Ranjana Ghosh
Ranjana Ghosh
CSIR - National Geophysical Research Institute (NGRI), Uppal Road, Hyderabad 500007, India
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Effective medium modeling of gas hydrate‐filled fractures using the sonic log in the Krishna‐Godavari basin, offshore eastern India
R Ghosh, K Sain, M Ojha
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 115 (B6), 2010
Quantitative interpretation of CO2 plume from Sleipner (North Sea), using post-stack inversion and rock physics modeling
R Ghosh, MK Sen, N Vedanti
International journal of greenhouse gas control 32, 147-158, 2015
Time-lapse surface seismic inversion with thin bed resolution for monitoring CO2 sequestration: A case study from Cranfield, Mississippi
R Zhang, R Ghosh, MK Sen, S Srinivasan
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 2012
Pore system, microstructure and porosity characterization of Gondwana shale of Eastern India using laboratory experiment and watershed image segmentation algorithm
P Sarkar, A Kumar, KH Singh, R Ghosh, TN Singh
Marine and Petroleum Geology 94, 246-260, 2018
Predicting subsurface CO2 movement: From laboratory to field scale
R Ghosh, MK Sen
Geophysics 77 (3), P1-11, 2012
Estimating the amount of gas-hydrate using effective medium theory: a case study in the Blake Ridge
R Ghosh, K Sain, M Ojha
Marine Geophysical Researches 31, 29-37, 2010
Effective medium modeling to assess gas hydrate and free-gas evident from the velocity structure in the Makran accretionary prism, offshore Pakistan
R Ghosh, K Sain
Marine Geophysical Researches 29, 267-274, 2008
Assessment of gas hydrate reservoir from inverted seismic impedance and porosity in the northern Hikurangi margin, New Zealand
U Shankar, M Ojha, R Ghosh
Marine and Petroleum Geology 123, 104751, 2020
Amount of gas hydrate estimated from rock physics analysis based on morphology and intrinsic anisotropy in area B, Krishna Godavari offshore basin, expedition NGHP-02
R Ghosh, M Ojha
Marine and Petroleum Geology 124, 104856, 2021
Rock physics modeling for assessing gas hydrate and free gas: a case study in the Cascadia accretionary prism
K Sain, R Ghosh, M Ojha
Marine Geophysical Researches 31, 109-119, 2010
Assessment of gas hydrate using pre-stack seismic inversion in Mahanadi Basin, offshore eastern India
M Ojha, R Ghosh
Interpretation 9 (2), 1-42, 2021
Prediction of elastic properties within CO2‐plume at Sleipner field using AVS inversion modified for thin‐layer reflections guided by uncertainty estimation
R Ghosh, M Ojha
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, e2020JB019782, 2020
Estimation of elastic parameters, mineralogy and pore characteristics of Gondwana shale in Eastern India for evaluation of shale gas potential
P Sarkar, KH Singh, R Ghosh, TN Singh
Current Science 115 (4), 710-720, 2018
Physical parameters of hydrated sediments estimated from marine seismic reflection data
R Ghosh, M Ojha, K Sain, NK Thakur
Current Science, 1421-1430, 2006
Elastic anisotropy modeling of organic-rich lower Gondwana shale in eastern India
R Ghosh, P Sarkar, KH Singh
Pure and Applied Geophysics 178, 123-139, 2021
Gas Hydrate Potential Along The Eastern Continental Margin of India
M Ojha, R Ghosh
Bangladesh Maritime Journal, 85-102, 2021
Monitoring field scale CO2 injection from time-lapse seismic and well log, integrating with advanced rock physics model at Cranfield EOR site
R Ghosh
Acta Geophysica 65 (6), 1207-1218, 2017
Saturation estimation from 4D seismic data from Sleipner Field by a capillary pressure-based rock-physics model
A Sen, R Ghosh, N Vedanti
SEG International Exposition and Annual Meeting, SEG-2016-13952077, 2016
Periglacial and fluvial-glacial landscape in Jaisalmer District.
RK Biswas, RN Ghosh
Effective medium modeling of fluid-filled fractured-porous medium
R Ghosh, MK Sen
SEG International Exposition and Annual Meeting, SEG-2011-2171, 2011
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