Anshuman Bhardwaj

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The present work evaluates the applicability of operational land imager (OLI) and thermal infrared sensor (TIRS) on-board Landsat 8 satellite. We demonstrate an algorithm for automated mapping of glacier facies and supraglacial debris using data collected in blue, near infrared (NIR), short wave infrared (SWIR) and thermal infrared (TIR) bands. The(More)
*Corresponding author: Dr. R.K. Purohit, Radiation Biology Laboratory, Department of Zoology, Govt. Dungar College, Bikaner, 334001, India. Fax : +91 151 2528036 E-mail: dr_rajendra_purohit@yahoo.co.in Background: Protective effect of Emblica against radiation and cadmium induced biochemical changes in mouse kidney has been studied. Materials and Methods:(More)
Slope streaks have been frequently observed in the equatorial, low thermal inertia and dusty regions of Mars. The reason behind their formation remains unclear with proposed hypotheses for both dry and wet mechanisms. Here, we report an up-to-date distribution and morphometric investigation of Martian slope streaks. We find: (i) a remarkable coexistence of(More)
To date, there is a gap in the data about the state and mass balance of glaciers in the climate-sensitive subtropical regions during the Little Ice Age (LIA). Here, based on an unprecedented tree-ring sampling coverage, we present the longest reconstructed mass balance record for the Western Himalayan glaciers, dating to 1615. Our results confirm that the(More)
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