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M. Mohapatra
India Meteorological Department
55Publications
14H-index
603Citations
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Abstract Benthic Archaea play a crucial role in the biogeochemical cycles and food webs, however, their spatiotemporal distribution and environmental drivers are not well investigated in brackish sediments. The composition and abundances of benthic archaeal communities were examined from a coastal lagoon; Chilika (India) which is experiencing an intense pressure from anthropogenic and natural factors. High-throughput sequencing of 16S rRNA genes revealed that sediment (n = 96) archaeal communiti...
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#1Kasturi Singh (NITR: National Institute of Technology, Rourkela)H-Index: 3
#2Jagabandhu Panda (NITR: National Institute of Technology, Rourkela)H-Index: 6
Last.M. Mohapatra (India Meteorological Department)H-Index: 14
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Tropical cyclone (TC) prediction and impact of warming environment on cyclonic activity are one of the most popular research topics. Based on sea surface temperature (SST) anomaly variation, the period 1880–2015 is divided into pre-warming (PWP; during 1880–1946) and current warming (CWP; during 1947–2015) with negative and positive anomalies respectively. Based on data availability, the period 1891–2015 is emphasized for the analysis of variability in TC climatology. The Mann-Kendall test and S...
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#1Kasturi Singh (NITR: National Institute of Technology, Rourkela)H-Index: 3
#2Jagabandhu Panda (NITR: National Institute of Technology, Rourkela)H-Index: 6
Last.M. Mohapatra (India Meteorological Department)H-Index: 14
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#1Naresh Kumar (India Meteorological Department)H-Index: 4
#2A. K. Jaswal (India Meteorological Department)H-Index: 7
Last.P. A. Kore (India Meteorological Department)H-Index: 1
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Spatial and temporal variations in summer and winter extreme temperature indices are studied by using daily maximum and minimum temperatures data from 227 surface meteorological stations well distributed over India for the period 1969–2012. For this purpose, time series for six extreme temperature indices namely, hot days (HD), very hot days (VHD), extremely hot days (EHD), cold nights (CN), very cold nights (VCN), and extremely cold nights (ECN) are calculated for all the stations. In addition,...
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#1Suman Goyal (India Meteorological Department)H-Index: 2
#2Ashish Kumar (India Meteorological Department)H-Index: 1
Last.R K Giri (India Meteorological Department)
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India experiences severe thunderstorms during the months, March–June. But these systems are not predicted well, mainly due to the absence of mesoscale observational network over Indian region and the expert system. As these are short lived systems, the nowcast is attempted worldwide based on satellite and radar observations. Due to inadequate radar network, satellite plays the dominant role for nowcast of these thunderstorms. In this study, a nowcast based algorithm ForTracc developed by Vila et...
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#1D. R. Pattanaik (India Meteorological Department)H-Index: 6
#2M. Mohapatra (India Meteorological Department)H-Index: 14
Last.Arun Kumar (NOAA: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration)H-Index: 57
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Hot winds are the marked feature of summer season in India during late spring preceding the climatological onset of the monsoon season in June. Some years the conditions becomes very vulnerable with the maximum temperature (T max) exceeding 45 °C for many days over parts of north-western, eastern coastal states of India and Indo-Gangetic plain. During summer of 2015 (late May to early June) eastern coastal states, central and northwestern parts of India experienced severe heat wave conditions le...
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#1Naresh Kumar (India Meteorological Department)H-Index: 4
#2M. Mohapatra (India Meteorological Department)H-Index: 14
Last.A. K. Jaswal (India Meteorological Department)H-Index: 7
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Unprecedented precipitation along with heavy falls occurred over many parts of India from 28th February to 2nd March 2015. Many of the stations of northwest and central India received an all time high 24 hr cumulative precipitation of March during this period. Even the national capital, New Delhi, broke all the previous historical 24 hr rainfall records of the last 100 years to the rainfall record in March 2015. Due to this event, huge loss to agricultural and horticultural crops occurred in sev...
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#1M. Mohapatra (India Meteorological Department)H-Index: 14
#2B. Geetha (India Meteorological Department)
Last.Monica Sharma (India Meteorological Department)H-Index: 2
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Over the North Indian Ocean (NIO) basin, the uncertainty in tropical cyclone (TC) track forecast is depicted by constructing a cone of uncertainty (COU) around the forecast track for the benefit of disaster managers in their decision-making, especially with respect to area of evacuation. The COU is constructed by drawing a tangent to the circles with the radii equal to average track forecast errors during the past five years for forecast times of 12, 24, 36, …, up to 120 h. The COU which is revi...
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#1P.L.N. Murty (Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services)H-Index: 5
#2J Padmanabham (Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services)H-Index: 3
Last.M. Mohapatra (India Meteorological Department)H-Index: 14
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Abstract The high population density along the coastal stretch of India necessitates a real-time storm surge warning system. Keeping this in view, the Earth System Science Organization (ESSO) - Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services (INCOIS) initiated the Storm Surge Early Warning System (SSEWS) for Indian coasts using the ADCIRC (Advanced Circulation) model. ADCIRC is a finite-element based, depth-integrated shallow water model that can be used to model storm surges and for other...
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#1L. S. Rathore (India Meteorological Department)H-Index: 1
#2M. Mohapatra (India Meteorological Department)H-Index: 14
Last.B. Geetha (India Meteorological Department)H-Index: 1
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Tropical Cyclones (TCs) are intense synoptic scale weather systems which originate over warm oceans of the world, develop into massive vortices composed of swirling winds, intense clouds and torrential rains by drawing energy from the ocean. When they move over land, they cause large scale destruction to life and property over the coastal areas of the world. India, with an extensive coastline of about 7500 km is vulnerable to the destructive features associated with landfalling TCs of the North ...
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