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Kruisdijk, E. (author), Ros, Julian F. (author), Ghosh, D. (author), Brehme, M. (author), Stuyfzand, Pieter Jan (author), van Breukelen, B.M. (author)
Well clogging was studied at an aquifer storage transfer and recovery (ASTR) site used to secure freshwater supply for a flower bulb farm. Tile drainage water (TDW) was collected from a 10-ha parcel, stored in a sandy brackish coastal aquifer via well injection in wet periods, and reused during dry periods. This ASTR application has been...
journal article 2023
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Chatterjee, Subham (author), Das, Supriyo Kumar (author), Behera, Pravat Kumar (author), Ghosh, D. (author), Chakraborty, Arindam (author), Patel, Priyank Pravin (author), Ikehara, Minoru (author)
Variation in leaf colour (green, red and grey) of mosses and lake benthic mats in Antarctica is often linked to water stress and ultraviolet light (UV-B) exposure. Changes in the abundance of organic compounds, such as pectin and phenols, are associated with mechanisms protecting against desiccation and UV radiation. However, the function of...
journal article 2023
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Ghosh, D. (author), Kavil, Sarath Pullyottum (author), Arya, Prakash C. (author), Das, Bhaskar (author)
Enormous water-logging in ancient abandoned mining shafts of Kolar Gold Fields (KGFs), has largely induced the leaching of sulfide-rich gold minerals contaminating the aquifer system with hazardous elements. Transport of these contaminant has posed threat to the health of the urban population of Kolar township. A detailed survey of borewells,...
journal article 2023
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Behera, Pravat Kumar (author), Das, Supriyo Kumar (author), Ghosh, D. (author), Mani, Devleena (author), Kalpana, M.S. (author), Ikehara, Minoru (author), Patel, Priyank Pravin (author)
The Bengal Basin is a fluvio-deltaic basin spanning Bangladesh and part of east and northeast India. The evolution of the peripheral foreland basin has been studied, but published literature on depositional conditions, source and maturity of organic matter in the deeper sediments of the Indian section of the basin is rare, despite the fact...
journal article 2022
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Ghosh, D. (author), Donselaar, M.E. (author)
The identification of arsenic-contamination hotspots in alluvial aquifers is a global-scale challenge. The collection and inventory of arsenic concentration datasets in the shallow-aquifer domain of affected alluvial basins is a tedious and slow process, given the magnitude of the problem. Recent research demonstrates that oxbow-lake...
journal article 2022
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Ghosh, D. (author), Whitworth, David E. (author), Schäfer, H (author), Krishnamurthi, Srinivasan (author)
contribution to periodical 2022
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Ghosh, D. (author), Whitworth, David E. (author), Schäfer, Hendrik (author), Krishnamurthi, Srinivasan (author), Saha, Pradipta (author)
contribution to periodical 2022
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Kumar, S. (author), Ghosh, D. (author), Donselaar, M.E. (author), Burgers, F. (author), Ghosh, Ashok Kumar (author)
Shallow aquifers in many Holocene alluvial basins around the world have in the last three decades been identified as arsenic pollution hotspots, in which the spatial variation of natural (or: geogenic) arsenic concentration is conditioned by the meandering-river geomorphology and the fluvial lithofacies distribution. Despite the large amount of...
journal article 2021
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Ghosh, D. (author), Kumar, S. (author), Donselaar, M.E. (author), Corroto, C. (author), Ghosh, A.K. (author)
The Ganges Delta is a key area where elemental contamination of groundwater constitutes a human catastrophe. The delta plain geomorphology comprises a large number of abandoned meander bends or oxbow lakes (Donselaar et al., 2017; Ghosh et al., 2021) characterized by an anoxic environment in the lower part of the lake water column (hypolimnion)....
abstract 2021
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Annaduzzaman, M. (author), Rietveld, L.C. (author), Ghosh, D. (author), Hoque, Bilqis A. (author), van Halem, D. (author)
Storage containers are usually used to provide a constant water head in decentralized, community groundwater treatment systems for the removal of iron (Fe) and arsenic (As). However, the commonly practiced aeration prior to storage assists in rapid and complete Fe<sup>2+</sup> oxidation, resulting in poor As removal, despite sufficient native...
journal article 2021
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Ghosh, D. (author), Baldi, S. (author)
Several classes of multi-model adaptive control schemes have been proposed in literature: instead of one single parameter-varying controller, in this adaptive methodology multiple fixed-parameter controllers for different operating regimes (i.e. different models) are utilised. Despite advances in multi-model adaptive control theory, the question...
journal article 2017
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Ghosh, D. (author), Baldi, S. (author)
Several multiple model adaptive control architectures have been proposed in the literature. Despite many advances in theory, the crucial question of how to synthesize the pairs model/controller in a structurally optimal way is to a large extent not addressed. In particular, it is not clear how to place the pairs model/controller is such a way...
journal article 2016
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Ghosh, D. (author)
Multi model adaptive control is an emerging field that has proven to be successful in mitigating limitations of classical adaptive control by providing more quicker and faster adaptation. In this method instead of one single parameter varying controller, multiple fixed parameter controllers pertaining to different operation regimes are utilized....
master thesis 2015
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