Sivaram Krishnavajjhala
Sivaram Krishnavajjhala
Sr.Principal Scientist, CSIR-National Geophysical Research Institute, Uppal Road, Hyderabad- 500 007
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One dimensional reference velocity model and precise locations of earthquake hypocenters in the Kumaon- Garhwal Himalaya
P Mahesh, SS Rai, K Sivaram, A Paul, S Gupta, R Sarma, VK Gaur.
Bulletin of the Seimological Society of America (BSSA), 2013
Preserved and modified mid-Archean crustal blocks in Dharwar craton: Seismological evidence
K Borah, SS Rai, S Gupta, KS Prakasam, S Kumar, K Sivaram
Precambrian Research 246, 16-34, 2014
Source Parameters and Scaling Relations for Small Earthquakes in Kumaon Himalaya, India
K Sivaram, D Kumar, SS Teotia, SS Rai, KS Prakasam
Journal of Seismology, 2012
The south India Precambrian crust and shallow lithospheric mantle: Initial results from the India Deep Earth Imaging Experiment (INDEX)
SS Rai, K Borah, R Das, S Gupta, S Srivastava, KS Prakasam, K Sivaram, ...
Journal of Earth System Science 122 (6), 1435-1453, 2013
Stability Assessment and Quantitative Evaluation of H/V Spectral Ratios for Site Response Studies in Kumaon Himalaya, India Using Ambient Noise Recorded by a Broadband …
K Sivaram, P Mahesh, SS Rai
Pure and Applied Geophysics 169 (10), 1801, 2011
Shear velocity structural characterization around the Lonar crater using joint inversion of ambient noise HVSR and Rayleigh wave dispersion
K Sivaram, S Gupta, S Kumar, BNV Prasad
Journal of Applied Geophysics 159, 773-784, 2018
Active fault beneath the Tehri dam, Garhwal Himalaya- seismological evidence
S Gupta, P Mahesh, K Sivaram, SS Rai
Current Science, 2012
3-D seismic velocity structure of the Kumaun–Garhwal (Central) Himalaya: insight into the Main Himalayan Thrust and earthquake occurrence
S Gupta, P Mahesh, N Kanna, K Sivaram, A Paul
Geophysical Journal International 229 (1), 138-149, 2022
Crustal structure across the Deccan Volcanic Province and Eastern Dharwar craton in south Indian shield using receiver function modelling
S Kumar, S Gupta, N Kanna, K Sivaram
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 306, 106543, 2020
Digital seismic network: to map Himalayan orogen and seismic hazard
D Srinagesh, P Mandal, RV Raghavan, S Gupta, G Suresh, D Srinivas, ...
Current Science, 518-519, 2019
Crustal thickness and composition variation along the Western Ghats of India through Teleseismic Receiver Function Analysis
S Gupta, N Kanna, S Kumar, K Sivaram
Journal of the Geological Society of India 92, 523-528, 2018
Attenuation characteristics of high frequency seismic waves in southern India
K Sivaram, S Utpal, N Kanna, D Kumar
Pure and Applied Geophysics 174, 2523-2545, 2017
Ambient noise and earthquake HVSR modelling for site characterization in southern mainland, Gujarat
D Nagamani, K Sivaram, NP Rao, HVS Satyanarayana
Journal of Earth System Science 129, 1-14, 2020
An assessment of site response from the study of the H/V ratios in the Garhwal Himalaya, India.
K Sivaram, SS Rai
Current Science 103 (5), 2012
Frequency-dependent attenuation characteristics of coda and body waves in the Kumaun Himalaya: Implications for regional geology and seismic hazards
K Sivaram, S Gupta
Pure and Applied Geophysics 179 (3), 949-972, 2022
Upper mantle seismic anisotropy beneath the Deccan Volcanic Province and the adjacent Eastern Dharwar Craton in south Indian shield from shear wave splitting analysis
K Sivaram, VP Kumar, S Gupta, BNV Prasad, S Kumar
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 322, 106829, 2022
Seismic characteristics of the underthrusting Indian lithosphere beneath the eastern Kumaun Himalaya using regional earthquake waveform analysis
S Madhusudhan, S Gupta, N Kanna, S Kumar, K Sivaram
Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 237, 105356, 2022
Modelling of Moment Tensors and Source Parameters of the 25 July 2021 Rare Lower Crustal Hyderabad (India) Earthquake of Mw 3.9
P Mandal, S Saha, S Kumar, S Gupta, R Biswas, S Kumar, K Sivaram, ...
Pure and Applied Geophysics 179 (3), 993-1010, 2022
Simulation of Strong Ground Motion in the National Capital Region, India, from a Future 8.5 Magnitude Earthquake Using Two‐Step Empirical Green’s Function Method
K Sivaram
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 111 (6), 3374–3386, 2021
Estimation of strong ground motion in Southern Peninsular India by empirical Green's function method
K Sivaram, M Gade, STG Raghukanth, U Saikia, N Kanna
Current Science, 2273-2283, 2017
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