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Aravinda Ravibhanu Sumanarathna

Aravinda Ravibhanu Sumanarathna
Eco Astronomy Inc · Research and Innovation - Advances in Multidisciplinary Studies.

BSc, PhD
Working on EXP Simulating of Planetary Geology. Reconstructing fossils via VR/AR correspondence to extreme conditions.

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Introduction
As an Astrobiologist I am researching _ fundamentals of extraterrestrial life and how samples correspond with factors of paleontology and petrology. I have been setting out a harbor life explained by a union of the general theory of Eco Astronomy mechanics & concepts as a part of my PhD. It is scientific study and analyses the extreme environmental conditions that affect the Harbor Life. Looking forward to examining, multidisciplinary applications in Astronomy.
Additional affiliations
February 2019 - November 2021
Eco Astronomy Inc
Position
  • Senior Researcher
Description
  • Search for life beyond the Earth requires an understanding of life, and the nature of the environments that support it, as well as planetary, planetary system and stellar interactions and processes. Therefore looking forward to examine, multidisciplinary applications of Astronomy and way to professional approach. Fundamentally process via innovation, research, academics which relevant to Astronomy, Astrobiology & Paleontology.
January 2018 - March 2020
Institute of Professional Studies & Skill Development Sri Lanka
Position
  • Head of Department
February 2016 - February 2018
Ecospec | Allied Techno Services Pvt. Ltd
Position
  • Researcher
Description
  • Using patented ULF technology of Ecospec, we invents and offers a range of creative green and holistic non-chemical technological solutions to the industrial sectors. From scaling, corrosion, and bio-fouling control for cooling water, submerged structures to flue gases emission abatement, ULF technology has the answer. NASA also applicable with ULF in a multidisciplinary approach.
Education
September 2015 - December 2018
University of Madras
Field of study
  • Micro geology & sedimentology
January 2015 - December 2015
University of Kelaniya
Field of study
  • Paleontology
January 2015 - February 2015
Arthur C. Clarke Institute for Modern Technologies
Field of study
  • Satellite base Navigation

Publications

Publications (98)
Technical Report
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Mars has been subject to repeated waxing and waning episodes of extreme chaotic obliquity (axial tilting) for at least four billion years. Obliquity is currently at 25.19 degrees and has exceeded 80◦. Each time obliquity exceeds 40◦ Martian atmospheric pressures and global temperatures increase causing the melting of glaciers and permafrost and sub...
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The fossils are preserved remains of body parts or traces of ancient organisms. Sri Lanka is a continental island that evolved via unique geological formations, including fossil remains. This island represents many fossils belonging to three different geological periods, for instance: the Jurassic period, Miocene period, and Pleistocene epoch. Most...
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The habitat selection for a group of R. roxellana at Tangjiahe National Nature Reserve during two seasons of 2010 was analysed with direct observation and vegetation survey. Eleven ecological variables were measured in seventy-five sites using 20 m 20 m plots. The research aims to document the impacts of seasonal variation in R. roxellana habitat s...
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The observation of tubular structures within Endurance Crater, Mars, has been reported by Joseph et al (2021a,b) who hypothesized these may be mineralized and fossilized remnants of tube worms that in the ancient and recent past flourished within lakes of water heated by thermal vents. The discovery of what may be spherical hematite in this same vi...
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Since 1960, Homo sapiens sapiens race has explored Mars and now we are closer to making humans a multiplanetary species. Addressing the next logical step in the series of Mars exploration, it is quite obvious, going to be a permanent settlement of earthen in the Red Planet, where crews that go to Mars can stay and build a new society with it all hi...
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This presentation is engaging to interpret : Paleontology and Fossils as a part of Eco Astronomy Inc lecture series. Explanation on under mentioned subtopics. History of Paleontology | Rocks and rock forming minerals | Petrology | Main Rock types | Sedimentary Rock and types | The History of Paleontology | Fossilization | Altered and Unaltered proc...
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Variations in the first Euler angle known as Earth precession phenomenon which is described as a change in the Earth's orbit; found to have strong impact on the climate of Earth. These observations of climate changes were connected with the behavior of the global ice sheets, including their advancing and retreating movements which have been recorde...
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The subject of Archeoastronomy is fascinating and it is definitely worth your time to research how our ancestors viewed the heavens. Also the contemporary scientific study and theorization of surviving memorials constructed prior to telescopes by students of the night skies planet-wide. Such memorials might include writings and symbols engraved in...
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The M'Diq beach has seen a successive outbreak's of starting in 2011. During the summer season, which is also Pelagia noctiluca known as the blooming and stranding's jellyfish season has severe impacts on regional activities. For this reason, this research aimed at documenting the mean causes of outbreaks on our coastline. As a result, the simple l...
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Natural photographic scenes and the reconstruction of fossil's content as well as other paleontological elements that are part of the paleo-geo-diversity represent an excellent added value for the growth of the paleo-tourism sector in our research area. As result, we focused our effort to create an Augmented Reality application, which aims to synch...
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Presentation of the abstract "Last Glacial Maximum, The Flandrian Transgression and The Configuration of Sri Lanka and Its Surroundings"
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We studied the habitat selection for two separated groups of Rhinopithecus roxellana in two different National Nature Reserve in Sichuan Province South of China. Our research aimed to document the winter season impact on habitat selection at Tangjiahe and Baihe National Nature Reserve during the Winter seasons of 2010 and 2015. We conducted direct...
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Variations of earth precession phenomenon have led to changes in the earth's orbit; due to these variations, the earth's climate found to be strongly impacted. These climate changes observed were connected with the behavior of the global ice sheets, including the spreading and retreating movements recorded. Earth’s climate depends essentially on th...
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This is the PPT file relevant to Comparative Systematic Analysis of Milankovitch Cycles for Identify Variations of Glaciers & Interglacial Periods in Late Pleistocene, South Asia. (A- 01 2020 @ Arthur C. Clarke Institute for Modern Technologies) .
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Transdisciplinary sciences over the last few decades have become the major booster of science development. The most important discoveries occur just at the intersection of sciences and in collaboration of several fields. There appeared such intermediate fields as mathematical physics, physical chemistry, biophysics, biochemistry, geophysics, etc. I...
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Danigala Rock is a unique geological site situated near Kandegama at Polonnaruwa district. The aerial view of the rock shows a semi-circular shape, which was affected by geological weathering. The northwest slope part of Danigala inselberg has interesting petroglyphs discovered in Chithra Lena (7°41'0.44"N | 81°12'45.66"E). These symbols are relati...
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Danigala Rock is a unique geological site situated near Kandegama at Polonnaruwa district. The aerial view of the rock shows a semi-circular shape, which was affected by geological weathering. The northwest slope part of Danigala inselberg has interesting petroglyphs discovered in Chithra Lena (7°41'0.44"N | 81°12'45.66"E). These symbols are relati...
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Danigala Circular Rock [ Lat: 7°40'50.24"N | Lon : 81°12'48.32"E ] is a unique geological rock situated in near Kandegama in the Polonnaruwa district. The aerial view of the rock show a unique semi-circular shape, affected by geological activities and weathering conditions. The location of Danigala represents an area rich with numerous geological a...
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Geotourism is 'tourism that focuses on geology and landscape as the basis for providing visitor engagement, learning, and enjoyment'. Geotourism and geo-heritage are relatively new form of tourism with considerable Sri Lanka and global growth potentials. Interest in geotourism is developing at a very rapid rate around the world. It is of great impo...
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Investigations on the relationships and interactions between glaciers and permafrost in high-mountain regions have long been neglected. As a consequence, numerous fascinating questions remain open and offer possibilities for highly relevant, innovative and integrative research concerning materials, processes, land forms, environmental aspects and n...
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Puttalam Coal Power Plant named after the location where it is located in the Puttalam District of the Northwestern Province in Sri-Lanka. An important national asset as symbolically it is not only the very first coal fired power plant in Sri-Lanka but also the largest in terms of capacity with a total output of 900MW that incorporated and operatio...
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The knowledge of Martian geology has increased enormously in the last 40 yr. Several missions orbiting or roving Mars have revolutionized our understanding of its evolution and geological features, which in several ways are similar to Earth, but are extremely different in many respects. The impressive dichotomy between the two Martian hemispheres i...
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Sabaragamuwa dancing is one of symbolized & unique traits of Sri Lankan tradition. Many interpretations on Sabaragamu dancing depends on social, anthropological factors rather than physical anthological factors. Therefore, main objective of this research is to apply Hrdlicka’s method for analysis the relative motion of Sabaragamu Dance.It is approx...
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During fossilization, the remains of extinct organisms are subjected to taphonomic and diagenetic processes. As a result, fossils show a variety of preservational artefacts, which can range from small breaks and cracks, disarticulation and fragmentation, to the loss and deformation of skeletal structures and other hard parts. Such artefacts can pre...
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When scientists approach the question of how life began on Earth, or elsewhere, their efforts generally involve attempts to understand how non-biological molecules bonded, became increasingly complex, and eventually reached the point where they could replicate or could use sources of energy to make things happen. Ultimately, of course, life needed...
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Planetary habitability is the measure of a planet’s or a natural satellite’s potential to develop and sustain life. Life may develop directly on a planet or satellite or be transferred to it from another body, a theoretical process known as panspermia. As the existence of life beyond Earth is currently unknown, planetary habitability is largely an...
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A meteorite is a fragment of rock or iron from outer space, usually a meteoroid or asteroid, which survives passage through the atmosphere as a meteor to impact the surface of the Earth. Meteorites are believed to originate in the asteroid belt between the planets of Mars and Jupiter. Meteorites are often divided into three overall categories based...
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This document is profiling importance of the artificial glacier & molding geometry via pagoda. Artificial glaciation is a practice carried out in the Hindu Kush and Himalaya regions aimed at creating small new glaciers to increase water supply for crops and in some cases to sustain micro hydro power. This is formed by piping mountain stream water i...
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Astrobiology is a challenging interdisciplinary field of contemporary science which appeared in the second half of the last century and stimulated a better understanding of the frontiers of biology. Astrobiology aims to answer the fundamental questions: Is there life beyond Earth? Which distinctive features could it acquire? How did it adapt to var...
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Fossilization is the process by which a plant or animal becomes a fossil. ... Those plants and animals that do become fossils generally undergo, with some exceptions, several key steps. First, the soft tissue that exists during life decays leaving behind only the "hard parts" (bone, shell, teeth).According to "Enchanted Learning," archaeologists us...
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Challenges of integrating astronomical research into the general enterprise in multidisciplinary astronomy, the committee realized that the issue of integration was broader and generic to this intrinsically interdisciplinary subject—that is, astrophysics is but one of many disciplines that need to be brought to bear on multidisciplinary approach in...
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Sabaragamuwa dancing is one of symbolized & unique traits of Sri Lankan tradition. Many interpretations on Sabaragamu dancing depends on social, anthropological factors rather than physical anthological factors. Therefore, main objective of this research is to apply Hrdlicka’s method for analysis the relative motion of Sabaragamu Dance.It is approx...
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Corresponding to Archeoastronomy Sri Lanka “Impact of Archaeological Evidences in Sri Lanka for Calculate the Diurnal Motion of Planet Earth: A Case Study of Sundials & Fundamentals of Mathematics in General Calculations. CH 01 2018” following module calculations are tolerate only sinking blow clepsydra process of working The problem of variable fl...
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Archeoastronomy is essentially a study of the Anthropology of Astronomy and world-views and the role of astronomy and astronomers in their cultures. Following the references of numerous mechanisms used to study past human behavior, including history, oral tradition, and archaeology. Our case study analyzes archaeological factors like sundial & whic...
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Archeoastronomy is essentially a study of the Anthropology of Astronomy and world-views and the role of astronomy and astronomers in their cultures. Following the references of numerous mechanisms used to study past human behavior, including history, oral tradition, and archaeology. Our case study analyzes archaeological factors like sundial & whic...
Technical Report
Archeoastronomy is essentially a study of the Anthropology of Astronomy and world-views and the role of astronomy and astronomers in their cultures. Following the references of numerous mechanisms used to study past human behavior, including history, oral tradition, and archaeology. Our case study is critically analyses archaeological factors like...
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Puttalam Coal Power Plant named after the location where it is located in the Puttalam District of the Northwestern Province in Sri-Lanka. An important national asset as symbolically it is not only the very first coal fired power plant in Sri-Lanka but also the largest in terms of capacity with a total output of 900MW that incorporated and operatio...
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Eco Astronomy which describes as study of extreme environmental conditions effecting to Harbor Life. The life origin, evolution existence of life in the universe related to harbor life mechanism, means safe place providing refuge, comfort and sustainable environment to any object. Eco Astronomical explorations has focusing “Comparative systematic a...
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This document has been setup to providing fundamentals of Geology in Sri Lanka. More than 90% of Sri Lanka's surface lies on Precambrian strata, some of it dating back 2 billion years. The granulite facies rocks of the Highland Series (gneisses, sillimanite-graphite gneisses, quartzite, marbles, and some charnockites) make up most of the island and...
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This document has been setup to providing fundamentals of Geology in Sri Lanka. More than 90% of Sri Lanka's surface lies on Precambrian strata, some of it dating back 2 billion years. The granulite facies rocks of the Highland Series (gneisses, sillimanite-graphite gneisses, quartzite, marbles, and some charnockites) make up most of the island and...
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This report documents the main findings of the Water Conservation & Paleontological profiling work carried out in the State of Himachal Pradesh, India, as a mean to support the planning of sustainable Paleo tourism & Cave tourism promoting interventions in next 20 years. Himachal is in the western Himalayas. Covering an area of 55,673 square kilome...
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This thesis intriguing encompasses exciting trends and discoveries in area of human exploration and progress in Astronomy, Paleontology, Astrobiology, Geology, Physical and Neurological Evolution which fundamentally effect for basis factors of life. Specially processing previously mentioned subjects under environment of planetary habitability and h...
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A controversial theory that suggests an extraterrestrial body crashing to Earth almost 12,800 years ago caused the extinction of many large animals and a probable population decline in early humans is gaining traction from research sites around the world. The Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis, controversial from the time, it was presented in 2007, pr...
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A controversial theory that suggests an extraterrestrial body crashing to Earth almost 12,800 years ago caused the extinction of many large animals and a probable population decline in early humans is gaining traction from research sites around the world. The Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis, controversial from the time, it was presented in 2007, pr...
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This thesis intriguing encompasses exciting trends and discoveries in area of human exploration and progress in Astronomy, Paleontology, Astrobiology, Geology, Physical and Neurological Evolution which fundamentally effect for basis factors of life. Specially processing previously mentioned subjects under environment of planetary habitability and h...
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සුවිශේෂී භූ විද්‍යාත්මක පසුබිමක් සහිත ශ‍්‍රී ලංකාවේ භූ විද්‍යාත්මක පුරාණ නිර්මාණ පරිසරය ආකීය යුගය (Archean Eon-4000 Mya–2500 Mya) දක්වා විහිදී යයි. නියෝප්‍රොටෙරොසොයික (Neoproterozoic–1000 Mya–541 Mya) වකවානුව තුළ ශ‍්‍රී ලංකාවේ භූ පිහිටීම ආශ‍්‍රිතව ක‍්‍රියාත්මක වූ ද්‍රවමය අවස්ථාවේ වූ ආග්නේය පාෂාණ වල ක‍්‍රියා හා ප‍්‍රතික‍්‍රියා (Igneous processes) හේ...
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EICME, data set has been complied via Heliospheric Physics Laboratory, Code 672, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland, USA, and GPHI and The Department of Astronomy, University of Maryland, College Park; by the supporting University of Tasmania, Australia. Following the HIGeoCAT(2017), Departments of Applied Geology- The School of...
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#Eco Astronomy is the scientific study of extreme environmental conditions, effecting to the Harbor Life . The life origin, evolution existence of life in the universe related to harbor life concepts, means safe place providing refuge ,comfort and sustainable harbor environment to any object. Eco Astronomical research has implemented focusing -“Com...
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Introduction to Petrology and Mineralogy to Implement Fossilization is for describe process of the fossilization & their factors,including geology . Fossilization is the process by which a plant or animal becomes a fossil. This process is extremely rare and only a small fraction of the plants and animals that have lived in the past 600 million year...
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Sinharaja Rain Forest (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), the last viable remnant of Sri Lanka’s tropical lowland rainforest spanning an area of 18900 acres is located within Sabaragamuwa and Southern provinces of the south-west lowland wet zone of Sri Lanka. Located in south-west Sri Lanka, Sinharaja is the country's last viable area of primary tropic...
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The study chronicles a series of landmark events of Polonnaruwa Arnaganwila, dry zone of Sri Lanka carbonaceous meteorites that impacted on 29th December 2012. The main objective of this study was to compile the citied articles for creating a plausible corresponding model to possess the sedimentation of Micro Fossils (Fossil diatoms) found in carbo...
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The study chronicles a series of landmark events of Polonnaruwa Arnaganwila, dry zone of Sri Lanka carbonaceous meteorites that impacted on 29 th December 2012. The main objective of this study was to compile the citied articles for creating a plausible corresponding model to possess the sedimentation of Micro Fossils (Fosil diatoms) found in carbo...
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Sabaragamuwa basin is the dominant type of natural museum in Sri Lanka. Cultural remains of Homo sapiens discovered alongside the skeletal fragments, which include with the geometric microliths. Other discoveries include various fauna and flora that are thought to have formed part of their diet, also the animal bones which was fossilized surroundin...
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Archeoastronomy is essentially a study of the Anthropology of Astronomy and world-views and the role of astronomy and astronomers in their cultures. Following the references of numerous mechanisms used to study past human behavior, including history, oral tradition, and archaeology, our case study is critically analyses archaeological like factors...
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Non-chemical water treatment system which helps to control or eliminate bacteriological fouling, microbiological growths, contamination and hard water scale build-up & corrosion in dominantly cooling tower & boiler system. This is achieved by an electrostatic, magnetic, electromagnetic,catalytic or photocatalytic theories which design with an autom...
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A dominant question what is life & how did it arise ? Only possible on Earth ? Life is the aspect of existence that processes, acts, reacts, evaluates, and evolves through growth (reproduction and metabolism) as a define, physical observation. The crucial difference between life and non-life (or non-living things) is that life uses energy for physi...
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Developing onshore digital elevation model (DEM) is useful to predict sea level rise, coastal erosion, and tsunami inundation. This study compares historic changes of coastline in Arugam Bay in Sri Lanka from 2003 to 2015 to indicate flooding and elevation profile changes over time. Bathymetric DEMs have been created using Differential Global Posit...
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Developing onshore digital elevation model (DEM) is useful to predict sea level rise, coastal erosion, and tsunami inundation. This study compares historic changes of coastline in Arugam Bay in Sri Lanka from 2003 to 2015 to indicate flooding and elevation profile changes over time. Bathymetric DEMs have been created using Differential Global Posit...
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Avifauna species diversity and abundance in and around of an urbanized lake called Peralanda Lake were recorded using point transect technique from January 2015 to December 2016. The lake is situated at North Colombo area adjacent to Ragama city in Gampaha District. Three Different habitat types were identified as Water body habitat, Terrestrial ha...
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Avifauna species diversity and abundance in and around of an urbanized lake called Peralanda Lake were recorded using point transect technique from January 2015 to December 2016. The lake is situated at North Colombo area adjacent to Ragama city in Gampaha District. Three Different habitat types were identified as Water body habitat, Terrestrial ha...
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Sabaragamuwa Dancing is one of symbolized & unique traits of Sri Lankan tradition. Many interpretation on Sabaragamu Dancing depends on social, anthropological factors rather than physical anthological factors. Therefore,main objective of this research is to apply Hrdlicka’s method for analysis the relative motion of Sabaragamu Dance, which approxi...
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Sabaragamuwa dancing is one of the symbolized & unique traits of Sri Lankan tradition. Many interpretations on Sabaragamu dancing depend on social, anthropological factors rather than physical anthological factors. Therefore, the main objective of this research is to apply Hrdlicka’s method for analysis of the relative motion of Sabaragamu Dance, w...
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The Quaternary period of the geographic history of the earth includes two geologic epochs viz., the Pleistocene and the Holocene. Both epochs divided the faunal stages and human cultural phases based on climate and sea level changes that took place during these periods. The Quaternary ice age began roughly about 2.58 MYO with cool and dry climate c...
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The Quaternary period of the geographic history of the earth includes two geologic epochs viz., the Pleistocene and the Holocene. Both epochs divided the faunal stages and human cultural phases based on climate and sea level changes that took place during these periods. The Quaternary ice age began roughly about 2.58 MYO with cool and dry climate c...
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The Rakwana mountain range, which is located in the margin of the northern side of Sinharaja, a UNESCO world heritage site, is an area having rich bio–diversity. The recent excavations of the alluvial deposits in Sabaragamuwa basin associated with northern side of Sinharaja area revealed that the existance of caves in the vicinity of Pannila mounta...
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The Quaternary period of the geographic history of the earth includes two geologic epochs viz., the Pleistocene and the Holocene. Both epochs divided the faunal stages and human cultural phases based on climate and sea level changes that took place during these periods. The Quaternary ice age began roughly about 2.58 MYO with cool and dry climate c...
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The Quaternary period of the geographic history of the earth includes two geologic epochs viz., the Pleistocene and the Holocene. Both epochs divided the faunal stages and human cultural phases based on climate and sea level changes that took place during these periods. The Quaternary ice age began roughly about 2.58 MYO with cool and dry climate c...
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A sufficient knowledge on prehistoric culture and habitat of earliest Homo sapiens (Balangoda man) is available in Batadomba-lena cave, a noticeable rock shelter in lowland rainforest of southwestern Sri Lanka goes upto Pleistocene and Holocene eras. Late Pleistocene inhabitants of Batadombalena cave's foraged for a broad spectrum of plant and main...
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Roadside trees are beneficial for providing ecological services, such as heat absorbance, natural air conditioning, and reducing GHG emissions in urban landscapes. This study examines the tree structure, species composition, species diversity, and some field observations (i.e. tree structural defects and disorders) on roadside trees in Colombo City...
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Presently Sri Lanka is an island existing in the Indian Ocean. It was a part of Gondwanaland during middle Jurassic epoch and began breaking up from the Indian continent during the late Jurassic as a separate single land mass. During the early Miocene era Sri Lanka was further shifted south-east direction forming the cauvery basin where huge amount...
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Two species of elephants are traditionally recognized, the African elephant (Loxodontaafricana) and the Asian elephant (Elephas maximus). The Asian Elephant (also recognized as the Indian Elephant) is a large land animal (smaller than the African Elephant) that lives in India, Malaysia, Sumatra, and Sri Lanka. This elephant is used extensively for...
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The Rakwana mountain range, which is located in the margin of the northern side of Sinharaja,UNESCO world heritage site, is an area having rich bio–diversity,included unique geological formations such as limestone caves etc. Numerous fossils of Elephants(Elephas spp.), Gaur(Bos gaurus), Sambar Deer (Rusa unicolor), Rhinoceros (Rhinoceros kangawena)...
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Sri Lanka Has been Famous as a tourist location since ancient time. Named the “Pearl of the Indian Ocean”. It has been visited written about and acclaimed in many ancient chronicles. Being close to the equator, it has a year – round sunny weather and with its topography it harbors a host of rich biodiversity promoting ecotourism. With a costal belt...
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It is seen that the evolution of Sabaragamuwa Dance has been created due to the promotion of Imitation with Adaptation Motion of the Sri Lankan ‘Vedda’ (ancestors of Sri Lanka). When studying the Palebiodiversity, Paleoantology and Archeology related to Sri Lanka, the imitation with adaptation motion has been started in the latter part of Pleistoce...
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Eco Astronomy is the scientific study of extreme environmental conditions, effecting to the Harbor Life. Planetary habitability and harbored life on the earth can best be proved by paleontological evidences found from the earth and the extraterrestrial objects reached the earth(Mckay, 1996). As per the present knowledge on the life of the Universe,...