Journal

  • Hoste-Colomer et., al. (2016) Lateral structure variations and transient swarm revealed by seismicity along the Main Himalayan Thrust north of Kathmandu. Tectonophysics, 714-715, 107-116.
  • Sapkota et., al. (2016) Fatality rates of the M w~8.2, 1934, Bihar–Nepal earthquake and comparison with the April 2015 Gorkha earthquake. Earth, Planets and Space, 68(1), 1-9
  • Bhattarai et., al. (2016) Establishing a reference rock site for the site effect study in and around the Kathmandu valley, Nepal, Earth, Planets and Space, 68:81.
  • Bollinger et., al. (2016) Slip deficit in central Nepal: Omen for a repeat of the 1344AD earthquake? Earth, Planets and Space, 68, 1-12. 
  • Hossler et., al. (2016) Surface ruptures of large Himalayan earthquakes in Western Nepal : Evidence along a reactivated strand of the Main Boundary Thrust. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 434, 187-196.
  • Bhattarai et., al. (2015) Overview of the Large 25 April 2015 Gorkha, Nepal, Earthquake from Accelerometric Perspectives, Seismological Research Letters, 86(6), 1540-1548.    
  • Adhikari et., al. (2015) The aftershock sequence of the April 25 2015 Gorkha-Nepal earthquake. Geophys. J. Int. 203, 2119–2124.
  • Galetzka et., al. (2015) Slip pulse and resonance of the Kathmandu basin during the 2015 Gorkha earthquake, Nepal, Science, 349(6252), 1091-1095.
  • Girault et., al. (2014) Large-scale organization of carbon dioxide discharge in the Nepal Himalayas. Geophys. Res. Lett., 41(18), 6358-6366. 
  • Bollinger et., al. (2014) Estimating the return times of great Himalayan earthquakes in Eastern Nepal: evidence from the Patu and Bardibas strands of the Main Frontal Thrust, J. Geophys. Res. Solid Earth, 119, 7123-7163.
  • Sapkota et., al. (2013) Primary surface ruptures of the great Himalayan earthquakes in 1934 and 1255, Nature Geoscience, 6, 71–76.
  • Girault et., al. (2012) Effective radium concentration across the Main Central Thrust in the Nepal Himalayas, Geochimica et Cosmochimica acta, 98, 203-227.
  • Ader et., al. (2012) Convergence rate across the Nepal Himalaya and interseismic coupling on the Main Himalayan Thrust: Implications for seismic hazard, Journal of Geophysical Research, 117.    
  • Bhattarai et al., (2011) Capturing first records at the NSC accelerometric network , Nepal, Jour. Nep. Geol. Soc., 43, 15–22.
  • Flouzat et., al. (2009) Investigating tropospheric effects and seasonal position variations in GPS and DORIS time-series from the Nepal Himalaya. Geophysical Journal International, 178 (3), 1246-1259.
  • Bettinelli et., al. (2007) Seasonal variations of seismicity and geodetic strain in the Himalaya induced by surface hydrology, Earth Planet Science Letter, 266.
  • Bollinger et., al. (2007) Seasonal modulation of seismicity in the Himalaya of Nepal. Geophysical Research Letters, 34 (8).
  • Bettinelli et., al. (2006) Plate motion of India and Interseismic strain in the Nepal Himalaya from GPS and DORIS measurements, Journal of Geod., 80.
  • Lave et., al. (2005) Evidence for a great medieval earthquake (approximate to 1100 AD) in the central Himalayas, Nepal, Science    307.
  • Jouanne et., al. (2004) Current shortening across the Himalayas of Nepal, Geophys. J. Int., 157.
  • Bollinger  et., al. (2004) Stress buildup in the Himalaya, Journal of Geophysical Research, 109
  • Bollinger et., al. (2004) Thermal structure and exhumation history of the Lesser Himalaya in central Nepal. Tectonics, 23 (5).
  • Perrier et., al. (2002) Estimating streaming potentials associated with geothermal circulation at the MCT in central Nepal, Jour. Nep. Geol. Soc., 26, 17-27
  • Perrier et., al. (2002) Geological, geochemical and electrical constrains on the transient flow mechanism of a periodic spring in Western Nepal, Jour. Nep. Geol. Soc., 26, 109-119.
  • Jouanne et., al. (1999) Oblique Convergence in the Himalayas of Western Nepal Deduced from Preliminary Results of GPS Measurements. Geophysical Research Letters, 26 (13), 1933-1936.
  • Lemonnier et., al. (1999) Electrical structure of the Himalaya of Central Nepal: high conductivity around the mid-crustal ramp along the MHT. Geophysical Research Letters, 26 (21), 3261-3264.
  • Pandey et., al. (1999) Seismotectonics of the Nepal Himalaya from a local seismic network. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 17 (5-6), 703-712.    
  • Pandey et., al. (1995) Interseismic Strain Accumulation on the Himalayan Crustal  Ramp (Nepal), Geophysical Research Letters, 22 (7), 751-754. 
  • Pandey M. R. and Nicolas M. (1991) The aftershock sequence of the Udayapur (Nepal) earthquake of August 20, 1988, Jour. Nep. Geol. Soc., 7, 19-29.
  • Pandey M. R. and Molnar P. (1988) The distribution of intensity of the Bihar_Nepal Earthquake of 15 January 1934 and bounds on the extent of rupture zone, Jour. Nepal Geol. Soc., 5(1), 22-44.
  • Chitrakar G. R. and Pandey M. R. (1986) Historical earthquakes of Nepal, Bull Nep. Geol. Soc., 4, 7-8.
  • Pandey, M. R. (1985) Seismic model of central and eastern Lesser Himalaya of Nepal, Jour. Nep. Geol. Soc., 3(1 & 2), 1-11.
  • Singh V. (1985) Earthquake of July 1980 in Farwestern Nepal, Jour. Nep. Geol. Soc., 2(2), 1-11.
  • Hirn et., al (1984) Crustal structure and variability of the Himalayan border of Tibet, Nature, 307, 23–25.
  • Pandey, M. R. (1981) Velocity Determination of Kathmandu  Complex, Jour. Nep. Geol. Soc., 1(1), 29-35.