National Centre for Sustainable Coastal Management
Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change
Government of India

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We strive to promote sustainable coasts through increased partnerships, conservation practices, scientific research and knowledge management for the benefit and well being of current and future generations. more >>

Research


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    Delineation of Sediment cell for the east and west coasts of India

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    High resolution Erosion/Accretion mapping for the coast of India

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    Assessment of Coastal and Marine Ecosystem Goods and Service: Linking Coastal Zone Management to Ecosystem Services in India

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    Mapping of Fishing Space: Socioeconomic Impact of Coastal Land Use/Land Cover Changes on Fishers Livelihood in India

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    Delineation and Mapping of Ecologically Sensitive Areas and Critical Vulnerable Coastal Areas along the Coast of India

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    Development of Coastal and Marine Biodiversity Integration Network (CoMBINe)

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    Greenhouse gas emission inventory from Blue carbon ecosytems

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    Blue Carbon Stock Assessment

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    Carbon Sequestration in coastal ecosystems

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