, R. J. Thayyen, K. Ray, S. N. Tripathi, A. K. Pandey and U. C. Mohanty. Cloudbursts in Indian Himalayas: A Review. Earth-Science Reviews, 168, 1–23, 2017.
5. A. P. Dimri, T. Yasunari, B. S. Kotlia, U.C. Mohanty and D. R. Sikka. Indian Winter Monsoon: Present and Past. Earth-Science Reviews, 163, 297–322. 2016.
6. A. P. Dimri, R. J. Thayyen, K. Kibler, A. Stanton, D. Tullos and V. P. Singh. A review of atmospheric and land surface processes with emphasis on flood generation along the southern rim of the Himalayas. Science of Total Environment, 556, 98 – 115, 2016.
7. A. P. Dimri, D. Niyogi, A. P. Barros, J. Ridley, U. C. Mohanty, T. Yasunari and D. R. Sikka. Western Disturbance: A Review. Reviews of Geophysics, 53, DOI:10.1002/2014RG000460, 2015.

(c) Papers published in reviewed and referred international/national journals
2019
112. Mifta ul Shafiq, Shazia Ramzan, Pervez Ahmed, Rashid Mehmood and A. P. Dimri. Assessment of future climatic changes over Kashmir Himalayas, India. Theoretical and Applied Climatology (accepted).
111. P. Rai, A. Choudhary and A. P. Dimri. Future precipitation extremes over India from the CORDEX-South Asia experiments Theoretical and Applied Climatology (accepted).
110. P. Maharana, A. P. Dimri and A. Choudhary. Redistribution of Indian Summer Monsoon by dust aerosols forcing. Meteorological Application (accepted).
109. P. Maharana and A. P. Dimri. Monsoon: Past, present and future. Proceedings of the Indian National Science Academy (accepted).
108. B. R. Arora, A. P. Dimri, D. P. Dobhal, N. C. Pant, M. Sharma, P. Sharma, S, Shukla, Al. Ramanathan and M. Thamban. The Himalayan Cryosphere: Appraisal of Climate-Glacier Inter-linkages. Proceedings of the Indian National Science Academy (accepted).
2018
107. R. Sawlani, R. Agnihotri, C. Sharma, P. K. Patra, A. P. Dimri, K. Ram and R. L. Verma. The severe Delhi SMOG of 2016: a case of delayed crop residue burning, coincident firecracker emissions and atypical meteorology. Atmospheric Pollution Research. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apr.2018.12.015.
106. A. Choudhary, A. P. Dimri and H. Paeth. Added value of CORDEX-SA experiments in simulating Indian Summer Monsoon precipitation over India. International Journal of Climatology. DOI: 10.1002/joc.5942.
105. A. Choudhary and A. P. Dimri. On bias correction of summer monsoon precipitation over India from CORDEX-SA simulations. International Journal of Climatology. DOI: 10.1002/joc.5889.
104. P. Kumar, J. Sanwal, A. P. Dimri and R. Ramesh. Contribution of diverse monsoon precipitation over Central and Northern India during Mid to Late Holocene. Quaternary International. DOI:10.1016/j.quaint.2018.10.003.
103. A. P. Dimri, D. Kumar, S. Chopra and A. Choudhary. Indus: Climate and Water Budget. International Journal of Climatology, 2018;1–12. https://doi.org/10.1002/joc.5816.
102. Shruti Singh, Rajesh Kumar and A. P. Dimri. Mass Balance Status of Indian Himalayan Glaciers: A brief review. Frontiers in Environmental Science - Interdisciplinary Climate Studies - Research Topic: Himalayan Climate Interactions, 6:30. DOI: 10.3389/fenvs.2018.00030.
101. A. Shikha, P. Maharana, K. K. Singh, A. P. Dimri and R. Niwas. A modeling case study of cotton crop in changing climate. Current Science, Vol. 115, No. 5, 10 September 2018.
100. T. M. Midhuna and A. P. Dimri. Impact of Arctic Oscillation on Indian Winter Monsoon. Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics. DOI: 10.1007/s00703-018-0628-z.
99. V. Goel, S. K. Mishra, A. Ahlawat, C. Sharma, N. Vijayan, S. R. Radhakrishnan, A. P. Dimri and R. K. Kotnala. Effect if reduced traffic density on characteristics of particulate matter over Delhi. Current Science, Vol. 115, No. 2, 25 July 2018.
98. P. Kumar and A. P. Dimri. Energetics of Indian winter monsoon. Journal of Earth System Sciences, 127(73), 2018. DOI:10.1007/s12040-018-0976-6.
97. G. Agnihotri and A. P. Dimri. Observed structure of convective echoes over southern Indian peninsula during pre- monsoon using TRMM Precipitation Radar. Mausam, 69, 2, 193-208, Apr 2018.
96. A. Choudhary and A. P. Dimri. Performance of an ensemble of CORDEX-SA simulations in representing maximum and minimum temperature over the Himalayan region. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, DOI:10.1007/s00704-018-2532-3.
95. R. J. Thayyen and A. P. Dimri. Modeling slope environmental lapse rate (SELR) of temperature in the monsoon glacio-hydrological regime of the western Himalaya. Frontiers in Earth Science- Interdisciplinary Climate Studies. Himalayan Climate Interactions, DOI: 10.3389/fenvs.2018.00042.
94. S. Nawaz Ali, Jyotsna Dubey, Ruby Ghosh, M. Firoze Quamar, Anupam Sharma, P. Morthekai, A. P. Dimri, Mayank Shekhar and Shailesh Agrawal. High frequency abrupt shifts in the Indian summer monsoon since Younger Dryas in the Himalaya. Scientific Reports, (2018) 8:9287, DOI:10.1038/s41598-018-27597-6.
93. C. Xu, M. Sano, A. P. Dimri, R. Ramesh, T. Nakatsuka, F. Shi and Z. Guo. Decreasing Indian summer monsoon in northern Indian sub-continent during the last 180 years: evidence from five tree cellulose oxygen isotope chronologies. Climate of the Past (PAGES2k special issue) 14, 653-664, 2018, https://doi.org/10.5194/cp-14-653-2018.
92. S. G. Kutty, G. Agnihotri, A. P. Dimri and I. Gultepe. Fog Occurrence and associated meteorological factors over Kempegowda International Airport, India. PAGEOPH, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00024-018-1882-1.
91. R. M. Devi, M. K. Patasaraiya, B. Sinha, S. Saran, A. P. Dimri and R. Jaiswal. Scientific Approaches in Understanding the Linkages between Climate Change and Forest: A review. Current Science, Vol. 114, No. 5, 10 March 2018.
90. A. P. Dimri. Comparison of regional and seasonal changes and trends in daily surface temperature extremes over India and its sub-regions. Theoretical and applied Climatology, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00704-018-2486-5.
89. Mifta ul Shafi, Rehana Rasool, Pervez Ahmed and A. P. Dimri. Temperature and Precipitation trends in Kashmir Valley, North Western Himalayas. Theoretical and applied Climatology, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00704-018-2377-9.
88. A. P. Dimri, D. Kumar, A. Choudhary and P. Maharana. Future changes over the Himalayas: Maximum and minimum temperature. Global and Planetary Change, 162, 212-234, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gloplacha.2018.01.015.
87. A. P. Dimri, D. Kumar, A. Choudhary and P. Maharana. Future changes over the Himalayas: Mean temperature. Global and Planetary Change, 162, 235-251, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gloplacha.2018.01.015.
2017
86. Madhavi Jain, A. P. Dimri and D. Niyogi. Land-air interactions over two selected transects using satellite observations from 1991-2016: A case study over Delhi, India. Remote Sensing. DOI 10.3390/rs9121283.
85. S. K. Jain, P. Mani, S. K. Jain, P. Prakash, V. P. Singh, S. Kumar, S. P. Agarwal, and A. P. Dimri. A Review of Flood Forecasting Techniques and Applications. The International Journal of River Basin Management. https://doi.org/10.1080/15715124.2017.1411920.
84. D. Kumar and A. P. Dimri. Regional Climate projections for Northeast India: An Appraisal from CORDEX South Asia Experiment. Theoretical and Applied Climatology. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00704-017-2318-z.
83. Madhavi Jain and A. P. Dimri. Efficacy of Filtering Techniques in Improving Landsat SLC-off Thermal Infra-Red Data. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing. DOI 10.1109/JSTARS.2017.2751059.
82. A. Choudhary, A. P. Dimri and P. Maharana. Assessment of CORDEX-SA experiments in representing Summer Monsoon over India. Theoretical and Applied Climatology. DOI 10.1007/s00704-017-2274-7.
81. R. M. Devi, B. Sinha, A.P. Dimri and and S. Saran. Application of regional climate models in assessing climate change impact on forest of Kanha Tiger reserve. Indian Forester, 143 (9): 737-744.
80. A. P. Dimri, W.W. Immerzeel, N. Salzmann and R. J. Thayyen. Comparison of climatic trends and variability among glacierized environments in the western Himalayas. Theoretical and Applied Climatology.  DOI 10.1007/s00704-017-2265-8 . 
79. M. Sano, A. P. Dimri, R. Ramesh, C. Xu, Z. Li and T. Nakatsuka. Moisture source signals preserved in a 242-year tree-ring δ18O chronology in the western Himalaya. Global and Planetary Change. 157, 2017, 73-83.
78. P. Rai, M. Joshi, A. P. Dimri and A. G. Turner. The role of potential vorticity anomalies in the Somali Jet on Indian Summer Monsoon Intraseasonal Variability. Climate Dynamics. DOI 10.1007/s00382-017-3865-9.
77. A. Choudhary and A. P. Dimri. Assessment of CORDEX-South Asia experiments for monsoonal precipitation over Himalayan region for future climate. Climate Dynamics, 2017, 1-22, DOI 10.1007/s00382-017-3789-4
76. M. M. Nageswararao, U. C. Mohanty and A. P. Dimri. Probability of occurrence of Monthly and Seasonal winter Precipitation over Northwest India based on Antecedent-monthly Precipitation. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 2017, DOI: 10.1007/s00704-017-2171-0
75A. P. Dimri,  A. Chevuturi, D. Niyogi, R. J. Thayyen, K. Ray, S.N. Tripathi, A.K. Pandey and U.C. Mohanty. Cloudbursts in Indian Himalayas: A review. Earth-Science Reviews, 2017, 1-23, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.earscirev.2017.03.006.
74. T. Nengker, A. Choudhary and A. P. Dimri. Assessment of the performance of CORDEX-SA experiments in simulating seasonal mean temperature over the Himalayan region for the present climate: Part I. Climate Dynamics, 2017, 1-31, DOI:10.1007/s00382-017-3597-x.
73. M. M. Nageswararao, U. C. Mohanty, S. S. V. S. Ramakrishna and A. P. Dimri. An inter–comparison of observational precipitation datasets over Northwest India during winter. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 2017, DOI: 10.1007/s00704-017-2083-z.
72. C. Xu, M. Sano, A. Dimri, R. Ramesh, T. Nakatsuka, F. Shi and Z. Guo. Decreasing Indian summer monsoon in northern Indian sub-continent during the last 180 years: evidence from five tree cellulose oxygen isotope chronologies, Clim. Past Discuss., 2017, DOI: 10.5194/cp-2016-132.
71.  P. Rai and A. P. Dimri. Effect of changing Tropical Easterly Jet, Low Level Jet and Quasi-Biennial Oscillation phases on Indian Summer Monsoon. Atmospheric Science Letters, 2017, DOI:10.1002/asl.723.
2016
70. A. P. Dimri, T. Yasunari, B. S. Kotlia, U.C. Mohanty and D. R. Sikka. Indian Winter Monsoon: Present and Past. Earth-Science Reviews, 2016, 293-322. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.earscirev.2016.10.008.
69.  R. Agnihotri, A. P. Dimri, H. M. Joshi, N. K. Verma, C. Sharma, J. Singh and Y. P. Sundriyal. Assessing operative natural and anthropogenic forcing factors from long-term climate time series of Uttarakhand (India) in the backdrop of recurring extreme rainfall events over Northwest Himalaya. Geomorphology, 2016, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.geomorph.2016.10.024.
68. A. Chevuturi, A. P. Dimri and R. J. Thayyen. Climate Change over Leh (Ladakh), India. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 2016, DOI: 10.1007/s00704-016-1989-1.
67. A. P. Dimri. Warm pool/cold tongue El Niño and Indian winter Monsoon. Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics, 2016, 1-11. DOI: 10.1007/s00703-016-0476-7.
66. R.J. Thayyen and A. P. Dimri. Modeling Slope Environmental Lapse Rate (SELR) of temperature in the monsoon glacio-hydrological regime of the Himalaya. The Cryosphere Discussion, 2016, 1-35, doi:10.5194/tc-2016-152.
65. S. Schauwecker, M. Rohrer, M. Schwarb, C. Huggel, A. P. Dimri and N. Salzmann. Estimation of snowfall limit for the Kashmir Valley, Indian Himalaya, with TRMM PR Bright Band information. Meteorologische Zeitschrif, 2016, 501-509, DOI: 10.1127/metz/2016/0738.
64. M. Jain, A. P. Dimri and D. Niyogi. Urban sprawl patterns and processes in Delhi from 1977-2014 based on remote sensing and spatial metrics approaches. Earth Interactions, 2016, 20(14), 1-29, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/EI-D-15-0040.1.
63. A. P. Dimri, R. J. Thayyen, K. Kibler, A. Stanton, D. Tullos and V. P. Singh. A review of atmospheric and land surface processes with emphasis on flood generation in the Southern Himalayan rivers. Science of Total Environment, 2016, 556, 98-115, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2016.02.206.
62. A. Chevuturi and A.P. Dimri. Investigation of Uttarakhand (India) disaster- 2013 using Weather Research and Forecasting model. Natural Hazards, 2015, 1-24, DOI: 10.1007/s11069-016-2264-6.
61. A. P. Dimri. Spring “predictability barrier” and Indian summer monsoon. Journal of Climate Change, 2016, 2(1), 53–60. DOI 10.3233/JCC-160006.
60. M. Jain, D. Dawa, R. Mehta, A. P. Dimri and M. K. Pandit. Monitoring land use change and its drivers in Delhi, India using multi-temporal satellite data. Modeling Earth Systems and Environment, 2016, 2(1), 1-14. DOI:10.1007/s40808-016-0075-0.
2015
59.  K. Saurabh and A. P. Dimri. Non-linearity explanation in Artificial Neural Network application with a case study of Fog forecast over Delhi region. Pure and Applied Geophysics, 2015, 1-17. DOI:10.1007/s00024-015-1205-8.
58.  S. Ghimire, A. Choudhary and A. P. Dimri. Assessment of the performance of CORDEX‑South Asia experiments for monsoonal precipitation over the Himalayan region during present climate: part I. Climate Dynamics, 2015, 1-24, DOI:10.1007/s00382-015-2747-2.
57. A. Chevuturi, A. P. Dimri, S. Das, A. Kumar and D. Niyogi. Numerical simulation of an intense precipitation event over Rudraprayag in the Central Himalayas during 13-14 September 2012. Journal of Earth System Sciences, 2015, 124(7), 1545-1561, DOI:10.1007/s12040-015-0622-5.
56. A. Chevuturi and A.P. Dimri. Inter-comparison of physical processes associated with winter and non-winter hailstorms using the Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model. Modeling Earth Systems and Environment, 2015, 1(3), 1-9, DOI:10.1007/s40808-015-0014-5.
55. P. Maharana and A. P. Dimri. Study of intraseasonal variability of Indian summer monsoon using a regional climate model. Climate Dynamics, 2015, 1-22, DOI:10.1007/s00382-015-2631-0.
54. P. Shrestha, A. P. Dimri, A. Schomburg and C. Simmer. Improved understanding of extreme rainfall event in Uttarakhand state of the India: A case study using COSMO. Tellus A, 67, 2015, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/tellusa.v67.26031.
53. G. Agnihotri and A. P. Dimri. Study of thermodynamic and dynamic parameter on thunderstorm and non-thunderstorm day during pre monsoon season over Bangalore. Journal of Earth System Sciences, 2015, DOI:10.1007/s12040-015-0612-7.
52. A. P. Dimri, D. Niyogi, A. P. Barros, J. Ridley, U. C. Mohanty, T. Yasunari and D. R. Sikka. Western Disturbance: A Review. Reviews of Geophysics, 2015, DOI: 10.1002/2014RG000460.
51. P. Maharana and A. P. Dimri. Effect of dust on the Indian summer monsoon. Geophysical Research Abstracts, 2015, Vol. 17, EGU2015-13927.
2014
50. R. M. Devi, A. P. Dimri and J. Dutta. Uttarakhand disaster: Natural or Man-made?-A Meteorological Investigation. eJournal of Applied Forest Ecology (eJAFE), 2014, Vol. 2, No. 2, 32-38.
49. A. P. Dimri. How robust and (un)certain are regional climate models over the Himalayas? The Cryosphere Discuss., 2014, 8, 6251-6270.
48. R. J. Thayyen and A. P. Dimri. Factors controlling Slope Environmental Lapse Rate (SELR) of temperature in the monsoon and cold-arid glacio-hydrological regimes of the Himalaya. The Cryosphere Discuss., 2014, 8, 5645-5686.
47. A. Chevuturi, A.P. Dimri and U.B. Guntru. Numerical Simulation of a rare winter Hailstorm Event over Delhi, India on 17Jan2013. Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci., 2014, 14, 3331–3344.
46. A. Chevuturi, A.P. Dimri and U.B. Guntru. Numerical Simulation of a ‘Winter’ Hailstorm Event over Delhi, India on 17Jan2013. Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci. Discuss., 2014, 2, 6033-6067.
45. G. Agnihotri and A. P. Dimri. Simulation Study of Heavy Rainfall Episodes over southern Indian Peninsula. Meteorological Applications, 2014, 22(2), 223-235.
44. P. Maharana and A.P. Dimri. Study of seasonal climatology and interannual variability over India and its subregions using a regional climate model (RegCM3). Journal of Earth System Science, 2014, 123(5), 1147-1169.
43. A. P. Dimri. Sub-seasonal interannual variability associated with the excess and deficit Indian winter monsoon over the Western Himalayas. Climate Dynamics, 2014, 42 (7-8), 1793-1805.
42. P. Maharana and A. P. Dimri. Impact of initial and boundary condition on regional winter climate over the western Himalayas: A fixed domain size experiment. Global and Planetary Change, 2014, 114, 1-3.
41. A. P. Dimri and A. Chevuturi. Model sensitivity analysis study for Western Disturbances over the Himalayas. Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics, 2014, 123(3-4), 155-180.
2013
40. A. P. Dimri, T. Yasunari, A. Wiltshire, P. Kumar, C. Mathison, J. Ridley and D. Jacob. Application of regional climate models to the Indian winter monsoon over the western Himalayas. Science of Total Environment, 2013, 468, S36-S47.
39. C. Mathison, A. Wiltshire, A. P. Dimri, P. Fallon, D. Jacob, P. Kumar, E. Moors, J. Ridley, C. Siderius, M. Stoffel and T. Yasunari. Regional Projections of North Indian Climate for Adaptation Studies. Science of Total Environment, 2013, 468, S4-S17.
38. R. K. Yadav, A. R. Dandi and A P Dimri. On the relationship between ENSO patterns and winter precipitation over North and Central India. Global and Planetary Change, 2013, 107, 50-58.
37. A. P. Dimri. Interannual variability of Indian Winter Monsoon over the Western Himalaya. Global and Planetary Change, 2013, 106, 39–50.
36. A. P. Dimri and D. Niyogi. Regional climate model application at subgrid scale on Indian winter monsoon over the western Himalayas. Int. J. of Climatol., 2013, 33(9), 2185-2205.
35. A. P. Dimri. Relationship between ENSO Phases with the Northwest India Winter Precipitation. Int. J. of Climatol., 2013, 33(8), 1917-1923.
34. A. P. Dimri. Intraseasonal oscillation associated with Indian Winter Monsoon. Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmosphere, 2013, 118(3), 1189-1198.
33. R. J. Thayyen, A. P. Dimri, P. Kumar and G. Agnihotri. Study of cloudburst and flash floods around Leh, India during August 4-6, 2010. Natural Hazards, 2013, 65(3), 2175-2204.
32. A. Chevuturi and A. P. Dimri. Rudraprayag Cloudburst 13-14 Sep 2012. Vayu Mandal, 2013, 39(1-2), 25-34.
2012                                                                                   
31. G. Semwal and A. P. Dimri. Impact of initial and boundary conditions on Simulations of Western Disturbances and associated Precipitation. Natural Hazards, 2012, 64(2), 1405-1424.
30. A. P. Dimri. Atmospheric Water Budget over the Western Himalayas in a Regional Climate Model. Journal of Earth System Sciences, 2012, 121(4), 963-973.
29. A. P. Dimri. Wintertime Land Surface Characteristics in climatic Simulations over the Western Himalayas. Journal of Earth System Sciences, 2012, 121(2), 329-344.
28. A. P. Dimri and S.K. Dash. Wintertime Climatic Trends in the Western Himalayas. Climatic Change, 2012, 111(3-4), 775-800.
27. A. P. Dimri and P. Maharana. Inter-annual variability of precipitation simulated by RegCM3 over India and Indian Himalayas. Vayu Mandal, 2012, 38(1-4), 70-80.
2011
26. G. Semwal and A. P. Dimri. Diagnostic Study and Numerical Simulation of the Bombay (INDIA) Deluge. Natural Hazards, 2011, 59(1), 17-31.
2010
25. A. P. Dimri and S.K. Dash. Winter Temperature and Precipitation changes in the Siachen Glacier. Current Science, 2010, 98(12), 1620 – 1625.
2009
24. A. P. Dimri and U.C. Mohanty. Simulation of Mesoscale Features Associated With Intense Western Disturbances over Western Himalayas. Meteorological Application, 2009, 16(3), 289 – 308.
23. A. P. Dimri. Impact of Subgrid Scale Scheme on Topography and Landuse for better regional scale simulation of meteorological variables over Western Himalayas. Climate Dynamics, 2009, 32(4), 565–574.
2008
22. D. Singh, A. P. Dimri and A. Ganju. Analog Method for Simultaneous Prediction of Surface Weather Parameters at Specific Location in the Western Himalaya (India). Meteorological Application, 2008, 15(4), 491-496.
21. A. P. Dimri, P. Joshi and A. Ganju. Precipitation Forecast over Western Himalayas using k - Nearest Neighbor Method. International Journal of Climatology, 2008, 28(14),1921-1931.
20. A. P. Dimri. Diagnostic Studies of an Active Western Disturbance over Western Himalaya. Mausam, 2008, 59(2), 227 - 236.
2007
19. A. P. Dimri. The Transport of Mass, Heat and Moisture over Western Himalayas during Winter Season. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 2007, 90 (1-2), 49-63.
18. A. P. Dimri and A. Ganju. Wintertime Seasonal scale Simulation over Western Himalayas using RegCM3. PAGEOPH, 2007, 164(8-9), 1733-1746.
17. A. P. Dimri. A Study of Mean Winter Circulation Characteristics and Energetics over Southeastern Asia. PAGEOPH, 2007, 164(5), 1081 - 1106.
16. A. P. Dimri and U.C. Mohanty. Location Specific Prediction of Maximum and Minimum Temperature over Western Himalayas. Meteorological Application, 2007, 14(1), 79-93.
2006
15. A. P. Dimri. Surface and Upper Air Fields during Extreme Winter Precipitation over Western Himalayas. PAGEOPH, 2006, 163( 8), 1679 – 1698.
14. A. P. Dimri, U.C. Mohanty, M. Azadi and L.S. Rathore. Numerical Study of Western Disturbances over Western Himalayas using Mesoscale Model. Mausam, 2006, 57(4), 579 – 590.
2005
13. A. P. Dimri. The Contrasting Features of Winter Circulation during Surplus and Deficient Precipitation over Western Himalayas. PAGEOPH, 2005, 162(11), 2215 – 2237.
12. A. P. Dimri, U.C. Mohanty and L.S. Rathore. Minimum Temperature Forecast at Manali, India. Current Science, 2005, 88(6), 927 – 934.
11. A. P. Dimri, U.C. Mohanty and L.S. Rathore. Point Probabilistic Prediction of Precipitation and Quantitative Precipitation Forecast in western Himalayas. Mausam, 2005, 56(3), 535 – 542.
2004
10. A. P. Dimri. Models to Improve Winter Minimum Temperature Forecasts, Delhi, India. Meteorological Application, 2004, 11(2), 129 – 139.
9. A. P. Dimri. Impact of Horizontal Model Resolution and Orography on the Simulation of a Western Disturbance and its Associated Precipitation. Meteorological Application, 2004, 11(2), 115 – 127.
8. A. P. Dimri, U.C. Mohanty and M. Mandal. Simulation of Heavy Precipitation Associated with an Intense Western Disturbance over Northwest Himalayas. Natural Hazards, 2004, 31(2), 499 - 519.
7. A. Ganju and A. P. Dimri. Prevention and Mitigation of Avalanche Disasters in Western Himalayan Region. Natural Hazards, 2004, 31(2), 357 – 371.
6. U.C. Mohanty and A. P. Dimri. Location Specific Prediction of Probability of Occurrence and Quantity of Precipitation over Western Himalayas. Weather and Forecasting, 2004, 19(3), 520 – 533.
2002
5. A. P. Dimri, U.C. Mohanty, O. P. Madan and N. Ravi. Statistical model based forecast of minimum and maximum temperature at Manali. Current Science, 2002, 82(8), 997 – 1003.
4. A. P. Dimri, V.K. Jain and B.B. Dash. Effect of Dust Aerosol Layer on Vertical Temperature Profile. Mausam, 2002, 4(53), 539 – 541.
2001
3. A. P. Dimri, U.C. Mohanty and P Naresh. Estimation of Minimum Surface Temperature at StageII. Defense Science Journal, 2001, 51(2), 171-174.
1999
2. A. P. Dimri and U.C. Mohanty. Snowfall Statistics of Some Snow and Avalanche Study Estt. Field Stations In J&K and A Case Study of Western Disturbance. Defense Science Journal, 1999, 49(5), 437 - 445.
1. A. P. Dimri and V.K. Jain. Radiative Effects of Desert Aerosols. Current Science, 1999, 77(1), 163-166.

(d) Books/Chapters in books
13. A. Agrawal, A. P. Dimri and R. J. Thayyen. Mass balance modeling of Gangotri glacier.  The Himalayan Cryosphere: Past and Present. Pant et al. (Eds.), Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 2017. 462. https://doi.org/10.1144/SP462.1.
12. A. P. Dimri, D. Kumar and M. Srivastava. Regional climate changes over northeast India: Present and Future (Submitted to Development Through Disaster Management: Studies from the North Eastern Region of India. Singh et al. (Eds), 2017. Palgrave-Springer publisher).
11. D. Kumar, A. Choudhary and A. P. Dimri. Regional climate changes over Hindukush-Karakoram-Himalaya region. Science and Geopolitics of The White World. Goel et al. (Eds), 2017, 978-3-319-57764-7, 440797_1_En, (11).
10. A. P. Dimri and A. Chevuturi. “Western Disturbances-An Indian Meteorological Perspective”, Springer, The Netherlands.
9. A. Chevuturi, R. M. Devi and A. P. Dimri. Study of Kedarnath disaster, 2013. Lessons From Nepal's Earthquake For The Indian Himalayas And The Gangetic Plains. Singh et al. (Eds.), 2016, 140p.
8. P. Maharana, A. P. Dimri and A. Choudhary. Effect of Dust on the Indian Summer Monsoon. Geostatistical and Geospatial Approaches for the Characterization of Natural Resources in the Environment. Raju et al. (Eds), 2015, 969p. ISBN 978-3-319-18663-4. 
7. A. Chevuturi, A.P. Dimri, and U.B. Gunturu. Winter Hailstorm over New Delhi, India. Geostatistical and Geospatial Approaches for the Characterization of Natural Resources in the Environment. Raju et al. (Eds.), 2015, 969p. ISBN 978-3-319-18663-4.
6. A. Chevvuturi and A. P. Dimri. Numerical Simulation of a Hailstorm event over Delhi, India on 28Mar2013. High Impact Weather Events over the SAARC Region. Ray et al. (Eds.), 2014, 393p. ISBN:978-93-81891-12-4.
5. A. P. Dimri and P. Maharana. Regional Climate Modeling over the Himalayas. Management of Water Energy and Bio-resources in the Era of Climate Change: Emerging Issues and Challenges. Raju et al. (Eds.), 2013, 372p. ISBN:978-93-81891-06-3.
4. A. P. Dimri. Relationship of ENSO phases and wintertime precipitation over western Himalayas. Global Change, Biodiversity and livelihood in Cold Desert Region of Asia. Saxena et al. (Eds.), 2011, 322p. ISBN: 978-81-211-0780-8.
3. A. P. Dimri and A. Ganju. Wintertime Seasonal Scale Simulation over Western Himalaya using RegCM3. Atmospheric and Oceanic Mesoscale Processes. Series: Pageoph Topical Volumes. Sharan and Raman (Eds.), 2007, 430p. ISBN: 978-3-7643-8492-0.
2. U. C. Mohanty, M. Mandal, A.K. Das and A. P. Dimri. Mesoscale modeling of convective systems over India: Status and Scope. Weather and Climate modeling. Singh et al. (Eds.), 2003, 231p. ISBN: 81-224-1456-7.
1. A. P. Dimri. Avalanche: A Hazard in Mountainous Terrain. Bioresource and Environment. Tripathi and Tripathi (Eds.), 2002, 408p. ISBN: 81-8030-008-0.

(e) Technical Reports
10. U. C. Mohanty and A. P. Dimri. Atmospheric Sciences: A report to IAMAS 2014. Indian National Report for IUGG 2015. Published from INSA New Delhi. file:///C:/Documents%20and%20Settings/Administrator/My%20Documents/Downloads/INSA_mod.pdf.
9. A. P. Dimri. Roof of the world: The world’s highest mountain range has a huge effect on regional climate. Meteorological Technology International, April 2013, 50 - 53. http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/2b71d0a9#/2b71d0a9/52.
8. T Yasunari, AP Dimri, A Wiltshire, P Kumar, C Mathison, J Ridley. Role of topography on winter precipitation over the western Himalayas. Highnoon Delivery Report, 2012.
7. A Science and Policy Brief. Adaptation to climate change in the Ganges Basin, Northern India.  EU-FP7 HighNoon Project Report, Alterra, Wageningen UR, Wageningen, The Netherlands.(http://www.eu-highnoon.org/).
6. Climate Change in the Hindu Kush-Himalayas : The State of Current Knowledge. Singh, SP; Bassignana-Khadka, I; Karky, BS; Sharma, E (2011), Kathmandu: ICIMOD. (http://books.icimod.org/index.php/downloads/pd/773).
5. Climate Change and India : A 4X4 Assessment – A Sectorial and Regional Analysis for 2030s, Indian Network for Climate Change Assessment (INCCA), United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), Ministry of Environment and Forest (MoEF), Govt of India (GoI), Nov 2010, 164pp (http://www.indiaenvironmentportal.org.in/files/fin-rpt-incca.pdf).
4. A. P. Dimri, R.N. Sarwade and A. Kumar. Wintertime Climatic Extreme Analysis over the Western Himalayas. Snow and Avalanche Study Establishment, Defense Research and Development Organization, Him Parisar, Sector 37A, Chandigarh, India, Nov 2007, Technical Report.
3. A. P. Dimri and U. C. Mohanty. Statistical Model Development for Weather Prediction in Tropics. Snow and Avalanche Study Establishment, Defense Research and Development Organization, Him Parisar, Sector 37A, Chandigarh, India, Feb 2006, Technical Report.
2. U. C. Mohanty, A. P. Dimri, M.C. Pant, P.L.S. Rao and O.P. Madan. To study the role of Himalayas in the Deterministic prediction of large scale weather pattern over northwest India with high resolution limited area model. Centre for Atmospheric Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology, Hauz Khas, New Delhi - 110016, INDIA, Technical Report.
1. A. P. Dimri, U.C. Mohanty and M.C. Pant. Snowfall climatology over western Himalayas (Based on winter data of 1985 – 1994 over Jammu & Kashmir, India). Centre for Atmospheric Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology, Hauz Khas, New Delhi - 110016, INDIA, Technical Report.