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Dr.Kaliraj S

Scientist B, CGL

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In Peer Reviewed Journals:

  1. S. Kaliraj, N. Chandrasekar, K.K. Ramachandran, Y. Srinivas, S. Saravanan (2017) Coastal landuse and land cover change and transformations of Kanyakumari coast, India using remote sensing and GIS. The Egyptian Journal of Remote Sensing and Space Sciences (Elsevier publication & SCI Journal). DOI: 10.1016/j.ejrs.2017.04.003. Impact Factor: 1.74
  2. S. Kaliraj, N. Chandrasekar, K.K. Ramachandran (2016) Mapping of coastal landforms and volumetric change analysis in the south west coast of Kanyakumari, South India using remote sensing and GIS techniques. The Egyptian Journal of Remote Sensing and Space Science (Elsevier publication & SCI Journal). DOI: 10.1016/j.ejrs.2016.12.006. Impact Factor: 1.74
  3. S. Selvakumar, N. Chandrasekar, S. Kaliraj, N. S. Magesh (2016) Salinization of shallow aquifer in the Karamaniyar river basin, Southern India. Environ Dev Sustain (Springer Group & SCI journal).DOI: 10.1007/s10668-017-9937-5.
  4. R.A. Bheeroo, N. Chandrasekar, S. Kaliraj, N.S. Magesh (2016) Shoreline change rate and erosion risk assessment along the Trou Aux Biches–Mont Choisy beach on the northwest coast of Mauritius using GIS-DSAS technique. Earth Sciences (Springer Group & SCI journal). DOI 10.1007/s12665-016-5311-4.
  5. Yamini Choutukuri, V. Hema Sailaja, V. K. Malar, S. Kaliraj (2015) Land Resources evaluation in the Theni Administrative block of Theni district, Tamil Nadu, India, using Remote sensing and GIS. International Journal of Remote sensing and GIS. ISSN: 2277–9051. Vol. 4 (1), Page: 23- 40.
  6. S. Kaliraj, N. Chandrasekar, N.S. Magesh (2015) Evaluation of multiple environmental factors for site-specific groundwater recharge structures in the Vaigai River upper basin, Tamil Nadu, India using GIS based Weighted Overlay Analysis. Environmental Earth Sciences (Springer Group & SCI journal). DOI: 10.1007/s12665-015-4384-9. Impact Factor: 1.765
  7. S. Kaliraj, N. Chandrasekar, N.S. Magesh (2014) Morphometry analysis of the River Thamirabarani sub-basin in Kanyakumari District, South west coast of Tamil Nadu, India, using remote sensing and GIS. Environmental Earth Sciences (Springer Group & SCI journal) ISSN: 1866-6299. Vol. 73(11). Page: 7375 –7401. DOI: 10.1007/s12665-014-3914-1. Impact Factor: 1.765
  8. S. Kaliraj, N. Chandrasekar, T. Simon Peter, S. Selvakumar, N. S. Magesh (2014) Mapping of coastal aquifer vulnerable zone in the south west coast of Kanyakumari, South India, using GIS-based DRASTIC model. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment (Springer Group & SCI journal) ISSN: 1573-2959. DOI 10.1007/s10661-014-4073-2. Impact Factor: 1.679
  9. S. Selvakumar, K. Ramkumar, N. Chandrasekar, N. S. Magesh, S. Kaliraj (2014) Groundwater quality and its suitability for drinking and irrigational use in the Southern Tiruchirappalli district, Tamil Nadu, India. Applied Water Science (Springer Group Journal) ISSN: 2190-5495. DOI 10.1007/s13201-014-0256-9.
  10. S. Kaliraj, N. Chandrasekar, N.S. Magesh (2014) Multispectral image analysis of suspended sediment concentration along the Southern coast of Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu, India. Journal of Coastal Sciences. ISSN 2348 – 6740. Vol. 1 (1). Page: 63-71.
  11. S. Kaliraj, N. Chandrasekar, N.S. Magesh (2013) Evaluation of coastal erosion and accretion process along the South-West coast of Kanyakumari, Tamil nadu using Geospatial techniques. Arabian Journal of Geosciences (Springer Group & SCI journal). ISSN: 1866-7538. DOI: 10.1007/s12517-013-1216-7. Impact Factor: 1.152.
  12. S. Kaliraj, N. Chandrasekar, N.S. Magesh (2013) Impacts of Wave energy and Littoral currents on Shoreline erosion /accretion along the South-West Coast of Kanyakumari, Tamil nadu using DSAS and Geospatial Technology. Environmental Earth Sciences (Springer Group & SCI journal) DOI: 10.1007/s12665-013-2845-6. ISSN: 1866-6299. Impact Factor: 1.572.
  13. S. Kaliraj, N. Chandrasekar, N.S. Magesh (2012) Identification of potential groundwater recharge zones in R. Vaigai upper basin, TN using GIS based Analytical Hierarchical Process (AHP) technique. Arabian Journal of Geosciences (Springer Group & SCI journal). DOI:10.1007/s12517-013-0849-x. ISSN 1866-7538. Impact Factor: 1.152.
  14. N.S. Magesh, N. Chandrasekar, S. Kaliraj (2013) Mapping of heavy mineral placers through marine GIS expert system: a case study in Kalaignanapuram coastal stretch, southeast coast of Tamil Nadu, India. Arabian Journal of Geosciences (Springer Group & SCI journal). DOI: 10.1007/s12517-013-1193-x. ISSN: 1866-7538. Impact Factor: 1.152.
  15. S. Kaliraj, S. Muthu Meenakshi, V.K. Malar (2012) Application of Remote sensing in Forest cover change detection using Geo statistical change detection matrices – A case study in Devampatti RF, Tamil Nadu. Nature Environment & Pollution Technology (International Quarterly Scientific Journal). ISSN: 0972 – 6268. Vol.11, No.2, Page: 261-269. Impact Factor: 0.08.
  16. S. Kaliraj, N. Chandrasekar (2012) Geo-processing Modelling on CVI: Assessment of vulnerable zone in SW coast, Tamilnadu, India. International Journal of Earth Sciences and Engineering. ISSN: 0974-5904. Vol.5, No. 5. Page: 1138-1147. Impact Factor: 0.14.
  17. S. Kaliraj, N. Chandrasekar (2012) Spectral Recognition Techniques and MLC of IRS P6 LISS III image for Coastal Landforms Extraction in SW Coast of Tamil Nadu. Bonfring International Journal of Advances in Image Processing. ISSN: 2250-1053. Vol. 2 (2). Page: 1 – 7.
  18. S. Kaliraj, V.K. Malar (2012) Geospatial analysis to assess the potential site for Coal based Thermal Power station in Gujarat, India. Journal of Advances in Applied Science Research. ISSN: 0976-8610. Vol.3, No. 3, Page: 1554-1562.
  19. S. Kaliraj, N. Chandrasekar, N.S. Magesh (2012) Stochastic Modelling to Identify Spatial and Temporal Changes in Rainfall Pattern Along the South West Coast of Kanyakumari District, India. Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science. ISSN 2277 – 5056. Vol. 2 (1), Page: 16-19.
  20. N.S. Magesh, N. Chandrasekar, S. Kaliraj (2012) A GIS based Automated Extraction Tool for the Analysis of Basin Morphometry. Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science. ISSN 2277 – 5056. Vol. 2 (1), Page: 32-35.
  21. N.S. Magesh, N. Chandrasekar, S. Kaliraj (2014) Mapping the coastal geomorphological landforms through Aster DEM and Landsat data – a case study between Tuticorin - Vembar coastal stretch, southeast coast of India. Journal of Coastal Sciences. ISSN 2348 – 6740. Vol. 1 (1). Page: 01 - 05.
  22. N.S. Magesh, L .I. Chandralekha, N. Chandrasekar, S. Kaliraj (2014) Influence of tidal cycle on heavy minerals variation in the Kottilpadu beach, Kanyakumari coast, Tamil Nadu, India. Journal of Coastal Sciences. ISSN 2348 – 6740. Vol. 1 (1). Page: 15 - 21.
  23. T. Simon Peter, N. Chandrasekar, S. Selvakumar, S. Kaliraj, N.S. Magesh, Y. Srinivas (2014) Tidal effects on estuarine water quality through a sandy marine beach: a case study in Vembar estuary, southeast coast of Tamil Nadu, India. Journal of Coastal Sciences. ISSN 2348 – 6740. Vol. 1 (1). Page: 06 - 14.

Research reports/Conference proceedings/presentations

  1. S. Kaliraj, N. Chandrasekar, K. K. Ramachandran (2017) Satellite Remote sensing of Phytoplankton (Chl-a) biomass variability in the Gulf of Mannar, South India. 3rd International Conference on Environmental and Ecology (ICEE - 2017), St. Xavier's College, Ranji on 27 - 29 March 2017.
  2. S. Kaliraj, N. Chandrasekar, K. K. Ramachandran (2016) Coastal Geomorphological vulnerability and mapping in the south-west coast of Kanyakumari District, South India, using Remote sensing and GIS technology. 29th IGI Conference, University of Calcutta, Kolkata, 24 - 27, November 2016.
  3. S. Kaliraj, N. Chandrasekar, K. K. Ramachandran (2017) Quantitative analysis of rainfall induced swift surface runoff in the River Thamirabarani sub-basin in Kanyakumari district, South India using Remote sensing and GIS in the National Symposium on “Recent Advances in Remote Sensing and GIS with Special Emphasis on Mountain Ecosystems” & Annual Conventions of Indian Society of Remote Sensing & Indian Society of Geomatics held during December 7 - 9, 2016 at Dehradun, India.
  4. B.R. Tripathy, S. Kaliraj, K.K. Ramachan, G.S. Pippal (2017) Assessing relative coastal vulnerability to sea level rise along the Thiruvananthapuram coast, Kerala using GIS based CVI model. Proceedings of the Third Disaster, Risk and Vulnerability Conference, Department of Geology, University of Kerala on 29 to 31 March 2017
  5. S. Kaliraj, N. Chandrasekar, K. K. Ramachandran (2016) The research paper entitled “Mapping of coastal aquifer vulnerability to seawater intrusion of Kanyakumari Coast, SW India using GIS based GALDIT model” is presented in International Conference on Environmental Sustainability for Food Security (ENFOSE-2016) held at Sree Ayyappa College for Women, Nagercoil, Tamil Nadu on 22 – 24, September, 2016.
  6. S. Poongodi, R. Rajkumar, R. Sujarose, S. Kaliraj “Geo-spatial Analysis of Soil Erosion Mapping in Upper Vaigai Basin using GIS based RUSLE Model” Proceeding of the 4th International conference on Hydrology and Watershed Management hosted by Centre for Water Resources, JNTU, Hyderabad, Oct. 29 –Nov. 01, 2014, Allied Publishers Pvt.Ltd. New Delhi, ISBN: 978-81-8424-952-1.
  7. N. Chandrasekar, S. Kaliraj “Coastal Erosion and Accretion Assessment and Inundation Risk zone mapping along SW coast of Kanyakumari, Tamil nadu, India” International conference on Geological Engineering hosted by University of Malaya, Kuala Lampur, Malaysia on Jan, 2013 published by AUN-SEED Group, Malaysia. ISBN: 978-967-0380-23-0.
  8. S. Kaliraj, K. Mahendran, N. Chandrasekar “Maximum Likelihood Classifier and Digital Image Processing Techniques for extraction of Coastal Landform features from the Indian Remote Sensing Satellite (IRS P6) LISS III imagery”. National Conference on Signal and Image Processing hosted by Dept of Computer Science and Applications, Gandhigram Rural Institute, Gandhigram on Feb.04-05, 2012, Excel India Publishers, New Delhi, ISBN : 978-93-81361-90-0.
  9. S. Kaliraj, N. Chandrasekar “Architecting the Geo-processing model on AHP to identify Ground water artificial recharge zones in R. Vaigai upper basin, Tamilnadu” published in the National seminar on Geospatial Technology for Resource Evaluation and Management 17 & 18, Feb, 2012, published by School of Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai, Tamil Nadu.
  10. S. Kaliraj, C. Balasubramani “An Investigation on Geo-Spatial features for Water resources conservation and development – A Remote sensing & Geo Information Technological approach”. XXX th INCA International Congress, Dehradun. 10th to 12th, November, 2010. Indian National Cartographic Association, Dehradun.
  11. S. Kaliraj, S. Selvaraj “Water resource Development and Conservation Action plan for Theni Allinagaram Municipality of Theni district, Tamil nadu using Remote sensing and GIS Technology” National Water Seminar hosted by CARI, Port Blair, AN Islands on January 29 - 30, 2009. http://www.eha-health.org/index.php/resources/catview/89-presentations/91-national-water-seminar.html
  12. The research paper entitled “An approach of Remote sensing and GIS in disease mapping” is presented in National Seminar on “Climatic Changes and Emerging Diseases” hosted by School of Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, M. K. University, Madurai on Dec , 12 – 13, 2008.
  13. The research paper entitled “Water resource conservation and development action plan for Theni Municipality region using Remote sensing and GIS” is presented in National Water Seminar held at CARI, Port Blair, Andaman Nicobar Islands on Jan, 29 -30, 2009.
  14. The research paper entitled “An overview of Geospatial Technology for Rural Health Information System” is presented in National Seminar on “People’s participation on Rural Development” held at School of Economics, M. K. University, Madurai on Jan, 22 – 23, 2009.
  15. The research paper entitled “A Role of Remote sensing & GIS in Land use/ Land Cover Analysis – A case study on Theni Block, Tamilnadu” is presented in UGC sponsored National Seminar on “Problems & Prospects in Habitat Development” held at Rural Technology Centre, Gandhigram University, Dindigul on March 4 - 5, 2010.
  16. The research paper entitled “Evaluation of Suitable Site for Coal Based Thermal Power Station in Rajpardi Mining Area, Gujarat – A Geo Spatial Technological Approach” is presented in UGC – UPE sponsored National Seminar on “Trends in Geospatial data Analysis for Resource and Envt. Management” held at School of Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai on March, 29 - 30, 2010.
  17. The research paper entitled “Investigation on Accuracies of RTK GPS survey for Topographical Mapping - A Civil Engineering Approach” is presented in UGC – UPE sponsored National Seminar on “Trends in Geospatial data Analysis for Resource and Envt. Management” held at School of Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai on March, 29 - 30 2010.
  18. The research paper entitled “Biodiversity Changes Inventory Techniques in Remote sensing” is presented in the International Conference on “Environmental Sustainability: Challenges and Strategies” conducted by Department of History, Fatima College (Autonomous), Madurai on Feb, 17 - 18, 2011.
  19. The research paper entitled “Geo Statistical Analysis for Soil Loss Assessment Modelling – Using Spatial Analyst Tool in ArcGIS 9.2” is presented in National Seminar on “Geo Spatial Technology on Natural Resource Management” held at Department of Remote sensing, Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai on March, 23 - 24, 2011.
  20. The research paper entitled “Generation of GIS based Automatic Coastal Vulnerability Index model – A case study on SW coast of Kanyakumari”, is presented in National Conference on “Coastal Dynamics & Geomorphology” hosted by Indian Institute of Geomorphologists (IGI) in Dept. of Geology, Anna University, Chennai, on October 19 - 22, 2011.
  21. The research paper is entitled “Architecting the Geo-processing model on Analytical Hierarchical Process (AHP) to identify Ground Water Artificial Recharge Zones in River Vaigai upper basin, Tamilnadu” is presented in National Seminar on “Geo-spatial Technology for Resource Evaluation & Management” at School of Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, M.K. University, Madurai on February,17 - 18, 2012.
  22. The research paper entitled “Stochastic modelling of Spatial and Temporal changes in Rainfall pattern along the South West coast of Tamilnadu, India” is presented in National Seminar on “Geospatial Technology developments in Natural Resource & Disaster management” held at Centre for GeoTechnology, M.S. University, Tirunelveli, on Feb. 23 - 24, 2012.
  23. The research paper entitled “Evaluation of Surface Runoff and its impacts using GIS based SCS-CN model – a case study of Thamirabarani basin, Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu” is presented in National Seminar on “Participatory Disaster Management” held at Dept of Geography, Bharathiar University Arts and Science College, Gudalur, The Nilgiris, Tamil Nadu on 13th Sep, 2014.
  24. The research paper entitled “Geospatial technological approach for Water Resources development and conservation planning – a case study of Theni Municipality in Tamil Nadu” is presented in National Conference on Disaster Management: Issues and Challenges held at Dept of Geography, Tourism & Travel Management, Madras Christian College, Chennai – 59 on 28th February, 2014.
  25. The research paper entitled “Mapping of coastal aquifer vulnerability to seawater intrusion of Kanyakumari Coast, SW India using GIS based GALDIT model” is presented in International Conference on Environmental Sustainability for Food Security (ENFOSE-2016) held at Sree Ayyappa College for Women, Nagercoil, Tamil Nadu on 22 – 24, September, 2016.