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Full Name
Imlirenla Jamir

Designation
Scientist

R&D Group
Hydrogeochemistry

Email
imlirenla@ngri.res.in

Specialization
Geohazards and Environment

  Academic Identity

Dr. Imlirenla Jamir completed her B.Sc. (Hons.) Geology in the year 2010 from Nagaland University (India) and M.Sc. (Geology) from University of Mysore, Karnataka (India) in the year 2012. During the years 2013-2018, she completed her Ph.D. on the problem of hillslope instability using GIS and numerical simulations in the NW Himalaya from Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology / Nagaland University.

Dr. Jamir worked as a research scientist in Northeast Space Application Centre (Dept. of Space, India) during the year 2019 and was involved in outreach training development programmes and susceptibility/vulnerability mapping of the Northeast India. During the year 2020, she worked as a GIS consultant in the Public Works Department, Nagaland (India) on the issues of road network planning for rural development (funded by the World Bank).

She joined the CSIR-NGRI, Hyderabad (India) in the year 2021 as a Scientist in the Hydrogeochemistry Group. At present, she is working on the hydrogeochemical aspects of groundwater in the Northeast India. She is exploring analytical methods and geospatial technologies to understand the spatio-temporal variation of the hydrogeochemical properties of groundwater.

  • M.Sc. (Hons.) Gold Medal (2012), University of Mysore, Karnataka, India
  • INSPIRE Fellowship (2013-2018), Dept. Science and Technology, Govt. of India
  • Young Geomorphologists Grant (2022), International Association of Geomorphologists, Portugal

  1. Jamir, M., Chang, C. N., Jamir, I., Thong, G. T., & Walling, T. 2022. Landslide susceptibility mapping of Noklak Town, Nagaland, North‐east India using bivariate statistical method. Geological Journal. IF: 2.13. https://doi.org/10.1002/gj.4595
  2. Kumar V., Jamir I., Gupta V., Bhasin R. K. 2021. Inferring potential landslide damming using slope stability, geomorphic constraints and run-out analysis; case study from the NW Himalaya. Earth Surface Dynamics. 9, 351–377. IF: 3.176
  3. Luirei K., Bhakuni S S, Longkumer L., Kumar V., Jamir I., Geomorphic assessment of the factors contributing to the evolution of landforms, Ukhaldhunga, Kosi River valley, Kumaun Himalaya. Geosciences Journal, 1-14. IF: 1.78
  4. Jamir I., Diwate P., Kumar V., Chauhan, G. S., 2020. Inferring Relationship of Landslides, Tectonics, and Climate: Tons Valley, NW Himalaya. In Singh, S. K., Kanga, S., & Mishra, V. N. (Ed.), Spatial Information Science for Natural Resource Management(pp. 169-179). IGI Global. (Chapter)
  5. Kumar V., Gupta V., Jamir I., and Chattoraj S L., 2019. Evaluation of Potential landslide damming of Satluj River; Case study of Urni landslide, Kinnaur, Northwest Himalaya. Geoscience Frontier, 10 (2), 753-767. Peer reviewed. IF: 4.160
  6. Jamir, I., Gupta, V., Thong, G.T. and Kumar, V., 2019. Litho-tectonic and precipitation implications on landslides, Yamuna valley, NW Himalaya. Physical Geography. 1-24. IF: 1.183
  7. Kumar V., Gupta V., and Jamir I., 2018. Hazard Evaluation of Progressive Pawari Landslide Zone, Kinnaur, Satluj Valley, Higher Himalaya, India. Natural Hazards, 93 (2), 1029-1047. Peer reviewed. IF: 2.319
  8. Jamir,I. , Gupta,V., Kumar,V., and Thong, G.T., 2017. Evaluation of potential surface instability using finite element method in Kharsali Village, Yamuna Valley, Northwest Himalaya. Journal of Mountain Science, 14(8), 1666-1676. Peer reviewed. IF: 1.423
  9. Gupta V., Jamir I., Kumar V., and Devi M., 2017. Geomechanical characterization of slopes for assessing rockfall hazards between Janki Chatti and Yamunotri Temple, Yamuna valley, Higher Himalaya, India. Himalayan Geology, 38(2), 156-170. Peer reviewed. IF: 0.41
  10. Gupta V., Nautiyal H., Kumar V., Jamir I., and Tandon R.S., 2016. Landslides hazards around Uttarkashi Township, Garhwal Himalaya, after the tragic flash flood in June, 2013. Natural Hazards, 80, 1689-1707. Peer reviewed. IF: 2.319

Dr. Jamir worked as a research scientist in Northeast Space Application Centre (Dept. of Space, India) during the year 2019 and was involved in outreach training development programmes and susceptibility/vulnerability mapping of the Northeast India. During the year 2020, she worked as a GIS consultant in the Public Works Department, Nagaland (India) on the issues of road network planning for rural development (funded by the World Bank).