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M.Sc. (Tech.) Geophysics Department of Geophysics, Banaras Hindu University
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Gra)ity and Magnetic Methods 5ynamic Meteorology 6ell 7ogging $ reser)oir Geophysics Physical Meteorology Practical based on course GPM4040 Practical based on course GPM4042 Practical based on course GPM40 0 Practical based on course GPM40 2 TotaSemester+ ' %ourse %ode Tit-e GPM 01 0d)anced Computer Programming GPM 02 Communication %heory 0ny one of the corresponding combination of four courses of Group 0 ( GPM%03A GPM %0!A) or Group " ( GPM%03" GPM %0!") GPM 030 Geoelectromagnetic Methods GPM 032 ,ynoptic and %ropical Meteorology GPM 040 5igital Electronics $ Microprocessor GPM 042 0d)anced 5ynamic Meteorology GPM 0 0 Practical based on course GPM 030 GPM 0 2 Practical based on course GPM 032 GPM 0!0 Practical based on course GPM 040 GPM 0!2 Practical based on course GPM 042 GPM 0" Practical based on course GPM 01 GPM 0' Practical on Geophysical 5ata Processing TotaSemester+ 'I %ourse %ode Tit-e GPM!01 Physical 8ceanography and Marine Geophysics GPM!02 8ne of the Electi)e courses .GPM!02P to GPM!02:/ .P/ .P9:/ 0d)anced ;ydrology < .=/ 0d)anced ,eismology < > &emote ,ensing and G4, < .,/ En)ironmental Geophysics < .%/ Geomagnetism < .?/ Non9linear ,ystem in Geophysics < .@/ Geo tomography and Computer modeling < .6/ Modern %echniAues in ,eismic 4nterpretation and mitigation < .B/ 0d)anced Physical Meteorology < .C/ 0pplied Meteorology < .:/ 0d)anced ClimatologyD GPM!03 ,eminar . in the respecti)e specialiEation Groups / GPM!040 Comprehensi)e )i)a9)oce . GPM!0403GPM!042/ GPM!042 GPM!0 0 ProFect 1orG35issertation .Corresponding specialiEation Group GPM!0 2 03Group 2/ TotaGrand Tota-

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M.Sc. (Tech.) Geophysics %ourses %he MD,cD .%echD/ Geophysics course 1ill ha)e the follo1ing academic structure of the syllabus 1ith regard to the paper distribution o)er the entire three year courses .si# semesters/D %ontents of Sy--a3us of M.Sc. (Tech.) Geophysics %ourse (Semester System) S$M$ST$ +I G4M0)02 $5$M$"TS !# G$!5G6 %redits2 7

1D Physical and ,tructural Geology* 4ntroduction to geology- scope- subdisciplines and relationships 1ith other branches of science- 1eathering agents- landslides and )olcanic acti)ity- &epresentation of altitude- 5ip and striGe-outcrops- outlier and inlier- +oldsfaults- unconformities- Foints and their classification- criteria of their recognitionclinometer compass and its useD 2D Mineralogy* Mineral H its definition and mode of occurrence- physical properties of minerals liGe form- colour- lustre- streaG- clea)age-fracture-hardness and specific gra)ity- Physical characters and chemical composition of the follo1ing rocG forming minerals * =uartE- 8rthoclase- Microcline- Plagioclase - Nepheline- Musco)ite-2iotite0ugite- ;ornblende- 8li)ine- Garnet- Epidote- Calcite and 2eryl- graphite- tourmalilnetalc- Iaolinite- Iyanite and CorundumD 3D Perology * &ocG9 its definition- classification and distinguishing characteristics of 4gneous- ,edimentary and Metamorphic rocGs forms of 4gneous rocGs- elementary ideas regarding formation- te#ture and structure of 4gneous- ,edimentary and Metamorphic rocGs- brief petrographic description and occurrences of the follo1ing rocGs* Granite- ,yenite- Gabbro- &hyolite- 5olerite- 2asalt- Conglomerate- 2reccia,andstone- 7imestone- ,hale- Gneiss- ,chist- =uartEite and Marble- +ormation of rocGs in plate tectonic settingsD Su88ested Boo9s2 1D 2D 3D 4D D !D "D 2erry $ Mason * Mineralogy 2illings * ,tructural Geology MuGherFee * 0 %e#t 2ooG of Geology &ead $ &utleyJs * Elements of Mineralogy ,ingh * ,tuctural Geology* 0 Practical 0pproach ,mith * Minerals and Microscope %yrrell * Principles of Petrology %redits2 7

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1D 4nstrumentation* ,urface- self recording and upper air meteorological instruments .mercury and aneroid barometer- barograph- air thermmeters-bimetallic thermographpsychrometer- hair hygrograph- cup anemometer- 5ines pressure tube anemographordinary and recording rain gauges- nephoscope- sunshine recorderD 2D Composition and structure of the atmosphereD 3D E)aporation- condensation- fog- cloud and precipitation- thunderstorm- supercell and multi cell structure- tornadoD 4D %hermodynamics* %hermodynamic principles- properties of dry and moist air- adiabatic processes- hydrostatic stability and instability- parcel method- tephigramD

dip and thicGness of the bedsD 5ra1ing of geological sections of the gi)en mapsD .ur)ey G4M0).constants) types and e#pressions.4yengar $ Main* Numerical Methods for .trapeEoidal and Gaussian Auadrature methods.finite difference methodsD 2D Computer Programming* 7o1 le)el and high le)el languages.least sAuare cur)e fitting.solution of simultaneous linear eAuations.olution of algebraic and transcendental eAuations.seasonsD LD Principles of 1eather forecastingD Su88ested Boo9s2 1D 2D 3D 4D D !D "D 'D 2yers* General Meteorology 4@ edition Cole * 4ntroduction to Meteorology Pettersen* 4ntroduction to Meteorology 2anerFee $ ?padhyay* Mausam @igyan 7utgens $ %arbucG* the atmosphere* 0n 4ntroduction to Meteorology &ama .impson.straight line and polynomial fits.o)er)ie1 of compilersinterpreters and operating systems..problem sol)ing on a computer.astry* 4ntroductory Methods of Numerical 0nalysis Main.matri# in)ersion method.Ne1ton and 7agrange formula.front.impsonKs method of computing long 1a)e radiation flu#.e#ecutable and non9e#ecutable statements assignment.olar and terrestrial radiation.D6D Monsoon.bisection and Ne1ton9&aphson methods.interpolation.heat balance of the earth and its atmosphereD !D 6ind .control and input 3output statements.la1s of radiation.numerical differentiationnumerical integration.cientific and Engineering Computation &aFa &aman* Numerical 0nalysis &aFa &aman* +undamentals of Computers &aFa &aman* +ortran Programming &am Iumar* Programming 1ith +ortran "" %redits2 ( G4M0)72 4 &%TI%&5 B&D$D !" %!U S$ G4M0)0 1D 2D 3D 4D D Clinometer compass and its use for determination of dip and striGe of different bedsD Geological problems on slope.numerical solution of ordinary differential in theory syllabus/D Megascopic study of rocGs gi)en in theory syllabusD %redits2 ( G4M0)/2 4 &%TI%&5 B&D$D !" %!U S$ G4M0)( .built in functions.cyclostrophic 1ind and inertial 1ind.Page 4 of 31 D &adiation* .green house effect.Euler and &unga9Iutta methods.+ortran preliminaries.gradient 1ind.Fet streamD E#tra tropical and tropical cyclones and anticyclones1estern disturbancesD 'D General Circulation of the 0tmosphere* NDED 0nd .thermal 1ind.ystem* Geostrophic 1ind.algorithms and flo1 charts integer and floating point arithmetic.subroutines and functionsoperations 1ith filesD Su88ested Boo9s2 1D 2D 3D 4D D !D .2 "UM$ I%&5 M$TH!DS &"D %!M4UT$ 4 !G &MMI"G %redits2 7 1D Numerical Methods* .obbs* Meteorology and 4ntroductory .land and sea breeEes.mountain and )alley 1indsD "D 0ir masses.astry* 6eather and 6eather +orecasting 5as* the Monsoons 6allace and .tudy of the physical properties pf rocG forming minerals .

fog.definitions.tudy of surface 1eather and upper air codesD 3D E#ercises in coding and decodingD 4D E#ercises in plotting station modelsD G4M0):2 4 &%TI%&5 B&D$D !" %!M4UT$ 4 !G&MMI"G %redits2 ( %o 1rite and e#ecute computer programs in +8&%&0N language for the follo1ing problems* 1D 2D 3D 4D D !D .tornadoD "D General Circulation of the 0tmosphere* NDED 0nd .hydrostatic stability and instability.D6D Monsoon.the students 1ill be reAuired to )isit some geophysical establishments and laboratories in the country to acAuaint themsel)es 1ith )arious geophysical acti)ities and submit the tour report to the tour 4n9chargeD %he )isit may be arranged during the intra3inter . 1D Composition and structure of the atmosphereD 2D E)aporation.springsD .precipitation and thunderstormD 3D %hermodynamic* %hermodynamic of dry and moist air.1estern disturbances.origin of ground1ater.2 $<%U SI!" &"D T!U 5uring the first .subsurface distribution of 1ater.olution of transcendental or polynomial eAuation by Ne1ton &aphson methodsD Numerical integration using .olution of first order differential eAuation using &unga9Iutta methodD 7inear cur)e fitting and calculation of linear correlation coefficientsD Matri# in)ersion and solution of simultaneous eAuationsD Numerical first order differentiation of a gi)enD $4! T %redits2 ( G4M0).Fet stream.Page of 31 1D +amiliariEation 1ith meteorological instruments and record surface meteorological obser)ationsD 2D .mountain and )alley of radiation.climate and 1eatherD Su88ested Boo9s2 1D 2D 3D 4D D !D 2yers* General Meteorology 4@ edition Cole* 4ntroduction to Meteorology Pettersen* 4ntroduction to Meteorology 2anerFee $ ?padhyay* Mausam @igyan 7utgens $ %arbucG* %he 0tmosphere* 0n 4ntroduction to Meteorology 5as* %he Monsoon S$M$ST$ +II G4M()02 G$!H6D !5!G6 %redits2 7 1D .e#tra9tropical and tropical cyclones.impson3Gaussian Auadrature methodD .air masses.anticyclones.emester.adiabatic house effectD D 7ocal 1inds* 7and and sea breeEes.seasons.front.ydrology cycle.precipitation.albedo.emester breaGD G4M0)*M2 #U"D&M$"T&5S !# M$T$! 5!G6 %redits2 .olar and terrestrial radiation.condensation.parcel methodD 4D &adiation* .anabatic and Gatabatic 1inds.foehn or ChinooGD !D Condensation.

eismic Method* Elementary principle of reflection and refraction methods.P-4P and resisti)ity methods.continuous profiling and correlation methods of sur)eyingD "D &adiometric Method* Physical and geological principles of radiometric methodsuccessi)e disintegrations eAuilibrium conditions.diffusi)ity.ealth $ %rainer* 4ntroduction to Ground1ater .andbooG of 0pplied .ydrology &aghunath* 4ntroduction to .%aggJs method of interpretationD !D .ydrology Properties of 6ater 2earing Materials* Porosity.irrigation and industrial usepollution of ground1aterD 'D Ground 6ater E#ploration and Management* Natural and artificial recharge of shooting.classification of aAuifers and ground1ater pro)incesD 4D Mo)ement of ground1ater and aAuifer performance tests.table and unstable gra)imeters.0ssessment and Management of 6ater &esources %redits2 7 G4M()(2 G$!$<45! &TI!" &"D SU '$6I"G 1D 2asic principles of geophysical e#plorationD 2D Physical properties of minerals and rocGsD 3D Gra)ity Method* .ydrology Iaranth* 5e)elopment.scintillation counter and gamma ray spectrometer.t1o layered reflection and refraction problems including inclined layer.e)apotranspiration.ingh* Elements of .conFuncti)e and consumpti)e use of ground1aterD Su88ested Boo9s2 1D 2D 3D 4D D !D "D 'D LD 6orcester* 0 %e#t 2ooG of Geomorphology %odd* Ground1ater .6orden.ydrology Cho1* .aAuifers.infiltration and runoffD !D Ground1ater e#ploration.analysis of hydrograph.e)aporation.6enner and .surface geological and geophysical methods of e#plorationand subsurface geophysical methodsD "D .radon measurementsD 'D 2asic principles of electromagnetic and GP& methodsD .1ater balance.7acoste and &omberg.specific yield.field practices and correctionsD D Electrical Method* Elements of .storati)ity.field procedure and reduction gra)ity dataD 4D Magnetic Method* +lu#gate and Proton Precession magnetometersD 0nomalies due to point pole and dipole.transmissi)ity and storati)ity by discharging methodsD D Precipitation.Page ! of 31 2D .specific retention.chlumberger configurationsD Methods of resisti)ity profiling and sounding.laboratory methods of determination of permeabilityD 3D Mode of occurrence of ground1ater .fundamentals of con)entional seismic instruments.classification of rocG 1ith respect to their 1ater bearing characteristics.artley 0sGania and Gulf gra)imeters.ydro9geochemistry* Physical and Chemical characteristics of ground1aterclassification of ground1ater in respect to domestic.5arcyNs la1 and its range of )alidity.aAuitards.ydrology 6ard* Principles of .ydrology %olman* .seepage.ydrology .theory of images.)oid radio.profile shooting.ydrology .theory of ground1ater flo1 under steady and unsteady conditionsdetermination of permeability.aAuicludes.permeabilitytransmissi)ity.GM counter.

musco)ite.2rief geological account of oil and gas fields in 4ndia* 0ssamGuFarat.istorical geology and stratigraphy of 4ndia ?D Prasad* Economic geologyD %redits2 7 G4M()72 S!5ID $& TH G$!4H6SI%S 1D .upergroup of .tratigraphy and seismic stratigraphy Geophysical methods of stratigraphic correlationD Physical and structural di)isions of 4ndian subcontinent and their characteristicsD Classification.aematite..oceanic ridges.IeplerJs la1 of planetary motion.sillimanite.geodynamics of 4ndian subcontinents and formation of .trenches and island arcs.chalcopyrite.galenasphelerite.pyrolusitepsilomalane.magnetite.@indhyan .imalayas.shape and siEe of the earth. $%!"!MI% = 4$T !5$UM G$!5!G6 %redits2 7 1D .diagnostic characters.Classification of ore deposits..%amil Nadu and 2ombay 8ffshoreD Su88ested Boo9s2 1D 2D 3D 4D D !D "D 'D LD Mensen and 2ateman* Economic Geology Irishna .a)it* 4ntroduction to Geophysical Prospecting Parasnis* Principle of 0pplied Geophysics %elford et al * 0pplied Geophysics .ayford hypothesesD 2D 4nternal constitution of the earth.dolomiteapatite.Gyanite.ilmenite.monistic and dualistic hypotheses for the origin of solar system.gypsum.ore mineral and gangue.i1aliGs of .istory of de)elopment and scope of geophysics.bau#ite sulphur.Chemical composition.imalayaD 2D Economic Geology* 5efinition of ore.geodynamic models.ne1 global tectonics and plate margin process.fluorite.barite.graphite.continental driftD 8cean floor spreading.L00 E ridgeD .1olframite.geomagnetic time spots.Gaolinite.usages and distribution in 4ndia of the follo1ing metallic and non9metallic minerals* .elements of stratigraphic classification< geological time scaleD 2asic concepts of seAuence .tratigraphy* Principles of .2enioff Eones.halite and talcD 3D Petroleum Geology* 8rigin of petroleum< source rocGs< reser)oir rocGs< reser)oir pore spaces< reser)oir trapsD Migration and accumulation of oil and gasD Geological modelling in petroleum e#ploration.plate tectonics and its geological implications.planet and satellites of the system and their characteristics.calcite.Gond1ana .and asthenospherecauses of geodynamical process.chromite.harma $ &am* 4ntroduction to 4ndiaJs Economic Minerals 7e)orsen* Geology of Petroleum E)ans $ Mathur* 8il in 4ndia Irishman* Geology of 4ndia and 2urma 6adia* Geology of 4ndiaD &a)indra Iumar* .1ami* 4ndiaJs Mineral &esources .international gra)ity formula and rotation of the earthD Concept of isostasy.eisGanan and Pratt9 .0iry.Page " of 31 Su88ested Boo9s2 1D 2D 3D 4D D 5obrin $ .boronite.cassiterite.lithology and economic importance of the follo1ing* 5har1ar supergroup of IarnataGa.upergroup of peninsular 4ndia and %ertiary of 0ssam.characteristics of lithosphere.beryl.e)olution of the triple Function.Cuddapah supergroup of 0ndhra Pradesh.harma* Geophysical Prospecting for Geologists and Engineers 4srael $ Irebs * Nuclear &adiation in Geophysics G4M().on )alley.tratigraphy.2 ST &TIG &4H6.pyrite.magnesite.

o1ell * 4ntroduction to Geophysics .IeplerJs la1 of planetary motion.istory of de)elopment and scope of geophysics.D 2D Preparation of site map 1ith the help of plane tableD 3D 5etermination of height using theodoliteD G4M().MacobJs hypothesis for liAuid nature of the outer coreD &adiometric dating principles and ages of rocGs and the earthD Su88ested Boo9s2 1D 2D 3D 4D D !D "D 'D .polar 1andering. 1D .sources of heat generation and temperature distribution inside the earth.monistic and dualistic hypotheses for the origin of solar system.tudy of mega9scopic characters of about 2 economic mineralsD 4D 5istribution of important mineral deposits of 4ndiaD D E#ercises on accumulation of oil and gas in different types of trapsD !D 5istribution of important petroliferous basins of 4ndiaD G4M()*M2 G$"$ &5 G$!4H6SI%S %redits2 .solar flares.eismology and Plate %ectonics Condie* Plate %ectonics and Crustal E)olution 7o1rie* +undamentals of Geophysics 2ird $ 7acGs* Plate %ectonics Chapman* EarthJs Magnetism Macobs* Core and Geomagnetism %redits2 ( G4M()/2 4 &%TI%&5 B&S$D !" %!U S$ G4M()0 1D 2D 3D 4D 5etermination of a)erage rainfallD 5etermination of e)aporation and e)apotranspirationD 5etermination of storati)ity coefficient and transmissi)ityD 5etermination of porosity and permeabilityD G4M():2 4 &%TI%&5 B&S$D !" %!U S$ G4M()( G$!$<45! &TI!" 1D .microptic alidadeelectronic distance measuring de)ices.andling of sur)eying instruments9 theodolite.Palaeomagnetic studies of rocG samples and their applications in geophysics.eisGanan and Pratt9 .uper groupsD 2D .lunar and solar )ariations.tacey* Physics of the Earth Gubbins* .international gra)ity formula and rotation of the earthD Concept of isostasy.geomagnetic stormsEarthJs current.tudy of about 1 rocG specimens from the important stratigraphic horiEons of 4ndiaD 3D .ayford hypothesesD .planet and satellites of the system and their characteristics. %redits2 ( 1D Preparation of lithostratigraphic maps of 4ndia sho1ing distribution of 5har1arCuddapah.dumpy9le)el.Page ' of 31 3D 8rigin of geomagnetic field.anding of gra)imeter and magnetometerD 2D 4nterpretation of resisti)ity sounding data by %aggJs methodD 3D 5etermination of )elocities and depth of the interface by refraction methodD %redits2 ( SU '$6I"G 1D .GP.secular )ariations and 1est1ard drift.@indhyan and Gond1ana .0iry.2 4 &%TI%&5 B&S$D !" %!U S$ G4M().re)ersals of geomagnetic fieldD 4D 4mportance of heat flo1.shape and siEe of the earth..thermal history of the earth.sun spot.

fundamentals of direct current flo1.focal depth and magnitudes.focal depth.polar and phase )elocities..EarthAuaGes and Earth structure %redits2 7 G4M.trenches and island arcs.displacement meters.eismology .N stations.theory of flares.different phases of body 1a)es and their applications.earthAuaGe generation models.seismic micro9Eonation.o1ell* 4ntroduction to Geophysics .induced seismicity.determination of epicentre.eismology 0gra1al* Engineering .imalayas and global seismicity.imalayasD 3D 8rigin of geomagnetic field.seismic Eonation.propagation and characteristics of body 1a)es.concept of inhomogeneity and anisotropy.seismic Eoning of 4ndia.ocean floor spreading.66.foreshocGs and aftershocGs.1ideband seismometry.geodynamics of 4ndian subcontinents and formation of .elastic rebound theory..continental drift.la1omir $ 0ndreEeF* 0n introduction to Mining .epicentre.sun spot.oceanic ridges.lunar and solar )ariations+undamentals of palaeo9magnetic studies and palaeo9magnetism of rocGsD Su88ested Boo9s2 1D 2D 3D 4D D !D "D 'D .concept of focus.reflection of seismic 1a)es from the free surfaceD 3D Principle of electromagnetic seismograph.great 4ndian earthAuaGes.types and causes of earthAuaGesD 2D .relationship bet1een point and line pole potential distributionD .strong motion seismographD Su88ested Boo9s2 1D 2D 3D 4D D !D "D 'D &ichter* Elementary .eismology .intensity and magnitude scales and energy of earthAuaGes.)(&2 G$!$5$%T I%&5 M$TH!DS 1D General* Electrical properties of rocGs $ minerals and their determinations.seismic arrays for detection of nuclear e#plosions.secular )ariations and 1est1ard driftgeomagnetic storms.surface 1a)es.eismology and Plate %ectonics Condie* Plate %ectonics and Crustal E)olution 7o1rie* +undamentals of Geophysics 2ird $ 7acGs* Plate %ectonics Chapman* EarthJs Magnetism Macobs* EarthJs Core and geomagnetism S$M$ST$ +III G4M.)elocity meteraccelerometer and strain meter seismographs.ne1 global tectonics and plate margin process.preparation of preliminary reports and identification of phases.eismology 2ullen $ 2olt* 0n 4ntroduction to the %heory of .haEard analysis.Page L of 31 2D 4nternal constitution of the earth.eismology.seismicity of 4ndia.reflection of body 1a)es.tein $ 6ysession* 0n 4ntroduction to .eismic ray theory for spherically stratified earth and )elocity structure from tra)el time data.earthJs current.plate tectonics and its geological implications.)02 S$ISM!5!G6 %redits2 7 1D 4ntroduction to earthAuaGe phenomena.focal mechanism solutions and tectonic implications.tacey* Physics of the Earth Gubbins* .eismology Gutenberg* 4nternal Constitution of the Earth &iGitaGe* EarthAuaGe Prediction 2ath* 4ntroduction to .

transmission and absorption.soil moisture and its measurement.principle of digital linear filteringD 4D @ertical Electrical .incomingoutgoing and net radiation..thermal properties of soil.soil temperature and factors affecting interpretation techniAues.a)oidable and una)oidable dangersD 2D 0grometeorological obser)ations* 0ir.ounding Measurements Patra $ Nath* .Iernel function and its relation to the subsurface parameters.sunshine.ounding in Ground 6ater Ghosh* %he 0pplication of 7inear +ilter theory to the 5irect 4nterpretation of Geoelectrical &esisti)ity Measurements %redits2 7 G4M.surface and soil temperature.olar &adiation and Plants* &eflection.1eeGly 1ater balance.Phototropism and Photoperiodism* Meteorological factors in photosynthesisD 4D En)ironmental %emperature and Plants* Effect of lo1 and high ambient temperaturegro1ing degree days and other heat indices.1ind effect on e)apotranspiration.ounding* 4nterpretation of resisti)ity @E.suppression and detectibility problems.chlumberger Geoelectric .e)aporation and e)apotranspiration.precipitation.pectral distribution of solar radiation and physiological response to plants.1ind damage to plantstransportation of pollen disease and insects by 1inds.)(B2 &G I%U5TU &5 M$T$! !5!G6 1D Meaning and scope of agricultural meteorology.1ater use and plant gro1th.air and soil humidity.5ar :arrouG parameters.P field techniAues.interpretation of 4PD 'D 8ther methods* Principles.long term and short term modifications of gro1th process.indirect interpretation techniAues.computer9aided resisti)ity data interpretation .electrical resisti)ity imagingD D Electrical Profiling* Profiling near a )ertical contact and thin )ertical dyGes and discussion of the e#pected apparent resisti)ity cur)esD !D .computation of apparent resisti)ity model cur)es.ounding* Principles and 4nterpretation IunteE* Principles of 5irect Current &esisti)ity Prospecting Ieller $ +rischGnecht* Electrical Methods in Geophysical Prospecting Nostrand $ CooG* 4nterpretation of &esisti)ity 5ata 6ait* 8)er9)oltage &esearch and geophysical application Ioefoed* Geosounding Principe94* &esisti)ity .plant physiology.discussion of )arious configurations used in electrical method and field procedure adoptedD 3D 5DCD &esisti)ity Methods* Potential distribution at the surface of horiEontally stratified earth.automatic direct interpretation method.1ind profile near groundD .in)ersion techniAues in resisti)ity method of interpretation.Page 10 of 31 2D Measuring .7ight distribution in canopy.1ind.partial cur)e point method.ystem* =uantities measured in )arious electrical methods and description of the instruments used.application and interpretation of potential drop ratio methodeAuipotential lines method and telluric current methodsD Su88ested Boo9s2 1D 2D 3D 4D D !D "D 'D 2hattacharya $ Patra* 5DCD Geoelectric .complete cur)e matching.principles of eAui)alence.field due to )ertically polariEed sphere and interpretationD "D 4nduced PolariEed Method* Mechanism of 4P instruments and principles of measurements both in time and freAuency domain.4ntent and e#tent of agricultural meteorology.effects of de)iations from the fundamental assumptions.elf Potential Method* Mechanism of .soft1ares/. data.empirical methods for interpretation of resisti)ity sounding data.Cardinal temperatures.radiation intensity and microclimatic measurementsD 3D .apparent resisti)ity function.

system stimulation its concept.0gricultural droughtits se)erity and management.heriff $ Geldart* E#ploration .combating plant diseases.insect against insects.)ertical and horiEontal resolutionD D Mapping of geological structures .record surface and reflection surface.hail damage and hail modification method.the integrated campaign.structure and physical properties of soils.cotton.mith* Methods in 0gricultural Meteorology .hidden layer problem.).application and importanceD 10D 0 brief outline of remote sensing in agricultureD Su88ested Boo9s2 1D 2D 3D 4D D .time and depth migrationdepositional seAuence and pit falls of seismic interpretationsD Su88ested Boo9s2 1D 2D 3D 4D D !D Clarbout* +undamentals of Geophysical Prospecting %elford etD alD* 0pplied geophysics .soil erosion.anticlines/.classical and modern/.1a)eforms and their characteristics.ele)ation.common depth point techniAuespecial 1eathering shots and noise analysis.heriff* .eemann etD alD* 0grometeorology @itche1ich* 0grometeorology 6M8 Compendium of lecture notes Ma)i* 4ntroduction to 0grometeorology %redits2 7 G4M.synthetic seismogramsD 4D 0nalysis of multiples and ghost reflections.yield forecasts model.a)it* 4ntroduction to Geophysical Prospecting 6aters* &eflection .effect of 1eather on the hostD "D Meteorological .+ungi2acteria.migration techniAues .aEards and 0griculture* +rost and frost fighting methods.soyabean and sugarcane.soil impro)ement de)ices and drainageD LD 0grometeorological forecasts systems.N9layered case.principles of tomography.eismic data enhancement and test shooting.Page 11 of 31 D Climatic &eAuirements of 4mportant Crops* &ice.2acilli and @irus.flood.&2 S$ISMI% M$TH!DS 1D .pearlmilet.eismic .faults.1heat.time and depth sections.medium and long range forecasts.random and non random noises.istorical de)elopment and bacGground of refraction and reflection methodsD 5ifference bet1een refraction and reflection sur)eysD .oils* Composition.grouping of geophones.short.2acteria and 2acilli against insect.diffraction and its analysis.@irus against 4nsects.pinchouts.simple classification of soils.1ind damage and 1ind breaGers.e#plosi)e and non9e#plosi)e sources of seismic energy for P91a)e.flood damage and flood fightingD 'D .imaging of 295395 seismic data.continuous increase of )elocityD &efraction data interpretationD 2D .soil air.seismic operation on land.ystem of obser)ations for reflection and refraction sur)eysD Propagation of seismic 1a)es in homogeneous3 inhomogeneous media.natural and artificial methods.controlled source seismic soundingD 3D 4n)erse filtering of seismic data.1a)e eAuation migration.processing of seismic data.1eathering and dynamic corrections in refraction and reflection data.tratigraphy 5obrin $ .eismology .eismology .reef.seAuence of seismic processingdetermination of a)erage seismic )elocities.groundnut and mustardD !D Plant and Crop 5iseases* %he effect of 1eather on pathogenic agents9 4nsects.

obser)ed climate )ariability and changephysical climate processes and feedbacG.1orld distribution of atmospheric perilsD 4D 0ir masses.annual and seasonal rainfall and its )ariabilityD 5efinition and concept of drought.elements of microclimatology.DPD 0nomaliesD 4nterpretation of 4DPD 5ataD 4nterpretation of profiling dataD 4nterpretation of field resisti)ity sounding cur)esD Computer9aided interpretation of sounding cur)e dataD G4M.)(B %redits2 ( 1D %o study the 0grometeorological instruments used for obser)ationsD 2D Computation of )arious components of 1eeGly 1ater balance during crop gro1ing period and assessment of agricultural droughtD 3D Computation of e)aporation.diurnal and annual )ariations of surface air temperature at different latitudes and o)er the globe. 1D 2D 3D 4D D !D Plotting of eAuipotential traces and current lines for a point sourceD 4nterpretation of .upper air circulation o)er the 1hole 1orldD 3D 6orld distribution of precipitation.drought indices and drought assessmentD 'D Climatic change* climatic system9 an o)er)ie1.detection and proFection of future climate scenarioD Su88ested Boo9s2 1D 2D 3D 4D D .radiation balanceD 2D 6orld distribution of isolation.climatic factors.Page 12 of 31 G4M.diurnal and annual )ariation of precipitation.oceans and topography on rainfall.rotation and re)olution of the eartheAuino#.ecliptic and eAuatorial plane.ellers* Physical Climatology %re1artha* 4ntroduction to Climates .aur1itE $ 0ustin* Climatology 4DMD5D +orecasting Manuals 7ocG1ood* 6orld Climatology %redits2 ( G4M.).cause of seasons.modification and associated 1eatherD E#tra9 tropical cyclones.B2 %5IM&T!5!G6 %redits2 7 1D 4ntroduction* Concept of 1eather and climate.)7&2 4 &%TI%&5 B&S$D !" %!U S$ G4M.their classifications.climatic elements.earth9 sun relationship.source regions.mean sea le)el pressure and 1ind.)7B2 4 &%TI%&5 B&S$D !" %!U S$ G4M.solstice.effect of land and ocean on circulation.e)apotranspiration and potential e)apotranspiration using )arious approaches and methodsD 4D +orecasting of crop yield on the basis of 1eather parameters using crop gro1th modelsD D Crop phenological changes and heat units reAuirement of the cropsD !D Prediction of minimum temperature and frost under Eastern ?P conditionD "D Medium range 1eather forecast and preparation of agrometeorological ad)isory bulletins for farmersD .effects of continents.their origin and associated 1eatherD D Climatic Classification* Ioppen and %hornth1ait schemes applicable to 4ndiaD !D Climatic changes and cycles.palaeoclimatologyD "D 4ndian Climatology* Principal seasons of 4ndia.air temperature.perihelion.)(& $>periments ?ith resistivity meter.aridity.

%aggJs method of interpretationD !D .4P and resisti)ity methods.)/&2 4 &%TI%&5 B&S$D !" %!U S$ G4M.& 1D 2D 3D 4D D !D "D 'D Computation of seismic records and plotting sectionD 5etermination of )elocityD 4nterpretation of reflection and refraction dataD Plotting of seismic sectionD %esting and handling of seismic prospecting unitsD 0utomatic migration and mapping techniAuesD Preparation of structural mapsD .resultant 1ind.theory of images.+an shooting.scintillation counter and gamma ray spectrometerD .Profile shootingD "D &adiometric Method* Physical and geological principles of radiometric method.)*M2 #U"D&M$"T&5S !# G$!$<45! &TI!" %redits2 .).eismic modelling and 1orGing at the seismic signal processing laboratoryD %redits2 ( G4M.t1o layered reflection and refraction problems.2 4 &%TI%&5 B&S$D !" %!U S$ G4M.eismic Method* Elementary principle of reflection and refraction methods.econd year students .Page 13 of 31 G4M.6enner and .methods of resisti)ity profiling and sounding. 1D 2asic principles of geophysical e#plorationD 2D Physical properties of minerals and rocGsD 3D Gra)ity Method* 6orden.correlation and regressionD %redits2 ( G4M.)/B2 4 &%TI%&5 B&S$D!" %!U S$ G4M.GM counter.)0 %redits2 ( 1D 4dentification of different phases on a seismogram and to determine the epicentral distance of an earthAuaGeD 2D 5etermination of group )elocity from a record and dra1 the group )elocity dispersion cur)eD 3D ?se of stereographic proFection map for locating the epicentre of an earthAuaGeD 4D %o prepare the intensity map and find out the epicentre and focal depth for an earthAuaGeD D 5etermination of magnitude from a gi)en seismic recordsD !D %o dra1 tra)el time cur)e for body 1a)es and find out the )elocities of the upper mantleD "D 5emonstration seismological instruments9seismometerD G4M.field procedure and reduction of gra)ity dataD 4D Magnetic Method* +lu# gate magnetometer.pre)ailing 1ind and persistenceD Computation of climatic types according to Ioeppen and %hornth1aiteD E#ercise in cur)e fitting.).%ra)el9time cur)esD +undamentals of con)entional seismic instruments.).chlumberger configurations.7acoste and &omberg.gra)imeters.least sAuare.field practices and correctionsD D Electrical method* elements of .B 1D 2D 3D 4D D !D 2asic analysis of global distribution of mean climatic parametersD Computation of 1eighted and running means of a time seriesD Computation of rainfall )ariabilities and coefficient of )ariationD Computation of mean 1ind.):@G4M.fourth semester/ 1ill undergo field training for familiariEation at specialiEed centers3field 1orG for about 293 1eeGs during semester breaG after third semester and submit the report to the field training 4nchargeD G4M.P.):B2 G$!4H6SI%&5 #I$5D T &I"I"G %redits2 ( +ield training of the .

ystems* Non9linear eAuations and their application in sol)ing geophysical problemsD !D 0nalysis of statistical and )ariance analysis.7aguerre and 7egendre polynomialsintroduction and applications of orthogonal systems and GreenJs function..@p3@s and lithology.and their applications in geophysicsD 4D 8rthogonal functions* 2esselJs function.ydrology 2ath* Mathematical 0spects of .anGel transform.7aplace eAuations. 1a)esD &elation bet1een rocG properties and 0@8 response.eismic stratigraphy and seAuence analyses.eismology Main. seismic reflected and refracted 1a)es.eismic lithologic modelling.@.seismic facies analysesreflection and amplitude character analyses.91a)e.hear 1a)e )elocity and shear modulus estimation from P91a)e dataD 0pplication of shear 1a)e and shear modulus in processing and interpretation of seismic dataD 5ata acAuisition for )ertical seismic profiling .359@..seismic in)ersionD 495 and 95 seismics.Page 14 of 31 Su88ested Boo9s2 1D 2D 3D 4D D 5obrin $ .and their applications in geophysicsD 3D Numerical solution of partial differential eAuations* Classification of linear partial differential eAuations.P and its applicationsD Multi9component seismic data acAuisition for recording of P and .ubsurface .splitting of P 1a)e energy into P and .hear 1a)e prospectingD .imulation in .P/.7aplace transform.eismic source energy for .:oeppritE eAuationsD 8ffset dependent reflecti)ityD .7aurent series..bright spotD .olution of 5ifferential eAuations Mitchell* Computational Methods in Partial 5ifferential EAuations %redits2 7 G4M7)(2 4$T !5$UM G$!4H6SI%S &"D ST &TIG &4H6 .CauchyJs theorem.tests of significance and their applications in geophysicsD "D +inite element methods* 4ntroduction to )arious element shapes.cientific and Engineering Computation Main* Numerical .urface and .4yengar $ Main* Numerical Methods for .applications in geophysicsD 2D 4ntegral transforms* +ourier transform.astry* 4ntroduction Methods of Numerical analysis Gerald* 0pplied Numerical 0nalysis Gerald etD alD* +inite Element .ermite.descritiEation of structures< applications of finite element and finite difference methods in sol)ing geophysical problemsD Su88ested Boo9s2 1D 2D 3D 4D D !D "D .passi)e seismicsD 0@830@0 analysis.gas detection using 0@8D Su88ested Boo9s2 .1a)e and diffusion eAuations.and their applications in sol)ing geophysical problemsD D Non9linear .residues of analytic and contour integration.a)it* 4ntroduction to Geophysical Prospecting Parasnis* Principle of 0pplied Geophysics %elford et al* 0pplied Geophysics .harma* Geophysical Prospecting for Geologists and Engineers 4srael $ Irebs* Nuclear &adiation in Geophysics S$M$ST$ +I' G4M7)02 M&TH$M&TI%&5 M$TH!DS I" G$!4H6SI%S %redits2 7 1D Comple# )ariables* 0nalytic function.

Magnetic anomalies o)er single pole.ignal Processing &emote sensing of the atmosphere* MD%D .dipole.7ines and +ields &abinet $ Gold* %heory and application of 5igital .D=D Iidder and %D.ra1in and radar.comb.cylinders.dynamic range.)ertical humidity profile radiometerD D 5ifferent types of display of digital and magnetic recording 1iggle trace.cylinders.faults and dyGes.eismic .ratigraphy 5obrin $ .line pole.)ariable area and )ariable density recordsD Su88ested Boo9s2 1D 2D 3D 4D D !D "D Iennedy $ 5a)is* Electronic Communication .faults and sheets.atellite meteorology* 0n introduction9 .EG multiple#ed recording and shot moments.5ia9 para9 ferro magnetic materials.timing system and recording formats .graticules and .0utomatic gain Control ..seismic amplifier and its freAuency response.calculation of deri)ati)escontinuation methods.2 I"ST UM$"T&TI!" &"D SIG"&5 4 !%$SSI"G 1D 0mplitude and freAuency response characteristics of top temperature.EG 2 and .oughton.spheres.eismology .ystems 0nstey* .critical and optimum damping..Programmable Gain Control .theodolite.corrections for gra)ity and magnetic data.principles of binary gain ranging amplifier and floating point.0GC/ circuit.plan of the field sur)eysstation spacing.magnetism on atomic scale.concept of potentialPoissonJs and 7aplaceJs eAuations.@.atellite digital data process* retrie)al techniAue.@%P&.Gra)ity anomalies o)er spheres.D @anderhaor 4ntroduction to en)ironmental remote sensing* EDCD 2arette and 7D+D CurtisD %redits2 7 G4M7)7&2 G &'IT6 &"D M&G"$TI% M$TH!DS 1D 2asic %heory* Magnetic elements 4DGD& sAuare la1.and susceptibility determinationD 2D 4nstrumentation* gra)ity prospecting instruments* borehole and airborne gra)imetersmagnetic prospecting instruments.)ery high resolution radiometer.PGC/.D%D &etrie)al algorithms.+D6D %aylor and CD5D &odgessD .@.P&D 3D 0nalogue filters* 7o1 and high pass filters and their alpha3beta diagramsCharacteristic impedance of symmetrical % and pie net1orGs< band pass.D.)ertical temperature profile radiometer.3N ratio.factors affecting density and susceptibilities.&ubidium )apour magnetometerD 3D 5ata 0cAuisition and Correction* 0eromagnetic sur)eys.heriff $ Geldart* E#ploration .radiosonde.and acti)e filtersD 4D 0nalogue and digital signal recording and processing* mechanisms of signal recordingsD %ransmission and recei)ing of meteorological data through satelliteD 6ireless seismic recordingD .&&.EG C/D 2D Pilot balloon.eismology +undamentals of geophysical interpretations by 7aurence &D 7ines and &D%D @a)ricGD %redits2 .eismic signal recording and enhancement of . G4M7).a)it* 4ntroduction to geophysical Prospecting 6aters* &eflection .Page 1 of 31 1D 2D 3D 4D D !D "D Clarbout* +undamentals of Geophysical Prospecting %elford etD alD * 0pplied Geophysics sheriff* .dyGes.polynomial fitting for regional9 residual separation of gra)ity and magnetic anomalies.automatic picture transmission.filter theory and filtering of potential field data.radiation instrumentsD 0utomatic 1eather station.principles of magnetic tape recording.eismic Prospecting 4nstruments @olD 2 &yder* Net1orG.0P%.susceptibilities and densities of )arious rocGs and minerals.

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to1ering.arr* .looming.terminal )elocity.estimation of precipitation.collision9 coalescence theory.tropical cyclone grading using 5)oraGJs techniAueD Su88ested Boo9s2 1D 2D 3D 4D D !D "D 'D Mohnson* Physical Meteorology Mason* Physics of Cloud 5obson* E#ploring the 0tmosphere &etallacG* Compendium of Meteorology @olD 4.the physics of precipitation in 1arm clouds.gro1th and e)aporation of cloud droplets by diffusion.halo.)isible and infra red data and their interpretation.glory.turbidity.b/ Grid methodD ?p1ard and do1n1ard continuation of gra)ity and magnetic fieldsD Computation of gra)ity effect of a sphere.air9earth electric current and its maintenance.d/ .scattering.atmospheric and terrestrial refraction.1a)elengths used for detection of cloudthunderstorm and cyclone.refraction.cur)ature and solution effect.oEone holeD !D 0tmospheric Electricity* Electrical field of the earth in fair and disturbed 1eatheratmospheric currenttheories of charge generation and separation in thunderstorm.a/ Computation of deri)ed parameters.tudy of stability and instability of ..nucleation.a/ Graphical method and .lightning dischargesD "D .collection efficiency.4 scopes.corona.tructure contouring from subsurface informations Preparation of a residual map by .artificial cloud seeding of 1arm and cold clouds.horiEontal cylinder and faultD Computation of effect of a magnetic dipole of finite length.precipitation from mi#ed clouds.identification of typical 1eather systems from cloud picture.2ergeron and +indeisenJs theory.optical phenomena.mirage etcD.oEone91eather relationships..sphere and horiEontal cylinderD %redits2 ( G4M7):B2 4 &%TI%&5 B&S$D !" %!U S$ G4M7)7B 1D 0nalysis of tephigram* .atellite Meteorology %aba* 8Eone 8bser)ations an 4ntroduction and their Meteorological 0pplications6DMD8D %echnical Note NoD 3!.physics of initial stages of condensation.c/ Computation of heights of pressure surfaces by adiabatic and isothermal methods.7C7-CC7 and 7+C.Physical MeteorologyD 6DMD8D 3!4 2aton* &adar 8bser)es the 6eather Iidder $ @onder .atellite Meteorology* EAuation of orbital motion.Page 1' of 31 2D Cloud Physics* 0tmospheric aerosols and condensation nuclei.sinGingD 4D &adar Meteorology* 2asic radar eAuation.measurement of oEone5obsonJs oEone spectrometer.b/ Computation of precipitable 1ater content.cumulus parameteriEationhoriEontal and )ertical diffusionD 3D 0tmospheric 8ptics* 0ttenuation of light.6DMD8D NoD 10' .)ertical temperature and humidity profile and rainfall from satellite obser)ations.rain 1ater content and upper 1inds using radarD D 0tmospheric 8Eone* Mechanism of formation and destruction.Part9444.altiner $ 6illiams* Numerical Prediction and 5ynamic Meteorology %redits2 ( G4M7):&2 4 &%TI%&5 B&S$D !" %!U S$ G4M7)7& 1D 2D 3D 4D D !D "D 5etermination of density by Nettleton methodD .types of meteorological satellitesdescription of important sensors on board.rainbo1.stooping.estimation of 1inds.seasonal and latitudinal )ariation.rain maGing e#periments and 1eather modification.meteorological applications of radarradar echoes..?mGehr effect)ertical distribution of oEone.PP4 and &.andling of gra)imeter and its calibrationD .

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properties of +ourier transform.lingram/ method.+ourier transform of a symmetrical rectangular pulse.M7M and 0& techniAuesD "D 5econ)olution* 4ntroduction.Principles and practices of Ground Penetrating &adarD .broadside and shoot bacG methods.homomorphic applications of decon)olution filteringD 'D 0pplications of %ime .pectral Estimation* Po1er spectrum.5irac delta function and impulse response of a linear system.eries and +ourier transform.electromagnetic potential and 1a)e eAuations.depth of penetrationelectromagnetic field due to straight 1ire.long 1a)elength appro#imation.rectangular and circular loops.illustration of GibbJs phenomenonD 2utter1orth filters.response of sheet conductors to dip angle.compensator method.amming 1indo1 and their comparison.Mo)ing source9recei)er methods9 horiEontal loop .istorical de)elopment of time series.method for Con)olutionproperties of Con)olution.0utoregressi)e process .0&/..reciprocity +ourier transform .1a)elets.6iener in)erse and its mathematical details.%uram method.orthogonal function and 5irichlet conditions.classification of data.M0/ method.dip angle characteristic cur)es and phasor diagrams for horiEontal loop EM system for sheets.resisti)ity and 1ell9logging methods.1hite spectrum.t1o frame method.eAuence 0nalysis in Geophysics 4D 2ath* .Auadrature/ componentsD 2D Methods of Prospecting* 2ieler 6atson method.%uram and horiEontal loop EM systems.&2 G$!$5$%T !M&G"$TI% M$TH!DS %redits2 7 1D 2asic Principles and %heory* Ma#1ellJs eAuations.eries in the E#ploration for 8il and Natural Gas 2D &obinson $ %rietel* Geophysical .high and band pass filters.amming 1indo1.MEM.triangular 1indo1.eries in )arious branches of Geophysics* .real .. M7M /.physical significance and interpretation of +ourier transform.sampling inter)al and aliasing.cross9correlation.0irborne EM systems9 rotary field method4NP?% method.digitiEation.method for calculation of po1er spectrum.2ortlett 1indo1.oceanography and ground1ater hydrologyD Su88ested Boo9s2 1D .++%/.0+M0G and @7+ methods.practical applications of 1indo1sD !D %echniAues for .Ma#imum 7iGelihood Method .eismic methodgra)ity and magnetic phase/ and imaginary .5ip angle methods9fi#ed )ertical loop transmitter.analogue and discrete signals.ilbert transform.response of conducting sphere to uniform alternating magnetic field and infinitely long horiEontal cylinder to line source.use of spectral techniAues in meteorology.three basic data models.MEM /.comple# form of +ourier .6indo1s/* .Ma#imum Entropy Method .pectral 0nalysis in Geophysics D 8ppenheim $ .impulse response function.and their applicationstime domain and freAuency domain conceptsD 3D +ourier series and +ourier $ &obinson* 5econ)olution of Geophysics %ime .chafer* 5igital .ignal Processing !D Papoulis* %he +ourier 4ntegral and its 0pplications G4M/).ignal 0nalysis 3D Ianase)ich* %ime .effect of o)erburden on EM delay and mi#ed delay 1a)eletsD 2D Con)olution and Correlation %echniAues* Con)olution.truncation of unit impulse response function.amplitude and phase relations.boundary conditions.t1o dimensional +ourier transform and its applicationsD 4D 5igital +iltering* 7o1.6alsh transform.elliptical polariEations.Mo)ing 0)erage ..Chebyse) filterrecursi)e filtersD D 6eighting +unctions .comparison of M0.EM profiling and soundingD 3D 4nterpretation* Principles of EM similitude and modelling.: transformlinear system.Page 20 of 31 1D 4ntroduction* .minimum delay.autocorrelation.

formation and forecasting of easterly 1a)es.elements of the monsoon system.Pre Monsoon .easterly 1a)es and their dynamical aspects.cales of 0tmospheric 6eather .intra seasonal and inter9annual )ariability of summer monsoon.ystem &eiter* Met .the 4ndian summer monsoons.maintenance and associated 1eather.1ithdra1al.acti)e.I.mechanism and influence of pressure changesD D +rontogenetical +unctions* +rontogenesis in horiEontal )elocity field.recur)ature.their classification and characteristics.rainfall.tropical storms and their differences 1ith tropical storms of pre monsoon seasonD Su88ested Boo9s2 1D 2D 3D 4D &iehl* %ropical Meteorology Palmen $ Ne1ton* 0tmospheric Circulation .easons* different con)ecti)e phenomenonNor1esters and tropical storms.thermal structure.)ertical time section and cross section analysisD 2D ..fluctuations in monsoon acti)ity.Ginematic and dynamic boundary cyclesurface and upper air structure.Post monsoon .forecasting.lo1 le)el Fet stream of 0sian monsoon.formation.monsoon o)er climatology.frontogenetical and frontolytical sectors.classification of tropical disturbances.monsoon )ariability.long range prediction of monsoon.monsoon disturbancesM%C.east and 1est 0fricaD 11D General Circulation +eatures o)er 4ndia during other seasons* 6inter seasons.highs.cold 1a)es.Morgules formulaD !D Met streams.onset and ad)ancement of tracGs.fog.P+M.1estern disturbances.ystems* Primary.+uFi1ara of streamlines.EG Publication* Mining Geophysics @olD 44 %redits2 7 G4M/).cutoff lo1s.detection.ND 0ustralia.the eye and 1all cloud.isotach.eason* NDED aspects.Page 21 of 31 4D Magnetotelluric .relation bet1een stream line and traFectories.secondary and tertiary circulationsD 3D Iinematics of horiEontal motion.M%/ method* 8rigin and characteristic of M% fields.tream Meteorology &amage* Monsoon Meteorology .M% instrumentation.limits of predictability.storm surges.eAuatorial trough .medium range and long range 1eather prediction.forecast e)aluationD 'D %ropical Meteorology* Mean tropical atmosphere.Plotting of synoptic obser)ations on different maps.Eonal inde#inde# cycle.4%C:/.pressure distribution o)er front.rainfall distribution.analysis of surface and upper air charts.causes of monsoon.=28D LD %ropical cyclones.hort 1ind in)ersion.bi1eeGly and 309 0 day oscillationsouthern oscillation and El Nino.%EM.%M.characteristics of 1ind fields.cyclone 1arningD 10D Monsoons* Monsoon regions in the tropics.theories of formation.field practices.B2 S6"!4TI% &"D T !4I%&5 M$T$! !5!G6 1D Meaning and scope of synoptic meteorology.blocGingD "D Principle of 6eather Prediction* .2latons eAuationD 4D Iinematics of pressure fields.M% effect o)er a conducting half space and t1o layer modelD Su88ested Boo9s2 1D 2D 3D 4D D Parasnis* Mining Geophysics Grant $ 6est* 4nterpretation %heory in 0pplied Geophysics %elford etD al* 0pplied Geophysics Patra $ MallicG* Geosounding Principles @olD44 .1eaG and breaG monsoon conditions..monsoon rainfall and teleconnections.C4.basic currents.traFectories.DED 0sia.

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igma coordinatehydrodynamic eAuations in .filtering of sound and gra)ity 1a)esfiltered forecast eAuation.thermodynamic and omega eAuation.)ertical stability.altiner $ Martin* 5ynamic and Physical Meteorology 0tGinson* 5ynamic Meteorology* 0n 4ntroductory .forecasting of stream functionD 2arotropic model.0raGa1a Macobian.truncation error.precipitation forecasting.inertial and baroclinic instabilityD 4D Numerical Methods* +inite difference.method of optimum interpolation.trough etcD by Ginematic methodsD .Page 23 of 31 "D &am* Microprocessors and Microcomputers 'D GaiG1ad* 8perational 0mplifierD G4M/)7B2 &D'&"%$D D6"&MI% M$T$! !5!G6 %redits2 7 1D Numerical 6eather Prediction* .constraints on the theories of the general circulation.lingram profiles o)er sheet conductors using phasor diagramsD %redits2 ( G4M/)/B2 4 &%TI%&5 B&S$D !" %!U S$ G4M/).treamline and isotach analysisD D Prognostication of synoptic systems liGe lo1s.normal mode initialiEation.linear computational instabilityNeuman condition.utcliffeJs 5e)elopment %heory* %hicGness and )orticity ad)ectionD 'D General Circulation* 7ongitudinally a)eraged and )arying flo1.angular momentum consideration/.eAui)alent barotropic model.mountain 1a)esD !D .spectral and finite element model.implicit and semi9implicit method.di)ergence.multile)el Auasigeostrophic modelprimiti)e eAuation models.range of predictabilityD 2D 8bFecti)e analysis* Cressman method.election %hompson* Numerical 6eather 0nalysis and 6eather Prediction 6iin9Nielsen* Compendium of Meteorology.istorical re)ie1.baroclinic model9t1o le)el.ydrodynamic 4nstability* 2arotropic.internal gra)ity 1a)es.B 1D Plotting and analysis of surface 1eather charts for different seasons and issue of inferencesD 2D Plotting and analysis of constant pressure chartsD 3D Plotting and analysis of )ertical time section and cross section chartD 4D .olton* 0n 4ntroduction to 5ynamic Meteorology ..)orticity.rela#ation method.initialiEation* static initialiEation.altiner* Numerical 6eather Prediction .Eta model.simultaneous and seAuentialD D 0tmospheric 6a)es* Perturbation theory.&ossby 1a)es.& 1D 2D 3D 4D D Computational of dip angle response o)er sheet type bodiesD 0nalysis of dip angle data and its interpretationD Computation of %uram profiles o)er sheet type bodiesD &eduction of %uram data and its interpretationD 4nterpretation of .nonlinear stability.0liasing.dynamic initialiEation..igma coordinate Eta coordinate.e#perimental approachD LD Energetics* Energy eAuation.maintenance of mean Eonal circulation .taggered grid systemsD 3D .sound 1a)es.continuity.internal and a)ailable potential of 1a)es.Ne1tonian rela#ation or Nudging.ess* 4ntroduction to %heoretical Meteorology .6DMD8D %redits2 ( G4M/)/&2 4 &%TI%&5 B&S$D !" %!U S$ G4M/).@olD 4 Gene)a.gra)ity 1a)es.diagnostic analysis of synoptic scale motion in middle latitudeD "D .generationcon)ersion and dissipation of energiesD Su88ested Boo9s2 1D 2D 3D 4D D !D "D .cale analysis of momentum.

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7acoste &omberg gra)imeter.eas* classification.Graf sea gra)imeter.floodsestimation of flood flo1.shooting methods near offshore and offshore e#ploration techniAues.drift current in homogeneous 1ater.breaGers and surf.sur)ey procedure.)ibrating string accelerometer.onobuoyJs and interpretationD 4D &adio Positioning .ur)eys* Marine energy sources.tidal gaugesD !D 0ir .deri)ation of 5arcyJs la1 from Na)ier stoGes theorem.concepts of .their application.+inger.GP.aprons and abyssal collection their reduction and interpretation.thermohaline currents.satellite na)igation.ystem* .parGer.up1elling and sinGing 1ith special reference to 4ndian ocean and their effectsD 4D 6a)es* 6a)e )elocity.ship borne gra)imeters.2oomer.urface 1ater.e#change coefficients and profilestransfer of heat and 1ater )apourD Section II2 M& I"$ G$!4H6SI%S %redits2 ( 1D 8cean and .onar.generation and gro1th of 1ind 1a)es.airgun)apour cooG etcD hydrophones acti)e section and streamer to1ing gear.principal harmonic components.short and long 1a)es.e#plodor.infiltration theories..prediction of tides.flood routing through ri)ers and reser)oirs. $ G4.eismic .refraction sur)ey 1ith .problems 1ith shipborne gra)ity measurements.EGman theory.internal 1a)es.D Su88ested Boo9s2 1D 2D 3D 4D D !D "D 'D 5u#bury* %he Earth and its 8ceans 6M8 NoD3!4* Marine Meteorology .gro1th and decline of ocean basins.seiches.ea 4nteraction* .under1ater gra)ity reduction and interpretationD 3D .analysis of seismic data their processing and )elocity.theories of tidesdescription and types of tides.)erdrup.tsunamiD D %ides* %ide generating forces.s1ell.turbidity currentssubmarine sedimentation and stratigraphy.Page 2 of 31 3D 8cean Currents* .method of unit hydrograph.tructure of the boundary layer.synthetic hydrographs.different forms of unsaturated flo1 eAuationnature of the physical parameters in unsaturated flo1.Mohnson $ +leming* %he 8ceans 5efant* Physical 8ceanography.theory of surface gra)ity 1a)es.@olsD 4 and 44 Mc7ellen* Elements of Physical 8ceanography Macob.storm surges.geostrophic currents in homogeneous and stratified ocean< relati)e and slope currents.to1ing cable and fish.long 1a)es in canals.inertia currents.physiography and di)isions of the sea floorcontinental shel)es.&ussel $ 6illson* Physics and Geology 5obrin $ .slopes.a)it* 4ntroduction to Geophysical prospecting %elford etDalD* 0pplied Geophysics %redits2 7 G4M:)((4+B)2 $5$%TI'$ 4&4$ G4M:)( (4+B)2 C$5$%TI'$ 4&4$ D G4M:)(42 &D'&"%$D H6D !5!G6 1D .statistical methods in hydrologyD 2D 6ater resources* Partially saturated soils.occurrence of mineral deposits and hydrocarbon in offshoreD 2D Gra)ity and magnetic .ydrodynamic eAuations of motion.standing 1a)es in closed basins.ur)eys* %ypes of magnetometer used in a sur)ey ship.5arcyJs la1 in unsaturated medium.e)aporation formulae and theories of surface flo1s.hort range and long range 5oppler .the maFor surface current systems of the ocean.

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disturbance daily )ariation .ensingD 2D 7illesand $ Iiefer* &emote .)ertical profiles of temperature and 1ater )apour.Ip indices.Page 2" of 31 "D IeplerJs la1s of planetary motion.the troposphere as an En)ironmental layer.ensing in GeologyD D %eeGshadulu $ &aFan* &emote .C&.aar* .ciences and %echnology 2D Ieller* en)ironmental geology 3D &amade $ .ensing.%heories of the earthJs main magnetic field* 0 brief introduction of the )arious of the main field and its secular )ariation.measurement and recording of the main field* measurements of horiEontal.A /.harma* En)ironmental Geophysics G4M:)(T2 G$!M&G"$TISM 1D EarthJs Magnetic +ield* 4nternal and e#ternal fields.0utomatic Picture %ransmission .computation.@olsD 4 and 44.)isible and infrared pictures of clodsrecognition of )arious clouds and 1eather systems.4N.5.cience D .magnetometers and )ariographs.0merican .ciencesD !D Iidder $ @onder .magnetic and geomagnetic coordinates.hea)y mentals .acid rainsD 3D .dynamo theory of the main field.pollutants and its impact on energyD !D &ole of geophysics in En)ironmental protectionD Su88ested Boo9s2 1D Morgensen* Principles of En)ironmental .0P%/D 10D &emote sensing application in meteorology .ydrosphere* 8cean and en)ironment.declinationinclination and total field.air pollution.polargeosynchronous and geostationary satellitesD 'D %ypes of sensors..Is. .4ndian 0cademy of .ocD PhotogrammetryD 4D .radiometerside looGing radarD LD .role of 1eather satellites in global co)erage of obser)ation in synoptic and climatological studiesD Su88ested Boo9s2 1D 2arret $ Curtis* 4ntroduction to En)ironmental &emote .)ertical.current systems and causes of solar Auiet day )ariation .storm time )ariation 5st and lunar )ariation acAuisition system.photographic and %@ cameras.1ater pollutants and their effects on surface and ground 1ater.Morphology of the eAuatorial electroFet- .0% system.main field and )ariational fieldcomponents of the main field.geothermal energy.impact of mining and mineral resourcesD D Energy and En)ironment* Coal.their detection and abatementsD 4D Mineral resources and en)ironment.)isible and infrared sensing.EdD/* Manual of &emote .green house effects and role of trace gases.g.atellite Meteorology an 4ntroductionD G4M:)(S2 $"'I !"M$"T&5 G$!4H6SI%S 1D Earth and en)ironment.)arious meteorological satellite system.trahler* En)ironmental Geoscience94nteraction 2et1een Natural .man and en)ironmentD 2D 0tmosphere * 8rigin.elements of en)ironment.iegal $ Gellospie* &emote .Geomagnetic indices* Ci.morphological 1arming.Cd and 0s/ in ground 1ater.oil and gas.estimation of surface temperature and cloud tops.the oEone shield.ystem and Man 4D %yler $ Mitter* MrD En)ironmental .circular and elliptical orbits of satellites.concepts of Auiet and disturbed daysD 2D %ransient @ariations* 5efinition.ensing and 4mage 4nterpretationD 3D &ee)es .composition and structure.the hydrologic cycle and global 1ater balancesurface 1ater hydrology.nuclear energy.1ind estimation.ensing .istorical de)elopment.

Earth currents.core con)ection and dynamo theory.dynamical treatment.2acGus9Gilbert.ring current.unspots and .classification and causes of auroras.structure and production of )arious layers of the ionosphere.7a#9 6ondroff second order scheme.analysis of stress.Page 2' of 31 geomagnetic storms* morphological features of geomagnetic storms.the strain tensorhomogeneous deformations.Morphological features.imulation fluid Motion .pencer* Continuum Mechanics &obino1itE* 0pplication of 2ifurcation %heory 0therton* .classification of solar flares.tability of Non97inear .morphological features and interrelation 1ith geomagnetismD Su88ested Boo9s2 1D 2D 3D 4D Chapman $ 2artels* Geomagnetism Matsushita $ Campbel* Physics of the Geomagnetic Phenomena Macob* EarthJs Core and Geomagnetism Mitra* ?pper 0tmosphere G4M:)(U2 "!"+5I"$ S6ST$MS I" G$!4H6SI%S 1D Iinematics of deformation 9 the deformation gradient tensor.un.'2 G$!T!M!G &4H6 &"D %!M4UT$ M!D$55I"G 1D Concept of %omography* 4n)ersion.composition.non9linear least sAuare.%au method.linear and non9linear in)ersion.Monte9Carlo.5.deformation of surface and )olume elements.its measurements.CauchyJs eAuation of motion.classification.morphological features.applications in )arious branches of geophysicsD 2D +inite element and finite difference methods and their formulations.balance la1sconstituti)e eAuations for elastic and thermoelasticityD 2D 4ntroduction to constructi)e aspects of bifurcation and implicit function theoremimperfect bifurcation.ystems G4M:). and 5st fields.super computers.stability conditions.material and spatial coordinates..ray tomography.borehole tomography.@.obser)ation and causes of geomagnetic micropulsation.Morphological feature.bifurcation and non9linear eigen )alue problemsD 3D Non97inear stability and folding of rocG strata..@an allen belts theories of the geomagnetic stormsD 3D %he .diffraction tomography.earthAuaGes and chaosD 4D Non9linear elastic 1a)es and solutions.olar +lares* 0 brief introduction of the structure of the sunmorphological features and classification of sun sport indices.fractals and multifractals measures in geophysicsD Su88ested Boo9s2 1D 2D 3D 4D D !D "D 0lGin $ +e#* 0n 4ntroduction to the theory of Elasticity +ang* +oundation of .computer simulation of P9.ystem 2hatnagar* Non97inear 6a)es in 8ne95imensional 5ispersi)e ..25 and 35 imaging. and acoustic cases and other geophysical problemsD Su88ested Boo9s2 1D Mitchell* Computational Methods in Partial 5ifferential EAuations 2D Noye* Numerical .olid Mechanics Mal $ .Mac5ormacG fourth order scheme.con)ection in magma chambers and mantle.numerical modelling.morphological features of solar flares.gradual and sudden commencement )elocity.ingh* 5eformation of Elastic soils .sudden ionospheric techniAue9traditional.

1eathering and datum corrections.cheriff* .Page 2L of 31 3D 4D D !D "D Irishnamurthy $ .1a)e eAuation migration and its )arious forms.seismic lithologic modelling.split spread.mean circulation and eddy transport.ignals 2oarding erD alD* 0pplication of .fan shootingD 3D .eismic &efraction Method* %ra)el time eAuations for simple one layer case and for )ariable )elocity case.nacreous cloudsD .monsoon acti)ity.e#pressions for dipping layer and faulted bed cases.atmospheric electoral and boundary layer processesD 2D Precipitation chemistry.artificial dissipation of fog and lo1 cloud.hidden layer e#changes by collisions.eismic &eflection Method* %he tra)el time eAuations for horiEontally layered mediume#pressions for dipping interfaces.tropospheric chemistryD 3D 0tmospheric chemistry.transport processes.dynamics of the middle atmosphere and troposphere9 stratosphere coupling.end on spread.eismic 4magingD 'D 0iyer etD alD* GeotomographyD G4M:)(A2 M!D$ " T$%HIEU$S I" S$ISMI% I"T$ 4 $T&TI!" &"D MIG &TI!" 1D .gas hydrates.PD "D Mapping of hydrocarbon bearing and 1ater bearing structures.selection of field sur)ey parametersD 4D 5ata processing detection of hydrocarbons.%29B2.suppression of multiples @.field techniAues for refraction sur)ey.measurement of atmospheric minor constituents and climatic effectsD 4D Physics of the ?pper 0tmosphere* Composition and structure.geological interpretationlocation of stratigraphic traps.static and dynamic correction.broad side configurations.atmospheric aerosols and trace gases.eismic .aurora and air glo1noctilucent clouds.eismology &obinson* 2asic E#ploration Geophysics .Gardener delay time method.tratigraphy 7a)ergne* .0NN/ and gas detection using 0@8 analysisD Su88ested Boo9s2 1D 2D 3D 4D D !D "D 5obrin $ .aid rain.artificial neural net1orG .en* Computer 2ased Numerical 0lgorithms Gold $ &ader* 5igital Processing of .a)it* 4ntroduction to geophysical Prospecting %elford etDalD* 0pplied Geophysical Ieary $ 2rooGs* 4ntroduction to Geophysical E#ploration 6aters* &eflection .35 and 45 configurations.C5P stacGing.migration and depth section preparationD D @elocity 5epth 5etermination* @elocity9depth relation from measurements in boreholes)elocity depth relation from surface obser)ations.olography 0pplied to .eismic MethodsD G4M:)(<2 &D'&"%$D 4H6SI%&5 M$T$! 5!G6 1D Physics of tropical monsoon clouds.%9P% and hyperbola methodD !D Noise Elimination Method* %he structure of noise and its classification using freAuency and spatial filters .arrays/.climatic change.obser)ational methods.pattern recognition.the ionospherecomposition and general properties.artificial intelligence.eismic .presentation formats of seismograms.multiples identification.eismic %ra)el %ime tomogrphy 5ines$ 7ytle* ComputeriEed Geophysical %omography 6u etD alD* 5iffraction %omography and Multisource .thin bed modelling.artificial modification of the precipitation.common depth point techniAue.25.precipitation mechanism from con)ecti)estratiform and orographic clouds.ources* E#plosi)e and non9e#plosi)e sourcesD 2D .field techniAues for reflection sur)ey.

a)iation forecasts and 1arnings.the air9light and )isual range in daytime.Plum rise.obliAue )isual rangeD !D Meteorological 0coustics* 5oppler effect.%&EN5.atlas of storm tracGsD 3D 2iometeorology* %hermal balance bet1een heat production and heat loss effect of climatic factors.tern* 0ir pollution .influence of 1eather and diseases caused by )iruses.propagation of sound through stratosphere.effect of temperature and humidity on sound )elocity.atmospheric )entilation.M.urban and building climatologyD 4D En)ironmental Pollution* E#tent of pollution.climate and insect pests.climatological atlas for oceanic regions.storm signals at ports.similarity theory.ME%0&.5GC0 and air traffic control.special obser)ations for a)iation.theory of turbulence.I9theory/.arr* .obFecti)e measurement of )isual range.4GMEN%.effect of 1ind on sound propagationattenuation of sound.coordination bet1een M+% and 0%C.storm 1arning bulletins.t1ilight phenomenoncolour and polarisation of sGy lightD Su88ested Boo9s2 1D 2D 3D 4D D !D "D Mohnson* Physical Meteorology Mason* Physics of Cloud 5obson* E#ploring the 0tmosphere &etallacG* Compendium of Meteorology @olD 4.)isibility of point light sources at night..acclimatiEation.Part9444.thermal comfort and comfort indices.organiEation of I08.1eather routing of ships.Page 30 of 31 D 0tmospheric @isibility* 0ttenuation of light by the atmosphere.8.Meteorology and Plant 4nFuryD G4M:)(B2 &D'&"%$D %5IM&T!5!G6 .7ondon* .sound origination from meteorological elementsD "D Meteorological Physics* Coronas and related phenomenon.documentation and briefing for national and international flightsa)iation climatologyD 2D Maritime Meteorology* @oluntary obser)ing flight routine and special obser)ations from ship at sea 1eather bulletins for shipping.human healthD Su88ested Boo9s2 1D 2D 3D 4D D .atellite Meteorology Mitra* %he ?pper 0tmosphereD G4M:)(62 &445I$D M$T$! !5!G6 1D 0)iation meteorology* &eAuirements of climatological data for sitting of run1aysmeteorological obser)ations and forecasts reAuired for aircraft operations..sound path in a calm atmosphere.bacteria and metabolic disorders.andbooG of 0)iation Meteorology Munn* 2iometeorology 6M8 Note* ?rban Climatology 6M8 %echnical Note* 0ir Pollutants.meteorological factors affecting the concentration of pollutants.MeteorologyD 6DMD8D 3!4 2aton* &adar 8bser)es the 6eather Iidder $ @onder .short term modelling and prediction techniAue for pollutantsD !D Effects of air pollution on climate.PEC%.monitoring for pre)ention control of pollution ?NEPD D 0tmospheric %ransport and 5iffusion* Classical diffusing theory .

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