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R. Mohanraj

R. Mohanraj

Dr. R. Mohanraj

Assistant Professor
Department of Environmental Management
Bhrathidasan University



Dr. R. Mohanraj is an Asst. Professor in Dept. of Environmental management, Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli, India. He holds Masters and PhD degree in Environmental sciences from Bharathiyar University Coimbatore. He had worked as a research fellow in Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Division of Salim Ali Centre for Ornithology and Natural History (Autonomous center of MoEF), Coimbatore from Jan1997 to April 2004. He had been involved in a number of EIA projects as an investigator addressing EIA Components viz. Aerosol chemistry, Air, water, and soil pollution, Environmental Health, Socio-economics, Statistical Analysis. His research interest lies in Environmental Impact and Risk Assessment, Ecological Assessments, Urban Air Pollution, Aerosol Chemistry, Hazardous waste management, Corporate Environmental Management and other research themes related to global climate change. He had received Young Scientist Fellowship from Department of Science and Technology (Government of India) during 2004. During 2012, he was awarded commonwealth Academic fellowship and visited University of Birmingham, U.K. In 2013, he was awarded UGC Postdoctoral Fellowship (under Singh-Obama research initiative) to visit Pennsylvania State University, USA for year. Dr. Mohanraj had published 50 research articles in peer reviewed international and Indian journals. He had authored and edited two books of Springer publications. He had presented more than 50 research and review papers in international and national level seminars /symposia/conferences including COP meetings.


Research Interest

Environmental and Ecological Impact Assessment, Particulate Air pollution, Environmental geochemistry, Environmental Management, Forest carbon dynamics and climate change.