SAM 6229

Dr. Sreelash K

Scientist C, Hydrology Group

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Publications:

  1. Paras R. Pujari, V. Jain, V. Singh, K. Sreelash, S. Dhyani, M. Nema, P. Verma, R. Kumar, S. Jain and M. Sekhar. (2020). Critical zone: an emerging research area for sustainability. Current Science 118 (10), 1487-1488.
  2. K. Sreelash, Merin Mathew, Nisha, N, Arulbalaji P., Bindu, A.G. and Rajat Sharma. (2020). Changes in the hydrological characteristics of Cauvery river draining the eastern side of southern Western Ghats, India. International Journal of River Basin Management. 18 (2), 153-166. DOI: 10.1080/15715124.2020.1719119.
  3. Arulbalaji, P, K. Sreelash, Maya K and Padmalal D. (2020). Hydrological assessment of groundwater potential zones of Cauvery River Basin, India: a geospatial approach. Environmental Earth Sciences 78 (24), 667. DOI: 10.1007/s12665-019-8673-6.
  4. Arulbalaji, P., Padmalal, D and K. Sreelash, (2019). GIS and AHP Techniques Based Delineation of Groundwater Potential Zones: a case study from southern Western Ghats, India. Scientific Reports. 9, 1-17. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-019-38567-x.
  5. K. Sreelash, Sharma, R.K., Gayathri, J.A., Upendra, B., Maya, K. and Padmalal, D. (2018). Impact of rainfall variability on river hydrology– a case study of southern Western Ghats, India. Journal of Geological Society of India. Vol.92, pp.548-554. DOI : 10.1007/s12594-018-1065-9.
  6. Padmalal, D., K. Sreelash, Vipin T Raj and Sajan, K. (2018) River discharge, major ion chemistry and sediment transport of the Bharathapuzha river in Southern Western Ghats, India: Implications on catchment erosion. Journal of Geological Society of India. Vol.92, pp.568-578. DOI: 10.1007/s12594-018-1069-5.
  7. Maya, K., Prasenjit, D., K. Sreelash and Narendra Babu. (2018). The coastal springs of Southern Kerala, SW India- Hydrology and water quality assessment. Journal of Geological Society of India. Vol.92, pp.616-625. DOI: 10.1007/s12594-018-1075-7.
  8. K. Sreelash, Samuel Buis, Muddu Sekhar, Laurent Ruiz Sat Kumar Tomer and Martine Guerif. (2017). Estimation of available water capacity components of two-layered soils using crop model inversion: Effect of crop type and water regime. Journal of Hydrology, Vol. 546, pp. 166-178
  9. Tomer, S. K., Al Bitar, A., Sekhar, M., Corgne, S., Bandyopadhyay, S., K. Sreelash, Sharma, A. K., Zribi, M. and Kerr, Y. (2015). Retrieval and multi-scale validation of soil moisture from multi-temporal SAR data in a semi-arid tropical region. Remote Sens. 7, 8128-8153.
  10. K. Sreelash, M. Sekhar, L. Ruiz. S. Buis and S. Bandyopadhyay. (2013). Agro-hydrological modelling in a semi-arid watershed combining field measurements and remote sensing. Journal of Indian Institute of Science, 93(2), pp. 189-207.
  11. K. Sreelash, M. Sekhar, L. Ruiz, Sat Kumar, M. Guerif, S. Buis, P. Durand and C. Gascuel-Odoux. (2012). Parameter estimation of a two-horizon soil profile by combining crop canopy and surface soil moisture observations using GLUE. Journal of Hydrology, 456-457, pp. 57-67.
  12. K Sreelash and B V Mudgal, 2010, Drag Characteristics of Cylindrical Piers with Slots and/or Collars in Subcritical Flow, ISH Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, 16(2), pp. 75-87.

Books/ Book Chapters:

  • Adaptation work of Groundwater Hydrology, 3ed by David K. Todd, Larry W. Mays. Type of work: Chapter Review and Content Development for Adaptation of the book .
  • Tomer, S. K., K. Sreelash, Ruiz, L. and Sekhar, M. (2019). A Case Study on Management of Groundwater Resources for Agriculture. Book Chapter on “Water Futures of India: Status of Science and Technology”, Editors: P.P. Mujamdar and V.M. Tiwari. Indian National Science Academy publication.

Research reports/Conference proceedings/Presentations

  1. Merin Mariam Mathew, K Sreelash and Micky Mathew “Acceleration of Hydrological Cycle: Evidences from the River Basins Draining the Southern Western Ghats India” 16th Annual Meeting of Asia Oceanic Geosciences Society (AOGS – 2019) in the Hydrological Sciences Session of the Singapore from 28th July to 2nd Aug, 2019, Singapore.
  2. Anu S Patil, K. Sreelash, Varija K., Rajat Sharma. Integrated Surface- Subsurface Hydrological Modelling of a Humid Tropical River Basin. 16th Annual Meeting of Asia Oceanic Geosciences Society (AOGS – 2019) in the Hydrological Sciences Session of the Singapore from 28th July to 2nd Aug, 2019, Singapore.
  3. K Sreelash, Rajat Kumar Sharma, Gayathri J A and Vipin T Raj. (2017). Effect of changes in the land surface and precipitation on the hydrology of small catchment rivers of southern Western Ghats, India. 7th International Groundwater Conference on Groundwater Vision-2030, 11-13 Dec, 2017, New Delhi.
  4. K Sreelash, Rajat Kumar Sharma and Padmalal Damodharan. Tracing the natural and anthropogenic stressors on Hydrological Characteristics of river basins: A case study of rivers draining the southern Western Ghats, India. International Conference on the Status and Future of the World's Large Rivers, 18-21 April, 2017, New Delhi.
  5. Rajat K Sharma, V M Tiwari, K Sreelash, D Padmalal. Monthly Evapotranspiration Simulation in Cauvery River Basin Using SWAT Model- INDO-US Bilateral Workshop on ‘Assessments of Regional Hydrology Using Space-Borne Gravity Observations,14-16 Nov 2016’, CSIR-NGRI, Hyderabad.
  6. K. Sreelash, S. Buis, M. Guerif, M. Sekhar, and L Ruiz. Quantifying the uncertainties in the estimation of multilayered soil hydraulic properties at a catchment scale. TERENO International Conference, From observation to Prediction in terrestrial systems, 29 sep to 2nd Oct 2014, Bonn, Germany.
  7. S. Buis, K. Sreelash, M. Guerif M. Sekhar, L. Ruiz, Sat Kumar, Amit Sharma, F., Ruget. Estimation of multilayered soil properties by inversion of a crop model using surface soil moisture and LAI: evaluation on experimental datasets. 15th Annual Conference of the International Association for Mathematical Geosciences. Madrid, Spain, 2-6 September 2013.
  8. K. Sreelash, M. Sekhar, L. Ruiz, Sat Kumar, S. Bandyopadhyay, S. Buis, M. Guerif, P. Durand, C. Gascuel-Odoux. Estimation of multilayered soil properties using agro-hydrological models and microwave remote sensing. Second international conference on Hydropedology, Leipzig, Germany, (2012).
  9. K. Sreelash, M. Sekhar, L. Ruiz, Sat Kumar, S. Bandyopadhyay, S. Buis, M. Guerif, P. Durand, Chantal Gascuel-Odoux (2012). Quantifying Uncertainty in Estimation of Potential Recharge in Tropical and Temperate Catchments using a Crop Model and Microwave Remote Sensing. AGU fall meeting San Francisco 3 – 7 Dec. (2012).
  10. K. Sreelash, M. Sekhar, L. Ruiz, Sat Kumar, S. Bandyopadhyay, C. Gascuel-Odoux. (2012). Agro-hydrological models combined with microwave remote sensing data for improved management of groundwater irrigation. Fifth International Groundwater Conference, Aurangabad, India.
  11. Sat Kumar Tomer, K. Sreelash, Muddu Sekhar, Laurent Ruiz, and Chantal Gascuel-Odoux. (2011). Coupling agricultural and hydrological models for improved management of groundwater irrigation under climate change. Vol. 13, EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria.
  12. K. Sreelash, Merin Mathew, Micky Mathew and Padmalal D. Changes in the characteristics of surface-subsurface water interactions in humid and semi-arid tropics. Presented in the ‘III Indian National Groundwater Conference (INGWC -2020)’ during 18th to 20th Feb, 2020 at CWRDM, Calicut.
  13. K. Sreelash, Arulbalaji P and Padmalal D. 2019. “Kerala Flood-2018: Hydroclimatic issues and Modelling” at the FIGA conference, NGRI, Hyderabad, during 15 and 16th October, 2019.
  14. Merin Mariam Mathew, Micky Mathew and K Sreelash, (2019), Acceleration of Hydrological Cycle: Evidences from The River Basins of Kerala. Poster presented at the National seminar on ‘Surface water and groundwater resources of Kerala: Management Issues, Policies, Future Strategies’ held at Department of Geology, University of Kerala on 15t March, 2019.
  15. Vipin T Raj, Gayathri J A., K. Sreelash, Sajan K. and Padmalal D. (2019). Solute transport through the rivers draining Silent Valley and adjoining regions of Southern Western Ghats, India. 31st Kerala Science Congress, 2 -3 February, 2019, Kollam, Kerala.
  16. Gayathri J A., Maya K, K. Sreelash, and Padmalal D. (2019). Major Ion Concentration in the Groundwater Sources of Bhavani River Basin (Kerala) - Its Implications on Silicate Weathering. 31st Kerala Science Congress, 2 -3 February, 2019, Kollam, Kerala.
  17. Anu S Patil, K. Varija, K. Sreelash and Merin Mariam Mathew (2018). Understanding the surface-subsurface water interactions in a tropical river basin. Presented in HYDRO-2018, held at NIT Patna during 19-21 Dec, 2018.
  18. Vipin T Raj, K. Sreelash, Sajan K. and Padmalal D. (2018). Major ion chemistry and sediment transport of Bhavani river, Kerala, SW India. 28th Swadeshi Science Congress. National seminar. 7 to 9th November. CSIR- National Institute for Interdisciplinary Science and Technology (NIIST).
  19. Gayathri J A., Maya K, K. Sreelash, and Padmalal D. (2018). Hydrochemical Assessment of groundwater in Bhavani River basin.28th Swadeshi Science Congress,7-9 Nov 2018, CSIR- National Institute for Interdisciplinary Science and Technology (NIIST).
  20. K. Sreelash, (2018). Improving the estimation of soil water fluxes using agro-hydrological model inversion for effective irrigation water management. Poster presented in the India International Science Festival-2018.
  21. K. Sreelash. Hydrological response of river basins to climate changes: A study from Kerala, SW India. 29th Kerala Science Congress, 28-30 Jan, 2017, Thiruvalla, Kerala.
  22. K Sreelash and Rajat Kumar Sharma. Hydroclimatic trends in Periyar and Netravati river basins, South West India: Implications on sustainable river basin management. 26th Swadeshi Science Congress, 7 – 9 Nov, 2016, CMFRI, Kochi.
  23. K Sreelash K, Rajat Kumar Sharma Gayathri J A, and Vipin T Raj. Effect of changes in the land surface and precipitation on the hydrology of small catchment rivers of southern Western Ghats, India. Conference Proceedings of 7th International Ground Water Conference (IGWC – 2017), New Delhi during 10 to 13th December 2017.
  24. K Sreelash, Rajat Kumar Sharma and Padmalal Damodharan. Tracing the natural and anthropogenic stressors on Hydrological Characteristics of river basins: A case study of rivers draining the southern Western Ghats, India. International Conference on the Status and Future of the World's Large Rivers, 18-21 April, 2017, New Delhi.
  25. K. Sreelash, S. Buis, M. Guerif, M. Sekhar, and L Ruiz. Quantifying the uncertainties in the estimation of multilayered soil hydraulic properties at a catchment scale. TERENO International Conference, From observation to Prediction in terrestrial systems, 29 sep to 2nd Oct 2014, Lepzig, Germany.
  26. S. Buis, K. Sreelash, M. Guerif M. Sekhar, L. Ruiz, Sat Kumar, Amit Sharma, F., Ruget. Estimation of multilayered soil properties by inversion of a crop model using surface soil moisture and LAI: evaluation on experimental datasets. 15th Annual Conference of the International Association for Mathematical Geosciences. Madrid, Spain, 2-6 September 2013.
  27. K. Sreelash, M. Sekhar, L. Ruiz, Sat Kumar, S. Bandyopadhyay, S. Buis, M. Guerif, P. Durand, C. Gascuel-Odoux. Estimation of multilayered soil properties using agro-hydrological models and microwave remote sensing. Second international conference on Hydropedology, Leipzig, Germany, (2012).
  28. K. Sreelash, M. Sekhar, L. Ruiz, Sat Kumar, S. Bandyopadhyay, S. Buis, M. Guerif, P. Durand, Chantal Gascuel-Odoux (2012). Quantifying Uncertainty in Estimation of Potential Recharge in Tropical and Temperate Catchments using a Crop Model and Microwave Remote Sensing. AGU fall meeting San Francisco 3 – 7 Dec. (2012).
  29. K. Sreelash, M. Sekhar, L. Ruiz, Sat Kumar, S. Bandyopadhyay, C. Gascuel-Odoux. Agro-hydrological models combined with microwave remote sensing data for improved management of groundwater irrigation. Fifth International Groundwater Conference, Aurangabad, India (2012).
  30. Sat Kumar Tomer, K. Sreelash,, Muddu Sekhar, Laurent Ruiz, and Chantal Gascuel-Odoux. Coupling agricultural and hydrological models for improved management of groundwater irrigation under climate change. Vol. 13, EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, 2011.

Project Reports:

  1. Hydrological Response of River Basins to Climate Changes: A Study from Kerala, India. Interim Report submitted to KSCSTE. Aug-2020. 40p.
  2. Assessment of the quality of river bed materials collected from Pamba river at Pamba-Triveni during Kerala Flood-2018. Report submitted to Chief Conservator of Forests, Southern Circle, Kollam, May- 2020, 27p.
  3. Assessment of sand and gravel deposit in Pamba-Triveni and adjoining areas. Report submitted to The Principal Chief Conservator of Forest and Head of Forest Force, Kerala by National Centre for Earth Science Studies, Thiruvananthapuram. May -2019, 38p.