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  1. Quantifying the efficacy of Low Impact Developments (LIDs) for flood reduction in micro-urban watersheds incorporating climate change
  2. Changing Characteristics of Monsoon Rainfall for an Urban Smart City Catchment in South Indian Peninsula
  3. Considering climate change to predict rainfall patterns in urban areas
  4. An appraisal on the soil wetting water retention characteristic curve determined from mini disk infiltrometer and sensor measurements
  5. A new and simple model for predicting soil erosion based on hole erosion tests
  6. A systematic quantitative review on the performance of some of the recent short-term rainfall forecasting techniques
  7. Climate Change and Its Impact on Surface Runoff Characteristics of an Urban Catchment
  8. Time dependence of hydraulic parameters estimation from transient analysis of mini disc infiltrometer measurements
  9. Stormwater management of biochar-amended green roofs: peak flow and hydraulic parameters using combined experimental and numerical investigation
  10. A novel analytical model for determining erosion from hole erosion tests
  11. Influence of biochar from animal and plant origin on the compressive strength characteristics of degraded landfill surface soils
  12. Effect of Initial Compaction State on Near-Saturated Hydraulic Conductivity
  13. Evaluation of Infiltrometers and Permeameters for Measuring Hydraulic Conductivity
  14. An Appraisal on the Interpolation Methods Used for Predicting Spatial Variability of Field Hydraulic Conductivity
  15. A critical evaluation of the variability induced by different mathematical equations on hydraulic conductivity determination using disc infiltrometer
  16. A critical evaluation of measurement induced variability in infiltration characteristics for a river sub-catchment
  17. Estimating soil hydraulic properties using mini disk infiltrometer
  18. Detention Ponds for Managing Flood Risk due to Increased Imperviousness: Case Study in an Urbanizing Catchment of India
  19. Sensitivity of imperviousness determination methodology on runoff prediction
  20. Development of Flood Inundation Maps and Quantification of Flood Risk in an Urban Catchment of Brahmaputra River
  21. Relationship between peak rainfall intensity (PRI) and maximum flood depth (MFD) in an urban catchment of Northeast India
  22. Determination of urbanisation based on imperviousness
  23. Influence of initial soil condition on infiltration characteristics determined using a disk infiltrometer
  24. Role of rainfall events and imperviousness parameters on urban runoff modelling
  25. A methodology for determining runoff based on imperviousness in an ungauged peri-urban catchment
  26. Reply to the discussion on “Evaluation of selected equations for predicting scour at downstream of ski-jump spillway using laboratory and field data” [Engineering Geology 129–130 (2012) 98–103]
  27. A review of decision support system applications in flood management
  28. Reply to the Comments on “Evaluation of selected equations for predicting scour at downstream of ski-jump spillway using laboratory and field data” by Chandan Kumar, P. Sreeja [Engineering Geology 129–130 (2012) 98–103]
  29. Evaluation of selected equations for predicting scour at downstream of ski-jump spillway using laboratory and field data
  30. Indirect Determination of Effective Impervious Area (EIA) of an Urban City of North East India
  31. Transfer Function Formulation of Saint-Venant’s Equations for Modeling Drainage Channel Flow: An Experimental Evaluation
  32. An alternate approach for transient flow modeling in urban drainage systems