Groundwater characterization of urban and peri-urban phreatic aquifers using integrated application of hydrogeological and isotopic techniques.
Geographic Information System (GIS) and Remote sensing application in suitability and vulnerability assessment of water resource (both surface water and groundwater).
Application of advanced Multi-Criteria Decision Making techniques in various environmental components.
Advance Geospatial techniques in Geo-Database management for Sustainable development and management of Natural Resources.
Contributions to Teaching :
Assistant Professor (On contract basis): 11th July 2019- Continuing Department of Environmental Studies. Kannur University, Mangattuparamba Campus
Subjects for teaching: Application of Remote sensing and Geographic Information system. Environmental Chemistry Environmental Physical System
Jesiya, N. P & Gopinath, G. (2019). A Customized FuzzyAHP - GIS based DRASTIC-L model for intrinsic groundwater vulnerability assessment of urban and peri urban phreatic aquifer clusters. Groundwater for Sustainable Development, 8, pp 654-666.
Jesiya, N. P & Gopinath, G. (2019). Groundwater suitability zonation with synchronized GIS and MCDM approach for urban and peri-urban phreatic aquifer ensemble of southern India. Urban Water Journal, 15(8), pp 801-811.
Bhadran, A., Vijesh, V. K., Gopinath, G., Girishbai, D., Jesiya, N. P., & Thrivikramji, K. P. (2018). Morpho-hypsometric evolution of the Karuvannur River Basin, a tropical river in central Kerala, southwestern peninsular India. Arabian Journal of Geosciences, 11(15), p430.
Swetha, T. V., Gopinath, G., Thrivikramji K. P., & Jesiya, N. P. (2017). Geospatial and MCDM tool mix for identification of potential groundwater prospects in a tropical river basin, Kerala. Environmental Earth Sciences, 76(12), p428.
Girish, G., Ambili, G.K., Jesiya, N.P., & Lemoon, K. (2016) Hydro-hypsometric analysis of tropical river basins, Southwest Coast of India using geospatial technology. Journal of Mountain Science, 13(5), pp 939–946.
Jesiya, N. P & Gopinath, G. (2015) Delineation of Groundwater Potential Zones in selected Urban and Peri-Urban Clusters of Kozhikode District, Kerala, India. International Journal of Earth Sciences and Engineering (IJEE), 8(02), pp391-396.
Amal, P. S., Jesiya, N. P.,& Gopinath, G. (2016). Groundwater Prospects Mapping in Korapuzha River basin, Kerala, India - An Integrated Approach using Multicriteria Decision Making and GIS Techniques. International Journal of Earth Sciences and Engineering, 9(03). pp 366-372.
Jesiya, N. P & Gopinath, G. (2019) FAHP - GIS based DRASTIC model for groundwater vulnerability assessment of a coastal urban Aquifer. Indian Cartographer, 38.(In Press)
Girish Gopinath & Jesiya, N. P (2016). An integrated study with MCDM and GIS techniques For groundwater prospecting in a tropical river basin, Northern Kerala, India, In. Proceedings of International Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources and Coastal Engineering (Hydro2016).
Girish Gopinath., Asitha, M. K ., & Jesiya N P. (2014). A geospatial approach for the demarcation of Groundwater Prospect Zones in a Tropical River Basin, Kerala, India, In. Proceedings of 4th International Conference on Hydrology and Watershed Management (2014),Allied Publishers Pvt Ltd, 1, pp 189-196, ISBN: 978-81-8424-952-1.
Adarsh P Cherugad, Jesiya N P and Girish Gopinath (2014) An integrated approach to demarcate groundwater prospect zones in an urban environment – A Case study of Kozhikode Corporation, Kerala, India, In. Proceedings of 4th International Conference on Hydrology and Watershed Management (2014),Allied Publishers Pvt Ltd, Vol. 1., pp 182-188, ISBN: 978-81-8424-952-1