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Dr.D.Shanker
Dr. D.Shanker Assistant Professor dayasfeq[at]iitr.ac.in 91-01332-285128
Areas of Interest
  • Seismology and Seismotectonics, Sesimic risk analysis, Earthquake data analysis, Statistical seismol, Seismology and Seismotectonics, Sesimic risk analysis, Earthquake data analysis, Statistical seismol
  • Engineering Seismology and Seismotectonics, Seismotectonic of Himalaya
  • Editor, e-journal of ISES (Indian Society of Earthquake Science)
  • Seismic hazard and Earthquake prediction / Earthquake Disaster Management , Earthquake prediction in Himalaya, NE India
  • Prediction of Ground Motion studies and seismic Microzonation, Microzonation of Kochi City India
  • Applied Geophysics/ Theoretical seismology, Gravity and Magnity Survey In Mandala Na Jabalpur IndiaIndia
  • Geophysical application in Civil Engineeing and tunneling Technology, In situ stress estimatiom
  • Landslide/Earthquake Control and Hill development, Ladslide hazard estimation
  • Marine geophysics/Tsunami study, Tsunami Survey and hazard estudies
Professional Background
FromToDesignationOrganisation
1999continuedAssistant Professor in Engineering SeismologyDepartment of Earthquake Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, Roorkee
19961999Lecturer in Engineering SeismologyDepartment of Earthquake Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, RoorkeeIndian Insti
19931996PDF in Seismology (University Grant Commission)Department of Geophysics, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi
Jan 1992June 1992Lecturer in GeophysicsDepartment of Physics, Guru Nanak Dev University Amritsar, Punjab
19901992Senior Research fellow in Seismology; Council of Scientific Industrial & ResearchDepartment of Geophysics, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi,
19881990Junior Research fellow in Seismology; Council of Scientific & Industrial ResearchDepartment of Geophysics, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi
Honors and Awards
AwardInstituteYear
Best paper awardIndian Society for Rock Machenics & Tunneling Technology (ISRMTT) 2011
INSA Visiting ScientistsInstitute of Earthquake Prediction theory and Mathematical Geophysics, Russian Academy of Sciences,2001
Japanese Govt. ScholarshipGovt of Japan1997
Japanese Govt. ScholarshipGovt of Japan1996
Turkish Govt. ScholarshipsInstitute of seismology Turkey1994
Post-Doctoral Research AssociateshipUniversity Grant Commission(UGC), New Delhi,1993
Senior Research fellowshipCouncil of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), New Delhi1990
Junior Research fellowshipCouncil of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), New Delhi 1988
StudentshipUniversity Grant Commission1986
National Merit ScholarshipU P Board Allahabad1977
Educational Details
DegreeSubjectUniversityYear
B.Sc.(Hons)Physics (Hons), Chemistry, MathBanaras Hindu University 1982
M.Sc. TechGeophysicsBanaras Hindu University Varanasi1986
Ph.D.SeismologyBanaras Hindu University 1991
Administrative Background
FromToDesignationOrganisationLevel
2009On GoingEx-TreasurerAdarsh Bal Niketan Senior Secondary School, IIT Roorkee
20042009Ex-Associate ManegerAdarsh Bal Niketan Senior Secondary School, IIT Roorkee
2010ContinueO.C. StoreDepartment of Earthquake Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
20042006Ex-Staff Adviser Rowing GameDepartment of Earthquake Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
Participation in seminars
NamePlaceSponsored ByDate
2nd Beijing Scientist to Scientist (S2S) worshop BejingBeijing, ChinaCTBTO, Vienna & MFA China27 Oct. 16
Sixth International Conference on Recent Advances in Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering anIIT Roorkee Extension Centre, 20 Knowledge Park II, Greater Noida, India.ISET IIT Roorkee03 Augt.16
Science&Technology conference-2013Vienna, AustriaCTBTO Preparatory Commission for the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization 17-22 June
Workshop on slow Earthquake 2016. ERI, Tokyo University, Japan ERI Japan13 Sept 16
Workshop on slow Earthquake 2015Nagoya, Japan ERI, Japan22 Sept.15
XXVI IUGG 2015 General AssemblyCzech Republic, PragueIUGG22 June 15
10th General Assembly & Asian Seismological Commission (ASC)-2014 Makati Manila, PhilippinesASCNov 17-21
IASH-IAPSO-IASPEI-2013Gothenburg, Swedengeneral Assembly, Knowledge for the future22-26 July
ISET Golden Jubilee Symposium (2012) IIT Roorkee, IndiaDepartment of Earthquake engineering,Oct 20-21
15th WCEE-12Lisbon, Portugal4. 15th World Conference of Earthquake Engineering Sep-24-28
Intensive policy course “Multilateral Verification, Collective Security United Nation Conf (2012)Vienna, Austria5. CTBTO Preparatory Commission for the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization16-20 July
XXV IUGG 2011 Melbourne, Australia General Assembly, in Melbourne28 Ju-7Jul
S&T2011 conference Vienna, AustriaCTBTO Preparatory Commission for the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization 8-10 June
14th Symposium on Earthquake Engineering (SEE-2010) Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, IndiaDepartment of Earthquake Engineering,17-19 Dec
International Conference Asia Oceania Geoscience society (AOGS10), ,.Hyderabad International Convention Center, IndiaIGU 5-09-July
National workshop on “computer and Hindi (2009)Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, IndiaDST23-24 Sept
International scientific studies conference (ISS-2009)Hofburg Imperial Palace Vienna, AustriaCTBTO Preparatory Commission for the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization10-12 June
7th General Assembly ASC & SSJ Meeting (2008)Tsukuba JapanAsian Seismological Commission 24-28 Nov
Conference on New Challenges in Earthquake Dynamics Observing and Modelling a Multi-Scale SystemObergurgl, near Innsbruck, AustriaESF-FWF-LFUI 18 -23 Oct
14th WCEE-2008Beijing, China14th World Conference of Earthquake Engineering 12-17 Oct
Evison Symposium on Seismogenesis and Earthquake Forecasting (2008)Wellington, New ZealandWellington University18-22 Feb
23rd National Convention of Civil Engineers & National seminar on Design & Strent of buid (2007)Institution of Engineer Institution of Engineer Jabalpur Local Center27-28 Oct
9th International Conference of Gas Geochemistry (2007)Taipei TaiwanDepartment of GeosciencesNational Taiwan University01-08 Oct
Workshop on Web of Science Citation Index (2006)Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, IndiaIIT RoorkeeApril 03
International Workshop on Seismology, Seismotectonics & Seismic Hazard in the Himalayan region -2006Kathmandu, NepalNSET Nepal28-29 Nov
VI General Assembly, ASC-2006Bangkok, ThailandAsian Seismological Commission 07-10 Nov
National Workshop on "IPR Creation and Management in Academic and Research Institution (2006)Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, IndiaIIT RoorkeeFeb 24-25
22nd International Tsunami Symposium (2005)Chania Crete, GreeceIASPEIJune 27-29
Workshop on "Earthquake Disaster Preparedness-1997Department of Earthquake Engineering University of Roorkee, RoorkeeISETOct.13-14
Symposium on Seismic Hazard Analysis and Microzonation (2005)Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, IndiaISETSept-23-24
33rd Assembly of IASPEI (2005)Santiago, Chile, S. AmericaInternational Association of Seismology and Physics of the Earth's InteriorOct,02-08
Sixteenth Annual Convention and Seminar on Exploration Geophysics-1990Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology, DehraDSTDec 7-10
Platinum Jubilee of Banaras Hindu University BHU VaranasiBanaras Hindu UniversityJan-28-31
Signal Processing and Modelling of Geosignature for Exploration of Oil Natural Gas-1992Banaras Hindu University DSTDec.14-16
Mathematics and its Application in Engineering and Industry-1996Department of Mathematics, University of Roorkee, RoorkeeDSTDec.16-18
33rd Annual Convention and Modelling on Geophysical Instrumentation-1996WIHG DehradunIndian Geophysical UnionDec.18-20
12th WCEE-2004Vancouver, B.C. CanadaWorld Conference on Earthquake EngineeringAugust 1-6
IASPEI-1997Thessaloniki, GreeceIUGGAug. 18-28
International conference Geoscience-1998 University of Keeke, Keele U.KBGSApril14-18
Fifth Work shop on" Non-Linear Dynamics and Earthquake Prediction-1999(ICTP), Trieste, ItalyICTPOct.14-22
Lesson for Architects & Engineers from recent Indian earthquakes-2000The Institution of engineers (India) Roorkee Local center, RoorkeeDSTDec.2-5
Sixth Workshop on “ Non-Linear Dynamics and Earthquake Prediction-2001 (ICTP), Trieste, ItalyICTPOct-15-27
International Conference On Mathematical Modelling-2001Department of Mathematics, University of Roorkee, RoorkeeDSTJan 29-31
National Workshop on Application of Rock Engineering in Nation’s development-2001department of Civil Engg. University of Roorkee, RoorkeeDSTApri-27-28
IAGA-IASPEI Joint Scientific Assembly-2001Hanoi, VietnamIUGGAug 19-31
Symposium on 4th Asian Seismological Commission ASC-2002Kathmandu, NepalASCNov 24-26
28. 12th Symposium on Earthquake Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, IndiaISETDec.16-18
Memberships
  • Indian Society of Earthquake Technology (ISET), Life Member
  • Indian Society for Rock Machenics & Tunneling Technology (ISMRTT), Life member
  • Hindi, Vigyan Sahitya Parisad, Life member
  • Life member Indian Society of Earthquake Science (ISES), Life member
  • Fellow Member of Society of Earth Scientists (SES), Fellow Member
  • Member International Geo-hazard Research Society Germany (IGRS), Member
  • Member GEOCHANGE International Committee on issues of Global Changes of the Geological Environment, , Member (and India’s representative)
  • GEOCHANGE International Committee on issues of Global Changes of the Geological Environment, Member
  • Indian Society for Rock Machenics & Tunneling Technology, Ex-Executive member
  • Association of Exploration Geophysicists, Member
  • Member, Geological Association & Research Centre, Honorary
  • Indian Science News Association, Member
Teaching Engagements
TitleCourse CodeClass NameSemester
Engineering Seismology and SeismotectonicsIEQ-02U.G.Autumn
PHDs Supervised
TopicScholar NameStatus of PHDRegistration Year
Identification of anomalous seismicity patterns in Northeast India Himalaya and its adjoining regionAnanta PanthiA2011
Investigations on Site Response in Selected Sites in South-Central Kerala using Ground Shaking Site Arvind KumarA2011
(i) Seismotectonic Modeling of NW-Himalaya: A Perspective on Future Seismic Hazard Rambichar Singh YadavA2008
Visits to outside institutions
Institute VisitedPurpose of VisitDate
ERI, Tokyo UniversityWorkshop on Slow Earthquake 2016 13 Sept16
Ministry of Foreign Affairs ChinaScientist to Scientist (S2S) Workshop, Beijing, China27 Oct 16
Nagoya UniversityWorkshop on Slow Earthquake 201524-Sept15
Czech Congress Center PragueConference IUGG-201522June 15
Vienna International Center Austria (2013)Conference17-22 June
Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS-DOST)-(2014)Conference-201417-20 Nov
Gothenburg Convention Center (2013)Conference22-26 July
Vienna International Center, Austria (2012)ConferenceJuly 16-20
Institute International Exihibition and convension Center, Melbourne Australia (2011)Conference27 Ju-7Jul
Hofburg Palace, Vienna Austria (2011)ConferenceJune 8-10
University of Thessaloniki, Greece (2009)Faculty InteractionJune 13-21
Imperial Palace Vienna, Austria (2009) Conference10-12 June
Tsukuba International Congress Japan (2008)conferenceNov.24-28
Obergurgl, Innsbruck Austria (2008)ConferenceOct.18-23
Beijing International Convention Center (2008)ConferenceOct.12-17
Victoria University Wellington, New Zealand (2008)Conference18-22 Feb
National Taiwan University , Dept of GeoscienceTaipei, Taiwan (2007)Conference01-08 Oct
Department of Mines and GeologyKathmandu Nepal (2006)ConferenceNov,28-29
Asian Disaster Preparedness Center & TMDBangkok, Thailand (2006)ConferenceOc 22-10N
Department of Geophysics, Universoty of Chile, Santiago, Chile South America (2005)conferenceOct,02-08
University of Thessaloniki, Chania Crete, Greece (2005)ConferenceJu 27-9 Jl
Vancouver Convention & Exhibition Centre British Columbia Canada (2004)Conference1 - 6 Aug
National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering (NCREE)Taipei, TaiwanTaipei, Taiwan (2003)International Training13-17 Oct
Russian Academy of sciences, International Institute of Earthquake Predicton Theory (2002)INSA Visiting Scientist Exchange Programme24 Dec-7 F
International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMODE)Kathmandu, Nepal (2002)International Training-cum Workshop 11-26 Nov
Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) Trieste, Italy (2001)Workshop15-27 Oct
Institute of Geophysics, Hanoi, Vietnam; Purpose -1st IAGA-IASPEI Joint Assembly HonoiVietnam (2001)ConferenceAug 19-31
Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), Italy (1999)workshopOct. 14-22
Institute of geophysics State Seismological Bureau, Beijing, China (1998)International Training)4-14 Oct.
Keele University, London UK (1998)ConferenceApril14-18
University of Thessaloniki, Aristotle Geophysical Laboratory, Greece (1997)ConferenceAug.18-28
Participation in short term courses
Couse NameSponsored ByDate
Regional Course on Earthquake and Tsunami Vulnerability Reduction focusing the use of spatial-2006Bangkok, Thailand 22 Oct-6 N
International Training Program for Seismic Design of Structures-2003NCREE, Taipei, Taiwan, ROC,Oct.13-17
Second International Training Course on “ Earthquake vulnerability Reduction for cities(EVRC-2)-2002Kathmandu Nepal, Nov.11-22
Internal Training course on" Continental Earthquake and seismic Hazard-1998IUGG/SSB Institute of Geophysics, State Seismological Bureau, Beijing, ChinaDec.17-19
Training on World Bank Project on" Strong Motion Building Instrumentation-1997Department of Earthquake Engineering University of Roorkee, U.P., IndiaDec.1-6
Third SERC School on "Seismology and Earthquake Processes-1996Indian School of Mines (ISM), Dhanbad, Bihar, India23 Se-12 O
Fourth SERC School on "Electromagnetic induction in the earth Recent Advances (EMII)"-1995 Department of Geophysics, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India17 Ap-0 Ma
Third SERC Summer School in "Geomagnetism and Earth's interior-1993IIT, Powai, IIG, Colaba and TIFR) Bombay, India29 M-17Ap
Ist SERC Winter School in the series "Seismology and Earthquakes Processes-1992National Geophysical Research Institute, Hyderabad, IndiaDec 11-31
Courses or Conferences Organised
Conference NameSponsored ByDate
Symposium on Seismic Hazard Analysis and Microzonation (2005)DST & ISETSept-23-24
National International Collaboration
TopicOrganisationLevel
Diagnostic Seismicity in Peninsular IndiaBanaras Hindu University VaranasiPh.D
Books Authored

(Editor) Proceeding of Symposium on Seismic Hazard Analysis and Microzonation, 2005

Refereed Journal Papers

 

  1. Tinku Biswas, Swami Saran, Daya Shanker, (2016). Analysis of A Strip Footing Using Constitutive Law. Geosciences Vol. 6, N0. 2
  2. Sherif M. ALI, D. Shanker, (2016). Study of seismicity in the NW Himalaya and adjoining regions using IMS network. Journal of Seismology, DOI 10.1007/s10950-016-9603-7
  3. Manisha Singh, D. Shanker, Sherif M. ALI, (2015). Seismic Hazard Assessment in Hindukush-Pamir Himalaya Using IMS            Network; Geosciences 2015, 5(3): 81-85;  DOI: 10.5923/j.geo.20150503.01  
  4. Aniket Desai, D. Shanker*, Ravi Sankar Jakka (2015). Earthquake Induced Landslide Hazard Zonation of Nainital Region; Geosciences 2015, 5(2): 62-69. DOI: 10.5923/j.geo.20150502.02.
  5. A. Panthi, H. N. Singh and D. Shankar, (2013). Revisiting State of Stress and Geodynamic Processes in Northeast India Himalaya and its Adjoining Region, Geosciences (Volume 3, Number 5, December 2013).
  6. *D Shanker, A. Panthi, H. N. Singh (2012). Long-term seismic hazard analysis in Northeast Himalaya and its adjoining regions, Geosciences 2012; 2(2), 25-32.
  7. H. N. Singh, Arvind Kumar and D. Shanker (2012). Studies on Site Specific Responses and its relationship with the Geological Formations in Kochi City of Kerala State, India, Geosciences 2(1): 1-5, doi: 10.5923/j.geo.20120201.01
  8. A. kumar, H.N. Singh and D. Shanker (2012). Seismic microzonation for Kochi city, India in GIS environment.  J. of Rock Mechanics and Tunnelling Tech. 18(1),5-14.
  9. *D. Shanker, H. Paudyal and H. N. Singh (2011). Discourse on Seismotectonics of Nepal Himalaya and Vicinity: Appraisal to Earthquake Hazard. Geosciences 1(1): 1-15; doi: 10.5923/j.geo.20110101.01
  10. A. Panthi, D. Shankar, H. N. Singh and A. Kumar (2011). Time-predictable model applicability for earthquake occurrence in Northeast India and vicinity. Journal of Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci., 11, 993–1002.
  11. H. Paudyal, D. Shanker and H. N. Singh (2011). Characteristics of Earthquake Sequence in Northern Himalayan Region of South Central Tibet - Precursor Search and Location of Potential Area of future earthquake. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 41 (4-5), 459-466.: doi:10.1016/j.jseaes.2010.11.019.
  12. M. Banerjee, V. P. Singh, H. N. Singh, D. Shankar, Sunjay, U. S. Singh (2010). Ground Rupturing Due to Entrapped Air/Gas in the Unconfined Zone, International Journal of Geosciences, 1, 149-154, doi:10.4236/ijg.2010.13019.
  13. R.B.S. Yadav, E.E. Papadimitriou, V.G. Karakostas, D. Shanker, B.K. Rastogi, S. Chopra, A.P. Singh and Santosh Kumar (2010). The 2007 Talala, Saurashtra, western India earthquake sequence: Tectonic implications and seismicity triggering, Journal of Asian Earth Science 40(1), 303-314 (2010), doi: 10.1016/j.jseaes.2010.07.001.
  14. Manas Banerjee, Debolin Bhattacharya, Hriday Narain Singh, Daya Shanker (2010). Evaluation of Hydrogeology of the Lower Son Valley Based on Remote Sensing Data, Journal of Geographic Information System, 2, 220-227.
  15. R. B. S. Yadav, J. N. Tripathi, D. Shanker, B. K. Rastogi, M. C. Das and Vikas Kumar (2010). Probabilities for the occurrences of medium to large earthquakes in northeast India and adjoining region. Journal of Natural Hazard, 56, 145-167, DOI 10.1007/s11069-010-9557-y.
  16. R. B. S. Yadav, D. Shanker, S. Chopra, A. P. Singh (2010). An application of regional time and magnitude predictable model for long-term earthquake prediction in the vicinity of October 8, 2005 Kashmir Himalaya earthquake, Journal of Natural Hazard. 54(3), 985-1014.DOI 10.1007/s11069-010-9519-4.
  17. *D. Shanker, H. N. Singh, H. Paudyal, A. Kumar, A. Panthi, and V. P. Singh (2010). Searching for an Earthquake Precursor- A Case Study of Precursory Swarm as a Real Seismic Pattern before Major Shocks. Evison volume of Pure and Applied Geophysics Vol. 167(6-7), 655-666 (DOI 10.1007/s00024-010-0067-3).
  18. *H. N. Singh, H. Paudyal, D. Shanker, A. Panthi, A. Kumar, and V. P. Singh (2010). Anomalous Seismicity and Earthquake Forecast in Western Nepal Himalaya and its Adjoining Indian Region. Evison volume of Pure and Applied Geophysics Vol. 167 (6-7) 667-684(DOI 10.1007/s00024-010-0072-6).
  19. H. Paudyal, D. Shanker, H. N. Singh, A. Kumar, A. Panthi, and V. P. Singh (2010).  Current understanding of the seismotectonics of  Western Nepal Himalaya and vicinity (2010). Acta Geod. Geophy. Hung. Vol. 45 (2), 195-209 (DOI: 10.1556/AGeod.45.2010.2.5).
  20. M. Banerjee, P. C .Chandra, D. Shanker, H. N. Singh, V. P. Singh (2009). Well function curves for different geometric situations in a large-diameter well. Acta Geod. Geophy. Hung., Vol. 44 (4), 439-457.
  21. Paudyal, H. Shanker, D. H. N. Singh, and V. P. Singh (2009). Application of time- and magnitude-predictable model in the Central Himalaya and vicinity for estimation of seismic hazard. Acta Geod. Geophy. Hung., Vol. 44 (2), 213-226.
  22. Bhawani singh, D. Shanker and Singh, M. (2009). Control of Earthquake by lakes in Himalayas and vicinity. Journal of Rock Mechanics and Tunneling Technology, 15(1), 55-68.
  23. D. Shanker, H. Paudyal, H. N. Singh, and V. P. Singh (2008). Understanding earthquake disaster in Central Himalayas-A perpective on mitigation and hazard prediction, Journal of Nepal Geological Society, 38, 23-28.
  24. H. N. Singh , D. Shanker , V. N. Neelakandan , J. Mathai , V. P. Singh and M. Banerjee (2008). Spurt of Geosignatures Signifying Possible Precursors to a Major Earthquake in Southwestern Indian Peninsula. The Icfai Journal of Earth Sciences, 2 (2), 7-40.
  25. Harihar Paudyal, H.N. Singh, D. Shanker, and V.P. Singh (2008). Stress pattern in two seismogenic sources in Nepal-Himalaya and its vicinity. Acta Geophysics, 56 (2), 313-323.
  26. Paudyal, H. Shanker, D. H. N. Singh, and V. P. Singh (2008). Validity of time- predictable seismicity model for Nepal and adjoining regions. Journal of Nepal Geological Society, 38, 15-22.
  27. *D. Shanker, R.B.S. Yadav and H.N. Singh (2007). On the seismic risk in the Hindukush-Pamir- Himalaya and vicinity. Current Sciences, 92 (11), 1625-1630.
  28. D. Shanker and H.N. Singh (2007). Application of the Time predictable model in Peninsular India for future seismic hazard assessment. Acta Geophysics, 55 (3), 302-312.
  29. D. Shanker, E. E. Papadimitriou, M. Banerjee, Harihar Paudyal, H.N. Singh, and V.P. Singh (2007).Would it have been possible to Predict October 08, 2005 Kashmir Earthquake? Possibility of another Earthquake in Himalayas. Journal of Rock Mechanics and Tunneling Technology 13 (1), 55-59.
  30. *V. P. Singh, D. Shanker, H. N. Singh and M. Banerjee (2007). Upper mantle instability and seismic activity of Kachch and adjoining areas with special reference to Bhuj earthquake of 2001, Gujarat, India - A petrologic model. Acta Geod. Geophy. Hung., Vol., 42 (3), 323-340.
  31. H.N. Singh, D. Shanker, V.N. Neelakandan, V.P. Singh (2007). Distribution patterns of natural radioactivity and delineation of anomalous radioactive zones using in situ radiation observations in Southern Tamil Nadu, India. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 141 (1), 264-272.
  32. *V. P. Singh, J. Duda and D. Shanker (2005).  A plausible model for present day seismicity and tectonic activity in the Hindukush complex zone. Asian Journal of Earth Sciences, 12, 147-156.
  33. H. N. Singh, D. Shanker, V. P. Singh (2005). Occurrence of Anomalous Seismic Activity Preceding Large to Great Earthquakes in Northeast India Region with Special Reference to 06 August 1988. Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors., 148 (2-4),  261-284
  34. Singh, M., Singh, B. and D. Shanker (2005). Critical state mechanics in non-critical failure criteria for rocks. Journal of Rock Mechanics and Tunneling Technology, 11(1), 13-24.
  35. H. N. Singh, John M., V.N. Neelakandan, D. Shankar and V.P. Singh (2005). A Database on Occurrence Patterns of Unusual Geological Incidents in Southwest Peninsular India and its implication on Future Seismic Activity. Acta Geod. Geophy.  Hung., 40, pp. 69-88
  36. *D. Shanker and E. Papadimitriou (2004). Time dependent seismicity in Hindukush-Pamir-Himalayas. Tectonophysics Special Volume ,390 (1-4), 129-140.
  37. D. Shanker, N. Kapur and V. P. Singh (2004). Modelling quaternary thrusting in Himalayas and its geodynamic constraints in southern Tibet. Acta Geod. Geophy.  Hung., 39(1), pp.73-87.
  38. *V. P. Singh, D. Shanker and R. Singh (2004). A structural and tectonic synthesis of parts of Archeans, Satpuras and Chhattisgarh basins around Mandala-Raipur districts, M. P. India, using gravity field data. IUGG Special Volume ‘Earthquake Hazard, Risk, and Strong Ground Motion,  1, 121-136.
  39. D. Shanker, N. Kapur and V. P. Singh (2003). Evidence on triggered seismicity associated with the October 20,1991 Uttarkashi Earthquake (Garhwal Himalaya). India. Acta Geod. Geophy.  Hung., 38, No. 3, 363-374.
  40. V. P. Singh O. P. Singh B.N.P. Agrawal and D. Shanker (2003). Analysis of total magnetic anomalies over the north eastern marginal part of Deccan Traps and adjoining areas of Central India. Acta Geophysica Polonica, 51 (2), pp.165-177.
  41. *D. Shanker, N. Kapur and B. Singh (2002). Thrust wedge mechanics and coeval development of normal and reverse fault in the Himalayas. Journal of Geological Society, London, 159, 264-273.
  42. D. Shanker and N. Kapur (2001). On the spatio temporal distribution of global seismicity and rotation of the earth. A-review. Acta. Geod. Geoph. Hung., 36. No.2. pp.175-187.
  43. M. L. Sharma  and D. Shanker (2001). Estimation of seismic hazard parameters for the Himalayas and its vicinity from incomplete data files. ISET Journal of Earthquake Technology, 38(2-4), 93-102.
  44. D. Shanker, B. Singh an.d V.P., Singh (2000). Earthquake time cluster in North-East India during February to April 1988. Acta Geod. Geophy.  Hung, 35(2), pp.195-204.
  45. *D. Shanker and M.L. Sharma (1998). Estimation of seismic hazard parameters for the Himalayas and its vicinity from complete data files.Pure.and Appl. Geophys( PAGEOPH), 152, pp. 267-279.
  46. D. Shanker (1998). Earthquake risk evaluation in Koyna region of Maharastra, India. Acta Geod. Geophy.  Hung, 33, No.(2-4), pp.335-340.
  47. *V. P. Singh and D. Shanker (1997). Petrologic model for generation of medium size earthquake in Deccan Trap; India. Proc.Indian National science Academy, 63A, No. 6, pp. 457-467.
  48. D. Shanker and M. L. Sharma (1997). Statistical analysis of completeness of seismicity data of the Himalayas and its effect on earthquake hazard determination. Bull.Indian Soc of Earthquake Technology, 34, No. 3, pp. 159-170.
  49. D. Shanker and V.P. Singh (1997). Seismic risk analysis for the occurrence of medium size earthquakes in Kangra region, Himachal Pradesh, India; Proc.Indian. Natn Sci. Acad. ,63, A, No.2. ,pp. 197-202.
  50. D. Shanker and V.P. Singh (1996).Seismicity behaviour of north-East India and its vicinity. Science and Culture, 62(7-8), pp-215-217.
  51. D. Shanker and V.P. Singh (1996). Regional Time- and Magnitude- predictable Seismicity model for north-east India and vicinity; Acta Geod. Geoph. Hung., 31(1-2), pp. 181-190.
  52. D. Shanker, H.N. Singh and V.P. Singh (1995). Anomalous seismic activity and long-range earthquake prediction in Himachal Pradesh, India; Acta Geod. Geophy. Hung, 30(2-4), pp. 379-395.
  53. D. Shanker and V.P. Singh (1995). Earthquake distribution characteristics and seismicity rate in Hindu Kush and its vicinity. Acta Geophysia Polonica, 43, No. 4, pp. 337-342.
  54. D. Shanker and V.P. Singh (1995). Long-term prediction of earth- quakes in the major seismogenic sources of adjoining areas of north-east India; Acta Geod. Geophy. Hung., 30(2-4), pp. 207-216.
  55. *V. P. Singh, C.L. Singh and D. Shanker (1995). Patna fault as a subsurface feature of the Ganga-Basin and its geodynamic constraints; Proc.Indian National Science Academy, 61A(1), pp. 47-52.
  56. *V. P. Singh, D. Shanker and K. Hamada (1994). A study of seismicity of north-east India and adjoining area based on statistical analyses; Current Science, 66,(12), pp. 922-926.
  57. D. Shanker and V.P. Singh (1994). Latur earthquake of eastern Maharastra.  Science and Culture60, (6-12), pp. 99-103.
  58. *V. P. Singh and D. Shanker (1993). Flow of Tibetan Plateau and tectonic along Burmese Arc; Geophysical Transactions, 38( 2-3), pp. 135-149.
  59. V. P. Singh, D. Shanker and J. Singh (1992). On the validity of Time-predictable model for earthquake generation in North-East India; Proc. Indian Acad. Sci.(Earth-Planet. Sci.), 101(4), pp. 361-368.
  60. V. P. Singh and D. Shanker (1992). On the seismicity and tectonic activity of Bengal basin and its adjoining regions; MAUSAM, 43 (4), pp. 371-378.
  61. V. P. Singh, D. Shanker and A. Ram (1991). Seismological approach to earthquake prediction in Himalayas and adjoining areas; The Journal of Scientific Research, 41B, pp. 101-110.
  62. D. Shanker (1991). Bhayanak Aur Vinashkari Bhukamp (in Hindi). Vagyanik, 23(1), pp. 41-43.
  63. U. S. Singh, D. Shanker and R.K. Singh (1988). Spectra of different fluxes over the arid and semi-arid zones of North-West India during MONEX-1979; Proc. Indian Acad. Sci. (Earth Planet Sci.), 97, pp. 137-147
    • In International / National conferences / symposia(Full papers, Short notes & Abstracts etc.)

  64.  D. Shanker (2016). Seismic cycle and escort for the occurrence of large earthquakes. Joint Workshop on slow Earthquake 2016. Tokyo, Japan from 13-15 September, 2016, page 53, I32, 2016

  65. Swami Saran, D. Shanker and Tinku Biswas (2016). Proportioning of a strip footing located in seismic region using non-linear constitutive law of sand. Sixth International Conference on Recent Advances  in  Geotechnical  Earthquake  Engineering  and  Soil  Dynamics August 1 – 6, 2016, IIT Roorkee Extension Centre,  20 Knowledge Park II, Greater Noida, India

  66. D. Shanker (2015). Earthquake generation Process and forecast in Himalayas and vicinity. Workshop on slow Earthquake 2015. Nagoya, Japan from 22-26 September, 2015, page I19, 2015

  67. D. Shanker, M. Singh, B. Singh (2015). Modified Friction Law and Non-Linear Geodynamical analysis of rock failure. Abstract: IUGG-0280. XXVI IUGG 2015 General Assembly, in Czech Republic, Prague, from 22 June - 02 July 2015.
  68. D. Shanker (2015). Earthquake predictability, present scenario and future prospects in India and neighborhood. Abstract: IUGG-1503. XXVI IUGG 2015 General Assembly, in Czech Republic, Prague, from 22 June - 02 July 2015.
  69. D. Shanker and V. P. Singh (2015). Trending Discussion on Bihar-Nepal Earthquake (1934 & 1988) and its relation to Patna fault inferred from gravity and magnetic data. Abstract: IUGG-0270. XXVI IUGG 2015 General Assembly, in Czech Republic, Prague, from 22 June - 02 July 2015.
  70. D. Shanker, M. Banerjee, H.N. Singh, Sanjay (2015). Modelling of hydro-tremors generation and associated hazard in the Northern parts of India. Abstract: IUGG-0247.  XXVI IUGG 2015 General Assembly, in Czech Republic, Prague, from 22 June - 02 July 2015.
  71. D. Shanker (2015). Earthquake Occurrence Statistics and Delimitation of Seismogenic Source Zones in the Himalayan Belt. CTBTO SnT2015 conference in Vienna, Austria, from 24 to 25 June 2015; T1.5-P19.
  72. D. Shanker, H. N. Singh, H. Paudyal (2015). Investigating a New Paradigm in Delaying Impending Earthquake in Indo-Nepal Himalaya. CTBTO SnT2015 conference in Vienna, Austria, from 24 to 25 June 2015; T4.1-O3.
  73. Aniket Desai, D. Shanker and Ravi S. Jakka (2015). Earthquake induced landslide hazard zonation of Nainital region. Journal of Nepal Geological Society, Volume 48, Special issue, April 2015, abstract volume Seventh Nepal Geological Congress (ngc-vii) April 7-9, 2015, Pp45.
  74. D. Shanker (2014). Would it have been possible to predict the February 02, 2014, M6.8 xinjiang-xizang border region earthquake? 10th General Assembly & Asian Seismological Commission (ASC), Makati Manila, Philippines 17-21 November 2014, Pp31.
  75. D. Shanker, Paudyal, H and Singh, H.N. (2014). Prolongation of Precursory Swarm and Future Earthquake estimate in Indo-Nepal Himalaya.10th General Assembly & Asian Seismological Commission (ASC), Makati Manila, Philippines 17-21 November 2014, Pp 87
  76. .D. Shanker, Singh, H.N. and Paudyal, H. (2013).Anomalous seismicity and estimates of future earthquake in Western Nepal Himalaya and vicinity. IASH-IAPSO-IASPEI-2013 general Assembly, Knowledge for the future, Gothenburg, Sweden, 22-26 July 2013
  77. D. Shanker, Singh, H.N and A. Panthi (2013). Earthquake activity update in northeast India Himalaya for assessing and managing risk. IASH-IAPSO-IASPEI-2013 general Assembly, Knowledge for the future, Gothenburg, Sweden, 22-26 July 2013
  78. D. Shanker (2013). Seismicity triggering and source process of the future earthquake in Garhwal Himalayas. IASH-IAPSO-IASPEI-2013 general Assembly, Knowledge for the future, Gothenburg, Sweden, 22-26 July 2013.
  79. D. Shanker (2013). Periodicity in seismic activity escort for the occurrence of large earthquakes. S&T2013 conference in Vienna, Austria, from 17 to 22 June 2013, T1-P45, PP. 38.
  80. D. Shanker, H.N. Singh, A. Kumar, V. N. Neelakandan  and V. S. Kumar (2012). Local Site Effect and Microzonation in Assessing and Managing Earthquake Risk. Them: Urban Risk Assessment, paper No. 0120, page 228, 15th World Conference of Earthquake Engineering (15th WCEE-12), Lisbon, Portugal, 24-28 September, 2012.
  81. D Shanker, A Panthi, H.N Singh (2011) Prediction of Earthquake Occurrence Probabilities and Hazard in Northeast India. XXVth General Assembly of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG) in Melbourne, Australia, 28 June – 7 July 2011
  82. D Shanker, A Kumar, H.N Singh ,V.N Neelakandan ,V Shravan Kumar (2011). Estimation of Site response parameters for Kochi City India - Seismic Microzonation, XXVth General Assembly of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG) in Melbourne, Australia, 28 June – 7 July 2011
  83. D. Shanker, H.N. Singh & H. Paudyal (2011) b- Value and Energy Release Pattern in Seismogenic Region of Nepal Himalaya and vicinity – Paradigm of Earthquake Hazard, XXVth General Assembly of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG) in Melbourne, Australia, 28 June – 7 July 2011
  84. D. Shanker, H. N. Singh, John Mathai , V. N. Neelakandan, A. Kumar (2011). Detection of earthquake hazard in southwest peninsular India – Spurt of various unusual geological incidents, CTBTO S&T2011 conference in Vienna, Austria, from 8 to 10 June 2011, T1-O16, PP. 32.
  85. D. Shanker (2011). The physics of tsunami: basics understanding and its disastrous effects, CTBTO S&T2011 conference in Vienna, Austria, from 8 to 10 June 2011, T1-P42, PP.47.
  86. D Shanker, H. N. Singh, V. N. Neelakandan, A. Kumar (2011). A report of natural background radiation hazard in southern Tamil Nadu, India and its effect on habitat and environment, CTBTO S&T2011 conference in Vienna, Austria, from 8 to 10 June 2011, T1-P46, PP. 49.
  87. Panthi A., D. Shanker, H. N. Singh and A. Kumar (2010). Time-Predictable model applicability for earthquake occurrences in North-east India and vicinity. International conference on Geophysical sciences, Energy, Climate change and Evaluation of Human Society (ICONGSECCES-2010), dept. of Geophysics, Banaras hindu University; Dec.21-23,2010
  88. Kumar A.,   H. N. Singh,  D. Shanker, Panthi A (2010). Investigation on site response parameters in selected sites in central Kerala Region, India, International conference on Geophysical sciences, Energy, Climate change and Evaluation of Human Society (ICONGSECCES-2010), dept. of Geophysics, Banaras hindu University; Dec.21-23,2010.
  89. D. Shanker, Harihar Paudyal, H. N. Singh, A. Panthi, A. Kumar and V. P. Singh (2010). Understanding future earthquakr hazard and precursory seismicity associated with March 28, 1999 Chamoli earthquake of Uttarakhand India. International Conference Asia Oceania Geoscience society (AOGS10), Hyderabad International Convention Center, India, 5-9 July 2010, SE14-A00, pp 321.
  90. R.B.S. Yadav, D. Shanker and A. P. Singh (2010). b-value Mapping in Hindukush-Pamir Himalaya Region: Evidence of Phase Transformation of Material within Subducting Slab., AGU Chapman conference on Complexity and Extreme Events, National Geophysical Research Institute (NGRI), Feb 12 -17, 2010.
  91. D. Shanker, Harihar Paudyal and H.N. Singh (2009). Seismological Approach to Earthquake Forecast in Western Nepal Himalaya & its adjoining Indian Region, International scientific studies conference (ISS09), Hofburg Imperial Palace Vienna, Austria, 10-12 June 2009.
  92. D. Shanker, R.B.S. Yadav and H.N. Singh (2008). Occurrence probability and earthquake forecast in Hindukush-Pamir-Himalaya and Vicinity, in 7th General Assembly & Asian Seismological Commission (ASC) & SSJ Meeting, Tsukuba Japan, 24-28 November, 2008, C42-01, pp96.
  93. D. Shanker and RBS. Yadav (2008). Probable evidence for periodicities in seismicity in Gujarat and adjoining region, India: implications on future earthquake hazard. Proceedings of 14th World Conference of Earthquake Engineering (14th WCEE-08), Beijing, China, 12-17 October, 2008, Paper ID: 09-01-0001.
  94. Harihar Paudyal, V.P.Singh, D. Shanker and H. N.Singh (2008). Current Seismicity and Seismotectonics in Western Nepal Himalaya and its adjoining region, 45th Annual Convention and Meeting on “Seismic Hazard and Crustal Earthquakes: Indian Scenario” Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India, 5-7 November, 2008,
  95. H.N.Singh, D. Shanker, V. N. Neelakandan, V.Shravankumar, V.P.Singh and M.Banerjee (2008). Studies on Site Response in Kochi City and Preparation of Seismic Microzonation, 45th Annual Convention and Meeting on “Seismic Hazard and Crustal Earthquakes: Indian Scenario” Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India, 5-7 November, 2008,
  96. D. Shanker, H.N. Singh, Harihar Paudyal and V. P. Singh (2008). Searching for an earthquake precursor – a case study of precursory swarm as a real seismic pattern before major shocks, Evison Symposium on Seismogenesis and Earthquake Forecasting, Wellington, New Zealand, 18-22 Feb. 2008, pp. 40.
  97. D. Shanker, H.N. Singh, Neelakandan V N, Shravan Kumar V,Paudyal H, Banerjee M, Singh V P. (2008). Site Response Studies in Kochi City, Kerala, India, 31st General Assembly of the European Seismological Commission ESC 2008, Hersonissos, Crete, Greece, 7-12 September 2008
  98. D. Shanker (2007). Testing time-predictable earthquake recurrence model - A successful Prediction of October 08, 2005 Kashmir Earthquake; Proceding of 23rd National Convention of Civil Engineers & National seminar on Design & Strengthening of building Structures, 27-28 October 2007, Institution of Engineer Jabalpur Local Center, PP. 196-172.
  99. D. Shanker, H.N. Singh and V. P. Singh V.N. Neelakandan (2007). Geological evidence of natural radioactivity in southern Tamil Nadu, India - impact on the human, animal health and natural environment; Proceeding of the 9th International Conference of Gas Geochemistry, Department of Geosciences, National Taiwan University, Taipei Taiwan, 01-08 Oct. 2007, pp. 239.
  100. R.B.S. Yadav and D. Shanker (2006). Vertical distribution of seismic activity and behaviour of b-value in hindukush-pamir-himalaya and vicinity. Proceedings of 13th Earthquake Engineering  2006, Department of Earthquake Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, India , Volume 1, pp. 228-227.
  101. H. R. Wason, A. Sinvhal, D. Shanker, Ashok Kumar and V. H. Joshi (2006). Ground deformation observed due to the Great Sumatra earthquake of December 26, 2004, and tsunami in and around Andaman and Nicobar islands, Proceedings of 13th Earthquake Engineering  2006, Department of Earthquake Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, India , Volume 1, pp. 215-225
  102. D. Shanker, Harihar Paudyal, O.P. Arya, H.N. Singh, V.P. Singh (2006). Understanding earthquake disaster in Cental Himalayas-A perspective on mitigation and hazard prediction, International Workshop on Seismology, Seismotectonics and Seismic Hazard in the Himalayan region Kathmandu, Nepal, 28-29 November, 2006, pp. 20
  103. D. Shanker, Harihar Paudyal, O.P. Arya, H.N. Singh, V.P. Singh (2006). Time-Dependent Seismicity and Prediction of Earthquake Hazard in Nepal - Himalaya Region, Asian Seismological Commission VI General Assembly (ASC), Bangkok, Thailand, 7-10 November, 2006, pp. 48.
  104. R. B. S. Yadav, D. Shanker and V.P. Singh (2005). Historical Seismicity of Kutch Region and Pattern of Aftershock Sequences of 26th Jan 2001 Bhuj Earthquake, 42nd annual conference of "Indian Geophysical Union", Barkatullah University, Bhopal, India,, December 7-9, 2005; pp-89-90.
  105. D. Shanker, H.N. Singh, John M., V.N. Neelakandan, V.P. Singh (2005).  Unusual geological incidents in Southwest Peninsular india and its implication on future seismic activity, IASPEI-05, General Assembly 02-08, October 2005, Santiago, Chile South America, WO3.
  106. D. Shanker, H.N. Singh, V.N. Neelakandan, V.P. Singh (2005). Spatio-Temporal Patterns of seismicity in active belts of Hindukush - Pamirs- Himalayas and its implication on future Hazard, IASPEI-05, General Assembly 02-08, October 2005, Santiago, Chile South America, SSO3.
  107. D. Shanker and H. R. Wason (2005). Damage survey report due to earthquake and tsunami of 26 December, 2004 in andanan & nicobar and vicinity, india - lessons for the future, General Assembly 02-08, October 2005, Santiago, Chile South America, JSO3.
  108. D. Shanker , V.P. Singh , S. Babu (2005). Fluid inclusions and seismic activity of Kachch and adjoining areas with special reference to Bhuj earthquake of 2001, Gujarat India: Petrologic implications, IASPEI-05, General Assembly 02-08, October 2005, Santiago, Chile South America, SSO3 (WO1).
  109. Yadav, R.B.S., D. Shanker, V.P. Singh and S.C.Gupta (2005). On the study of Seismic activity and pattern of Aftershock sequences of Kutch region with reference to Bhuj earthquake, 26 Jan, 2001, India, Proceeding of Seismic Hazard Analysis and Microzonation, September, 23-244, 2005, IIT Roorkee, Vol. 1, pp.119-134.
  110. D. Shanker, H. R. Wason, A. Sinvhal and V. H. Joshi (2005). Damage Due to Devastating Earthquake (Mw 9), and Tsunami of December 26, 2004 in Andaman and Nicobar, India: A Perspective. Proceeding of 22nd International Tsunami Symposium, Chania Crete Greece, 27-29 June 2005, pp.221-232.
  111. D. Shanker and A. Harbindu (2004). Development of time - and - magnitude predictable model and prediction of earthquake hazard in central Himalayas.13th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering, Vancouver, B.C. Canada, August 1-6, 2004,P-044.
  112. Singh,B., D. Shanker, M. Singh, N.K. Shamadhiya and R.N. Anbalagan (2004). Control of earthquakes by lakes along active faults 8th World Multi Conference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics (SCI-2004), Orlando, Florida, USA, July 18-21.
  113. D. Shanker and  Mishra, N. (2003).  “Time of Increased Probability of Strong Earthquakes (m³6.0) In The Himalayas And Its Vicinity Diagnosed By Algorithm M8.”  Proc. of JISC "New Geometry of Nature", 2003, Kazan University Press, , Russia, Vol.1, p.342-344
  114. D. Shanker (2003). Time dependent prediction of earthquake hazard in Himalayas. Joint International scientific conference “New Geometry of Nature”, Proc. of JISC "New Geometry of Nature", 2003, Kazan University Press, , Russia, Vol.1, p.336-341.
  115. D. Shanker, V. P., Singh, Nipun Kapur, A. I. Gorshkov, O. V., Novikova and V. G., kossobokov (2003). Stress simulation and occurrence of quaternary thrusting in Himalayas. IUGG General Assembly  Sapporo, Japan , 30 June-11 July, SSO4, PP. B 496
  116. D. Shanker, V. P., Singh and R. Singh (2003). Surface gravity survey and geophysical interpretation of gravity field data to study structural and tectonic characteristic of parts of Archeans, Satpuras and Chhattisgarh basins around Mandala-Raipur districts, M. P., India.  IUGG General Assembly  Sapporo, Japan , 30 June-11 July, SSO3, PP. B 474
  117. D. Shanker and B. Singh (2003). Earthquake generated landslide hazard problem in the Himalayas- a hazard    zonation there of. 20th Pacific Science Congress, Bangkok, Thailand, 17-21 March 2003, Symposium 2.3: Natural Hazard.
  118. D. Shanker (2002).  Earthquake triggered landslides and geological approach for landslide hazard zonation in Himalayan region. Symposium on Seismology Earthquake Hazard Assessment and risk management, in Conjuction with 4th Asian Seismological Commission ASC-2002, 24-26, November, 2002, Kathmandu, Nepal. PP.45. 
  119. D. Shanker (2002).  Seismogenic source identification and prediction of earthquake hazard in Hindukush-Pamir-Himalayas region. 12th Symposium on Earthquake Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, India, 16-18, Dec. 2002, PP.296-304
  120. D. Shanker (2002). Predictibility of earthquakes and its implication on seismic hazard assessment Hindukush-Pamir-Himalayas and vicinity. Conference on “Quaternary Climate, Tectonics and Environment of the Himalaya: Comparison with other regions”. Department of Geology, The durham Kumaun University, Nainital, Uttaranchal, India. Pp. 57
  121. D. Shanker (2001). Role of in situ stress in rock and implications to earthquake Triggering. National Workshop on Application of Rock Engineering in Nation’s development, 27-28 April, 2001, department of Civil Engg. University of Roorkee, Roorkee, PP.227-234.
  122. D. Shanker (2001). Estimation of earthquake probabilities and seismic hazard in Andaman-Nicobar and its vicinity, India. International Conference On Mathematical Modelling, Department of Mathematics, University of Roorkee, Roorkee , January 29-31, pp. 78.
  123. D. Shanker and E. Papadimitriou (2001). On the time dependent seismicity in the Hindukush-Pamir-Himalayas. IAGA-IASPEI Joint Scientific Assembly, 19-31, August 2001, Hanoi, Vietnam., S3, PP. 347.
  124. D. Shanker, V. P., Singh, O. P., Singh, and B.N.P. Agrawal (2001). Analysis of total magnetic anomalies over the north eastern marginal part of Deccan Traps and adjoining areas of Central India. IAGA-IASPEI Joint Scientific Assembly, 19-31, August 2001, Hanoi, Vietnam.G 5.07, PP.252.
  125. D. Shanker, N. Kapur and B. Singh (2001). Thrust wedge modelling and coeval development of normal and thrust fault in the Himalayas. IAGA-IASPEI Joint Scientific Assembly, 19-31, August 2001, Hanoi, Vietnam. S6, PP.399.
  126. D. Shanker and B. Singh (2001). Earthquake Induced Landslide hazard Determination and associated construction in Himalayan region. IAGA-IASPEI, Joint Scientific Assembly, 19-31 August 2001, Hanoi, Vietnam. S3W, PP.352.
  127. D. Shanker (2001). The role of Tibetan plateau on the seismicity and tectonic pattern of the Ino-Birmese arc-A plausible model. IAGA-IASPEI Joint Scientific Assembly, 19-31, August 2001, Hanoi, Vietnam., S2, PP.325
  128. D. Shanker (2001). Estimation of earthquake probabilities and seismic hazard in Andaman-Nicobar and its vicinity, India. International Conference On Mathematical Modelling, Department of Mathematics, University of Roorkee, Roorkee , January 29-31, pp. 408-413.
  129. D. Shanker (2000). Long-term earthquake Prediction in Himalayas. Third meeting of Asian Seismological Commission & Symposium on “ Seismology, Earthquake Hazard Assessment and Earth’s Interior related topics, October, 10-12, Institute of Geophysics, Tehran University, Tehran Iran, S170, pp. 29.
  130. D. Shanker (1998). On the seismic hazard in Koyna region. Proceding of the 8 th Congress of IAEG, Vancouver, British  Columbia, Canada, 21-27 Sept. pp.854-848.
  131. D. Shanker (1998). Time dependent seismicity model in North-East India and its application in seismic hazard assessment International conference Geoscience-98 University of Keeke, Keele U.K., pp.63
  132. D. Shanker (1998). Hazard evaluation for the occurrence of medium size earthquake in Himalayas. Second International symposium on " The effect of surface geology on seismic motion, ESG-98, Dec.1-3, Yokoyama, Japan. Pp.66.
  133. D. Shanker (1998).  Present day seismic characteristics and tectonics of the Bengal basin. International conference Geoscience-98 University of Keeke, Keele U.K., pp. 68
  134. D. Shanker and M. L. Sharma (1998). Maximum likelihood estimation of seismic hazard parameter in the Himalayas from mixed data. International conference Geoscience-98 University of Keeke, Keele U.K., pp. 68
  135. D. Shanker (1998). Long term earthquake prediction in Himalayas 8th Congress of IAEG, Vancouver, British  Columbia, Canada, Sept.21-25, 1998. pp.845-848.
  136.   D. Shanker (1998). Long-term earthquake prediction in north-east India based on Time and Magnitude Predictable Model. Proc.Eleventh Sym. on Earthquake Engineering, Dec.17-19, University of Roorkee, 1, pp.189-196.
  137. D. Shanker and M. L. Sharma (1997).Estimation of seismic hazard parameters for North-East India and  its vicinity.Proc. Workshop on "Earthquake Disaster Preparedness ; Oct. 13-14, Department of Earthquake Engineering University of Roorkee, Roorkee,  pp. 49-57.
  138. D. Shanker and M.L. Sharma (1997). Estimation of seismic hazard parameters for the Himalayas and its  vicinity from complete data files.29th General Assembly of International Association of Seismology and Physics of the Earth Interior (IASPEI-97) , 18-28,August 1997 ,Greece. W5, pp.
  139. D. Shanker (1996). Transient Seismicity model for earthquake prediction in North- East India and its vicinity; Mathematics and its Application in Engineering and Industryt, Dec.16-18, 1996. Department of Mathematics, University of Roorkee,Roorkee, pp. 401-408.
  140. D. Shanker and V.P. Singh (1996). Regional time and magnitude predictable seismicity model for north-east India and vicinity. AEG.Hyderabad, India,  Pp. 73
  141. D. Shanker (1996). Seismotectonic modelling of the Himalayas to evaluate seismic risk in the region; 33rd Annual Convention and Modelling on Geophysical Instrumentation, Dec.18-20, 1996, Indian Geophysical Union.pp.28-29.
  142. V. P. Singh and D. Shanker (1995). A new approach to tectonic along the Burmese arc. Group meeting on Seismotectonics and Geodynamics of the Himalaya, Roorkee, pp. 21-22.
  143. D. Shanker, H.N. Singh and V.P. Singh (1994). Identification of earthquake prone area in Himachal Pradesh and energy release cycle in N.E. India. INSA Diamond Jubilee Celebrations Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology, Dehra Dun, p. 43.
  144. V. P. Singh, D. Shanker and R. Singh (1993). Seismic behaviour of North-east India and adjoining region. Eighteenth Annual Convention of AEG, pp. 30.
  145. V. P. Singh and D. Shanker (1993). Statistical relations for estimation of magnitude and time of occurrence of medium size earthquake in north of Himalayan region. Second Workshop on Statistical Models and Method in Seismology, European Centre for Prevention and forecasting of Earthquake, Athens, June (1993). PP.102.
  146. D. Shanker and V.P. Singh (1992). Probable periodic nature of seismic activity and occurrences of large earthquakes in north- east India - A statistical approach; A symposium on "Signal Processing and Modelling of Geosignature for Exploration of Oil Natural Gas" Banaras Hindu University, pp. 73, No. 42.
  147. V. P. Singh, D. Shanker and A. Ram (1991). Seismological approach to earthquake prediction in  Himalayas and adjoining area. Platinum Jubilee of Banaras Hindu University. A special issue, 418, pp. 101-110.
  148. V. P. Singh and D. Shanker (1991). Seismicity and tectonic activity of Bengal basin and its adjoining regions. International Seminar on Exploration Geophysics, AEG, Hyderabad, pp. A24, No. ABS 42.
  149. V. P. Singh and D. Shanker (1990). On the validity oftime predictable model for earthquakes generation in North-east India. Sixteenth Annual Convention and Seminar on Exploration Geophysics, Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology, Dehra Dun, pp. A6, No. 13.
  150. V.P. Singh and D. Shanker (1989). Estimation of magnitude and precursory time from faults for Kashmir-Tibet Border region earthquake of January 19, 1975. ISET Silver Jubilee National Symposium, Roorkee, I, pp. i-69 to i-73.