Indrajit Pal
Indrajit Pal
Assistant Professor, DPMM, AIT
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A seismic hazard scenario in the Sikkim Himalaya from seismotectonics, spectral amplification, source parameterization, and spectral attenuation laws using strong motion …
SK Nath, M Vyas, I Pal, P Sengupta
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 110 (B1), 2005
822005
First order seismic microzonation of Delhi, India using geographic information system (GIS)
WK Mohanty, MY Walling, SK Nath, I Pal
Natural Hazards 40 (2), 245-260, 2007
792007
Earthquake hazard zonation of Sikkim Himalaya using a GIS platform
I Pal, SK Nath, K Shukla, DK Pal, A Raj, KKS Thingbaijam, BK Bansal
Natural hazards 45 (3), 333-377, 2008
572008
Global food security in the context of COVID-19: A scenario-based exploratory analysis
P Udmale, I Pal, S Szabo, M Pramanik, A Large
Progress in Disaster Science 7, 100120, 2020
342020
Exploring community resilience and early warning solution for flash floods, debris flow and landslides in conflict prone villages of Badakhshan, Afghanistan
A Mohanty, M Hussain, M Mishra, DB Kattel, I Pal
International journal of disaster risk reduction 33, 5-15, 2019
302019
Institutional framework and administrative systems for effective disaster risk governance–Perspectives of 2013 cyclone Phailin in India
I Pal, T Ghosh, C Ghosh
International journal of disaster risk reduction 21, 350-359, 2017
302017
Climatic factors influence the spread of COVID-19 in Russia
M Pramanik, P Udmale, P Bisht, K Chowdhury, S Szabo, I Pal
International journal of environmental health research, 1-15, 2020
272020
Urban flooding and climate change: A case study of Bangkok, Thailand
N Thanvisitthpon, S Shrestha, I Pal
Environment and Urbanization ASIA 9 (1), 86-100, 2018
262018
Spectral attenuation models in the Sikkim Himalaya from the observed and simulated strong motion events in the region
SK Nath, M Vyas, I Pal, AK Singh, S Mukherjee, P Sengupta
Current Science, 295-303, 2005
192005
Disaster risk governance in India and cross cutting issues
I Pal, R Shaw
Springer Singapore, 2018
152018
Fire incident at AMRI hospital, Kolkata (India): a real time assessment for urban fire
I Pal, T Ghosh
J Bus Manag Soc Sci Res 3, 9-13, 2014
132014
Assessment of flood adaptive capacity of urban areas in Thailand
N Thanvisitthpon, S Shrestha, I Pal, S Ninsawat, W Chaowiwat
Environmental Impact Assessment Review 81, 106363, 2020
122020
Disaster risk governance and city resilience in Asia-pacific region
I Pal, S Bhatia
Science and Technology in Disaster Risk Reduction in Asia, 137-159, 2018
112018
The great Sumatra-Andaman earthquake of 26 December 2004 as perceived from the broadband seismograms of Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur Seismological Observatory
SK Nath, SN Bhattacharya, M Vyas, I Pal, P Sengupta, S Mitra, ...
Current science 88 (9), 1381-1383, 2005
92005
Conservation planning of cash crops species (Garcinia gummi-gutta) under current and future climate in the Western Ghats, India
M Pramanik, AK Diwakar, P Dash, S Szabo, I Pal
Environment, Development and Sustainability 23 (4), 5345-5370, 2021
82021
Disaster risk management insight on school emergency preparedness–a case study of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan
AA Shah, Z Gong, I Pal, R Sun, W Ullah, GF Wani
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 51, 101805, 2020
72020
Climatic influence on the magnitude of COVID-19 outbreak: a stochastic model-based global analysis
M Pramanik, K Chowdhury, MJ Rana, P Bisht, R Pal, S Szabo, I Pal, ...
International journal of environmental health research, 1-16, 2020
72020
A GIS based approach into delineating liquefaction susceptible zones through assessment of site-soil-geology—a case study of Madang and Morobe Province in Papua New Guinea (PNG)
T Sekac, SK Jana, I Pal, DK Pal
Int J Innov Res Sci Eng Technol 5 (5), 2016
72016
Dust Storm and its Environmental Implications
T Ghosh, I Pal
Journal of Engineering Computers & Applied Sciences (JECAS) 3 (4), 30-37, 2014
72014
Risk assessment and reduction measures in landslide and flash flood-prone areas: A case of southern Thailand (Nakhon si Thammarat province)
I Pal, P Tularug, SK Jana, DK Pal
Integrating Disaster Science and Management, 295-308, 2018
62018
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