Dr. SP Sati, a geologist of the Garhwal Central University of Srinagar, who studied this research study, said that considering the scientific credentials of the research study, the world famous research magazine Earth and Planetary Science Letters published from the US made this research paper online. is.
He said that this research paper will also be published in the research journal in the year 2019. At present, Dr Sati is working at the Uttarakhand Horticulture Forestry University's Registrar of Parsar.
The research study of seismic activity in Uttarakhand is based on the GPS study. This preliminary conclusion has come from a research study conducted in five years from 2013 to 2018. This research study is still going on.
This research is being conducted jointly by the Department of Geological Sciences, Garhwal University, National Geophysics Research Institute, Hyderabad, National Institute of Earthquake Delhi, Wadia Geology Institute Deharadun, GB Pant Institute, Kosi Katarmal jointly with the help of Union Ministry of Geology. .
After the Nepal earthquake in 2015, some geologists say that most of the energy inside the ground has come out, so there is no possibility of a big earthquake in Uttarakhand now. Geoscientist Dr. SP Sati is refusing to conclude this conclusion. He said that his research study based on GPS has become clear that such a situation is not there.
There is no relation to the earthquake of Nepal's earthquake of Uttarakhand Himalayan region. The earthquake of 8 or more reactor scale in the Uttarakhand Himalayan region did not come in the last five years and this research study has shown that Uttarakhand Himalayan region is equally active in terms of earthquake. Seismic energy is also being stored in large quantities inside the ground.
27 GPS stations are installed
In the Uttarakhand Himalayan region, 27 GPS stations have been set up in different areas of Uttarakhand to conduct research for earthquake. Dr. SP Sati said that they are located in Hinna near Guptkashi, Narayankoti, Auli, Fakot and Chamoli.