|Residential biofuels in South Asia: carbonaceous aerosol emissions and climate impacts|
C Venkataraman, G Habib, A Eiguren-Fernandez, AH Miguel, ...
Science 307 (5714), 1454-1456, 2005
|Limitations in the enhancement of visible light absorption due to mixing state|
TC Bond, G Habib, RW Bergstrom
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 111 (D20), 2006
|The Indian national initiative for advanced biomass cookstoves: the benefits of clean combustion|
C Venkataraman, AD Sagar, G Habib, N Lam, KR Smith
Energy for sustainable development 14 (2), 63-72, 2010
|Emissions from open biomass burning in India: Integrating the inventory approach with high‐resolution Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) active‐fire and land …|
C Venkataraman, G Habib, D Kadamba, M Shrivastava, JF Leon, ...
Global biogeochemical cycles 20 (2), 2006
|Seasonal and interannual variability in absorbing aerosols over India derived from TOMS: Relationship to regional meteorology and emissions|
G Habib, C Venkataraman, I Chiapello, S Ramachandran, O Boucher, ...
Atmospheric Environment 40 (11), 1909-1921, 2006
|Characterization of emissions from South Asian biofuels and application to source apportionment of carbonaceous aerosol in the Himalayas|
EA Stone, JJ Schauer, BB Pradhan, PM Dangol, G Habib, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 115 (D6), 2010
|Chemical, microphysical and optical properties of primary particles from the combustion of biomass fuels|
G Habib, C Venkataraman, TC Bond, JJ Schauer
Environmental science & technology 42 (23), 8829-8834, 2008
|Combustion of dried animal dung as biofuel results in the generation of highly redox active fine particulates|
IS Mudway, ST Duggan, C Venkataraman, G Habib, FJ Kelly, J Grigg
Particle and fibre toxicology 2 (1), 6, 2005
|New methodology for estimating biofuel consumption for cooking: Atmospheric emissions of black carbon and sulfur dioxide from India|
G Habib, C Venkataraman, M Shrivastava, R Banerjee, JW Stehr, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 18 (3), 2004
|Chemical characterization of PM1.0 aerosol in Delhi and source apportionment using positive matrix factorization|
A Singhai, G Habib, RS Raman, T Gupta
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 24 (1), 445-462, 2017
|PM2. 5 exposure in highly polluted cities: A case study from New Delhi, India|
P Pant, G Habib, JD Marshall, RE Peltier
Environmental research 156, 167-174, 2017
|Climatology of PM2. 5 organic carbon concentrations from a review of ground-based atmospheric measurements by evolved gas analysis|
R Bahadur, G Habib, LM Russell
Atmospheric Environment 43 (9), 1591-1602, 2009
|Chemical characterization and quantitativ e assessment of source-specific health risk of trace metals in PM1.0 at a road site of Delhi, India|
J Prakash, T Lohia, AK Mandariya, G Habib, T Gupta, SK Gupta
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 25 (9), 8747-8764, 2018
|Evaluation of portable dilution system for aerosol measurement from stationary and mobile combustion sources|
Jaiprakash, G Habib, S Kumar
Aerosol Science and Technology 50 (7), 717-731, 2016
|Submicron aerosol composition in the world's most polluted megacity: the Delhi Aerosol Supersite study.|
S Gani, S Bhandari, S Seraj, DS Wang, K Patel, P Soni, Z Arub, G Habib, ...
Atmospheric Chemistry & Physics 19 (10), 2019
|Chemical and optical properties of PM2. 5 from on-road operation of light duty vehicles in Delhi city|
Science of The Total Environment 586, 900-916, 2017
|Speciation of atmospheric polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) present during fog time collected submicron particles|
DK Singh, S Sharma, G Habib, T Gupta
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 22 (16), 12458-12468, 2015
|On-road assessment of light duty vehicles in Delhi city: emission factors of CO, CO2 and NOX|
Atmospheric Environment 174, 132-139, 2018
|A technology-based mass emission factors of gases and aerosol precursor and spatial distribution of emissions from on-road transport sector in India|
J Prakash, G Habib
Atmospheric Environment 180, 192-205, 2018
|Sources and atmospheric dynamics of organic aerosol in New Delhi, India: insights from receptor modeling|
S Bhandari, S Gani, K Patel, DS Wang, P Soni, Z Arub, G Habib, JS Apte, ...
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 20 (2), 735-752, 2020