Biswajit Das


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Biswajit

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Das

Publications in SciGraph latest 50 shown

  • 2018-09 Modeling and mapping of groundwater potentiality zones using AHP and GIS technique: a case study of Raniganj Block, Paschim Bardhaman, West Bengal in MODELING EARTH SYSTEMS AND ENVIRONMENT
  • 2018-06 Application of forest canopy density model for forest cover mapping using LISS-IV satellite data: a case study of Sali watershed, West Bengal in MODELING EARTH SYSTEMS AND ENVIRONMENT
  • 2018-02 Assessment of flood hazard in a riverine tract between Damodar and Dwarkeswar River, Hugli District, West Bengal, India in SPATIAL INFORMATION RESEARCH
  • 2017-04 Chute cut-off processes along a small alluvial channel: a case study of Sangra Khal, sub-tributary of Gour Nadi, West Bengal, India in MODELING EARTH SYSTEMS AND ENVIRONMENT
  • 2016-12 Analysis of precipitation for the past 20th century and its multi-decadal oscillation: a case study of Bankura Town, Bankura, West Bengal in MODELING EARTH SYSTEMS AND ENVIRONMENT
  • 2016-03 Effective utilization of calcareous soil towards the removal of methylene blue from aqueous solution in CLEAN TECHNOLOGIES AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY
  • 2015-09 Neural network model and isotherm study for removal of phenol from aqueous solution by orange peel ash in APPLIED WATER SCIENCE
  • 2014-05 Insight into adsorption equilibrium, kinetics and thermodynamics of lead onto alluvial soil in INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
  • 2014-03 Biosorption of carbaryl from aqueous solution onto Pistia stratiotes biomass in APPLIED WATER SCIENCE
  • 2013-03 Removal of arsenic(III) and arsenic(V) on chemically modified low-cost adsorbent: batch and column operations in APPLIED WATER SCIENCE
  • 2011-09 A selenium-bonded oxorhenium(V) complex: solvothermal synthesis, structural characterization, and electrochemical behavior in TRANSITION METAL CHEMISTRY
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