Bibhash Nath mainly focuses on Groundwater, Aquifer, Hydrology, Groundwater recharge and Groundwater flow. The concepts of his Groundwater study are interwoven with issues in Geochemistry, Pyrite and Monsoon. His Geochemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Geochemical modeling, Biogeochemical cycle and Meteoric water.
His studies deal with areas such as Organic matter, Water treatment, Environmental engineering, Mineralogy and Environmental chemistry as well as Aquifer. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Sediment and Environmental chemistry. He studies Hydrology, namely Water pollution.
His main research concerns Groundwater, Aquifer, Hydrology, Environmental chemistry and Environmental engineering. In general Groundwater, his work in Groundwater recharge is often linked to West bengal linking many areas of study. His Aquifer study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Water pollution, Pyrite, Overbank and Lithology.
In the subject of general Pyrite, his work in Siderite is often linked to Plume and Arsenopyrite, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His research integrates issues of Organic matter, Redox and Trace element in his study of Environmental chemistry. His Environmental engineering study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Water well and Contamination, Environmental remediation.
Bibhash Nath mostly deals with Groundwater, Hydrology, Sediment, Aquifer and Mangrove. His research in Groundwater is mostly concerned with Arsenic contamination of groundwater. The Hydrology study which covers Earth science that intersects with Environmental quality.
His Sediment research includes themes of Organic matter and Aquatic ecosystem. His study looks at the relationship between Aquifer and topics such as Holocene, which overlap with Palaeochannel, Surficial aquifer and Geochemistry. His research investigates the connection between Mangrove and topics such as Estuary that intersect with problems in Avicennia marina, Bay, Water quality, Environmental remediation and Avicennia.
His primary areas of investigation include Sediment, Mangrove, Avicennia marina, Estuary and Hydrology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Threatened species, Environmental resource management, Tropics and Wetland. His Avicennia marina research integrates issues from Organic matter, Sediment chemistry, Intertidal zone and Botany.
His Estuary research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Marine ecosystem and Ecosystem. His work in the fields of Hydrology, such as Floodplain, Groundwater, Hydrogeology and Arsenic contamination of groundwater, intersects with other areas such as Vivianite. His study of Aquifer is a part of Groundwater.
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Arsenic in the human food chain: the Latin American perspective
Jochen Bundschuh;Bibhash Nath;Prosun Bhattacharya;Chen Wuing Liu.
Science of The Total Environment (2012)
Co-occurrence of arsenic and fluoride in groundwater of semi-arid regions in Latin America: genesis, mobility and remediation.
María Teresa Alarcón-Herrera;Jochen Bundschuh;Bibhash Nath;Hugo B. Nicolli.
Journal of Hazardous Materials (2013)
Chemodynamics of an arsenic “hotspot” in a West Bengal aquifer: A field and reactive transport modeling study
Laurent Charlet;S. Chakraborty;S. Chakraborty;C.A.J. Appelo;G. Roman-Ross.
Applied Geochemistry (2007)
Assessment of arsenic exposure from groundwater and rice in Bengal Delta Region, West Bengal, India.
Debashis Chatterjee;Dipti Halder;Dipti Halder;Santanu Majumder;Ashis Biswas;Ashis Biswas.
Water Research (2010)
Arsenic-enriched aquifers: occurrences and mobilization of arsenic in groundwater of Ganges Delta Plain, Barasat, West Bengal, India
Sandeep Kar;Jyoti Prakash Maity;Jyoti Prakash Maity;Jiin Shuh Jean;Chia Chuan Liu.
Applied Geochemistry (2010)
Hydrogeochemical contrast between brown and grey sand aquifers in shallow depth of Bengal Basin: consequences for sustainable drinking water supply.
Ashis Biswas;Bibhash Nath;Prosun Bhattacharya;Dipti Halder;Dipti Halder.
Science of The Total Environment (2012)
Geochemistry of high arsenic groundwater in Chia-Nan plain, Southwestern Taiwan: Possible sources and reactive transport of arsenic
Bibhash Nath;Jiin Shuh Jean;Ming Kuo Lee;Huai Jen Yang.
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology (2008)
Palaeosol Control on Groundwater Flow and Pollutant Distribution: The Example of Arsenic
John M. McArthur;Bibhash Nath;Dhiraj M. Banerjee;R. Purohit.
Environmental Science & Technology (2011)
Mobility of arsenic in West Bengal aquifers conducting low and high groundwater arsenic. Part I: Comparative hydrochemical and hydrogeological characteristics
Bibhash Nath;Bibhash Nath;Bibhash Nath;Doris Stüben;Sukumar Basu Mallik;Debashis Chatterjee.
Applied Geochemistry (2008)
Groundwater As mobilization in the Bengal delta plain, the use of ferralite as a possible remedial measure-a case study
R. Bhattacharyya;R. Bhattacharyya;J. Jana;B. Nath;S.J. Sahu.
Applied Geochemistry (2003)
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