Conceptual model for evapotranspiration and recharge fluxes for various plots in the distributed hydrological model (DHM).
High intensity rainfall in Bangalore city under climate change for near future (2021–50) for RCP 8.5 Scenario with 10 year return period. The figure shows uncertainty in rainfall intensities obtained from Bayesian analysis. Results from various GCMs (shown on X-axis), Reliability Ensemble Average (REA) and from Historical data are shown. The climate change projections clearly indicate an increase in high intensity rainfall.
Precipitation changes in idealized climate model simulations where forest are converted to grasslands over a) entire global land, b) boreal regions (50o-90oN), midlatitudes (20o-50oN) and d) tropical regions (-20o-20oN) . In the case global, boreal and mid-latitude deforestation, one can clearly find the movement of the ITCZ towards the southern hemisphere.
Variations in average monthly salinity as well as O and C isotopic compositions at the Hooghly estuary and its relationships with the amount of rainfall and Ganges discharge.
Integrated urban water management systems with sensor technologies.