Applied Geology

Mr. Nirasindhu Desinayak

Room No. - NA,

+91 8763505545

nirasindhu@ravenshawuniversity.ac.in

Nirasindhu Desinayak is an assistant professor in the Department of Geology, Ravenshaw University. He has completed his M.Sc. degree in the Department of Applied Geology, Utkal University in 2014, presently pursuing his Ph.D. Degree from Department of Geology, IIT(ISM) Dhanbad, Jharkhand under the guidance of Prof. Anup K. Prasad.

Selected Publications

  • Group
  • Research
  • Publications
  • Teaching

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  • Cryosphere, Remote Sensing & GIS

 

  • Desinayak, N., Prasad, A.K., El-Askary, H., Kafatos, M. and Asrar, G.R., 2022, January. Snow cover variability
    and trend over the Hindu Kush Himalayan region using MODIS and SRTM data. In Annales Geophysicae (Vol.
    40, No. 1, pp. 67-82). Copernicus GmbH.

  • Desinayak, N., Satyam, G.P., Nayak, S., Singh, R.K., Jadav, S. and Behera, G.S., 2022. Asserting the
    Depleting Groundwater Condition in Coastal Region and Its Relation to River System by Using Remote
    Sensing and GIS: A Case Study of Rushikulya River Basin, Odisha, India. Journal of the Indian Society of
    Remote Sensing, 50(1), pp.55-71.
  • A., El-Askary, H. and Kafatos, M., 2018, April. Snow cover variability over Hindu Kush Himalayan region using MODIS Terra (2000-2017). In EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts (p. 17066).
  • Desinayak, N., Prasad, A., El-Askary, H.,Kafatos, M. and Asrar, G., 2016, April. Status of snow cover in Himalaya and Tibetan Plateau using longterm MODIS observations (2000-2015). In SPIE- Asia Pacific Remote Sensing, 9877-75

  • Remote Sensing & GIS
  • Applied Geomorphology
  • Oceanography and Climatology