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Inauguration Programme of International Seminar
Recent Advances in Geosciences “RAG”on Jan. 11, 2011

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Inauguration Programme of International Seminar
Recent Advances in Geosciences “RAG”on Jan. 11, 2011
08:30 a.m. – 09:30 a.m. Registration
09:30a.m. – 10:15 a.m. Inaugural Session
Chief Guest Padma Shri (Prof.) V. P. Dimri, Ex-Director, NGRI and CSIR Distinguished Scientist (HAG+)
Guest of Honour Sri T. K. Lahiry, CMD, BCCL, Dhanbad
Welcome Address Prof. Shalivahan, Convener, RAG-2011
Introduction of Guest of Honour Prof. P. R. Mohanty, Chairman, RAG-2011
Address by Guest of Honour Sri T. K. Lahiry, CMD, BCCL, Dhanbad
Welcome Address and introduction of Chief Guest Prof. T. Kumar, Director, Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad
Inaugural Address by Chief Guest Padma Shri (Prof.) V. P. Dimri, Ex-Director, NGRI and CSIR Distinguished Scientist
Release of Proceedings by Chief Guest Padma Shri (Prof.) V. P. Dimri, Ex-Director Director, NGRI and CSIR Distinguished Scientist
Release of Souvenir by Guest of Honour Sri T. K. Lahiry, CMD, BCCL, Dhanbad
Award to President SPG India for the outstanding nation wide services to the Geoscience students Sri Apurba Saha
ED and Asset Manager, ONGC and President SPG India by Director, ISM
Memento Presentation
Vote of Thanks Dr. Rima Chatterjee, Organizing Secretary, RAG-2011
National Anthem
11th Jan. 2011
10:15 a.m. – 11:15 a.m.
GJLT TECHNICAL SESSION – I
Session Chairmen:
1) Prof. Michael Pasyanos, Lawrence Livermore National Lab., USA
2) Dr. Walter D. Mooney, USGS, California
Keynote Address -1 Prof. Eileen Vergino
Lawrence Livermore National Lab., USA
Seismic Cooperation in the Caucasus and Central Asia: Science Supporting Diplomacy
Keynote Address-2 Shri Apurba Saha
ED and Asset Manager, Mumbai High, ONGC, Mumbai
Exploration Technology and Potential Impact
Invited Talk Shyamal Bhattacharya
ONGC, Mumbai
Technology to the aid of improving mature Field performance
11:15 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. HIGH TEA

11th Jan. 2011
11:45 a.m. – 01:30 p.m.
GJLT TECHNICAL SESSION – II
Session Chairmen:
1) Dr. K. Sain, NGRI, Hyderabad
2) Dr. S. K. Singh, Essar Energy, Mumbai
Keynote Address – 1 Dr. R. A. Plumb
Schlumberger
Toward Real-Time Earth Modeling
Keynote Address – 2 Shri R. N. Chakrabarty
Halliburton Logging Services, Delhi
Characterizing Unconventional reservoirs
Invited Talk K. Venkataraman and Asim Samanta
ONGC, Baroda
Impact of technology growth in well Logging for petroleum Exploration
Technical Paper – 1
A. K. Bhanja
ONGC, Baroda
Depth positioning of conventional cores through synthetic density log
Technical Paper – 2
Upendra K. Singh
Dept. of Applied Geophysics, ISM
Neural Network and Neuro-fuzzy in modeling of Non-linear Geophysical well logs Data
Technical Paper – 3 Arindam Mitra
Baker RDS Ltd., U.K.
An overview of “Carbon Capture & Sequestration (CCS)- the FUTURE” in UK North Sea and the role of Geoscience
Technical Paper – 4

Suman Paul and Anoop Bharadwaj
Dept. of Applied Geophysics, ISM
Qualitative Analysis of Log Data from Jharia Coalfield, India for Coal bed Methane Exploration
Technical Paper – 5

Utkarsh Singh and Navneet Kumar
Dept. of Applied Geophysics, ISM
Mapping of a Prospective Block of Reservoir in Mumbai High corresponding to Geological Discontinuities using Seismic and Well Log Data
01:30 p.m. – 02:30 p.m. LUNCH

11th Jan. 2011
02:30 p.m. – 03:45 p.m.
GJLT TECHNICAL SESSION – III
Session Chairmen:
1) Shri M. Ali, ONGC, Mumbai
2) Shri Samir Biswal, RIL, Mumbai
Invited Talk-1 Dr. Kalachand Sain
NGRI, Hyderabad
Seismic Methods for Delineation of Gas-Hydrates
Technical Paper – 1

A. K. Bhanja, Rajesh Chandra and Asim Samanta
ONGC, Baroda
Log overlay technique using reverse modeling provides insight into non Archie reservoirs of Ankleshwar field in Cambay Basin, India – a case study
Technical Paper – 2

Asit Kumar Samadder
ONGC, Mumbai
Mitigation of Hazards During Well Logging Operation and The Safety Aspects – An Overview
Technical Paper – 3

Muhammad Ali and S. K. Dey
ONGC, Kolkata
Fluid Identification in Hydrocarbon Reservoir Using Magnetic Resonance And Openhole Logs
Technical Paper – 4
Rajeev Ranjan Kumar*, Dhiresh Govind Rao*and K. M. Sundaram
* Schlumberger, Mumbai, India and ONGC, Mumbai
Stability Analysis of Inclined Wellbores – A Case Study
Technical Paper – 5 T. K. Chatterjee, J. Chakrabarty* and D.N.Ghosh**
EMRL, Mumbai, *TDB College Raniganj, W.B. and **Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad
Interpretation of Variations in Ostracode Genera from the Beachsand of Digha, West Bengal, India
Technical Paper – 6 R. Mandal, P. Dewangan, G. Sriram, and T. Ramprasad
National Institute of Oceanography, Goa
Estimation of seismic attenuation in gas hydrates bearing sediment: A case study from Krishna-Godavari (KG) offshore basin, Bay of Bengal
03:45 p.m. – 04:00 p.m. TEA

11th Jan. 2011
02:30 p.m. – 03:45 p.m.
Management Studies Hall TECHNICAL SESSION – IV
Session Chairmen:
1) Prof. Felix F. Aptikaev, Russian Academy of Science
2) Prof. B. C. Sarkar, Indian School of Mines
Keynote Address-1 Prof. Ramesh P. Singh
Chapman University
Technical Paper – 1 H. S. Mandal*, A. K. Shukla* and P. K. Khan
*India Meteorological Department, New Delhi and Dept. of Applied Geophysics, ISM
Assessment of Seismicity and Generation of Seismic Hazard Curve in the Central Part of India
Technical Paper – 2 S. K. Mondal and P. N. S. Roy
Dept. of Applied Geophysics, ISM
Seismogenic hazard estimation of the Kumaun Himalaya and its surrounding region using different fractal approach.
Technical Paper – 3 A. Chattopadhyay* and V. K. Sharma
*Dept. of Applied Mathematics, ISM and ISSA, Defence R&D Organisation, Ministry of Defence, New Delhi
Propagation of SH waves in an irregular monoclinic layer over a monoclinic half space
Technical Paper – 4 S. Gupta, A. Chattopadhyay and D. K. Majhi
Dept. of Applied Mathematics, ISM
Love wave propagation in an elastic layer with void pores under rigid boundary
Technical Paper – 5 Arnab Ghosal and J. R. Kayal
Dept. of Applied Geophysics, ISM
Detailed b-value mapping and fractal analysis of the March 1999 Chamoli earthquake sequence in Western Himalaya
Technical Paper – 6 Vishal Das and J. R. Kayal
Dept. of Applied Geophysics, ISM
Seismic characteristics of the 2001 Bhuj earthquake source zone in western India: Fractal dimension and b-value mapping
Technical Paper – 7 Arjun Tiwari and Rahul Kr. Singh
Dept. of Applied Geophysics, ISM
Spatiotemporal Complexity of Intraplate Seismicity: a Reverie and its Multifarious Implications
03:45 p.m. – 04:00 p.m. TEA

11th Jan. 2011
04:00 p.m. – 05:15 p.m.
GJLT TECHNICAL SESSION – V
Session Chairmen:
1) Prof. Shamita Das, Department of Earth Sciences, Oxford University
2) Shri P. K. Mitra, GAIL, New Delhi
Technical Paper – 1 P. K. Mitra and E. V. Jaydevan,
GAIL, Delhi
Future Exploration Targets in Golaghat Area of Assam Shelf, NE India
Technical Paper – 2

Parasar Mishra and B. C. Sarkar*
IIT Roorkee and *Dept. of Applied Geology, ISM
Lineament Mapping of Talcher Coalfield, Orissa using Remote Sensing, GIS and Statistical Techniques
Technical Paper – 3
Girijesh Kumar*, S. K. Singh* and B.K. Sinha
*BIT, Sindri, Dhanbad and SAIL-ISP, Chasnala
Subsurface Water Recharge Studies of the Tasra Block of Chasnala Coal Mines

Technical Paper – 4
Sukanta Dey
Dept. of Applied Geology, ISM
Geological setting and chemistry of Badami Group in western part of the Kaladgi basin, Karnataka: implications to uranium exploration
Technical Paper – 5 Mrinal Kanti Mukherjee
Dept. of Applied Geology, ISM
The Shale Gouge Ratio (SGR) – An important parameter for characterization of fault seals in Hydrocarbon Reservoirs
Technical Paper – 6 Pankaj Kumar, V. K. Sharma, Arpita Pankaj and Ajay Kumar
Geological Survey of India, Lucknow
Landslide disaster and its mitigation – A case study of debris flow at Leh, Ladakh, Jammu & Kashmir

11th Jan. 2011
04:00 p.m. – 05:15 p.m.
Management Studies Hall TECHNICAL SESSION – VI
Session Chairmen:
1) Prof. P. S. Gupta, Indian School of Mines
2) Shri P. K. Hazra, CMPDI, Ranchi
Technical Paper – 1 V. K. Sharma and V. K. Srivastva
Dept. of Applied Geophysics, ISM
Terrain Modeling using Geoelectric Method & SRTM Data of region in & around Bakreshwar Area of Birbhum Dt., West Bengal (India) for ground water study
Technical Paper – 2 Sohini Das, Sushmita Sinha and Arijit Barik
Dept. of Applied Geology, ISM
Geomorphic Criteria for Evaluating Neotectonic Movements
Technical Paper – 3 Puneet Saraswat* and Mrinal K. Sen
*Dept. of Applied Geophysics, ISM and University of Texas, Austin
Seismic waveform inversion by evolutionary computation
Technical Paper – 4 Deepak Tripathi, Anoop Kant Shukla, Mrigank Mishra and Kavi Joshi
Dept. of Petroleum Engineering, ISM
3D Network Modelling using Digital Image Processing of SEM images to predict Porosity and Permeability of Sandstone Reservoir Rocks
Technical Paper – 5 D. Srinivasa Rao*, D. Malleswari and T. Harinarayana
*Dept. of Applied Geophysics, ISM and NGRI, Hyderabad
A Study of Magnetotelluric response of Krishna-Godavari and Cambay sedimentary basins using 2D modelling
Technical Paper – 6 Muhammad Danish and VinayKumar Pingali
Dept. of Mechanical and Mining Machinery Engineering, ISM
Reconciliation of Fossil Fuel Production Glances: In Synchronous with IPCC Emission Future Trends
Technical Paper – 7 Josef Pek
Institute of Geophysics, Acad. Sci. Czech Rep., Prague, Czech Republic
Algorithm for 2-D Magnetotelluric Modeling with Anisotropy: Enhanced Features
Felicitation of Padma Shri Prof. Vijay P. Dimri, Ex-Director Director, NGRI and CSIR Distinguished Scientist (HAG+) on Jan. 11, 2011
by Director, ISM in presence of All Former Head of the Dept. of Applied Geophysics followed by Cultural Programme
05:45 p.m. – 07:30 p.m. Felicitation
07:30 p.m. – 08:30 p.m. CULTURAL PROGRAMME
08:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. DINNER

12th Jan. 2011
09:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
GJLT TECHNICAL SESSION – VII
Session Chairmen:
1) Prof. B. B. Bhattacharya, S. N. Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences, Kolkata
2) Dr. O. P. Pandey, NGRI, Hyderabad
Keynote Address – 1 Dr. Walter D. Mooney
USGS, California, USA
Disaster! The Essential Role of Geoscientists in Mitigating Natural and Manmade Disasters
Keynote Address – 2 Prof. Michael Pasyanos
Lawrence Livermore National Lab., USA
Attenuation of the Crust and Upper Mantle: Method, Results, and Applications
Invited Talk – 1 Prof. J. R. Kayal
School of Oceanographic Studies, Jadavpur University, Kolkata and ISM
Seismotectonics of Southeast Asia
Invited Talk – 2 Dr. Prantik Mandal
National Geophysical Research Institute, Hyderabad
Crustal and lithospheric processes responsible for generating the intraplate earthquakes occurring in the Kachchh rift zone, Gujarat, India
Technical Paper – 2 S. Mohanty
Dept. of Applied Geology, ISM
The pattern of plate motion and crustal strain of a part of the Indian plate: Implications for the stable continental interior seismicity
Technical Paper – 3 A. Chattopadhyay* and Pato Kumari
*Dept. of Applied Mathematics, ISM and Department of Mathematics, JUIT, Waknaghat, Himachal Pradesh
Propagation of G type seismic waves in a homogeneous isotropic layer over a non homogeneous isotropic half space
Technical Paper – 4 Prosanta K. Khan, Prabhat Kumar and Gargi Mukherjee
Dept. of Applied Geophysics, ISM
Role of plate obliquity and lithosphere geometry behind the occurrences of moderate to great earthquakes along the Myanmar-Andaman- Sumatra subduction margin

Technical Paper – 6 Harihar Paudyal* and P. N. S. Roy
*Department of Physics, Tribhuvan University, Nepal and Dept. of Applied Geophysics, ISM
Fractal nature of earthquake occurrence in South Central Tibet
11:30 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. HIGH TEA

12th Jan. 2011
11:45 a.m. – 01:30 p.m.
GJLT TECHNICAL SESSION – VIII
Session Chairmen:
1) Dr. G. Srikanth, RIL, Mumbai
2) Dr. Indrajit Dutta, DGH, Delhi
Keynote Address-1 Dr. G. Srikanth
Reliance Industries Ltd., Mumbai
4th paradigm of science in Hydrocarbon Exploration & Production
Keynote Address-2 Dr. S. Phadke
Computational Research Laboratories Ltd.
Accelerating Hydrocarbon Exploration with High Performance Computing
Technical Paper – 1 G. P. Karmakar
Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Gandhinagar
Challenges and Prospects of Shale Gas as Future Fuel
Technical Paper – 2 V. L. N. Avadhani, R. V. Rao, Asim Samanta, O. P. Srivastava
CEWELL, ONGC, Baroda
Realistic Formation evaluation of an unconventional reservoir in an Exploratory Well – A Case study
Technical Paper – 3 Swarup Sarkar
Cairn India Ltd., Delhi
Practical solutions to everyday challenges in oil & gas exploration and development by appropriate application of technology
Technical Paper – 4 Vinay Sharma$, Somnath Chattopadhyaya*, Sergej Hloch
$BIT, Mesra, Ranchi, *Dept. of Mechanical and Mining Machinery Engg., ISM and Manufacturing Technologies of Košice, Prešov, Slovak Republic
Multi Response Optimization of cutting Coal through water jet
Technical Paper – 5 Upendra K. Singh
Dept. of Applied Geophysics, ISM
Automatic Identification of stratigraphy via Fuzzy Inference System
Technical Paper – 6 Shilpi Gupta and Partha Pratim Mandal
Dept. of Applied Geophysics, ISM
Geophysical well logging: A contribution to fracture identification & evaluation
Technical Paper – 7 Aumeya Bhattacharya
Dept. of Applied Geophysics, ISM
Applications of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance log in Permeability and Texture prediction: A case study from a Deepwater Setting, East Coast of India
01:30 p.m. – 02:30 p.m. LUNCH

12th Jan. 2011
02:30 p.m. – 03:45 p.m.
GJLT TECHNICAL SESSION – IX
Session Chairmen:
1) Shri P. K. Pal, Essar Mineral Resources Ltd., Mumbai
2) Dr. A. K. Singh, CIMFR, Dhanbad
Keynote Address Dr. P. C. Chandra
Ex-Regional Director, Central Ground Water Board
Geophysical Exploration for Ground Water in Jharkhand: Status and Challenges
Technical Paper – 1 Subhasis Sen
Retd. Scientist, CSIR
An Expansion-Based Global Tectonics for Explaining the Earth System
Technical Paper – 2 P. K. Hazra and K. S. N. Sahay
Exploration Division, CMPDI, Ranchi
Application of Geophysical Techniques in Coal Exploration – An Overview
Technical Paper – 3 P. K. Hazra, K. N. Chaturvedi, A. Santikari and N. P. Srivastava
Exploration Division, CMPDI, Ranchi
Successful Use of Magnetic Survey in Locating Burried HEMM under Dump’ Case Studies
Technical Paper – 4 Sayan Ghosh#, Rima Chatterjee, A. K. Singh* and Manish Kumar Singh$
#CMPDI, Bhubaneswar, Dept. of Applied Geophysics, ISM, *CIMFR, Dhanbad and $MDI, Asansol
Exploration of CBM reservoirs in Raniganj coalfield using geophysical logging tools
Technical Paper – 5 Biswajit Paul
Dept. of Environmental Science and Engineering, ISM
Geological Investigation for Sustainable Mine Closure Strategy of Jharia Coalfield- India
Technical Paper – 6 Shreeman Narayan Tiwary
Department of Physics, St. Xavier’s College, Ranchi
Measurement of dielectric constant of coal samples
03:45 p.m. – 04:00 p.m. TEA

12th Jan. 2011
04:00 p.m. – 05:15 p.m.
GJLT TECHNICAL SESSION – X
Session Chairmen:
1) Prof. J. R. Kayal, School of Oceanographic Studies, Jadavpur Univ.
2) Dr. Olga O. Erteleva, Russian Academy of Science
Keynote Address – 1 Prof. Shamita Das and David P Robinson
Dept. of Earth Sciences, Oxford University
Effect of subducting seafloor topography on the rupture characteristics of great subduction zone earthquakes
Keynote Address – 2 Dr. Olga O. Erteleva
Russian Academy of Science
Accuracy of Seismic Treatments Assessments
Technical Paper -1
P. K. Khan
Dept. of Applied Geophysics, ISM
Study of Seismicity in Eastern Indian Shield Using ISM Broadband Digital Seismic Data
Technical Paper – 2
A. Chattopadhya, S. Gupta, A. K. Singh and S. A. Sahu
Dept. of Applied Mathematics, ISM
G-type Seismic wave in Low velocity Magnetoelastic Monoclinic Layer
Technical Paper – 3
S. Gupta, A. Chattopadhyay and S. Kundu
Dept. of Applied Mathematics, ISM
G type seismic waves propagation in an isotropic layer over a transversely isotropic half-space under initial stress
Technical Paper – 4
G Dutta *, M. Shireesha** and T. Harinarayana**
*Dept. of Applied Geophysics, ISM and ** NGRI, Hyderabad
Resolution analysis of magnetotelluric 1D inversion modeling

04:00 p.m. – 05:00 p.m
Management Studies Hall INDUSTRY ACADEMIA INTERACTION
Prof. P. R. Mohanty, Head, Dept. of Applied Geophysics, ISM
Shri P. S. Mishra, BCCL Coal India Ltd.
Dr. S. K. Singh, Essar Energy
Shri S. K. Thakur, MECL,Ranchi
Shri P. K. Pal, EMRL,Mumbai
Dr. Kalachand Sain, NGRI, Hyderabad
Dr. Walter D Mooney, USGS, USA
Prof. Michael Pasyanos, Lawrence Livermore National Lab., USA Prof. Prof. Eileen Vergino, Lawrence Livermore National Lab., USA
Dr. Indrajit Dutta, DGH, Delhi
Dr. A. K. Singh, CIMFR
06:00 p.m. – 07:00 p.m. CULTURAL PROGRAMME
08:00 p.m. – 09:00 p.m. DINNER

13th Jan. 2011
09:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
GJLT TECHNICAL SESSION – XI
Session Chairmen:
1) Prof. Dhruba Mukhopadhya, Raman Centre for Applied and Interdisciplinary Sciences, Kolkata
2) Prof. L. K. Das, Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad
Keynote Address – 1 Dr. S. K. Singh
Essar Energy, Mumbai
Coal Bed Methane Development in India – Essar Approach

Keynote Address – 2 Dr. D. Saha
Central Ground Water Board
Ground water development issues in hard rock areas of India

Technical Paper – 1
Dewashish Kumar, S. Thiagarajan, Y. Ratnakumari and S. N. Rai
National Geophysical Research Institute, Hyderabad
Deciphering potential Aquifer Zone in Deccan Basalt crystalline rock using Electrical Resistivity Imaging Technique
Technical Paper – 2
Arkoprovo Biswas, S. P. Sharma, Saikat Sengupta* and Anindya Sarkar
Dept. of Geology and Geophysics, IIT, Kharagpur and *Department of Earth Sciences, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
Schlumberger Resistivity Survey over the Subsurface Alluvium Aquifer of Barasat (West Bengal): Implication to Arsenic Contamination
Technical Paper – 3
R. N. Singh#, Rajeev Ranjan Kumar$, D. V. Ramana# and H. N. Pollack*
#NGRI, Hyderabad, $IIT, Kharagpur and *Department of Geological Sciences, University of Michigan
An analytical model for near surface transient thermal structure in presence of combined effects of climate and vertical groundwater flows with Robbin type boundary condition at the surface
Technical Paper – 4
R. N. Singh#, Rajeev Ranjan Kumar$, D. V. Ramana# and H. N. Pollack*
#NGRI, Hyderabad, $IIT, Kharagpur and *Department of Geological Sciences, University of Michigan
Modeling near surface temperature with mixed type boundary condition for periodic air temperature and vertical groundwater flow
Technical Paper – 5
Mritunjay Kumar Singh, Nav Kumar Mahato* and Shafique Ahamad
Dept. of Applied Mathematics, ISM and *Bengal Engineering College, Kolkata
Solute Transport Model with Transient Groundwater Flow in Homogeneous Semi-infinite Aquifer: Analytical Solution
Technical Paper – 6
Animesh Mandal, William K. Mohanty, S. P. Sharma and Saibal Gupta
Dept. of Geology and Geophysics, IIT Kharagpur
Integrated gravity and magnetic studies for delineation of chromite deposit at Tangarparha, Orissa
Technical Paper – 7 N. Muniappan, A. Hebsur, B. Divya Priya, E. P. Rao, G. Venkatachalam
Dept. of Civil Engineering IIT, Mumbai
Subsurface Object Detection and Classification using Ground Penetrating Radar and Support Vector Machines
11:30 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. HIGH TEA

13th Jan. 2011
11:45 a.m. – 01:30 p.m.
GJLT TECHNICAL SESSION – XII
Session Chairmen:
1) Prof. R. K. S. Chauhan, Lucknow University
2) Dr. Prantik Mondal, NGRI, Hyderabad

Keynote Address-1 Prof. Felix F. Aptikaev
Russian Academy of Science, Moscow
Three Types of PGA Attenuation Equations
Keynote Address-2 Dr. Elena Yu. Sokolova and Dr. W. G. Naryn
Russian Academy of Science
Deep geoelectrical images of distant and frontal effect zones of the India-Eurasia collision
Technical Paper – 1 Om Prakash Pandey
NGRI, Hyderabad
Effect of 65 Ma Deccan Volcanism on the Seismic and crustal Structure of the Archean Dharwar craton (Southern India)
Technical Paper – 2 Saurabh Baruah and Dipok Kumar Bora
Geoscience Division, North-East Institute of Science and Technology, Assam
Moho Depth Variation in the Shillong-Mikir Hills Plateau in North Eastern Region of India Estimated from Reflected and Converted Waves
Technical Paper – 3 Jacques Angelier and Saurabh Baruah*
Observatoire Océanologique de Villefranche (UPMC) and Géosciences Azur Villefranche-sur-Mer and *North-East Institute of Science and Technology, Assam
Seismotectonics in Northeast India: A Stress Analysis of Focal Mechanisms of Earthquakes and Its Kinematic Implications
Technical Paper – 4 David P. Robinson and Shamita Das
Department of Earth Sciences, Oxford University
Conditions for earthquake supershear ruptures and identification of potential supershear faults worldwide
Technical Paper – 5 A. Devi* and S. Kalita
*Dept. of Physics, Arya Vidyapeeth College, Guwahati and Dept. of Environmental Science, Gauhati University, Guwahati
Modification of Richter’s MS-mb Relation For Northeast India and It’s Adjoining Region
Technical Paper – 6
Sohini Roy, Uma Ghosh*, Sugata Hazra and J. R. Kayal
School of Oceanographic Studies, Jadavpur University, Kolkata and *Lalbaba College, Howrah
Fractal Dimension and b-value Mapping in the Andaman-Sumatra Subduction Zone
Technical Paper – 7
Arpita Roy
Dept. of Applied Geophysics, ISM
Understanding Rock Texture through Log Measurements –A Case Study
01:30 p.m. – 02:30 p.m. LUNCH

Valedictory Programme of International Seminar
Recent Advances in Geosciences “RAG” on Jan. 13, 2011
02:30 p.m. – 03:30 p.m. Valedictory Session
Chief Guest Dr. S. C. Dhiman
Chairman, Central Ground Water Board
Concluding Remarks Chairman, RAG-2011
Prize Distribution (for Students’ Presentation) Chief Guest
Remarks from the Delegates Paper presenter / Distinguished delegates
Remarks and Introduction of Chief Guest Director
ISM, Dhanbad
Valedictory Address Chief Guest
Memento Presentation
Vote of Thanks Organizing Secretary, RAG-2011
03:30 p.m. – 04:00 p.m. HIGH TEA

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