MANGALA JAYRATHNE

Senior Lecturer
BA Hons (Kelaniya), MSc GIS & RS (J'pura)        

Contract Details
Phone: +94 (0)715524646, +94 (0) 112903916

E-mail: mangala7@kln.ac.lk and mdmawodanu@gmail.com

 

  • Area of specialization : Biogeography, Hydrology, GIS & Remote sensing,  Environment Management and Conservation and EIA

 

  • Research Interest :Natural Resource Management and conservation and Geographical Information System (GIS) & Remote Sensing application

 

Research gate Link : https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Mangala_Jayarathne2

 

Google Scholar link: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=t7HYbTYAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=sra

 
                           : https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=VFjZFcgAAAAJ&hl=en

Publication     :

  • Books

Thethbim parisara paddathi ha jaiwwiwidathwaya” ISBN- 978-955-54781-1-3, author publication, 2012

 

  • Research

Full papers

Identification of the threat of invasive alien terrestrial flora species in the Bellanvila - Attidiya sanctuary of Sri Lanka, National Symposium on Invasive Alien Species (IAS) 2016

 

Victoria Reservoir, in 'Diyawara', to be publishing by the Mahaweli Authority of Sri Lanka, 2015

 

Disaster Risk Reduction plan in Pallimunei East GN Division(Mannar District), Developed by Disaster Management Center With The Support of United Nations Development Programme and United Nation office for The Humanitarian Affairs with the Financial Support of the Government of Australia.

 

Disaster Risk Reduction plan in Uppukulam South GN Division(Mannar District), Developed by Disaster Management Center With The Support of United Nations Development Programme and United Nation office for The Humanitarian Affairs with the Financial Support of the Government of Australia.

 

Disaster Risk Reduction plan in Emilnagar GN Division(Mannar District), Developed by Disaster Management Center With The Support of United Nations Development Programme and United Nation office for The Humanitarian Affairs  with the Financial Support of the Government of Australia.

 

Disaster Risk Reduction plan in Maruthamadu GN Division(Mannar District), Developed by Disaster Management Center With The Support of United Nations Development Programme and United Nation office for The Humanitarian Affairs  with the Financial Support of the Government of Australia.

 

Disaster Risk Reduction plan in Chilawathurei GN Division(Mannar District), Developed by Disaster Management Center With The Support of United Nations Development Programme and United Nation office for The Humanitarian Affairs with the Financial Support of the Government of Australia

 

Disaster Risk Reduction plan in Thomaspuri GN Division(Mannar District), Developed by Disaster Management Center With The Support of United Nations Development Programme and United Nation office for The Humanitarian Affairs with the Financial Support of the Government of Australia.

 

Disaster Risk Reduction plan in Vankalai East GN Division(Mannar District), Developed by Disaster Management Center With The Support of United Nations Development Programme and United Nation office for The Humanitarian Affairs with the Financial Support of the Government of Australia.

 

Disaster Risk Reduction plan in Wankalai West GN Division(Mannar District), Developed by Disaster Management Center With The Support of United Nations Development Programme and United Nation office for The Humanitarian Affairs with the Financial Support of the Government of Australia.

 

Disaster Risk Reduction plan in Maruthamadhu GN Division(Mannar District), Developed by Disaster Management Center With The Support of United Nations Development Programme and United Nation office for The Humanitarian Affairs with the Financial Support of the Government of Australia.

 

 

Abstract

International
Spatial Changes of Water Pollution in the Upper Stream of the Polgolla Reservoir Catchment” 3rd International Conference, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Kelaniya, 2016

 

Shallow lake ecological systems help towards the development the economic and  social background of men, The Case Study in ManampitiyaVillu”,iPPUES International Conference, University of Peradeniya, 2014

 

Effect of Physical and Human Factors Affecting Marine Environment and Coral Reefs, The Study of the Galle Coastal Area, 2nd International Conference, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Kelaniya, 2013


National


Identification of the threat of invasive alien terrestrial flora species in the Bellanvila - Attidiya sanctuary of Sri Lanka, National Symposium on Invasive Alien Species (IAS) –2017 Waters Edge, Battaramulla, Sri Lanka.

 

Relationship between Traditional Communities and Knuckles Reserve, With Reference to Meemure Village”, 1st Research Symposium, Department of Archaeology and Heritage Management, Rajarata University of Sri Lanka, 2013

 

The Human Impact to the Biodiversity of Wetland Ecosystems in the Bolgoda Lake, the Case in Moratuwa Divisional Secretariat Division”, The 5th National Geography Conference, Department of Geography, University of Kelaniya,2012.

Ongoing Research

 

Timely and Spatial Variation of Physical Properties in Freshwater Wetland of Kiribathgoda Semi Urban Area using ArcGIS

 

Analysis of Mangrove distribution pattern in MalwathuOya outfall and current threats

 

Geographical dispersal pattern of invasive alliance species (mimosa pigra) and adaptation in climatic zone;The Case study in Central Province of Sri Lanka

 

Preparation of Wetland Management Strategy for KaluOya and Mudun Ela Basing, Socio-Economics Survey for Wetland

 

 

Member Ship

  • Member of Young Research Forum (YRF) university of Peradheniya
  • A life Member Geographic Information System Professional Association (GISPA)

 

 

CONTACT US

Department of Geography

University of Kelaniya, Kelaniya 11600,

Sri Lanka

+094 (112) 903 920

geographykln@gmail.com

                                                        

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