Subhankar Karmakar
Subhankar Karmakar
Professor, Centre for Environmental Science and Engineering (CESE), Indian Institute of
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Grey fuzzy optimization model for water quality management of a river system
S Karmakar, PP Mujumdar
Advances in Water Resources 29 (7), 1088-1105, 2006
1802006
Selection of an appropriate wastewater treatment technology: A scenario-based multiple-attribute decision-making approach
PP Kalbar, S Karmakar, SR Asolekar
Journal of environmental management 113, 158-169, 2012
1562012
Bivariate flood frequency analysis. Part 2: a copula‐based approach with mixed marginal distributions
S Karmakar, SP Simonovic
Journal of Flood Risk Management 2 (1), 32-44, 2009
1102009
A two-phase grey fuzzy optimization approach for water quality management of a river system
S Karmakar, PP Mujumdar
Advances in Water Resources 30 (5), 1218-1235, 2007
782007
An information system for risk-vulnerability assessment to flood
S Karmakar, SP Simonovic, A Peck, J Black
Journal of Geographic Information System 2 (03), 129, 2010
772010
Flood risks, climate change impacts and adaptation benefits in Mumbai
S Hallegatte, N Ranger, S Bhattacharya, M Bachu, S Priya, K Dhore, ...
OECD, 2010
762010
Assessment of wastewater treatment technologies: life cycle approach
PP Kalbar, S Karmakar, SR Asolekar
Water and Environment Journal 27 (2), 261-268, 2013
662013
Diametric changes in trends and patterns of extreme rainfall over India from pre‐1950 to post‐1950
H Vittal, S Karmakar, S Ghosh
Geophysical Research Letters 40 (12), 3253-3258, 2013
622013
The influence of expert opinions on the selection of wastewater treatment alternatives: A group decision-making approach
PP Kalbar, S Karmakar, SR Asolekar
Journal of environmental management 128, 844-851, 2013
602013
Impacts of urbanization on Indian summer monsoon rainfall extremes
H Shastri, S Paul, S Ghosh, S Karmakar
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, Pub. AGU (Wiley) 120 (2), 496-516, 2015
522015
Bivariate flood frequency analysis: Part 1. Determination of marginals by parametric and nonparametric techniques
S Karmakar, SP Simonovic
Journal of Flood Risk Management 1 (4), 190-200, 2008
522008
Technology assessment for wastewater treatment using multiple-attribute decision-making
PP Kalbar, S Karmakar, SR Asolekar
Technology in Society 34 (4), 295-302, 2012
472012
Indian summer monsoon rainfall: implications of contrasting trends in the spatial variability of means and extremes
S Ghosh, H Vittal, T Sharma, S Karmakar, KS Kasiviswanathan, ...
PloS one 11 (7), e0158670, 2016
462016
Do dynamic regional models add value to the global model projections of Indian monsoon?
S Singh, S Ghosh, AS Sahana, H Vittal, S Karmakar
Climate dynamics 48 (3-4), 1375-1397, 2017
412017
A facility location model for municipal solid waste management system under uncertain environment
V Yadav, AK Bhurjee, S Karmakar, AK Dikshit
Science of the Total Environment 603, 760-771, 2017
402017
An inexact optimization approach for river water-quality management
S Karmakar, PP Mujumdar
Journal of environmental management 81 (3), 233-248, 2006
392006
A feasibility study for the locations of waste transfer stations in urban centers: a case study on the city of Nashik, India
V Yadav, S Karmakar, AK Dikshit, S Vanjari
Journal of Cleaner Production 126, 191-205, 2016
382016
Life cycle-based decision support tool for selection of wastewater treatment alternatives
PP Kalbar, S Karmakar, SR Asolekar
Journal of Cleaner Production 117, 64-72, 2016
352016
Increased spatial variability and intensification of extreme monsoon rainfall due to urbanization
S Paul, S Ghosh, M Mathew, A Devanand, S Karmakar, D Niyogi
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-10, 2018
292018
Disaster vulnerability mapping for a densely populated coastal urban area: an application to Mumbai, India
MA Sherly, S Karmakar, D Parthasarathy, T Chan, C Rau
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 105 (6), 1198-1220, 2015
292015
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