List of Manuscripts in Preparation and Submitted
M. Saiyad Musthafa, B. Senthilkumar,A. Sadiq Bukhari,P. Shahul Hameed, R. Purvaja,
Ramesh and M.M. Shahul Hameed (2007) Population Dose Distribution due to Soil Radioactivity in a Densely Populated City, South India. Manuscript in Press. Radiation Protection Dosimetry, Oxford Journals.
B.Senthilkumar, J. Barnes, R. Purvaja and R. Ramesh (2007), Seasonal and tidal behavior of nutrients and chlorophyll a in a tropical mangrove estuary, southeast coast of India. Manuscript under Preparation.
B.Senthilkumar, V.Kannan, R.Elumalai, R.Purvaja and R.Ramesh (2007). The use of 210Pb geochronology to identify the recent sedimentation in a Tsunami affected mangrove estuary, Southeast coast of India. Manuscript under Preparation.
Presentation of Research Papers in International/National Workshops and Conferences
R. Ramesh, R. Purvaja, K. Krithika, B. Senthil Kumar,A. Nirmal Rajkumar, A.K.Ray,
Neetha, Jennifer Divia, J.Barnes and R. Upstill- Goddard ( 2006). Trace Gas Fluxes
from Coastal Ecosystems of India. Presented at Indo-US Workshop on INDOFLUX held at Chennai from July 12- 16 July 2006.
A.Nirmal Rajkumar, B.Senthilkumar, K.Krithika, R.Purvaja and R.Ramesh (2006). Impact of Tsunami on Trace Gases and Nutrients in Estuaries of South India. Presented at National Workshop on INDIAN OCEAN TSUNAMI: Its Impact Assessment and Lessons for Future held at Anna University, Chennai, India on June 5,
Ramesh, R., Nirmal Rajkumar, A., Jennifer, I.D., Neetha, V., Senthilkumar, B., Krithika, K. and Purvaja, R. (2004) Effects of siltation and salinization on trace gas flux and pollutant loading in the Pulicat Lake. Presented at the LIMPACS: Salinity, Climate and Salinization Workshop held at Mildura Australia from 30 September- 3 October 2004.
Training Programmes and Overseas visit
Successfully followed and completed the online course on Integrated Coastal Zone Management conducted by UNESCO- IHE, Delft, The Netherlands from 17th May to 24th July 2005.
Visited Centre for Tropical Marine Ecology (ZMT), Bremen and Leibniz Institute