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     Martin V Mathew

Ph.D. fromIIT Kharagpur - Centre for Oceans, Rivers, Atmosphere and Land Sciences (CORAL)
Supervisor(s)  Dr. C. Shaji, CORAL, IIT Kharagpur
Ph.D. status  Joined in 2009 :: Completed in 2016
AddressProject Scientist -1 Ocean Observation Systems National Institute of Ocean Technology Pallikaranai, Chennai,
Phone+91 9735308646
Formal Education
Exam / Degree Board / UnivBranchYear
M.Sc.S. B. College, Changanacherry, Mahathma Gandi University, Kottayam, Kerala.Physics2006

Research Areas
  • Physical mechanisms on seasonality and inter-annual variability of phytoplankton in Bay of Bengal
  • Marine biogeography
  • Numerical modeling of ocean circulation
  • Search and rescue planning
  • Climate

  • Software-- MATLAB, GrADS, SeaDAS
  • Programming Language-- FORTRAN, C

  • GATE 2008

Fellowships / Scholarships
  • IIT Kharagpur Institute Fellowship for pursuing PhD (2009-2015)

Papers Published in Journals
  • Interannual Variability of Sea Surface Temperature in the Arabian Sea by Shaji C., M. P. Sudev, and M. V. Martin book chapter in Climate Change and Island and Coastal Vulnerability, Edited Sundaresan et al., Springer Verlag, New York  53-76. (2013)
  • On the eastward shift of winter surface chlorophyll-a bloom peak in the Bay of Bengal by Martin M. V. and C. Shaji, Journal of Geophysical Research Oceans, 120, 2193-2211 (2015)
  • Assessment of climate variations in temperature and precipitation extreme events over Iran, by Soltani et al. (including M. V. Martin) Theor Appl Climatol, doi 10.1007/s00704-015-1609-5 (2015)
  • Climatology of Cyclones and Their Tracking over Southern Coasts of Caspian Sea, by M., M. Soltani, A. RanjbarSaadatAbadi, C.A. Babu, M. Sohrabi, and M.V. Martin, Int. J. Env. Res., 9(1),117-132. (2015)
  • Evaluation of the search and rescue LEEWAY model in the Tyrrhenian Sea a new point of view by Maio, A. D., Martin, M. V., and Sorgente, R. Natural Hazards and Earth System Science 16(8), 1979-1997 (2016)
  • Influence of environmental factors on macrofoulant assemblages on moored buoys in the eastern Arabian Sea by Martin M. V., R. Venkatesan, M. Beyline, V. P. Limna Mol, R. Kirubagaran and L. Divya PLOSone Under Review (2018)
  • Contrasting upper ocean response of two intense cyclones in Bay of Bengal by K.N. Navaneeth, M.V. Martin, K. Jossia Joseph and R. Venkatesan Deep Sea Research I. Under Review (2018)

Papers Presented at Conferences
  • Seasonality of Chlorophyll Concentrations at Various Local Regions in the Bay of Bengal by Martin M. V., and C. Shaji International Workshop on Biodiversity and Climate Change, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India . (2010)
  • Unusual Surface Chlorophyll-a Bloom in the Southwestern Bay of Bengal During Winter 2005 by Martin M. V., C. Shaji, Pan Ocean Remote Sensing Conference, Kochi, India November (2012)
  • On the variability of thermocline depth in the southwestern Bay of Bengal during Indian Ocean Dipole by Martin M. V. and C. Shaji The Climate Symposium, Darmstadt, Germany October (2014)
  • Influence of Island Mass Effect on Winter Chlorophyll-a bloom in the vicinity of Andaman-Nicobar Archipelago by Martin M. V., J. Kuttippurath and Arun Chakraborty 2016 Liege Colloquium, Belgium. I (2016)
  • Observational evidence of offshore transport of salt water and meandering of East India Coastal Current by Martin M. V., R. Venkatesan, Phanindra Reddy, K. Jossia Joseph and K.N. Navaneeth Pan Ocean Remote Sensing Conference, Fortaleza, Brazil accepted (2016)
  • Chlorophyll-a blooms in the northern Bay of Bengal driven by low-salinity plumes by Martin M. V., R. Venkatesan, K. Jossia Joseph, and K.N. Navaneeth OSICON-17, Thiruvananthapurm, India accepted (2017)

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