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Rorabacher, J.A. 2008. Gerrymandering, poverty and flooding: a perennial story of Bihar. EPW, 43(47), 45-53
Chakraborty, T., Kar, R., Ghosh, P. & Basu, S. (2010) Kosi megafan: Historical records, geomorphology and the recent avulsion of the Kosi River. Quaternary International, 227, 143–160.
Baghel, R. 2014. River Control in India. Springer. 180 p.
3. Somanathan, E. (2012) Are Embankments a Good Flood–Control Strategy? A Case Study of the Kosi River. Discussion Paper 12-04, Indian Statistical Institute.
Mishra, D.K. (2008) Trapped! Between the Devil and Deep Waters. Dehra Dun and Delhi, People's Science Institute and South Asia Network on Dams, Rivers and People.
Iqbal, S. (2010) Flood and erosion-induced population displacements: a socio-economic case study in the Gangetic riverine tract at Malda District, West Bengal, India. Journal of Human Ecology, 30, 201–211.
Mishra, D.K. 2008. The Kosi and the Embankment Story. EPW, 43(46), 47-52.
Singh, P., Ghose, N., Chaudhary, N. & Hansda, R. (2007) Life in the Shadow of Embankments – Turning Lost Lands into Assets in the Koshi Basin of Bihar, India. WinRock International India. 54 p.
Sinha, R. & P.F. Friend. (1994) River systems and their sediment flux, Indo-Gangetic plains, Northern Bihar , India. Sedimentology, 41, 825–845.
Bhargava, M. (2007) Changing River Courses in North India: Calamities, Bounties, Strategies Sixteenth to Early Nineteenth Centuries. Medieval History Journal, 10, 183–208.
Sarkar, S.K., Bhattacharya, A. & Bhattacharya, B. (2000) The river Ganga of northern India : an appraisal of its geomorphic and ecological changes. Water Science and Technology, 48, 121–128.
Sinha, R. (2008) Kosi: Rising Waters, Dynamic Channels and Human Disasters. EPW, Nov. 1: 42–47.
D’Souza, R. (2004) Rigidity and the affliction of capitalist property: colonial land revenue and the recasting of nature. Studies in History 20: 237–272.
Singh, P. (2008) The colonial state, zamindars and the politics of flood control in north Bihar (1850-1945). Indian Economic & Social History Review, 45, 239–260.
Gyawali D. 1999. Institutional forces behind water conflict in the Ganga plains. Grid-Group Cultural Theory 47:443–452.
Dixit, A., Moench, M., & Opitz-Stapleton, S. 2008. When realities shift: responding to floods and the challenge of climate change in the Gangetic Basin. Working with the Winds of Change Report, p. 271-285.
Sinha, N. (2014) Fluvial Landscape and the State: Property and the Gangetic Diaras in Colonial India, 1790s–1890s. Environment and History, 20, 209–237.
Sharma, M. (2006) Landscapes and Lives. Oxford University Press, New Delhi. 12-41 p.
Mukherjee, J. (2011) No voice, no choice : Riverine changes and human vulnerability in the “ chars ” of Malda and Murshidabad. Occasional Paper No. 28, Institute of Development Studies, Kolkata, India, 91 p.
Mishra, DK. 1999. Flood Protection That Never Was Case of Mahananda Basin of North Bihar. EPW 34:2013–2018.
Kumar, M. 2012. Governing flood, migration and conflict in North Bihar. Independent Report, 21 p.
Lahiri-Dutt, K. (2014) Commodified Land, Dangerous Water: Colonial Perceptions of Riverine Bengal. In: Asian Environments: Connections across Borders, Landscapes, and Times. Edited by Ursula Münster, Shiho Satsuka, and Gunnel Cederlöf, RCC Perspectives 2014, no. 3, 17–22.
Guha, R. (1963) A Rule of Property for Bengal: An Essay on the Idea of Permanent Settlement. Duke Univ. Press, USA. p. 264.
Devkota L, Crosato A, Giri S. 2012. Effect of the barrage and embankments on flooding and channel avulsion case study Koshi River, Nepal. Journal of Rural Infrastructure Development Nepal 3:124–132.
Dixit, A. (2009) Kosi embankment breach in Nepal: need for a paradigm shift in responding to floods. EPW, 44, 70-78.
Rampini, R.F. and M. Finucane, 1889. The Bengal Tenancy Act. Act VIII of 1885. Thacker, Spink and Co., Calcutta, India.
Ray, K.B. (1954) Flood Prevention in the Rivers of Bihar , North Bengal and Assam. Economic Weekly, October 9, 1121–1126.
Sinha, R. 1998. On the controls of fluvial hazards in the north Bihar plains, eastern India. In: Maund. J. G. & Eddleston,
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Hill, C.V. (1997) River of sorrow: environment and social control in north India, 1770-1994. Association for Asian Studies, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Mishra, D.K. (2012) Resuscitating a Failed Idea - Notes from Bihar. EPW XLVII: 48–51.
Singh, V. (2014) Gangetic Floods: Landscape Transformations, Embankments and Clay Brick-Making. In: “Asian Environments: Connections across Borders, Landscapes, and Times,” edited by U. Münster, S. Satsuka, and G. Cederlöf, RCC Perspectives 2014, no. 3, 17–22.