remya

Ms. Remya R

Research Scholar, Coastal Processes (CoP)

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Education:

M. Sc. : 2014 Geology, University of Kerala.
B. Sc. : 2012 Geology, University of Kerala.

Professional career:

Junior Research Fellow from 2015 to present; “Impact of Sea Level Rise on the Coastal Aquifers in Thiruvananthapuram district, Kerala”.

Research Interest:

Hydrogeology, Hydrogeochemical Studies, Petrology.

Achievements & Awards:

  1. KSCSTE Research Fellowship (2014)

Training:

  • National Seminar on “Water Management: Mounting Challenge and Response” KSCSTE, December 2012
  • National Workshop on free and open source GIS by Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management (IIITM-K) and TRANSECT, March 2013
  • UGC-SAP-DRS, Seminar on Shear zones and Crustal blocks of Southern India, University of Kerala, Department of Geology, March 2014
  • Training Program on Ground Water Resource Management conducted by CGWB, Thiruvananthapuram (January 2014, March 2016)
  • National Workshop on 25 years of Coastal Regulation Zone organized by NCESS, Akkulam, February 2016
  • MoES Foundation day program, as “volunteer in rock section” NCESS, Akkulam, 2016

Conference Proceedings:

  • Remya R. “Hydrogeochemical studies around Kilimanur-Nilamel area in Thiruvananthapuram and Kollam District, Kerala” in proceedings 5th International Conference on Future Earth Perspectives in South Asia (NAGI) -IC FEPSA on Future Earth Vision 2025 organized by Bharathidasan University, Thiruchirapally, February 2016.
  • Remya R. “Assessment of Aquifer Vulnerable Zone using DRASTIC and GIS” in proceedings 10th International thematic conference (IGU) on Urbanization, Health & Well Being and Sustainable Development Goals, Osmania University, Hyderabad, March 2017.
  • Remya R. “Impact of Sea Level Rise on the Coastal Aquifers in Thiruvananthapuram district, Kerala” (Poster), National Workshop on Western Ghats Evolution and Environmental Issues, NCESS, Akkulam, January 2016
  • Remya R. “Impact of Sea Level Rise on the Coastal Aquifers in Thiruvananthapuram district, Kerala” (Poster), National Geo-Research Scholars Meet (NGEOSM) organized by Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology, Dehradun, June 2016.