Ms. Mereena C.S.

Research Scholar, Coastal Processes (CoP)

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M. Sc. : 2012, Geography, SAT Campus, Kannur University, Payyanur.
B.Ed. : 2013, Geography, Govt College of Teacher Education, University of Kerala,Thycaud.

Professional career:

2014 (Mar) - Present DST INSPIRE Research Fellow, National Centre for Earth Science Studies.


  1. Jayalaksmy S and Mereena C.S." Spatio-Temporal Dynamics of Urban Expansion of Cochin City Region in GIS based on Buffer Gradient Analysis".NOV162466, International Journal of Science and Research, Vol 5 Issue 4, April 2016
  2. Mereena C.S.“The Characteristics of Inland Water Transport in Kerala with special reference to cargo movement through National Waterway3”, ISSn:2321-4538,International Journal of Revolution of Science and Humanity,Vol 6,Issue 1,August 2016
  3. Mereena C.S.“An Analysis of Urban Growth of Cochin City Region using GIS and Remote Sensing Techniques”.ISSN:0972-8392, Indian Cartographer,Vol.35,2015.pp-160-166, November 2016

Conference Proceedings:

  1. Mereena C.S. “An Analysis of Urban Sprawl of Thiruvananthapuram City using Multi-Temporal Remote Sensing Data “in Proceedings 34th Indian Geographers Meet, Thiruvananthapuram, December 2012
  2. Mereena C.S." Inland Waterways in Kerala: A statistical analysis of freight movement along National Waterway 3",Proceedings 5th International Conference on Future Earth Perspectives in South Asia, Tirchy, February 2016.
  3. Mereena C.S.” The potential for urban public transport on waterways in Kochi city-Kerala”,in proceedings IGU International Thematic Conference, Hyderabad,March 2017

Poster Presentation:

  1. Jayalakshmy S.S. and Mereena C.S. “Dynamics of urban expansion- Cochin city region Buffer gradient analysis”RAC, NCESS,Best poster award,July 2015
  2. Mereena C.S.” Comparison of Cargo movement in Kollam port and Cochin Port along National Waterway”, Workshop on “ Evolution of Western Ghats,NCESS,January 2017