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Publications by [Malik J. N.]

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The main aim of this paper is to document the geomorphic expression of active faulting based on remote sensingapproach and supplement the occurrence of one single large magnitude event 600 years or so ago along the Himalayan Frontal Thrust (HFT) as deduced ...
Reference: Himalayan Geology, Vol. 29 (2), 2008, pp.109-117 Printed in India
In this paper, we document several new active fault traces along Katrol Hill Fault (KHF) as well as associated geomorphic features, fault exposure along newly identified Bhuj Fault (Morino et al communicated) and trench investigation at Wandhay site.
Reference: J. Earth Syst. Sci. 117, No. 3, June 2008, pp. 181-188
In this paper, we report the nature of active fault, event horizons, and a net-slip during a single faulting event, though the dating for Optically Stimulated Luminescence (OSL) is still in process. The data generated from this study will be very significant ...
Reference: Journal of Active Fault Research, Japan, 29: 71-79, 2008
This article is an attempt to compile all scattered information to serve as a comprehensive technical reference. Further, the article surveys the various applications where CORONA data have been used and assesses the potential of these data. Due to low cost, ...
Filed under: Geology -  General Geology
Reference: CURRENT SCIENCE, VOL. 92, NO. 7, 10 APRIL 2007
The frontal fault system - the Himalayan Frontal Thrust (HFT) associated with the foreland fold - Janauri Anticline, along with other major as well as secondary hinterland thrust faults, provides an ideal site to study the ongoing tectonic activity which has ...
Reference: Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 29 (2007) 604-618
This paper is about two field campaigns (March 2005 and March 2006) for measurements of biological indicators and eyewitness accounts confirm that large coseismic and postseismic surface deformation occurred over the Andaman Islands in association with the ...
Reference: GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS, VOL. 34, 2007
It is reported in this note the farthest recorded liquefaction phenomenon near Jammu as sequel to the Mw 7.6, 8 October, 2005 Muzaffarabad earthquake of Kashmir.
Reference: Jourtnal Geological Society of India Vol.69, January 2007, pp.39-41
A total of 24 m Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) profiles acquired across the 6 m high Pinjore Garden Fault(PGF) scarp with 200 MHz antenna, yielded highresolution subsurface image with penetration depthup to 6 m.With this attempt we suggest that the GPR technique ...
Reference: CURRENT SCIENCE, VOL. 93, NO. 10, 25 NOVEMBER 2007
<p>Plate tectonics after the 26 December 2004 Great Sumatra earthquake resulted in major topological changes in the Andaman and Nicobar islands. Aerial and land reconnaissance surveys of those islands after the earthquake provide evidence of spectacular plate ...
Reference: Earthquake Spectra, Volume 22, No. S3, pages S43–S66, June 2006
Plate tectonics after the 26 December 2004 Great Sumatra earthquake resulted in major topological changes in the Andaman and Nicobar islands. Aerial and land reconnaissance surveys of those islands after the earthquake provide evidence of spectacular plate ...
Reference: Earthquake Spectra, Volume 22, No. S3, pages S43-S66, June 2006