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Darpa Jyethi

Environmental Monitoring & Assessment, Atmospheric Chemistry

The World Within Reach
Darpa Saurav Jyethi
Research Associate
 

College of Arts and Sciences
Department: Atmospheric Sciences Research Center

Address:
CESTM L216
Phone:
518-437-8722

 

Education

Ph. D. (December, 2014) Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India.

Research Interests

Environmental Monitoring & Assessment, Atmospheric Chemistry

Publications

D.S. Jyethi, P.S. Khillare, Sayantan Sarkar, 2014. Particulate phase polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in the ambient atmosphere of a protected and ecologically sensitive area in a tropical megacity. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 13, 854 -860. Elsevier.

D.S. Jyethi, P.S. Khillare, Sayantan Sarkar, 2014. Risk assessment of inhalation exposure to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in school children. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 21, 366-78. Springer.

P.S. Khillare, D.S. Jyethi, Sayantan Sarkar, 2012. Health risk assessment of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and heavy metals via dietary intake of vegetables grown in the vicinity of thermal power plants. Food and Chemical Toxicology 50, 1642-1652. Elsevier.

Sayantan Sarkar, P.S. Khillare, D.S. Jyethi, A. Hasan, M. Parween., 2010. Chemical speciation of respirable suspended particulate matter during a major firework festival in India. Journal of Hazardous Materials 184, 321-330. Elsevier.

P.S. Khillare, D.S. Jyethi, Sayantan Sarkar, 2013. Role of particulate PAHs and metals in contamination levels of leafy vegetable grown in suburban area of Delhi. Proceedings of the Indian Aerosol Science and Technology Association (IASTA) ISSN NO-0971-4510, vol. 20 (1&2), 497-500.

P.S. Khillare, Sayantan Sarkar, D.S. Jyethi, 2012. Role of carbonaceous aerosol in visibility impairment in a tropical megacity. Proceedings from the Sixth International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology, ISBN 9780976885351.

S. Chourasiya, P.S. Khillare, D.S. Jyethi, 2014. Health risk assessment of organochlorine pesticides exposure through dietary intake of vegetables grown in the periurban sites of Delhi, India. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 22, 5793-5806. Springer.