Prasanta Patro
TitleCited byYear
Regional conductivity structure of Cascadia: Preliminary results from 3D inversion of USArray transportable array magnetotelluric data
PK Patro, GD Egbert
Geophysical Research Letters 35 (20), 2008
Electrical imaging of Narmada–Son lineament zone, Central India from magnetotellurics
BPK Patro, T Harinarayana, RS Sastry, M Rao, C Manoj, ...
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 148 (2), 215-232, 2005
A magnetotelluric (MT) study across the Koyna seismic zone, western India: evidence for block structure
SVS Sarma, B Prasanta, K Patro, T Harinarayana, K Veeraswamy, ...
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 142 (1-2), 23-36, 2004
Investigations related to scientific deep drilling to study reservoir-triggered earthquakes at Koyna, India
H Gupta, NP Rao, S Roy, K Arora, VM Tiwari, PK Patro, ...
International Journal of earth sciences 104 (6), 1511-1522, 2015
Application of 3D inversion to magnetotelluric profile data from the Deccan Volcanic Province of Western India
PK Patro, GD Egbert
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 187 (1-2), 33-46, 2011
Deep geoelectric structure of the Sikkim Himalayas (NE India) using magnetotelluric studies
PK Patro, T Harinarayana
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 173 (1-2), 171-176, 2009
Magnetoteiluric Investigations along Kuppani-Paiani Geotransect, South India-2-D Modelling Results
T Harinarayana, K Naganmneyulu, С Manoj, BPK Patro, SK Begum, ...
Regional geoelectric structure beneath Deccan Volcanic Province of the Indian subcontinent using magnetotellurics
T Harinarayana, BPK Patro, K Veeraswamy, C Manoj, K Naganjaneyulu, ...
Tectonophysics 445 (1-2), 66-80, 2007
Electrical structure of the crust below the Deccan Flood Basalts (India), inferred from magnetotelluric soundings
BPK Patro, H Brasse, SVS Sarma, T Harinarayana
Geophysical Journal International 163 (3), 931-943, 2005
Investigations of continued reservoir triggered seismicity at Koyna, India
HK Gupta, K Arora, NP Rao, S Roy, VM Tiwari, PK Patro, ...
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 445 (1), 151-188, 2017
Detection of a collision zone in south Indian shield region from magnetotelluric studies
T Harinarayana, K Naganjaneyulu, BPK Patro
Gondwana Research 10 (1-2), 48-56, 2006
Deep electrical signatures across the Achankovil shear zone, Southern Granulite Terrain inferred from magnetotellurics
GD Naidu, C Manoj, PK Patro, SV Sreedhar, T Harinarayana
Gondwana Research 20 (2-3), 405-426, 2011
Three-dimensional inversion of magnetotelluric phase tensor data
PK Patro, M Uyeshima, W Siripunvaraporn
Geophysical Journal International 192 (1), 58-66, 2013
Lithospheric electrical imaging of the Deccan trap covered region of western India
PK Patro, SVS Sarma
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 114 (B1), 2009
Trap thickness and the subtrappean structures related to mode of eruption in the Deccan Plateau of India: results from magnetotellurics
BPK Patro, SVS Sarma
Earth, Planets, and Space 59 (2), 75-81, 2007
Resistivity Structure of the Central Indian Tectonic Zone (CITZ) from Multiple Magnetotelluric (MT) Profiles and Tectonic Implications
KKA Azeez, MJ Unsworth, PK Patro, T Harinarayana, RS Sastry
Pure and Applied Geophysics, 1-26, 2013
Three‐dimensional lithospheric electrical structure of Southern Granulite Terrain, India and its tectonic implications
PK Patro, SVS Sarma, K Naganjaneyulu
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 119 (1), 71-82, 2014
Evidence for an extensive intrusive component of the Deccan Large Igneous Province in the Narmada Son Lineament region, India from three dimensional magnetotelluric studies
PK Patro, SVS Sarma
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 451, 168-176, 2016
Sub-basalt sediment imaging - The efficacy of magnetotellurics
PK Patro, KKA Azeez, K Veeraswamy, SVS Sarma, MK Sen
Journal of Applied Geophysics 121, 106-115, 2015
Magnetotelluric studies for hydrocarbon and geothermal resources: Examples from the Asian region
PK Patro
Surveys in Geophysics 38 (5), 1005-1041, 2017
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