Let $G$ be a connected graph and $W$ be a set of vertices of $G$. The representation multiset of a vertex $v$ with respect to $W$, $r_m (v|W)$, is defined as a multiset of distances between $v$ and the vertices in $W$. If $r_m (u |W) \neq r_m(v|W)$ for every pair of distinct vertices $u$ and $v$, then $W$ is called an m-resolving set of $G$. If $G$ has an m-resolving set, then the cardinality of a smallest m-resolving set is called the multiset dimension of $G$, denoted by $md(G)$; otherwise, we say that $md(G) = \infty$.
In this talk, we shall derive lower bounds for multiset dimension of Cartesian product graphs. We shall also study the conditions for the sharpness of the bounds.