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Areas of Interest
  • Air and Water Pollution, Sustainable Transportation Systems, Environmental Impact & Risk Assessment, Integrated Cross Disciplinary Studies of the Environment and Infrastructure Developments
Professional Background
FromToDesignationOrganisation
2014ContinueProfessorIIT Roorkee
20092014Associate ProfessorIIT Roorkee
20052009Assistant ProfessorIIT Roorkee
20022005Research ScientistMax Planck Institute for Chemistry, Mainz, Germany
19962002LecturerNational Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research, Chandigarh, India
19961996LecturerNorth Eastern Regional Institute of Science & Technology, Nirjuli, India
19921996Junior/Senior Research FellowIndian Institute of Technology Delhi, India
19911991LecturerJ.N.V. University, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India
19881990Site/Civil EngineerConstruction Industry, India
Honors and Awards
AwardInstituteYear
Eminent Environmental Engineer conferred by Environ. Div. Board of the Institution of Engrs. (India)I.I.T. Roorkee2015
UKIERI - Fellow; from the British Council Division of British High Commission, New DelhiIndian Institute of Technology Roorkee, India2012-13
Highly Cited Author (Elsevier Journal Atmospheric Environment)Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, India2010-11
National Design Award in Environmental Engineering from National Design and Research Forum - IEIIndian Institute of Technology Roorkee, India2011
Highly Cited Author (Elsevier Journal Atmospheric Environment)Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, India2007-10
START Young Scientist AwardMax Planck Institute for Chemistry, Mainz, Germany2004
Ford Foundation International Fellow ElectNITTTR Chandigarh, India2001
The Nawab Zain Yar Jung Bahadur Memorial Medal from The Institution of Engineers (India)NITTTR Chandigarh, India1995
Educational Details
DegreeSubjectUniversityYear
Ph.D.Environmental Risk AnalysisI.I.T. Delhi2000
M.E.Environmental EngineeringJ.N.V. University, Jodhpur1992
B.E.Civil EngineeringJ.N.V. University, Jodhpur1987
Administrative Background
FromToDesignationOrganisationLevel
2017ContinueDean of Resources & Alumni AffairsIIT Roorkee
20152018HeadCentre for Transportation Systems (CTRANS), I.I.T. Roorkee
20122014ChairmanThe Institution of Engineers (India) - Roorkee Local Centre
20102012Honorary SecretaryThe Institution of Engineers (India) - Roorkee Local Centre
20092014Faculty Advisor (Literary Section / Magazines)Cultural Council IIT Roorkee
20062010Executive Committee MemberThe Institution of Engineers (India) - Roorkee Local Centre
20062011HeadMax Planck Partner Group for Megacities and Climate Change
Participation in seminars
NamePlaceSponsored ByDate
National Seminar on Cleaner Production TechnologiesNITTTR ChandigarhNITTTR Chandigarh17-11-2009
Workshop on Development of Environmental Pollution Index (EPI) for Industrial Clusters/ AreasIIT DelhiCPCB New Delhi24-10-2009
Memberships
  • International Association for Urban Climate, Columbus, USA, International Representative Committee Member
  • The Institution of Engineers (India), Kolkata, India, Fellow
  • Indian Association for Environmental Management, Nagpur, India, Member
  • Indian Society for Technical Education, New Delhi, India, Member
PHDs Supervised
TopicScholar NameStatus of PHDRegistration Year
Study of Water Quality in River Bank Filtration (AWARDED)A.K. ThakurA
Modeling of Urban Traffic Emissions (AWARDED)A.S. NagpureA
Structural Studies on 11S Globulin and 2S Albumin from Wrightia Tinctoria (AWARDED)Pramod KumarA
Risk Assessment of a Petroleum Oil Storage Terminal (SUBMITTED)Ravi Kumar SharmaA
Stack Emission and Health Risk Integrated Modeling of a Coal Power Plant (SUBMITTED)P. P. WalvekarA
Removal of Nitrogenous Heterocyclic Compounds by Nanoscale Zerovalent Iron (SUBMITTED)Vijayalakshmi GosuA
Air Pollution Modeling (ONGOING)ChandrrasekarA
Enhancing Production of Biodiesel from Microalgae for Environment Friendly Transport (ONGOING)Richa KatiyarO
Accounting of Greenhouse Gas Emissions for Different Treatments of Organic Wastes (ONGOING)Ackmez MudhooO
Visits to outside institutions
Institute VisitedPurpose of VisitDate
National Institute for Environmental Studies, Tsukuba, JapanVisiting ScientistJune 2013
University of Surrey, Guildford, UKUKIERI FellowDec. 2012
National Institute for Environmental Studies, Tsukuba, JapanVisiting ScientistDec. 2010
The Cyprus Institute, Nicosia, CyprusVisiting ProfessorJune 2010
National Institute for Environmental Studies, Tsukuba, JapanVisiting ScientistFeb. 2010
Meisei University, Tokyo, JapanResearch collaborationDec. 2008
UNAM, Mexico City, MexicoInvited Public Lecture10-12-2008
ETH Zurich, SwitzerlandInvited Lecture22-05-2006
Courses or Conferences Organised
Conference NameSponsored ByDate
Brainstorming workshop on Urban Air Pollution in IndiaMax Planck Society Germany25-11-2007
All India Seminar on Air Pollution and Health ImpactsCSIR New Delhi23-02-2006
Special Lectures Delivered
TitlePlaceDate
Assessment and control of urban air pollution in large cities of IndiaMNIT, Jaipur, India30/08/2013
Urban Air Quality and Health Risk in the Developing World: Trends and StrategiesBogota, Colombia13/08/2013
Urban AIR Quality Conditions in Large cities of IndiaCollege of Engineering EAN University, Bogota, Colombia12/8/2014
Role of Megacities in Global ChangeUNAM (UNIVERSUM), Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico10/12/2008
National International Collaboration
TopicOrganisationLevel
Developing collaborative strategies to study air pollution and associated health risks in growing Indian megacitiesUniversity of Surrey, UKRP
Study of the urban transport system of megacity Delhi with co-benefits approachUnited Nations University, Yokohama, Japan RP
Implementation and Validation of Numerical Models for Heat Island Studies in Megacity DelhiMeisei University, Tokyo, JapanRP
Megacities and global change: An integrated study of South Asian megacity emissions and their local-to-regional-to-global impacts on air quality and climateMax Planck Institute for Chemistry, Mainz, GermanyRP
Accounting of Greenhouse Gas Emissions for Different Treatments of Organic WastesUniversity of Mauritius, MauritiusPHD
Risk Assessment of a Petroleum Oil Storage TerminalNational Environmental Engineering Research Institute, Nagpur, IndiaPHD
Source apportionment of Urban PAHs using molecular cluster signatureNational Environmental Engineering Research Institute, Nagpur, IndiaPG
Clean Development MechanismETH, Zurich, SwitzerlandRP
Air Quality in MegacitiesMIT, Cambridge, USARP
Climate change, Ecosystem resources and flood risk management9. Alexandru Ioan Cuza University, Iasi, RomaniaRP
Air Pollution in MegacitiesMolina Center for Energy and the Environment, California, USARP
Air and water pollution related studiesThe Federal University of Technology, Londrina, BrazilRP
Books Authored

Books

  1. Rao Y. Surampalli, Tian C. Zhang, R. D. Tyagi, Ravi Naidu, B. R. Gurjar, Song Yan, C. S. P. Ojha, Satinder K. Brar, Anushuya Ramakrishnan, C. M. Kao (Eds.), 2014. Carbon Capture and Storage: Physical, Chemical and Biological Methods. American Society of Civil Engineers Publication, Reston, Virginia, USA.
  2. Rao Y. Surampalli, Tian C. Zhang, C.S.P. Ojha, B. R. Gurjar, R.D. Tyagi, and C.M. Kao (Eds.), 2013. Climate Change Modeling, Mitigation, and Adaptation. American Society of Civil Engineers Publication, Reston, Virginia, USA. ISBN: 9780784412718.
  3. Gurjar, B. R., Luisa T. Molina, C. S. P. Ojha (eds.), 2010. Air Pollution: Health and Environmental Impacts (Foreword by Nobel Laureate Mario J. Molina). CRC Press (Taylor & Francis), Florida, USA. p. 556, ISBN-10: 1439809623, ISBN-13: 978-1439809624.
  4. Gurjar, B. R., 2001. Sludge Treatment and Disposal (Foreword by Dr. R.L. Droste, Professor and Chair, Dept. of Civil Engineering, University of Ottawa, Canada). Swets & Zeitlinger Publishers (incorporating A.A. Balkema Publishers), The Netherlands; a division of Taylor & Francis Group, UK. ISBN: 90 5809 208 9.  
  5. Rathore, B. S., J. S. Saini, B. R. Gurjar (eds.), 2002. Entrepreneurial Opportunities in Modernising Economy. Abhishek Publications, Chandigarh (India), 307 p. ISBN 81-85733-46-5.
  6. Saini, J. S., B. R. Gurjar, B.S. Rathore, 2001. Enterprise Support System in India. Wheeler Publishing (A Division of A.H. Wheeler & Co. Ltd.), New Delhi  (India). ISBN 81-7544-223-9.
  7. Saini, J. S., B. R. Gurjar (eds.), 2001. Entrepreneurship and Education: Challenges and Strategies. Rawat Publications, Jaipur (India), 352 p. ISBN 81-7033-648-1.
  8. Sharma, D. D., S. K. Dhameja, B. R. Gurjar (eds.), 1999. Entrepreneurship, Strategic Management and Globalization. Rawat Publications, Jaipur (India), 285 p. ISBN 81-7033-500-6.

Book chapters

  1. Gurjar, B. R., C. S. P. Ojha, RaoY. Surampalli, Tian C. Zhang, and P. P. Walvekar, 2014. Carbon Capture and Storage: An Overview. In: Rao Y. Surampalli, Tian C. Zhang, R. D. Tyagi, Ravi Naidu, B. R. Gurjar, Song Yan, C. S. P. Ojha, Satinder K. Brar, Anushuya Ramakrishnan, C. M. Kao (Eds.), 2014. Carbon Capture and Storage: Physical, Chemical and Biological Methods. American Society of Civil Engineers Publication, Reston, Virginia, USA.
  2. Chandel, M. K., B. R. Gurjar, C. S. P. Ojha, and Rao Y. Surampalli, 2014. Modeling and Uncertainty Analysis of Transport and Geological Sequestration of CO2. In: Rao Y. Surampalli, Tian C. Zhang, R. D. Tyagi, Ravi Naidu, B. R. Gurjar, Song Yan, C. S. P. Ojha, Satinder K. Brar, Anushuya Ramakrishnan, C. M. Kao (Eds.), 2014. Carbon Capture and Storage: Physical, Chemical and Biological Methods. American Society of Civil Engineers Publication, Reston, Virginia, USA.
  3. Ciumasu, I.M., M. Costica, C.V. Secu, B.R. Gurjar, C.S.P. Ojha, 2013. Adapting to Climate Change: Technologiues, Perceptions, Education, and Perspectives. In: Surampalli et al. (eds.), Climate Change Modeling, Mitigation and Adaptation, 496-518. American Society of Civil Engineers Publication, Reston, Virginia, USA.
  4. Gurjar, B.R., C.S.P. Ojha, R.Y. Surampalli, V. Tyagi, 2013. Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Different Sources. In: Surampalli et al. (eds.), Climate Change Modeling, Mitigation and Adaptation, 62-91. American Society of Civil Engineers Publication, Reston, Virginia, USA.
  5. Gurjar, B.R., C.S.P. Ojha, R.Y. Surampalli, P.P. Walvekar, V. Tyagi, 2013. Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Climate Change: An Overview. In: Surampalli et al. (eds.), Climate Change Modeling, Mitigation and Adaptation, 10-25. American Society of Civil Engineers Publication, Reston, Virginia, USA.
  6. Surampalli, R.Y., B.R. Gurjar, T. C. Zhang, C.S.P. Ojha, 2013. Chapter 1: Introduction. In: Surampalli et al. (eds.), Climate Change Modeling, Mitigation and Adaptation, 1-7. American Society of Civil Engineers Publication, Reston, Virginia, USA.
  7. Gurjar, B.R., L.T. Molina, C.S.P. Ojha, 2010. Air Pollution: Health and Environmental Concerns. In: Air Pollution Health and Environmental Impacts (Edited by Bhola R. Gurjar, Luisa T. Molina and Chandra S. P. Ojha), CRC Press 2010, Pages 1–15, DOI: 10.1201/EBK1439809624-c1.
  8. Lakhani, A., R. Balasubramanian, B.R. Gurjar, 2010. Air Pollution Monitoring and Source Characterization. In: In: Air Pollution Health and Environmental Impacts (Edited by Bhola R. Gurjar, Luisa T. Molina and Chandra S. P. Ojha), CRC Press 2010, Pages 19–44, DOI: 10.1201/EBK1439809624-c2.
  9. Ojha, C.S.P., M. Mena, S. Guttikunda, B.R. Gurjar, and Wenfang Lei, 2010. Air Pollution Modeling: Theory and Application. In: Air Pollution Health and Environmental Impacts (Edited by Bhola R. Gurjar, Luisa T. Molina and Chandra S. P. Ojha), CRC Press 2010, Pages 45–106, DOI: 10.1201/EBK1439809624-c3.
  10. Mohan, M., B.R. Gurjar, 2010. Health Risk Assessment and Management for Air Toxics in Indian Environment. In: Air Pollution Health and Environmental Impacts (Edited by Bhola R. Gurjar, Luisa T. Molina and Chandra S. P. Ojha), CRC Press 2010, Pages 311–323, DOI: 10.1201/EBK1439809624-c12.
  11. Molina, L.T., B.R. Gurjar, 2010. Regional and Global Environmental Issues of Air Pollution. In: Air Pollution Health and Environmental Impacts (Edited by Bhola R. Gurjar, Luisa T. Molina and Chandra S. P. Ojha), CRC Press 2010, Pages 493–518, DOI: 10.1201/EBK1439809624-c17.
  12. Gurjar, B.R., R. Wats, 2002. Waste Minimization: A Vital Must for Green-Entrepreneurship. In: DD Sharma and SK Dhameja (eds.), Women and Rural Entrepreneurship in India, 162-171. Abhishek Publications, Chandigarh, ISBN 81-85733-34-1.
  13. Rathore, B. S., S.K. Dhameja, B.R. Gurjar, D.D. Sharma, 2001. Resource generation in TET: launching of a post-graduate certificate course in video film production techniques. In Re-engineering TET: non-traditional approaches that worked / Colombo Plan Staff College (CPSC), 195-226. Manila (Philippines): Colombo Plan Staff College for Technician Education, ISBN 9718557687.
  14. Rathore, B.S., J.S. Saini, D.D. Sharma, S.K. Dhameja, B.R. Gurjar, 2001. Tracer Study of Employability of Polytechnic Diploma Holders. In: Re-engineering TET: non-traditional approaches that worked / Colombo Plan Staff College (CPSC), 297-335. Manila (Philippines): Colombo Plan Staff College for Technician Education, ISBN 9718557687.
  15. Gurjar, B.R., M. Mohan, D.D. Sharma, 1999. Environmental Issues in Product Development and Entrepreneurship. In: D.D. Sharma, S.K. Dhameja and B.R. Gurjar (eds.), Entrepreneurship, Strategic Management and Globalization, 25-31.Rawat Publications, Jaipur, ISBN 81-7033-500-6.
  16. Gurjar, B.R., B.S. Rathore, S.K. Dhameja, 1999. Energy Conservation in Medium and Small Scale Industries: A Case Study. In: BS Rathore and SK Dhameja (eds.), Entrepreneurship in 21st Century (Ed.), 146-153. Rawat Publications, Jaipur, ISBN 81-7033-546-9.
  17. Gurjar, B.R., M. Mohan, 1998. Entrepreneurship Opportunities in Info-Tech Industry: An Indo-Global Perspective. In: JS Saini and SK Dhameja (eds.), Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 49-59. Rawat Publications, Jaipur, ISBN 81-7033-487-5.
  18. Gurjar, B.R., S. Guttikunda, 2013. Chapters on air quality and climatic issues in Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata. In: Impacts of Mega-cities on Air Quality and Climate (WMO and IGAC Report)
  19. Gurjar, B.R., 2013. Air Pollution in Megacities: the case of Delhi. In: L.T. Molina et al. (eds.), AGU Monograph on Megacity. American Geophysical Union, USA (In press).
Refereed Journal Papers

75. Sahu, V., Gurjar, B. R., 2019. Spatio-temporal variations of indoor air quality in a university library. International journal of environmental health research, 1-16. DOI:10.1080/09603123.2019.1668916

74. Kumar, A, M Datta, BR Gurjar, AK Nema, RK Singh, 2019. Response of groundwater contamination hazard rating systems to variations in subsoil conditions beneath municipal solid waste (MSW) dumps in developing countries. Arabian Journal of Geosciences 12 (13), 405

73. Katiyar, R, BR Gurjar, A Kumar, RK Bharti, S Biswas, V Pruthi, 2019. A novel approach using low-cost Citrus limetta waste for mixotrophic cultivation of oleaginous microalgae to augment automotive quality biodiesel production. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 26 (16), 16115-16124

72. Mudhoo, A, R Mohee, BR Gurjar, 2019. One-at-a-time Sensitivity Analysis of a Biochemical Model for Carbon Dioxide Mass Fraction in an Aerobic Lysimeter. The Journal of Solid Waste Technology and Management 45 (2), 162-174

71. Kumar, A, BR Gurjar, 2019. Low-Cost Sensors for Air Quality Monitoring in Developing Countries–A Critical View. Asian Journal of Water, Environment and Pollution 16 (2), 65-70

70. Katiyar, R., Bharti, R.K., Gurjar, B.R., Kumar, A., Biswas, S. and Pruthi, V., 2018. Utilization of de-oiled algal biomass for enhancing vehicular quality biodiesel production from Chlorella sp. in mixotrophic cultivation systems. Renewable energy (Q1), 122, pp.80-88

69. Kumar, A., Datta, M., Nema, A.K., Singh, R.K. and Gurjar, B.R., 2018. Improved rating system for hazard assessment related to subsurface migration of landfill gas from municipal solid waste landfills and dumps. Journal of Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Waste (Q3), 22(3), p.04018003

68. Kumar, A., Datta, M., Nema, A.K., Singh, R.K. and Gurjar, B.R., 2018. Closure of municipal solid waste dumps. Site rating for odor impact. Environment Protection Engineering (Q3), 44(2)

67. Bhargava, N., Gurjar, B.R., Mor, S. and Ravindra, K., 2018. Assessment of GHG mitigation and CDM technology in urban transport sector of Chandigarh, India. Environmental Science and Pollution Research (Q2), 25(1), pp.363-374

66. Mahapatra, P.S., Sinha, P.R., Boopathy, R., Das, T., Mohanty, S., Sahu, S.C. and Gurjar, B.R., 2018. Seasonal progression of atmospheric particulate matter over an urban coastal region in peninsular India: Role of local meteorology and long-range transport. Atmospheric Research(Q1), 199, pp.145-158

65. Saikawa, E., Trail, M., Zhong, M., Wu, Q., Young, C.L., Janssens-Maenhout, G., Klimont, Z., Wagner, F., Kurokawa, J.I., Nagpure, A.S. and Gurjar, B.R., 2017. Uncertainties in emissions estimates of greenhouse gases and air pollutants in India and their impacts on regional air quality. Environmental Research Letters (Q3), 12(6), p.065002

64. Katiyar, R., Gurjar, B.R., Bharti, R.K., Kumar, A., Biswas, S. and Pruthi, V., 2017. Heterotrophic cultivation of microalgae in photobioreactor using low cost crude glycerol for enhanced biodiesel production. Renewable energy (Q1), 113, pp.1359-1365

63. Katiyar, R., Gurjar, B.R., Biswas, S., Pruthi, V., Kumar, N. and Kumar, P., 2017. Microalgae: an emerging source of energy based bio-products and a solution for environmental issues. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews (Q1), 72, pp.1083-1093

62. Biswas, S., Katiyar, R., Gurjar, B.R. and Pruthi, V., 2017. Biofuels and Their Production Through Different Catalytic Routes. Chemical and biochemical engineering quarterly (Q3), 31(1), pp.47-62

61. Sharma, A., Kumar, P., Kesari, P., Katiki, M., Mishra, M., K Singh, P., R Gurjar, B., K Sharma, A., Tomar, S. and Kumar, P., 2017. Purification and Characterization of 2S albumin from seeds of Wrightia tinctoria exhibiting Antibacterial and DNase Activity. Protein and peptide letters (Q3)., 24(4), pp.368-378

60. Kesari, P., Sharma, A., Katiki, M., Kumar, P., R Gurjar, B., Tomar, S., K Sharma, A. and Kumar, P., 2017. Structural, functional and evolutionary aspects of seed globulins. Protein and peptide letters (Q3)., 24(3), pp.267-277

59. Biswas, S., Katiyar, R., Gurjar, B.R. and Pruthi, V., 2017. Role of Different Feedstocks on the Butanol Production through Microbial and Catalytic Routes. International Journal of Chemical Reactor Engineering (Q3), 16(1)

58. Gurjar, B.R., Ravindra, K. and Nagpure, A.S., 2016. Air pollution trends over Indian megacities and their local-to-global implications. Atmospheric Environment (Q1), 142, pp.475-495

57. Gurjar, B.R. and Ojha, C.S.P., 2016. Special Issue on Hazardous and Toxic Pollutants in the Air (Q3). https://ascelibrary.org/doi/full/10.1061/(ASCE)HZ.2153-5515.0000342

56. Gosu, V., Gurjar, B.R., Surampalli, R.Y. and Zhang, T.C., 2016. Treatment of pyridine-bearing wastewater by Nano Zero-valent iron supported on activated carbon derived from agricultural waste. Desalination and Water Treatment (Q2), 57(14), pp.6250-6260

55. Nagpure, A.S., Gurjar, B.R., Kumar, V. and Kumar, P., 2016. Estimation of exhaust and nonexhaust gaseous, particulate matter and air toxics emissions from on-road vehicles in Delhi. Atmospheric environment (Q1), 127, pp.118-124

54. Gurjar, BR, AS Nagpure, P Kumar, 2015. Gaseous emissions from agricultural activities and wetlands in national capital territory of Delhi. Ecological Engineering (Q1) 75, 123-127

53. Gosu, V., BR Gurjar, TC Zhang, RY Surampalli, 2015. Oxidative Degradation of Quinoline Using Nanoscale Zero-Valent Iron Supported by Granular Activated Carbon. Journal of Environmental Engineering (Q2), 04015047, doi: 10.1061/(ASCE)EE.1943-7870.0000981

52. Sekar, C., Gurjar, B.R., Ojha, C.S.P. and Goyal, M.K., 2015. Potential assessment of neural network and decision tree algorithms for forecasting ambient PM 2.5 and CO concentrations: Case study. Journal of Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Waste (Q3), 20(4), p. A5015001

51. Sekar, C., Ojha, C., Gurjar, B., and Goyal, M., 2015. Modeling and Prediction of Hourly Ambient Ozone (O3) and Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx) Concentrations Using Artificial Neural Network and Decision Tree Algorithms for an Urban Intersection in India. J. Hazard. Toxic Radioact. Waste (Q3), 10.1061/(ASCE)HZ.2153-5515.0000270, A4015001

50. Gurjar, B., Sharma, R., Ghuge, S., Wate, S., and Agrawal, R., 2015. Individual and Societal Risk Assessment for a Petroleum Oil Storage Terminal. J. Hazard. Toxic Radioact. Waste (Q3), 10.1061/(ASCE)HZ.2153-5515.0000277, 04015003

49. Gosu, V., B. R. Gurjar, Rao Y. Surampalli, Tian C. Zhang., 2015. Treatment of pyridine-bearing wastewater by Nano Zero-valent iron supported on activated carbon derived from agricultural waste. Desalination and Water Treatment (Q2), 1-11. DOI: 10.1080/19443994.2015.1005686

48. Sharma, R. K., B. R. Gurjar, A. Singhal, S. R. Wate, S. P. Ghuge, R. Agrawal, 2015. Automation of Emergency Response for 1 Petroleum Oil Storage Terminals. Safety Science (Q1) 72, pp 262-273

47. Gurjar, B.R. and Nagpure, A.S., 2015. Indian megacities as localities of environmental vulnerability from air quality perspective. Journal of Smart Cities, 1(1), pp.15-30

46. Gosu, V., B.R. Gurjar, Rao Y. Surampalli, T.C. Zhang, 2014. nFe0/GAC-Mediated Advanced Catalytic Per-Oxidation For Pharmaceutical Wastewater Treatment. Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering (Q1) 2 (4), 1996–2004, doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jece.2014.08.020

45. Mahapatra, P.S., S. Panda, P. P. Walvekar, R. Kumar, T Das, B.R. Gurjar, 2014. Seasonal trends, meteorological impacts and associated health risks with atmospheric concentrations of gaseous pollutants at an Indian coastal city. Environmental Science and Pollution Research (Q2) (19):11418-32. DOI 10.1007/s11356-014-3078-2

44. Nagpure, A.S., B.R. Gurjar, J C Martel, 2014. Human Health Risks in National Capital Territory of Delhi due to Air Pollution. Atmospheric Pollution Research (Q2) 5 (3): 371-380, doi: 10.5094/APR.2014.043

43. Walvekar, P.P., B.R. Gurjar, 2013. Formulation, Application and Evaluation of a Stack Emission Model for Coal based Power Stations. Int. J. Environ. Sci. Technol. (Q2)10: 1235–1244. DOI: 10.1007/s13762-012-0131-x (IF=1.844, Citations=1)

42. Mohan, M., Yukihiro Kikegawa, B. R. Gurjar, Shweta Bhati, Narendra Reddy Kolli, 2013. Assessment of urban heat island effect for different land use–land cover from micrometeorological measurements and remote sensing data for megacity Delhi. Theor Appl Climatol (Q2) 112: 647–658. DOI 10.1007/s00704-012-0758-z (IF=1.759, Citations=3)

41. Mudhoo, A., B. Sewhoo, R. Mohee and B.R. Gurjar, 2013. Greenhouse gas emissions reductions from in-situ aeration in a landfill: A multi-parameter sensitivity analysis approach. Journal of Environmental Informatics (Q1) 22(2): 78-91. doi: 10.3808/jei.201300247

40. Nagpure, A.S., K. Sharma, B.R. Gurjar, 2013. Traffic Induced Emission Estimates and Trends (2000-2005) in Megacity Delhi. Urban Climate (Q1) 4, 61–73. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.uclim.2013.04.005

39. Kumar, P., S. Jain, B.R. Gurjar, P. Sharma, M. Khare, L. Morawska, R. Britter, 2013. Can a “Blue Sky” Return to Indian Megacities? Atmospheric Environment (Q1), 71. 198 - 201 DOI: 10.1016/j.atmosenv.2013.01.055

38. Sharma, R. K., B.R. Gurjar, S.R. Wate, S.P. Ghuge, R. Agrawal, 2013. Assessment of an accidental vapour cloud explosion: Lessons from the Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. accident at Jaipur, India. Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries (Q1), 26 (1), 82–90. DOI: 10.1016/j.jlp.2012.09.009

37. Gosu, V., B.R. Gurjar, 2013. Removal of Nitrogenous Heterocyclic Compounds (NHCs) by Nano Zero Valent Iron. International Journal of Chem Tech Research (Q4)5 (2), 634-639

36. Seetha N., Renu Bhargava, B.R. Gurjar, 2013. Gaseous and bioaerosol emissions from municipal wastewater treatment plants. Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering (Q4)55 (4), 517-536

35. Thakur, A. K., Ojha, C. S. P., Singh, V. P., Gurjar, B. R. and Sandhu, C., 2013. Removal of Pathogens by River Bank Filtration at Haridwar, India. Hydrol. Process. (Q1) 27, 1535–1542. Published online 1 May 2012 in Wiley Online Library doi: 10.1002/hyp.9301

34. Kumari, R., A.K. Attri, Luc Int Panis, B. R. Gurjar, 2013. Emission Estimates of Particulate Matter and Heavy Metals from Mobile Sources in Delhi. J Environ. Science & Engg. (Q4) Vol. 55, No. 2, p. 127-142

33. Mohan, M., Y. Kikegawa, B. R. Gurjar, S. Bhati, A. Kandya, K. Ogawa, 2012. Urban Heat Island Assessment for a Tropical Urban Airshed in India. Atmospheric and Climate Sciences 2, 127-138

32. Nagpure, A.S., B.R. Gurjar, 2012. Development and Evaluation of Vehicular Air Pollution Inventory Model. Atmospheric Environment (Q1) 59, 160-169

31. Guttikunda, S.K., B.R. Gurjar, 2012. Role of Meteorology in Seasonality of Air Pollution in Megacity Delhi, India. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment (Q2) 184 (5), 3199-3211

30. Tyagi, V, Gurjar, BR, Joshi, N and Kumar, 2012. PM10 and Heavy Metals in Suburban and Rural Atmospheric Environments of Northern India. ASCE Journal of Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Waste (Q3), 16 (2). 175-182

29. Kumar, P., B.R., Gurjar, A.S. Nagpure, R.M. Harrison, 2011. Preliminary estimates of particle number emissions from road vehicles in megacity Delhi and associated health impacts. Environmental Science and Technology (Q1) 45, 5514-5521

28. Nagpure, A.S., B.R. Gurjar, P. Kumar, 2011. Impact of Altitude on Emission Rates of Ozone Precursors from Gasoline-driven Light-duty Commercial Vehicles, Atmospheric Environment (Q1) 45, 1413-1417

27. Kumari, R., Attri, A.K., Gurjar, B.R., 2011. Impact of CNG on emissions of PAHs and PCDDs/Fs from the road transport in Delhi. Atmospheric Pollution Research (Q2) 02, 394-399

26. Kikegawa,Y., Y. Ishizaka, K. Hokari, M. Mohan, B. R. Gurjar, 2011. Study on the structure of surface air temperature distribution and potential of heat island countermeasures in Delhi under dry climate. Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. G (Environmental Research) Vol. 67 (6), pp. II_315-II_326. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.2208/jscejer.67.II_315

25. Thakur A K, Ojha C S P, Gurjar B R, 2011. Investigations into clogging in river bank filtration sites: a case study from Haridwar. J Instn Engrs-Pt EN 2011, 91(Mar), 16-22

24. Ganga, S., B.R. Gurjar, R. Kumari, 2011. Urban and country level greenhouse gas emissions and carbon footprints: a comparative study of a megacity, Delhi and India. Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering (Q4) 53(2), 137-142

23. Gurjar B. R., A. Jain, A. Sharma, A. Agarwal, P. Gupta, A. S. Nagpure, J. Lelieveld, 2010. Human health risks in megacities due to air pollution. Atmospheric Environment (Q1) 44, 4606-4613. doi:10.1016/j.atmosenv.2010.08.011

22. Mohan, M., B.R. Gurjar, 2010. Sensitivity Analysis of Probits with respect to Quantitative Risk Assessment of Airborne Toxic Chemicals using IITD-QRA Model. International Journal of Environment and Waste Management (Q3) 6 (3-4), 345-355

21. Gurjar, B.R., A. S. Nagpure, Prashant Kumar, Nalin Sahni, 2010. Pollutant emissions from road vehicles in megacity Kolkata, India: past and present trends. Indian Journal of Air Pollution Control X (2), 18-30

20. Schneider M., Hoffmann V.H., Gurjar B.R. 2009. Corporate Responses to the Clean Development Mechanism - the Indian Pulp and Paper Industry. Climate Policy (Q1) 9, 255–272

19. Gurjar, B.R., T.M. Butler, M.G. Lawrence, J. Lelieveld, 2008. Evaluation of Emissions and Air Quality in Megacities. Atmospheric Environment (Q1) 42 (7), 1593-1606. DOI: 10.1016/j.atmosenv.2007.10.048

18. Butler, T.M., M.G. Lawrence, B.R. Gurjar, J. van Aardenne, M. Schultz and J. Lelieveld, 2008. The representation of emissions from megacities in global emission inventories. Atmospheric Environment (Q1) 42 (4), 703-719. doi:10.1016/j.atmosenv.2007.09.060

17. Lawrence, M.G., T. M. Butler, J. Steinkamp, B. R. Gurjar, J. Lelieveld, 2007. Regional pollution potentials of megacities and other major population centers. Atmos. Chem. Phys., (Q1) 7, 3969–3987. URL: www.atmos-chem-phys.net/7/3969/2007/

16. Mohan, M., L. Dagar, B.R. Gurjar, 2007. Preparation and Validation of Gridded Emission Inventory of Criteria Air Pollutants and Identification of Emission Hotspots for Megacity Delhi. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment (Q2) 130 (1-3), 323-339. doi: 10.1007/s10661-006-9400-9

15. Gurjar, B.R., J. Lelieveld, 2005. New Directions: Megacities and global change. Atmospheric Environment (Q1) 39 (2), 391-393. doi:10.1016/j.atmosenv.2004.11.002

14. Gurjar, B.R., J.A. van Aardenne, J. Lelieveld, M. Mohan, 2004. Emission estimates and trends (1990-2000) for megacity Delhi and implications. Atmospheric Environment (Q1) 38 (33), 5663-5681, doi:10.1016/j.atmosenv.2004.05.057

13. Molina, L.T., M.J. Molina, R. Slott, C.E. Kolb, P.K. Gbor, F. Meng, R. Singh, O. Galvez, J.J. Sloan, W. Anderson, X.Y. Tang, M. Shao, T. Zhu, Y.H. Zhang, M. Hu, B.R. Gurjar, P. Artaxo, P. Oyola, E. Gramsch, P. Hidalgo, A. Gertler, 2004. Air Quality in Selected Megacities: Online Version of the 2004 Critical Review on Megacities and Atmospheric Pollution, ISSN 1047-3289. J. Air & Waste Manage. Assoc (Q2). 55:000–000, URL: http://secure.awma.org/journal/critical/Default.asp

12. Mohan, M., B.R. Gurjar, 2004. A risk-based model to establish threshold planning quantities of hazardous substances. J. Air & Waste Management Association (Q2) 54 (4), 495-503

11. Gurjar, B.R., M. Mohan, 2003. Integrated risk analysis for acute and chronic exposure to toxic chemicals. Journal of Hazardous Materials (Q1) A103 (1-2), 25-40. doi:10.1016/S0304- 3894(03)00228-0

10. Gurjar, B.R., M. Mohan, 2003. Potential health risks due to toxic contamination in the ambient environment of certain Indian states. Environmental Monitoring & Assessment (Q2) 82 (2), 203-223. doi:10.1023/A:1021886116208

9. Gurjar, B.R., 2003. Interlinking of rivers: A climatic viewpoint. Current Science (Q2) 84 (11), 1381-1382

8. Gurjar, B.R., M. Mohan, 2002. Environmental risk analysis: Problems and perspectives in different countries. Risk: Health, Safety & Environment 13 (1/2), 1-30

7. Mohan, M., T.S. Panwar, B.R. Gurjar, 1998. Impact assessment and mitigation strategy for air quality change due to thermal power plants: a case study. Indian J. of Environ. Protection (Q4) 18(11), 801-815

6. Gurjar, B.R., Manju Mohan, Kirpal S. Sidhu, 1996. Potential health risks related to carcinogens in the atmospheric environment in India. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology (Q2) 24 (2), 141-148. doi:10.1006/rtph.1996.0119

5. Gurjar, B.R., 1996. Increasing global temperature: its possible consequences. Journal of Indian Association for Environmental Management 23, 36-37

4. Mohan, M., B.R. Gurjar, 1995. Estimation of threshold planning quantities of extremely hazardous chemicals based on simple technical models. Journal of Institution of Engineers (India) Environmental Engineering Division 76, 17-21

3. Gurjar, B.R., 1995. Water conservation through waste reduction techniques. Bhagirath42(2&3), 6-7

2. Benipal, G.S., B. Mitra, B.R. Gurjar, 1995. Affordable quantum of risk in toxic environment. Indian J. of Environmental Protection (Q4) 15 (11), 817-825

1. Gurjar, B.R., 1992. A simple new method to determine first-stage BOD constants (K and L). Journal of Indian Association for Environmental Management 19, 84-86 [reprinted in 1994 as “Formulation of a Simple New Method to Determine First – Stage BOD Constants, (K & L)”. Indian J. Environmental Protection (Q4), Vol.14, No.6, p.440-442