An economic assessment of fish and prawn health management in Andhra Pradesh. Viswanatha, B.S., Bhatta, R. and Shankar, K.M. Agricultural Economics Research Review, 27(347-2016-17119), p.83. Abstract :
The State of Subsidies: Small scale Fisher Perceptions on Subsidies in Karnataka India. John Sajan, A. Jagadish, Ramachandra Bhatta, A. Sridhar Asian Fisheries Science, 27, pp.45-60. Abstract :
Trade-offs between Land Rights and Economic Growth: A Case Study of Coastal Karnataka. Bhatta, R. Journal of Land and Rural Studies, 1(2), 229–243, https://doi.org/10.1177/2321024913513387. Abstract :
User-based Financing of Environmental Conservation of the Maldivian Atolls: An Application of the Travel Cost Model. Bhat, M.G., Bhatta, R. and Shumais, M. Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, Working Paper, No 57 – 11, DOI 10.1007/s10018-013-0070-x. Abstract :
Relationship of socioeconomic parameters in coastal litigations of coastal states of India. Devaraj Asir Ramesh., Arumugam Senthil Vel., Tapas Paul., and Vivek Wadekar. International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Volume 2(6), pp.27-32. Abstract :
Conferences and Workshops (National/ International)
2nd National Dialogue on Evaluation of Ecosystem Services in Coastal and Marine Protected Areas. Tirupathi, 16th July 2018.
National dialogue on Evaluation of Coastal and Marine Ecosystem Services in India. NCSCM Chennai, 11th June 2018.
Scoping Workshop on Mapping of Socio-economic Vulnerability. NCSCM Chennai, 9th to 10th September 2016.
Frame works for livelihood and holistic village development studies. NCSCM, Chennai, 3rd June 2016.
Assessment of climate change associated risks and vulnerabilities in the city of Kolkata, National Seminar on Past and Present Geochemical Processes – Impacts on Climate Change, Priya, P., Priya Narayanan., Asir Ramesh., Purvaja Ramachandran and Ramesh Ramachandran, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, 22nd -23rd December 2015.
Workshop on Community Partnership in Mapping of Fishing Space. NCSCM Chennai, 11 July 2014.
Fishing Space Stakeholder Workshop, Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu, 17th February 2014.
Linking Coastal Zone Management to Ecosystem Services in India. NCSCM, Chennai, 29th January 2014.
Social Well Being and Marine Conservation Trade-offs - Insights from the Gulf of Mannar Biosphere Reserve India, International conference on "Small-Scale Fisheries Governance: Development for Wellbeing and Sustainability", Centre for Economic and Social Studies (CESS), Hyderabad, Ramachandra Bhatta & Priya Rajeev, 10- 13th December 2013.
An Assessment Of Accessibility And Governance Of Coastal Space By The Traditional Fishers, Seventh Biennial Conference of The Indian Society for Ecological Economics (INSEE), Tezpur University, Assam. Priya Rajeev, S Rajakumari and Ramachandra Bhatta, 2013.
Studies on Education and Skill Development of Coastal Fishing Community for Sustainable Livelihood. Devaraj Asir Ramesh, Priya Narayanan, Karthi, Priya Rajeev, Arumugam Senthil Vel, S.V. Reddy and Ramesh Ramachandran. In Sustainable Development through Education, p. 146-160.
Decentralised Planning for Sustainable Livelihoods of fishermen: A study of two fishing villages of Tamil Nadu. Devaraj Asir Ramesh, Priya P, Priya Narayanan, Karthi, N. Arumugam Senthil Vel, and Ramesh Ramachandran. In Dr. Gyanmudra& M Sarumathy (Ed)., The New Rural Paradigm: Policies and Governance, p. 169-184.
Impact of Land Use / Land Cover Changes on Physical Space for Fishers in Kanyakumari Coast, India. Parasuram, P., Rajakumari, S. and Bhatta, R. In Global Change, Ecosystems, Sustainability: Theory, Methods, Practice, p.190.
Economic Valuation of Wetland Ecosystem Goods and Services. Naren Pasupalati., Megha Nath., Abhijit Sharan., Priya Narayanan., Ramachandra Bhatta., Ramesh Ramachandran and Purvaja Ramachandran In Wetland Science. Springer, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-81-322-3715-0_14.
Guidelines and resource manual for decentralized micro planning in coastal fishing villages
A report on socioeconomic profile of households in fishing villages of India - A gender perspective.
Field assessment of the coastal fishermen livelihoods and effects of climate change on livelihoods of fisher folk, Malappuram District, Kerala
Assessment of coastal and marine ecosystem goods and services – linking coastal zone management to ecosystem services in India. draft report (Mangrove, Corals, Seagrass, Salt Marsh, Horseshoe crab habitat, Turtle Nesting Sites, Nesting grounds of birds, Sand Dune and Mudflat)
Ecosystem Assessment of Coringa Wildlife Sanctuary Mangroves, Andhra Pradesh
Other publications / Abstracts
Gender audit for Gender Mainstreaming of Coastal and Marine Fishing Community in India. Journal of Equality Diversity and Inclusion (2018).
Education and skill development for coastal fishing community for sustainable livelihood. Devaraj Asir Ramesh., Priya Narayanan., Karthi, N., Priya, P., Arumugam Senthil Vel., S.V. Reddy and Ramesh Ramachandran., (2016)