Shodh ganga, a resource.

Posted: January 3, 2013 by tchannon in Uncategorized

The Shodhganga INFLIBNET Centre provides a platform for research students to deposit their Ph.D. theses and make it available to the entire scholarly community in open access.

Note from Tim: the content is marked copyright, please respect this and I doubt hammering the server would be welcome.

The data format seems to be PDF as separate chapters.

Living on the Indian subcontinent brings great awareness of the Monsoon leading to many papers on all associated subjects.

A remote search via Google can be done using the site command eg. monsoon lunar

That particular combination produces a chapter mentioning a number of current discussion topics on the Talkshop.

Some thesis involve broad sweeps, putting together an understanding where this can be food for thought.

Studies on the Characteristics of Tropical Tropopause

Figure1.5: (a) Zonal wind perturbation (b) Temperature perturbation and (c) perturbation average for altitude 16-18 km observed over Singapore during March-May 2002.

  1. Joe's World {Progressive Evolution} says:

    Thank you very much Tim!

    I enjoy looking at new ideas and perspectives.

    Currently find it very difficult to find a good book that have different creative ideologies that some very good past writers have had.

  2. Brian H says:

    Other search terms can be used, of course.

  3. tchannon says:

    Absolutely Brian. Sometimes I wonder whether a series of articles would be worthwhile on search engines and methods, a world of churn and change.
    A lot of has changed over the past 10 years, good and bad.

    A blog unfortunately tends to a linear string where really we need something more of a cluster for what we are doing here.

    Or back in a circle, a search, where search is placing a specific context on what you want.