2014 - Urooj Khan

Project description

2010 – 2014

Urooj was funded off an ARC Linkage project with the aim of developing a computationally efficient semi-distributed model which could run climate change simulations at a catchment level in sensible times. Urooj was supervised Narendra Tuteja (at the BoM), Hoori Ajami and Ashish, and ended up with what could be a very different way of doing hydrology using a fraction of run-time any distributed or semi-distributed models use.

His papers were:

  • Khan, U., N. K. Tuteja, H. Ajami, and A. Sharma (2014), An equivalent cross-sectional basis for semidistributed hydrological modeling, Water Resources Research, 50(5), 20, doi:10.1002/2013WR014741.
  • Khan, U., N. K. Tuteja, and A. Sharma (2013), Delineating hydrologic response units in large upland catchments and its evaluation using soil moisture simulations, Environmental Modelling and Software.
  • Liu, Z., U. Khan, and A. Sharma (2014), A new method for verification of delineated channel networks, Water Resources Research, 50, doi:10.1002/2013WR014290.
  • Khan, U., et al. (2016). "Applicability of Hydrologic Response Units in low topographic relief catchments and evaluation using high resolution aerial photograph analysis." Environmental Modelling and Software 81: 56-71.