Summary: Author / Co-author of 150 scientific publications (70 Peer-reviewed international journal publications + 4 short letters /comments in international journals + 57 international and 11 national conference papers + 8 Book / Book Chapter/Report Publications)

Scopus citation statistics accessed on 17.07.2023
 Author ID: 22136950500
  The average number of Citations/journal paper ≥ 42 (Since 2007)
 h index ≥ 32

Source: Google Scholar

Citation Indices All  Since 2017
Citations 4067 2745
h-index 33 29
i10-index 62 55

 Citations per year

Citation analysis of papers based on data from Google Scholar:
Papers cited 100 times or above = 8
Papers cited 50 times above =  26


Peer Reviewed Journal Articles


62. Meidan, M., Brown, S. S., Sinha, V.,  and Rudich, Y., Nocturnal Atmospheric Oxidative Processes in the Indo‐Gangetic Plain and Their Variation During the COVID‐19 Lockdowns, Geophysical Research Letters, 49, 7, GL097472, 2022pdf

61. Hakkim, H., Kumar, A., Sinha, B., and Sinha, V., Air pollution scenario analyses of fleet replacement strategies to accomplish reductions in criteria air pollutants and 74 VOCs over India, Atmospheric Environment: X, 13, 100150, 2022. pdf

60. Acharja, P., Ali, K., Ghude, S., Sinha, V., Sinha, B., Kulkarni, R., Gultepe, I., and Madhavan, N. R., Enhanced secondary aerosol formation driven by excess ammonia during fog episodes in Delhi, India, Chemosphere, 289, 133155, 2022. pdf


59. Lerot, Christophe, François Hendrick, Michel Van Roozendael, Leonardo M. A. Alvarado, Andreas Richter, Isabelle De Smedt, and Nicolas Theys, Sinha, V., Kumar, V., et al., Glyoxal Tropospheric Column Retrievals From TROPOMI – Multi-Satellite Intercomparison And Ground-Based Validation, Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 14 (12), 7775-7807, 2021. pdf

58. Khokhar MF, Anjum MS, Salam A, Sinha V, Naja M, Tanimoto H, Crawford JH, Mead MI., Countries of the Indo-Gangetic Plain must unite against air pollution, Nature, 598(7881), 415-415, 2021. pdf

57. Kumar, A., Hakkim, H.,  Ghude, S. D., and  Sinha, V., Probing wintertime air pollution sources in the Indo-Gangetic Plain through 52 hydrocarbons measured rarely at Delhi & Mohali, Science of the Total Environment, 801, 149711, 2021. pdf

56. Haseeb, H., Kumar, A., Annadate, S., Sinha, B., Sinha, V., RTEII: A new high-resolution (0.1° × 0.1°) road transport emission inventory for India of 74 speciated NMVOCs, CO, NOx, NH3, CH4, CO2, PM2.5 reveals massive overestimation of NOx and CO and missing nitromethane emissions by existing inventories, Atmospheric Environment: X, 11, 100118, 2021. pdf

55. Kumar, V. and Sinha, V., Season-wise analyses of VOCs, hydroxyl radicals and ozone formation chemistry over north-west India reveal isoprene and acetaldehyde as the most potent ozone precursors throughout the year, Chemosphere, 283, 131184, 2021. pdf

54. Kumar, A.,  Hakkim, H.,  Sinha, B. and  Sinha, V.,  Gridded 1 km × 1 km emission inventory for paddy stubble burning emissions over north-west India constrained by measured emission factors of 77 VOCs and district-wise crop yield data, Science of the Total Environment, 789, 148064, 2021. pdf

53. De Smedt, I., Pinardi, G., Vigouroux, C., Compernolle, S., Bais, A., Benavent, N., Boersma, F., Chan, K.-L., Donner, S., Eichmann, K.-U., Hedelt, P., Hendrick, F., Irie, H., Kumar, V., Lambert, J.-C., Langerock, B., Lerot, C., Liu, C., Loyola, D., Piters, A., Richter, A., Rivera Cárdenas, C. I., Romahn, F., Ryan, R. G., Sinha, V., Theys, N., Vlietinck, J., Wagner, T., Wang, T., Yu, H., and Van Roozendael, M.: Comparative assessment of TROPOMI and OMI formaldehyde observations and validation against MAX-DOAS network column measurements, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 21, 12561–12593, 2021. pdf

52. Lerot, C., Hendrick, F., Van Roozendael, M., Alvarado, L. M. A., Richter, A., De Smedt, I., Theys, N., Vlietinck, J., Yu, H., Van Gent, J., Stavrakou, T., Müller, J.-F., Valks, P., Loyola, D., Irie, H., Kumar, V., Wagner, T., Schreier, S. F., Sinha, V., Wang, T., Wang, P., and Retscher, C.: Glyoxal tropospheric column retrievals from TROPOMI, multi-satellite intercomparison and ground-based validation, Atmos. Meas. Tech., 14, 7775–7807, 2021. pdf

51. Mishra, A.K., Sinha, B., Kumar, R., Barth, M., Hakkim, H., Kumara, V., Kumar, A., Datta, S., Guenther, A. and Sinha, V., Cropland trees need to be included for accurate model simulations of land-atmosphere heat fluxes, temperature, boundary layer height, and ozone, Science of the Total Environment, 751, 141728, 2021. pdf

50. Wang, W., Qi, J., Zhou, J., Yuan, B., Peng, Y., Wang, S., Williams, J., Sinha, V., and Shao, M.: The Improved Comparative Reactivity Method (ICRM): measurements of OH reactivity at high-NOX conditions in ambient air, Atmos. Meas. Tech., 14, 2285–2298, 2021. pdf


49. Kumar, A., Sinha, V., Shabin, M., Hakkim, H., Bonsang, B., and Gros, V.: Non methane hydrocarbon (NMHC) fingerprints of major urban and agricultural emission sources active in South Asia for use in source apportionment studies, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 20, 12133–12152, 2020. pdf

48. Mishra, A.K. and Sinha, V., Emission drivers and variability of ambient isoprene, formaldehyde and acetaldehyde in north-west India during monsoon season, Environmental Pollution, 267, 115538, 2020. pdf

47. Khaiwal, R., Singh, T., Sinha, V., Sinha, B., Paul, S., Attri, S. D. and Mor, S., Appraisal of regional haze event and its relationship with PM2.5 concentration, crop residue burning and meteorology in Chandigarh, India, Chemosphere, 2020. pdf

46. Kumar, V., Beirle, S., Dörner, S., Mishra, A. K., Donner, S., Wang, Y., Sinha, V., and Wagner, T.: Long term MAX-DOAS measurements of NO2, HCHO and aerosols and evaluation of corresponding satellite data products over Mohali in the Indo-Gangetic plain, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 20, 14183–14235, 2020. pdf

45. Kulkarni, S.H., Ghude, S.D., Jena, C., Karumuri, R.K., Sinha, B., Sinha, V., Kumar, R., Soni, V.K., Khare, M., How Much Does Large-Scale Crop Residue Burning Affect the Air Quality in Delhi?, Environmental science & technology, 54, 4790-4799, 2020. pdf

44. Kreher, K., Roozendael, M. V., Hendrick, F., Apituley, A., Dimitropoulou, E.,  Frieß, U.,   Richter, A., Wagner, T., Abuhassan, N., Ang, L., Anguas, M., Bais, A., Benavent, N., Bösch, T., Bognar, K., Borovski, A., Bruchkouski, I., Cede, A., Chan, K. L., Donner, S., Drosoglou, T., Fayt, C., Finkenzeller, H., Garcia-Nieto, D., Gielen, C., Gómez-Martín, L., Hao, N., Herman, J. R., Hermans, C., Hoque, S., Irie, H., Jin, J., Johnston, P., Butt, J. K., Khokhar, F., Koenig, T. K., Kuhn, J., Kumar, V., Lampel, J., Liu, C., Ma, J., Merlaud, A., Mishra, A. K.,  Müller, M.,  Navarro-Comas, M., Ostendorf, M.,Pazmino, A., Peters, E., Pinardi, G., Pinharanda, M., Piters, A., Platt, U., Postylyakov, O., Prados-Roman, C., Puentedura, O., Querel, R., Saiz-Lopez, A., Schönhardt, A., Schreier, S. F., Seyler, A., Sinha, V., Spinei, E., Strong, K., Tack,  Tian, X., Tiefengraber, M., Tirpitz, J., Gent J. V., Volkameri, R., Vrekoussis, M., Wang, S., Wang, Z., Wenig, M., Wittrock, F., Xie, P. H., Xu, J., Yela, M., Zhang, C. and Zhao, X., Intercomparison of NO2, O4, O3 and HCHO slant column measurements by MAX-DOAS and zenith-sky UV-Visible spectrometers during the CINDI-2 campaign, Atmos. Meas. Tech. 13, 2169–2208, 2020. pdf

43. Vettikkat, L., Sinha, V., Datta, S., Kumar, A., Hakkim, H., Yadav, P., and Sinha, B., Significant emissions of dimethyl sulfide and monoterpenes by big-leaf mahogany trees: discovery of a missing dimethyl sulfide source to the atmospheric environment, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 20, 375–389, 2020. pdf


42. David, L. M., Ravishankara, A. R., Brewer, J.F., Sauvage, B., Thouret, T., Venkataramani, S. and Sinha, V., Tropospheric ozone over the Indian subcontinent from 2000 to 2015: Data set and simulation using GEOS-Chem chemical transport model, Atmospheric Environment, 219, 2019. pdf

41. Hakkim, H., Sinha, V., Chandra, B. P., Kumar, A., Mishra, A. K., Sinha, B., Sharma, G., Pawara, H., Sohpaul, B., Ghude, S. D.,  Pithani, P., Kulkarni, R., Jenamani, R. K., Rajeevan, M., Volatile organic compound measurements point to fog-induced biomass burning feedback to air quality in the megacity of Delhi, Science of the Total Environment, 689, 295-305, 2019.  pdf

40. Pallavi, Sinha, B. and Sinha, V., Source apportionment of volatile organic compounds in the north-west Indo-Gangetic Plain using positive matrix factorisation model, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 19, 15467–15482, 2019. pdf

39. Sharma, G., Sinha, B., PallaviHakkim, H., Chandra, B. P., Kumar, A. and Sinha, V., Gridded emissions of CO, NOx, SO2, CO2, NH3, HCl, CH4, PM2.5, PM10, BC and NMVOC from open municipal waste burning in India, Environ. Sci. Technol., 53, 9, 4765-4774, 2019. pdf


38. Mills, G., Pleijel, H., Malley, C. S., Sinha, B., Cooper, O. R., Schultz, M. G., Neufeld, H. S., Simpson, D., Sharps, K., Feng, Z., Gerosa, G., Harmens, H., Kobayashi, K., Saxena, P., Paoletti, E., Sinha, V. and Xu, X., Tropospheric Ozone Assessment Report: Present-day tropospheric ozone distribution and trends relevant to vegetation, Elem Sci Anth., 6, 47, 2018. pdf

37. Chandra, B. P., Sinha, V., Hakkim, H., Kumar, A., Pawar, H., Mishra, A. K., Sharma, G., Pallavi, Garg, S., Ghude, S. D., Chate, D. M, Pithani, P., Kulkarni, R., Jenamani, R. K., and Rajeevan, M., Odd-even traffic rule implementation during winter 2016 in Delhi did not reduce traffic emissions of VOCs, carbon dioxide, methane and carbon monoxide, Current Science, 114, 6, 1318-1325, 2018. pdf

36. Kumar, V., Chandra, B. P., Sinha, V., Large unexplained suite of chemically reactive compounds present in ambient air due to biomass fires, Scientific Reports, 8, 626, 2018. pdf


35. Schultz, M. G., Schröder, S., Lyapina, O., Cooper, O. R., Galbally, I., Petropavlovskikh, I.,  Schneidemesser5, E. R., Tanimoto, H., Elshorbany, Y.,  Naja9, M., Seguel, R. J., Dauert, U., Eckhardt, P., Feigenspan, S., Fiebig, M., Hjellbrekke, A. G., Hong, Y. D., Kjeld, P. C., Koide, H., Lear, G., Tarasick, D., Ueno, M., Wallasch, M.,  Baumgardner, D., Chuang, M. D., Gillett, R., Lee, M., Molloy, S., Moolla, R., Wang, T., Sharps, K., Adame, J. A., Ancellet, G., Apadula, F., Artaxo, P., Barlasina, M. E., Bogucka30, M., Bonasoni, P., Chang, L., Colomb, A., Cuevas-Agulló, A., Cupeiro, M., Degorska, A., Ding, A., Fröhlich, M., Frolov, M., Gadhavi, H., Gheusi, F., Gilge, S., Gonzalez, M. Y., Gros, V., Hamad, S. H., Helmig, D., Henriques, D., Hermansen, O., Holla, R., Hueber, J., Im, U., Jaffe, D. A., Komala, N., Kubistin, D., Lam, KS, Laurila, T., Lee, H., Levy, I., Mazzoleni, C., Mazzoleni, L., R., McClure-Begley, A., Mohamad, M., Murovec, M.,   Navarro-Comas, M., Nicodim, F., Parrish, D., Read, K. A., Reid, N., Ries, L., Saxena, P., Schwab, J. J., Scorgie, V., Senik, I., Simmonds, P., Sinha, V., Skorokhod, A. I., Spain, G., Spangl, W., Spoor, R., Springston, S. R., Steer, K., Steinbacher, M., Suharguniyawan, E., Torre, P., Trickl, T., Weili, L., Weller, R., Xiaobin, X., Xue, L.  and Zhiqiang, M., Tropospheric Ozone Assessment Report: Database and Metrics Data of Global Surface Ozone Observations, Elem Sci Anth., 5, 58, 2017. pdf

34. Chandra, B. P., Sinha, V., Hakkim, H. and Sinha, B., Storage stability studies and field application of low cost glass flasks for analyses of thirteen ambient VOCs using proton transfer reaction mass spectrometry, International Journal of Mass Spectrometry, 419, 11-19, 2017. pdf 

33. Novelli, A., Hens, K., Ernest, C. T., Martinez, M., Nölscher, A. C., Sinha, V., Paasonen, P., Petäjä, T., Sipilä, M., Elste, T., Plass-Dülmer, C., Phillips, G. J., Kubistin, D., Williams, J., Jos Lelieveld, V. and Harder, H, Estimating the atmospheric concentration of Criegee intermediates and their possible interference in a FAGE-LIF instrument, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 17, 7807-7826, 2017. pdf

32. Sarkar, C., Sinha, V., Sinha, B., Panday, A. K., Rupakheti, M. and Lawrence, M. G., Source apportionment of NMVOCs in the Kathmandu Valley during the SusKat-ABC international field campaign using positive matrix factorization, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 17, 8129-8156, 2017. pdf

31. Ghude, S. D., Bhat, G. S., Prabhakaran, T., Jenamani, R. K., Chate, D. M., Safai, P. D., Karipot, A. K., Konwar M., Pithani, P., Sinha, V., Rao, P. S. P., Dixit, S. A., Tiwari, S., Todekar, K., Varpe, S., Srivastava, A. K., Bisht, D. S., Murugavel, P., Ali, K., Mina, U., Dharua, M., Jaya Rao, Y., Padmakumari, B., Hazra, A., Nigam, N., Shende, U., Lal, D. M., Chandra, B. P., Mishra, A. K., Kumar, A., Hakkim, H., Pawar, H., Acharja, P., Kulkarni, R., Subharthi, C., Balaji, B., Varghese, M., Bera, S. and Rajeevan, M., Winter fog experiment over the Indo-Gangetic plains of India, Current Science, 112, 4, 2017. pdf


30. Kumar, V., Sarkar, C., and Sinha, V., Influence of post harvest crop residue fires on surface ozone mixing ratios in the N.W. IGP analyzed using two years of continuous in-situ trace gas measurements, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 121, 7, 2016. pdf

29. Sarkar, C., Sinha, V., Kumar, V., Rupakheti, M., Panday, A., Mahata, K. S., Rupakheti, D., Kathayat, B., and Lawrence, M. G., Overview of VOC emissions and chemistry from PTR-TOF-MS measurements during the SusKat-ABC campaign: high acetaldehyde, isoprene and isocyanic acid in wintertime air of the Kathmandu Valley, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 16, 3979-4003, 2016. pdf

28.Chandra, B. P. and Sinha, V., Contribution of post-harvest agricultural paddy residue fires in the N.W. Indo-Gangetic Plain to ambient carcinogenic benzenoids, toxic isocyanic acid and carbon monoxide, Environment International 88, 187-197 2016. pdf

27. Garg, S., Chandra, B., P.,  Sinha, V.,  Sarda-Esteve, R., Gros, V., and Sinha, B.,  Limitation of the Use of the Absorption Angstrom Exponent for Source Apportionment of Equivalent Black Carbon: a Case Study from the North West Indo-Gangetic Plain, Environmental Science & Technology, 50(2), 814–824, 2016. pdf


26. Hansen, R. F., Blocquet, M., Schoemaecker, C., Léonardis, T., Locoge, N., Fittschen, C., Hanoune, B., Stevens, P. S., Sinha, V., and Dusanter, S.: Intercomparison of the comparative reactivity method (CRM) and pump-probe technique for measuring total OH reactivity in an urban environment, Atmos. Meas. Tech., 8, 4243-4264, 2015. pdf

25. Misztal, P. K., Hewitt, C. N., Wildt, J., Blande, J. D., Eller, A. S. D., Fares, S., Gentner, D. R., Gilman, J. B., Graus, M., Greenberg, J., Guenther, A. B., Hansel, A., Harley, P., Huang, M., Jardine, K., Karl, T., Kaser, L., Keutsch, F. N., Kiendler-Scharr, A., Kleist, E., Lerner, B. M., Li, T., Mak, J., Nölscher, A. C., Schnitzhofer, R., Sinha, V., Thornton, B., Warneke, C., Wegener, F., Werner, C., Williams, J., Worton, D. R., Yassaa, N., and Goldstein, A. H.: Atmospheric benzenoid emissions from plants rival those from fossil fuels, Sci. Rep., 5, 2015. pdf

24. Zannoni, N., Dusanter, S., Gros, V., Sarda Esteve, R., Michoud, V., Sinha, V., Locoge, N., and Bonsang, B., Intercomparison of two Comparative Reactivity Method instruments in the Mediterranean basin during summer 2013, Atmos. Meas. Tech., 8, 3851-3865, 2015. pdf

23. Sinha, B., Sangwan, K. S., Maurya, Y., Kumar, V., Sarkar, C., Chandra, B. P. and Sinha, V., Assessment of crop yield losses in Punjab and Haryana using two years of continuous in-situ ozone measurements, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 15, 9555-9576, 2015. pdf 


22. Kumar, V., Sinha, V., VOC-OHM: A new technique for rapid measurements of ambient total OH reactivity and volatile organic compounds using a single proton transfer reaction mass spectrometer, Int. J. of Mass Spectrom., 374, 55-63, 2014. pdf (audioslides)features among the most downloaded papers

21. Sinha, V., Kumar, V., and Sarkar, C.: Chemical composition of pre-monsoon air in the Indo–Gangetic Plain measured using a new PTR-MS and air quality facility: high surface ozone and strong influence of biomass burning, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 14, 5921-5941, 2014. pdf

20. Hens, K., Novelli, A., Martinez, M., Auld, J., Axinte, R., Bohn, B., Fischer, H., Keronen, P., Kubistin, D., Nölscher, A., C., Oswald, R., Paasonen, P., Petäjä, T., Regelin, E., Sander, R., Sinha, V., Sipilä, M., Taraborrelli, D., Tatum Ernest, C., Williams, J., Lelieveld, J., and Harder, H.: Observation and modelling of HOx radicals in a boreal forest, Atoms. Chem. Phys., 14, 8723-8747, 2014. pdf

19. Adame, J. A., Martinez, M., Sorribas, M., Hidalgo, P., J., Harder, H., Diesch, J., M., Drewnick, F., Song, W., Williams, J., Sinha, V., Hernandez-Ceballos, M. A.,Vila-Guerau de Arellano, J., Sander, R., Hosaynali-Beygi, Z., Fischer, H., Lelieveld, J., and De la Morena, B.: Meteorology during the DOMINO campaign and its connection with trace gases and aerosols, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 14, 2325-2342, 2014. pdf 


18. Sarkar, C., Kumar, V., Sinha, V: Massive emissions of carcinogenic benzenoids from paddy residue burning in North India, Current Science, Volume 104 (12) , pp. 1703-1709, 2013. pdf 

17. Andrés-Hernández, M., D., Kartal, D., Crowley, J., N., Sinha, V., Regelin, E., Martínez-Harder, M., Nenakhov, V., Williams, J., Harder, H., Bozem, H., Song, W., Thieser, J., Tang, M., J., Hosaynali Beigi, Z., and Burrows, J., P.: Diel peroxy radicals in a semi-industrial coastal area: nighttime formation of free radicals, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 13, 5731-5749, 2013. pdf


16. Sinha, V., Williams, J., Diesch, J., M., Drewnick, F., Martinez, M., Harder, H., Regelin, E., Kubistin, D., Bozem, H., Hosaynali-Beygi, Z., Fischer, H., Andrés-Hernández, M. D., Kartal, D., Adame, J., A., and Lelieveld, J., Constraints on instantaneous ozone production rates and regimes during DOMINO derived using in-situ OH reactivity measurements, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 12, 7269-7283, 2012. pdf

15. Nölscher, A. C., Sinha, V., Bockisch, S., Klüpfel, T., and Williams, J.: Total OH reactivity measurements using a new fast Gas Chromatographic Photo-Ionization Detector (GC-PID), Atmos. Meas. Tech., 5, 2981-2992, doi:10.5194/amt-5-2981-2012, 2012. pdf

14. Nölscher, A., C., Williams, J., Sinha, V., Custer, T., Song, W., Johnson, A., M., Axinte, R., Bozem, H., Fischer, H., Pouvesle, N., Phillips, G., Crowley, J., N., Rantala, P., Rinne, J., Kulmala, M., Gonzales, D., Valverde-Canossa, J., Vogel, A., Hoffmann, T., Ouwersloot, H., G., Vilà-Guerau de Arellano, J., and Lelieveld, J., Summertime total OH reactivity measurements from boreal forest during HUMPPA-COPEC 2010, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 12, 8257-8270, 2012. pdf

13. Dolgorouky, C., Gros, V., Sarda-Esteve, R., Sinha, V., Williams, J., Marchand, N., Sauvage, S., Poulain, L., Sciare, J., and Bonsang, B., Total OH reactivity measurements in Paris during the 2010 MEGAPOLI winter campaign, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 12, 9593-9612, 2012. pdf

12. van Stratum, B. J. H., Vilà-Guerau de Arellano, J., Ouwersloot, H. G., van den Dries, K., van Laar, T. W., Martinez, M., Lelieveld, J., Diesch, J., M., Drewnick, F., Fischer, H., Hosaynali Beygi, Z., Harder, H., Regelin, E., Sinha, V., Adame, J. A., Sörgel, M., Sander, R., Bozem, H., Song, W., Williams, J., and Yassaa, N., Case study of the diurnal variability of chemically active species with respect to boundary layer dynamics during DOMINO, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 12, 5329-5341, doi:10.5194/acp-12-5329-2012, 2012. pdf 


11. Mogensen, D., Smolander, S., Sogachev, A., Zhou, L., Sinha, V., Guenther, A., Williams, J., Nieminen, T., Kajos, M. K., Rinne, J., Kulmala, M., and Boy, M.: Modelling atmospheric OH-reactivity in a boreal forest ecosystem, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 11, 9709-9719, 2011. pdf

10. Williams, J., Crowley, J., Fischer, H., Harder, H., Martinez, M., Petäjä, T., Rinne, J., Bäck, J., Boy, M., Dal Maso, M., Hakala, J., Kajos, M., Keronen, P., Rantala, P., Aalto, J., Aaltonen, H., Paatero, J., Vesala, T., Hakola, H., Levula, J., Pohja, T., Herrmann, F., Auld, J., Mesarchaki, E., Song, W., Yassaa, N., Nölscher, A., Johnson, A. M., Custer, T., Sinha, V., Thieser, J., Pouvesle, N., Taraborrelli, D., Tang, M. J., Bozem, H., Hosaynali-Beygi, Z., Axinte, R., Oswald, R., Novelli, A., Kubistin, D., Hens, K., Javed, U., Trawny, K., Breitenberger, C., Hidalgo, P. J., Ebben, C. J., Geiger, F. M., Corrigan, A. L., Russell, L. M., Ouwersloot, H. G., Vilà-Guerau de Arellano, J., Ganzeveld, L., Vogel, A., Beck, M., Bayerle, A., Kampf, C. J., Bertelmann, M., Köllner, F., Hoffmann, T., Valverde, J., González, D., Riekkola, M., L., Kulmala, M., and Lelieveld, J.: The summertime Boreal forest field measurement intensive (HUMPPA-COPEC-2010): an overview of meteorological and chemical influences, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 11, 10599-10618, doi:10.5194/acp-11-10599-2011, 2011. pdf


9. Sinha, V., Williams, J., Lelieveld, J., Ruuskanen, T., Kajos, M., Patokoski, J., Hellen, H., Hakola, H, Morgensen, D., Boy, M., Rinne, J., Kulmala, M., OH reactivity measurements within a boreal forest: Evidence for unknown reactive emissions, Environmental Science and Technology, doi: 10.1021/es101780b, 2010.

8. Millet, D.B., Guenther, A., Siegel, A., Nelson, B., Singh, H.B., de Gouw, J., Warneke, C., Williams, J., Eerdekens, G., Sinha, V., Karl, T., Flocke, F., Apel, E., Riemer, D., Palmer, P., Barkley,M., Global atmospheric budget of acetaldehyde: 3D model analysis and constraints from in-situ and satellite observations, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 10, 3405-3425, 2010. 


7. Sinha, V., T. G. Custer, T. Kluepfel, and J. Williams: The effect of relative humidity on the detection of pyrrole by PTR-MS for OH reactivity measurements. Int. J. Mass Spectrom., 282, 108, 2009.

6. Eerdekens, G., Yassaa, N., Sinha,V., Aalto, P., Aufmhofff, H., Arnold, F., Fiedler, Kulmala, M., Williams, J., VOC measurements within a boreal forest during spring 2005: on the occurrence of elevated monoterpene concentrations during night time intense particle concentration events, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 9, 8331–8350, 2009. pdf

5. Eerdekens, G., Ganzeveld, L. , de Arellano, J., Klüpfel,T., Sinha, V., Yassaa, N., Williams, J., Harder, H., Kubistin, D., Martinez M., Lelieveld J.:  Flux estimates of isoprene, methanol and acetone from airborne PTR-MS measurements over the tropical rainforest during the GABRIEL 2005 campaign. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 9, 4207–4227, 2009. pdf


4. Sinha, V., Williams, J., Crowley, J., Lelieveld J., The Comparative Reactivity Method – A new tool to measure the total OH Reactivity of ambient air: Atmos. Chem. Phys., 8, 2213-2227, 2008pdf

3. Ganzeveld, L., Eerdekens, G., Feig, G.,  Fischer, H., Harder, H., Königstedt, R., Kubistin, D., Martinez, M., Meixner, F., Scheeren, H., Sinha, V., Taraborrelli, D., Williams, J., de Arellano, J., Lelieveld, J., Surface and Boundary Layer Exchanges of Volatile Organic Compounds, Nitrogen Oxides and Ozone during the GABRIEL Campaign. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 8, 6223-6243, 2008. pdf


2. Sinha, V., Williams, J., Meyerhofer, M., Riebesell, U., Paulino, A. I., and Larsen, A., Air-sea fluxes of methanol, acetone, acetaldehyde, isoprene and DMS from a Norwegian fjord following a phytoplankton bloom in a mesocosm experiment: Atmos. Chem. Phys., 7, 739-755, 2007. pdf 

1. Sinha, V., Williams, J., Crutzen P.J., Lelieveld J., Methane emissions from boreal and tropical forest ecosystems derived from in-situ measurements: Atmos. Chem. Phys. Discuss., 7, 14001-14039, 2007. pdf

Book Chapters

Sinha, V., Hakkim, H. and Kumar, V., Advances in Identification and Quantification of Non-methane Volatile Organic Compounds Emitted from Biomass Fires through Laboratory Fire Experiments, Advances in Atmospheric Chemistry, Volume 2: Organic Oxidation and Multiphase Chemistry, chapter 3, January 2019. DOI: 10.1142/9789813271838_0003

Short Comments and Letters

Sinha, V., Interactive comment on "Volatile organic compounds over Eastern Himalaya, India: temporal variation and source characterization using Positive Matrix Factorization" by C. Sarkar et al., Atmos. Chem. Phys. Discuss., 14, C12107–C12108, 2015. pdf

Sinha, V., Interactive comment on “Tropospheric ozone and its precursors from the urban to the global scale from air quality to short-lived climate forcer” by P. S. Monks et al., Atmos. Chem. Phys. Discuss., 14, C12109–C12110, 2015. pdf

Sinha, V.Interactive comment on “Atmospheric OH reactivities in the Pearl River Delta – China in summer 2006: measurement and model results” by S. Lou et al., Atmos. Chem. Phys. Discuss., 9, C4980–C4983, 2009. pdf

Sinha, V., Byravan, S., Mashelkar, R. A., Issues in Indian Science, Science, vol. 309, 557-558, 2005. pdf 

Publications with undergraduate co-authors (bold)

Hakkim, H., Sinha, V., Chandra, B. P., Kumar, A., Mishra, A. K., Sinha, B., Sharma, G., Pawara, H., Sohpaul, B., Ghude, S. D.,  Pithani, P., Kulkarni, R., Jenamani, R. K., Rajeevan, M., Volatile organic compound measurements point to fog-induced biomass burning feedback to air quality in the megacity of Delhi, Science of The Total Environment, 689, 295-305, 2019.  pdf

Vettikkat, L., Sinha, V., Datta, S., Kumar, A., Hakkim, H., Yadav, P., and Sinha, B., Significant emissions of dimethyl sulfide and monoterpenes by big-leaf mahogany trees: discovery of a missing dimethyl sulfide source to the atmospheric environment, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 20, 375–389, 2020. pdf

Sinha, B., Sangwan, K. S., Maurya, Y., Kumar, V., Sarkar, C., Praphulla Chandra and Sinha, V., Assessment of crop yield losses in Punjab and Haryana using two years of continuous in-situ ozone measurements, Atmos. Chem. Phys. Discuss., 15, 2355-2404, 2015. pdf

Sarkar C., Kumar, V., Sinha, V: Massive Emissions of Carcinogenic Benzenoids from Paddy residue burning in North India, Current Science, Volume 104 (12) , pp. 1703-1709, 2013. pdf