Department Details

Department of Geology

1)    Harshe, S., Jonnalagadda, M., Duraiswami, R., Benoit, M., Grégoire, M., Karmalkar, N. (2022,March, 25). Formation of corona structures from the troctolitic gabbros of Chainigund, Kargil, Ladakh, NW Himalayas, India: Petrological implications. Proceedings of EGU General Assembly 2022(pp.EGU22-3865). Vienna, Austria: Copernicus Meetings.
2)    Gaikwad, H., Umrikar, B., Majumdar, M., Krishnaiah, C. (2021,March, 26-28). Appraising Prolific Zones of Groundwater in hard rock phreatic aquifers from sub-watersheds of Upper Bhima Basin, Western India using Geospatial and MIF techniques . In K. Khatua (Eds.), Proceedings of 25th Hydro 2020 International Conference(pp.1246). Rourkela; India: Paramount Publishing House. ISBN: 9789390631568.
3)    Mukhopadhyay, S., Sinha, S., Sangode, S., Narayan, V., Jaiswal, M. (2021,December, 13-17). Tectono-climatic imprints on the morphometric and sedimentologic developments in the Damodar River basin, Eastern India. Proceedings of AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts(pp.EP45C-1531). India: American Geophysical Union.
4)    Gudadhe, S. S., Sangode, S., Meshram, D., Supekar, A. (2020,March, 2-8). Environmental magnetic baseline mapping of Delhi Soils: Implications to Soil degradation measures. In S. Ghosh(Eds.), Proceedings of Geosciences: The Basic Science for a Sustainable Future(pp.3458-3459). Delhi, India: Geological Society of India. ISBN: 9789380998459.
5)    Shaikh, M., Herlekar, M., Umrikar, B.N. (2019,November, 28-29). Appraisal of artificial recharge zones for groundwater in Basaltic terrain of upper Yerala river basin, Maharashtra. In A.M. Pophare (Eds.), Proceedings of Challenges in Groundwater and Surface Water Resources in India. Nagpur; India: Gondwana Geological Society.
6)    Yenkie, R., Malpe, D., Marghade, D., Meshram, D., Hazarika, B. (2019,November, 25-28). Evaluation of Groundwater Quality in Rural Part of Central India with Special Emphasis on Fluoride Concentration. In H. Chenchouni(Eds.), Proceedings of Conference of the Arabian Journal of Geosciences(pp.557–560). Sousse; Tunisia: Springer. ISBN: 9783030725426/9783030725457.
7)    Monterio, A.J., Duraiswami, R.A., Pujari, S.J., Absar, A., Low, U., Karmalkar, N. R. (2019,April, 12). Petrophysical variations within the basaltic lava flows from Tural-Rajawadi hot springs, Western India and their bearing on the viability of low-enthalpy geothermal systems. Proceedings of IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science(pp.012004). Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky; Russian Federation: Institute of Physics Publishing. ISBN: 1755-1307.
8)    Youbi, N., El Hachimi, H., Bensalah, M.K., Madeira, J., Boumehdi, M.A., Sheth, H., Duraiswami, R., Mata, J., Martins, L., Chellai, E.H., Marzoli, A. (2018,April, 25-27). Morphology, architecture and emplacement of the Central Atlantic Magmatic Province (CAMP) basaltic successions in Morocco, and comparisons with the Deccan (India) and Parana (Brazil) traps. Proposal of a new facies model for the emplacement of the Continental Flood Basalt. Proceedings of 2nd International Congress on Permian and Triassic(pp.50-52). Casablanca, Morocco.
9)    Shaikh, M., Herlekar, M., Umrikar, B. (2017,June, 17). Evaluation of Multiple Hydrometerological Factors for Prioritization of Water Stress Areas in the Upper Yerala River Basin, Satara, Maharashtra, India. In P.M. Pawar(Eds.), Proceedings of Techno-Societal 2016, International Conference on Advanced Technologies for Societal Applications(pp.37-51). Pandharpur; India: Springer. ISBN: 978319535555.
10)    Kadam, A., Sankhua, R.N., Jain, R.K., Umrikar, B., Srivastava, R. (2017,February, 18-19). Site suitability analysis for small multi-purpose dams using Rockware. Proceedings of Compendium of Technical Papers(pp.360-365). Roorkee; India: Ministry of Water Resources.
11)    Jonnalagadda, M.K., Karmalkar, N.R., Duraiswami, R.A. (2016,Janaury, 5-7). Quartz-Coesite phase transformations in garnet from Tso Morari Eclogites, Ladakh, NW Himalayas, India . Proceedings of International Seminar on Mineral Processing Technology- Innovations in Mineral Processing(pp.304). Mumbai; India: Indian Institute of Mineral Engineers.
12)    Sangode, S.J. (2016,October, 21-23). Stratigraphy, Sedimentation, Tectonic and Paleoclimatic applications of Magnetic Methods in the Siwalik sequence of the Himalaya. Proceedings of Annual General Meeting of the Geological Society of India(pp.376-379). Kharagpur; India: Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur.
13)    Mohanty, D.P. (2016,February, 15-16). Study of mesoscopic structural features along the margins of Cauvery Suture Zone, southern India. In A.P. Pradeepkumar(Eds.), Proceedings of Proceeding UGC-SAP DRS II & Current Trends in Earth System Sciences(CTESS) Seminar Shear zones and crustal blocks of southern India (pp.14-23). Kerala; India: Dept. of Geology, University of Kerala. ISBN: 9788192344959.
14)    Karmalkar, N.R., Duraiswami, R.A., Jonnalagadda, M.K., Griffin, W.L., Gregoire, M., Benoit, M., Delpech, G. (2015,November). Magma types and source characterization of the early Deccan Magmatism, Kutch Region, NW India: Insights from Geochemistry of Igneous Intrusions. Proceedings of Recent Studies on the Geology of Kachchh(pp.193-208).
15)    Belkin, H.E., Pandalai, H.S., Shirole, P.D., Mookherjee, A., Marathe, T.S. (2014,January, 21-23). Development of rubies during Archaen – Neo Proterozoic – Early Cambrian: Signals of transitory deep-shallow crustal dynamics. Proceedings of International seminar on Sedimentary Processes and Metallogeny through Time(pp.25). Dharwad; India: SDM College of Engineering and Technology.
16)    Umrikar, B.N., Dorge, S., Kate, P. (2014,October, 29 -November, 1). Land use / Land cover change detection using RS-GIS: A Case Study of Pirangut Watershed, Taluka Mulshi, Pune. In K.R. Reddy(Eds.), Proceedings of Proceedings of 4th International Conference on Hydrology and watershed management(pp.23-27). Telangana; India. ISBN: 9788184249521.
17)    Shirole, P., Mookherjee, A., Marathe, T. (2014,January, 17-19). Statistical modeling of geochemical data of ruby (corundum) bearing rocks from South India and its crustal implications. Proceedings of Geosciences for Mineral Development and Environmental Challenges (pp.238-248). New Delhi; India: Capital Publishing.
18)    Patil, M.B., Desai, C.G., Umrikar, B.N. (2012,February, 23-24). Comparative study of nearest neighbour and bilinear interpolation raster transformation techniques for predicting urbanization. Proceedings of 6th national conference on Computing for Nation Development (INDIACom-2012)(pp.509-512). Delhi; India: Bharati Vidyapeeth's Institute of Computer Applications and Management (BVICAM). ISBN: 9789380544038/0973-7529.
19)    Srivastava, P., Sangode, S.J., Gudadhe, S.S., Meshram (2012,December). Deccan Bole Beds: Mineral magnetism, interpretation and genesis. Proceedings of InAGU Fall Meeting Abstracts(pp.GP41A-1092). India: American Geophysical Union.
20)    Gaikwad. S.K, Kouhsari, M., Pawar, N.J. (2012,December, 20-21). Geochemistry of groundwaters from the upper Vel River basin, part of Pune district, Maharashtra. In C. Mayilswami(Eds.), Proceedings of Fifth International Groundwater Conference (IGWC-2012) on the assessment and management of groundwater resources in hard rock systems with special reference to basaltic terrain.(pp.1062-1091). Aurangabad; India: Department of Geology, Maulana Azad College, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India.
21)    Patil, M.B., Desai, C.G., Umrikar, B.N. (2012,December, 10-12). Input database preparation for urban growth prediction model through RS-GIS techniques. In Farhat Surve(Ed.), Proceedings of Perspectives of Computer Confluence with Science, Track IV – Earth Sciences(pp.247-251). ISBN: 9382062769/9789382062769.

Publication Before 2011

22)    Chalapathi Rao, N.V., Kamde, G.D., Kale, H.S., Dongre, A. (2008). Geological setting and petrographic diversity of the lamproite dykes of the northern and north eastern margin of the Cuddapah basin, southern India. In Srivastava Rajesh K(Eds.), Proceedings of Indian Dykes: Geochemistry, Geochronology and Geophysics(pp.281-290). New Delhi; India: Narosa Publishing House. ISBN: 9788173198779.
23)    Srikantappa, C., Mookherjee, A. (2008,November, 12-14). Water, Aqueous, H2O-CO2 and Gaseous Inclusions in Cavity Minerals in the Basaltic Lava flows around Pune, India: Evidence for Boiling. Proceedings of Proceedings of the Second Meeting of the Asian Current Research on Fluid Inclusions (ACROFI–2)(pp.176). Kharagpur; India.
24)    Thigale, S.S., Duraiswami, R.A., Umrikar, B.N. (2006,May). Some Hydrogeological aspects of the Shallow Beach rock (Calc-Arenite) Aquifers along Maharashtra Coast. In Y. Jun Xu(Eds.), Proceedings of Aih 25th Anniversary Meeting & International Conference on Coastal Environment and Water Quality. UAE: Water Resources Publication. ISBN: 1887201475/9781887201476.
25)    Mookherjee, A. (2003,January, 17-21). Thermal behaviour of Zeolites and other hydrous Cavity minerals from western Maharashtra, India. In M. Narul Hassan (Eds.), Proceedings of International Conference on The role of Natural Resources & Environment in sustainable Development in South and South East Asia (NESDA)(pp.84). Dhaka; Bangladesh.
26)    Thigale, S.S., Duraiswami, R.A., Meshram, D.C. (1998,March, 3). Augmentation of physical factor for salinity hazard in GIS: A study based on the coastal aquifers of Maharashtra, India. . Proceedings of Proceedings of International Symposium on Application of Remote Sensing and GIS to Disaster Reduction(pp.175-183). Tsukuba; Japan.
27)    Apte, A. (1995,December, 20-21). Thermal Behaviour of Goosecreekite from Nasik, India. In S.R. Dharwadkar (Eds.), Proceedings of Proceedings of the Tenth National Synposium on Thermal Analysis(pp.120 -121). Kanpur; India: Indian Thermal Analysis Society.
28)    Apte, A., Phadke, A.V. (1994,September, 4-9). Thermal Behaviour of Fibrous Zeolites of the Natrolite Group. In M. Pasero (Eds.), Proceedings of Proceedings of 16th General Meeting of IMA'94(pp.326-327). Pisa; Italy: Socitea' Italiana Di Mineralogia E Petrologia.
29)    Apte, A., Phadke, A.V (1993,November, 8-10). Thermoanalytical studies on Apophyllite from Pune, India. In P.V. Ravindran (Eds.), Proceedings of Proceedings of the Ninth National Symposium on Thermal Analysis(pp.456-459). Bambolim; Goa: Indian Thermal Analysis Society.