1. R. N. Iyengar and S. T. G. Raghu Kanth (2002), Strong ground motion at Bhuj city during the Kutch earthquake, Current Science, 82(11), 1366-1372.
2. R. N. Iyengar and S. T. G. Raghu Kanth (2003), Empirical modeling and forecasting of Indian Monsoon Rainfall, Current Science, 85(8), 1189-1201.
3. R. N. Iyengar and S. T. G. Raghu Kanth (2004), Attenuation of strong ground motion in Peninsular India, Seismological Research Letters, 75(4), 530-541.
4. R. N. Iyengar and S. T. G. Raghu Kanth (2005), Intrinsic Mode Function and Strategy for Forecasting Indian Monsoon Rainfall, Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics, 90(1-2),17-36.
5. R. N. Iyengar and S. T. G. Raghu Kanth (2006), Strong Ground Motion Estimation during the Kutch, India Earthquake, Pure and Applied Geophysics,163,154-173.
6. R. N. Iyengar and S. T. G. Raghu Kanth (2006), Forecasting of seasonal monsoon rainfall at subdivision level, Current Science,91(3),350-356.
7. S. T. G. Raghu Kanth and R. N. Iyengar (2006), Seismic hazard estimation for Mumbai city, Current Science, 91 (11),1486-1494..
8. S. T. G. Raghu Kanth and R. N. Iyengar (2007), Estimation of Seismic Spectral Acceleration in Peninsular India Journal of Earth System Science,116(3),1-16.
9. S. T. G. Raghu Kanth (2008), Source Mechanism Model for Ground Motion Simulation, Applied Mathematical Modeling, 32 ,1417–1435.
10. S. T.G. Raghu Kanth (2008), Ground motion estimation during the Kashmir earthquake of 8th October 2005. Natural Hazards,46,1-13.
11. S.T.G. Raghu Kanth and S. Sreelatha and S. K. Dash (2008), Ground motion estimation at Guwahati city from Mw 8.1 earthquake in the Shillong plateau, Tectonophysics 448,98-114.
12. S. T.G. Raghu Kanth (2008), Modeling and synthesis of ground motion Journal of Earth System Science 117, S2, 683–705.
13. S. T. G. Raghu Kanth and R. N. Iyengar (2008), Strong Motion Compatible Earthquake source geometry Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth, doi:10.1029/ 2006JB004278.
14. S. T.G. Raghu Kanth (2008), Simulation of Strong ground motion during the 1950 Great Assam Earthquake by hybrid Green’s functions. Pure and Applied Geophysics,165(9-10), 1761-1787.
15. S. T. G. Raghu Kanth and S. K. Dash (2008), Stochastic Modeling of SPT-N value and evaluation of probability of liquefaction at Guwahati city. Journal of Earthquake and Tsunami, 2(3), 175–196.
16. S. K. Dash, P.D.T. Reddy and Raghukanth, S. T. G. (2008) Subgrade modulus of geocell-reinforced sand foundations, Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers: Ground Improvement, 161(2),79-87.
17. S. T. G. Raghu Kanth and R. N. Iyengar (2009), Engineering source model for simulating Strong Motion Accelerograms. Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, 29(3), 483-503.
18. S. T.G. Raghu Kanth, and S. N. Somala (2009), Modeling of strong motion data in northeastern India: Q, Stress drop and site amplification. Bulletin of Seismological Society of America ,99, 2A, 705–725.
19.S. T.G. Raghu Kanth, K. D. Singh and Pallav, K. (2009), Deterministic seismic scenarios for Imphal city. Pure and Applied Geophysics, 166,1–32.
21. S. T. G. Raghu Kanth and S. K. Dash (2010), Evaluation of seismic soil liquefaction at Guwahati city. Environmental Earth Sciencess,61,355-368.
22. S. T. G. Raghu Kanth and S. K. Dash (2010), Seismic scenarios for Northeastern India. Journal of Seismology,14(2), 143-167.
23. S.T.G. Raghu Kanth (2010), Estimation of Seismic hazard parameters for India. Seismological Research Letters. 81(2),207-217.
24. S. T.G. Raghu Kanth (2010), Intrinsic mode functions of earthquake slip distribution. Advances in Adaptive Data Analysis2(2), 193-215.
25. Pallav, K., S. T.G. Raghu Kanth, Singh, K. D. (2010), Surface level ground motion estimation for 1869 Cachar earthquake (Mw 7.5) at Imphal city, Journal of Geophysics and Engineering, 7,1-11.
26. C. Mallikarjuna and S. T.G. Raghu Kanth (2010), Air traffic forecasting for major cities in North-east India. Advances in Adaptive Data Analysis,2(1),1-16.
28.S. T. G. Raghu Kanth, J. Dixit and S. K. Dash (2011), Ground motion for scenario earthquakes at Guwahati city. Acta Geodaetica et Geophysica Hungarica, 46(3),326-346.
29. S.T.G. Raghu Kanth (2011), Seismicity parameters for important urban agglomerations in India. Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering,9(5), 1361-1386.
30. S.T.G. Raghu Kanth, K. Lakshmi Kumari and B. Kavitha (2012). Estimation of ground motion during the 18th september 2011 sikkim earthquake. Geomatics, Natural Hazards and Risk, 3(1), 9-34.
33. K. Pallav, STG Raghukanth and KD Singh (2012), Liquefaction hazard scenario in Imphal city for 1869 cachar earthquake and hypothetical earthquake in Indo-Burmese arc, International journal of earthquake geotechnical engineering,3,34-56.
34. STG Raghukanth and S. Sangeetha (2012), Empirical mode decomposition of earthquake accelerograms, Advances in Adaptive Data analysis (In Press)
35. STG Raghukanth, K. Lakshmikumari and Surendra Nadh Somala (2012), Regional level ground motion simulation for a hypothetical earthquake in Garwhal Himalaya, Geomatics, Natural hazards and Risk.1-24.
36. K. Pallav, STG Raghukanth and KD Singh (2012), Probabilistic seismic hazard of Manipur state, Journal of Geophysics and Engineering.9,516-533.
37.V. Jaya, STG Raghukanth and Sonika Mohan (2013). Estimating fractal dimension of lineaments using box counting method for the Indian landmass, Geocarto international (In Press).
38. STG Raghukanth and B. Kavitha (2013). Stochastic finite fault modeling of subduction zone earthquakes in northeast India, Pure and Applied Geophysics (In Press).
39. STG Raghukanth and S. Sangeetha (2014), A stochastic model for earthquake slip distribution of Large events, Geomatics Natural hazards and Risk (In Press).
40. S Jayalakshmi and STG Raghukanth (2013), A Engineering model for seismic activity in India, Geomatics Natural Hazards and Risk (In Press).
41. B. Kavitha and STG Raghukanth (2013),Stochastic earthquake ground motion model for east coast region of India, SRESA Journal of Life Cycle Reliability and Safety Engineering, 2(3),41-59.
42. STG Raghukanth and B Kavitha (2014), Ground motion relations for active regions in India, Pure and Applied Geophysics (In Press).
43. K Pallav, STG Raghukanth and KD SIngh (2014), Seismic microzonation of Imphal city, Acta Geophysica (In press).
44. Mahesh Reddy and STG Raghukanth (2014), Seismic ground motion in micro-polar elastic half-space, Applied Mathematical Modeling (Under Review).
45. Prabhu Muthuganesian and STG Raghukanth (2014), Probabilistic seismic hazard of Himachal Pradesh. Acta Geophysica (Under review).