Books and Research Papers - Department of Hydrology,Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
Books and Research Papers

Research Papers

 

International Journals

 

           2021    
   

  1. Deka, B. J., Guo, J., & An, A. K. (2021). Robust dual-layered omniphobic electrospun membrane with anti-wetting and anti-scaling functionalised for membrane distillation application, Journal of Membrane Science, January 2021, 119089, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.memsci.2021.119089

  2. Gupta, V. and Jain, M. K.: Unravelling the teleconnections between ENSO and dry/wet conditions over India using nonlinear Granger causality, Atmospheric Res., 247, 105168, doi:10.1016/j.atmosres.2020.105168, 2021.

  3. Gupta, V., Jain, M.K. and Singh, V.P. Closure to “Multivariate Modeling of Projected Drought Frequency and Hazard over India”. J. Hydrologic Engineering, ASCE, 26(2), 07020025, 2021.https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0001893

  4. Krishan, G, Sejal, P., Bhagwat, A. Prasad, G., Yadav, B. K., Kumar, C.P, Kansal, M. L., Singh, S., Sudarsan, N., Bradley, A., Sharma, L. M., Muste, M (2021) Role of Major Ions in Aquifer Salinization – a Case Study From a Semi-Arid Region of Haryana, India, Water Accepted, (IF=2.5) Q1

  5. Mulugeta Musie, Andrea Momblanch & Sumit Sen. Exploring future global change-induced water imbalances in the Central Rift Valley Basin, Ethiopia. Climatic Change volume 164, 47 (2021)

  6. Verma, A., Yadav, B. K., Singh, N. B. (2021) Hydrochemical exploration and assessment of groundwater quality in part of the Ganga-Gomti Fluvial Plain in northern India, Elsevier- Groundwater for Sustainable Development, Accepted (IF=3.0) Q1


           2020

  1. Agarwal, Ankit, Norbert Marwan, Rathinasamy Maheswaran, Ugur Ozturk, Jürgen Kurths, and Bruno Merz. “Optimal Design of Hydrometric Station Networks Based on Complex Network Analysis.” Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 24, no. 5 (May 8, 2020): 2235–51.  https://www.hydrol-earth-syst-sci.net/24/2235/2020/

  2. Ajay Kumar, Himanshu Joshi, Anil Kumar (2020) " Remediation of Arsenic by Metal/Metal Oxide Based Nanocomposites/Nanohybrids: Contamination Scenario in Groundwater, Practical Challenges, and Future Perspectives" in Separation and Purification Review. https://doi.org/10.1080/15422119.2020.1744649 (Q1, IF- 5.324).

  3. Ashish Mishra and Dhyan Singh Arya (2020) "Development of Decision Support System (DSS) for Urban flood management: A review of methodologies and results" proceedings of World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2020 (ASCE,2020)  https://doi.org/10.1061/9780784482988.007

  4. Bhanu S. and Goel N. K., “Two Dimensional Dam Break Analysis of Maithon Dam”, Proceedings of ASCE India Conference, Kolkata 2020

  5. Bhanu S. and Goel N. K.,”Review of Extended Hydrological Prediction (EHP) and Framework of EHP for Tehri Dam, India”, Proceedings of ASCE Publications in World Water and Water Resources Congress 2020, Henderson, Nevada, USA,pp.244-257.

  6. Chowdhury, B., Goel, N.K. & Arora, M. Evaluation and ranking of different gridded precipitation datasets for Satluj River basin using compromise programming and f-TOPSIS. Theor Appl Climatol (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00704-020-03405-y

  7. Deka, B. J., Guo, J., Wong, P. W., Khanzada, N.K., Kharraz, J., Tsang, C. W. & An, A. K. (2020) "A conductive hydrophobic polyaniline sandwiched PVDF membrane for early detection of surfactant induced wetting in membrane distillation using impedance", ACS Applied Polymer Materials (2020)

  8. Guntu, Ravi Kumar, Rathinasamy Maheswaran, Ankit Agarwal, and Vijay P. Singh. "Accounting for temporal variability for improved precipitation regionalization based on self-organizing map coupled with information theory." Journal of Hydrology (2020): 125236. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2020.125236

  9. Guntu, Ravi Kumar, and Ankit Agarwal. "Investigation of Precipitation Variability and Extremes Using Information Theory." (2020).https://sciforum.net/manuscripts/8115/manuscript.pdf

  10. Gupta, V., and Jain, M.K. Impact of ENSO, Global Warming, and Land Surface Elevation on Extreme Precipitation in India. J. Hydrologic Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 25, No. 1: 05019032), (https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0001872), 2020. (Q1).

  11. Gupta, V., Jain, M.K. and Singh, V.P. Multivariate Modeling for Projected Drought Frequency and Hazard over India. J. Hydrologic Engineering, ASCE, 25(4), 2020. (Q1).
  12. Gupta, V., Jain, M.K., Singh, P. and Singh, Vishal. An Assessment of Global Satellite-based Precipitation Datasets in Capturing Precipitation Extremes: A Comparison with Observed Precipitation Dataset in India. International Journal of Climatology,  (https://doi.org/10.1002/joc.6419) 2020. (Q1).

  13. Gupta, Vivek, Vishal Singh, and Manoj Kumar Jain. "Assessment of precipitation extremes in India during the 21st century under SSP1-1.9 mitigation scenarios of CMIP6 GCMs." Journal of Hydrology (2020): 125422.

  14. Jun Meng, Jingfang Fan, Josef Ludescher, Agarwal Ankit, Xiaosong Chen, Armin Bunde, Jurgen Kurths, and Hans Joachim Schellnhuber (2020): Complexity based approach for El Niño magnitude forecasting before the spring predictability barrier. Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS). https://www.pnas.org/content/early/2019/12/23/1917007117

  15. Kasi, V., Yeditha, P. K., Rathinasamy, M., Pinninti, R., Landa, S. R., Sangamreddi, C., Agarwal, A. and Dandu Radha, P. R. (2020): A novel method to improve vertical accuracy of CARTOSAT DEM using machine learning models, Earth Sci. Informatics. doi:10.1007/s12145-020-00494-1, 2020

  16. Krishan G, Ghosh, N C, Kumar C P, Sharma LM, Yadav B K, Kansal M L,  Singh S, Verma S K, Prasad, G (2020) “Understanding stable isotope systematics of salinity affected groundwater in Mewat, Haryana, India” Journal of Earth System Science, 129, 109 (2020).

  17. Krishan G, Prasad G, Anjali A, Kumar C P, Patidar N, Yadav B K, Kansal M L,  Singh S, Sharma LM,  A Bradley A, Verma S K (2020) “Identifying the seasonal variability in source of groundwater salinization using deuterium excess- a case study from Mewat, Haryana, India” Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies, 31, 100724.

  18. Kumar, V., & Sen, S. (2020). Assessment of spring potential for sustainable agriculture: A case study in lesser Himalayas. Applied Engineering in Agriculture, 36(1), 11-24.

  19. Kumar, Vikram, and Santosh Paramanik. "Application of high-frequency spring discharge data: a case study of Mathamali spring rejuvenation in Garhwal Himalaya." Water Supply (2020).

  20. Meng, J., Fan, J., Ludescher, J., Agarwal A., Chen, X., Bunde, A., Kurths, J., and Schellnhuber, H. J. (2020): Complexity based approach for El Niño magnitude forecasting before the spring predictability barrier, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Jan 2020, 117 (1) 177-183. https://www.pnas.org/content/early/2019/12/23/1917007117

  21. Mulugeta Musie, Sumit Sen*, Puneet Srivastava. Application of CORDEX-AFRICA and NEX-GDDP datasets for hydrologic projections under climate change in Lake Ziway sub-basin, Ethiopia. (2020). Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejrh.2020.100721

  22. Musie, M.; Sen, S.; Chaubey, I. Hydrologic Responses to Climate Variability and Human Activities in Lake Ziway Basin, Ethiopia. Water 2020, 12, 164.

  23. Nanda, A., Sen, S., Sharma, A. N., & Sudheer, K. P. (2020). Soil Temperature Dynamics at Hillslope Scale—Field Observation and Machine Learning-Based Approach. Water, 12(3), 713.
  24. Pal, P., Pal, A., Nakashima, K. and Yadav, B.K., 2020. Applications of Chitosan in Environmental Remediation: A Review. Chemosphere, p.128934.https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chemosphere.2020.128934

  25. Ravi Kumar Guntu, Maheswaran Rathinasamy, Ankit Agarwal, and Bellie Sivakumar (2020). Spatiotemporal Variability of Indian rainfall using multi-scale entropy. Journal of Hydrology. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2020.124916

  26. Ravi Kumar Guntu, Pavan Kumar Yeditha, Maheswaran Rathinasamy, Matjaž Perc, Norbert Marwan, Jürgen Kurths, and Ankit Agarwal (2020). Wavelet entropy-based evaluation of intrinsic predictability of time series. Chaos 30, 033117 (2020);  https://aip.scitation.org/doi/10.1063/1.5145005

  27. Sahoo, B., Perumal,M., Moramarco, T., Silvia, B., and Sahoo, S. (2020) A multilinear discrete Nash-cascade model for stage-hydrograph routing in compound river channels, Hydrological Sciences-Journal of IAHS, 65(3):335-347
  28. Setti, S.; Maheswaran, R.; Sridhar, V.; Barik, K.K.; Merz, B.; Agarwal, A. Inter-Comparison of Gauge-Based Gridded Data, Reanalysis and Satellite Precipitation Product with an Emphasis on Hydrological Modeling. Atmosphere 2020, 11, 1252.https://doi.org/10.3390/atmos11111252

  29. Shashi Ranjan, Brijesh Kumar Yadav & Himanshu Joshi (2020). Development of nZVI-Pumice / Zeolite Composites for Effective Removal of Arsenic ( III ) from Aqueous Solution. Journal of Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Waste, 24(3), 1–10. https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)HZ.2153-5515.0000507

  30. Singh, R. K. and Jain, M. K.: Reappraisal of hydrologic alterations in the Roanoke River basin using extended data and improved RVA method, Int. J. Environ. Sci. Technol., doi:10.1007/s13762-020-02817-7, 2020.

  31. Sushkova, S., Minkina, T.,  Tarigholizadeh, S., Rajput, V., Fedorenko, A., Dudnikova, T.,  Mandzhieva, S., Nazarenko, O. , Antonenko, E., Chernikova, N, Yadav, B. K., Batukaev, A  (2020) Soil PAHs contamination effect on the cellular and subcellular organelle changes of Phragmites australis Cav., Environmental Geochemistry and Health,  42, 2485–2494. (IF 3.662) Q1

  32. Thomas, Anooja, Brijesh Kumar Yadav, and Jiří Šimůnek. "Root water uptake under heterogeneous soil moisture conditions: an experimental study for unraveling compensatory root water uptake and hydraulic redistribution." Plant and Soil (2020): 1-15. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11104-020-04738-3
  33. Verma, A, Yadav, B K, and Singh N. B. (2020) “Data on the assessment of Groundwater Quality in Gomti-Ganga alluvial plain of Northern India” Data in Brief, 30 (2020) doi.org/10.1016/j.dib.2020.105660

  34. Verma, A, Yadav, B K, and Singh N. B. (2020) “Hydrochemical monitoring of groundwater quality for drinking and irrigation use in Rapti Basin” SN Applied Sciences, https://doi.org/10.1007/s42452-020-2267-5

  35. Vikram Kumar, Sumit Sen, and Pankaj Chauhan. 2020. Geo-morphometric prioritization of Aglar micro watershed in Lesser Himalaya using GIS approach. Modelling Earth Systems and Environment. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40808-020-01000-8
  36. Vyas, J.K.; Perumal, M.; Moramarco, T. Discharge Estimation Using Tsallis and Shannon Entropy Theory in Natural Channels. Water 2020, 12, 1786.https://www.mdpi.com/2073-4441/12/6/1786

  37. Yadav, B. K. and Bihon N. H. (2020) “Groundwater Resource Assessment of Akaki Well-field of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia” E-Journal of Geohydrology, Vol 1(2), 35-46


    2019

  1. Basu, S, Yadav. B. K., Mathur, S., and Gupta P. K. (2019) “In Situ Bioremediation of LNAPL Polluted Vadose Zone: Integrated Column and Wetland Study”, CLEAN - Soil, Air, Water, 10.1002/clen.202000118

  2. Bhattaraia N., Mallick, K., Stuarta, J., Vishwakarma, B. D., Niraula, R., Sen, S., Jain, M. 2019. An automated multi-model evapotranspiration mapping framework usingremotely sensed and reanalysis data. Remote Sensing of Environment, 229: 69-92.

  3. G. Veeraswamy, Balaji, E., Nagaraju, A., and Yadav, B. K. (2019) Multivariate Statistical Approach for Evaluating Groundwater Quality in Sathyavedu Area, Chittoor District (Andhra Pradesh, India), The Journal of Indian Geophysical Union, Vol 23(4), 323-332

  4. Gupta P.K., Yadav, B., Yadav B. K., (2019) “Assessment of LNAPL in Subsurface under Fluctuating Groundwater Table using 2D Sand Tank Experiments”. ASCE Journal of Environmental Engineering, 145 (9), 04019048

  5. Gupta, P.K. and Yadav, B. K. (2019) “3-D Laboratory Experiments on Fate and Transport of Light NAPL under Varying Groundwater Flow Conditions”. ASCE Journal of Environmental Engineering, 146(4), 04020010

  6. Minkina, T., Sushkova, S., Konstantinova, E., Yadav, B. K., Mandzhieva, S., Konstantinov, A., et al. (2019). Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in urban soils within the different land use: A case study of Tyumen, Russia. Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds. https://doi.org/10.1080/10406638. 2018.1540997

  7. Minkina, T., Sushkova, S.,  Yadav, B. K., Rajput, V., Mandzhieva, S., Nazarenko, O. (2019) Accumulation and transformation of benzo[a]pyrene in Haplic Chernozem under artificial contamination, Environmental Geochemistry and Health; https://doi.org/10.1007/s10653-019-00362-y

  8. Musie, M.Sen, S., Srivastava, P. Comparison and evaluation of gridded precipitation datasets for streamflow simulation in data scarce watersheds of Ethiopia. Journal of Hydrology, 579: 124168, 2019

  9. Nanda, A., Sen, S., & McNamara, J. P. (2019). How spatiotemporal variation of soil moisture can explain hydrological connectivity of infiltration-excess dominated hillslope: Observations from Lesser Himalayan Landscape. Journal of Hydrology, 579, 124146.

  10. Ranjan, S, Yadav, B. K., and Joshi, H (2019) Development of nZVI-Pumice/Zeolite Composites for Effective Removal of Arsenic (III) from Aqueous Solution, ASCE's Journal of Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Waste, 24(3), 04020014

  11. Rathinasamy, M., Agarwal, A., Sivakumar, B., Marwan, N., and Kurths, J.(2019): "Wavelet analysis of precipitation extremes over India and teleconnections to climate indices. Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment. Volume 33, Issue 11–12, pp 2053–2069. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00477-019-01738-3

  12. Ray, L.K. and Goel, N.K. (2019), ‘Flood frequency analysis of Narmada river basin in India under Non-stationary condition: A case study’, Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, in production (DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0001808).

  13. Ray, L.K. and Goel, N.K. (2019),’Non-stationary frequency analysis of extreme rainfall events across India’, Paper under revision, ASCE Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, May 15, 2019.

  14. Ray, L.K., Goel, N.K. and Arora, M. (2019), ‘Trend analysis and change point detection of temperature over parts of India’, Theoretical and Applied Climatology, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00704-019-02819-7.

  15. Roopam Shukla, Ankit Agarwal, Christoph Gronott, Kamna Sachdeva and PK Joshi (2019). Farmer typology to understand differentiated climate change adaptation in the Himalayas. Scientific Reports. https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-019-56931-9

  16. Sachi, Yadav B. K., Rahman, M. A., Pal, M. (2019) “Migration of CO₂ through carbonate cores: effect of salinity, pressure and cyclic brine-CO₂ injection” ASCE Journal of Environmental Engineering, 146(2), 04019114

  17. Shukla, R., Agarwal, A., Gronott, C., Sachdeva, K., Joshi, P.K., (2019). Farmer typology to understand differentiated climate change adaptation in the Himalayas. Scientific Reports, 9, 20375. https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-019-56931-9

  18. Singh, G.R., Jain, M.K. and Gupta, V. Assessment of Spatiotemporal Drought Hazard, Vulnerability and Risk in the Krishna River Basin, India. Natural Hazards, Vol. 99, No. 2, pp. 611 – 635 (https://doi.org/10.1007/s11069-019-03762-6), 2019. (Q1).

  19. Sonkar, I., Kotnoor, H. P., Sen, S. Estimation of Root Water Uptake and Soil Hydraulic Parameters from Root Zone Soil Moisture and Deep Percolation. Agricultural Water Management, 222: 38-47, 2019.


    2018

  1. Deryabkina I, Antonenko E, Nazarenko O, Yadav B K, Hakki E, Minkina T, S Sushkova (2018) Environmental pollution of soil with PAHs in energy producing plants zone, Science of the Total Environment, Vol 655, 232-241.

  2. Gupta, V., and Jain, M.K. Investigation of Multi-model Spatiotemporal Mesoscale Drought Projections over India under Climate Change Scenario. J. Hydrology, Elsevier, 567, 489-509, (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2018.10.012), 2018. (Q1). 

  3. Khatri, H., Jain, M.K. and Jain, S.K. Modelling of stream flow in snow dominated Budhigandaki catchment in Nepal. J. Earth System Sciences, Springer, Vol. 127: 100, (https://doi.org/10.1007/s12040-018-1005-5), 2018. (Q2).

  4. Krishan, G., Chandniha, S.K.,  Lohani, A. K., Yadav, B. K., Arora, N. K., Singh, S., Kumar, C. P., Sharma, L. M., and Bhardwaj, A. K. (2018) “Assessment of Heavy Metals in Relation to Soil Pollution at Mewat, Haryana, India”  Current World Environment; 13 (3), 299-306

  5. Kumar V., Sen S. Analysis of Spring Discharge in the Lesser Himalayas: A Case Study of Mathamali Spring, Aglar Watershed, Uttarakhand. In: Singh V., Yadav S., Yadava R. (eds) Water Resources Management. Water Science and Technology Library, vol 78. Springer, Singapore, 2018.

  6. Kumar, V., & Sen, S. (2018). Evaluation of spring discharge dynamics using recession curve analysis: a case study in data-scarce region, Lesser Himalayas, India. Sustainable Water Resources Management, 4(3), 539-557.

  7. Mustapha I.H., Gupta P.K., Yadav, B.K., J.J.A van Bruggen and P. N. L. Lens, (2018). “Performance evaluation of duplex constructed wetlands for the treatment of diesel contaminated wastewater”. Chemosphere, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chemosphere.2018.04.036

  8. Nanda, A., Sen, S., Jirwan, V., Sharma, A., Kumar, V. Understanding Plot-Scale Hydrology of Lesser Himalayan Watershed- A Field Study and HYDRUS-2D Modeling Approach. Hydrological Processes, 32 (9): 1254-1266, 2018.

  9. Pati, A., Sen, S., Perumal, M. Modified Channel Routing Scheme for SWAT Model. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering ASCE, (2018) DOI 10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0001657.

  10. Swain, R., Sahoo, B., and Perumal, M. (2018) An embedded VPMM-AD model for riverine transient flow and non-reactive contaminant transports, Journal of Hydrology, Elsevier, 563, pp. 711-725

  11. Tamarakar, S., Goel, N.K. (2018), ‘Development of intensity duration frequency relationships for Port Blair, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India’, Mausam 69,1, pp123-132.

  12. Worked as draft committee member on the NITI Aayog report focused on “Inventory and Revival of Springs in Himalayas for Water Security”, DST, New Delhi. 2018.

  13. Yadav, B., Mathur, S., Ch., Sudheer, Yadav, B. K. (2018) “A simulation-optimization approach for the consideration of well clogging during cost estimation of in-situ bioremediation system”. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering (DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0001622), 2017.

  14. Yadav, B., Mathur, S., Ch., Sudheer, Yadav, B. K. (2018) “Data Based Modeling Approach for Variable Density Flow and Solute Transport Simulation in a Coastal Aquifer”. Hydrological Sciences Journal: doi.org/10.1080/02626667.2017.1413491

    2017

  1. Ahirwar, A., Jain, M.K. and Perumal, M. Performance of the Xinanjiang Model. Chapter 48, In: Hydrologic Modelling, by Vijay P. Singh (Ed.). Water Science Technology Library, Springer Singapore, Select proceedings of ICWEES-2016 ISBN 978-981-10-5800-4, Vol. 81, 2017.

  2. Ashantha Goonetilleke, An Liu, Shunsuke Managi, Clevo Wilson, Ted Gardner, Erick R. Bandala , Louise Walker, Joseph Holden, Mochamad Agung Wibowo , Suripin Suripin, Himanshu Joshi , Daniel Marcos Bonotto , Darshana Rajapaksa (2017) , “Stormwater Reuse, a viable option: Fact or Fiction”, Economic Analysis and Policy (Elsevier), 56, pp. 14-1

  3. Barbetta, S., Moramarco, T., and Perumal, M. (2017) A Muskingum-based methodology for river discharge estimation and rating curve development under significant lateral inflow conditions, Journal of Hydrology, 554, pp.216-232.

  4. Jahangeer, Gupta P.K., Yadav B. K., (2017) “Transient water flow and Nitrate Movement Simulation in Partially Saturated Zone”. ASCE Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering 143(12): 04017048.

  5. Kumar, V., Sen, S., Evaluation of spring discharge dynamics using recession curve analysis: a case study in data-scarce region, Lesser Himalayas, India. Sustainable Water Resources Management, (2017), doi.org/10.1007/s40899-017-0138-z.

  6. Perumal, M., Tayfur, G., Rao, Ch. M., and Gurarslan, G.(2017) Evaluation of a physically based quasi-liner and a conceptually based nonliner Muskingun methods, Journal of Hydrology, 546, Doi.org/10.1016 j.hydrol, 2017.01.025.

  7. Sen, S., Momblanch, A. Ecosystem Services Assessment and its Implementation in UK. Report of Researcher Exchange May15–June 2, 2017.

  8. ShahS. Sen, M. U. D. Dar, and V. Kumar. 2017. Land-Use/ Land-Cover Change Detection and Analysis in Aglar Watershed, Uttarakhand. Current Journal of Applied Science and Technology, 24 (1): 1-11.

  9. Yadav, B., Mathur, S., Ch., Sudheer, Yadav, B. K. (2018) “A simulation-optimization approach for the consideration of well clogging during cost estimation of in-situ bioremediation system”. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering (DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0001622), 2017.


    2016

  1. D. Adeba, M. L. Kansal, and S. Sen. 2016. Economic Evaluation of Proposed Alternatives of Inter-basin Water Transfer from Baro Akobo to Awash Basin in Ethiopia. Sustainable Water Resources Management, 2: 313.

  2. Gautam, N.P., Arora, M., Goel, N.K., and Kumar, A.R.S. (2016), ‘Investigating the impact of climate change on future runoff of river Satluj’, Journal of Hydrology and Meteorology 8 (1), 10-21.

  3. N. Noori, L. Kalin, S. Sen, P. Srivastava, and C. Lebleu. 2016. Identifying Areas Sensitive to Land Use/ Land Cover Change for Downstream Flooding in a Coastal Alabama Watershed, Regional Environmental Change. DOI 10.1007/s10113-016-0931-5

  4. Panda, S.S., Mason, E., Sen, S., Kim, H.W., Amatya, D.M. Forest Hydrology Management Decision Support with Geospatial Technology. Chapter in Forest Hydrology. CAB International, Nosworthy Way, Wallingford OX10 8DE, United Kingdom, 2016.

  5. Priyanka, Krishan G, Sharma L. M, Yadav B. K., Ghosh N. C. (2016) Analysis of Water Level Fluctuations and TDS Variations in the Groundwater at Mewat (Nuh) District, Haryana (India). Current World Environment, 11(2), 388-398.

  6. Ruiz-Villanueva, V.  Allen, S., Arora, M.,  Goel, N.K., and Stoffel, M. (2016), ‘Recent catastrophic landslide lake outburst floods in the Himalayan mountain range’, Progress in Physical Geography, 0309133316658614-Impact Factor 2.728

    2015

  1. B. Yadav, M. Perumal,and A. Bardossy, Variable parameter McCarthy-Muskingum                method considering lateral flow, Journal of Hydrology, 523: 489-499, 2015, doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2015.01.068, IM: 3.48

  2. Basu, S, Yadav. B. K., and Mathur, S. (2015) “Enhanced Bioremediation of BTEX Contaminated Groundwater in Pot-Scale Wetlands”. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 22(24), 20041-20049

  3. D. Adeba, M. L. Kansal, and S. Sen. 2015. Assessment of Water Scarcity and its Impacts on Sustainable Development in Awash Basin, Ethiopia. Sustainable Water Resources Management 1 (1): 71-87.

  4. Jain, V.K., Pandey, R.P. and Jain, M.K. Spatiotemporal Assessment of Vulnerability to Drought. Natural Hazards, Springer, Vol. 76, pp. 443-469. (DOI:10.1007/s11069-014-1502-z), 2015. (Q1).

  5. Jain, V.K., Pandey, R.P., Jain, M.K. and Byun, H.R. Comparison of Drought Indices for Appraisal of Drought Characteristics in Ken River Basin. Weather and Climate Extremes, Elsevier, Vol. 8, pp. 1 – 11. (DOI:10.1016/j.wace.2015.05.002), 2015. (Q1)

  6. Kar, A.K., Lohani, A.K., Goel, N.K., and Roy, G.P. (2015), ‘Rain gauge network design for flood forecasting using multi-criteria decision analysis and clustering techniques in lower Mahanadi river basin, India’, Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies, Vo. 4, pp. 313-332. Impact Factor ( Journal of Hydrology) 3.882

  7. Kumar, R., Goel, N.K., Chaterjee C., and Nayak, P.C. (2015) ,’Regional flood frequency analysis using soft computing techniques’, Water Resources Management, Springer Science, DOI 10.1007/s11269-015-0922-1.- Impact Factor 2.437

  8. Singh, P.K., Mishra, S.K. Berndtson, R., Jain, M.K. and Pandey, R.P. Development of a Modified SMA Based MSCS-CN Model for Runoff Estimation. Water Resources Management, EWRA, Vol. 29, Issue 11, pp. 4111 – 4127. (DOI: 10.1007/s11269-015-1048-1), 2015. (Q1)

  9. Waikhom, R.S. and Jain, M.K. Continuous Hydrological Modeling using Soil Moisture Accounting Algorithm in Vamsdhara River Basin, India. J. Water Resources and Hydraulic Engineering, Vol. 4, Issue 4, pp. 398 – 408. (DOI: 10.5963/JWRHE0404011), 2015.


    2014

  1.  B. Sahoo, M. Perumal,T. Moramarco, and S. Barbetta, Rating curve development at ungauged river sites using variable parameter Muskingum discharge routing method, Water Resources Management, Journal of European Water Resources Association, 28: 3783-3800, 2014, DOI 10.1007/s11269-014-0709-9. IM: 2.85

  2.  Chakravarti, A. and Jain, M.K. Experimental Investigation and Modelling of Rainfall-Runoff Process. Indian J. of Science and Technology, Vol. 7, No. 12, pp. 2096 – 2106, 2014. (Q3)

  3. Jain, V.K., Jain, M.K., and Pandey, R.P. Effect of the Length of Streamflow Record on Truncation Level for Assessment of Streamflow Drought Characteristics. Hydrologic Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 19, No. 7, pp. 1361-1373. (DOI:10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0000922), 2014. (Q1)

  4. Lohani, A.K., Goel, N.K., and Bhatia, K.K. S. (2014), ‘Improving Real Time Flood Forecasting Using Fuzzy Inference System’, Journal of Hydrology, Elsevier, Vol. 509, pp. 25-41. Impact Factor 3.882

  5. M. J. Madolli, S. Sen, and A. Shinde. 2014. Effect of Climate Change on Rainfall Pattern and Socioeconomic Condition for Karnataka State. Proceedings of International conference entitled “Green India: strategic knowledge for combating climate change-prospects and challenges.” 304-312.

  6. M. J. Madolli, S. Sen, and M. K. Jain. 2014. Trends in Precipitation and Temperature in Karnataka, India. Hydrology Journal, 37(1-4): 61-70.

  7. Mallappa, J.M., Sen, S. and Jain, M.K. Trends in Precipitation and Temperature in Karnataka, India. Hydrology Journal (IAH), Vol. 37, No. 1-4, pp. 61 – 71, 2014.

  8. Maske, S.P. and Jain, M.K. Study on Effect of Surface Roughness on Overland Flow from Different Geometric Surfaces through Numerical Simulation. Hydrological Process, Vol. 28, pp. 2595-2616. (DOI: 10.1002/hyp.9773), 2014. (Q1)

  9. Mishra, S.K., Rawat, S.S., Pandey, R.P., Shiulee Chakraborty, Jain, M.K., Chaube, U.C. Relation Between Runoff Curve Number and PET. Hydrologic Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 19, No. 2, pp. 355-365. (DOI:10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0000780), 2014. (Q1)

  10. Singh, P.K., Mishra, S.K., and Jain, M.K. A Review of Synthetic Unit Hydrograph: from the Empirical UH to the Advanced Geomorphological Methods. Hydrological Sciences Journal, Vol. 59 No. 2, pp. 239-261. (DOI: 10.1080/02626667.2013.870664), 2014. (Q1)

  11. Yadav, B. K., and Junaid, S (2014) “Groundwater vulnerability assessment to contamination using soil moisture flow and solute transport modelling” Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, 141(7), 1-11.

  12. Yadav, B. K., Verma, M., and Singhal, D.C. (2014) “Pollution Risk Assessment of Groundwater of an Intermontane Watershed using GIS based Index Approach”. Hydrology Journal, 37(1-5), 1-77.


    2013

  1. J. Lamba, T. R. Way, P. Srivastava, S. Sen, C. W. Wood, and K. H. Yoo. 2013. Nutrient Loss in Leachate and Surface Runoff from Surface-Broadcast and Subsurface-Banded Broiler Litter. Journal of Environmental Quality. 42: 1574-1582.

  2. Jain S.K., Jain, M.K., and Jindal, H.K. Snowmelt Runoff Modeling in Chenab Basin using Remote Sensing and GIS. Hydrology Journal (IAH), Vol. 36, No. 1-4, pp. 55 – 71, 2013.

  3. Kaleab, H.M.M and Jain, M.K. Runoff and Sediment Modeling using SWAT in Gumera Catchment, Ethiopia. J. Open Journal of Modern Hydrology, Scientific Research, Vol. 3: 196 – 205. (DOI: 10.4236/ojmh.2013.34024), 2013.

  4. Kushwaha, A., and Jain, M.K. Hydrological Simulation in a Forest Dominated Watershed in Himalayan Region using SWAT Model. J. Water Resources Management, Springer, Vol. 27: 3005 – 3023. (DOI: 10.1007/s11269-013-0329-9), 2013. (Q1)

  5. M. Perumal, and R.K. Price, A fully mass conservative variable parameter McCarthy-Muskingum method: Theory and verification, Journal of Hydrology, 502: 89-102,2013, doi: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2013.08.023. IM: 3.48

  6. M. Saxena, and M. Perumal, Appraisal of overland flow modelling using HEC-HMS and a variable parameter Muskingum method, ISH Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, 20: 102-110, 2013, doi.org/10.1080/09715010.2013.848607, IM: 0.36

  7. Meena, B.L., Agrawal, J.D. and Jain, M.K. Reconstruction of missing rainfall data using artificial neural network. Indian J. Power and River Valley Development, Vol. 63, No. 5&6, pp. 82-86, 2013.

  8. Negash, W., Goel, N.K. and Jain, M.K. (2013), ‘Temporal and Spatial Variability of Annual and Seasonal Rainfall over Ethiopia’, Hydrological Sciences journal, Vol. 58(2) pp. 1-20. Impact Factor 2.156

  9. Singh, P.K., Mishra, S.K. and Jain, M.K. Suitability of Distribution Function Based Models for SUH Derivation. J. Indian Water Resources Society, Vol. 33, No. 4, pp. 33-41, 2013.

  10. Wagesho, N., Goel, N.K., and Jain, M.K. Temporal and Spatial Variability of Annual and Seasonal Rainfall over Ethiopia. Hydrological Sciences J., Vol. 58, No. 2, pp. 1-20. (DOI:10.1080/02626667.2012.754543), 2013. (Q1)

  11. Wagesho, N., Jain, M.K. and Goel, N.K. Effect of Climate Change on Runoff Generation: An Application to Rift Valley Lakes Basin of Ethiopia. J. Hydrologic Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 18, No. 8, pp. 1048-1063. (DOI:10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0000647), 2013. (Q1)

  12. Yadav, B. K., Ansari, F.A., Basu, S., and Mathur, A.  (2013) “Remediation of LNAPL contaminated groundwater using plant-assisted biostimulation and bioaugmentation methods, Water, Air, & Soil Pollution, 225:1793-1801.


    2012

  1. A.D. Kemble, M. Perumal, and M.K. Jain, Study of Overland Flow Phenomenon using Experimental and Modeling Approach, ISH Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, 18 (3): 162-172, 2012, DOI:10.1080/09715010.2012.721182, IM:0.36

  2. Gautam, N.P., Arora, M., Goel, N.K. and Kumar, A.R.S. (2012), ‘Investigation of Impact of Climate Change on Future Runoff of River Satluj’, Journal of Hydrology and Meteorology, Nepal, Vol. 8/1 pp. 10-21 Impact Factor Not Available

  3. J. Lamba, T. R. Way, P. Srivastava, S. Sen, C. W. Wood, and K. H. Yoo. 2012. Surface Transport of Nutrients from Surface-Broadcast and Subsurface-Banded Broiler litter. Transactions of the ASABE. 55 (3): 979-985.

  4. Jain, M.K., Durbude, D., and Mishra, S.K. Improved CN based Long Term Hydrological Simulation Model. J. Hydrologic Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 17, No. 11, pp. 1204 - 1220. (DOI:10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0000592), 2012. (Q1).

  5. Jhajharia D., Yadav, B. K., Maske, S., and Kar, A.K. (2012) “Identification of trends in rainfall, rainy days and 24 hours maximum rainfall over sub-tropical Assam in Northeast India” Elsevier J. Comptes Rendus Geoscience, 344(1), 1-13

  6. Kar, A.K., Winn, L.L., Lohani, A.K. and Goel, N.K. (2012), ‘Soft Computing- Based Workable Flood Forecasting Model for Ayeyarwady River basin of Myanmar’, Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, ASCE, 17: 807- 822. Impact Factor 1.34

  7. Kemble, A.D., Perumal, M., and Jain, M.K. Study of Overland Flow Phenomenon using Experimental and Modeling Approach. ISH Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, Taylor & Frances, Vol. 18, No. 3, pp. 162-172. (DOI: 10.1080/09715010.2012.721182), 2012. (Q3)

  8. Negash, W., Goel, N.K. and Jain, M.K. (2012), ‘Investigation of Non-Stationarity in Hydro-climatic Variables at Rift Valley Lakes Basin of Ethiopia’, Journal of Hydrology, Elsevier,Vol. 445-445 pp. 113-133. Impact Factor 3.882

  9. Negash, W., Jain, M.K., and Goel, N.K. (2012), ‘Impact of Climate Change on Runoff Generation: An Application to Rift Valley Lakes Basin of Ethiopia’, Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 18(8), pp. 1048-1063. Impact Factor 1.34

  10. Rahman, M. M., Arya, D.S. and Goel. N.K. (2012), “Rainfall statistics evaluation of ECMWF and TRMM rainfall data over Bangladesh for flood related studies’, Journal of “Meteorological Applications”, Wiley InterScience, Vol. 19/4, pp.501-512. Impact Factor -1.273

  11. Rahman, M. M., Goel. N.K., and Arya, D.S., (2012), ‘Development of Jamuneswari Flood Forecasting System –A case study in Bangladesh”, Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, ASCE, Vo. 17 (10), pp. 1123-1140. Awarded ASCE -EWRI -2014 best case study Impact Factor 1.34

  12. Rahman, M. M., Goel. N.K., and Arya, D.S., (2012), “Study of Early Flood Warning Dissemination System in Bangladesh” Journal of Flood Risk Management, Wiley-Blackwell, DOI: 10.1111/jfr3.12012 Impact Factor 1.377

  13. S. Sen, P. Srivastava, P. A. Vadas, and L. Kalin. 2012. Watershed-level Comparison of Predictability and Sensitivity of Two Phosphorus Models. Journal of Environmental Quality. 41: 1–11.

  14. Wagesho, N., Goel, N.K., and Jain, M.K. Investigation of Non-Stationarity in Hydro-climatic Variables at Rift Valley Lakes Basin of Ethiopia. J. Hydrology, Elsevier, Vol. 444-445, pp. 113-133. (DOI:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2012.04.011), 2012. (Q1).

  15. Yadav, B. K., Hassanizadeh, S. M. and Rajbhandari, S. (2012) “Biodegradation of toluene under seasonal and diurnal fluctuations of soil-water temperature conditions”, Water, Air, & Soil Pollution, 223(7), 3579-3588


    2011

  1. Durbude, D., Jain, M.K. and Mishra, S.K. Long term Hydrological Simulation using an SCS-CN based Advanced Soil Moisture Accounting Procedure. J. Hydrological Process, Vol. 24, No. 4, pp. 561-579. (DOI: 10.1002/hyp.7789), 2011. (Q1).

  2. Gundekar, H.G., Arya, D.S. and Goel, N.K. (2011), ’Morphometric study of the Dudhana basin (Maharashtra)’, Hydrology journal of IAH, Vo. 34, issue 1 and 2, pp. 33-41.

  3. Jain, M.K. Recession of Discharge. In: Encyclopedia of Snow, Ice and Glaciers, Encyclopedia of Earth Science Series, by Singh, V.P; Singh, P and Haritashya, U.K. (Editors). Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 922 – 924 ISBN: 978-90-481-1641-5, 2011.

  4. Kar, A.K., Goel, N.K., Lohani, A.K. and Roy, G.P. (2011), ‘Application of Clustering Techniques Using Prioritised Variables in Regional Flood Frequency Analysis ‐ A Case Study of Mahanadi Basin’, Journal of Hydrologic Engineering; Vol. 17(1), pp. 213-223. Impact Factor 1.34

  5. Lohani, A.K., Goel, N.K., and Bhatia, K.K. S. (2011),’ Comparative study of neural network, fuzzy logic and linear transfer function techniques in daily rainfall- runoff modeling under different input domains’, Hydrological Processes, Vol. 25, pp. 175-193.

  6. Perumal, M., Moramarco T, Barbetta,S, Melone,F., and Sahoo,B (2011) Real-time flood stage forecasting by variable parameter Muskingum stage hydrograph routing method, Hydrology Research,42.2-3,  IWA Publishing doi:10.2166/nh.2011.063, 150-161.

  7. Rahman, M.M. , Arya, D.S. , Goel, N.K. and Dhamy, A.P. (2011),’ Design Flow and Stage Computations in the Teesta River, Bangladesh Using Frequency Analysis and MIKE 11 Modelling, Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, ASCE, Volume 16, Issue 2, pp. 176-186.

  8. Singh, P.K., Jain, M.K. and Mishra, S.K. Fitting a Simplified two-parameter Gamma Distribution Function for Synthetic Sediment Graph Derivation from Ungauged Catchments. Arab J. Geosciences, Springer. (DOI: 10.1007/s12517-011-0473-6), 2011. (Q3).


    2010

  1. Jain, M.K. and Das, D. Estimation of Sediment Yield and Areas of Soil Erosion and Deposition for Watershed Prioritization using GIS and Remote Sensing. J. Water Resources Management, Springer, Vol. 24: 2091 – 2112. (DOI: 10.1007/s11269-009-9540-0), 2010. (Q1).

  2. Jain, M.K., Mishra, S.K. and Shah, R.B. Estimation of Sediment Yield and Areas Vulnerable to Soil Erosion and Deposition in a Himalayan Watershed using GIS. Current Science, Vol. 98, No. 2, pp. 213 – 221, 2010. (Q2)

  3. Kar, A.K., Lohani, A.K., Goel, N.K. and Roy, G.P. (2010), ‘Development of Flood Forecasting System Using Statistical and ANN Techniques in the Downstream Catchment of Mahanadi Basin, India’, J. Water Resource and Protection, 2010, 2, 880-887.

  4. Perumal, M., Moramarco, T., Sahoo, B., and Barbetta, S. (2010), On the practical applicability of theVPMS routing method for rating curve development at ungauged river sites, Water Resour. Res., 46, W03522, doi:10.1029/2009WR00810

  5. Rahman, M.M. , Arya, D.S. and Goel, N.K. (2010),’Limitation of 90 m SRTM DEM in drainage network delineation using D8 method—a case study in flat terrain of Bangladesh’, Journal of Appl. Geomat. , Springer, Volume 2/ 2, pp. 49-58.

  6. Sarkar, S., Goel, N.K., and Mathur, B.S. (2010) “Performance investigation of Nakagami-m Distribution to Derive Flood Hydrograph by Genetic Algorithm Optimization Approach”, Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, ASCE, 15(8),658-666.


    2009

  1. Basistha, A., Arya, D.S., and Goel, N.K. (2009), ‘Analysis of historical changes in rainfall in the Indian Himalayas’, International journal of Climatology, Vo. 29/4, pp. 555- 572.

  2. Jain, M.K., Mishra, S.K. and Shah, R.B. Identification of Sediment Source and Sink in a Himalayan Watershed using Remote Sensing and GIS. Land Degradation and Development, Vol. 20: 623 – 639. (DOI: 10.1002/ldr.952), 2009. (Q1)
  1. Perumal, M., and Sahoo, B., Moramarco, T., and Barbetta, S. (2009), Multilinear Muskingum method for stage-hydrograph routing in compound channels, Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, ASCE, April, Vol.14(7), 663-670.

  2. Sarkar, S., Goel, N. K., and Mathur, B. S. (2009),’Adequacy of Nakagami-m distribution function to derive GIUH’, Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, ASCE, 14(10), 1070-1079

    2008

  1. Basistha, A., Arya, D.S., and Goel, N.K. (2008), ‘Spatial distribution of rainfall in Indian Himalayas- a case study of Uttarakhand region’, Water Resources Management, Vol. 22/10, pp. 1325-1346.

  2. Mishra, S.K., Jain, M.K., Suresh Babu, P., Venugopal, K. And Kaliappan, S. Comparison of AMC-Dependent CN-conversion Formulae. J. Water Resources Management, Springer, Vol. 22, pp. 1409-1420. (DOI: 10.1007/s11269-007-9233-5), 2008. (Q1).

  3. Mishra, S.K., Pandey, R.P., Jain, M.K. and Singh, V.P. A Rain Duration and Modified AMC-Dependent SCS-CN Procedure for Long Duration Rainfall-Runoff Events. J. Water Resources Management, Springer, Vol. 22, pp. 861-876. (DOI: 10.1007/s11269-007-9196-6), 2008. (Q1).

  4. Perumal, M., and Sahoo, B. (2008), Volume conservation controversy of variable parameter Muskingum-Cunge method, Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, April, Vol.134(4), 475-485.

  5. Singh, P.K., Mishra, S.K., Jain, M.K. and Bhunya, P.K. A Review on Synthetic Unit Hydrograph Methods. Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 10, EGU2008-A-00000, 2008.


    2007

  1. Arora,M., Singh, P., Goel, N.K. and Singh, R.D.( 2007),’ Climate variability influences on hydrological response of a large Himalayan basin’, Water Resources Management, Vo. 22/10, pp. 1461-1475.

  2. Basistha, A., Goel, N.K., Arya, D.S. and Gangwar, S.K. (2007), ‘Spatial Pattern of Trends in Indian Sub-divisional Rainfall’, special issue of Jal Vigyan Samiksha on 'climate change'

  3. Deshmukh, S.B., Pandey, V.K. and Jain, M.K. Integration of GIS with MUSLE in Assessment of Sediment Yield. Indian J. Soil Conservation, Vol. 35, No. 1, pp. 1-5, 2007.

  4. Lohani, A.K., Goel, N.K., and Bhatia, K.K. S. (2007),’ Setting up stage-discharge-sediment concentration relationship using fuzzy logic’, Hydrological Sciences journal, Vol. 52/4, pp. 793-807.

  5. Perumal, M. and Ranga Raju, K.G. (2007) Variable parameter Muskingum routing consideringdownstream effects. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 133(11), 1249-1260.

  6. Perumal, M. and Sahoo, B. (2007), Limitations of real-time models for forecasting river flooding from monsoon rainfall, Natural Hazards,Springer Verlag Publishers, The Netherlands, Vol. 42(2), doi:10.1007/s11069-006-9082-1, 415-422.

  7. Perumal, M., and Sahoo, B. (2007), Applicability criteria of the variable parameter Muskingum stage and discharge routing methods, Water Resources Research,American Geophysical Union (AGU),Vol. 43(5), W05409, doi: 10.1029/2006WR004909, 1-20.

  8. Perumal, M., Moramarco, T., and Melone, F. (2007), A caution about the multilinear discrete lag-cascade model for flood routing, Journal of Hydrology, Elsevier Publications, Vol. 338,doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2007.02.022, 308-314.

  9. Perumal, M., Moramarco, T., Sahoo, B., and Barbetta, S. (2007) A methodology for discharge estimation and rating curve development at ungauged river sites, Water Resources Research, American Geophysical Union, Vol. 43(2), W02412,doi: 10.1029/2005WR004609, 1-22.

  10. Rai, R.K., Jain, M.K., Mishra, S.K., Ojha, C.S.P. and Singh, V.P. Another Look at Z-transform Technique for Deriving Unit Impulse Response Function. J. Water Resources Management, Springer. Vol. 21, No. 11, pp. 1829-1848. (DOI: 10.1007/s11269-006-9132-1), 2007. (Q1).

  11. Sahu, R.K., Mishra, S.K., Eldho, T.I, and Jain, M.K. An Advanced Soil Moisture Accounting Procedure for SCS Curve Number Method. J. Hydrological Processes, Vol. 21, No.21, pp. 2872-2881. (DOI: 10.1002/hyp.6503), 2007. (Q1).

    2006

  1. Arora,M., Singh, P., Goel, N.K. and Singh, R.D.( 2006),’ Spatial Distribution and Seasonal Variability of Rainfall in a Mountainous Basin in the Himalayan Region’, Water Resources management, Vol. 20/4, pp. 489-508.

  2. Goel, N.K., Kumar, S., and Gairola, A. (2006),’Extreme wind quantile estimation using a pooled frequency analysis approach’, Journal of Wind Engineering, Vo. 3/1, pp. 48-65.

  3. Jain, M.K., Mishra, S.K. and Singh, V.P. Evaluation of AMC-Dependent SCS-CN-Based Models using Watershed Characteristics. J. Water Resources Management, Springer, Vol. 20, No. 4, pp. 531-552. Available online at doi: 10.1007/s11269-006-3086-1, 2006. (Q1).

  4. Jain, M.K., Mishra, S.K., Babu, P.S., and Venugopal, K. On the Ia-S Relation of the SCS-CN Method. J. Nordic Hydrology, Vol. 37, No. 3, pp. 261-275, 2006. (Q2).

  5. Jain, M.K., Mishra, S.K., Babu, P.S., Venugopal, K. and Singh, V.P. Enhanced Runoff Curve Number Model Incorporating Storm Duration and a Non-Linear Ia-S Relation. J. Hydrologic Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 11, No. 6, pp. 631-635, 2006. (Q1).

  6. Lohani, A.K., Goel, N.K., and Bhatia, K.K. S. (2006),’ Takagi-Sugeno fuzzy inference system for modeling stage-discharge relationship’, Journal of Hydrology, Elsevier, Vol. 131/1-2, pp. 146-160.

  7. Mishra, S.K., Sahu, R.K., Eldho, T.I, and Jain, M.K. A Generalized Relation Between Initial Abstraction and Potential Maximum Retention in SCS-CN-Based Model. J. River Basin Management, IAHR, Vol. 4, Issue 4, 2006. (Q3).

  8. Mishra, S.K., Sahu, R.K., Eldho, T.I. and Jain, M.K. An Improved Ia-S Relation Incorporating Antecedent Moisture in SCS-CN Methodology. J. Water Resources Management, Springer, Vol. 20, No. 5, pp. 643-660. Available online at doi: 10.1007/s11269-005-9000-4, 2006. (Q1).

  9. Singh, P., Arora, M. and Goel, N.K. (2006),’Effect of climate change on runoff of a glaciarized Himalayan basin’, Hydrological Processes Journal, vol. 20.

   
    2005


  1. Arora, M., Goel, N.K. and Singh, P. (2005),’ Evaluation of temperature trends over India’, Hydrological Sciences journal, Vol. 50/1, pp.81-93.

  2. Jain M.K., Kothyari U.C. and Ranga Raju. K.G. GIS based Distributed Model for Soil Erosion and Rate of Sediment Outflow from Catchments. J. Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 131, No. 9, pp.  755-769, 2005. (Q1).

  3. Jain, M.K. and Rai, R.K. Rainfall Runoff Modelling of Kolar Catchment using Watershed Modelling System. International Agricultural Engineering J., Vol. 14, No. 2, pp. 55-66, 2005. (Q4)

  4. Jain, M.K. and Singh, V.P. DEM Based Modelling of Surface Runoff using Diffusion Wave Equation. J. Hydrology, Elsevier Science, Vol. 302, No. 1-4, pp. 107-126, 2005. (Q1).

  5. Jain, S.K., Singh, R.D., Jain, M.K. and Lohani, A.K. Delineation of Flood Prone Areas using Remote Sensing Techniques. J. Water Resources Management, Springer, Vol. 19, No. 4, pp. 333-347, 2005. (Q1).

  6. Mishra, S.K., Jain, M.K., Bhunya, P.K. and Singh, V.P. Field Applicability of the SCS-CN-Based Mishra-Singh General Model and its Variant. J. Water Resources Management, Springer, Vol. 19, No. 1, pp. 37- 62, 2005. (Q1).

  7. Mishra, S.K., Jain, M.K., Hawkins, R.H. and Singh, V.P. Investigation of the SCS-CN-Inspired General Mishra-Singh Model. J. Indian Water Resources Society (IWRS), Vol. 25, No. 1, pp. 1-24, 2005.

  8. Mishra, S.K., Jain, M.K., Pandey, R.P., and Singh, V.P. Catchment Area-Based Evaluation of the AMC-Dependent SCS-CN-Inspired Rainfall-Runoff Models. J. Hydrological Processes, Vol. 19, No. 14, 2701-2718. (DOI: 10.1002/hyp.5736), 2005. (Q1).

    2004

  1. Arora, M., Goel, N.K., Singh, P. and Singh R.D. (2004),’Regional flow duration curve for a Himalayan River basin in India’ Nordic Hydrology, Vol. 36/2 ,pp.193-206

  2. Bhatt, V.K., Goel, N.K. and Mathur, B.S. (2004),’ Regional flood frequency analysis using artificial neural network’, Indian Journal of Soil Conservation, Vol. 32(3) pp 178-183.

  3. Goel, N.K., Burn, D.H., Pandey, M.D. and Ying An (2004),’ Wind quantile estimation using a pooled frequency analysis approach’, Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics, Vo. 92/6, pp.509-528.

  4. Jain, M.K., Kothyari U.C. and Ranga Raju. K.G. A GIS based Distributed Rainfall Runoff Model. J. Hydrology, Elsevier Science, Vol. 299, No. 1-2, pp. 107-135, 2004. (Q1).

  5. Mishra, S.K., Jain, M.K., and Singh, V.P. Evaluation of SCS-CN-based Model Incorporating Antecedent Moisture. J. Water Resources Management, Springer, Vol. 18, No. 6, pp. 567-589, 2004. (Q1).

  6. Perumal, M., Shrestha, K.B., and Chaube, U.C. (2004) Reproduction of hysteresis in rating curves. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE 130(9), 870-878.

  7. Rai, R.K., Patel, R.A.S., Rastogi, R.A. and Jain, M.K. Response Functions of Suspended Sediment Flow for a Himalayan Watershed. International Agricultural Engineering J., 13(1&2), pp. 37-46, 2004. (Q4).


    2003

  1. Jaiswal, R.K., Goel, N.K., Singh, P., and Thomas, T. (2003),’ L- moment based flood frequency modelling’, Institution of Engineers (India) Journal- CV, vol. 84, p. 6-10.

  2. Mishra, S.K., Jain, M.K., Pandey, R.P. and Singh, V.P. Evaluation of the AMC-Dependent SCS-CN-based Models using Large Data of Small Watersheds. Water and Energy International J., Vol. 60, No. 3, pp. 13-23, 2003. (Q4)


    2002

  1. Kothyari, U.C., Jain M.K. and Ranga Raju K.G. Estimation of Temporal Variation of Sediment Yield using GIS. Hydrological Sciences J., IAHS, Vol. 47, No. 5, pp 693-706, 2002. (Q1).

  2. Thomas, T, Singh, P., Goel, N.K. and Jaiswal, R.K. (2002),’ Snowmelt runoff modeling in Bease river basin’, Institution of Engineers India journal- CV, Vol. 83, p. 146-148.

  3. Zhou, Gangyan, Goel, N.K. and Bhatt, V.K. (2002),' Stochastic modelling of sediment load of upper Yangtze river (China)', Hydrological Sciences Journal, Vol. 47s , p. s93-s105.


    2001

  1. Burn, D.H. and Goel, N.K. (2001),' Flood frequency analysis for Red River at Winnipeg', Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering, Vol. 28, pp. 355-362.

  2. Kurothe, R.S., Goel, N.K. and Mathur, B.S. (2001),' Derivation of curve number and kinematic wave based flood frequency distribution', Hydrological Sciences Journal, Vol. 46(4), pp. 571-584.

  3. Goel, N.K., Burn, D.H. and Chander, S. (2001), 'Regionalisation of hydrological parameters’, Hydrology Journal of IAH, Vol. 24(3), pp. 25-32.

  4. Jaiswal, R.K., Goel, N.K., Singh, P. Seth, S.M. and Thomas, T. (2001),’Flood frequency modeling for Beas basin’, Hydrology Journal of IAH, Vo. 24(2), pp. 21-34.

  5. Mishra, S.K., Seth, S.M., Srivastava, D.K. and Goel, N.K. (2001),’ Derivation of operation policies for the multipurpose Ramganga reservoir (India)’, Water and Energy International, CBIP, Vol. 58/1 pp. 26-40.

  6. Perumal, M., O'Connell,P.E., and Ranga Raju,K.G. (2001) Field applications of a variable-parameter Muskingum method. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, ASCE 6(3):196-207.

           2000

  1. Burn, D.H. and Goel, N.K. (2000),' The formation of groups for regional flood frequency analysis', Hydrological Sciences Journal, Vol. 45(1), pp. 97-112. (paper won Khosla Research Prize 2001)

  2. Fikru Gemtech, Arya, D.S. and Goel, N.K. (2000), 'Streamflow forecasting using artificial neural network', Water and Energy International, CBIP, Vol. 57 (1), pp. 30 -37.

  3. Goel, N.K., Kurothe, R.S., Mathur, B.S. and Vogel, R.M. (2000),' A derived flood frequency distribution for correlated rainfall intensity and duration', Journal of Hydrology, Elsevier, Vol. 228, pp. 56-67.

  4. Jain, M.K. and Kothyari, U.C. Estimation of Soil Erosion and Sediment Yield using GIS. Hydrological Sciences J., IAHS, Vol. 45, No. 5, pp. 771-786, 2000. (Q1).

  5. Thomas, T., Singh, P., Goel, N.K., Seth, S.M. and Jaiswal, R.K. (2000),’ Hydrologic modeling of a snowfed river basin’, Hydrology Journal of IAH, Vo. 23(1-4), pp. 1-11.

  6. Venkatesh, B and Jain, M.K. Simulation of Daily Flows using Topography based Rainfall Runoff Model. J. Institution of Engineers (India), Vol. 81, pp. 127-132, 2000.


    1999

  1. Perumal, M. and Ranga Raju,K.G. (1999) Approximate convection-diffusion equations. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, ASCE. 4(2): 161-164

    1998

  1. Goel, N.K. and Banerjee, S. (1998), ' Performance evaluation of flood quantile estimators on flood like Wakeby parents', Water and Energy International, CBIP, Vol. 55/4, pp. 53-63.

  2. Goel, N.K. and Seth, S.M. (1998),' Probabilistic modelling of flood characteristics of a large elongated basin', Water and Energy International, CBIP, Vol. 55/3 pp. 23-31.

  3. Goel, N.K., Seth, S.M. and Chandra Satish (1998), 'Multivariate modelling of flood flows', ASCE, Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, Vol. 124/2, pp. 146-155. ( Paper won Khosla Research Prize 1999)

  4. Jain, M.K. and Soni, B. GIS based Rainfall Runoff Modelling of a Catchment. Hydrology Journal (IAH), Vol. 21, No. 1-4, pp. 53-66, 1998.

  5. Perumal,M. and Ranga Raju,K.G. (1998) Variable-parameter stage-hydrograph routing method II : Evaluation. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, ASCE. 3(2): 115-121

  6. Perumal,M.and Ranga Raju,K.G. (1998) Variable-parameter stage-hydrograph routing method I: Theory,Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, ASCE. 3(2): 109-114

          1997

  1. Goel, N.K., Lone, M.A. and Mathur, B.S. (1997),' Regional flood frequency analysis for Jhelum river basin', Journal of Institution of Engineers (India), Vol.78, pp.38-41

  2. Jain, M.K. and Seth S.M. Rainfall Runoff Modelling of a Himalayan Catchment using a Distributed Approach. J. Institution of Engineers (India), Vol. 78, pp. 89-92, 1997.

  3. Kurothe, R.S., Goel, N.K. and Mathur, B.S. (1997),' Derived flood frequency Distribution for negatively correlated rainfall intensity and duration', Water Resources Research, Vol. 33, pp. 2103-2107.

  4. Mishra, S.K., Jain, M.K. and Seth, S.M. Characterization of Flood Waves by Rating Curves. Hydrology Research, Vol. 28, No. 1, pp. 51-64, 1997. (Q2).

    1996

  1. Jain, M.K., Seth, S.M. and Ramasastri, K.S. Simulation of Daily Runoff of Hemavati Sub-basin at Sakleshpur using Tank Model. J. Institution of Engineers (India), Vol. 77, pp. 67-71, 1996.


    1995

  1. Jain, M.K. and Seth, S.M. Derivation of IUH for small Watersheds using a Geomorphological Approach. Hydrology Journal (IAH), Vol. 18, No. 1&2, pp. 78-92, 1995.

    1994

  1. Mehrotra, R., Goel, N. K. and Singh, R. (1994),' Monthly streamflow generation using condensed disaggregation model, Hydrology Journal of IAH, Vol. XVII/1-2.

  2. Perumal,M. (1994) Hydrodynamic derivation of a variable parameter Muskingum method- Part 2: Verification. Hydrological Sciences- Journal of IAHS. 39(5): 443-458

  3. Perumal,M. (1994) Hydrodynamic derivation of a variable parameter Muskingum method- Part 1:Theory and solution procedure. Hydrological Sciences-Journal of IAHS. 39(5):431-442.

  4. Perumal,M. (1994) Multilinear discrete cascade model for channel routing. Journal of Hydrology. 158: 135-150

  5. Saleh, N., Singh, R. and Goel, N.K. (1990), 'Monthly streamflow generation of Cimanuk project, Indonesia', Hydrology Journal of IAH, Vol.XIII/4.

    1993

  1. Dooge,J.C.I., M.Perumal and Q.J.Wang. (1993). Step function response of a Muskingum reach. Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, ASCE. 119(2): 410-415

  2. Goel, N.K. and De, M. (1993),' Development of unbiased plotting position formula for General Extreme value distribution', Journal of Stochastic Hydrology and Hydraulics, Springer, Vol.7/l, pp. 1-7.

     1992

  1. Perumal, M. (1992) Simulation of dam break flood waves. Jalvigyan Sameeksha - a publication of Indian National Committee on Hydrology. VII(1)

  2. Perumal,M. (1992) Multilinear Muskingum flood routing method. Journal of Hydrology. 133: 259-272

  3. Perumal,M. (1992) The cause of negative initial outflow with the Muskingum method. Hydrological Sciences-Journal of IAHS. 37(4): 391-401

    1989

  1. Goel, N.K. and Seth, S.M. (1989), 'Studies on plotting position formula for Gumbel Distribution', Journal of the Institution of Engineers (India), Vol.70, part CV4.

  2. Perumal,M. (1989) Unification of Muskingum difference schemes. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE. 115(4): 536-543

    1985

  1. Perumal, M. (1985) Stability analysis of Muskingum difference schemes. Hydrology Journal of Indian Association of Hydrologists. VIII (4).

 

 

International Conferences

  1. Guntu, R.K., Agarwal, A. 2021. Space-time framework for precipitation regionalization based on neural networks coupled with information entropy, 6th IAHR Europe Congress, Poland, February 15-18, 2021. In: Kalinowska, M; Rowinski, P; Okruszko, T; Nones, M (Eds.), 6th IAHR Europe Congress Abstract Book, 542-543; ISBN: 978-83-66847-01-9

  2. Guntu, R.K., Agarwal, A. 2021. Concurrent dry and hot events during the Indian summer monsoon and its linkages to ENSO, Workshop on Compound Weather and Climate Events, University of Bern, Switzerland, 12 - 15 January 2021
    https://www.oeschger.unibe.ch/unibe/portal/fak_naturwis/g_dept_kzen/d_c_oeschger/content/e54522/e54528/e118437/e920856/e920874/e920877/CompoundEvents2021_Abstracts_eng.pdf

  3. Lo, J. S. C.; Deka, B. J.; Chopra, S., Tso, C. Y.; Daoud, W.; Lin, C. S. K.; Food waste-derived medical textiles for healthcare apparel and personal protective equipment, BioEnergy Society of Singapore (BESS) Webinar Series on Innovations in Biochemicals and Bioprocesses, 14-15 December 2020 (International conference).
  4. Ravi Kumar Guntu, Ankit Agarwal. AGU Poster Presentation : Spatial extent of concurrent extremes over India and its teleconnection to climate indices.https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm20/meetingapp.cgi/Paper/667620

  5. Karisma Yumnam. AGU Poster Presentation : Emerging Spatiotemporal Patterns and Trends of Extremes in Indian Summer Monsoon. https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm20/meetingapp.cgi/Paper/725144

  6. Saurav Raj, Ankit Agarwal. AGU Poster Presentation : Accounting magnitude, spatial extent and duration for ranking of extreme precipitation events in Indian Western Himalayan. https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm20/meetingapp.cgi/Paper/740731

  7. Ravi Kumar, Guntu and  Ankit Agarwal (2020). Standardized Variability Index (SVI): A multiscale index to assess the variability of precipitation. JpGU-AGU Joint Meeting 2020, Chiba, Japan https://confit.atlas.jp/guide/event/jpgu2020/subject/AAS14-P22/class?cryptoId= 

  8. Kumar, Ajay; Joshi, Himanshu; Kumar, Anil (2018), ‘Exploring the scope of nanoparticles for arsenic removal in groundwater’ paper presented to 7th International Congress on Arsenic in the Environment (As2018) organized by International Society of Groundwater for Sustainable Development at Beijing, China from 1st  to 6th July,2018. CRC Press Publishing.

  9. Kumar, Ajay; Joshi, Himanshu; Kumar, Anil (2018), ‘An approach of utilizing the industry waste in the development of maghemite functionalized nanostructures for arsenic removal’ paper will be presented to Water Security and Climate Change Conference organized by International Network on Sustainable Water Management in Developing Countries (SWINDON) at Nairobi, Kenya from 3rd  to 5th December, 2018.

  10. Murumkar A, Arya D.S., Shedekar, VS. 2018. Climate Change Impact on Rainfall and Streamflow in Bhima River Basin, India. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Sustainable Water Management, Chandigarh, India, 10-11th December 2018.

  11. Shachi, Yadav, B.K., Rahman, A.M., Pal M., “Multiphase flow behavior during CO2 geo-sequestration in carbonate formations”. The Eleventh international conference on thermal engineering theory and applications (ICTEA-2018), Doha Qatar, 25-28 February,2018.

  12. Shachi, Brijesh Kumar Yadav, M. Aziz Rahman, “Geological CO2 storage in saline carbonate formations using core flooding experiments”. EGU General Assembly 2018, Vienna, Austria 8-13 April, 2018

  13. Shachi, Yadav, B.K., Rahman, A.M., Pal M., “Multiphase flow behavior during CO2 sequestration in saline carbonate formations using core-flooding experiment”. AGU-2018 Fall meeting, Washington DC, 10-14 December, 2018

  14. Anooja Thomas and Brijesh Kumar Yadav. "Influence of different boundary conditions on root water uptake pattern of plants under non-optimal soil moisture conditions” AGU Fall Meeting, Washington, D.C., 10-14 Dec, 2018.

  15. Anooja Thomas Purkayastha, Kuntal and Brijesh Kumar Yadav. "Soil moisture modeling using hydraulic redistribution and root compensation mechanisms of plants in stratified vadose zone” The Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, Indiana, 4-7, 2018.

  16. Singh, R.K. and Jain, M.K. Streamflow and ecological flow variation analysis for the Roanoke River in south-eastern United States. GWS-0220, ASABE Global Water Security Conference for Agriculture and Natural Resources, October 3 – 6, 2018, Hyderabad,India.

  17. Singh, R.K. and Jain, M.K. Assessing impact of dam on inter-annual flow variability and its implications in the Roanoke River, USA. 4th International Conference of Water Resources and Environment (WRE-2018), July 17 – 21, 2018, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan.

  18. Singh, R.K. and Jain, M.K. Stream health and variability analysis of Roanoke River, USA, HYDRO-2018, December 19 – 21, 2018, NIT, Patna.

  19. Nanda, A., Sen, S. Understanding Hydrological Connectivity using Spatiotemporal Patterns of Soil Moisture in Lesser Himalayan Hillslopes. Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2018, May 20-24, 2018, Chiba, Japan

  20. Sen, D., Sen, S. Hydrogeology based Revival of Drying Springs through Community Participation: A case Study from the Indian Himalayan Region. Asian Ministerial Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction 2018 (AMCDRR), Mongolia, July, 3-6, 2018.

  21. Jain, M.K. and Parvaze, S. (2017) Hydrodynamic modelling of extreme flood events in the Kashmir valley in India. Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 19, EGU2017-12021-1, 2017. EGU General Assembly, 23-28, April 2017.

  22. Gupta, V. and Jain, M.K. (2017) Spatio-Temporal analysis of trends and periodicities of regional drought projections in India. Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 19, EGU2017-15327, 2017. EGU General Assembly, 23-28 April 2017.

  23. Jain, M.K. and Negash, W. (2017) Assessment of Runoff Generation at Rift Valley Lakes Basin of Ethiopia for present and future climate scenario. 2018 International SWAT Conference Jan. 10 to 12, 2018, IIT Chennai.

  24. Nanda, A., and Sen, S., (2017) Identifying runoff generation mechanisms and its controlling parameters in the Lesser Himalayan hillslopes, AGU Fall Meeting, New Orleans, USA, Dec. 11-15, 2017

  25. Gupta, V. and Jain, M.K. (2017) Comparison of SPI and SPEI Indices for Drought Characterization under Climate Change, AGU Fall Meeting, New Orleans, USA, Dec. 11-15,2017

  26. Gupta, P.K., Yadav B., Yadav, B.K., (2018). Transport of LNAPL and biofilm growth in subsurface under dynamic groundwater conditions. C001723-Oral presentation in Japan Geoscience Union (JpGU) Chiba-city, Japan, May 20-24 2018.

  27. Perumal, M. 2017 “Resolving the paradox of the Jones formula for flood discharge estimation”, Proceedings of the ASCE-EWRI Congress, May 21-25, Sacramento, USA Paper ID: 247971.

  28. Perumal, M., and Madhusudana Rao “Effect of spatial and temporal discretizations on the simulations using constant – parameter and variable – parameter Muskingum methods”. 2018 International SWAT Conference Jan. 10 to 12, 2018, IIT Chennai.

  29. Abhishek, Yadav, B.K., Gupta, P. K., (2018). Morphological Variations in Unsaturated Porous Media due to LNAPL Contamination. Poster in Japan Geoscience Union (JpGU) Chiba-city, Japan, May 20-24 2018.

  30. Gupta P.K. and Yadav, B.K., (2018), “Modeling dissolution of light non-aqueous phase liquids in subsurface”. International Conference on Sustainable Technologies for Intelligent Water Management (STIWM-2018), Feb 16-19, 2018, IIT Roorkee. (Abstract ID: 312).

  31. Gupta P.K. and Yadav, B.K., (2017), “Role of climatic variability on fate and transport of LNAPL pollutants in subsurface”. Session H060: Groundwater Response to Climate Change and Variability, AGU Fall Meeting 2017, New Orleans, USA. (Abstract ID: 220494).

  32. Yadav, B.K., Basu, S, Ansari F., “Plant-Assisted Bioremediation of LNAPL Contaminated Groundwater Using Practical Experiments”, AOGS, August 06-12, 2017 held in Singapore.

  33. Pal, M., Jadhav S., Yadav, B. K. (2017) “Robust gridding and discretization for modeling flow in discrete fracture network medium” in 9th International Conference on Porous Media and Annual meeting” held in Rotterdam, Netherlands, from May 8-12, 2017

  34. Yadav, B.K., Basu, S, Mathur S (2017) “Engineered Bioremediation of LNAPL Polluted Soil-water Resources” in International conference on Emerging trends in Water resources and Environmental Engineering at MVGR College, Vizianagaram, Andhra Pradesh, March 30- April 1, 2017 (Keynote speaker and Session chair)

  35. Gupta P.K., Yadav, B.K., Hassanizadeh S.M., (2017), “Engineered bioremediation of LNAPL polluted soil-water resources under changing climatic conditions”. International Conference on Modeling of environmental and water resources systems (ICMEWRS-2017), HBTU Kanpur, 24-26th March, 2017.

  36. Sen, S., and Raghuwamshi S. Subregional Relationship of IOD and ENSO with ISMR and EREs for the period 1951-2007. Developing Hydro-climatic Services for Water Security.

  37. Gupta, V., Jain, M.K. Analysis of Projected Precipitation Changes in 21st Century Over India using CMIP5 Data. Proceedings of International Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources and Coastal Engineering (Hydro2016), CWPRS, Pune, India. Dec. 8 -10, 2016, pp. 554 – 561.

  38. M. C. Garg and H. Joshi (2014), “Optimization and Economic Analysis for a Small Scale Nanofiltration and Reverse osmosis Water Desalination System”, 4th IWA Regional Conference on Membrane Technology 2014, December 3-6, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

  39. Murumkar A, Arya, D.S. 2014. Rainfall Variability Analysis in the Nira River Basin using Multi-model GCM Ensemble. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Hydro informatics 2014, New York, US. 17-21 August, 2014

  40. Arya, D.S, Gautan A, Murumkar A. 2014. Snowmelt Modelling of Dhauliganga River using Snowmelt Runoff Model. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Hydro informatics 2014, New York, US. 17-21 August, 2014.

  41. Arya, D.S., Kori S, Vaidya A.M. 2014. Simulation of Shoreline Changes along Muthalapozhy Harbour,     India. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Hydro informatics 2014, New York, US. 17-21 August, 2014.

  42. Arya, D.S., Murumkar A, Greeballa A. 2014. Impact of El Niño Southern Oscillation on summer Monsoon Rainfall in Bhima Basin, Central India. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Hydro informatics 2014, New York, US. 17-21 August, 2014.

  43. Yadav, B. K., Junaid S M (2015) “Vulnerability assessment of shallow groundwater resources using Soil moisture flow and solute transport modeling” in the third International Conference on Water       Energy and Environment (ICWEE), Sharjah, UAE on March 24-27, 2015.

  44. Yadav, B.K., Jahangeer, and Harter, T. (2014) "Soil Moisture Flow and Nitrate Movement Simulation through Deep and Heterogeneous Vadose Zone using Dual-porosity Approach" in AGU Fall Meeting held in San Francisco, California, USA on December 14-18, 2014. (Poster session Chair)

  45. S. Sen and A. Shinde. Hydrological modeling of critical source areas of soil erosion in the Gadarwara Watershed (India). 21st Century Watershed Technology Conference and Workshop, Hamilton, New   Zealand, November 03-07, 2014.

 

 

National Conferences

  1. Agrawal, N. K., Goel, N.K., and Ally, D.,’ Development of an operational Inflow forecasting system for Tehri dam’, International Dam safety conference- 2019, Bhubaneswar, Odisha (India), Feb. 13-14, 2019.

  2. Sharma, B., Bhar, K.K., and Goel, N.K. (2019), ‘Studies on Breaching of Dams using Integrated Hydrologic and Hydraulic Models’, International Dam safety conference- 2019, Bhubaneswar, Odisha (India), Feb. 13-14, 2019.

  3. Kumar, V., Sen, S. Optimal crop planning under the constraint of area and water demand using multi-objective programming. Global Water Security for Agriculture and Natural Resources. Hyderabad, Oct., 3-6, 2018.

  4. Ray, L.K. and Goel, N.K. (2018), ‘Non-stationary Flood frequency Analysis with a case study from Kerala’, 4th International dam safety Conference at Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, January 23-25, 2018.

  5. Shanul Saxena, Ajay Kumar, Himanshu Joshi (2017), “Arsenic occurrence and interaction between Ganga river, sediments and the adjoining aquifers in the Upper and Middle Ganga basin” IGWC by N.I.H, Ministry of Water Resources, New Delhi, December 11-13, 2017.

  6. Ajay Kumar1*, Himanshu Joshi1 and Anil Kumar2 (2017), “Assessing the maghemite (γ-Fe2O3) nanoparticles in As(V) removal using laboratory scale batch and column experiments” IGWC by N.I.H, Ministry of Water Resources,  New Delhi, December 11-13, 2017.

  7. Kumar, V., and Sen, S. Morphometric Analysis of lesser Himalaya: a case study of Aglar watershed. HYDRO International, Pune, India, Dec., 8-10, 2016.

  8. Shah, A, and Sen, S. Landuse/Landcover change in Aglar watershed (Tehri-Garwal district, Uttarakhand): Is it Manmade or natural. 11th Uttarakhand State Technology Congress, Dehradun, India, 2-4 March, 2017.

  9. Arya, D.S. and Ganguly T. Review Paper On Impact Of Climate Change On Dams.

  10.  Kumari, P. and Goel, N.K. (2014) ‘Flood estimation for rivers of Saurashtra contributing into Gulf of Khambat’, Proceedings of National Conference on “Emerging Trends in Water Quantity & Quality Management (ETWQQM-2014)’ during December19-20,2014.

  11. Goel, N.K., Poudel, S., Jigajinni, R.B. (2015), ’Frequency analysis of non-stationary flood series, First National conference on Dama Safety, organized by Central water Commission and IIT Madras, at Chennai March 24-25, 2015

  12. Poudel, S., and Goel, N.K. (2014), ‘Investigation of Non-stationarity in hydrological data of Koshi Basin, Nepal’, Proceedings of National Conference on “Emerging Trends in Water Quantity &       Quality Management (ETWQQM-2014)’ during December 19-20, 2014.

  13. Shailesh, K., Goel, N.K. (2014), ‘Monitoring of two typical glacier lakes in Indus basin’, Proceedings Of National Conference on “Emerging Trends in Water Quantity & Quality Management (ETWQQM-2014)’ during December 19-20, 2014.

  14. Kumar, S. and Goel, N.K. (2014), ‘Analysis of non-stationarity in hydro-meteorological data of Dhadhar basin’,   to be presented in National Conference on “Emerging Trends in Water Quantity & Quality Management (ETWQQM-2014)’ during December 19-20, 2014.

  15. Himanshu Joshi (2014), “A Solar Energy Driven NF-RO Hybrid Water Treatment System”, Workshop on Solar Powered Water Pumping Systems, June 19-20, Institution of Public Health Engineers, India (IPHE) and International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), New Delhi (Invited Paper).

  16. Sharma P and Joshi, H. (2014), “Membrane autopsy based bio-fouling investigation of distillery spent wash RO treatment plant”, Environmental Technology, 35(24), pp. 3047-3051.

  17. M. C. Garg and H. Joshi, “Solar Assisted Membrane Based Water Treatment Systems: Innovative and Cost Effective Solution of Groundwater Treatment in Areas Suffering from Non-Existent or Limited Electricity”, State conference, “9th Uttrakhand State Science and Technology Congress 2015”, held on 26-28 Feb, 2015 at Dehradun, Uttrakhand(India).

  18. S. Sen, Hydrologic Ecosystem Services in Relation to the Himalayas. Recent Engineering Trends on Energy Environment & Ecology, (RETEEE-14), Rajshree Institute of Management & Technology Bareilly, September 27-28, 2014.

  19. M. J. Madolli, S. Sen, and A. Shinde. Effect of Climate Change on Rainfall Pattern and Socioeconomic Condition for Karnataka State. Proceedings of International conference entitled “Green India: strategic knowledge for combating climate change-prospects and challenges.” 304-312, December 05-07, 2013

 

 

National Journals

  1. Shah, A.I., Sen, S., Dar, M.U.D., Kumar, V. Land-Use/ Land-Cover Change Detection and Analysis in Aglar Watershed, Uttarakhand. Current Journal of Applied Science and Technology, 24(1): 1-11, 2017.

  2. Krishan, G., Chandniha, S.K.,  Lohani, A. K., Yadav, B.K., Arora, N. K., Singh, S., Kumar, C. P., Sharma, L. M., and Bhardwaj, A. K. “Assessment of Heavy Metals in Relation to Soil Pollution at Mewat, Haryana, India” Vol. 13 (3) (2018) 299-306.

  3. Tamarakar, S., Goel, N.K. (2018), ‘Development of intensity duration frequency relationships for     Port Blair, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India’, Mausam 69,1, pp123-132.

  4. Gautam, N.P., Arora, M.,  Goel, N.K., and Kumar, A.R.S. (2016), ‘Investigating the impact of climate change on future runoff of river Satluj’, Journal of Hydrology and Meteorology 8 (1), 10-21.

  5. Madolli, M.J., Sen,S., and Jain, M.K. Trends in Temperature and Precipitation in Karnataka, India. Hydrology Journal, IAH 37 (1-4): 61-70.

  6. Singh R, Arya D.S., Taxak AK, Vojinovic Z. 2016. Potential Impact of Climate Change on Rainfall Intensity-Duration-Frequency (IDF) Curves in Roorkee, India. Water Resources Management (DOI 10.1007/s11269-016-1441-4).

 

 

Books & Chapters

  • Gupta P.K., Yadav B.K. (2018), “Impact of climatic variability on subsurface water resources”. In Climate Change and Hydrology-Science, Impacts and Adaptation to be published by Springer. (Ed. Dr. Devesh Sharma: In Press

  • Gupta P.K and Yadav B.K., (2017). “Bioremediation of Non-Aqueous Phase Liquids (NAPLS) Polluted Soil and Water Resources”. Chapter 8, Environmental Pollutants and their Bioremediation Approaches, ISBN 9781138628892, CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group, Florida, USA.

  • S. Basu, B. K. Yadav, and S. Mathur (2017) Modeling engineered bioremediation of BTEX contaminated water in treatment wetlands in Wetland Science: ‘Perspectives from South Asia’, Springer, ISBN 978-81-322-3715-0, pp-468-488

  • Gupta P.K., Yadav B.K., (2017), “Effects of climatic variation on dissolution of LNAPL pollutants in subsurface environment”. Chapter 8, Climate Change Resource Conservation and Sustainability Strategies, ISBN 9789384871086, DBH Publishers and Distributors, New Delhi

  • Gupta P.K., Abhishek, Yadav B.K., (2017), “Impact of hydrocarbon pollutants on partially saturated soil media in batch system: Morphological analysis using SEM techniques”. Chapter 5, Water Quality Management; Water Science and Technology, Vol. 79, Springer.

  • Jahangeer, Gupta P.K., Yadav B.K., (2017), “Spatial and Temporal Nitrate Transport in Deep Heterogeneous Vadose Zone of India’s Alluvial Plain” Chapter 14, Groundwater; Water Science and Technology Library, ISBN 978-981-10-5788-5, Vol. 79, Springer

  • M. Perumal and Price, R.K. (2016) Reservoir and channel routing, Chapter 52 in Handbook of Applied Hydrology, (Chief Ed: V.P. Singh), McGraw-Hill Education, USA (ISBN 978-0-07-183509-1).

  • Perumal, M., and Price, R.K., " Reservoir and channel routing" in Handbook of Applied Hydrology (Second Editiont to replace the classic edition edited by Ven Te Chow), Editor-in-Chief: V.P.Singh, McGrawHill Education, 2016

  • M. Perumal, Sahoo, B., and .Moramarco, T. (2015) Interpretations of the Muskingum flood routing method: A historical perspective, Chapter 10 in Advances in Hydrology (Ed. By T.Moramarco, S.Barbetta and L.Brocca), Water Resources  Publications, LLC, USA, (ISBN -13: 978-1-887-20185-8).

  • J.N. Okpara, Tarhule, A.A.,  and Perumal, M. (2013) Study of climate change in Niger River basin, Wet Africa: Reality not a myth, Chapter 1 in Climate Change Realities, impacts over ice cap, sea level and risks (Ed. By B.R.Singh), InTech Publishers (ISBN 978-953-51-0934-1).

  • M. Perumal and Sahoo, B. (2012) Approximate Convection – Diffusion Equations for Hydrological Analyses of River Flood Dynamics, Nova Publishers, June, 2012, pp.141-164.  Chapter-7 in Flood Risk and Flood Management( Ed.by Tommy S.W. Wong)] (ISBN: 978-1-62081-220-4)

  • M. Perumal and Sahoo, B. (2010) Real-time flood forecasting by a hydrometric data-based technique,  Chapter-9 in Natural and Anthropogenic Disasters-Vulnerability, preparedness and mitigation (Ed.) M.K. Jha, Capital Publishing Company, New Delhi, pp. 169-196.
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