His main research concerns Environmental engineering, Greenhouse gas, Waste management, Municipal solid waste and Bioenergy. The Environmental engineering study which covers Stove that intersects with Energy consumption, Parboiling and Seasonality. The study of Greenhouse gas is intertwined with the study of Per capita in a number of ways.
His work focuses on many connections between Per capita and other disciplines, such as GHG footprint, that overlap with his field of interest in Fossil fuel. His research in Bioenergy intersects with topics in Energy supply and Water resource management. His work in Waste collection covers topics such as Environmental planning which are related to areas like Urban sprawl.
T. V. Ramachandra mostly deals with Land use, Ecology, Environmental engineering, Environmental planning and Environmental resource management. His work deals with themes such as Spatial ecology, Urbanization and Natural resource, which intersect with Land use. His Natural resource research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Deforestation and Sustainable management.
The Environmental engineering study combines topics in areas such as Agriculture and Greenhouse gas. His Greenhouse gas research focuses on Environmental protection and how it relates to Global warming. The various areas that T. V. Ramachandra examines in his Urban sprawl study include Cartography and Urban ecosystem.
His primary scientific interests are in Land use, Greenhouse gas, Ecology, Environmental planning and Urbanization. He works mostly in the field of Land use, limiting it down to topics relating to Agroforestry and, in certain cases, Deforestation. His studies in Greenhouse gas integrate themes in fields like Global warming, Environmental engineering, Per capita and Agricultural economics.
His work deals with themes such as Biodegradable waste, Waste management, Municipal solid waste and Compost, which intersect with Per capita. His Environmental planning research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Urban density, Urban planning, Sustainable development and Urban area. His research investigates the connection between Urbanization and topics such as Urban sprawl that intersect with problems in Cartography.
T. V. Ramachandra mainly focuses on Greenhouse gas, Urbanization, Urban sprawl, Land use and Agricultural economics. The concepts of his Greenhouse gas study are interwoven with issues in Resource, Global warming, Methane, Cleaner production and Per capita. His Per capita study incorporates themes from Biodegradable waste, Waste management, Municipal solid waste, Compost and Mobile incinerator.
His work in Urbanization addresses subjects such as Environmental planning, which are connected to disciplines such as Urban density and Urban area. As a part of the same scientific study, T. V. Ramachandra usually deals with the Urban sprawl, concentrating on Cartography and frequently concerns with Visualization, Spatial ecology, Urban ecosystem and Urban climate. His research investigates the link between Agricultural economics and topics such as Energy planning that cross with problems in Biomass.
BIOSORPTION OF HEAVY METALS
N Ahalya;T V Ramachandra;R D Kanamadi.
Urban sprawl: metrics, dynamics and modelling using GIS
H.S. Sudhira;T.V. Ramachandra;K.S. Jagadish.
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation (2004)
Biosorption of chromium (VI) from aqueous solutions by the husk of Bengal gram (Cicer arientinum)
N Ahalya;R.D Kanamadi;T.V Ramachandra.
Electronic Journal of Biotechnology (2005)
Physico-chemical and biological characterization of urban municipal landfill leachate
B.P. Naveen;Durga Madhab Mahapatra;T.G. Sitharam;P.V. Sivapullaiah.
Environmental Pollution (2017)
Insights to urban dynamics through landscape spatial pattern analysis
Ramachandra Tv;Bharath H. Aithal;Durgappa D. Sanna.
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation (2012)
Spatial mapping of renewable energy potential
TV Ramachandra;BV Shruthi.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2007)
Hotspots of solar potential in India
T.V. Ramachandra;Rishabh Jain;Gautham Krishnadas.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2011)
Milking Diatoms for Sustainable Energy: Biochemical Engineering versus Gasoline-Secreting Diatom Solar Panels
Tv Ramachandra;Durga Madhab Mahapatra;Balasubramanian Karthick;Richard Gordon.
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (2009)
Municipal solid waste: Generation, composition and GHG emissions in Bangalore, India
T.V. Ramachandra;T.V. Ramachandra;H.A. Bharath;Gouri Kulkarni;Sun Sheng Han.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2018)
Wind energy potential mapping in Karnataka, India, using GIS
T.V. Ramachandra;B.V. Shruthi.
Energy Conversion and Management (2005)
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