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0900 INVOCATION & LIGHTING OF LAMP BY THE CHIEF GUEST

0905 WELCOME BY DR S.K.SRIVASTAV, INDIAN COORDINATOR HAZARD-2001 

0910 ADDRESS BY DR ROGER BILHAM, INTERNATIONAL COORDINATOR HAZARD-2001


0915 REMARKS BY DR R.R.KELKAR, DIRECTOR GENERAL, INDIA METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT  


0920 ADDRESS BY PROF S.K.DUBE, PRESIDENT IMS & CHAIRMAN ORGANISING COMMITTEE


0925 IMS FELLOWSHIP AWARD CEREMONY

AWARD OF IMS FELLOWSHIP TO DR. R.R. KELKAR, DIRECTOR GENERAL AND

DR S.K.SRIVASTAV, ADDL.DIRECTOR GENERAL, INDIA METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT

CITATION READ BY DR AKHILESH GUPTA, SECRETARY, IMS   

0935 ADDRESS BY PROF H.K.GUPTA, SECRETARY, DEPARTMENT OF OCEAN DEVELOPMENT


0940 RELEASE OF ABSTRACT VOLUME OF THE CONFERENCE AND ADDRESS BY PROF

V.S.RAMAMURTHY, SECRETARY, DEPT. OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY


0950 INAUGURATION OF THE CONFERENCE BY THE CHIEF GUEST SHRI BACHI SINGH RAWAT,

HON’BLE MINISTER OF STATE FOR SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY FOLLOWED BY HIS ADDRESS

1000 VOTE OF THANKS BY DR AKHILESH GUPTA, SECRETARY, IMS


1005 REFRESHMENTS 


International Conference on

Seismic Hazard with particular reference to Bhuj earthquake of

January 26, 2001

PROGRAMME SCHEDULE



DATE: 3RD OCTOBER, 2001


REGISTRATION: 08.00-09.00 HOURS


INAUGURAL SESSION: 09.00-11.00 HOURS

Technical Session-I (11.00-13.00 Hours)



Theme: Bhuj Earthquake – Source Parameters and Damage Pattern


Lead Talk: (1) Dr. S.K. Srivastav: Bhuj earthquake of 26th January, 2001 – Some pertinent questions

(2). Dr. H.K. Gupta: Himalayan earthquake: What do we know about them?


T-I-1. Slip Distribution of the 2001 West India Earthquake from Inversion of Teleseismic Data


J. Mori, Negishi, H. and T. Sato


T-I-2 Source parameters of the Bhuj mainshock and larger aftershocks from modelling of broadband teleseismic and regional waveform data


Alessia Maggi, D. Srinagesh, Keith Priestley and S.S.Rai


T-I-3 Crustal Structure and Moment Tensor Solution of the 26 January 2001, Bhuj Earthquake by Modeling of Regional Broadband Data


N. Purnachandra Rao, M. Ravikumar and A. K. Shukla


T-I-4 The 1819 and 2001 Kutch Earthquakes: A Comparative Perspective

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C.P. Rajendran and Kusala Rajendran



T-I-5 Damage pattern due to January, 2001 Bhuj Earthquake, India: importance of site amplification and interference of shear waves

N. Bhandari and B.K. Sharma


T-I-6 Fault propagation pattern of the January 26, 2001 Gujarat Earthquake

Ajay Paul and Kamal


T-I-7 Macroseismic effects of 2001 Kachchh earthquake vis-à-vis geological setup of Ahmedabad

Swatantra K. Gupta, B. K. Singh, K. C. Joshi and Y. C. Joshi



LUNCH BREAK (1300 – 1400)

Technical Session-II (14.00-15.30 Hours)



Theme: Bhuj Earthquake – Sesimotectonics


Lead Talk: (1) Shri.Ravi Shankar, DG, GSI – Seismotectonics of Kutch region and isoseismals of Kutch (Bhuj) earthquake of 26 January, 2001.

(2) Dr.Leonardo Seeber – The 2001 Republic day earthquake in Gujarat in the context of passive-margin evolution and SCR seismogenesis.

T-II-1 The Bhuj earthquake, 26 January 2001: regional lineaments and their differential effect on major settlements


A.S. Arya, S.K. Pathan and Ajai


T-II-2 Crustal anisotropy inferred from shear-wave splitting in the Epicentral region of Bhuj earthquake of January 26, 2001.


Simanchal Padhy


T-II-3 Seismotectonic Study of Bhuj Earthquake of 26 January 2001, using Remote Sensing and GIS Techniques

S. K. Paul and R. C. Lakhera



T-II-4 Tectonic framework of the Bhuj, January 26, 2001 earthquake


Pradeep Talwani and Abhijit Gangopadhyay


T-II-5 Seismicity following deep reverse-faulting in the Indian plate: implications for Gujarat


Kali Wallace, Rebecca Bendick and Roger Bilham


T-II-6 Reactivation of Channels after Gujarat Earthquake


R.P. Singh, Sanjeeb Bhoi and Alok K. Sahoo


TEA BREAK (1530 – 1600)




Technical Session-III (16.00-18.00 Hours)



Theme: Bhuj Earthquake – Deformation Studies


Lead Talk: (1) Prof. V.K.Gaur: Contemporary deformation field in India

(2) Dr.Wesnousky, S.G – Field report bearing on surface rupture and genesis of the Republic Day earthquake and implications for risk and hazard along the Himalayan Frontal Thrust of India.


T-III-1 Coseismic Deformation Due to the Bhuj, 2001 Earthquake Measured from SPOT Images


R.Michel and J.P. Avouac


T-III-2 Geodetic & Geophysical Studies for Monitoring Crustal Deformation in Kachchh Region of Gujarat


Brigadier V.C. Tyagi & H.B. Madhwal


T-III-3 Ground Deformation and Causative fault of the MW 7.7 Bhuj Earthquake of 26 January, 2001


B.K. Rastogi


T-III-4 Height accuracy achievable using GPS measurements for Seismic Monitoring


Lt. Col.(Dr.) B. Nagarajan


T-III-5 Surface Deformational Features of 26 January 2001 Kachchh Earthquake and active faults


G.Philip, T.Nakata, Y.Yoshioka, H.Sato, T. Imaizuma, J.N. Malik, A.K.Mahajan And R.V.Karanth


T-III-6 Postseismic Crustal Deformation of the 2001 Bhuj Earthquake, Deduced from GPS Observations


Miyashita, K., K. Vijaykumar, T.Kato, Y. Aoki and C.D. Reddy


T-III-7 Preseismic, coseismic and post-seismic displacements related to the Bhuj 2001 Earthquake using Global Positioning System (GPS) Geodesy


Sredevi Jade, Malay Mukul 1, Imtiyaz A. Parvez, M. B. Ananda, P. Dileep Kumar and V. K. Gaur, 2 R. Bendick, R. Bilham and K. Wallace


T-III-8 Land Deformation in Parts of Gujarat due to Earthquake of January 26, 2001


Dr. S.D. Naik


T-III-9 Coseismic Ground Deformation and Liquefaction induced by Kutch (Bhuj) Earthquake of 26 January 2001


Prabhas Pande, Y.P. Sharda, Z.G. Ghevaria and Biju John


T-III-10 Bhuj Earthquake of January 26, 2001 and Gravity Gradients/Trends


D.C. Mishra, D.V. Chandrasekhar and B.Singh


T-III-11 GPS campaigns in Bhuj region: Some preliminary results


C.D. Reddy, P.S. Sunil., M.Ponraj, and S. Amirtharaj


DATE: 4th OCTOBER, 2001

Technical Session-IV (9.00-10.30 Hours)



Theme: Bhuj Earthquake – Aftershock Studies


Lead Talk: (1) Dr.Susan E. Hough – The January 26, 2001 Mw7.6 Bhuj, India Earthquake: Observed and Predicted ground motions.

(2) Dr.S.N.Bhattacharya – Aftershock sequence of Bhuj earthquake of January 26, 2001.


T-IV-1 Seismotectonics of the January 26, 2001 Bhuj Earthquake sequence


Reena de, B.V.Srirama, Sagina Ram, T.R.Goswami, G.K. Chakraborty, P.C. Das and J.R. Das


T-IV-2 Aftershock Distribution of the 2001 Gujarat, India Earthquake (Mw 7.7) from Temporary Field Observations


Negishi, H. , J. Mori, T. Sato, R. P. Singh, S. Kumar and N. Hirata


T-IV-3 Study of epicentral trends and depth sections for aftershocks of the Bhuj Earthquake of 26th January, 2001, Kutch District, Gujarat


S.G. Gaonkar, B.V. Srirama 1, S.R. Samaddar, D.V. Punekar, Sagina Ram, Reena De and J.R. Kayal 2,


T-IV-4 Aftershock activity of 26th January 2001 earthquake: implication for the seismotectonics of Kutch region


K.S.Misra, R.Bhutani and R.Sonp


T-IV-5 Bhuj Afterschoks Recorded by the MAE/ISTAR Temporary Seismic Network


S.Horton, P.Bodin, A. Johnston, G. Patterson, J. Bollwerk, P.Rydelek, A Raphael, C.Chiu, and J-M. Chiu, K.Busdhbatti, J.Gomberg


T-IV-6 Multi-Fractal Behaviour of the Aftershock Sequence of Bhuj Earth Quake of 26 January, 2001


V.P. Dimri, M.Ravi Prakash and S. Padhy


T-IV-7 Multiagency Database for Bhuj Afterschoks


Paul Bodin, Steve Horton, P. Mandal, B.K. Rastogi, T.Sato, A. Johnston, A. Johnston

T-IV-8 Characterization of the causative fault system for the 2001 Bhuj aftershocks



Prantik Mandal, B.K. Rastogi, H.V.S. Satyanaraya, M. Kousalaya, C.Satyamurty, I.P. Raju and Narendra Kumar


TEA BREAK (1030 – 1100)

Technical Session-V (11.00-13.00 Hours)



Theme: Bhuj Earthquake – Engineering aspects


Lead Talk: (1) Shri.V.S.Brahmabhatt, GERI, Baroda – Damages to water resources projects due to Bhuj earthquake and their restoration.

(2) Dr. Randolph Langenbach – An analysis of the effects of the Bhuj earthquake on traditional unreinforced masonry construction.

(3) Prof. A.S. Arya - Kachchh Earthquake-A natural occurrence but man made disaster


T-V-1 Estimation of Ground Motion from Bhuj, Earthquake of 26th January, 2001 (MW=76) and Future Earthquakes in India


S.K. Singh, B.K.Bansal, S.N.Bhattacharya, R.S.Dattatrayam, J.Pacheco, G.Suresh, M. Ordaz, G.D. Gupta and Kamal


T-V-2 Estimation of Strong Ground Motion at Bhuj City during the Kutch Earthquake


R.N. Iyengar and S.T.G. Raghkanth


T-V-3 An Engineer’s Perspective of Two Recent Disastrous Earthquakes


R.L. Damani, S.L. Kshirasagar and S.V.Kumara Swamy


T-V-4 On pore pressure changes due to soil liquefaction and undrained poroelastic effects during the 2001 Bhuj earthquake


Irene Sarkar and Ramesh Chander


T-V-5 Regional approach and site specific study on Bhuj Earthquake


R.K. Bhandari and S.Rajarathnam


T-V-6 Behaviour of Masonry Structures During the Bhuj Earthquake of January 2001


K.S. Jagadish, S.Raghunath and K.S. Nanjunda Rao



T-V-7 Strong motion Records of Bhuj Earthquake


Ashok Kumar, S. Basu, S.K. Thakkur, Manish Shrikhande, Pankaj Agarwal, J. Das and D.K. Paul


T-V-8 Geotechnical Aspects of Damaged Earth Dams during Bhuj Earthquake


Dr.K.S. Rao, Dr.William K.Mohanty


LUNCH BREAK (1300 – 1400)

Technical Session-VI (14.00-16.00 Hours)




SHORT ORAL+POSTER SESSION (Bhuj earthquake related studies)


(Short oral presentation of 3 minutes duration)


Lead Talk: Shri. S.K. Swami, Ministry of Agriculture: Disaster response in India


1. An eyewitness account of Bhuj earthquake

M.K. GUPTA



2. Geological and Soil-gas Helium Emanometric Studies in the Suspected Surface Rupture Zones in the meizoseismal area of January 26, 2001 Bhuj Earthquake, Gujarat, India


R.Srinivasan and G.K. Reddy


3. Source parameters of Bhuj earthquake dated 26th January 2001 and related aftershocks


P.R. Rao, S. D. Pimprikar and M.K.Soni


4. Microseismic field observations of January 26th 2001 Kutch and its seismotectonics


A.K. Mahajan


5. A Synthetic Isoseismal Map and Simulated Accelerograms of 2001 Bhuj Earthquake


Dinesh Kumar, K.N. Khattri and S.S. Teotia


6. A Preliminary Analysis of Bhuj Earthquake and its aftershocks recorded at ISM Dhanbad Seismological Observatory


M.Mukhopadhyay, Asit Kr. Gupta and Raj Kumar Prasad,


7. Aftershock characteristics of the 26th January, 2001 Bhuj earthquake, Gujarat


Sagina Ram, A.Hakim, S.K. Singh, A. Zaihidi, M. Hasan, B.V. Srirama, Reena De, R.A. Tiwari and J.R. Kayal


8. Major active faults and seismicity of Kutch region, Gujarat


K.S.Misra, D.T.Kamble, M.M.Powar, S.K.Bhatia, R.Bhutani and R.Sonp,


9. High seismicity in Kuchchh region: loading from nearby plate boundary faults


V.K.Gahalaut and Kalpna


  1. Oil industry and the Kutch earthquake of 26th January 2001


V. Prakash, A. Sinvhal and P.R. Bose


  1. Isoseismals for the Kutch earthquake of 26 th January 2001


A.Sinvhal, P.R.Bose, V.Prakash, A.Bose, A.K.Saraf and H.Sinvhal


  1. Multistory buildings multistory buildings and the Kutch earthquake of 26th January 2001


A.Sinvhal, P.R.Bose, A.Bose and V.Prakash


  1. Effects of the kutch earthquake of 26th January 2001 on lifeline structures


V. Prakash, A.Sinvhal, P.R.Bose and A.Bose


14. Post Bhuj Earth Tremor Near Bangalore, Karnataka, A precursor on Seismic status of southern part of Karnataka craton


M.H. Abbas, R.Dharuman, Venkata Swamy and M.M. Swamy


15. On the Spectral Analysis of Broadband Seismograms observed in Himalaya during the Gujarat Earthquake of January 26, 2001.


Kamal


16. Source mechanism of Kutch(BHUJ) earthquake of 26 January 2001


Prabhas Pande


  1. Performance of Elevated Water Tanks in Mw 7.7 Bhuj Earthquake of January 26, 2001


Durgesh C. Rai


18. Evaluation of Liquefaction Potential – Ist Must for Disaster Mitigation in Earthquake Prone areas: Experience from Bhuj Earthquake


G. Janaradhanan



  1. Statistical Parameters of Bhuj Earthquake Sequence of January 26th 2001.


M.A. Shaik & Sanjay Srivastava


20. Bhuj Earthquake-Nature’s Experiment to Provide an inpute for microzonation


K.C. Joshi, Y.C. Joshi & B.K. Singh


21. Bhuj Earthquake : A field experience


Sharavan Kumar and Kiran Narkhede


22. A study of MT signals related to The Bhuj earthquake Kutch, India


K. Veeraswamy, C. Manoj, K.K. Abdul Anjing and T. Harinarayan


23. Basement configuration from Magnetotelluric Studies in Bhuj Earth-quake Epicentral Zone, Gujarat, India


T. Harinarayana, B.K.P. Patro, s.K. Begum, K. Naganjaneyulu and G. Virupakshi


24. Performance of Multistoried Reinforced Concrete Buildings in Bhuj Earthquake of January 26, 2001


S.K. Thakkar, R.N. Dubey and Pankaj Agarwal


25. Source parameter for Bhuj Earthquake and its Aftershocks and their


S.K. Srivastav, G. Suresh, R.K. Verma and Dal Singh


26. Geology, Straligraphy and Techtonic Evolution of Kutch Basin


Kotha Mahendran


27. Aftershock activity of Bhuj earthquake of January 26, 2001


Ashwani Kumar, S.C.Gupta, A.K .Jindal, Sanjay Jain And Vandana


TEA BREAK (1600 – 1630)

Technical Session-VII (16.30-18.30 Hours)




SHORT ORAL+POSTER SESSION (Other than Bhuj earthquake related studies)


(Short oral presentation of 3 minutes duration)

:

Lead Talk: Dr.P.K. Mishra – Bhuj earthquake – Experiences of Gujarat State.


1. Characterisation of An Intra-Continental Active fault observations from the Son-Narmada South fault, Central India


M.K. Devarajan and Abinaba Roy


2. Geoscientific Studies for planning Khandwa Digital Telemetered Seismic Network in Satpura Domain ,Madhya Pradesh, India


B.T.Borkar, P.S.Mishra, B.V.Shrirama and N.V. Venkatraman


  1. Petrologic model for generation of medium size earthquakes in Deccan trap, India


V.P. Singh and D. Shanker


4. Seismotectonic Models of the three devastating SCR Earthquake in India during the last one decade


J.R. Kayal

Geological Survey of India, 27 J.L. Nehru Road, Kolkata.- 700 016


5. Tectonic Control on the underthrusting Indian Plate in the Northwest Himalayan Frontal Area


Surendar Kumar,


6. Near-field acceleration of scattering from an inhomogeneous spherical shell


M.D. Sharma


  1. Numerical Simulation of Liquefaction Behaviour of Sands


T.G. Sitharam , S.V. Singh


  1. Attneuation of coda Waves of few local events in NER, India


Saurabh Baruah


  1. State Of the Art Software For Processing Seismic Array Data


T.K. Basu, F. Roy and R.D. Sharma


  1. An Engineering Approach for Earthquake Source Modelling


Dr. Shailesh Kr. Agrawal & Dr. Vipul Prakash


  1. Channelling of intraplate earthquakes along plume-affected mobile belt of the Indian subcontinent


U. Raval


12. On Wave Propagation through a Layered Quarter Space in Vertical Contact with a Layered Quarter Space


A.Roy M.Mitra R.K.Bhattacharyya


13. Tomographic inversion of arrival time data of Chamoli aftershocks


S. Mukhopadhyay , J.R. Kayal


14. Transmission and Reflection of SH-Waves Through a Self-Reinforced Layer Sandwiched Between Two Elastic Half Spaces


V.P. Kaushik


15. Seismic Hazard Analysis for Himalayan Region using artificial Neural Network


M.L. Sharma, M.Arora and Y.V. Raju


16. An study to understand the earthquake related pre and post hazards with disaster management and risk reduction measure


P.Khare, D.P. Dubey and P.S. Budhkar


  1. Seismiity in the northeastern region of India and its neighbourhood- an appraisal


D. C. Goswami, M. M. Saikia, S. Kalita and S. Das


18. Afterschock sequences of the Idukki 12th December 2000 Earthquake M 5.0 in the Kerala State, South India


C.B.K., Sastry, D.Livingston, K.P.R. Vittal Rao, P.D.Venkateswarlu and J.R. Kayal


19. Over Three Decades of Earthquake Monitoring in Maharashtra State, India


R.L. Damani, S.L.Kshirasagar, S.V.Kumara Swamy and C.B. Sawalwade


20. Study of Maheshwar (M.P.) Catchment in context to sedimentation related studies using space borne DATA


Soni S.K.


21. India needs to improve Earthquake Disaster Mitigation


Rehar Ahmad Khan and Zahir Khan


22. Seismicity of Orissa


D.C. Gupta and G.K. Mohanty


23. Determination of crustal P. velocity in Manipur and adjoining areas


Arun Kumar and Manichandra Sanoujam


24. Attenuation study for Delhi Using strong motion data


Y. Pandey, S. C. Gupta, R. Dharmaraju and P.K.S. Chauhan


25. Crustal structure in Southern and Central West Bengal Using Deep Seismic sounding Explosion data


A.K.Ghose and S.N. Bhattacharya


26. Seismicity in north Himalaya


Hargian Singh, Khusi Ram, I. D. Sharma, V. K. Mittal and S. N. Bhattacharya


27. Neotectonic joints and maximum horizontal stress trajectories in southeastern coastal Saurashtra


Aniruddha S. Khadkikar


28. Near real time seismic monitoring system in and around national capital region of Delhi


S.K. Srivastav, S.N. Bhattacharyya, A.K. Shukla, Rajesh Prakash, H.P. Shukla, P.R. Baidya and S.C. Dua


29. Seismic monitoring and data processing system


S.N. Bhattacharyya, S.K. Srivastav, R.S. Dattatrayam, A.K. Shukla, Rajesh Prakash, P.R.Baidya and G. Suresh


TEA AND POSTER SESSION (1830 – 1930)


DATE: 5th OCTOBER, 2001

Technical Session-VIII (9.30-11.00 Hours)



Theme: Microzonation related studies


Lead Talk: (1) Dr.R.K.Bhandari – Geotechnique of seismic microzonation in Gujarat and retrofitting of building foundations and subsoil.

(2) Dr.S.K.Singh - Ground Motion in Delhi from future large/Great Earthquakes in the Central Seismic Gap of the Himalayan Arc.


T-VIII-1 Geotechnical Assessment of Jabalpur Earthquake Some Suggestions for Seismic Hazard Microzination


P.S. Mishra and N.V. Venkatraman


T-VIII-2 Site response analysis using microtremor data in Delhi


S.Mukhopadhyay, Y. Pandey, R. Dharmaraju


T-VIII-3 Site amplification and Liquefaction potentiality of Assam Platform Basin in Hazard Assessment


R. Duarah


T-VIII-4 Attenuation Relationship for Peak ground Horizontal Acceleration for Indian Region

M.L. Sharma and R.G.K. Nath



T-VIII-5 2.5D Simulation of Basin-Edge Effects on the Ground Motion Characteristics


J.P. Narayan


T-VIII-6 Earthquake hazard analysis of south- eastern Zagros, Iran


H. Hamzehloo & M. Zare


T-VIII-7 Estimation of S-Wave Site Response in and Around Delhi Region from weak motion data


S.K. Nath, P.Sengupta, S.K.Srivastav, S.N.Bhattacharya, R.S.Dattatrayam and R. Prakash


TEA BREAK (1030 – 1100)

Technical Session-IX (11.00-13.00 Hours) 120 Minutes



Theme: Interplate and Intraplate seismicity studies


Lead Talk: (1) Dr.S.K.Biswas – Structure and tectonics of Gujarat, India, with special reference to earthquakes in Kutch.

(2) Prof. Roger Bilham – Intraplate earthquakes and flexure of the Indian plate.

T-IX-1 Crustal deformation and the seismic cycle in the Himalaya of Nepal

J.P. Avouac and M.R. Pandey



T-IX-2 Active Faulting South of the Himalayan Frontal Thrust and Seismic Hazard to Ganga-Yamuna Plain


V.C. Thakur and A.K. Pandey


T-IX-3 A Mechanical Model for Stable Continental Region Earthquakes


Pradeep Talwani and Abhijit Gangopadhyay


T-IX-4 The medium parameter discussion about Xinjiang Atushi (M=7.1) earthquake and Xinjiang Jiashi swarm (M>6,n>7)


Gu Jinping and Wang Haitao


T-IX-5 A Seismotectonic Evaluation of Pandhana Swarm Activity in Satpura Block Khandwa -Khargone Belt, Madhya Pradesh


P.S. Mishra, B.V. Srirama, S.C. Nautiyal, R.S.Dattatreyam, G.Suresh, S.N. Bhattacharya


T-IX-6 Seismological Studies around Indore and Pandhana (M.P.) India in context to recent earthquake of Bhuj (Gujarat) using Indian Remote Sensing Satellite DATA (IRS)


Soni S.K.


T-IX-7 Interplate and Intraplate Characteristics in Relation to Bhuj Earthquake, 2001


H.N. Srivastava, G.D. Gupta, B.K. Bansal, A.N.Tandon


T-IX-8 Generalised stress pattern and neotectonic activity in Mayanmar – Andaman – Nicobar region


R.K.S. Chouhan and S.N. Bhattacharya


T-IX-9 Magnetotelluric study of Central Nepal Himalaya: Electrical conductivity structure and seismotectonic implication


Carole Lemonnier, Guy Marquis, Frédéric Perrier, Jean-Philippe Avouac, M. R. Pandey


LUNCH BREAK (1300 – 1400)

Technical Session-X (14.00-15.30 Hours)




Theme: Interplate and Intraplate seismicity studies (cont’d.) and Earthquake Precursory studies




Lead Talk: (1) Vitali A. Morgounov: Uncertainty Relation: Cognoscibility / Un-predictability of Earthquakes.


T-X-1 Active Tectonics in China and paleoearthquake recurrence behaviour in the northeastern margin of Tibet plateau


Min Wei, Deng Qidong and Zhang Peizhen


T-X-2 Tectonic Activity during Harappan Civilisation


Manik Prasad and Amos Nur

T-X-3 Structural Attributes and Seismotectonic Implications of Central Kachchh Mainland



R.V. Karanth, Parag S. Sohoni and George Mathew


T-X-4 Ionospheric perturbations possibly related to seismic activities in India


Birbal Singh, P.K. Mishra, Raj Pal Singh, and V.K.Kushwaha


T-X-5 Acoustic Emission Studies of Geological Faults


T.Chelladuria, K.K. Purushothaman, A.S. Sankaranarayanan, M.S. Ananthanatarajan, V.A. Chacko and K. Venkatachalam


T-X-6 Earthquake prediction – A Chaos analysis


R.K. Khankane and Kamaljit Ray


TEA BREAK (1530 – 1600)

CLOSING SESSION - (16.00-18.00 HOURS)







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