1) Delivered lectures on Canonical correlation analyisis: Theory and its meteorological applications to DST/NCMRWF.IITM training course on Agrometeorological data, Monitoring and Management held in IITM during 1997.
Trainings/SERC Schools conducted by IITM completed
(1) Computer programming and Numerical methods
(2) Advance Statistical Technique
(3) Research Oriented Meteorological Training.
(4) Second SERC School on Advance Geophysical Fluid Dynamics (General Circulation of the atmosphere and Ocean).
(5) Fourth SERC school on Advance Geophysical Fluid Dynamics (Climate and Its variability)
Collaborative work on the relationship between atmospheric circulation simulated by GCM ECHAM-3 model and the all India summer monsoon rainfall over India using downscaling technique with Dr. Latif in Max-Planck Institute of Meteorology, Hamburg, (Germany) during 1 September 1995 to 30 September 1995.
Publications : Refereed Journals
(1) S. D. Bansod : Lag-relationship between mid-tropospheric geopotential heights over the Northern Hemisphere and the Indian summer monsoon rainfall: Implication for forecasting. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, vol. 82, 2005,143-152
(2) S. D. Bansod : Outgoing long-wave radiation over the tropical Pacific and Atlantic Ocean and Indian summer monsoon rainfall Theoretical and applied Climatology , vol. 77, 2004, 185-193.
(3) S. D. Bansod Zhi-Yong Yin , Zhenyao Lin and Xueqin Zhang : Thermal Field over Tibetan Plateau and Indian Summer Monsoon Rainfall. International Journal of Climatology, Vol. 23, 2003, 1589-1605.
(4) K.D. Prasad and S. D. Bansod Interannual variations of the outgoing long‑wave radiation and the Indian summer monsoon rainfall. International Journal of Climatology , vol.20 , 200, 1955‑1964
(5) K.D. Prasad, S.D. Bansod and S.S. Sabade Forecasting Indian summer monsoon rainfall by outgoing long‑wave radiation International Journal of Climatology, vol.20, 2000, 105‑114.
(6) S.D. Bansod, K.D. Prasad and S.V. Singh Stratospheric zonal wind and temperature in relation to summer monsoon rainfall over India Theoretical and Applied Climatology, vol.67, 2000, no.3-4, 115-121
(7) S.D. Bansod and S.V. Singh Pre-monsoon surface pressure and summer monsoon rainfall over India Theoretical and Applied Climatology, vol.51, 1995, 59-66.
(8) S.D. Bansod, S.V. Singh and R.H. Kripalani The relationship of monsoon onset with subsequent rainfall over India International Journal of climatology 1991,vol.11 1991,809-817
(9) S,V. Singh, R.H.Kripalani, and S.D. Bansod The nature of the 40-day oscillation in Indian monsoon rainfall and its potential for extended range rainfall forecasting. Tropical ocean news letter Vol. 1 1986, pp. 20-24
Publication in Proceedings, Books, Research Reports
(1) S . D. Bansod. Indian Ocean dipole in sea surface temperature field and the sub-divisional rainfall over India, , Proceeding of second National symposium in development in geophysical science in India held at Varanasi, November 2003, 57-60
(2) S.D. Bansod Canonical correlation analyisis: Theory and its applications to meteorological fields. Lecture notes of DST/NCMRWF.IITM training course on Agrometeorological data, Monitoring and Management.1997, 309-327.
(3) S. D. Bansod, M. Latif and S.V. Singh Relationship between regional precipitation over India and Atmospheric circulation simulated by the ECHAM-3 AGCM. Proceeding of Environmental and Earth Sciences, Brno, 1996, 20-24.
(4) S. V. Singh, R.H.Kripalani, K,D,Prasad and S.D. Bansod. Variability and temporal prediction of summer monsoon over India, China and Srilanka. ICTP/WMO International conference on long range weather forecasting research report 1989, 14 WMO T.D. 195, 259-262
(5)S,V.Singh, R.H.Kripalani, K,D,Prasad and S.D. Bansod. Forecasting seasonal monsoon rainfall over India Proceeding of forth International meeting on statistical climatology Rotorua, New Zealand. 1989,186-189