Anil D. Shukla

Present Position : Scientist SF
E-mail: [email protected]
Telephone: +91-79-2631-4159

Research Interests

Elemental & isotopic geochemistry towards understanding the Earth & Planetary processes. The broad area of interests listed below:

Present Activities

Selected Publications

  • S. Sharma, Anil D. Shukla, S. K. Bartarya, B. S.Marh and N. Juyal, The Holocene floods and their affinity to climatic variability in the western Himalaya, India, Geomorphology, 290, 317-334. (2017)
  • K. Sharma, N. Bhatt, A. D. Shukla, D. Cheong, A. K. Singhvi, Optical dating of late Quaternary carbonate sequences of Saurashtra, western India, Quaternary Research, 87, 133-150. (2017)
  • M. Ngangom, S. Bhandari, M.G. Thakkar, A. D. Shukla, N. Juyal, Mid-Holocene extreme hydrological events in the eastern Great Rann of Kachchh, western India, Quaternary International, 443, 189-199. (2017)
  • A. Das, T. Singh, P.A. LokaBharathi, P. K. Dhakephalkar, S. Mallik, P. R. Kshirsagar, N.H. Khadge, B. N. Nath, S. Bhattacharya, A. K. Dagar, P. Kaur, D. Ray, Anil D. Shukla, C. E.G. Fernandes, S. Fernandes, T. R. A. Thomas, M. S.S., B. S. Mourya, R. M. Meena, Astrobiological implications of dim light phototrophy in deep-sea red clays, Life Sciences in Space Research, 12,39-50 (2017)
  • G. Kothyari, Anil D. Shukla, N. Juyal, Reconstruction of Late Quaternary climate and seismicity using fluvial landforms in Pindar River valley, Central Himalaya, Uttarakhand, India, Quaternary International, 443, 248-263. (2017)
  • S. Saharma, P. Chand, P. Bisht, Anil D. Shukla, S. K. Bartarya, Y. P. Sundriyal and N. Juyal,Factors responsible for driving the glaciation in the Sarchu Plain, eastern Zanskar Himalaya, during the late Quaternary, Geomorphology, 290, 317-334. (2017)
  • D. K. Panda, D. Banerjee, S. K. Goyal, A. R. Patel and Anil D. Shukla, Development of a Cerium-doped Lanthanum bromide gamma ray spectrometer for planetary missions and feasibility studies for determination of elemental abundances of radioactive elements (Th, K and U), Current Science, 110, 2135-2138. (2016)
  • Y.P. Sundriyal, A. D. Shukla, N. Rana, R. Jayangondaperumal, P. Srivastava, L.S. Chamyal, S.P. Sati and N. Juyal,Terrain response to extreme rainfall event of June 2013, evidence from the Alaknanda and Mandakini river Valleys, Garhwal Himalaya, India Episodes, 38, 179-188. (2015)
  • P. Bisht, S.N.Ali, Anil D. Shukla, S. Negi,Y.P. Sundriyal, M G Yadava, and N. Juyal, Chronology of Late Quaternary glaciation and landform evolution in the upper Dhauliganga valley, (Trans Himalaya), Uttarakhand, India, Quaternary Science Reviews, 129, 147-162. (2015)
  • P. Morthekai, P. R. Chauhan, M. Jain, A. D. Shukla, H. M. Rajapara, K. Krishnan, D. A. Sant, R. Patnaik, D. V. Reddy, A. K. Singhvi, Thermal re-distributed IRSL (RD-IRSL): A new possibility of dating sediments near B/M Boundary and beyond, Quaternary Geochronology, 290, 317-334. (2015)
  • S. P. Sati, S. N. Ali, N. Rana, F. Bhattacharya, R. Bhushan, Anil D. Shukla, Y. P. Sundriyal and N. Juyal, Timing and extent of Holocene glaciations in the monsoon dominated Dunagiri valley (Bangni glacier), Central Himalaya, India, Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 91, 125-136. (2014)
  • J. S. Ray, K. Pande, R. Bhutani, Anil D. Shukla, V. K. Rai, A. Kumar, N. Awasthi, R.S. Smitha and D. K. Panda, Age and geochemistry of Newania dolomite carbonatites, India: implications for the source of primary carbonatite magma,Contributions to Mineralogy & Petrology, 166, 1613-1632. (2013)
  • L. Alappat, P. Seralathan, Anil D. Shukla, K.P. Thrivikramji, A. K. Singhvi, Chronology of Red dune aggradations of South India and its Palaeo-environmental significance, Geochronmetric, 40, 274-284. (2017)
  • R.D. Deshpande, A.S. Maurya, R.C. Angasaria, M. Dave, A. D. Shukla, N. Bhandari and S.K. Gupta, Recent falls of Megacryometeors in Western India: Isotopic Investigations, Current Science, 104, 728-737. (2013)
  • W. Rahman, S. K. Singh and A. D. Shukla, Rhenium in Indian Rivers: Sources, fluxes and its contribution to oceanic budgets, Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 13. (2012)
  • A. K. Tyagi, A. D. Shukla, R. Bhushan, P. S. Thakker, M. G. Thakkar and N. Juyal, Mid Holocene sedimentation and landscape evolution in the western Great Rann of Kachchh, India, 01Geomorphology, 151, 89-98. (2012)
  • J. S. Ray, A. D. Shukla and L. K. Dewangon, Carbon and oxygen isotopic compositions of Newania Dolomite Carbonatites, Rajasthan, India: implications for source of carbonatites, Mineralogy and Petrology, 98, 269-282. (2010)
  • R. Ray, A. D. Shukla, H. C. Sheth, J. S. Ray, R. A. Duraiswami, L. Vanderkluysen, C. S. Rautela, J. Mallik, Highly heterogeneous Precambrian basement under the central Deccan Traps, India: Direct evidence from xenoliths in dykes Gondwana Research, 13, 375-385. (2008)
  • N.Bhandari, S. V. S. Murty, P. N.Shukla , R. R. Mahajan, A. D. Shukla, G. Lashkari, M.S.Sisodia , R.P.Tripathi, G. Parthasarathy , H. C. Verma and I.A.Franchi, Ararki (L5) chondrite : first meteorite find in Thar desert of India, Meteoritics and Planetary Science, 43, 761-770. (2008)
  • N. Bhandari, S. V. S. Murty, P.N. Shukla, R. R. Mahajan, A. D. Shukla, K. M. Suthar, , G. Parthasarathy andB.S.Paliwal, Bhawad LL6 chondrite: chemistry, petrology, noble gases, nuclear tracks and cosmogenic radionuclides, Meteoritics& Planetary Science, 40, 1015-1021. (2005)
  • P. N. Shukla, A. D. Shukla, V. K. Rai, S. V. S. Murty, N. Bhandari. J. N. Goswami,K. Duorah, P. Phukon, A. Mazumdar, R. E. Greenwood and I. A. Franchi , Dergaon (H5) chondrite: Fall, classification, petrological and chemical characteristics, cosmogenic effects and noble gas records, Meteoritics& Planetary Science,40, 627-637. (2005)
  • K. L. Shrivastava, V. Gaur, J. Swadia, N. Bhandari and A. D. Shukla, Iron meteorite fall at Bhuka Village, Barmer District, Rajasthan, Current Science,89, 741-742. (2005)
  • B. K. Chattopadhyay, J. N. Goswami, S. V. S. Murty, A.P.Thapliyal, P. N. Shukla, A. D. Shukla, P. K. Mondal, N. C. pant and N. Sinha , Meteorite Falls over India during 2003: Petrographic and chemical characterization and cosmogenic records, Current Science,88, 774-778. (2005)
  • M. S. Sisodia, U. K. Singh, G. Lashkari, P. N. Shukla, A. D. Shukla and N. Bhandari , The Volcanic origin of the Siliceous Earth of Barmer Basin, India, J. Earth. Sys. Sci,114, 111-124. (2005)
  • D. Dhingra, N. Bhandari, P. N. Shukla, S. V. S. Murty, R. Mahajan, G. M. Ballabh,G. Lashkari, A. D. Shukla, and G. Parthasharthy , Spectacular fall of the Kendrapara H5 chondrite, Meteorit.& Planet. Sci., , 39, A121-132. (2004)
  • S. V. S. Murty, V. K. Rai, A. D. Shukla, G. Srinivasan, P.N. Shukla, K. M. Suthar, N. Bhandari and A. Bischoff, Devgaon (H3) chondrite: classification and complex cosmic ray exposure history, Meteorit.& Planet. Sci,39, 387-399. (2004)
  • A. D. Shukla, N. Bhandari and P.N. Shukla, The chemical signatures of the Permian-Triassic transitional Environment in Spiti Valley,, Geol. Soc. Am. Special paper,356, 445-454. (2002)
  • A. D. Shukla and P. N. Shukla, No K/T boundary at Anjar, Gujarat, India: Evidence from magnetic susceptibility and carbon isotopes?-H.J. Hansen, D. M. Mohabey and P. Toft in Proc. Indian Acad. Sci. (Earth Planet Sci.), 110, No.2, June 2001, 133-142, Proc. Indian Acad. Sci. (Earth Planet Sci.),111,489-491 . (2002)
  • P. Ghosh, S. K. Bhattacharya, A. D. Shukla, P. N. Shukla, N. Bhandari, G. Parthasarthy and A. C. Kunwar, Negative delta13C excursion and anoxia at the Permian-Triassic Boundary in the Tethys Sea, Current Science, 893,498-502. (2002)
  • H. C. Verma, C. Upadhyay, R. P. Tripathi, A. D. Shukla and N. Bhandari, Evidence of impact at Permian/Triassic boundary from M?ssbauer spectroscopy, Hyperfine Interactions, 141,357-360. (2002)
  • N. Bhandari, S. V. S. Murty, P. N. Shukla, A. D. Shukla, R. R. Mahajan, M. M. Sarin, G. Srinivasan, K. M. Suthar, M. S. Sisodia,S. Jha and A. Bischoff , , , . ()
  • S. Ghosh, S. V. S. Murty, N. C. Pant, J. B. Ghosh, S. Shome, A. D. Shukla, R. R Mahajan, P. N. Shukla, and N. Bhandari, , , . ()
  • A. D. Shukla, N. Bhandari, Sheela Kusumgar, P. N. Shukla, Z .G. Ghevariya, K. Gopalan and V. Balaram , , , . ()
  • P. N. Shukla, N. Bhandari, Anirban Das, A. D. Shukla and J. S. Ray, , , . ()
  • M. S. Sisodia, A. D. Shukla, K. M. Suthar, R. R. Mahajan, S. V. S. Murty, P. N. Shukla, N. Bhandari and R. Natarajan, Lohawat Howardite: mineralogy, chemistry and cosmogenic effects, Meteoritics and Planetary Science,36, 1457-1466. (2001)
  • B. S. Paliwal, R. R. Mahajan, S. V. S. Murty, A. D. Shukla, P. N. Shukla, N. Bhandari, R. Natarajan, R. Hutchison, S. Russelland I. A. Franchi , Chemical and isotopic characteristics of the Didwana-Rajod (H5) chondrite, Meteoritics and Planetary Science,36,1249-1256. ()
  • S. Ghosh, N. C. Pant, T. K. Rao, C. Ramamohana, J. B. Ghosh, S. Shome, N. Bhandari, A. D. Shukla and K. M. Suthar, The Vissannapeta Eucrite , Meteoritics and Planetary Science,35,913-917. (2000)
  • N. Bhandari, S.V. S. Murty, K. M. Suthar, A. D. Shukla, G. M. Ballabh, M. S. Sisodia and V. K. Vaya , The Orbit and Exposure History of the Piplia Kalan Eucrite, Meteoritics and Planetary Science, 33,455-461. ()
  • A. D. Shukla, P. N. Shukla, K. M. Suthar, N. Bhandari, V. K. Vaya, M. S. Sisodia, S. Sinha Roy, K. N. Rao and R. S. Rajawat , PipliaKalanEucrite: Fall, Petrography and Chemical Characterization, Meteoritics and Planetary Science,32, 611-615. (1997)
  • P. N. Shukla, A. D. Shukla and N. Bhandari , Geochemical characterization of the Cretaceous ? Tertiary Boundary sediments at Anjar, India, Palaeobotanist,46, 127-132. (1997)