Department of Geology
News and Publication of the Department
Mr. Mohammed Sultan Al-Shayef, a research scholar of the Department of Geology has been selected as a representative of Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) in Yemen. The success of the student is a testimony of his hard work, dedication and guidance offered by the faculty members. The department will continue to provide all facilities to its students to excel in their career.
Lecture by Dr. Mirza Arshad Beg of Universiti Tecnologi Petronas, Malaysia delivered lectures on : 1. Reservoir Characterization and Modelling and (2) Field Development Plan on March 12, 2019 in the Dept of Geology.
Mr. Usman Aarif Khan awarded best paper presentation Award in GEOYOUTH at Udaipur on Feb 23-24, 2019
Mr. Mir Md Ramiz appointed as Officer in National Mineral Development Corporation (NMDC) in December 2018.
Prof. M E A Mondal awarded National Geoscience Award 2017
List of NET/JRF students Dec 2017
Rajiullah Khan AIR-14
Muhammad Zaid AIR-75
Lata Udsaiya AIR-95
Usman Arif Chaudhri
List of students those who have qualified Combined Geoscientist and Geologist Exam-2017
1. Ms. Naima Akhtar (AIR 4)
2. Ms. Lata Udsaiya (AIR 6)
3. Mr. Md. Sarif Khan (AIR 19)
4. Mr. M Suhail Salim (AIR 24)
Mr. Mir Md Ramiz, Research Scholar, Department of Geology, AMU Aligarh has been adjudged 2nd in an event named GEOSHOTS organized by the BHU Geoscience Student Chapter of American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG), Asia Pacific Region on August 25, 2017.
Mr. Md Sayad Rahaman, Research Scolar appointed as Assistant Professor in Presidency University, Kolkata in Dec 2016.
List of students qualified for JRF-DEC 2016
1. Mr. Ebadur Rahman
2. Mr. Qamuruzzama
3. Mr. Abdur Rahman
4. Mr. Deepak Kumar
5. Mr. Usman Khan
6. Mr. Jawad Malik
List of students qualified for NET-DEC 2016
1. Ms. Naima Akhtar
2. Ms. Lata Udsaiya
3. Mr. Abul Qasim
4. Mr. Mohd. Danish
5. Mr. Razuddin
6. Mr. Nikhil Patel
7. Mr. Shamsuddin
8. Mr. Tabrez Alam
9. Mr. Saddam Hussain
Placement scenario of students 2015
List of JAM 2015 Qualifiers
1. Mohd Rizwan (AIR 01)
2. Abdul Salam A. (AIR 01)
3. Anuj Gurg (AIR 03)
4. Shadab Ahmad
5. Yogesh Kumar
6. Nohid Khan
7. Aquib Khursheed
8. Almas Afreen
9. Mohd. Sajid
10. Pritam Thomas
11. Affan Ahmad
12. Ajay kumar verma
13. Mohd. Shoeab
14. Ejaz Ahmad Khan
15. Masarul Islam
List GATE Qualified students : Total 29
1. Danish Aftab
2. Md Tanweer Ahmad
3. Aquib Jamal Ansari
4. Mohd Amir Hussain
5. Abdul Sharique
6. Mohd Imran
7. Naiyar Azmi
8. Shahid Jamal
9. Amir Hamza
10. Mirza Ilyas Beg
11. Rajiullah Khan
12. Gulam Mohd
13. Ebadur rahman
14. Sarwar Nizam
15. Syed Adil Mizan
16. Shamsheer Ahmad
17. Yatin Sharma
19. Mir Md Ramiz
20. Mashkoor Khan
21. Sumbul Qamar
22. Tanveer Fatima khan
23. Waseem Ahmad Chaudhary
24. Rafeeque Akhtar
25. Shahzad Alam
26. Muzammil Husain
27. Md Sharif Khan
28.Nasim Husain Ansari
29. Mohammad Shoeb
Placement scenario of students 2013-14
NET/JRF (CSIR/UGC): 40
JAM/GATE (IIT): 31
Publications in Journals (2015-2019)
1. Irshad, Roohi & Khan, Mohammad & Ahmad, A.H.M.. (2019). Sedimentological and petrochemical studies of Jurassic clastic rocks, Habo Dome Basin, Kachchh Mainland, Northwest India: Implications for depositional environment, provenance, and tectonic setting. Island Arc. 1-21. 10.1111/iar.12307.
2. Khan Z., Quasim M.A., Amir M., Ahmad A.H.M. (2019). Provenance, tectonic setting, and source area weathering of Middle Jurassic siliciclastic rocks of Chari Formation, Jumara Dome, Kachchh Basin, Western India: Sedimentological, mineralogical, and geochemical constraints. Geological Journal, 1¯22. https://doi.org/10.1002/gj.3612.
3. Khan Z., Sachan H.K., Ahmad A.H.M., Ghaznavi A.A. (2019). Microfacies, diagenesis, and stable isotope analysis of the Jurassic Jumara Dome carbonates, Kachchh, Western India: Implications for depositional environments and reservoir quality. Geological Journal, 1¯21. https://doi. org/10.1002/gj.3470.
4. Asma A. Ghaznavi, M.A. Quasim, A.H.M. Ahmad, Sumit K. Ghosh (2019). Granulometric and facies analysis of Middle¯Upper Jurassic rocks of Ler Dome, Kachchh, western India: an attempt to reconstruct the depositional environment. Geologos, 25(1), 51¯73.
5. Faiz Ahmad, M. A. Quasim, A. H. M. Ahmad, Asma A. Ghaznavi, Z. Khan, M. Albaroot (2019). Factors influencing Detrital Mineralogy and Tectono-provenance of Fort Member Sandstone, Jaisalmer Formation, Western Rajasthan, India. Journal of the Geological Society of India, 93, 392-398.
6. M. A. Quasim, A. H. M. Ahmad, Himanshu K. Sachan and Sumit K.Ghosh (2019). Recrystallization and Provenance history of the Upper Kaimur Group Siliciclastics, Son Valley, India: Coupled Petrographic and Fluid inclusion proxy. Journal of the Geological Society of India, 93(2), 177-184.
7. Ghaznavi, A.A., Alam, M.M., Khan, Z. and Ahmad, A.H.M. (2018). Diagenetic evolution vis-a-vis reservoir characteristics of Dhosa sandstones, Ler dome, Kachchh, western India. Arabian Journal of Geosciences, 11(14), p.387.
8. M.A. Quasim, Rabindra Nath Hota, A.H.M. Ahmad, M. Albaroot (2018). An Approach to Provenance and Tectonic setting of the Proterozoic Upper Kaimur Group Sandstones, Son Valley: constraints from framework mineralogy and heavy mineral analysis. Himalayan Geology, 39(2), 145-160.
9. Ghaznavi, A. A., Ahmad, A. H. M., Alam, M.M. and Quasim, M. A. (2018) Heavy Mineral Study of Dhosa Sandstone, Kachchh Basin,Western India: Implication for Provenance and Tectonic Setting. Journal of Geosciences Research, 3(1), 1 ¯ 12.
10. Ghaznavi, A. A., Khan, I. Quasim, M. A. and Ahmad, A. H. M. (2018) Provenance, tectonic setting, source weathering and palaeoenvironmental implications of Middle-Upper Jurassic rocks of Ler dome, Kachchh, western India: Inferences from petrography and geochemistry. Chemie der Erde, 78, 356-371.
11. Khan, Z ., Ahmad, A. H. M., Sachan, H. K. and Quasim, M. A. (2018) The effects of diagenesis on the reservoir characters in Ridge Sandstone of Jurassic Jumara Dome, Kachchh, Western India, Journal of the Geological Society of India, 92, 145-156.
12. Shaista Khan, M. A. Quasim A.H.M. Ahmad and M. Masroor Alam (2017). Petrofacies and Tectono Provenance of the Sandstones of Jara Dome, Kachchh, Gujarat. Jour. Indian Association of Sedimentologists, 34 (1 & 2), 17-28.
13. Faiz Ahmad, A. H. M. Ahmad and M. A. Quasim (2017). Diagenetic Features of Jurassic Fort Member Sandstone, Jaisalmer Formation, Western Rajasthan. Journal of the Geological Society of India. 90(3), 273-282.
14. M. A. Quasim, Imran Khan and A. H. M. Ahmad (2017). Integrated petrographic, mineralogical, and geochemical study of the Upper Kaimur Group of rocks, Son Valley, India: Implications for provenance, source area weathering and tectonic setting. Journal of the Geological Society of India, 90(4), 467-484.
15. M. A. Quasim, Ahmad A.H.M and Sumit K. Ghosh (2017). Depositional environment and tectono-provenance of Upper Kaimur Group sandstones, Son Valley, Central India. Arabian Journal of Geosciences, 10 (4).
16. Ahmad, F., Quasim, M. A., Ghaznavi, A.A., Khan Z. and Ahmad A.H.M (2017). Depositional Environment as revealed from lithofacies and grain size measures of the Jurassic Fort Member rocks, Jaisalmer Formation, western Rajasthan. Geologica Acta, 15(3), 153-167.
17. Khan Z and Ahmad AHM (2016). Provenance, tectonic setting and palaeoclimate of the Ridge Sandstone of Jumara Dome, Kachchh, Gujarat. The Palaeobotanist 65(2), 189¯201.
18. Shaista Khan, A.H.M. Ahmad, M. Masroor Alam and M. Adnan Quasim (2016). Petrographical and geochemical signature of Jurassic rocks of Chari Formation, Western India: Implications for provenance and tectonic setting. Acta Geochim, pp 1-9.
19. Asma A. Ghaznavi, M. Masroor Alam and A.H.M. Ahmad (2015). Tectono-sedimentary and climatic setup for Dhosa Sandstone Member (Chari Formation) of Ler dome, Kachchh, western India, The Palaeobotanist. 64(2),117-128.
20. M. Adnan Quasim and A.H.M. Ahmad (2015). Petrofacies and tectonic setup of Kaimur Group of rocks, Son Valley, India. The Palaeobotanist, 64, 1-11.
21. A. H. M. Ahmad, Roohi Irshad and G. M. Bhat (2015). Facies and Diagenetic Evolution of the Bathonian-Oxfordian Mixed Siliciclastic-Carbonate Sediments of the Habo Dome, Kachchh Basin, India. Volumina Jurassica, 13(1), 83-104.
22. A. H. M. Ahmad, Ruchi Agrawal and Roohi Irshad (2015). Petrographic and geochemical studies of Proterozoic sandstones of Patherwa Formation, Son valley, India: implication for provenance and weathering history. Arabian Journal of Geosciences, 8, 1977-1991.
23. Ahmad, Shamshaad & Umar, Rashid & Arshad, Ilma. (2019). Groundwater Quality Appraisal and its Hydrogeochemical Characterization-Mathura City, Western Uttar Pradesh. Journal of the Geological Society of India. 94. 611-623. 10.1007/s12594-019-1368-5.
24. Ansari JA and Rashid Umar (2019) Evaluation of hydrochemical characteristics and groundwater quality in the quaternary aquifers of Unnao District, Uttar Pradesh, India. HydroResearch. 1: 36-47.
25. Khan, Imran & Umar, Rashid. (2019) Environmental risk assessment of coal fly ash on soil and groundwater quality, Aligarh, India. Groundwater for Sustainable Development. 8. 10.1016/j.gsd.2018.12.002.
26. Saba, Naseemus & Umar, Rashid & Absar, Ahsan. (2018). Estimation of Anthropogenic Influences in Groundwater Quality of Shallow Aquifers of Moradabad City, Western Uttar Pradesh. Journal of the Geological Society of India. 91. 711-716. 10.1007/s12594-018-0928-4.
27. Khan, Arina & Khan, Haris & Umar, Rashid. (2017). Impact of land-use on groundwater quality: GIS-based study from an alluvial aquifer in the western Ganges basin. Applied Water Science.
28. Saba N, Rashid Umar, and Ahmad S (2016) Assessment of Groundwater quality of major industrial city of Central Ganga Plain, Western Uttar Pradesh, India through mass transport modeling using chloride as contaminant. Groundwater for Sustainable Development. 2: 154-168.
29. Naseem us Saba and Rashid Umar (2016). Hydrogeochemical assessment of Moradabad city, an important industrial town of Uttar Pradesh, India. Sustainable Water Resource Management. 2(3): 2017-236. DOI 10.1007/s40899-016-0053-8.
30. Arina Khan, Rashid Umar and Haris H.Khan (2015). Hydrochemical characterization of groundwater in lower Kali watershed, western Uttar Pradesh, India. Journal of Geological Society of India. Vol.86, 195-210.
31. A Khan, R Umar, HH Khan (2015) Significance of silica in identifying the processes affecting groundwater chemistry in parts of Kali Watershed, Central Ganga Plain, India, Applied Water Science, Vol. 5(1), pp. 65-72.
32. M.E.A. Mondal, M. Faruque Hussain and Talat Ahmad (2019). Archaean granitoids of Bastar craton, Central India. Geological Society, London, Special Publications. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1144/SP489-2019-311, Impact factor: 3.3.
33. Mir Md Ramiz, Md. Erfan Ali Mondal and Syed Hilal Farooq (2018). Geochemistry of ultramafic¯mafic rocks of the Madawara Ultramafic Complex in the southern part of the Bundelkhand Craton, Central Indian Shield: Implications for mantle sources and geodynamic setting. Geological Journal,1¯23, https://doi.org/10.1002/gj.3290.
34. B. Mondal, M. F. Hussain and M.E.A. Mondal (2018). Geochemistry of Paleoproterozoic metasedimentary rocks from Sonakhan greenstone belt, north-east Bastar craton, central Indian shield: implications for provenance, paleoweathering and tectonic setting. Journal of Applied Geochemistry, 20: 325-343.
35. Raza and M.E.A. Mondal, 2018. Geochemistry of the Archaean metasedimentary rocks of the Bundelkhand Mauranipur-Babina greenstone belt, central India: Implications for provenance characteristics. Jour. Indian Association of Sedimentologists, 35: No. 1, pp.57-76 ISSN 0970-3268.
36. Iftikhar Ahmad, M.E.A. Mondal, Rajneesh Bhutani and M. Satyanarayanan, 2018. Geochemical evolution of the Mangalwar Complex, Aravalli Craton, NW India: Insights from elemental and Nd-isotope geochemistry of the basement gneisses. Geoscience Frontiers, 9:931-942. DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.gsf.2017.07.003.
37. T. Siddique, S. P. Pradhan, V. Vishal, M. E. A. Mondal and T. N. Singh, 2017. Stability assessment of Himalayan road cut slopes along National Highway 58, India. Environ Earth Sci, 76:759, DOI 10.1007/s12665-017-7091-x
38. Salam Ranjeeta Devi, M.E.A. Mondal and John S. Armstrrong-Altrin, 2017. Geochemistry and factors controlling on the weathering and erosion of the Barail Group of Rocks, NW Manipur, India. Jour. Indian Association of Sementologists, 34:9-16.
39. Iftikhar Ahmad and M.E.A. Mondal, 2017. Report on National Seminar on ¯Recent Advances and Challenges in Geochemistry, Environmental and Sedimentary Geology¯ Feb 27, 2017, A.M.U., Aligarh. Journal of Applied Geochemistry, 19: 351-352.
40. H. Wani, S. A. Dar, and M. E. A. Mondal, 2017.Occurrence of Unusual Unarmored, Unlithified Fossil Mud Balls in Plio-Pleistocene Lacustrine Sediments, Kashmir, India. The Journal of Geology, 125: 479-486, https://doi.org/10.1086/691721.
41. M.E.A. Mondal and V. Balaram, 2017. A report on the National Conference & Field Workshop on ¯Precambrians of India¯ November 22-24, 2017 at Jhansi. Jour. Applied Geochemists, 19: 231-
42. M.E.A. Mondal, Iftikhar Ahmad and Mir Md. Ramiz, 2017. Precanbrians of India ( A report on the National Conference and Field Workshop held at Jhansi on Nov. 22-24, 2016). Jour. Geol. Soc. India,
43. Iftikhar Ahmad and M.E.A. Mondal, 2016. Do the BGC-I and BGC-II domains of the Aravalli craton, northwestern India represent accreted terranes? Earth Science India, 9: 167-175, eISSN: 0974 ¯ 8350.
44. H. Wani and M.E.A. Mondal, 2016. Geochemical evidence for the Paleoproterozoic arc ¯ Back arc basin association and its importance in understanding the evolution of the Central Indian Tectonic Zone. Tectonophysics, 690: 318-335.
45. Iftikhar Ahmad, M.E.A. Mondal and M. Satyanarayanan, 2016. Geochemistry of Archaean metasedimentary rocks of the Aravalli craton, NW India: implications for provenanace, paleoweathering and supercontinent reconstruction. Jour. Asian Earth Sci., 126:58-73.
46. M.E.A. Mondal, Tariq Siddique, Bulbul Mondal and M. Masroor Alam, 2016. SMR Geomechanics and kinematic analysis near Rasulpur, Fatehpur Sikri, Uttar Pradesh. Jour. Geol. Soc. India, 87: 623-627. ISSN: 0016-7622 (print version) ISSN: 0974-6889 (electronic version. Impact Factor 0.513.
47. M.E.A. Mondal, Tariq Siddique, Mohammad Alam and M. Masroor Alam, 2016. Rock Mass Rating and kinematic analysis for slope stability investigation of Utari Dam, Lalitpur district, Uttar Pradesh. Jour. Geol. Soc. India, 87: 463-468. ISSN: 0016-7622 (print version) ISSN: 0974-6889 (electronic version). Impact Factor 0.513.
48. Tariq Siddique, M. Masroor Alam, M.E.A. Mondal and V.Vishal, 2015. Slope Mass Rating and kinematic analysis of slopes along National Highway-58, near Jonk, Rishikesh, India. Journal of Rock Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, Elsevier., 7: 600-606. ISSN: 1674-7755. DOI: 10.1016/j.jrmge.2015.06.007.
49. Mir Md. Ramiz and M. E. A. Mondal, 2015. Orbicular Structures near Pichhore, Shivpuri district, Bundelkhand Craton: forerunner for geoheritage site. Current Sci. 109: 684-687. ISSN 0011-3891.
50. M.E.A. Mondal, 2015. Modern trends and challenges of classification and genesis of granitic rocks. In: Frontiers of Earth Science, K.L. Srivastava and P.K. Srivastava (eds.) Scientific Publishers (India), pp. 464-476. ISBN :978-81-7233-926-9.
51. M. Sayad Rahaman and M.E.A. Mondal, 2015. Evolution of continental crust of the Aravalli craton, NW India, during the Neoarchaean ¯Palaeoproterozoic: evidence from geochemistry of granitoids. International Geology Review, 57: 1510-1525. doi:10.1080/00206814.2014.950607. ISSN 0020-6814 (Print), 1938-2839 (Online).
52. Alshayef, Mohammed & Javed, Akram & Mohammed, Arafat. (2019). Appraisal of Potential Hydrocarbon Zones in Masila Oil Field, Yemen. Journal of Geovisualization and Spatial Analysis. 3. 10.1007/s41651-019-0043-0.
53. Alshayef MS, Akram Javed, Arafat Bin Mohammed (2018) Delineation of hydrocarbon potential zones in Masila Oil field Yemen. Spatial Information Research. Springer Publishers. DOI 10.1007/s413224-018-0220-0.
54. Alshayef MS, Akram Javed (2018) Geomatica based approach for automatic extraction of lineaments from ASTER-GDEM data in part of Al-Rawdah, Shabwah, Southeast Yemen. Hydrologic Modeling: 423-434.
55. Sadia Idris Khan and Akram Javed (2017) Geomorphic characteristics and associated land use/land cover in Sajnam basin: A remote sensing and GIS based approach. Journal of Remote Sensing and GIS. 8(3): 22-32.
56. Mohd. Yusuf Khanday and Akram Javed (2017) Hydrological investigations in the semi arid Makhawan watershed, using morphometry, Applied water Science, 7: 3919-3936.
57. Akram Javed and Fatima S (2017) Watershed characteristics and land use analysis of Govindsagar Catchment, Lalitpur (UP) India, using remote sensing and GIS techniques. International Journal of Geosciences. 8: 1374-1383.
58. Alshayef MS, Mohammed AM, Javed A, Albaroot (2017) Manual and automatic extraction of lineaments from multispectral image in part of Al-Rawadah, Ahabwah, Yemen by using remote sensing and GIS technology. International Journal of New Technology and Research. 3(2): 67-73.
59. Arafat Mohammed Bin Mohammed, Akram Javed, Alshayef MS (2017) Spatial data modeling based MCE fuzzy logic for petroleum exploration in part of Say¯un-Masilah basin of Yemen. American Journal of Remote Sensing. 5(1): 1-9.
60. Khanday, Mohd & Javed, Akram. (2017). Hydrological investigations in the semi-arid Makhawan watershed, using morphometry. Applied Water Science. 10.1007/s13201-017-0545-1.
61. Khanday, Mohd & Javed, Akram. (2016). Spatio-temporal land cover changes in a semi-arid watershed: Central India. Journal of the Geological Society of India. 88. 576-584. 10.1007/s12594-016-0523-5.
62. Akram Javed, K Tanzeel, Mohammad Aleem (2016) Estimation of sediment yield of Govindsagar catchment, Lalitpur district (U.P.), India, using remote sensing and GIS techniques, Journal of Geographic Information System, Vol. 8, pp. 595-607.
63. Sayema Jamal, Akram Javed, Mohd Yousuf Khanday (2016) Evaluation of land degradation and socio-environmental issues: A case study of semi arid watershed in western Rajasthan, Journal of Environmental Protection, Vol. 7(8), pp. 1132-1147.
64. Mohd Yousuf Khanday, Imran Khan and Akram Javed (2016): Watershed management of land use/land cover dynamics in semi arid watershed, Central India, Arabian Journal of Geosciences, Vol. 9, pp. 458.
65. Mohd Yousuf Khanday and Akram Javed (2016) Prioritization of sub-watersheds for conservation measures in a semi-arid watershed using remote sensing and GIS, Journal of Geological Society of India, Vol. 88(2), pp. 185-196.
66. Imran Khan, Sayema Jamal, Bilal Ahmed Bhat, Akram Javed and Taqveem Ali Khan (2015) Groundwater degradation and its health effects due to minor element concentration: A case study of Singrauli industrial area, Madhya Pradesh. International Journal of Geology and Earth Sciences. 1(2): 29-38.
67. Khanday, Mohd & Khan, Imran & Javed, Akram. (2015). Implementation Of Watershed Management Programmes In Kanera Watershed, A Case Study Using Remote Sensing And GIS. International Journal of Geology and Earth Sciences. 1(1): 1-13.
68. Shuaib, Mohd & Khan, Kf & Khan, Shamsuddin & Dar, Shamim. (2019). Petromineralogical Studies of Late Paleocene¯Middle Eocene Phosphate Nodules in the Subathu Basin of Solan District, Himachal Pradesh. Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration. 10.1007/s42461-019-0082-6.
69. K. F. Khan, Samsuddin Khan,"Petro-Mineralogical Studies of Phosphorite Deposit of Sallopat Block of Banswara District, Rajasthan",India, World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology International Journal of Environmental, Chemical, Ecological, Geological and Geophysical Engineering Vol:10, No:6, 2016.
70. Saif A Khan, K F Khan and Shamim A Dar (2016), ¯REE Geochemistry of Early Cambrian Phosphorites of Masrana and Kimoi Blocks, Uttrakhand, India¯ Arabian Journal of Geosciences 9: 456, DOI 10.1007/s12517-016-2477-8(springers).
71. Shamim A. Dar, K.F. Khan, Shamsuddin Khan & M. Masroor Alam (2015). ¯Petro-mineralogical studies of the Paleoproterozoic phosphorites in the Sonrai basin, Lalitpur district, Uttar Pradesh, India¯ J Natural Resource Research J., Vol.24,No.3,Sep.pp 339-348.
72. Alvi, Shabber & Mir, Akhtar & Bhat, Irfan. (2019). Geochemistry of Dalma Metavolcanic Suite from Proterozoic Singhbhum Mobile Belt, Eastern India: Implications for Petrogenesis and Tectonic Setting. Journal of the Geological Society of India. 94. 351-358. 10.1007/s12594-019-1322-6.
73. Alvi, Shabber & Ray, Jyotishankar. (2017). Experimental studies to constrain parental magma of Malangtoli volcanics from Singhbhum craton of the Eastern Indian shield. Journal of the Geological Society of India. 90. 120-120. 10.1007/s12594-017-0708-6.
74. Paul, Madhuparna & Alvi, Shabber. (2016). Discussion Experimental Studies to Constrain Parental Magma of Malangtoli Volcanics From Singhbhum Craton of the Eastern Indian Shield. 10.13140/RG.2.2.16177.68965.
75. AR Mir, SH Alvi, V Balaram (2015) Boninitic geochemical characteristics of high-Mg mafic dykes from the Singhbhum Granitod Complex, Eastern India, Chinese Journal of Geochemistry, Vol. 34(2), pp. 242-251.
76. AR Mir, ZA Bhat, SH Alvi, V Balaram (2015) Geochemistry of black shales from Singhbhum mobile belt, eastern India: implications for paleo-weathering and provenance, Himalayan Geology, Vol. 36(2), pp.136-133.
77. AR Mir and SH Alvi (2015) Mafic and ultramafic dykes of the Singhbhum craton from Chaibasa district, Jharkhand, Eastern India: Geochemical constraints for their magma sources, Current Science, Vol. 109(8), pp.1399-1403.
78. Ansari, Zabiullah & Ahmad, Sarfaraz. (2019). Seasonal Variations of Stream Hydrochemistry and Relationships with Morphometric/ Landcover Parameters in the Bhagirathi Watersheds, Garhwal Himalaya, India. Journal of the Geological Society of India. 94. 10.1007/s12594-019-1346-y.
79. Ahmad, Sarfaraz & And, T & Abdullha, M. (2019). The evaluation of heat island effect in various cities in Ganga-Yamuna Doab region using modis land surface temperature product. Asian Journal of Microbiology, Biotechnology and Environmental Sciences. 6. 185 -192.
80. Zabiullah ansari and Sarfaraz Ahmad (2019) Impact of morphometric and land cover parameters on bed sediments of streams in the Bhagirathi valley, Garhwal Himalaya. International research journal of Environmental Sciences, Vol. 8(2), 15-26
81. Zabiullah ansari and Sarfaraz Ahmad (2019). Hydrochemical characteristics of the Himalayan streams. Journal of App. Geochemistry, V.21, 2, 225-237
82. Sarfaraz Ahmad, Khatib Khan and Sadaf Siddique 2018. Application Of Google Earth Glaciers Snout Change Study In Bhagrirathi Valley, Uttarakhand, Central Himalaya, Indian Journal Of Geomorphology. Volume 23 (2) ISSN (Print) : 0127-137.
83. Sarfaraz Ahmad and Khatib Khan 2018, Topographic Influence on glacier change under warming Climate in the Gangotri glacier basin, Garhwal Himalaya, India, Journal of water and climate change, DOI: 10.2166/wcc.2018.119.
84. Sarfaraz Ahmad 2017, Artificial Neural Network - PCA (Principal Component Analysis) based predictive model for Snowfield changes in the High Altitude Himalayan Ecosystem using NOAA - AVHRR Images and Climate data, J. of Applied Hydrology, V. 1-4, 86-96.
85. Ahmad,S., K Khan, N Singh, Z Ansari, M Mulhim 2017, Temporal change of glaciers area and geomorphometric parameters in Parbati valley, Himachal Pradesh, India Environmental Earth Sciences, 2017, 10.1007/s12665-017-6716-4.
86. Tamil Selvan, S. Ahmad and S. Rahid, 2014 Temporal variation in land cover area in High altitude glacierised area in Central Himalaya during last three decade .International Journal of Geoinformatics; Jun2014, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p21, ISSN, 16866576, Impact factor; 0.18
87. S.Ahmad, Nepal Singh, Khatib Khan, Zabiullah ansari, Md. Mulhim, 2017, Measuring thickness and area change using old DEM and landsat images of parbati and pin glaciers in Himachal Pradesh, India, International Journal of Geoinformatics; Vol. 13 Issue 1, p59-68. 10p., ISSN, 16866576, Impact factor; 0.18
88. Sarfaraz Ahmad 2016, Change in glaciers length in the Indian Himalaya: an observation and prediction under warming scenario. Modeling Earth Systems and Environment, vol. 3, No. 8. 1-10p. Impact factor, 0.3 doi10.1007/s40808-016-0221-8 Springer
89. Sarfaraz Ahmad 2017, Impact Of Climate-Tectonic Interaction On Terrain Characteristics Of The Watersheds In Western Himalaya, Carp. Jour. of Earth and Envi. Sci., V. 12, 1SSN Printed: 1842 ¯ 4090 Impact factor ; 0.73, Copernicus international
90. Sarfaraz Ahmad, 2015. Application of Google Earth Images For Glacio-Geomorphic Studies In Pārbati River Basin, Himachal Pradesh, India , Indian Journal Of Geomorphology Volume 20 (2) ISSN (Print) : 0973-2411.
91. Singh, Pavanesh & Khan, M. (2017). Geochemistry of Palaeoproterozoic Rocks of Aravalli Supergroup: Implications for Weathering History and Depositional Sequence. International Journal of Geosciences. 08. 10.4236/ijg.2017.810074.
92. MS Azam, M Shamim Khan, M Raza (2015) Petrogenetic study of Mesoproterozoic volcanic rocks of North Delhi fold belt, NW Indian shield: implications for mantle conditions during Proterozoic, Chin J Geochem, Vol. 34 (1) pp. 93-114.
93. Ganai, Javid & Rashid, Shaik. (2019). Anoxia and fluctuating climate recorded from the Devonian¯Carboniferous black shales, Tethys Himalaya, India: a multi-proxy approach. International Journal of Earth Sciences. 10.1007/s00531-019-01682-1. 1437-3254.
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133. Ikbal, Javed & Ali, Syed & Aldharab, Hamdi. (2017). Morphological character of a Micro watershed of Katla River in Udaipur District, Rajasthan. International Journal of Current Research. 9. 57708-57715.
134. Syed Ahmad Ali & Hamelmol Hagos (2016): Estimation of Soil Erosion using USLE and GIS Awassa Catchment, Rift Valley, Central Ethiopia. Geoderma Regional, Vol.7, Issue 2, pp. 159-166
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136. Syed Ahmad Ali and Umair Ali (2015): Litho-Structural Mapping of Sind Catchment (Kashmir Basin) NW Himalaya usning Remote Sensing and GIS. International Journal of Science and Research, Vol.4, Issue 7, pp. 1325-1330.
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