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Advances in Earth Sciences, Vol. 2

Satish C. Tripathi, Satish Serial, 2011, xvi, 362 p, ISBN : 8189304925, $120.00 (Includes free airmail shipping)

Advances in Earth Sciences, Vol. 2

Contents: Preface. Introduction. 1. Nonlinear steady-state heat conduction model for the Indian crust/A. Manglik and R.N. Singh. 2. Time Lapse (4D) seismic: some case studies/N. Vedanti, A. Pathak, R.P. Srivastava and V.P. Dimri. 3. Wavelet analysis of geophysical time series/Ashutosh Chamoli. 4. Application of magnetotelluric technique in selection of earth electrode sties for HVDC transmission systems: an example from NE India/A. Manglik, S.K. Verma, R.P. Sasmal and D. Muralidharan. 5. Structure of the curst beneath Qamar Basin, Eastern Yemen based on gravity and magnetic modeling/Adel Hamood Lutf Naji and M.R. Janardhana. 6. Stress response around fracture surface under uniaxial loading/T.N. Singh and A.K. Verma. 7. Radiolarian abundance - a monsoon proxy responding to the earth’s orbital forcing: inferences on the mid-brunhes climate shift/Shyam Murti Gupta. 8. Comparison of the accuracy of SST estimate by Artificial Neural Networks (ANN) and other quantitative methods using radiolarian data from the Antarctic and Pacific Oceans/Shyam M. Gupta and Bjorn A. Malmgren. 9. Seasonal and inter-annual variability of chlorophyll-a in the Arabian Sea from SeaWiFS Data/Rajeev Mudgal, Mihir K. Dash and P.C. Pandey. 10. Active tectonics in the outer Himalaya: dating a landslide event in the Kumaun Sector/Rameshwar Bali, A.R. Bhattacharya and T.N. Singh. 11. Dynamics of a river system - the case of the Kosi River in North Bihar/Rajiv Sinha. 12. Decapod fossils from the Bhuban Formation, Surma Group, Aizawl, Mizoram/Victor Z. Ralte, Lalchawimawii, J. Malswama and R.P. Tiwari. 13. Taxonomic placement of a Holectypoid echinoid genus Srivastava and Singh, 2001/D.K. Srivastava. 14. Microscopic examination of concrete with and without corrosion inhibitor/B.N. Singh, P.P. Abhilash, V. Kumar and M.A. Quraishi. 15. Terrestrial impact structures and their confirmation: example from Dhala structure, Central India/J.K. Pati, K. Prakash and R. Kundu. 16. Impact of ‘Urban Development’ on mangrove forests along the West Coast of the Arabian Gulf/M. Asif Khan and Arun Kumar. 17. Radon time series and earthquake signals -- a study by SSNTD at Matigara (Darjeeling), India/Dipak Ghosh, Argha Deb, Subrata Haldar, Swarup Ranjan Sahoo and Rosalima Sengupta. 18. Sun-earth-cosmic connection to understand early warning of earthquakes/Saumitra Mukherjee. 19. Surface ozone pollution during the festival of Diwali at New Delhi, India/Nandita D. Ganguly. 20. Possibility of artificial recharge in overdeveloped miniwatersheds: an RS-GIS approach/Bhagyashri C. Maggirwar and Bhavana N. Umrikar. 21. Assessment and impacts of surface water environment in and around Jabalpur City, Madhya Pradesh, India/Medha Jha and Sanjay Tignath. 22. Water resource revaluation and management for Morar River Basin, Gwalior District, Madhya Pradesh, using GIS/P.K. Singh and U.C. Singh. 23. Impact of change in forest cover on soil status in Kahmil Watershed, J and K, Using Geo-spatial tools/Pervez Ahmed. 24. Study of hydrological soil properties of salt affected areas around Gohana, Sonipat District, Haryana/V.K. Choubey, Omkar Singh and S.L. Srivastava. 25. Hydro-meterological disasters in milieu of climate change: risk management, adaptation and data needs/Anil K. Gupta, Sreeja S. Nair and Vinay K. Sehgal.

The Advances in Earth Sciences is a multidisciplinary book series addressed to all the domains of earth sciences. It is an attempt to bring the researches in all the spheres of the Earth at a single platform to appraise earth scientists about the recent developments in various disciplines in order to promote multidomain interaction and research.

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