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Dr. Santiswarup Sahoo

Santiswarup Sahoo Name : Dr.   Santiswarup Sahoo
Designation : Assistant Professor
Qualification : Ph.D. (IIT Kanpur)
Phone No. : +91- 9616458048
E-mail ID : sahoosantiswarup(at)gmail(dot)com
  • Active Tectonics
  • Paleoseismology
  • Remote Sensing and GIS
  • Structural Geology, Aerial Photography, Remote Sensing and GIS, Ore Geology, Geomorphology,
  1. Guidance :
    1. MPhil Guidance:
      Sl No  Name of the Scholar Year of award of Degree Topic of MPhil Thesis Summary of the Research Outcome
      1 Mr. Jitunandan Pradhan 2017
      2 Mr. Sridhar Sahu 2018
      3 Ms. Alisha Mohapatra 2016
    2. PhD Guidance:
      Sl No  Name of the Scholar Year of award of Degree Registration No Name of the Co-guide if any Fellowship received if any during research Topic of PhD Thesis Summary of the Research Outcome
  2. Journal Publications :
    1. International Publications:
      1 Malik, J.N., Sahoo, S., Satuluri, S., and Okumura, K., 2015. Active Fault and Paleoseismic Studies in Kangra Valley: Evidence of Surface Rupture of a Great Himalayan 1905 Kangra Earthquake (Mw 7.8), Northwest Himalaya, India. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America. Vol. 105, pp. 2325-2342. -,
      2 Malik, J.N., Shah, A., Naik, S.P., Sahoo, S., Okumura, K. and Patra, N.R., 2014. Deflection of Dabka and Baur River in frontal zone of Himalaya: Evidence of lateral propagation of active fault and related folding, foothill zone of Kumaun Himalaya, India, Current Science, v. 106, No. 2, 2014. -,
      3 Malik, J. N., Gadhavi, M. S., Satuluri, S., Kumar, S., Sahoo, S., Vikrama, B., Unravelling the hidden truth from Vigukot in the Great Rann of Kachchh, western India by surface and sub-surface mapping, Current Science (2017), Vol, 113 -,
      4 Sahoo, S., Malik, J.N., 2017, Active fault topography along Kangra Valley Fault in the epicentral zone of 1905 Mw7.8 earthquake NW Himalaya, India, Quaternary International, -,
      5 Malik, Javed N., Naik, Sambit P., Sahoo, Santiswarup., Okumura, Koji., Mohanty, Asmita., 2016, Paleoseismic evidence of the 1505 CE (?) and 1803 CE earthquakes from the foothill zone of the Kumaon Himalaya along the Himalayan frontal thrust (HFT), India, Tectonophysics, doi: 10.1016/j.tecto.2016.07.026 -,
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  3. Conference Publication(Presented/Published in proceedings):
    1 Sahoo, S., Malik, J. N., and Okumura K., 2013, Active Fault study in Kangra Valley, NW Himalaya, India, AOGS, Brisbane, Australia.
    2 Malik, J. N., and Sahoo, S., 2011, Preliminary study on active faults around Mandi region, NW Himalaya, India, International Geoscience Program (IGCP), Gandhinagar, India.
    3 Okumura, K., Malik, J. N., Dikshit, O., Kato, I., Sahoo, S., Pasari, S., Mohanty, A., Takemoto, H., 2012, Preliminary study on active fault in Kangra valley, NW Himalaya, India, Japan Geoscience Union (JGU), Tokyo.
    4 Malik, J. N., Okumura, K., Sahoo, S., Mohanty, A., Naik, S. P., 2013, Evidence of Right Lateral strike slip fault in Kangra Valley, India, American Geophysical Union (AGU), San Francisco, USA.
    5 Sahoo, S., Malik, J. N., 2014, Traces of Right Lateral Strike-slip Active Fault from the Kangra Valley, NW Himalaya, India, European Geosciences Union (EGU), Vienna, Austria.
    6 Sahoo, S., Malik, J. N., Okumura, K., Pasari, S., Dikshit, O., 2014,  Active Fault and Paleoseismic investigations in the Kangra Valley, NW Himalaya, India, Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS), Sapporo, Japan.
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1 Workshop on “Earthquake related Disasters” organised by Z.H. College of Engineering and Technology, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh in April, 2012.
2 Training workshop on “Active Fault Mapping and paleoseismology” organised by Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, Kanpur in October, 2015.
3 International workshop on “Geodynamics of the Himalayan Arc: Knowledge update from the April 25, 2015 Gorkha, Nepal earthquake” organised by Ministry of Earth Sciences, New Delhi in January, 2016.
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