1.Chandrasekharam, D. Ramesh, R. and Balasubramanian, J. 1989. Geochemistry, oxygen and hydrogen isotope ratios of thermal springs of western continental margin of India - field and experimental results. 6th Water-Rock Interaction (Ed) D.L.Miles, A.A.Balkema. Pub. Co., The Netherlands, pp 149-154.
2.Chandrasekharam, D. 1989. Geochemistry, oxygen and hydrogen isotope ratios of thermal springs of western continental margin of India. 28th IGC, Washington. D.C. (Abs).
3.Chandrasekharam, D., Ramanathan, A. and Selvakumar, R.L. 1992. Thermal springs in the Precambrian crystallines of western continental margin of India - field and experimental results. 6th Water - Rock Interaction (Eds) Y.Kharaka and A.Maest, A.A. Balkema, Pub.Co., The Netherlands, pp 1271-1274.
4.Chandrasekharam, D. 1995. A prehistoric view of the thermal springs of India.. Proceed. World Geothermal Congress (Eds) E.Barbier, G.Frey, E.Iglesias and G.Palmason. . Inter. Geothermal Assoc., 1, pp 385-388.
5.Chandrasekharam, D. 1995. Industrial applications of geothermal energy. Industrial Products Finder, 23, pp 223-225.
6.Chandrasekharam, D. and Antu, M.C. 1995. Geochemistry of Tattapani thermal springs, Madhya Pradesh, India: Field and experimental investigations. Geothermics, 24, pp 553-559 .
7.Chandrasekharam, D. 1995. Steam emanations due to seismic pumping, Killari, Maharashtra. Geol. Survey. India Sp. Pub. 27, pp 229-233.
8.Chandrasekharam, D. and Jayaprakash, S.J. 1996. Geothermal Energy assessment : Bugga and Manuguru thermal springs, Godavari valley, Andhra Pradesh. Geoth, Res. Bulletin, 25, pp 19-21
9.Chandrasekharam, D., Rao, V. G. and Jayaprakash, S. J. 1996. Geothermal Energy potential and direct use of Geothermal springs, Godavari valley, Andhra Pradesh, Geol. Sur. India, Sp. Pub., 45, pp 155-161.
10.Ramanathan, A. and Chandrasekharam, D. 1997. Geochemistry of Rajapur and Puttur thermal springs, west coast of India J. Geo. Soc. India , 49, pp 559-565.
11.Chandrasekharam, D. 1998. Potential geothermal-HDR sites and prospects of geothermal energy in India. Inter. Geother. Ass. Newsletter , 30, 8-9.
12.Chandrasekharam, D. and Prasad, S.R. 1998. Geothermal system in Tapi rift basin, Northern Deccan Province, India. 9th Water - Rock Interaction (Eds) G.B.Arehart and J.R. Hulston, A.A. Balkema, Pub.Co., The Netherlands, pp 667-670.
13.Fara, M., Chandrasekharam, D. and Minissale, A. 1999. Hydrogeochemistry of Damt thermal springs, Yemen Republic. Geothermics, 28, 241-252.
14.Chandrasekharam, D. 1999. A Prehistoric view of the Thermal Springs of India in "Stories from a Heated Earth" (Eds). R.Cataldi, S.F.Hodgson and J.Lund. Geothermal Resources Council Pub., California, 357-366.
15.Minissale, A., Vaselli, O., Chandrasekharam, D., Magro, G., Tassi, F. and Casiglia, A. 2000. Origin and evolution of " intracratonic" thermal fluids from central-western Peninsular India. Earth. Planet. Sci. Lett., 181, 377-394.
16.Chandrasekharam, D. 2000. Geothermal energy resources of India- Country update. Proceedings, World Geothermal Congress 2000, (Eds) E. Iglesias, D. Blackwell, T.Hunt, J.Lund, S.Tamanyu and K. Kimbara. pp- 133-145.
17.Chandrasekharam, D. 2000. Geothermal energy resources of India- Opportunities for IPPs. Proceed. Geothermal Power Asia 2000 Conference, Manila, Philippines. February, 2000. 10p
18.Chandrasekharam, D. 2000. Opportunities for small scale geothermal power projects in India. Indust. Prod. Finder, 29, 203-205.
19.Chandrasekharam, D. 2001. HDR prospects of Himalaya Geothermal Province. International Geothermal days, Germany, Proceedins (Ed). Kril Popovski and Burkhard Sanner, 315-320.
20.Chandrasekharam, D. 2001. Helium extraction from thermal gases-Indian geothermal provinces. Inter. Geother. Asso. News Letter, June 2001.
21.Chandrasekharam, D. 2001. Use of Geothermal energy for food processing- Indian Status. Geo-Heat Centre Quart. Bull., 22 (4), 8-11.
22.Chandrasekharam, D. 2002. Private Power Projects: Journey through Darkness. Analyst, (Financial Magazine), VIII, 62-65.
23.Minissale, A.,Chandrasekharam, D., Vaselli, O., Magro, G., Tassi, F., Passini, G.L. and Bhrambat, A. 2003. Geochemistry, geothermics and relationship to active tectonics of Gujarat and Rajasthan thermal dischsrges, India. J. Vol.Geoher.Res., 127, 19-32.
24.Chandrasekharam, D. and Ayaz, M.A. 2003. Direct utilization of geothermal energy resources- NW Himalayas, India. GRC Trans., 27, 81-83.
25.Chandrasekharam, D. Alam, M.A. and Minissale, A.2003. Geothermal resources potential of Himachal Pradesh. In Multiple integrated use of geothermal resources (Eds). I.B. Fridleifsson and E.T. Eliasson, International Geothermal Conference, Reykjavik, Iceland, Sept. 2003, 15-19
26. Alam, M.A., Chandrasekharam, D. and Minissale, A. 2004. Geothermal potential of thermal waters of Manikaran, Himachal Pradesh, India. Water Rock Interaction 11 (Ed) R.B.Wanty and R.R.seal. A.A. Balkema, New York, 327-332.
27.Chandrasekharam, D., Alam, M A. and Minissale, A. 2005. Thermal Discharges at Manikaran, Himachal Pradesh, India. Proceedings World Geothermal Congress Antalya, Turkey, 24-29 April 2005
28.Chandrasekharam, D. 2005. Geothermal Energy Resources of India: Past and the Present. Proceedings World Geothermal Congress Antalya, Turkey, 24-29 April 2005.
29.Chandrasekharam, D. and Varun,C. 2006. Geothermal Energy Resources of India: Ongoing and Future Developments: Proceed. American Association of Petroleum Geologists Conference, Perth, Australia November 2006.
30.Varun,C and Chandrasekharam, D. 2007. Enhanced geothermal resources: Indian scenario. Transaction, Geohermal Resources Council, 31, 271-273.
31.Chandrasekharam, D. and Varun Chandrasekhar, 2008. Geothermal resources in India: Possibilities for direct use in the Himalayas in Proceedings “ UNU-GTP and TBLRREM-TBGMED Workshop for Decision Makers on Direct Heating Use of Geothermal Resources in Asia”, Tianjin, China, 11-18 May, 2008" (ed) I.B.Fridleifsson, D.H.Holm, Wang Kun and Zhang Baiming (CD).
32.Chandrasekharam, D. and Varun Chandrasekhar, 2008. Enhanced geothermal resources in NE Deccan Province, India. GRC Trans. 32, 71-75.
33.Chandrasekharam, D. and Varun Chandrasekhar, 2008. Granites and granites: India’s warehouse of EGS. Bull. Geothermal Res. Council, 37, 17-20.
34.Chandrasekhar, V. and Chandrasekharam, D. 2009. Geothermal systems in India. Geothermal. Res. Council Trans., 33.
35.Chandrasekharam, D. and Chandrasekhar, V. 2010. Geothermal Energy Resources, India: Country Update. World Geothermal Congress 2010, Bali, Indonesia, 25-29 April 2010.
36.Chandrasekharam, D. and Chandrasekhar, V. 2010. Hot dry rock potential in India: Future road map to make India energy Independent. World Geothermal Congress 2010, Bali, Indonesia, 25-29 April 2010.
37.Chandrasekhar, V. and Chandrasekharam, D. 2010. Energy Independencethrough CDM using geothermal resources: Indian Scenario. Proceed. World Geothermal Congress 2010, Bali, Indonesia, 25-29 April 2010.
38.Chandrasekharam, D. and Chandrasekhar, V. 2010. Can Geological Radioactive Waste Disposal Sites Be Used as EGS Sites? Proceed. World Geothermal Congress 2010, Bali, Indonesia, 25-29 April 2010.
39.Singh, H.K. and Chandrasekharam, D. 2010. Evaluation of Tuwa geothermal system through water-rock interaction experiment. Proceed. Water-Rock Interaction 13 ( Eds. P. Birkle and Torres-Alvarado (eds) Taylor & Francis Group, London, ISBN 978-0-415-60426-0
40.Chandrasekharam, D. and Chandrasekhar, V. 2010. Geochemistry of thermal springs of Orissa, India Trans. Geothermal Res. Council Trans., 34, 665-668.
41.Pasvanoğlu S, Chandrasekharam, D. 2011. Hydrogeochemical and isotopic study of thermal and mineralized waters from the Nevşehir (Kozakli) area, Central Turkey. J. Volcanol. Geotherm. Res. 202, 241-250.
42.Chandrasekharam, D. Lashin, A., Al Arifi, N. and Singh, H. 2014. Meeting future energy demand of Saudi Arabia through high heat generating granites,Intern. J. Earth Sci. Engg. 7, 1-14.
43.Hemant.K.Singh, Yadvendar, K., Chandrasekharam, D. Trupti, G and Singh, B. 2014. High-heat-producing granites of East Dharwar Craton around Gugi, Karnataka, and their possible influence on the evolution of Rajapur thermal springs, Deccan Volcanic Province, India. Geothermal Energy, 2, 1-12.
44.Chandrasekharam, D. Lashin, A. and Al Arifi, N. 2014. CO2 mitigation strategy through geothermal energy, Saudi Arabia. Renew. Sustain. Energy Rev. 38, 154-163.
45.Lashin, A., Chandrasekharam, D. Al Arifi, N., Al Bassam, A. and Chandrasekhar, V. 2014. Geothermal energy resources of wadi Al-Lith, Saudi Arabia. J. African Earth. Sci. 97, 357–367.
46.Hemant.K.Singh, Garg, G. C., Chandrasekharam, D. Trupti G. and Singh, B. 2014. Physicochemical evolution of the thermal springs over the Siwana Ring Complex, Western Rajasthan, India. Jour. Geol. Soc. India(in press).
47.Lashin, A., Chandrasekharam, D. Al Arifi, N., Al Bassam, A. and Chandrasekhar, V. 2014. High heat generating granites of western Saudi Arabia. GRC Trans., 38, 40-45.
48.Chandrasekharam, D .Chandrasekhar, V., Garg, G. Singh, H. K. and Trupti, G. 2014. High heat generating granites of Siwana, Rajasthan. GRC Trans., 38, 78-85.
49.Chandrasekharam, D .Lashin, A. and Al Arifi, N. 2014. The potential contribution of geothermal energy to electricity supply in Saudi Arabia. International J. Sustainable Energy.http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14786451.2014.950966.
50.Hemant.K.Singh, Chandrasekharam, D. , Vaselli, O., Trupti, G., Singh, B., Lashin, A. and Al Arifi, N. 2014. Physiochemical characteristics of Jharkhand and West Bengal thermal springs along SONATA mega lineament, India. J.Earth Sys.Sci. (in press).