S.No. Title Abstract Authors Publication Date Journal/Conference Details
1 Lichen Community Composition in Tawang District of Arunachal Pradesh, Tool for Long-Term Climate Change Monitoring The lichen diversity in Tawang district of Arunachal Pradesh, India was studied in order to access the long-term effect of climate change in alpine... more Rajesh Bajpai, Vertika Shukla, C. P. Singh, O. P. Tripathi, S. Nayaka, D. K. Upreti 14-Nov-2016 Journel Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., India (PNASI), Sect. B Biol. Sci. DOI 10.1007/s40011-016-0830-z
2 Suitability of lichens to monitor climate change The lichens are one of the most sensitive organism in nature among the different elements of biodiversity and can be affected more due to climate ch... more Rajesh Bajpai, Manoj Semwal, C. P. Singh 01-Jan-2018 Journel Cryptogam Biodiversity and Assessment, Special Volume (2018), e-ISSN :2456-0251, 182-189
3 Improving bioclimatic envelop modeling for Lichens through remote sensing based substratum correction: A study over Indian Himalaya In alpine Himalaya, the niche map of lichens and its characteristics is a gap area. A novel approach of improving the bioclimatic envelop through us... more C.P. Singh, R. Bajpai, R.P. Singh, D.K. Upreti 01-Nov-2016 Journel Cryptogam Biodiversity and Assessment, 1(2), e-ISSN :2456-0251, 01-19