Economic Revitalization of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and FATA (ERKF)
SMEs Inventory with GIS Mapping Survey (SIGMS) is initiated by the FATA Secretariat, Peshawar, as a one of the component of the project entitled "Economic Revitalization of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and FATA (ERKF)".
Project Director: Dr Tahir Shah
Principle investigator: Dr. Irfan U. Jan (NCEG)
Principal Investigator: Dr. M. Tahir Shah, Dr. Shuhab D. Khan. (Associate Professor, Department of Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, University of Houston, Houston, TX, USA).
Project Director: Mr. Sufyan Qazi
DelPHE (British Council) International Project (2010-2013) Institutional Support and Twinning in Geoscience between Kabul, Peshawar, Leicester, Prague and Keele Universities
Project Director: Dr.Samina Siddiqui
Project Director: Dr M Asif Khan
Ahmad, L., Shah, M.T., Khan, S.D
Khan, S. Latif, Z. Hanif, M. & Jan, I. U. (in press)
Velocity and structural modelling of Mesozoic Chiltan Limestone and Goru formations for hydrocarbon evaluation in Bitrisim area, Lower Indus Basin, Pakistan, Acta Geologica Sinica (English Edition)
Early Eocene Orthophragminids (Foraminifera) from the type-locality of Discocyclina ranikotensis Davies, 1927, Thal, NW Himalayas, Pakistan: insights into the orthophragminid paleobiogeography. Geodynamica Acta, DOI: 10.1080/09853111.2015.1026795.
Palaeoenvironmental and sequence stratigraphic analyses of the Jurassic Datta Formation, Salt Range, Pakistan" (in Press) Journal of Earth System and Science
Emme Strong-Motion Database Serving For Predictive Model Selection To Emme Ground-Motion Logic-Tree Applications.
The above conference paper is published in Second European conference on Earthquake Engineering and Engineering Seismology, Istanbul, 24-29 August, 2014, for addition to latest research section to NCEG, website.
The Early Cambrian Khewra Sandstone, Salt Range, Pakistan: endorsing southern Indian provenance. Arabian Journal of Geosciences.
"Impact of uncertainty in remote sensing DEMs on topographic amplification of seismic response and Vs 30." Arabian Journal of Geosciences: 1-9
Using larger foraninifera for paleogeographic reconstruction of Neo-Tethys during Paleogene. Arabian Journal of Geoscience.
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