Bhabani S. Das
Bhabani S. Das
Agricultural and Food Engineering Department, IIT Kharagpur
Verified email at agfe.iitkgp.ac.in
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Soil carbon 4 per mille
B Minasny, BP Malone, AB McBratney, DA Angers, D Arrouays, ...
Geoderma 292, 59-86, 2017
7612017
Sorption and degradation of steroid hormones in soils during transport: Column studies and model evaluation
BS Das, LS Lee, PSC Rao, RP Hultgren
Environmental science & technology 38 (5), 1460-1470, 2004
2042004
Error analysis of heat pulse method for measuring soil heat capacity, diffusivity, and conductivity
GJ Kluitenberg, KL Bristow, BS Das
Soil Science Society of America Journal 59 (3), 719-726, 1995
1511995
Moment analysis for subsurface hydrologic applications
RS Govindaraju, BS Das
Springer Science & Business Media, 2007
682007
Dual-domain solute transfer and transport processes: evaluation in batch and transport experiments
NW Haws, BS Das, PSC Rao
Journal of contaminant hydrology 75 (3-4), 257-280, 2004
652004
Estimation of soil hydraulic properties using proximal spectral reflectance in visible, near-infrared, and shortwave-infrared (VIS–NIR–SWIR) region
P Santra, RN Sahoo, BS Das, RN Samal, AK Pattanaik, VK Gupta
Geoderma 152 (3-4), 338-349, 2009
642009
Pedotransfer functions for soil hydraulic properties developed from a hilly watershed of Eastern India
P Santra, BS Das
Geoderma 146 (3-4), 439-448, 2008
592008
Measurement and modeling of soil water regime in a lowland paddy field showing preferential transport
KK Garg, BS Das, M Safeeq, PBS Bhadoria
Agricultural water management 96 (12), 1705-1714, 2009
572009
Physiological and morphological responses of four different rice cultivars to soil water potential based deficit irrigation management strategies
A Kumar, AK Nayak, DR Pani, BS Das
Field Crops Research 205, 78-94, 2017
552017
Greenhouse gas emission from direct seeded paddy fields under different soil water potentials in Eastern India
A Kumar, AK Nayak, S Mohanty, BS Das
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 228, 111-123, 2016
542016
Moment analysis to estimate degradation rate constants from leaching experiments
BS Das, GJ Kluitenberg
Soil Science Society of America Journal 60 (6), 1724-1731, 1996
461996
Nitrate concentrations in the root zone estimated using time domain reflectometry
BS Das, JM Wraith, WP Inskeep
Soil Science Society of America Journal 63 (6), 1561-1570, 1999
451999
Performance of polymer-coated urea in transplanted rice: effect of mixing ratio and water input on nitrogen use efficiency
MD Patil, BS Das, E Barak, PBS Bhadoria, A Polak
Paddy and Water Environment 8 (2), 189-198, 2010
432010
Modeling transient water distributions around landmines in bare soils
BS Das, JMH Hendrickx, B Borchers
Soil Science 166 (3), 163-173, 2001
432001
Pore water velocity and residence time effects on the degradation of 2, 4-D during transport
HW Langner, WP Inskeep, HM Gaber, WL Jones, BS Das, JM Wraith
Environmental science & technology 32 (9), 1308-1315, 1998
421998
Monitoring soil water and ionic solute distributions using time-domain reflectometry
JM Wraith, BS Das
Soil and Tillage Research 47 (1-2), 145-150, 1998
391998
Estimation of weathering indices using spectral reflectance over visible to mid-infrared region
B Mohanty, A Gupta, BS Das
Geoderma 266, 111-119, 2016
362016
Effects of water deficit stress on agronomic and physiological responses of rice and greenhouse gas emission from rice soil under elevated atmospheric CO2
A Kumar, AK Nayak, BS Das, N Panigrahi, P Dasgupta, S Mohanty, ...
Science of the Total Environment 650, 2032-2050, 2019
352019
Temperature dependence of nitrogen mineralization rate constant: a theoretical approach
BS Das, GJ Kluitenberg, GM Pierzynski
Soil Science 159 (5), 294-300, 1995
341995
Enhancing dielectric contrast between land mines and the soil environment by watering: modeling, design, and experimental results
B Borchers, JMH Hendrickx, BS Das, SH Hong
Detection and Remediation Technologies for Mines and Minelike Targets V 4038 …, 2000
332000
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