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Dr. Joseph E J

Executive Director (i/c) & Senior Principal Scientist, Head, ED's Secretariat Division , Water Management (Agri.) Division

Office No 0495-2351846
Mobile 9446521478
Email jej@cwrdm.org

Ongoing Projects

Completed Projects

Publications

Journal Papers
    • Surendran U, Sushanth C M, George Mammen and Joseph E J (2015). Modelling the crop water requirement using FAO-CROPWAT and assessment of water resources for sustainable water resource management: A case study in Palakkad district of humid tropical Kerala, India. Aquatic Proceedia 4: 1211-1219.
    • Surendran U, Sushanth C M, George Mammen and Joseph E J (2014). Modeling the impacts of increase in temperature on irrigation water requirements in Palakkad district – a case study in humid tropical Kerala. Journal of Water and Climate Change,5(3): 471-487, DOI:10.2166/wcc.2014.108.
    • Surendran U, Lintu Maria C and Joseph E J (2013). Rainfall, Runoff, Soil and Nutrient Loss Relationships Under Cassava+ Pineapple Strip Cropping in Humid Tropical Kerala, India. Journal of Root Crops, 39 (1) : 37-41.
    • Surendran U, Sandeep O, George Mammen and Joseph E J (2013). A Novel technique of magnetic treatment of saline and hard water for irrigation and its impact on cow pea growth and water properties. International Journal of Agriculture, Environment and Biotechnology, 6 (1) : 85-92.
Conference Proceedings
    • Lintu Maria C, Surendran U, and Joseph E J (2015). Modeling based nutrient recommendation using NUTMON – toolbox for sustenance of soil fertility in humid tropical Kerala. In: Proc. of 27th Kerala Science Congress. Alappuzha.
    • Surendran U, Shijil C, Bujair V and Joseph E J (2015). Carbon Sequestration of Different Organic Amendments in Humid Tropical Soils of Kerala In: Proc. of National Seminar on Soil Resilience – 2015. Tamil Nadu Agricultural University.
    • Surendran U, Lintu Maria C, Sundararajan V and Joseph E J (2014). Modeling based fertilizer prescription using NUTMON –Toolbox and DSSIFER for soils of Humid Tropical Kerala, India. In: Proc. of International Symposium on New Dimensions in Agro meteorology of Sustainable Agriculture. Pant Nagar, p 141.
    • Surendran U, Lintu Maria C, Sundararajan V and Joseph E J (2014). Soil properties changes as influenced by erosion in humid tropical Kerala, India. In Proc. of International Conference on Environmental Earth Sciences : Accomplishments, Plans and Challenges, 101-102. University of Madras, Chennai.
    • Surendran U, Sushanth C M, George Mammen, and Joseph E J (2014). “Crop Water Requirement Using FAO-CROPWAT Model and Assessment of Water Resources for Sustainable Water Resource Management in Kozhikode District of Humid Tropical Kerala, India, Proceedings of International Symposium on Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM-2014) , February 19-21,2014,Vol.2, pp 894-902, ISBN:978-81-8424-906-4.
    • Lintu Maria C, Surendran U, and Joseph E J (2013). Influence of different levels of nutrients on soil erosion, nutrient loss and yield of tapioca in humid tropical Kerala” In : Proc of 23rd Swadeshi Science Congress held at Kottayam.
    • Surendran U and Joseph E J (2013). Estimation of effective rainfall by different methods for coconut in humid tropical Kerala. In Proc. of International Conference on Impact of Climate Change on Food, Energy and Environment, 137-140, Elsevier Publishers, Satyabama University, Chennai.
    • Surendran U, Lintu Maria C and Joseph E J (2013). Rainfall–runoff- soil and nutrient loss relationships for Cassava and Cassava pineapple strip cropping in humid tropical Kerala, India. In Proc. of International Conference on Tropical Roots and Tubers for Sustainable Livelihood under Changing Agro Climate, 111-112. CTCRI, Thiruvananthapuram.
    • Sandeep O, Surendran U, Geroge Mammen and Joseph E J (2012). ‘Impact of magnetic treatment of irrigation water on cowpea cv. Kanakamani’. Proceedings 24th Kerala Science Congress, January 2012, RRRI, Kottayam, Kerala: 40-42.
    • Surendran U, Sandeep O and Joseph E J (2012). Nutrient budgeting in brinjal for soils of humid tropics in Kerala, In Proc. of International Conference on sustainable Agriculture for Food and Livelihood security, Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana during Nov. 27-29, 2012.
    • Surendran U, Sushanth C M, George Mammen, and Joseph E J (2012). Modeling the impacts of probable climate change on water resource availability in Palakkad district – A case study in humid tropical Kerala. In: International meet on Climate Change on Water resources, Karunya University, Coimbatore.
    • Shamla Rasheed, Joseph E J, Babu Mathew et al (2010). ‘Effects of strip cropping of pineapple with ginger and turmeric on conservation of soil and water resources in Western Ghats region’ in Proceedings of the National seminar on ‘Soil, water and crop management for higher productivity of spices’ 11-12 February 2010. CWRDM Kozhikode. Pp 75-80.
    • Babu Mathew and Joseph E J ‘Agro-hydrological impact of watershed treatments in the Western Ghats region of Kerala – a case study of Chembankuzhy watershed’ National symposium on ‘Soil and water conservation measures and sustainable landuse systems’ 16-17 Nov.2002, ICAR Research Station, Goa
    • Joseph E J and Babu Mathew (2002) ‘Environmental sustainability of watersheds through Biodiversity conservation – a conceptual analysis’. National symposium on ‘Soil and water conservation measures and sustainable landuse systems’ 16-17 Nov.2002, ICAR Research Station, Goa.
    • Varadan K M, Babu Mathew and Joseph E J (1998). Watershed development for sustainable water availability for plantation crops in hilly terrains : a case analysis of Chembankuzhy watershed. Developments in plantation crops research, RRII, Kottayam, Kerala. Pp.150-156
    • Joseph E J, Unni P N, Venugopal M R, Nirmala E, Kamalam Joseph, Anitha A B, Nandeshwar M D & James E J “ Policy stataments for river basin plan, National workshop on water Quality Management for the 21st century, conducted by I G I D R., 1997
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