Ratamali Machahary

Assistant Professor, Department of Applied Geology
  • Department of Applied Geology
  • Designation - Assistant Professor

Profile

Education:

  1. Bachelor’s Degree: Cotton College, Assam
  2. Master’s Degree: Gauhati University, Assam
  3. Ph.D.: Gauhati University, Assam
  4. Other: Awarded as JRF by CSIR-UGC NET, December 2011

Professional Experience:

  • Assistant professor at Department of Applied Geology, Dibrugarh University (2014 to present)
  • Worked as a Project Assistant in the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) project.
  • Worked as JRF in the DST sponsored project “Quaternary Geological Investigation in Jia Bharali River Catchment of North Brahmaputra Plain, Assam: Implication for sedimentation, neotectonics and groundwater”
  • Worked as a Project fellow against the Project “Geological mapping/modeling in block: mz-onn-2004/1/ (Mizoram)”sponsored by Oil India Limited, Duliajan
  • Part-time Project Fellow against the Project “Ragiv Ghandhi National Drinking Water Mission, Phase III” sponsored by NRSC
  • Part-time Project Fellow against the Project “NRC- LULC-50K” sponsored by Dept. of Space, Govt. of India

Areas of Interest/ Specialization: Geomorphology, Remote sensing and GIS

Subject taught:

  • M.Sc. Applied Geology: Geomorphology, Remote sensing and GIS, Fluvial Geomorphology
  • M.Tech. Exploration Geophysics: Elements of GIS

Training and Workshop attainted:Training and Workshop attainted:

  1. Completed Orientation Programme (OP-118) with grade A, organized by University Grants Commission, Human Resource Development Centre, Gauhati University, Guwahati  from 15-12-2018 to 11-01-2019.
  2. One day dissemination workshop on “Morphological studies of rivers Brahmaputra, Subansiri and Pagladiya using remote sensing technique” organized by Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati on 3rd May 2019.
  3. Two day “Conclave on the Brahmaputra River basin” organized by Gauhati University in collaboration with the North Eastern Council, Govt. of India at Gauhati University, Guwahati on 12-13  February 2018.
  4. One week workshop on “Geoinformatics in Geology-2” organized  by Department of Geological Sciences, Gauhati University, Guwahati  on 05-10 December 2016.
  5. Regional workshop for Young Earth Scientist on “Tectonics, Sedimentation and Geo-Hazards with Special reference to North East India” conducted by Department of Geology, Nagaland University, Kohima Campus, Kohima from 16th to 21st November 2015.
  6. 2 day workshop on Polsar Remote Sensing & Multi-modal RADAR  organized by Joint ECT-IEEE GRSS Kolkata Chapter in the Department of Electronics and Communication Technology, Gauhati University on 21st – 22nd December 2012.
  7. DST sponsored 5 days training course on Hands on training course on Magnetostratighaphy  at Department of Geology, Mizoram University, Mizoram, 1st - 5th October 2012.
  8. 2 days workshop on Use of interprex 1-D VES data interpretation software and electrical tomography in the department of Applied Geology, Dibrugarh University, Assam on 26th - 27th April, 2012.
  9. 21 days UGC sponsored Ph.D. scholar program at Academic Staff College, Gauhati University, Assam, during 12th September  to 2nd October 2011
  10. DST sponsored 5 days training course on Magnetostratigraphy and Palaeomagnetism at Department of Geology, Mizoram University, Mizoram, during 28th March to 1st April, 2011
  11. “Training on Radon Emanometry” organized by AMD Hyderabad on 17th to 21st January 2011 under the IGCP-571 programme focusing on principles of Radio activity and Radon detection measurement techniques  with a two day field work at Koppunuru area, Guntue District, Andhra Pradesh
  12. 21 days DST sponsored Winter School on Neogene palaeobiology, sedimentology and stratigraphy of the NE Region, 9th-29th March 2010 at Mizoram University, Mizoram
  13. Short term Industrial Training from 19th - 31st  January 2009 at Research and Development Department and Geology and Reservoir Department of Oil India Limited, Duliajan, Assam
  14. Basic training course on “Remote Sensing, GIS and GPS” from Indian Institute of Remote Sensing through EDUSAT based training from 19th September to 3rd December 2007.

Publications

Research Publications:

  1. Machahary, Ratamali, 2019, Bank erosion and bankline migration of part of the Brahmaputra River from Guwahati o Jogighopa, Assam, India, Reflection, Purbayon publications, pp75-81 (ISBN: 978-93-88593-16-8)
  2. Machahary, Ratamali and Phukon, p., 2017, Analysis of erosion vulnerability of an alluvial segment of the Brahmaputra river between Disangmukh and Dhansirimukh, Assam, Journal of  Indian Geological Congress, pp45-52 ( ISSN 2229-435X) Phukon, P. And Machahary, Ratamali, 2012, River variability analysis in parts of North Brahmaputra Plain, Assam: A remote sensing and GIS approach,  proceeding of National Seminar of Geospatial solutions for resource conservation and management 2012, pp 245-250
  3. Machahary, Ratamali, Mikir, Sukanya and Phukon, P., 2012, Spaio-temporal variability of the Brahmaputra river between Saraighat bridge and Palasbari, Assam: An appraisal based on remote sensing data and GIS, Proceedings of National conference of hydrology and water quality management 2012, pp 369-376 (ISBN 978-81-927242-0-1)
  4. Phukon, P. and Machahary, Ratamali, 2011, Erosional vulnerability of the Brahmaputra river between Dibrugarh and Dhola, Assam, A remote sensing and GIS based study, Insignia Vol. III, Journal of Society of Petroleum Geophysicist,  Duliajan Chapter, pp 9-11
  5. Phukon, P. and Machahary, Ratamali, 2011, Bankline migration of the Jiabharali river, North Brahmaputra Plain, Assam, Memoir of the Geological Society of India, No.77, pp 547-557 (ISBN 978-81-907636-2-2)
Profile

Profile

Education:

  1. Bachelor’s Degree: Cotton College, Assam
  2. Master’s Degree: Gauhati University, Assam
  3. Ph.D.: Gauhati University, Assam
  4. Other: Awarded as JRF by CSIR-UGC NET, December 2011

Professional Experience:

  • Assistant professor at Department of Applied Geology, Dibrugarh University (2014 to present)
  • Worked as a Project Assistant in the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) project.
  • Worked as JRF in the DST sponsored project “Quaternary Geological Investigation in Jia Bharali River Catchment of North Brahmaputra Plain, Assam: Implication for sedimentation, neotectonics and groundwater”
  • Worked as a Project fellow against the Project “Geological mapping/modeling in block: mz-onn-2004/1/ (Mizoram)”sponsored by Oil India Limited, Duliajan
  • Part-time Project Fellow against the Project “Ragiv Ghandhi National Drinking Water Mission, Phase III” sponsored by NRSC
  • Part-time Project Fellow against the Project “NRC- LULC-50K” sponsored by Dept. of Space, Govt. of India

Areas of Interest/ Specialization: Geomorphology, Remote sensing and GIS

Subject taught:

  • M.Sc. Applied Geology: Geomorphology, Remote sensing and GIS, Fluvial Geomorphology
  • M.Tech. Exploration Geophysics: Elements of GIS

Training and Workshop attainted:Training and Workshop attainted:

  1. Completed Orientation Programme (OP-118) with grade A, organized by University Grants Commission, Human Resource Development Centre, Gauhati University, Guwahati  from 15-12-2018 to 11-01-2019.
  2. One day dissemination workshop on “Morphological studies of rivers Brahmaputra, Subansiri and Pagladiya using remote sensing technique” organized by Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati on 3rd May 2019.
  3. Two day “Conclave on the Brahmaputra River basin” organized by Gauhati University in collaboration with the North Eastern Council, Govt. of India at Gauhati University, Guwahati on 12-13  February 2018.
  4. One week workshop on “Geoinformatics in Geology-2” organized  by Department of Geological Sciences, Gauhati University, Guwahati  on 05-10 December 2016.
  5. Regional workshop for Young Earth Scientist on “Tectonics, Sedimentation and Geo-Hazards with Special reference to North East India” conducted by Department of Geology, Nagaland University, Kohima Campus, Kohima from 16th to 21st November 2015.
  6. 2 day workshop on Polsar Remote Sensing & Multi-modal RADAR  organized by Joint ECT-IEEE GRSS Kolkata Chapter in the Department of Electronics and Communication Technology, Gauhati University on 21st – 22nd December 2012.
  7. DST sponsored 5 days training course on Hands on training course on Magnetostratighaphy  at Department of Geology, Mizoram University, Mizoram, 1st - 5th October 2012.
  8. 2 days workshop on Use of interprex 1-D VES data interpretation software and electrical tomography in the department of Applied Geology, Dibrugarh University, Assam on 26th - 27th April, 2012.
  9. 21 days UGC sponsored Ph.D. scholar program at Academic Staff College, Gauhati University, Assam, during 12th September  to 2nd October 2011
  10. DST sponsored 5 days training course on Magnetostratigraphy and Palaeomagnetism at Department of Geology, Mizoram University, Mizoram, during 28th March to 1st April, 2011
  11. “Training on Radon Emanometry” organized by AMD Hyderabad on 17th to 21st January 2011 under the IGCP-571 programme focusing on principles of Radio activity and Radon detection measurement techniques  with a two day field work at Koppunuru area, Guntue District, Andhra Pradesh
  12. 21 days DST sponsored Winter School on Neogene palaeobiology, sedimentology and stratigraphy of the NE Region, 9th-29th March 2010 at Mizoram University, Mizoram
  13. Short term Industrial Training from 19th - 31st  January 2009 at Research and Development Department and Geology and Reservoir Department of Oil India Limited, Duliajan, Assam
  14. Basic training course on “Remote Sensing, GIS and GPS” from Indian Institute of Remote Sensing through EDUSAT based training from 19th September to 3rd December 2007.
Publications

Publications

 

Research Publications:

  1. Machahary, Ratamali, 2019, Bank erosion and bankline migration of part of the Brahmaputra River from Guwahati o Jogighopa, Assam, India, Reflection, Purbayon publications, pp75-81 (ISBN: 978-93-88593-16-8)
  2. Machahary, Ratamali and Phukon, p., 2017, Analysis of erosion vulnerability of an alluvial segment of the Brahmaputra river between Disangmukh and Dhansirimukh, Assam, Journal of  Indian Geological Congress, pp45-52 ( ISSN 2229-435X) Phukon, P. And Machahary, Ratamali, 2012, River variability analysis in parts of North Brahmaputra Plain, Assam: A remote sensing and GIS approach,  proceeding of National Seminar of Geospatial solutions for resource conservation and management 2012, pp 245-250
  3. Machahary, Ratamali, Mikir, Sukanya and Phukon, P., 2012, Spaio-temporal variability of the Brahmaputra river between Saraighat bridge and Palasbari, Assam: An appraisal based on remote sensing data and GIS, Proceedings of National conference of hydrology and water quality management 2012, pp 369-376 (ISBN 978-81-927242-0-1)
  4. Phukon, P. and Machahary, Ratamali, 2011, Erosional vulnerability of the Brahmaputra river between Dibrugarh and Dhola, Assam, A remote sensing and GIS based study, Insignia Vol. III, Journal of Society of Petroleum Geophysicist,  Duliajan Chapter, pp 9-11
  5. Phukon, P. and Machahary, Ratamali, 2011, Bankline migration of the Jiabharali river, North Brahmaputra Plain, Assam, Memoir of the Geological Society of India, No.77, pp 547-557 (ISBN 978-81-907636-2-2)
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