N.K. Goel
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Stochastic Hydrology, Extreme value estimation, Flood estimation and forecasting, Power generation projects and pipeline projects, hydrological analysis and planning, Area specific hydrological problems, Project hydrology
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Educational Details
I.I.T. Roorkee
1991
Ph.D, Hydrology
Colorado State University, USA
1984
Ceritificate, Hydrology
I.I. T. Delhi
1982
M.Tech., Water Resources Engineering
G.B. P. U. Ag. and Technology
1980
B.Tech., Civil Engineering
Professional Background
Scientist B
24 May 1982 - 03 Mar 1987
National Institute of Technology Roorkee
Scientist C
04 Mar 1987 - 27 Jun 1987
National Institute of Technology Roorkee
Reader
28 Jun 1988 - 08 Apr 1996
Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
Associate Professor
09 Apr 1996 - 17 Feb 2001
Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
Professor
18 Feb 2001 - 31 Dec 2011
Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
Professor (HAG)
01 Jan 2012 - Present
Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
Administrative Positions
Chairman, Hospital Advisory Committee
01 Jul 2012 - 31 Oct 2016
IIT Roorkee
Dean of Students' Welfare
01 Jan 2009 - 31 Dec 2011
IIT Roorkee
Head of The Department
01 Jan 2006 - 31 Dec 2008
Hydrology
Chief Advisor, Sports
01 Apr 2004 - 31 Mar 2006
IIT Roorkee
Chief Warden, Cautley Bhawan
01 Jan 2001 - 31 Dec 2004
IIT Roorkee
Chief Warden, Rajendra Bhawan
01 Jul 1995 - 31 Dec 1997
IIT Roorkee
Honors And Awards
Honors
GBPUAT, Pantnagar
2019
Outstanding Alumnus Award of GBPUAT
IIT Roorkee
2013
Bharat Singh Chair for Water Resources by Ministry of Water Resources, GoI
University of Waterloo Canada
2006
Adjunct Professor by University of Waterloo, Canada
IIT Roorkee
2014
ASCE-EWRI -2014 Best Case Study award
IIT Roorkee
2001
Khosla Research prize I
IIT Roorkee
2002
Khosla Research Prize II
Central Board of Irrigation & Power
1995
Certificate of Merit Award
MemberShips
MoWR, GoI
31 Aug 2020 - Present
Member, Indian National Committee for IHP
Government of Chhattisgarh
31 Aug 2020 - Present
Member, Dam safety Review Panel
SEAC, Uttarakhand, MoEF, GOI
31 Aug 2020 - Present
Member
BIS, GoI
31 Aug 2020 - Present
Member, WRD committee 2012- cont.
National Institute of Hydrology, Min. of water Resources, GoI
31 Aug 2020 - Present
Member, TAC from 2009-11
Min. of Water Resources. GoI
31 Aug 2020 - Present
Member, Indian National Committee on Hydrology 2009-11
MoEF, GoI
31 Aug 2020 - Present
Member, Expert Committee on Mining Projects 2006-08
Miscellaneous
DETAILS OF PUBLICATIONS AND PROJECTS

Ph.D. THESES GUIDED:

1.             Development of flow forecasting system for Glacier dominated basin by Tapas Nahak, Jointly with Dr Ajanta Goswami (2022; in progress)

2.              Urban Flood Modelling by Tuhin Mukherjee, Jointly with Dr D S Arya (2021; in progress)

3.             Multivariate nonstationary flood frequency analysis, Ankush (2020; in progress)

4.             Short and medium range forecast of rainfall using ensemble models by Suman Gurjar, Jointly with Dr M K Goel (2020; in progress)

5.                 Flood estimation and forecasting by Bhanu Sharma (in progress)

6.                 Study of flood Scenario of Jhelum Basin with regard to Catchment area and climate change by Sheikh Umar under joint guidance of Dr M A Lone at NIT Srinagar (defended on June 28, 2022)

7.                 Climate extreme studies in changing climate over India by Bratati Chowdhary, jointly with Dr Manohar Arora (Awarded, 2021)

8.                 Development of an operational flood forecasting system for Tehri dam by Niraj Kumar Agrawal jointly with Dr A K Lohani (Awarded, 2019)

9.                 Climate Variability Studies over parts of India with focus on Hydro-climatic variables

by Litan Kumar Ray (Awarded, 2018)

10.             Impact of Climate and catchment dynamics on runoff generation by Negash Wagesho from Ethiopia jointly with Dr. M.K. Jain (Awarded, 2012)

11.             Flood estimation and forecasting in Mahanadi River basin using soft computing techniques by Anil Kar jointly with Dr A.K. Lohani (Awarded, 2011)

12.             Flood forecasting and early warning studies for parts of Bangladesh by Mizanur Rahman from Bangladesh jointly with Dr. D.S. Arya (Awarded, 2011)

13.             Evaluation of temporal and spatial climatic variability over Indian Himalaya by S.K. Shrivastava, supervised jointly with Dr. Ranvir Singh and Dr. Pratap Singh (Awarded, 2011)

14.             Hydrological modeling for flood flows by Mr. Shibayan Sarkar jointly with Dr. B.S. Mathur (awarded- 2010)

15.             Climate change studies: A spatio- temporal analysis for part of India by Ashoke Basistha jointly with Dr. D.S. Arya (Awarded- 2010)

16.             Regional flood frequency estimation in India by Rakesh Kumar, supervised jointly with Dr. K.K.S. Bhatia (Awarded-2009)

17.             ANN and fuzzy logic in hydrologic modeling and flow forecasting by A. K. Lohani, jointly with Dr. K.K.S. Bhatia (2008)

18.             Effect of climatic changes on surface hydrological estimates by Mr. Manohar Arora, jointly with Dr. Pratap Singh (2005)

19.             Estimation of extreme flows for ungauged catchments by Mr. V. K. Bhatt - jointly with Dr. B.S. Mathur (2003)

20.             Operation of a multipurpose reservoir by Mr. S.K. Mishra, jointly with Dr. S. M. Seth and Dr D.K. Srivastava (1998)

21.             Development of physically based flood frequency models by Mr. R.S. Kurothe, jointly with Dr. B.S. Mathur (1997)

 

M. Tech. THESES GUIDED:

1.      Estimation of Design flood and Glacial Lake Outburst Flood (GLOF) for planning and Design of Hydroelectric Projects in the Himalayas, by Isly Issac, 2022-23

2.      Comprehensive risk assessment of Maithon dam by Abhishek Shukla 2022-23

3.      Projection of flood seasonality changes in a Garhwal Himalayas river basin due to global warming, by Prachi Singhal 2021-22 jointly with Ankit Aggarwal

4.      Effect of additional spillway on downstream floods of Hirakud, by Lingaraj Nath; 2020-21

5.      Design of Hydro-meteorological Network of Narayani River Basin, Nepal, by Dinkar Kayastha; 2020-21

6.      Assessment of Water availability up to Daudhan dam site of Ken basin for Ken-Betwa link project by Shiva Kant Pandey, 2020-21

7.      Challenges and opportunities of small-scale irrigation utilization in central Rift Valley basin of Dugda Worda, Ethiopia, by Obse Wegi Gebissa; 2020-21

8.      Effect of Kalia Sot Dam, Bhopal on downstream floods under climatic and LULC changes by Satyajeet Shukla; CoEDMM (jointly with Harshit Lakra) 2020-21

9.      Development of framework to address drought issues, by Arjun Kaushik; 2019-20

10.  Regional flood frequency analysis for Narayani river basin, Nepal by Ram Kumar Kapair; 2019-20

11.  Identification of hotspots and glacial lakes in Arunachal Pradesh by Vijitha Sree Thathireddy; CoEDMM, (jointly with Ajanta Goswami) ; 2019-20

12.  Daily streamflow forecasting using stochastic models by Ally Diwani; 2018-19

13.  Flood risk assessment for dams by Aman Kumar Singh; 2018-19

14.  Flood hazard mapping for Roorkee area by Chaitanya; COEDMM, 2018-19

15.  Hydrological aspects June 28, 2017 flood at IIT Roorkee by Ila Prakash; COEDMM, 2017-18

16.  Geomorphological analysis and hydrological modelling of three Himalayan catchments of Nepal and India by Santosh Kumar Sah; 2017-18

17.  Turbine testing under field conditions; by Desh Deepak; 2017-18

18.  Flood Estimation fin a river basin downstream of a major reservoir in coastal region by Jaya Ram Prajapati; 2016-17

19.  Multivariate modelling of hydro-meteorological extremes by Sujan Tamrakar; 2015-16

20.  Study on climate change in Sundarbans, Bangladesh by Nurul Hoque Upal; 2015-16

21.  Glacial lake outburst flood studies over Indus basin by Mr. Shailesh Kumar; 2014-15

22.  Climate Change Studies over Nepal by Mr. Sunil Poudel 2014-15

23.  Flood estimation for rivers of Saurashtra region contributing into Gulf of Khambat by Miss Priyanka 2013-14

24.  Analysis of Non-stationarity in hydro-meteorological data of Dhadhar river basin by Mr. Sunil Kumar, 2013-14

25.  Simulation of June 2013 flood at Tehri dam, by Mr. Supindra Khatri 2013-14

26.  Flood studies in and around Alaknanda basin by Mr. Y.K. Goel 2013-14

27.  Flood estimation and forecasting studies for Tehri dam – Mr. Ashish Sinha 2012-13

28.  Flood routing studies for VPHE project, Uttarakhand by Mr. Sujay Negi 2012-13

29.  Simplified flood routing methods- Mr. M.M. Vishnu 2012-13

30.  Hydrological reappraisal for Visnugad pipalkoti hydro-electric project by Sushil Himanshu 2011-12

31.  Design flood estimation for Tehri dam using deterministic and statistical approaches by Ajay Kumar, 2011-12

32.  Hydrological analysis for a coastal power project (2010-11), Keshav Bobade

33.  Regional flood frequency analysis of Nepal rivers (2009-10) , Badri Karki from Nepal

 

34.  Stochastic modeling of flood flows for Myanmar rivers (2009-10) by Lai Lai Winn from Myanmar jointly with Dr. A.K. Lohani

35.  Climate change scenario generation using statistical downscaling (2009-10) by. N.P. Gautam from Nepal jointly with Dr. Manohar Arora

36.  Bivariate Flood frequency analysis using Copulas (2009-10) by Siddartha Shankar Mishra, jointly with Dr. Aditi Gangopadhyay

37.  Design flood and Scour depth computation at pipeline crossing (2008-09) , Ekta Sahay jointly with Dr. D.S. Arya and Dr. Sanjay Kumar

38.  Modelling of snow melt component in the runoff of river Bhagirathi at Tehri (2008-09), Neeraj Agarwal, jointly with Dr. D.S. arya and Dr. Manohar Arora

39.  Predictions in ungauged basins of Orissa (2007-08) , A.K. Kar

40.   Flood predictions in MMRDA region, Mumbai (2007-08), D. Chakravorty

41.   Stochastic modeling of Nile Flows (2007-08) by Eltag from Ethiopia

42.  Climate change influences on hydrological extremes (2005-06) by S.K. Gangwar jointly with Dr. D.S. Arya

43.  Flood risk mapping by Dhruv Dhirendra (2005-06) jointly with Dr. D.S. Arya

44.  Flood hazard Assessment of Chitwan District in Nepal (2004-05) by Bhupendra Gauchan from Nepal jointly with Dr. D.S. Arya

45.  Flood risk mapping in the lower part of Chindwin river in Myanmar (2004-05) by Htay Htay Than from Myanmar, jointly with Dr. D. S. Arya

46.  A critical appraisal of flood forecasting models by G.B. Pattnaik (2003-04) jointly with M.Perumal

47.  Extreme value estimation for hydro-meteorological data by Shiv Kumar (2003-04)

48.  Water availability aspect of Inter-basin water transfer by Goutam Chandra Das (2003-04) jointly with B.S. Mathur

49.  Temporal and spatial analysis of rainfall in Uttaranchal (2003-04) by Ashok Basistha jointly with D.S. Arya

50.  Stochastic analysis of daily rainfall data between Bargi and Hoshangabad by Y.K. Dhama (2002-2003) jointly with Dr. K.S. Ramasastri

51.  Stochastic analysis of high frequency ground water data by S.M. Deshpande (2001-2002)

52.  Estimation of flood quantiles from non stationary flood series by R.B. Jigajinni (2000-2001)

53.  Hydrologic modelling of snow fed river basin by T. Thomas (1999-2000) jointly with Dr. S.M. Seth and Dr. Pratap Singh

54.  Flood Frequency modelling for Beas basin upto Pandoh by R.K. Jaiswal (1999-2000) jointly with Dr. S.M. Seth and Dr. Pratap Singh

55.  Streamflow forecasting using linear perturbation model & ANN approach by N. Vivekanandan (1999-2000) jointly with Dr. D.S. Arya

56.  Flood estimation for Bagamati river at Pandhera Dhoban, Nepal by L.D. Shrestha from Nepal (1999-2000) jointly with Dr. B.S. Mathur

57.  Frequency analysis of censored data by Aberra Chala Buba from Ethiopia (1998-99) jointly with Dr. D.K. Srivastava

58.  Streamflow forecasting using ANN by Fikru Gemtecha from Ethiopia (1998-99) jointly with Dr. D.S. Arya

59.  Stochastic modelling of ground water levels by A.K. Agarwal (1997-98) jointly with Dr. D.C. Singhal

60.  Flood frequency analysis for ungauged sites of central India by Jemal Reshid Shafi from Ethiopia (1997-98)

 

 

61.  Event based rainfall runoff modelling using geomorphological characteristics by M.K. Sharma (1996-97) jointly with Mr. R. D. Singh

62.  Analysis of hydro-meteorological data by A.K. Dwivedi (1996-97) jointly with Mr. Hemant Chaudhary

63.  Richard's equation assisted flood hydrograph computation by kinematic wave approach by   Manoj Kumar Singh (1995-96) jointly with Dr. Deepak Kashyap

64.  Flood frequency studies using L-moments by Bhopal Singh (1995-96)

65.  Regional flood frequency analysis for Central India by Jyoti Prasad (1994-95).

66.  Development of daily rainfall generation model by Vu Hong Chau from Vietnam, (1993-94).

67.  Rainfall runoff modelling by Adil Yassin Mohamed frm Sudan, (1993-94), jointly with Mr. R.D. Singh.

68.  Analysis of daily rainfall and runoff data of Serang river basin, Indonesia by Sutjipto from Indonesia, (1993-94).

69.  Flood forecasting using geomorphological instantaneous unit hydrograph by Abdul Qayeum Karim from Afghanistan, (1992-93).

70.  Flood frequency analysis using two step power transformation by Satyabrata Banerjee (1991-92).

71.  Derivation of Nash model parameters from geomorphological instantaneous unit hydrograph by R.K. Panigrahi (1991-92) jointly with Mr. R.D. Singh

72.  Studies on general extreme value distribution by Manik De (1990-91).

73.  A comparative study of regional flood frequency methods by James U. Ikoi from Nigeria (1989-90).

74.  Hydrological studies for Manibhadra Dam project by J.K.Rath (1989-90).

75.  Regional flood frequency analysis of Mekong River basin, Laos by Panyasiri Sang from Lao PDR (1988-89).

76.  Flood estimation in river Jhelum basin using statistical approach by M.A. Lone, (1988-89) jointly with Dr. B.S. Mathur

77.  Comparison of monthly streamflow models by Rajeshwar Mehrotra (1988-89).

BOOK (S)/ Book Chapters:

1.      Singhal, D.C., Goel, N.K., Srivastava, D.K., Singh, Ranvir, Joshi, H. and Mathur, B.S. (1997), ' Emerging Trends in Hydrology' Edited Proceedings of International Symposium on 'Emerging Trends in Hydrology' Sept. 25-27, 1997, Jain Printers, Roorkee. (Volume I)

2.      Perumal, M., Singhal, D.C., Arya, D.S., Srivastava, D.K., Goel, N.K., Mathur, B.S., Joshi, H., Singh, R., Nautiyal, M.D. (2005)' Hydrological Perspectives for Sustainable Development’, Edited Proceedings of International Conference ' Hydrological Perspectives for Sustainable Development’ Feb. 23-25, 2005, Allied Publishers Pvt. Ltd.

3.      ‘Development of a Fuzzy Flood Forecasting Model for Downstream of Hirakud Reservoir of Mahanadi Basin, India’ by A.K. Kar, A.K. Lohani, N.K. Goel, and G.P. Roy in Book entitled ’River System Analysis and Management’ by Nayan Sharma (Ed), Springer Science +Business Media Singapore 2017, ISBN 978-981-10-1472-7, pp 211-218.

 

Technical papers in refereed journals:

1.      Macedoa, M.B.D, Mendiondo, E.M., Razzolinia, M.T.P., Goel, N.K., Arya, D.S., Kurian, M., and Nardocci, A.C. (2022), ‘Multi-stage resilience analysis of the nexus flood-sanitation-public health in urban environments: a theoretical framework’, Urban Water Journal,

https://doi.org/10.1080/1573062X.2022.2047737

2.      Hailesilassie1, W.T., Goel, N.K., Tenalem, A., and Sitrrak, T. (2022),'Future precipitation changes in Central Ethiopian Main Rift under CMIP5 GCMs', Journal of Water and Climate Change, https://doi.org/10.2166/wcc.2022.440

3.      Sheikh, U., Lone, M.A., Goel, N.K., and Zakwan, M. (2022), 'Trend analysis of Hydro-meteorological parameters in the Jhelum River basin ˏ Northwestern Himalayas', Theoretical and Applied Climatology, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00704-022-04014-7

4.      Umar, S, Lone, M.A., Goel, N.K. (2021), ‘Modeling of annual rainfall extremes in the Jhelum River basin, Northwestern Himalayas’, Sustainable Water Resources Management, 7:59 https://doi.org/10.1007/s40899-021-00539-3

5.      Umar, S, Lone, M.A., Goel, N.K. (2021), ‘Modeling of peak discharges and frequency analysis of floods on the Jhelum river, North Western Himalayas’, Modeling Earth Systems and Environment, 7:1991–2003 https://doi.org/10.1007/s40808-020-00957-w

6.      Ray, L. K., and Goel, N.K. (2021), Spatio-temporal change in rainfall over five different climatic regions of India’, Journal of Water and Climate Change, 12(7), https://doi.org/10.2166/wcc.2021.052

7.      Chowdhury, B., Goel, N.K., and Arora, M. (2020), ‘Evaluation and ranking of different gridded precipitation datasets for Satluj River basin using compromise programming and f-TOPSIS’, Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 143 (1), 101-114; Correction 143(1) 115-117. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00704-020-03405-y

8.      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, 138 (1), 153-167. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00704-019-02819-7

9.      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). https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0001808

4.      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. https://mausamjournal.imd.gov.in/index.php/MAUSAM/article/view/241/180

5.       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. https://doi.org/10.1177/0309133316658614

6.       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. Impact Factor – Not available. https://doi.org/10.3126/jhm.v8i1.15568

7.      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. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejrh.2015.07.003  

8.      Kumar, R., Goel, N.K., Chatterjee 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. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11269-015-0922-1

 

9.      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. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2013.11.021

10.    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. https://doi.org/10.1080/02626667.2012.754543

11.  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., https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/epdf/10.1111/jfr3.12012

12.  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. https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0000505

13.  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. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2012.04.011

14.  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. https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0000647

15.    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.

https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0000565

16.  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. https://doi.org/10.3126/jhm.v8i1.15568

17.  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. https://doi.org/10.1002/met.293

18.  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. https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0000417

19.  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.

https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0000299

20.  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. https://doi.org/10.1002/hyp.7831

21.  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. 10.4236/jwarp.2010.210105  

22.  Rahman, M.M., Arya, D.S. and Goel, N.K. (2010)—a case study in flat terrain of Bangladesh’, Journal of Appl. Geomat., Springer, Volume 2/ 2, pp. 49-58.  https://doi.org/10.1007/s12518-010-0020-2

 

 

 

23.  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. https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0000220

24.  Sarkar, S., Goel, N. K., and Mathur, B. S. (2009),’ Development of isopluvial map using L-moment approach for Tehri-Garhwal Himalaya’, Stoch. Environ. Res. Risk Assess, Springer, Vol. 24, pp.  411-432. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00477-009-0330-2  

25.  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. https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0000103

26.  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. https://rmets.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1002/joc.1706

27.  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. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11269-007-9228-2

28.  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. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11269-007-9237-1

29.  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.  https://doi.org/10.1623/hysj.52.4.793

30.  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. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jweia.2004.02.003

31.  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. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2006.05.007

32.  Singh, P., Arora, M. and Goel, N.K. (2006),’Effect of climate change on runoff of a glacierized Himalayan basin’, Hydrological Processes Journal, vol. 20. https://doi.org/10.1002/hyp.5991

33.  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. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11269-006-8773-4

34.  Arora, M., Goel, N.K. and Singh, P. (2005),’ Evaluation of temperature trends over India’, Hydrological Sciences journal, Vol. 50/1, pp.81-93. https://doi.org/10.1623/hysj.50.1.81.56330

35.  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. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jweia.2004.02.003

36.  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 https://doi.org/10.2166/nh.2005.0014

37.  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. https://doi.org/10.1080/02626660209493025

38.  Thomas, T, Singh, P., Goel, N.K. and Jaiswal, R.K. (2002),’ Snowmelt runoff modeling in Beas river basin’, Institution of Engineers India journal- CV, Vol. 83, p. 146-148.  https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10106040508542344

 

39.  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. https://cdnsciencepub.com/doi/10.1139/l00-122#core-collateral-fulltext-options

40.  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. : https://doi.org/10.1080/02626660109492851

41.  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. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0022-1694(00)00145-1

42.  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).  

 https://doi.org/10.1080/02626660009492308

43.    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. https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)0733-9429(1998)124:2(146)

44.  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. https://doi.org/10.1029/97WR00812

45.  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. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01581563

46.  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. http://admin.indiaenvironmentportal.org.in/feature-article/morphometric-study-dudhana-river-basin-maharashtra

47.  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' http://117.252.14.250:8080/jspui/handle/123456789/6878

48.  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. http://117.252.14.250:8080/jspui/handle/123456789/3546

49.  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. http://repository.iitr.ac.in/handle/123456789/9185

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

51.  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.

52.  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.https://www.researchgate.net/publication/287541909_Derivation_of_operation_policies_for_the_multipurpose_Ramganga_reservoir_India

53.  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.

54.  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.

 55.  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. http://repository.iitr.ac.in/handle/123456789/9215

56.  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. http://repository.iitr.ac.in/handle/123456789/9210

57.  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. http://dspace.cusat.ac.in/jspui/bitstream/123456789/1760/1/Regional%20flood%20frequency%20analysis%20for%20Jhelum%20River%20basin.pdf

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

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

60.  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.

61.  Goel, N.K., Bhatia, K.K.S. and Seth, S.M. (1984), 'Application of Thomas Fiering model for monthly streamflow generation in Chaliyar river basin', Hydrology Journal of IAH, Vol.VII/l. http://117.252.14.250:8080/xmlui/handle/123456789/37

TECHNICAL PAPERS IN Seminars and Symposia:

1.      Issac, I., Goel, N. K. and Rai, N. N. (2022), Estimation of Glacial Lake Outburst Flood (GLOF) for planning and design of Hydroelectric Projects in the Himalayas in International Conference on Hydropower and Dams Development for Water and Energy Security– Under Changing Climate, 7-9 April, 2022, Rishikesh, India, organized by INCOLD.

2.       Goel, N.K. (2021), ‘Development of an Operational Inflow Forecasting System for Tehri Dam’ in International Conference on Recent Advances in Civil Engineering for Sustainable Development (RACESD- 2021) during February 13-14, 2021, organised by MANIT Bhopal

3.       Goel, N.K. (2020), 'Recent developments in in flood forecasting and warning in India’ in Webinar on "Flood Management in India", Sept. 25, 2020, organised by IIT Roorkee.

4.      Bhanu S. and Goel N. K. (2020) , ‘Two Dimensional Dam Break Analysis of Maithon Dam’ Proceedings of ASCE India Conference on Challenges of Resilient and Sustainable Infrastructure Development in Emerging Economies, March 02-04, 2020, Kolkata, India

5.      Bhanu S. and Goel N. K., (2020), ‘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, May 17-21, 2020, pp.244-257.

6.      Goel, N.K. (2019),’ Improving flood resistance of housing with focus on design flood estimation methods’, in Thematic workshop on ‘Vulnerability Atlas of India’ organized by BMTPC, Ministry of Housing and urban Affairs on May 3, 2019, New Delhi.

7.      Goel, N.K. and Agrawal, N. K. (2019), ‘Inflow forecasting for Hydro-power projects with focus on Tehri dam’, National Workshop on "Developing Comprehensive and Scientific Mechanism/Model for Forecasting of Hydrology for Hydro Electric Project", 25 April 2019, New Delhi.

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

 

9.      Bhanu, S., 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.

10.  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.

11.  Goel, N.K., Khatri, S., and Agrawal, N. (2017),’ Simulation of June 2013 flood at Tehri dam’, Third National Dam Safety Conference at IIT Roorkee, Feb. 18-19, 2017.

12.  Goel, N.K. (2016), ‘Hydrological & Eco-environmental Aspects and the Protection Strategy of River Ganga’, invited guest lecture in China Yangtze River Forum 2016, November 17-19, 2016, Wuhan, China.

13.  Goel, N.K. and Arora, M. (2016), ‘Climate Change and Challenges for water and Food Security’, presented in National workshop on ‘Challenges in Irrigation Management for Food security’, IIT Roorkee, Roorkee November 26-27, 2016.

14.  Goel, N. K. and Ray, L.K. (2016),’Evaluation of recent changes in annual maximum daily rainfall of major river basins of the country’, Workshop on Design Flood issues, August 29, 2016, Central Water Commission, New Delhi

15.  Tamrakar, S. and Goel, N.K. (2016), ‘Multivariate stochastic modelling of flood flows’, Second National Dam Safety Conference, 12-13 January, 2016, Bengaluru.

16.  Goel, N.K. (2015),’ Hydrological design practices in a changing climate with focus on temperature trends over India’, presented in UNESCO workshop entitled, ‘Ensuring water security in changing environment scenario for water professionals of cluster countries’, IIT Bombay, November 26-27, 2015.

17.  Goel, N. K. (2015),’ Flood frequency analysis under land use and climate changes’, invited presentation at Interdisciplinary Programme in Climate Studies at the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, August 5, 2015.

18.  Goel, N.K. (2015), ‘Flood frequency analysis under climate and land use changes’, Key note address presented on 66th ICID foundation day on June 24, 2015 at CWC, New Delhi.

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

20.  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.

21.  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.

22.  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 December 19-20, 2014.

23.    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.

24.  Pandya, A. B., Goel, N.K., and Pillai, B.R.K. (2014), ’Management of Design Flood Issues in Existing Dams under Climate Change" Proceedings of International Symposium on Dams in a Global Environmental Challenges, Bali, Indonesia, June 1-6, 2014.

25.  Goel, N.K. (2013), ‘Hydrological design practices in a changing climate’, workshop on ‘design flood issues’, central water Commission, New Delhi, Nov. 19-20, 2013.

 

26.  Lohani, A.K., Kar, A.K., Goel N.K. and Singh R.D. (2013), “Development of a Flood Forecasting Model Using ANN and Fuzzy Logic” Proceeding of National conference on Hydrology with special emphasis on Rainwater Harvesting (NCHRWH – 2013) held at Jaipur Nov. 15 – 16, 2013.

27.  Agrawal, N. and Goel, N.K. (2013) “Role of Tehri Dam in Prevention of Flood” Proceeding of National conference on Hydrology with special emphasis on Rain Water Harvesting (NCHRWH – 2013) held at Jaipur Nov. 15 – 16, 2013.

28.  Goel, Y.K. and Goel N.K. (2013) “Hydrological Issues in Alaknanda Basin of Uttarakhand, North India” Proceeding of National conference on Hydrology with special emphasis on Rain Water Harvesting (NCHRWH – 2013) held at Jaipur Nov. 15 – 16, 2013.

29.  Ray, L.K. and Goel N.K. “Trend Analysis of Rainfall Pattern of Saurashtra Region, Gujarat” Proceeding of National conference on Hydrology with special emphasis on Rainwater Harvesting (NCHRWH – 2013) held at Jaipur Nov. 15 – 16, 2013.

30.  Goel, N.K., Karki, B., Kar, A.K., and Arya, D.S. (2012),’ Development of regional flood frequency relationships for Nepal using SRTM data enabled attributes and clustering’ paper presented in 10th International Conference on Hydro-informatics, HIC 2012, Hamburg, Germany July 14-18, 2012.

31.  Arya, D.S., Kabuya, P.M., Murumkar, A.R., Rahman, M.M., and Goel, N.K. (2012),’ Impact of Climate Change on Rainfall Pattern in Jamuneshwari River Basin, Bangladesh’, presented at 10th International Conference on Hydro-informatics, HIC 2012, Hamburg, Germany July 14-18, 2012.

32.  Goel. N.K., Rahman, M. M, and Arya, D.S. (2011), “Recent Advances in Early Flood Warning Systems - A Conceptual Framework for Jamuneshwari River Basin, Bangladesh”, ASCE Conference in Singapore, 4-6 January, 2011.

33.  Arya, D. S., Kabuya, P. M., Rahman, M.M. and N. K. Goel, (2011), “Projection of Climate Change Impact on Flooding in Bangladesh”, ASCE Conference in Singapore, 4-6 January, 2011.

34.  Kar, A.K., Lohani, A.K., Goel, N.K., and Roy, G.P. (2010) "Development of fuzzy flood forecasting model for downstream of Hirakud reservoir of Mahanadi basin, India", International Workshop on River Management (IWRM 2010),14-16 Dec. New Delhi.

35.  Rahman, M. M., Goel. N.K. and Arya, D.S., (2010), “Advancement of Flood Forecasting and Warning System in Bangladesh for Risk Management - Present and Future”, The 3rd International ASCE Conference on Current & Future State of Water Resources and Environment (EWRI-IITM 2010), January 5-7, 2010, Chennai.

36.  Kar, A.K., Lohani, A.K., Goel, N.K., and Roy, G.P. (2010) "The changing climate of Mahanadi basin'", Second International conference on Climate Change and Sustainable Management of Natural Resources (TIMS10),December 5-7 at IITM , ITM Universe, Gwalior.

37.  Sathish Kumar, D., Adam, E. E., Arya, D.S. and Goel, N.K. (2009) ‘Urban Flood Risk Assessment and Mitigation’, presented in conference on Research Activities in Disaster Mitigation for Housing in India, August 22-23, 2009, Roorkee, India.

38.  Chakraborty, D., Goel, N.K., Arya, D.S., Gairola, A. (2009),’Flood estimation in Mumbai metropolitan region using regional flood frequency analysis’, presented in conference on Research Activities in Disaster Mitigation for Housing in India, August 22-23, 2009, Roorkee, India.

39.  Agarwal, N., Arora, M., Goel, N.K., and Arya, D.S. (2009),’ Estimation of snow cover area in Bhagirathi catchment up to Tehri dam site’, proceedings of national seminar on ‘Hydro power stations- advancement in harnessing & up-keeping’, organized by National Power Training Institute, Durgapur, July 2-3, 2009 at Dehradun 

40.  Gundekar, H. G., Arya, D. S., Goel, N. K., Sarkar, S. and Sethi, B. K. (2009). “Socio-Economic Inference of Floods in Last Decades”. International Conference on Water, Environment, Energy and Society

 

 

41.  (WEES-2009) Organised by National Institute of Hydrology, Roorkee, Allied Publishers Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, India, Vol-III, pp. 1496-1503

42.  Rahman, M. M., Arya, D.S. and Goel. N.K., (2008), “Approach of Early Flood Warning System for Urban Flood Risk Mitigation”, International Conference on Disaster and Development –Bridging the gap between theory and practice (IC0DAD 2008), Kathmandu, Nepal, Nov. 2008.

43.  Lone, M.A., and Goel, N.K. (2007),’ Estimation of floods for some important sites of Jhelum river basin, using statistical approach’, Proceedings of HYDRO 2007, National conference on Hydraulics and Water Resources, NIT Surat, Dec. 21-22, 2007.

44.  Goel, N.K., Gauchan, B., and Arya, D.S. (2006),’ Flood quantile estimation for Narayani river system of Nepal using pooled flood frequency analysis approach’, proceedings of 7th International conference on Hydroinformatics, Nice, France, Sept. 4-6, 2006.

45.  Arya, D.S. Gauchan, B., and (2006), Goel, N. K. (2006),’ Flood Plain Mapping for East Rapti River, Nepal Using GIS and HEC-RAS’, proceedings of 7th International conference on Hydroinfomatics, Nice, France, Sept. 4-6, 2006.

46.  Goel, N.K., Than, H.H. and Arya, D.S. (2005),’ Flood risk mapping in the lower part of Chindwin river basin (Myanmar)’ Proceedings of International Conference on Flood Forecasting Technology, Tromso, Norway, Oct. 17 to 19, 2005.

47.  Lohani, A.K., Goel, N.K., Bhatia, K.K.S. (2005),’Development of fuzzy logic based real time flood forecasting system for river Narmada in central India’, Proceedings of International Conference on Flood Forecasting Technology, Tromso, Norway, Oct. 17 to 19, 2005.

48.  Lohani, A.K., Goel, N.K., and Bhatia, K.K.S. (2005),’Real time flood forecasting using fuzzy logic’ Proceeding of International conference ‘Hydrological Perspectives for Sustainable Development- HYPESD -2005’ Roorkee, Feb. 23-25, 2005.

49.  Bhatt, V.K., Goel, N.K., and Mathur B.S. (2005),’Cluster formation for regional homogeneity using fuzzy k-means’ Proceeding of International conference ‘Hydrological Perspectives for Sustainable Development- HYPESD -2005’ Roorkee, Feb. 23-25, 2005.

50.  Arora, M. Singh, P., Goel, N.K., and Singh, R.D. (2005),’ Effect of climate change on flow regime of glacierized Himalayan basin’ Proceeding of International conference ‘Hydrological Perspectives for Sustainable Development- HYPESD -2005’ Roorkee, Feb. 23-25, 2005.

51.  Goel, N.K., Shiv Kumar, Gairola, A. (2004),’ Extreme wind quantile estimation for India using a pooled frequency analysis approach’, proceedings of International workshop on Wind Engineering and Science WES-04, New Delhi, Oct. 29-30, 2004.

52.  Arora, M., Singh, P. and Goel, N. K. (2003), ‘Evaluation of climate change on rainfall, discharge and temperature for a Himalayan basin’, Proceedings of International conference on Water and Environment (WE-2003), Bhopal, Dec. 15-18, 2003.

53.  Deshpande, S.M. and Goel, N.K. (2003),’ optimization of groundwater level monitoring network, Aurangabad (India)’, Proceedings of International conference on Water and Environment (WE-2003), Bhopal, Dec. 15-18, 2003.

54.  Zhou, Gangyan, Goel, N.K. and Bhatt, V.K. (2000),' Stochastic modelling of sediment load of upper Yangtze river (China)', International Conference on Integrated Water Resources Management for Sustainable Development, December 19-21, 2000, Roorkee.

55.  Goel, N.K. (1998), 'Flood estimation in sub Himalayan region using L moments', International Symposium on ' Hydrology of ungauged streams in Hilly regions for small hydro power development', New Delhi, March 9-10, 1998.

 

56.  Mishra, S.K., Goel, N.K., Seth, S.M. and Srivastava, D.K. (1998), 'An SCS- CN based long term daily flow simulation model for a hilly catchment', International Symposium on ' Hydrology of ungauged streams in Hilly regions for small hydro power development', New Delhi, March 9-10, 1998.

57.  Goel, N.K. and Seth, S.M. (1997),'Probabilistic modelling of peak, volume and duration characteristics of flood flows', Proceedings of International Symposium on Emerging Trends in Hydrology, Roorkee, Sept. 25-27, 1997.

58.  Lone, M.A., Goel, N.K. and Mathur, B.S. (1996),' Performance of various flood estimation methods for Jhelum river basin', Proceedings of International Conference on 'Disasters and Mitigation' held at Madras (India), Jan. 19-22, 1996.

59.  Goel, N.K. (1995),' Hydrological hazards- prevention and mitigation' Workshop on ' Strengthening of community participation in disaster reduction and role of NGO's' Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi, Jan. 13-15, 1995.

60.  Goel, N. K., Sinha, L. P. and Kashyap, D. (1995),' Flood hydrograph computation using Green and Ampt model', proceeding of National Symposium on 'Hydrology of Arid and Semi-arid Regions' Jaipur, Oct. 5-7, 1995.

61.  Banerjee, Satyabrata and Goel, N.K. (1995),' A performance study of flood quantile estimators on flood like Wakeby parents', Diamond Jubilee Research and Development Session of C.B.I & P., New Delhi, Oct. 9-12, 1995.

62.  Lone, M.A., Goel, N.K. and Mathur, B.S. (1995),' Methods based on standardised probability weighted moments for estimation of flood frequency parameters - (a case study)', Diamond Jubilee Research and Development Session of C.B.I & P., New Delhi, Oct. 9-12, 1995.

63.  Goel, N.K., Karim A.Q. and Patanaik, L.M. (1993), 'Development of improved SCS method for flood hydrograph computation', Proceedings of National Seminar on 'Hydrological Hazards- Prevention and Mitigation', Roorkee, March 17- 18, 1993.

64.  Mathur, B.S., Singh, R., Goel, N.K., Tiwari, A.K. and Kurothe, R.S. (1993), 'Rainfall runoff erosion modelling for Indian watersheds', Proceedings of National Seminar on 'Hydrological Hazards- Prevention and Mitigation', Roorkee, March 17-18, 1993.

65.  Goel, N.K., Mathur, B.S. and Lone, M.A. (1989), 'Flood estimation in Kashmir valley using regional flood frequency analysis approach', Proceedings of National Seminar on 'Hydrology', Jammu, Jan.4-5, 1989.

66.  Mathur, B.S. and Goel, N.K. (1989), 'Was July 5, 1988 storm at Roorkee an unusual one?', Proceedings of regional workshop on 'Unusual storm events and their relevance to dam safety' Narmadasagar dam site, Sept. 1989.

67.  Goel, N.K. and Seth, S.M. (1988), 'Comments on Evaluating flood retarding structures by W.F. Rogers and V.P. Singh (Advances in Water Resources, 1986, Vol. 9/4)' Published as letter to the Editor, Advances in Water Resources, Vol. ll, pp.48.

68.  Goel, N.K. and Seth, S.M. (1988), 'Comparative study of different parameter estimation techniques for EV1 distribution', Proceedings of International Seminar on 'Hydrology of Extremes', Roorkee, Dec.l-3, 1988.

69.  Goel, N.K., Seth, S.M. and Chandra Satish (1987), 'Design flood estimation of Narmada Sagar project using partial duration series - a case study', in V. P. Singh (editor), 'Application of frequency and risk analysis in water resources' Reidel, Dordrech, pp.113-122.

70.  Goel, N.K. (1985), 'Outliers in flood frequency analysis' Proceedings of National Seminar on water Resources Development - Role of Proper Investigation', Jabalpur, Sept.l-3, 1985.

71.  Goel, N.K. and Seth, S.M. (1985), 'Data related problems in frequency analysis' Proceedings of National Seminar on 'Flood Frequency Analysis', New Delhi, Sept. 30, 1985.

 

 

72.  Seth, S.M. and Goel, N.K. (1985), 'Regional flood frequency analysis' Proceedings of National Seminar on 'Flood Frequency Analysis', New Delhi, Sept. 30, 1985.

73.  Goel, N.K. and Seth, S.M. (1985), 'Tentative spillway design flood estimation for Narmada Sagar Project', Proceedings of National Seminar on 'Flood Frequency Analysis', New Delhi, Sept.30, 1985.

74.  Goel, N.K. and Chander, S. (1984), 'Flood stage forecasting using ARMAX models', Proceedings of National Seminar on 'Real Time Forecasting', New Delhi, Oct. 3l, 1984.

75.  Soni, B., Goel, N.K. and Singh, J. (1984), 'Probable rainfall for integrated planning - a mixed distribution approach', Proceedings of National Seminar on 'Hydrology', Poona, June 29 to July 7, 1984.

 

TECHNICAL REPORTS

1.      Goel, N.K. and Chander, S. (2002), 'Regionalisation of hydrological parameters', Indian National Committee on Hydrology report no. INCOH/SAR- 24/2002, INCOH secretariat, National Institute of Hydrology, 101 p.

2.      Goel, N.K. (1988), 'Forecasting of monsoon runoff using data from specific basins', National Institute of Hydrology Technical Report no.TR-43.

3.      Seth, S.M. and Goel, N.K. (1987), 'Comparative study of different parameter estimation techniques for EV-l  distribution', National Institute of Hydrology Technical Report no. TR-36.

4.      Goel, N.K. (1986), 'Simple technique for forecasting of monsoon rainfall and runoff and application to Mahanadi river at Hirakud', National Institute of Hydrology Technical Report no.TR-l7.

5.      Seth, S.M., Goel, N.K. and Nirupma, P. (1987), 'Application of bivariate Thomas Fiering model for monthly streamflow generation in Mahanadi river basin', National Institute of Hydrology Technical Report no. CS-19.

6.      Seth, S.M. and Goel, N.K. (1986), 'Some studies on plotting position formuae for Gumbel EV- 1 distribution', National Institute of Hydrology Technical Report no. TR-9.

7.      Seth, S.M. and Goel, N.K. (1986), 'Techniques for flood frequency analysis', National Institute of Hydrology Technical Report no. UM-24.

8.      Seth, S.M. and Goel, N.K. (1985), 'Partial duration series models', National Institute of Hydrology Technical Report no. CS-ll.

9.      Seth, S.M. and Goel, N.K. (1985), 'Time series analysis models', National Institute of Hydrology Technical Report no. RN-l8.

10.  Seth, S.M. and Goel, N.K. (1985), 'Flood forecasting models', National Institute of Hydrology Technical Report no. RN-35.

11.  Goel, N.K. (1984), 'Time series analysis', National Institute of Hydrology Technical Report no. IND/74/045.

12.  Seth, S.M. and Goel, N.K (1984), 'Frequency analysis', National Institute of Hydrology Technical Report no. UM-2.

13.  Seth, S.M., Goel, N.K. and Bhatia K.K.S. (1984), 'Monthly streamflow generation', National Institute of Hydrology Technical Report no. CS-8.

14.  Seth, S.M. and Goel, N.K. (1984), 'Partial duration series models', National Institute of Hydrology Technical Report no.RN-5.

15.  Seth, S.M., Perumal, M. and Goel, N.K. (1983), 'Development and application of programme on power transformation method to flood frequency analysis - A comparative study with other normalization procedures', National Institute of Hydrology Technical Report.

 

SPONSORED RESEARCH PROJECTS HANDLED

1.      Theory of Change Observatory on Disaster Resilience, joint project sponsored by Belmont Forum; participating as associated partner with University of Sao Paulo, Brazil; 2020-2022.

2.      Analysis of Climate Change and Urban Heat Island Impact in Dehradun, Uttarakhand, sponsored by DST; Rs 62 lakhs; 2018-19, as Co-PI.

3.      Capacity Building of IIT Roorkee in the Area of Dam Safety; Sponsored by Ministry of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation; Rs 10.92 Crores, 2017-18.

4.      Meteorological Data Collection, Monitoring, Processing and Analysis to Evaluate Climate Variability in the State of Uttaranchal under U-PROBE sponsored by Department of Science and Technology, Government of India Amount Rs. 23.5 lakhs; 2002-03 Completed, as Co-PI.

5.      Development of spatial water and climate information system for the state of Uttaranchal under U-PROBE sponsored by Department of Science and Technology, Government of India Amount Rs. 13.68 lakhs Completed.; 2003-04.

6.      Studying meandering and shifting behaviour of the Ganges River in plains of Uttarakhand UCOST, Dehradun, India- 2012-13 Completed. Rs. 2.5 Lakhs; as Co-PI.

7.      Inventorisation of Industries Using Web and GIS based Techniques for Hardwar and Udham Singh Nagar Districts, UCOST, Dehradun, India- 2010-11 Completed.; 6.6 lakhs, as Co-PI.

8.      Development of Dynamic Flood frequency models- sponsored by Min. of Water Resources Rs. 3.60 lakhs; 1996 Completed. 

 

CONSULTANCY PROJECTS HANDLED AS PI/ Co-PI

1.      Development of operational Inflow forecasting system for Chamera 3 project; sponsored by NHPC Ltd., 2020-2023, 1.36 Crores.

2.      Real-time flood forecasting system for Tehri dam:

·         Phase I - Development of operational real time flood forecasting system for Tehri dam, sponsored by THDCIL; 1.21 Crores, 2011-12.

·         Phase II - Improvement in Real Time Inflow Forecasting System, sponsored by THDCIL; 48.95 lakhs, 2019-20.

·         Phase III - Inflow Forecasts for Tehri Dam Using Operational Inflow Forecasting System, sponsored by THDCIL; 29.09 lakhs, 2020-21.

·         Phase IV - Issuing Inflow Forecasts for Tehri Dam Reservoir Using Operational Inflow Forecasting System, sponsored by THDCIL; 36.81 lakhs, 2021-22.

·         Phase V - Issuing Inflow for Tehri Dam Using Operational Inflow Forecasting System, sponsored by THDCIL; 37.76 lakhs, 2022-23.

3.      Development of Water Resources Information System; Third party Evaluation; Sponsored by Ministry of Jal Shakti, Department of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation; 24.78 Lakhs. Completed; 2021- 2022.

4.      Flood routing studies for Kol Dam, sponsored by NTPC Ltd. 2020-21 Rs 18.88 lakhs. Completed. 2021-2022.

5.      Climate Proofing of Springshed Development Programme, sponsored by UNDP; 14.0 lakhs; Co-PI. 2019-2021, as Co-PI

6.      Vetting of reports of Disaster Risk Assessment of Uttarakhand, sponsored by Uttarakhand Disaster Recovery Project; Rs. 1.62 crores; 2017-18; as Co- PI.

 

 

7.      Area drainage study in and around HPCL, Rajasthan Refinery Ltd., Pachpadra, Barmer; sponsored by EIL; Rs. 11.8 lakhs (2018-19); Contributed as Co- PI.

8.      Study of the migration/ meandering behavior of River Midhola in Distt Surat; sponsored by GAIL (India) Limited. (Rs 7.965 lakhs); 2017-18, Completed.

9.      Performance Evaluation of Dam Rehabilitation and Improvement Project (DRIP); 2017-18 sponsored by MoWR, RD &GR; 23.6 lakhs Completed.

10.  Estimation of PMF, design flood including determining spillway capacity for Gulf of Khambat development Project- Kalpasar project’, sponsored by Kalpasar Department, 69.39 lakhs, 2012-13 Completed.

11.  Ground water coloration studies near Shabajpur village, sponsored by Jubilant Life Sciences Limited, Gajraula, 14.97 Lakhs 2013-14 Completed.

12.  Revision of guidelines of estimation of design basis flood for inland nuclear power plants, AERB, Rs. 10 lakhs, 2014-15; Completed.

13.  Review of hydrological report of VSI airport, Port Blair, Airports Authority of India, Rs. 15.17 lakhs Completed.

14.  Ground water and soil remediation measures near CTO-V, Hyderabad, Dr Reddy’s, 13.1 lakhs 2014-15; Completed.          

15.  Hydrology and power potential studies for Vishnugad Pipalkoti HEP, sponsored by THDC Ltd. 13.23 lakhs, 2011-12 Completed.

16.  Review of reports and drawings of South dump site for Chenani- Nashri tunnel J&K, sponsored by Leighton Contractors India Pvt. Ltd. and NHAI amount Rs. 7.3 lakhs, 2013-14 Completed.

17.  Review of reports and drawings of dump sites for Chenani- Nashri tunnel J&K, sponsored by Leighton Contractors India Pvt. Ltd. and NHAI amount Rs. 25.3 lakhs, 2012-13 Completed.

18.  Hydrological Assessment for Chenani- Nashri tunnel area, sponsored by Leighton Contractors India Pvt. Ltd. and NHAI amount Rs. 11.47 lakhs, 2011-12 Completed.

19.  Hydrological study near Shamsabad area by GMR, Year 2010-11, Amount Rs.16.7 Lakhs Completed.       

20.  GLOF studies for two sub-basins in Twang basin, Arunachal Pradesh, Sponsored by SEW Infrastructure, Hyderabad. Rs. 15.6 lakhs, 2011-13 Completed.

21.  Data validation for SEW project sites, Sponsored by SEW Infrastructure, Hyderabad. Rs. 5.0 lakhs, 2011-12 Completed.

22.  Velocity and Cross Section Measurements of Chilla Canal, sponsored by DLZ Power Pvt. Ltd., Pune, 2009-10, Rs. 5.6 lakhs Completed.

23.  Meandering behavior of river Ramganga and Ganga near Farrukhabad, sponsored by GAIL (India), limited, Rs. 21 lakhs – year 2009-10 Completed.

24.  Processing and verification of discharge data of river Tamaklata and Alaknada, sponsored by R.K. Engineering, Roorkee, Rs. 5.5 lakhs, year 2009-10 Completed.

25.  Ground water coloration studies near Shabajpur village, sponsored by Jubilant Organosys, Gajraula, 5.5Lakhs - year 2010 Completed.

26.  Ground water coloration studies near Shabajpur village, sponsored by Jubilant Organosys, Gajraula, 6.7 Lakhs - year 2009 Completed.

27.  Series extension and design energy computations for Tehri dam, sponsored by THDC Ltd., 2.2 lacks – year 2009-10 Completed.

28.  Study and Analysis of observed data of Suketi Khad, Kansa Khad and River Beas Sponsored by Bhakra Beas Management Board, Year 2008-09, Amount Rs. 7.86 Lakhs Completed.

29.  Hydrological Survey at Koteswar Power Station – Water Supply and Geophysical Investigations Sponsored by Power Grid Corporation of India, Year 2008-09, Amount Rs. 2.25 Lakhs Completed.

 

30.  Review of Gomti Nagar (extension) Drainage Design Sponsored by Lucknow Development Authority, Year 2008-09, Amount Rs. 6.75 Lakhs - Completed.

31.  Review of Hydrological Aspects of TATO – II and SIYOM HE-Project Sponsored by Reliance, Year 2008-09, Amount Rs. 6.75 Lakhs Completed.

32.  Reconnaissance Study Around GHIAL Sponsored by GMR, Year 2008-09, Amount Rs.1.12 Lakhs Completed.

33.  Hydrological Studies at Cuttack, Orissa, Sponsored by M/S WAPCOS, Year 2008-09, Amount Rs. 5.05 Lakhs Completed.

34.  River Migration Studies, Design Flood Studies, Sponsored by L&T, Year 2008-09, Amount Rs. 29 Lakhs Completed.

35.  Review of Hydrology of Tehri dam, sponsored by THDC, Year 2008-09, Amount Rs. 4.5 lacks Completed.

36.  Urban drainage design for Jaipur city, sponsored by Jaipur Development Authority, Year 2008-09, Amount 7.86 Lakhs Completed.

37.  Evaluation Study of completed Research schemes under the R&D Programme of MoWR, sponsored by Ministry of Water Resources, New Delhi, year 2006-07, amount Rs. 13.5 Lakhs Completed.

38.  Hydrological study for Song dam, Amount Rs. 1.0 Lakhs Completed.

39.  State level master plan for SHP Potential sites in Chhattisgarh, as Co-PI. Completed.

40.  Strengthening Disaster Mitigation and Management at State level in India, as Co-PI, Asian Disaster Preparedness Center, (Flood Plans for UP) Completed.

41.  Regional flow regimes estimation for small scale hydropower assessment (REFRESHA) Co-PI, Completed.

42.  External Drainage Design for Kosi Kotwan Industrial Estate of UPSIDC Co-PI Completed.

43.  Preparation of detailed project for the conservation and management of Dal - Nagin lake in Srinagar (J&K) Co-PI, Completed.

44.  External drainage design for TRONICA city, UPSIDC project, Co-PI (1998), Completed.

45.  Testing of pan Evaporimeters (1998), M/s Delite Engineering Works, Roorkee, Completed.

46.  Hydrology study for integrated steel plant, Satarda, Usha Ispat Ltd. (1997), Co-PI, Completed.

47.  Development of hydrological watershed simulation model (phase-l) Review and recommended approach, Ministry of Agriculture, New Delhi, (1992), Co-PI, Completed.

48.  Design flood estimation for Kishau dam, National Institute of Hydrology (1989), Co-PI, Completed.

49.  Water availability studies for Mahanadi River basin at three sites, National Institute of Hydrology (1986), Co-PI, Completed.

50.  Design flood estimation for Narmada Sagar and Sardar Sarovar Project, National Institute of Hydrology, (1985), Co-PI, Completed.

 

SPONSORED SHORT TERM COURSES

1.      Design flood estimation for gauged catchments, August 17-19, 2020, Sponsored by Ministry of Jal Shakti, Department of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation, GoI.

2.      Design flood estimation for ungauged catchments, August 20-21. 2020, Sponsored by Ministry of Jal Shakti, Department of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation, GoI.

3.      Design flood estimation for gauged catchments, September 16-18, 2019, Sponsored by Ministry of Jal Shakti, Department of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation, GoI.

4.      Design flood estimation for ungauged catchments, September 19-20, 2019, Sponsored by Ministry of Jal Shakti, Department of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation, GoI.

5.      Open data Sources: Spatiotemporal analysis; March 19-24, 2018, sponsored by National Hydrology project, Ministry of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation, GoI.

6.      Water Resources Management; Jan. 8-27, 2018 for participants of Africa, sponsored by East and Southern African Division, Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India

7.      Investigation, remediation and Management of Soil and groundwater Contaminated sites; Nov. 20-22, Sponsored by Central Pollution Control Board.

8.      Open data Sources: Spatiotemporal analysis; Oct. 9-14, 2017, sponsored by National Hydrology project, Ministry of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation, GoI.

9.      River basin planning using HEC software; February 20-25, 2017 sponsored by National Hydrology project, Ministry of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation, GoI.

10.  River basin planning using HEC software; September 5-10, 2016 sponsored by National Hydrology project, Ministry of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation, GoI.

11.  River basin planning using HEC software; July 11-16, 2016, sponsored by National Hydrology project, Ministry of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation, GoI.

12.  River basin planning using HEC software; May 16-23, 2016, sponsored by National Hydrology project, Ministry of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation, GoI.

13.  Flood forecasting and Warning; October 26-30, 2015, International short term training course sponsored by World Meteorological Organization, Geneva

14.  Flood estimation and forecasting; Sept. Feb. 22-27, 2015 for the officers of Tamil Nadu water Resources Department

15.  Hydrological analysis and planning for water resources projects; July 13-18, 2014 for the officers of Tamil Nadu water Resources Department

16.  Climate change issues and impacts on water resources management in coastal and seasonal wetlands, April 7-17, 2014 for the officers of BWDB, Bangladesh

17.  GIS and Remote sensing applications in water resources projects, Feb. 9-14, 2014 for the officers of Tamil Nadu water Resources Department

18.  Climate change issues and impacts on water resources management in coastal and seasonal wetlands, June 9-19, 2013 for the officers of BWDB, Bangladesh

19.  Climate change issues and impacts on water resources management in coastal and seasonal wetlands, March 11-20, 2013 for the officers of BWDB, Bangladesh

20.  Remote sensing and GIS applications in hydro-power projects, Jan. 21-23, 2013 for the officers of NHPC Ltd.

21.  Remote sensing and GIS applications in hydro-power projects, Jan. 14-18, 2013 for the officers of NHPC Ltd.

22.  Hydrological analysis for water resource planning and management in environmental aspects, June 11-22, 2012 for the officers BWDB, Bangladesh

23.  Climate change effect on flood estimates and hydrological variables, March 5-14, 2012 for the officers BWDB, Bangladesh

24.  Crop Water Management, Dec. 13-17, 2011 for the officers of minor Irrigation, Govt. of Orissa.

25.  Estimation of design flood and design of spillways for minor irrigation projects Dec. 1-5, 2011 for the officers of minor Irrigation, Govt. of Orissa.

26.  Remotes sensing and GIS applications for hydro-power projects, October 19-21, 2011 for the officers of NHPC Ltd.

27.  Hydrological and water resources planning for minor irrigation projects, Sept 26-30, 2011 for the officers of minor Irrigation, Govt. of Orissa.

 

 

28.  Remotes sensing and GIS applications for hydro-power projects June 20-22, 2011 for the officers of NHPC Ltd.

29.  Flood estimation in a changing climate March 5-12, 2011 for the officers of Institute of Water Modeling, Govt. of Bangladesh

30.  Urban flood modeling and drainage design, March 22-27, 2010, sponsored by Govt. of Sri Lanka

31.  Remote sensing and GIS applications for Hydro-power projects, Feb. 22-27, 2010 sponsored by NHPC Ltd.

32.  Ground water resource evaluation in Hard rock areas, Oct. 19- 24, 2009, sponsored by ground water Department, Govt. of Andhra Pradesh

33.  Hydrological Analyses and Planning for Water Resources Projects with Exposure to Emerging Tools, Nov. 16 – 21, 2008, sponsored by Maharashtra Water Resources Department

34.  Urban Flood Modeling and Drainage Design, Sept. 22 – 27, 2008, sponsored by MMRDA

35.  Planning Analyses and Modeling of Groundwater in Hard Rock Areas, Sept. 01- 06, 2008 Sponsored by GSDA, Pune, Govt. of Maharashtra

36.  Planning Analyses and Modeling of Groundwater in Hard Rock Areas, Aug. 18- 23, 2008, sponsored by Department of Mines and Geology, Govt. of Karnataka

37.  Groundwater Planning, Analyses and Modeling in Hard Rock Areas, sponsored by Department of Mines and Geology, Govt. of Karnataka, July 21 – 26, 2008

38.  Hydrological Analyses and Planning for Hydro Power Project, June 9-14, 2008, sponsored by NHPC Ltd.

39.  Hydrological Analyses and Planning for Hydro Power Project, Dec. 17-22, 2007, sponsored by NHPC Ltd.

40.  Hydrological Analyses and Planning for Hydro Power Project with emphasis on Design flood Estimation, Oct. 1-6, 2007, sponsored by Damodar Valley Corporation

41.  Design flood analysis for hydropower projects, Aug. 20-25, 2007 sponsored by NTPC Ltd.

42.  Hydrological Analyses and Planning for Hydro Power Project with emphasis on Design flood Estimation, Jul 2-7, 2007, sponsored by NHPC Ltd.

43.  Hydrological Analyses and Planning for Hydro Power Project with emphasis on Design flood Estimation. Feb. 19-24, 2007, sponsored by Satluj Jal Vidyut Nigam Ltd.

44.  Hydrological analyses and planning for Hydropower projects with emphasis on design flood estimation, Dec. 18-23, 2006 sponsored by Damodar Valley Corporation.

45.  Urban flood disaster modeling and management Oct. 16-21, 2006 in joint collaboration with UNESCO-IHE, Netherlands, funded by NUFFIC.

46.  Hydrological analyses and planning for Hydropower projects with emphasis on design flood estimation, July 31-Aug. 5, 2006, sponsored by NHPC Ltd.

47.  Hydrological analyses and planning for Hydropower projects, June 5-10, 2006, sponsored by NTPC Ltd.

48.  Flood estimation using Unit Hydrograph Techniques, April 15-19, 1985 at National Institute of Hydrology as Scientist of NIH.

49.  Flood frequency analysis, May 13-17, 1985 at National Institute of Hydrology as Scientist of NIH.

50.  Flood frequency analysis, Oct. 7-10, 1985 at Guwahati as Scientist of NIH.

51.  Flood frequency analysis, Dec. 16-20, 1985 at Calcutta as Scientist of NIH

52.  Observation, processing and analysis of precipitation data, Feb. 24- 28, 1986 at National Institute of Hydrology as Scientist of NIH.

53.  Flood frequency analysis, August 25-30, 1986, at Bhubaneswar as Scientist of NIH

54.  Flood routing flood forecasting, Nov. 10- 14, 1986 at at National Institute of Hydrology as Scientist of NIH.

 

 

55.  Flood estimation using Unit Hydrograph Techniques, Nov. 24- 28, at KERS, Mysore as Scientist of NIH

56.  Design storm and design flood, Jan. 5-9, 1987 at National Institute of Hydrology as Scientist of NIH.

57.  Reservoir operation, April 6-10, 1987 at National Institute of Hydrology as Scientist of NIH.

58.  Design storm and design flood, August 10-14, 1987 at KERS, Mysore as Scientist of NIH.

59.  Flood frequency analysis, Oct. 5-9, 1987 at Hyderabad, as Scientist of NIH.

60.  Flood estimation using Unit Hydrograph Techniques, Feb. 8-12, 1988 at Lucknow.

 

National and International Conferences organized

1.      National Seminar on 'Hydrological Hazards- Prevention and Mitigation', at IIT Roorkee, March 17- 18, 1993, as Organizing Secretary.

2.      International Symposium on 'Emerging Trends in Hydrology' at IIT Roorkee, Sept. 25-27, 1997; as Joint Organizing Secretary.

3.      International Symposium on ‘Hydrological Perspectives for Sustainable Development’ at IIT Roorkee, Feb. 23-25, 2005, as member of core organizing committee. 

4.      Third National Dam Safety conference at IIT Roorkee in collaboration with Central Water Commission, and UJVNL February 18-19, 2017.

 

 International exposure:

            

Aug. 1983 - Jan. 1984

Colorado State University, Fort Collins, U.S.A., Also visited USGS, University of Texas, Purdue university, Harvard, MIT etc. across USA

Nov. 1987 - Dec. 1987

University College Galway, Ireland

Dec. 1998 - March, 1999

University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada, Tufts University, Medford, MA, USA

May 2001 to Aug. 2001

University of Waterloo, Canada

June 2003 to July 2003

University of Waterloo, Canada

Oct. 2005

Norway, UNESCO-IHE Delft

Sept. 2006      

Nanjing, China, AIT, Bangkok

March- April, 2007

UNESCO- IHE Delft, WMO, Geneva, Switzerland

June 2007

UNESCO-IHE, Delft

Sept. 23-25, 2011

Dhaka, Bangladesh, Institute of Water Modelling

July 13-22, 2012

TUHH, Germany, WMO Geneva, Dubai

Nov. 17-21, 2016

Wuhan, China; Three Gorges Dam

Sept. 11-15, 2022

IWA World Water Congress and Exhibition, Copenhagen, Denmark

Sept 16-24, 2022

London, Centre of Ecology and Hydrology, Wallingford, UK