Publications authored by Reshmi Das

Understanding Haze: Modeling Size-Resolved Mineral Aerosol from Satellite Remote Sensing

Nivedita Sanwlani, & Reshmi Das
2022 Remote Sensing 14 3

Chemical Characteristics and Trends of Indian Summer Monsoon Rainfall: A Review

Aditi Majumdar, Dhrubajyoti Samanta, & Reshmi Das
2022 Aerosol and Air Quality Research 22 7

Health risk assessment of construction workers from trace metals in PM2.5 from Kolkata, India

Shoumick Mitra, & Reshmi Das
12/2020 Archives of Environmental & Occupational Health

Sources of atmospheric lead (Pb) after quarter century of phasing out of leaded gasoline in Bangkok, Thailand

Jariya Kayee, Penjai Sompongchaiyakul, Reshmi Das, Sujaree Bureekul, & Xianfeng Wang
05/2021 Atmospheric Environment 253

Flow of arsenic between rice grain and water: Its interaction, accumulation and distribution in different fractions of cooked rice

Nilanjana Roy Chowdhury, Antara Das, Ayan De, Deepanjan Mridha, Madhurima Joardar, Mohammad Mahmudur Rahman, et al.
08/2020 Science of The Total Environment 731

Metal Concentrations and Source Apportionment of PM2.5 in Chiang Rai and Bangkok, Thailand during a Biomass Burning Season

Jariya Kayee, Nivedita Sanwlani, Penjai Sompongchaiyakul, Reshmi Das, Sujaree Bureekul, & Xianfeng Wang
06/2020 ACS Earth and Space Chemistry 4 7

Personal level exposure and hazard potential of particulate matter during haze and non-haze periods in Singapore

Saji George, Biju Thomas, Chee Fu Yung, Dyan Zhang ZheWei, John E. Connolly, Khai Pin Lee, et al.
03/2020 Chemosphere 243

Arsenic accumulation in paddy plants at different phases of pre-monsoon cultivation

Nilanjana Roy Chowdhury, Madhurima Joardar, Reshmi Das, Soma Ghosh, Subhojit Bhowmick, & Tarit Roychowdhury
11/2018 Chemosphere 210

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