Decadal surface temperature trends in India based on a new high-resolution data set, Scientific Reports, 8, Article number: 7452 (2018), doi:10.1038/s41598-018-25347-2
R Ross, T N Krishnamurti, S Pattnaik and D S Pai (2018)
Land surface sensitivity of monsoon depressions formed over Bay of Bengal using improved high-resolution land state (2017), Dynamics of Atmospheres and Oceans,Volume 80, 155-172,https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dynatmoce.2017.10.007
P V Rajesh, S Pattnaik, U C Mohanty, D Rai, H Baisya and P C Pandey
Sensitivity of tropical cyclone characteristics to the radial distribution of sea surface temperature, DOI10.1007/s12040-016-0687-9,125, No. 4, June 2016, pp. 691–708.
D Rai, S Pattnaik and P V Rajesh (2016)
Land surface-precipitation feedback analysis for a landfalling monsoon depression in the Indian region,Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems,DOI:10.1002/2016MS000829.
Himadri Baisya, S. Pattnaik and P.V. Rajesh 2017
Role of land state in a high resolution mesoscale model for simulating the Uttarakhand heavy rainfall event over India, Journal of Earth System Science,125,3,475–498,
P. V. Rajesh, S. Pattnaik, D. Rai, K. K. Osuri, U. C. Mohanty and S. Tripathy (2016)
Influence of convective parameterization on the systematic errors of Climate Forecast System (CFS) model over the Indian monsoon region from an extended range forecast perspective, Climate Dynamics,41, 341-365.
S Pattnaik, S Abhilash, S De, A K Sahai, R Phani, B N Goswami (2013)
Extended range prediction of active-break spells of Indian summer monsoon rainfall using an ensemble prediction system in NCEP climate forecast system, International Journal of Climatology, Published online,34,1,98-113.DOI: 10.1002/ joc.3668
S. Abhilash, A. K. Sahai, S. Pattnaik, B. N. Goswami and Arun Kumar (2014)
Simulation and Extended range prediction of Monsoon Intraseasonal Oscillations in NCEP CFS/GFS version 2 framework, Current Science, 104, May 2013, 1394-1408
Sahai A.K., Sharmila S., Abhilash S., Chattopadhyay R., Borah N., Krishna R.P.M.,Joseph Susmitha, Roxy M., De S., Pattnaik S., Pillai P.A. (2013)
Predictability during active break phases of Indian summer monsoon in an ensemble prediction system using climate forecast system, Journal of Atmospheric and Solar Terrestrial Physics, 100-101,13-23
Abhilash S., Sahai A.K., Pattnaik S., De S. (2013)
Impact of cloud parameterization on the numerical simulation of a super cyclone, Ann. Geophys.,30, 1–21.
M.Deshpande,S.Pattnaik and P.S. Salvekar (2012)
Interactions of Diabatic Heating in Convective Superbursts with Energy Conversion Processes in the Genesis of Cape Verde Hurricanes from African Easterly Waves, Mon. Wea. Rev. 140, 748–773.
Robert S. Ross, T. N. Krishnamurti, and S. Pattnaik (2012)
Influence of rain rate initialization,cloud microphysics and cloud torques on Hurricane Intensity, Mon. Wea. Rev., 139,627-649.
Pattnaik.S, C.Inglish and T.N.Krishnamurti (2010)
Hurricane Forecasts with a Mesoscale Suite of Models, Tellus 62A,633-646.
Kishnamurti,T.N, S.Pattnaik, M.K.Biswas, Ed Bensman, M.Kramer, N.Surgi and T.S.V. Vijay Kumar (2010)
Impact of physical parameterization schemes on numerical simulation of super cyclone Gonu, Journal of Natural Hazards, 55, 211-231.
Despande.M, S.Pattnaik and P.S. Salvekar (2010)
Energy Transformation and Diabatic Processes in Developing and Non-Developing African Easterly Waves Observed during the NAMMA Project of 2006, Journal of Weather Forecasting, 24, No. 6, 1524-1548.
Ross. R., T.N.Krishnamurti, S.Pattnaik and A.Simon (2009)
Impact of microphysical processes on hurricane intensity, Part I: Control Run, Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics, 97, 117-126.
Pattnaik, S. and T.N.Krishnamurti (2007)
Impact of microphysical processes on hurricane intensity, Part II: Sensitivity experiments, Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics, 97, 127-147.
Pattnaik, S. and T.N.Krishnamurti (2007)
Addressing hurricane intensity through angular momentum and scale energetics approaches, Pure appl. geophysics, 164, 1429-1441.
Krishnamurti,T.N, L. Stefanova, L. Ramaswamy and S. Pattnaik (2007)
Impact of CAMEX-4 data sets for Hurricane Forecasts using a Global Spectral Model, J. of Atmos. Sci., 63, 1, 151–174.
Kamineni, R., T.N.Krishnamurti ,S.Pattnaik, E.Browell, S.Ismail, R.Ferrare (2006)
Mesoscale physical initialization for monsoon and hurricane forecasts, Mon. Wea. Rev., 135, 2716- 2736.
Krishnamurti,T.N., S.Pattnaik and D.V.Bhaskar Rao (2006)
On the Hurricane Intensity Issues, Monthly. Weather. Review, 133, 7, 1886-1912.
Krishnamurti,T.N., S.Pattnaik, L.Stefanova,T.S.V. Vijay kumar, B.P.Mackey, A.J.O’Shay and R.Pasch (2005)
Impacts of surface winds and moisture data from microwave sensors in the analysis and prediction of weather in the Indian Ocean Region" Mausam,54,1,225-236.
Kar, S.C., S.Pattnaik, K.Rupa, V.S.Prasad and S.V.Singh (2003)
Evolution characteristics of the summer monsoon over India using microwave channel retrieval Proceedings of the
international conference PORSEC, NIO, Goa,India,5-8,
Prasad, V. S., K. J. Ramesh S. Pattanaik and R. K. Paliwal(2000)
Recent Publication (International Conferences)
High resolution land surface response of inland moving Indian monsoon depressions over Bay of Bengal,Proc. SPIE 9882, Remote Sensing and Modeling of the Atmosphere, Oceans, and Interactions VI, 98820K (3 May 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2239712
P. V. Rajesh; S. Pattnaik (2016)
Scientist-D, Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology(IITM),Pune
Research Associate, Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Science, Florida State University(FSU),Florida, U.S.A
Senior Research Fellow (IITD/NCMWRF)
Life member of India Meteorological Society (IMS).