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Professor

Qualification :
M. Sc (Tech), Ph. D. (Geophysics, BHU)

Specialization : Atmospheric Science, Meteorology, Climate Change

EXPERIENCE :  10 years teaching/21 years research

    1. Prof. Pradhan Parth Sarthi has been graduated in Mathematics from H. D. Jain College Ara (Bihar); and then received the degree in M. Sc. (Tech) and Ph.D. in Geophysics (Meteorology) from Department of Geophysics, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi (UP), India. He has been served as Post-Doctoral Fellow at Centre for Atmospheric Sciences, IIT Delhi and the researched at The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI)/TERI University, New Delhi. Since 2015, Dr. Parth Sarthi is serving as Professor at Department of Environment Science, Central University of South Bihar, Gaya, India.
    2. With the above experience, Prof. Parth Sarthi has been researched on Boundary layer under Monsoon Trough Boundary Layer Experiment (MONBLEX), Extended Range Monsoon Predication, Eurasian Snow/Himalayan Snow and Indian Summer Monsoon Rainfall (ISMR), Possible impacts of climate change in India, Projections of Rainfall, Temperature, wind, humidity using Regional Climate Model, PRECIS (collaboration with UK Met Office), Projection of surface temperature and summer monsoon rainfall using Global Climate Models of CMIP3, CMIP5 and CMIP6, Meteorological drought over the Gangetic Plain, Climate Change and AES, JE and Malaria, Intraseasonal variability of Indian Summer Monsoon Rainfall (ISMR), Cyclonic storm in the Bay of Bengal, Aerosol Optical Depth (AOD) and Rainfall.
    3. Our recent research is focused over the densely populated the Gangetic plain of India since this region is evident of impact of large variability in temperature and rainfall leading to the drought, flood and cyclonic disturbances. In addition, under the collaboration with Ministry of Earth Sciences (Government of India) and IITM, Pune, we are hosting a monitoring station for lightning events. The collected data by the sensor will be used for joint research on thunderstorm; lightning and rainfall study.
    4. Our research group i.e. Weather and Climate research group (Environmental modelling laboratory) at Department of Environmental Science, Central University of South Bihar, has currently computing facilities of IBM-AIX (UNIX) server (POWER 710), FUJITSU PRIMERGY CLUSTER (LINUX BASED),HP ML350 (Intel Xeon) data server (LINUX BASED), as well as UK Met Office PRECIS Model, WRF-ARW, RegCM and ArcGIS software.
  • Publication
    1. D.V.Vishwanadham, A.N.V.Satyanarayan, Stuti Mishra & P. Parth Sarthi, “Turbulent Kinetic Energy Budget over Varanasi using MONTBLEX-90”, Proceeding of Indian National Science Academy, 63,A, No-5, 1997, pp 403-412, Impact Factor: 0.229
    2. P. Parth Sarthi “Importance and Status of Climate Data” Proceeding of National Seminar on ‘Climate Change: Data Requirement and Availability, Central Statistical Organization, Govt of India, 2009, pp 162-167, www.mospi.gov.in
    3. Aastha Gulati, Palak Gupta, Meenakshi Jha, P. Parth Sarthi and Kumar Vishal, “Impact of Climate Change, Variability, and Extreme Rainfall Events on Agricultural Production and Food Insecurity in Orissa, (Proceeding of International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing ISPRS Ahmedabad 2009 Workshop Impact of Climate Change on Agriculture Space Applications Centre (ISRO) Ahmedabad, India, 17–18 December 2009, ISSN 1682-1777
    4. Eddy Moors, Richard Harding, Hester Biemans, David Collins, Jochen Froebrich, Ashvin Gosain, Annemarie Groot, Jan Haerter, Pankaj Kumar, Madan Lall Shrestha, Fulco Ludwig, Ashok Mishra, Pradhan Parth Sarthi, Gwyn Rees, Catharien Terwisscha van Scheltinga, Sanjay Tomar, Christian Siderius, Markus, Stoffel, SaskiaWerners “Water Resources of the Ganga Basin under a Changing Climate: interaction between Glaciers and Monsoon in the Himalaya”, (Proceedings of the 8th Scientific IAHS Assembly and 37th IAH Congress Hyderabad, India, 2009) (available on website)
    5. Gautam Kumar, P. Parth Sarthi, Prabhat Ranjan & Sushant Kumar, “Satellite Image clustering and Optimization using K-means and PSO” 978-1-4673-8587-9/16/$31.00 2016 IEEE
    6. Gautam Kumar, P. Parth Sarthi, Prabhat Ranjan & R. Rajesh, “Performance of k-means based Satellite Image Clustering in RGB and HSV Color Space”, 2016 Proceeding of Fifth International Conference on Recent Trends in Information Technology, April 08 & 09, 2016, Madras Institute of Technology, Chenni
    7. Dhananjay Kumar, P. Parth Sarthi, and Prabhat Ranjan, “Rainfall-Runoff Modeling using Computational Intelligence Techniques “Advances in Computing, Communications and Informatics (ICACCI)”, 2016 International Conference (ICACCI), Sept. 21-24, 2016, Jaipur, India, DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.15047.09127, ISBN: 978-1-5090-2030-0
    8. Manoj K Srivastava and P Parth Sarthi, "Turbulent kinetic energy in the atmospheric surface layer during the summer monsoon", Meteorological Applications (Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, London), Vol 9, Issue 02, June 2002, pp 239-246, Impact Factor: 1.402, ISSN: 1469-8080
    9. S. K. Dash, P. Parth Sarthi & S. K. Panda, "A Study on the Effect of Eurasian Snow on the Summer Monsoon Circulation and Rainfall using a Spectral GCM", International Journal of Climatology,Vol 26, Issue 8, June 2006, pp 1017-1025, Impact Factor: 3.6, ISSN: 1097-0088
    10. Tanner TM, Nair S, Bhattacharjya S, Srivastava SK, Sarthi PP, Sehgal M and Kull D (2007) ORCHID: Climate Risk Screening in DFID India. Synthesis Report. Institute of Development Studies, Brighton, First published by the Institute of Development Studies 2007 © Institute of Development Studies ISBN: 978 1 85864 688 X Printed by RPM Print & Design, Chichester, UK
    11. Tanner TM, Nair S, Bhattacharjya S, Srivastava SK, Sarthi PP, Sehgal M and Kull D (2007) ORCHID: Climate Risk Screening in DFID India. Research Report. Institute of Development Studies, Brighton. First published by the Institute of Development Studies 2007 © Institute of Development Studies ISBN: 978 1 85864 687 1 Printed by RPM Print & Design, Chichester, UK
    12. Ashu Mamgain, S. K. Dash and P. Parth Sarthi “Characteristics of Eurasian snow depth with respect to Indian summer monsoon rainfall” (International Journal of Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics, 2010, Impact Factor: 1.6, ISSN: 0177-7971 )
    13. Arun Rana, Cintia Bertacchi Uvo, Lars Bengtsson & P. Parth Sarthi, Trend Analysis for rainfall in Delhi and Mumbai, India (International Journal of Climate Dynamics, 2011, DOI 10.1007/s00382-011-1083-4, Impact Factor: 4.7, ISSN: 0930-7575)
    14. P. Parth Sarthi, “Climate Change and Agriculture in Bihar”, Training for Trainers (ToT), Summery Manual for India on “Gender, Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security, Working paper No. 12, CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS), October 2012
    15. P. Parth Sarthi, S. K. Dash & Ashu Mamgain, “Possible Characteristics of Indian Summer Monsoon under Warmer Climate” (International Journal of Global and Planetary Changes , 2012, Impact Factor: 4.1, ISSN: 0921-8181)
    16. P. Parth Sarthi & Ajeet Kr Singh, “Climatic study of available surface water in Bihar state of India" (Geosciences 2013, 3(2): 68-76, DOI: 10.5923/j.geo.20130302.05), 2163-1697
    17. P. Parth Sarthi, Anubha Agrawal & A. Rana, “Possible Future Changes in Cyclonic Storms (CSs) in Bay of Bengal (BoB) India under Warmer Climate”, (International Journal of Climatology, June, 2014 Impact Factor: 3.609, ISSN: 1097-0088
    18. P. Parth Sarthi, Soumik Ghosh and Praveen Kumar, “Future Projection of Rainfall with the evaluation of model performance in Coupled Model Inter-comparison Project Phase 5 (CMIP5)(International Journal of Global and Planetary Change, doi: 10.1016/j.gloplacha.2015.03.005, 2015, Impact Factor: 4.1, ISSN: 0921-8181
    19. P. Parth Sarthi, Praveen Kumar and Soumik Ghosh, "Possible Future Rainfall over Gangetic Plain (GP) India in Multi Model Simulations of CMIP3 and CMIP5”, Theoretical and Applied Climatology, DOI: 10.1007/S00704-015-1447-5, 2015, Impact Factor: 2.7, 0177-798X (Print), 1434-4483 (online)
    20. Kumar P, Pisudde PM, Sarthi PP, Sharma MP, Keshri VR. Status and trend of acute encephalitis syndrome and Japanese encephalitis in Bihar, India. Natl Med J India. 2017;30(6):317–20, The National Medical Journal of India,VOL. 30, NO. 6, 2017, Impact Factor: 0.78, 0970-258X
    21. Pisudde PM, Kumar P, Sarthi PP et al. Climatic Determinants of Japanese Encephalitis in Bihar State of India: A Time-Series Poisson Regression Analysis. J Communicable Disease 2017; 49(4): 13-18. Impact Factor 5.997, ISSN: 2581-351X
    22. Archisman Barat, Sunny Kumar, Praveen Kumar, and P. Parth Sarthi, “Characteristics of Surface Urban Heat Island (SUHI) over the Gangetic Plain of Bihar, India”, Asia-Pac. J. Atmos. Sci., 54(2), 205-214, 2018, Impact Factor 1.344, ISSN: 1976-7633 (print version),
    23. Sunny Kumar, Praveen Kumar, Archisman Barat, Ashutosh K Sinha, P. Parth Sarthi, Prabhat Ranjan, and K. K. Singh, “Characteristics of Observed Meteorological Drought and its Linkage with Low-Level Easterly Wind Over India”, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00024-019-02118-2, Pure and Applied Geophysics, accepted January, 2019, ISSN: 0033-4553 (Print) 1420-9136 (Online), Impact Factor: 1.652
    24. Praveen Kumar and P. Parth Sarthi, “Surface Temperature Evaluation and Future Projections Over India Using CMIP5 Models”, Journal: Pure and Applied Geophysics, DOI: 10.1007/s00024-019-02203-6, April, 2019, ISSN: 0033-4553 (Print) 1420-9136 (Online), Impact Factor: 1.652
    25. K Vandana, A Islam, PP Sarthi, AK Sikka, H Kapil, Assessment of potential impact of climate change on streamflow: a case study of the Brahmani River basin, India, Journal of Water and Climate Change 10 (3), 624-641, 2019, Impact Factor: 1.0, ISSN 2040-2244, EISSN 2408-9354
    26. P. Parth Sarthi, Varsha Goswami, Archisman Barat, Praveen Kumar, Sunny Kumar, and Ashutosh K. Sinha, “Linkage of Aerosol Optical Depth with Rainfall and Circulation parameters over the Eastern Gangetic Plains of India”, Journal of Earth System Science, ISSN: 2347-4327 (Print) 0973-774X (Online), Impact Factor: 1.1, April, 2019, https://doi.org/10.1007/s12040-019-1204-8
    27. P Kumar, P Parth Sarthi, S Kumar, A Barat, AK Sinha, Evaluation of CORDEX-RCMS and their driving GCMs of CMIP5 in simulation of Indian summer monsoon rainfall and its future projections, Arabian Journal of Geosciences 13 (5), 1-14, Impact Factor, 1.3, 26 Feb, 2020, ISSN‎: ‎1866-7511, https://doi.org/10.1007/s12517-020-5081-x
    28. Praveen Kumar, P. Parth Sarthi, RichaVatsa "Modeling an association between malaria cases and climate variables for Keonjhar district of Odisha, India: a Bayesian approach, Journal of Parasitic Diseases, 19 March, 2020, ISSN: 2641-4074, https://doi.org/10.1007/s12639-020-01210-y
    29. Archisman Barat, P Parth Sarthi, Sunny Kumar, Praveen Kumar and Ashutosh K Sinha, Observed and simulated winter temperature over Gurudongmar area, North Sikkim, India MAUSAM, 71, 1 (January 2020), 551-560, Impact Factor: 1, 2020, ISSN 2529416
    30. Praveen Kumar and P. Parth Sarthi, Evaluation of NASA’s NEX-GDDP Simulated Summer Monsoon Rainfall over Homogeneous Monsoon Regions of India Theoretical and Applied Climatology , 5 May, 2020, IF 3.19, 0177-798X, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00704-020-03188-2
    31. Amit Kumar, P Parth Sarthi, Amita Kumari, Ashutosh K Sinha “Observed Characteristics of Rainfall Indices and Outgoing Longwave Radiation over the Gangetic Plain of India, 2021, Pure and Applied Geophysics, ISSN: 0033-4553 (Print) 1420-9136 (Online), Impact Factor: 2.35
    32. Narsingh Kumar and P Parth Sarthi, Feeling Solastalgia: A Study of effects of Changing climate in Rural India, Asian Journal of Social Psychology, Jan 2021, Willey, Print ISSN: 1367-2223 Online ISSN: 1467839X Impact Factor: 1.06, DOI: 10.1111/ajsp.12473.
    33. Archisman Barat, P. Parth Sarthi, Sunny Kumar, Praveen Kumar, Ashutosh K Sinha (2021) Surface Urban Heat Island (SUHI) over Riverside Cities along the Gangetic Plain of India", Pure and Applied Geophysics, Impact Factor 2.35
    34. Praveen Kumar and P. Parth Sarthi, Intraseasonal Variability of Indian Summer Monsoon in Coupled Model Intercomparison Project Phase 6 (CMIP6), Theoretical and Applied Climatology, Impact Factor 3.19
    35. Kumar, P., Parth Sarthi, P. & Bhakuni, B. Meteorological association for prevalence dynamics of Acute Encephalitis Syndrome: a modeling study. Model. Earth Syst. Environ. (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40808-021-01225-1, Impact factor: 2.8
    36. Parth Sarthi, P., Kumar, S. & Barat, A. A Linkage between Aerosol Optical Depth (AOD) and Meteorological Drought over the Eastern Gangetic Plain of India. Aerosol Sci Eng (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s41810-021-00113-6, Impact Factor <1
    37. Ashutosh K Sinha, P. Parth Sarthi, M. Mohapatra and Praveen Kumar, (2021) Evaluation of Tropical Cyclonic Disturbances in Reanalysis data and Regional Climate Model Simulation over the Bay of Bengal, India, Journal of Earth System Science, (JESS-S-21-00525)
    38. Praveen Kumar, PM Pisudde and P. Parth Sarthi, (2021) “Meteorological linkage of Malaria cases in the eastern state of India”, The Journal of Climate Change and Health, ISSN: 2667-2782, Impact Factor<1
    39. P. Parth Sarthi & Praveen Kumar (2021), Intraseasonal Variability and Possible Causes of Large Scale and Convective Precipitations over the Gangetic Plain of India Theoretical and Applied Climatology, Impact Factor 3.2
    40. Ashutosh K Sinha, P. Parth Sarthi, M. Mohapatra & Praveen Kumar (2021)Evaluation of Tropical Cyclonic Disturbances in Reanalysis data and Regional Climate Model Simulation over the Bay of Bengal, India, Journal of Earth System Science, Impact Factor: 1.4
    41. Amit Kumar, P Parth Sarthi, Amita Kumari (2021) “Observed Rainfall Events and Outgoing Longwave Radiation (OLR) over Contrasting River Basins in Bihar, India, Mausam
  • Patent: Nil
  • Books:
    1. S. K. Dash, P. Parth Sarthi & M. S. Shekhar, “Influence of Eurasian and Tibetan Snow on Indian Summer Monsoon”, Understanding and Forecasting of Monsoons, Edited: P.N. Vinayachandran, Centre for Science and Technology of the Non-Aligned and Other Developing Countries (NAM S & T Center), 1 January, 2008, pp 108-118, ISBN10 81-7035-522-2
    2. P. Parth Sarthi, S. K. Dash & Ashu Mamagain “Changes in Surface Temperature and Snow over the Western Himalaya under doubling of Carbon Dioxide (CO2)”,“Challenges and Opportunities in Agrometeorology” (Attri, S.D.; Rathore, L.S.; Sivakumar, M.V.K.; Dash, S.K. (Eds.) ISBN 978-3-642-19359-0, Springer Publication, September, 2011
    3. P. Parth Sarthi, Future Changes in Rainfall and Temperature under Emission Scenarios for Rice and Wheat Production, “Climate Change and Agriculture in India: Impact and Adaptation (Edited: S. Sheraz Mahdi), http://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-90086-5_1, Springer Nature, September, 2018, Print ISBN 978-3-319-90085-8
    4. M. Tiwari, A.K. Ghosh, P. P. Sarthi, Kumar Bhaskar, Archisman Barat “An overview of the spatio-temporal variation of the Gangetic riverine wetlands – Diara along the Patna urban agglomeration (Vulnerability of Wetland to Climate Change), Adrian, An ENVIS NEWSLETTER, Vol 3, Issues 3-4 July-December, 2020, ISSN: 2581-8090
    5. Archisman Barat, Sunny Kumar and P. Parth Sarthi, Carbon dynamics and sequestration under past and future climate scenarios over India in earth system model simulations in book Sustainable Plant Nutrition and Soil Carbon Sequestration, Springer Nature
    6. Archisman Barat, P. Parth Sarthi , Sunny Kumar, Aakriti Asim, Monitoring of Urban Climate using Geospatial Techniques in book Advances in Urbanism, Smart Cities and Sustainability, CRC Press
  • Awards:
  • Projects:
    1. "Possible future changes in Indian Summer Monsoon Rainfall (ISMR) under Warmer Climate", funded by Department of Science and Technology, Govt of India, Feb 2013-Feb 2016, Total cost: Rs. 27,84,400/- (Completed)
    2. "Modelling Study of Flood and Drought in Eastern Gangatic Plain in India" funded by IBM India under Smarter Planet project, Oct 2013-Dec 201, Total cost: Rs. 2,25,000/- (Completed)
    3. “Studies of drought conditions in Eastern Gangetic Plain in past and future time periods”, funded by Department of Science and Technology, Govt of India, May 2015-July 2019, 3 years, Rs. 35,96,000/- (Completed)
    4. “Cyclonic Disturbances over the Bay of Bengal in Regional Climate Models Simulation” funded by DST, GoI , Jan 2017-July 2021, Total cost 54,28,400 (Completed)
    5. A Study of People’s Awareness and Perceptions towards Climate in India: It’s Linkages with Pro-Environmental Behaviors, funded by Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR) , Jan, 2018-Jan, 2020, Total cost: Rs. 5,64,375 (Completed)
  • Training
    1. “Basic of Geophysical Fluid Dynamics.” funded by Department of Science and Technology, Govt. of India (Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology Pune, India) 23rd May – 24th June 1994
    2. “Advance of Geophysical Fluid Dynamics (General Circulation)" funded by Department of Science and Technology, Govt. of India (Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology Pune, India), 23rd May – 24th June, 1995
    3. “Advance Fluid Dynamics (Dynamics of Monsoon, Observations, Theory and Modeling)” funded by Department of Science and Technology, Govt. of India (Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology Pune, India), 21st May – 22nd June 1996
    4. “Advanced Geophysical Fluid Dynamics (Dynamics of Climate and its variability)” funded by Department of Science and Technology, Govt. of India (Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology Pune, India), 2nd June – 5th July, 1997
  • Members of National and International bodies
    1. Member of High Level Steering Committee on Bihar State Action Plan on Climate Change (2011 to continue), Govt of Bihar, India
    2. Member of Task Force on Climate Change and Health, Govt of Bihar, India
    3. President, India Meteorological Society Patna, Bihar chapter, India
    4. Life member of Indian Meteorological Society, India
    5. Member of Indian Climate Research Network, CSE, India
    6. Member of the European Drought Centre, The Netherlands
    7. Member, Mountain Research Initiative (MRI), Switzerland
    8. Member, South Asian Meteorological Association
      1. Reviewer of Journals
          International Journal of Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, Journal of Geography and Regional Planning, International Research Journal of Public and Environmental Health, Journal of Earth System Science, Open Journal of Atmospheric and Climate Change, Journal of Agricultural Meteorology, Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics, International Journal of Climatology, Climate Dynamic, Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics
        Member of Editorial Board of Journals
          International Journal of Research in Science & Technology, International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology, Journal of Atmospheric and Climate Change, Journal of Atmosphere and Earth Sciences, Journal of Environmental and Social Sciences

        M.Phil/Ph.D. Supervised-04, M.Tech. (Computer Science) thesis supervised-03, Ph. D. (Ongoing)-07