Peer-reviewed publications

Singh, A., Pant, P., Pope, F. (2019) Air Quality During and After Festivals: A Review of Aerosol Concentrations, Composition and Health Effects, Atmospheric Research, 227: 220-232, [Link]

Zimmerman, N., Rais, K., Jeong, C.-H., Pant, P., Delgado-Saborit, J.M., Wallace, J.S., Evans, G., Brook, J.R. and Godri Pollitt, K.J.  (2019) Carbonaceous aerosol sampling of gasoline direct injection engine exhaust with an integrated organic gas and particle sampler. Science of the Total Environment, 652: 1261-1269. [Link]

Guttikunda, S.K., Pant, P., Nishadh, A.K., Jawahar, P. (2019) Particulate Matter Source Contributions for Raipur-Durg-Bhilai Region of Chhattisgarh, India. Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 19: 528–540. [Link]

Pant, P., Lal, R.M., Guttikunda, S.K., Russell, A.G., Nagpure, A.S., Ramaswami, A. and Peltier, R.E. (2019)  Monitoring particulate matter in India: recent trends and future outlook. Air Quality, Atmosphere and Health, 12(1): 45-58. [Link]

Pant, P., Huynh, W. and Peltier, R.E. (2018) Exposure to air pollutants in Vietnam: Assessing potential risk for tourists. Journal of Environmental Sciences, 73: 147-154. [Link]

Pant, P., Habib, G., Marshall, J.D. and Peltier, R.E. (2017) PM2.5 pollution from household solid fuel burning practices in central India: 1. Impact on indoor air quality and associated health risks, Environmental Research, 156: 167-174. [Link]

Matawle, J.L., Pervez, S., Shrivastava, A., Tiwari, S., Pant, P., Deb, M.K., Bisht, D.S. and Pervez, Y.F. (2016) PM2.5 pollution from household solid fuel burning practices in central India: 1. Impact on indoor air quality and associated health risks, Environmental Geochemistry and Health (in press). [Link]

Pant, P., Shi, Z., Pope, F.D. and Harrison, R.M. (2017) Characterization of traffic-related particulate matter emissions in a road tunnel in UK: Trace metals and organic molecular markers, Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 17: 117-130. [Link]

Maikawa, C.L., Zimmerman, N., Rais, K., Shah, M., Hawley, B., Pant, P., Jeong, C.-H., Chow, C.-W., Delgado-Saborit, J.M., Volckens, J., Evans, G., Wallace, J.S. and Godri Pollitt, K.J. (2016) Murine precision-cut lung slices exhibit pro-inflammatory responses following exposure to Gasoline Direct Injection engine emissions, Science of the Total Environment, 568: 1102-1109. [Link]

Pant, P., Guttikunda, S. and Peltier, R.E. (2016) Exposure to particulate matter in India: A synthesis of findings and future directions, Environmental Research, 147:480-496. [Link]

Tong, H., Kourtchev, I., Pant, P., Keyte, I.J., O’Connor, I., Wenger, J., Pope, F.D., Harrison, R.M. and Kalberer, M. (2015) Molecular composition of organic aerosols at urban background and road tunnel sites using ultra-high resolution mass spectrometry, Faraday Discussions, doi: 10.1039/C5FD00206K. [Link]

Matawle, J.L., Pervez, S., Dewangan, S., Srivastava, A., Tiwari, S., Pant, P., Deb. M.K. and Pervez, Y. (2015) Characterization of PM2.5 source profiles for traffic and dust sources in Raipur, India, Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 15: 2527-2548.   [Link]

Pant, P., Baker, S.J., Goel, R., Guttikunda, S., Goel, A., Shukla, A. and Harrison, R.M. (2016) Analysis of size-segregated winter season aerosol data from New Delhi, India, Atmospheric Pollution Research, 7(1): 100-109. [Link]

Pant, P., Baker, S.J., Shukla, A., Maikawa, C., Godri Pollitt, K.J. and Harrison, R.M. (2015) The PM10 fraction of road dust in the UK and India: Characterization, source profiles and oxidative potential, Science of the Total Environment, 530-531: 445-452. [Link] [Download]

Pant, P., Shukla, A., Kohl, S.D., Chow, J.C., Watson, J.G. and Harrison, R.M. (2015) Characterization of ambient PM2.5 at a pollution hotspot in New Delhi, India and inference of sources, Atmospheric Environment, 109: 178-189. [Link] [Download]

Guttikunda, S., Goel, R. and Pant, P. (2014) Nature of air pollution, emission sources, and management in the Indian cities, Atmospheric Environment, 95: 501-510. [Link] [Download]

Pant, P., Yin, J. and Harrison, R.M. (2014) Sensitivity of a Chemical Mass Balance model to different molecular marker traffic source profiles, Atmospheric Environment, 82: 238-249. [Link]

Pant, P. and Harrison, R.M. (2013) Estimation of the contribution of road traffic emissions to particulate matter concentrations from field measurements: A Review, Atmospheric Environment, 77: 78-97. [Highly cited paper, Scopus 2016] [Link] [Download]

Pant, P. and Harrison, R.M. (2012) Critical review of receptor modelling for particulate matter: A case study of India, Atmospheric Environment, 49: 1-12. [Link] [Download]

Joshi, A.K., Pant, P., Kumar, P., Giriraj, A., and Joshi, P.K. (2010) National Forest Policy in India: Critique of targets and implementation, Small Scale Forestry, 10(1): 83-96. [Link]

Jain, S. and Pant, P. Environmental Management Systems in educational institutions: A case study of TERI University, India, International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 11(3): 236-249. [Link]

Non- Peer-Reviewed Publications

Apte, J. and Pant, P. (2019) Toward cleaner air for a billion Indians. PNAS,

Hasenkopf, C.A., Adukpo, D.A., Brauer, M., Langley Dewitt, H., Guttikunda, S., Ibrahim, A.I., Lodoisamba, D., Mutanyi, N., Olivares, G., Pant, P., Salmon, M. and Sereeter, L (2016). To combat air inequality, governments and researchers must open their data. Clean Air Journal, 26(2): 8-10. [Link]

Goel, R. and Pant, P. (2016) Vehicular pollution mitigation policies in Delhi, Economic and Political Weekly, 51: 41-45. [Link]

Book Chapters

Pant, P. Carbon, Conservation, Communities under Sustainability (C3S) Paradigm for forests. In: W. Leal Filho, ed. 2011. The Economic, Social and Political Elements of Climate Change. Berlin: Springer Verlag, pp. 543-553.


Mani, A. and Pant, P. (2012) Review of literature in India’s autorickshaw sector: A synthesis of findings. Mumbai: Embarq-India. [Link]