Significant results in crustal scale seismic research at the Institute include delineation of the south-easterly dipping West Bengal sedimentary basin and the Hinge zone (relict of continental and proto-oceanic crustal boundary formed during the rifting of India from Antarctic) using seismic refraction tomography, delineation of sub-Trappean Mesozoic sediments in Saurashtra peninsula and Deccan Volcanic Province, imaging of sub-Trappean Gondwana sediments from CDP seismic reflection data in south Rewa basin, detection of hidden active faults in Kutch which can be associated with the seismicity.
A technique of finite difference full wave form modeling and imaging of tilted transverse isotropic media has been developed for specialized applications for hydrocarbon exploration in fold-thrust belts and similar active mountainous areas.
|Mr. S. Raju||Senior Principal Scientist|
|Dr. L. Behera||Principal Scientist|
|Dr. Ranjana Ghosh||Senior Scientist|
|Dr. Biswajit Mandal||Senior Scientist|
|Mr. Surya Prakasa Rao G||Principal Technical Officer|
|Mr. Venkat Rao N||Senior Technical Officer (2)|
|Mr. Karuppannan P||Technical Officer|
|Mr. Sai Vijay Kumar P||Technical Officer|
|Mr. Prem Kumar N||Technical Assistant|
|Mrs. Renuka K||Technical Assistant|
|Mr. Das K||Senior Technician (1)|
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