Manish A. Mamtani
Manish A. Mamtani
Professor, Department of Geology & Geophysics, IIT Kharagpur
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Granite emplacement and its relation with regional deformation in the Aravalli Mountain Belt (India)—inferences from magnetic fabric
MA Mamtani, RO Greiling
Journal of Structural Geology 27 (11), 2008-2029, 2005
Magnetic fabric, shape preferred orientation and regional strain in granitic rocks
K Sen, MA Mamtani
Journal of Structural Geology 28 (10), 1870-1882, 2006
Magnetic fabric in the Malanjkhand Granite (central India)—implications for regional tectonics and Proterozoic suturing of the Indian shield
S Majumder, MA Mamtani
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 172 (3-4), 310-323, 2009
3-D Mohr circle construction using vein orientation data from Gadag (southern India)–implications to recognize fluid pressure fluctuation
TK Mondal, MA Mamtani
Journal of Structural Geology 56, 45-56, 2013
Regional scale strain variations in Banded Iron Formations of eastern India: results from anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility studies
A Mukherji, AK Chaudhuri, MA Mamtani
Journal of Structural Geology 26 (12), 2175-2189, 2004
Degree of magnetic anisotropy as a strain intensity gauge in ferromagnetic granites
K Sen, S Majumder, MA Mamtani
Journal of the Geological Society 162 (4), 583-586, 2005
Kinematic analysis using AMS data from a deformed granitoid
MA Mamtani, T Pal, RO Greiling
Journal of Structural Geology 50, 119-132, 2013
Magnetic fabric as a vorticity gauge in syntectonically deformed granitic rocks
MA Mamtani
Tectonophysics 629, 189-196, 2014
Process of magnetite fabric development during granite deformation
MA Mamtani, S Piazolo, RO Greiling, A Kontny, F Hrouda
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 308 (1-2), 77-89, 2011
Serrated quartz grain boundaries, temperature and strain rate: testing fractal techniques in a syntectonic granite
MA Mamtani, RO Greiling
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 332 (1), 35-48, 2010
Quartz preferred orientation in naturally deformed mylonitic rocks (Montalto shear zone–Italy): a comparison of results by different techniques, their advantages and limitations
E Fazio, R Punturo, R Cirrincione, H Kern, A Pezzino, HR Wenk, ...
International Journal of Earth Sciences 106, 2259-2278, 2017
AMS, ultrasonic P-wave velocity and rock strength analysis in quartzites devoid of mesoscopic foliations–implications for rock mechanics studies
CS Vishnu, MA Mamtani, A Basu
Tectonophysics 494 (3-4), 191-200, 2010
Orogenic deformation and its relation with AMS fabric—an example from the southern Aravalli mountain belt, India
MA Mamtani, RO Greiling, RV Karanth, SS Merh
The Indian subcontinent and Gondwana: a palaeomagnetic and rock magnetic …, 1999
Significance of AMS analysis in evaluating superposed folds in quartzites
MA Mamtani, P Sengupta
Geological Magazine 147 (6), 910-918, 2010
Fabric analysis in rocks of the Gadag region (southern India)—implications for time relationship between regional deformation and gold mineralization
TK Mondal, MA Mamtani
Tectonophysics 629, 238-249, 2014
Strain-rate estimation using fractal analysis of quartz grains in naturally deformed rocks
MA Mamtani
Journal of the Geological Society of India 75, 202-209, 2010
Fluid inclusions as metamorphic process indicators in the Southern Aravalli Mountain Belt (India)
RJ Bakker, MA Mamtani
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 139 (2), 163-179, 2000
Are crenulation cleavage zones mylonites on the microscale?
MA Mamtani, RV Karanth, RO Greiling
Journal of Structural Geology 21 (7), 711-718, 1999
Evaluation of a regional strain gradient in mylonitic quartzites from the footwall of the Main Central Thrust Zone (Garhwal Himalaya, India): Inferences from finite strain and …
NR Tripathy, HB Srivastava, MA Mamtani
Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 34 (1), 26-37, 2009
Fabric analysis of quartzites with negative magnetic susceptibility–Does AMS provide information of SPO or CPO of quartz?
AR Renjith, MA Mamtani, JL Urai
Journal of Structural Geology 82, 48-59, 2016
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