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JSS Academy of Higher Education and Research , Mysuru, India  - Workshop Presentations (25th-28th June 2019)

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Day 1 : Tuesday, 25th June, 2019

Welcome and Inaugural session(JSS Academy of Higher Education and Research , Mysuru, India)

Dr Shivaraju H PuttaiahWelcome Opening of Workshop 
Prof. Harry Dixon (IUKWC Coordinator, CEH)Welcome and Introduction to the IUKWC 
Dr. Atul K Sahai (IUKWC Coordinator, IITM)Introduction of Delegates 
Prof Pradeep MujumdarKeynote Address on "Regional Impacts of Climate Change: Implications for Water Resource Management 11" 

Session 1: Introduction to the Workshop

Dr David JenkinsWorkshop purpose, objectives and overview of the 4 days 

Session 2: Understanding the Inter-Relationship between the Water Food and Energy (WFE) Nexus and Sustainable Development

Session Chairs:

Prof Pradeep Mujumdar (IISc, Bangalore, India) & Dr David Jenkins (University of Plymouth, UK)
Dr Manoj Tiwari (IIT Kharagpur)Benchmarking Energy Efficiency of Water Distribution Networks PDF icon M K Tiwari.pdf
Dr Namrata Sengar (University of Kota)Interlinkages - Energy and Water Management 13 PDF icon Namrata.pdf
Dr Rajeev Pratap Singh (BHU)Utilization Of Municipal Solid Waste Leachate In Irrigation: Potential Benefits and Threats PDF icon Dr Rajeev Pratap Singh.pdf
Dr Dipak Jadhav (MIT)Water reuse and electricity generation from human waste in advance bioelectric toilet system during wastewater treatment for effective water management PDF icon Dr. Dipak A. Jadhav.pdf

Session 3: Exploring the Inter-Linkage between Integrated Water Resource Management and the WFE Nexus

Session Chairs:

Prof Manoj Kumar Basavarajappa (JSS S&TU, India) and Dr Alejandro Gallego Schmid (University of Manchester, UK)
Dr Vikram Kumar (Gaya College of Engineering)Sustainable watershed development in Himalaya PDF icon Vikram.pdf
Ms Sai Veena (IIT Bombay)Evaluating proposed Godavari to Krishna inter-basin water transfers in Southern India under changing climate and human demands 
Dr David Jenkins (University of Plymouth)Water, Food and Energy Working in Harmony: A Madhya Pradesh Perspective PDF icon David Jenkins.pdf

Session 4: Water Quality – Exploring the current Status, Challenges and Innovations

Session Chairs:

Prof Awadhesh Jha (University of Plymouth, UK) and Dr Manoj Tiwari (IIT Kharagpur)
Dr Biplab Biswas (The University of Burdwan)Spatial Mapping & Spatio-Temporal Variation of Ground Water Arsenic Concentration in Parts of the Western BhagirathiHooghly Sub-System PDF icon Presentation_As_BB.pdf
Dr. Surajit Chakraborty (IISWBM)Understanding the control of geology, geomorphology and landuse / landcover on arsenic distribution in groundwater of Bengal Basin using high-resolution RS, GIS and PCA PDF icon Dr.Surajit Chakraborty.pdf
Dr Bheemappa K (Bangalore University)Shoreline Conservation Strategies - A profile in the Peri Urban area Fresh water Lakes of Bengaluru PDF icon Bheemappa IUKWC.pdf

Session 5: Drinking Water Availability and Quality

Session Chairs:

Dr William Hunter (Ulster University, UK) and Dr Shivaraju H Puttaiah (JSSAHER, India)
Dr Giuliano Punzo (University of Sheffield)Networks, water systems, urban sustainability and resilience: An integrated approach PDF icon GP_presentation.pdf
Dr Pallavi N (JSSAHER)Water quality parameters of urban and rural lakes in Mysuru district PDF icon Pallavi N.pdf
Mr Dineshkumar Singh (TCS)Use of Digital Five Forces to understand, plan and adapt the impact on freshwater due to climate change PDF icon Dineshkumar Singh.pdf
Dr Bhopal Pandeya (Imperial College London)Can citizen science and affordable monitoring technologies address water management challenges at local scale? PDF icon Presentation_B Pandeya.pdf

Session 6: Wastewater Management and Use

Session Chairs:

Dr Diganta Das (Loughborough University, UK) and Dr Namrata Sengar (University of Kota, India)
Dr Devendra Saroj (University of Surrey)Reducing the spread of pollutants from municipal wastewater using a combined system PDF icon DrSaroj-Mysore.pdf
Dr Alejandro Gallego Schmid (University of Manchester)Life cycle assessment (LCA) of wastewater treatment in developing countries PDF icon Alejandro Gallego Schmid_Final.pdf

Session 8: Safe and Sustainable Technologies and Strategies for Water-FoodEnergy Security

Session Chairs:

Prof Manoj Kumar Basavarajappa (JSS S&TU, India) and Dr Devendra Saroj (University of Surrey, UK)
Prof Awadhesh Jha (University of Plymouth)Applications of ‘biomarkers’ in environmental risk assessment: linking human and environmental health PDF icon A Jha.pdf
Dr Sanjeev Kumar (Central University of Jharkhand)Remediation of heavy metals and inorganic pollutant through plants species PDF icon SK.pdf
Dr William Hunter (Ulster University)Assessing ecological sensitivity to pharmaceutical pollution using the Tea-Bag Index. PDF icon Hunter.pdf
Dr Ritu Singh (Central University of Rajasthan)Nanoparticles based remediation of environmental contaminants PDF icon Dr. Ritu Singh.pdf

Session 9: Safe and Sustainable Technologies and Strategies for Water-FoodEnergy Security

Session Chairs:

Prof Manoj Kumar Basavarajappa (JSS S&TU, India) and Dr William Hunter (Ulster University, UK)
Dr Anbazhagi Muthukumar (Central University of Kerala)Presence of potentially bioaccumulative and toxic per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances in the aquatic environment PDF icon Anbaa.pdf
Mr Matteo Tucci (University of Cambridge, UK)Floating MFC for realtime wastewater monitoring: Field application PDF icon Matteo Tucci.pdf

Session 10: WFE Nexus technology for sustainable management

Session Chairs:

Dr David Jenkins (University of Plymouth, UK) & Dr Ritu Singh (Central University of Rajasthan, India)
Mr Sunil Singh (PETCI, India)Strategy for finding fresh water from rain water: Local technology vs latest technology PDF icon Sunil.pdf
Dr Diganta Bhusan Das (Loughborough University, UK)Sensing for water quality (Time Domain Reflectometry and membrane based sensors) PDF icon DasDB.pdf

University of Warwick, Coventry, UK  - Workshop Presentations (8th-10th May 2019)

Agenda  PDF icon Re_Agenda_Warwick.pdf
 
 
 
 
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Day 1 : Wednesday, 8th May, 2019

Welcome and Inaugural session(University of Warwick, Coventry, UK)

Ant Parsons (ICE blue) and Kapil Gupta (IIT Bombay)Opening of Workshop - Workshop purpose, objectives and overview of the 3 days PDF icon Ant_Warwick.pdf
Prof. Harry Dixon (IUKWC Coordinator, CEH)Welcome and Introduction to the IUKWC 
Dr. Atul K Sahai (IUKWC Coordinator, IITM)Introduction of Delegates 

Session 1: Integrated Catchment Management

Objective: To explore a range of approaches taken for integrated catchment management to inform where there are research gaps.
Mr John Bryden (UK)Applying scientific approaches to enable land managers to deliver catchment management PDF icon John Bryden.pdf
Mr Saikat Pal (India)Comparative analysis of catchments and their management diversification: A case from West Bengal, India. PDF icon Saikat Pal.pdf
Dr Vinay Nikam (India)Challenges in managing urban catchment: Case study of Thane city PDF icon Dr. Vinay Nikam.pdf
Dr Azhoni Adani (India)Inter-institutional networks for catchment sustainability: insights from Sutlej river basin management in India PDF icon Azhoni Krichena.pdf
Dr Somasekhar Rao Polisetti (India)Catchment management for securing water supplies in the Tungabhadra sub-basin of Krishna basin in Karnataka State of India PDF icon P S Rao v2.pdf

Session 2: Water Quality & Monitoring

Objective: To share experience of water quality challenges and innovative approaches to monitoring.
Dr Nathalie Gilbert (UK)Innovative approaches to water quality monitoring - INTCATCH PDF icon Nathalie Gilbert.pdf
Dr Rajeev Pratap Singh (India)Agricultural utilisation of waste water: Potential benefits and threats PDF icon Dr Rajeev Pratap Singh.pdf
Dr David Oliver (UK)A stakeholder driven approach to mapping diffuse microbial pollution risk in catchments PDF icon Dr David Oliver v1.pdf

Session 3: Urban drainage and Nature-Based Solutions

Objective: To gain an insight into urban drainage and nature-based solutions.
Dr Vasiliki Ioannidou (UK)Hydraulic and design parameters in fullscale constructed Wetlands and treatment units PDF icon Vasiliki Ioannidou.pdf
Dr Sarah Cook (UK)The synergy and pathways between microplastic’s and solute transport in natural environments. PDF icon SarahCook_Warwick.pdf
Mr Kuldeep Swarnkar (India)Developing a simple mathematical model for solute transport in urban drainage systems PDF icon Kuldeep Swarnkar.pdf

Session 4: Challenges of Climate Change on Catchment Hydrology

Objective: To explore the challenges of climate change on catchment hydrology and identify areas for further research.
Dr Jimmy O’Keefe (UK)Exploring feedbacks between human and natural environments PDF icon Jimmy O’Keefe.pdf
Mrs Ashwini Pai Panandiker (India)Projections of future dependable flow in the light of changing climate: A case study in Goa, India. . PDF icon Ashwini Pai Panandiker.pdf
Mr Richard Dallison (UK)Modelling the impact of climate change on the sustainability of water supply for the rural Afon Dyfi catchment in mid Wales PDF icon Richard Dallison.pdf

Session 5: Hydrology and Hydrometry

Objective: To explore innovations in hydrology and hydrometry .
Prof. Rajendra Singh (India)Development of a large-scale conceptual hydrological model for India. PDF icon Dr Rajendra Singh.pdf
Dr VK Mini (India)A study on two extreme weather events in succession over a southern state of India in recent years. PDF icon Dr V.K Mini.pdf

Session 6: Catchment Case Studies

Objective: To identify learning from applied science in catchment case studies .
Dr Rehana Shaik (India)Assessment of Regional Evapotranspiration over a Large River Basin of India. PDF icon Rehana_UK Water.pdf
Dr Komali Kantamaneni (UK)Detection and delineation of water bodies in Hilly regions using CartoDEM SRTM and ASTER GDEM data. PDF icon Komali K.pdf
Dr Ajai Singh (India)Assessment of supply – demand by using Water Evaluation and Planning model for Ur river watershed, Madhya Pradesh, India. PDF icon Ajai Singh.pdf

Posters Presentations:

Mr Nitin Bassi (India)Catchment assessment and planning in India. PDF icon Nitin Bassi.pdf
Dr Mike Bowes (UK)High frequency automated biogeochemical monitoring techniques to determine pollution sources, nutrient dynamics and their impact on river ecology. PDF icon Warwick_mike_Poster.pdf
Mr Jaydeo Dharpure (India)Understanding the spatial differences in terrestrial water storage variations in the Indus, Ganga, and the Brahmaputra river basin. PDF icon Jaydeo K Dharpure.pdf
Dr Rachel Helliwell (UK)Working at the science-policy interface: Lessons from CREW on emerging issues and innovative approaches to monitoring and management in Scotland. PDF icon Helliwell-poster.pdf
Mr Amit Kumar (UK)Evaluating CHMs and GHMs simulations of droughts across eight large river basins. PDF icon Amit Kumar Poster.pdf
Dr Andrea Momblanch (UK)Making the most from nature: Modelling catchment management measures to reduce treatment costs. PDF icon Andrea Momblanch.pdf
Dr. Pradnya Dhage (India)Assessing the impact of land use /land cover change dynamics on the performance of Kangsabati reservoir. PDF icon Poster_Pradnya.pdf
Mr Amar Deep Tiwari (India)Short to sub -seasonal streamflow forecast for the natural inflow reservoirs. PDF icon Amardeeptiwary.pdf
Miss Sreeparvathy Vijay (India)Performance evaluation of hydrometric networks in India. PDF icon Shreeparvathy vijay.pdf

IISER, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India - UEI II Presentations (28th February - 2th March 2019)

UEI 2 Agenda PDF icon UEI 2 Agenda.pdf
 
Presenter NameTopics of the PresentationFilename

Welcome and Introduction to the IUKWC

Dr. Alexandre GagnonIntroduction of Delegates PDF icon Introduction of Delegates - Alexandre Gagnon.pdf
Prof. Harry DixonAbout UEI + Structure of the workshopPDF icon Welcome and Introduction to the IUKWC.pdf

Session 1: Water resources in Central India - Current situation and techniques used to assess water availability

Shri Anurag SrivastavaWater resource management with respect to forests in Central IndiaPDF icon Shri. Anurag Srivastava for Web.pdf
Mr. P. K. RaghuwanshiMonitoring sustainability of water supply schemes for rural areas in Madhya PradeshPDF icon Mr P K Raghuwanshi.pdf
Prof. Shakeel Ahmed Sustainability in the management of groundwater through effective incorporation of scientific outputs in decision-makingPDF icon Prof Shakeel Ahmed.pdf 
Dr. Subhas Singh Advanced Geophysical Techniques for Groundwater Exploration, Development and ManagementPDF icon Dr Subhas Singh.pdf 
Dr. Dharmaveer Singh Applications of geo-spatial and isotope technology in water resources mapping and monitoringPDF icon Dr Dharmaveer Singh.pdf 

Session 2.1: Climate variability in Central India

Dr. Venu GopalMonsoon droughts and their space-time structurePDF icon Dr Venu Gopal.pdf 
Dr. S.K. PandeyHydro - Geo morphological scenario of Madhya Pradesh StatePDF icon Dr S K Pandey.pdf 

Session 2.2: The impacts of climate change on water resources

Mr. Nathan RickardsA modelling approach to assess the impact of climate change and anthropogenic activity on the water resources of the Narmada riverPDF icon Mr Nathan Rickards.pdf 
Mr. Vivek SharmaAgri-water solutions in Semi - arid Central India- CARD experiencePDF icon Mr Vivek Sharma.pdf 
Dr. Om Prakash MadguniForests are integral to water cyclePDF icon Dr Om Prakash Madguni.pdf 
Dr. Prashant SrivastavaIrrigation scheduling and demand application developmentPDF icon Dr Prashant Srivastava.pdf 

Session 3: Approaches to water resource management

Dr. K.V Ramana RaoWater and Energy productivities of major field crops under different irrigation management practices in Central IndiaPDF icon Dr K V Ramana Rao.pdf 
Dr. Sophie SherriffUsing regional water-food-energy security indicators to support sustainable resources management in IndiaPDF icon Dr Sophie Sherriff.pdf 
Mr. N C JainRiver Inter linking challenges and prospectus in M.PPDF icon Mr N C Jain.pdf 
Prof. Bhaskar SenguptaLow cost soil and water treatment to reduce arsenic exposure from food grain and drinking waterPDF icon Prof Bhaskar Sengupta.pdf 
Dr. Sumit SinhaSimulation of water and solute in subsurface systems: Lysimeter based study in Ningbo, ChinaPDF icon Dr Sumit Sinha.pdf 

Session 4: Adaptation in the water sector

Dr. Mark EverardWater resource stewardship: protecting the wellbeing of interconnected beneficiaries of catchment ecosystem servicesPDF icon Dr Mark Everard.pdf 
Dr. Vijaya Lakshmi KoneruBundelkhand (Central India) Water Problems and Solution PossibilitiesPDF icon Dr. Vijaya lakshmi.pdf 
Prof. Vivek BhattWater Resources and Supply management in MP - A Virtual Water PerspectivePDF icon Vivek Bhatt.pdf 
Shri. Prashant DongreWatershed management in Madhya Pradesh: Case study of Bhoj TaalPDF icon Shri Prashant Dongre.pdf 

Indian Institute of Science Education & Research, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India - GFES 3 Presentations (25th -27th February 2019)

Presentation of GFES 3Filename
Grassroot Field Exposure Session 3 - Group 1 PDF icon GFES 3 Group 1 Presentation.pdf
Grassroot Field Exposure Session 3 - Group 2 PDF icon GFES 3 Group 2 Presentation.pdf
Grassroot Field Exposure Session 3 - Group 3 PDF icon GFES 3 Group 3 Presentation.pdf

Lancaster University, UK - Workshop Presentations (18th-20th September 2018)

Agenda  PDF icon Agenda.pdf 
 
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Day 1 : Tuesday, 18thSeptember, 2018

Welcome and Inaugural session(University of Lancaster, Lancaster, UK)

Dr Harry DixonWelcome and introduction to IUKWC PDF icon WI_Dixon.pdf 
Prof. Peter M. AtkinsonWorkshop objectives, structure, and process PDF icon wosp_peter.pdf 
Dr. V. ChakravarthiBrief Remarks on the expected outcome of the workshop  
Dr. A. K. SahaiInaugural talk: Monsoon mission efforts in predicting long break spells during monsoon leading to drought conditions over India PDF icon It_Sahai.pdf 

Session 1: Drought monitoring with special focus on multi-sensor data-based indicators, and indices at operational scales

Objective: Assessment drought monitoring indicators and indices at global, national, regional and local (high spatial and temporal resolution) scales for agricultural applications based on remote sensing, site-based sensing and machine learning.
Mr. Simon ParryFrom drought research to decision-making: Experiences from the UK and beyond PDF icon Simon_Parry.pdf 
Dr. P. GuhathakurthaMonitoring drought condition and providing outlook by drought indices like, SPI, SPEI and AAI from weekly to monthly scales. PDF icon P_Guhathakurta.pdf 
Dr. Jadunundan DashUsing multi-source EO data for monitoring crop health and productivity from farm to national scale PDF icon Jadu_Dash.pdf 

Session 2.1: Drought forecasting at operational scales (with special focus on prediction analytics)

Objective:  Assessment of state of art of fine resolution drought forecasting from downscaled climate models and data analytics (machine learning/deep learning approaches.
Dr. Indrani RoyAnalysing Indian Summer Monsoon and ENSO Teleconnections using Observations and CMIP5 Models PDF icon Ind_Roy.pdf 
Dr. Vimal MishraThe role of multi-model assessment in near real time drought monitoring in South Asia PDF icon V_Mishra.pdf 

Session 2.2: Drought forecasting at operational scales (with special focus on prediction analytics)

Objective: Assessment of state of art of fine resolution drought forecasting from downscaled climate models and data analytics (machine learning/deep learning approaches).
Dr. Alexandre GagnonSpectral analysis of low flow time series in the UK and links with atmospheric circulation PDF icon A_Gagnon.pdf 
Dr. Suryachandra RaoSpectral analysis of low flow time series in the UK and links with atmospheric circulation PDF icon A_Rao.pdf 

Day 2 : Wednesday, 19th September, 2018

Session 3 : Information on drought services, improving drought assessment, monitoring, and risk assessment for operational decisions for managing agricultural and water systems.

Objective:  Drought services, and drought assessment, monitoring and risk assessment at operational scales in agricultural and water systems.
Prof. P.S. RoyLong-Term satellite based assessment of agriculture performance and drought in India. PDF icon PS_Roy.pdf 
Dr. N.H. RaoLeveraging recent trends in high resolution geospatial data and analytics in agricultural drought monitoring. PDF icon NH_Rao.pdf 
Dr. David LeedalA global database of rainfall-runoff models for flood and drought-risk management. PDF icon D_Leedal.pdf 

Session 4: Drought impacts on food, water, agriculture and social systems.

Objective:  To understand hydrologic and agricultural systems in the context of climate predictions and projections.
Dr. Kripan GhoshAgrometeorological Advisory Services for monitoring, preparedness and management of agriculture drought. . PDF icon K_Ghosh.pdf 
Dr. Gloria SalmoralRisk of economic impacts to irrigated agriculture due to drought management. PDF icon G_Salmoral.pdf 
Dr. Mark EverardWater scarcity trends, interlinked vulnerabilities and potential solutions in a complex dry land Indian catchment: the Banas system, Rajasthan .  

Day 3 : Thursday, 20th September, 2018

Session 5: Breakout Topic A: Future directions of fine resolution integrated drought prediction, monitoring, risk assessment and management .

Objective:  Development of hydroclimate data and services platform for drought assessment and management at operational scales - geophysical variables, databases, spatial and time scales, satellites sources; models, indicators/indices, analytics tools; actions and priorities .

Session 6: Breakout Topic B: Strategies to engage stakeholders and agri-service providers for packaging knowledge for drought resilience .

Objective:  Institutional frameworks for engagement: identifying knowledge needs for actions/decisions; Knowledge packaging attributes in advisories; Capacity building of stakeholders; actions and priorities .

Session 8: Conclusions and Next Steps

Prof. C. JeganathanConcluding Remarks and Possible Future Plan PDF icon SP_J.pdf 

Wildlife Institute of India, Deharadun, Utarakhand, India - Workshop Presentations (2nd-4th May 2018)

Agenda PDF icon Workshop_agenda.pdf  
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Day 1 : Welcome and Inaugural session(WII, Workshop Hall)

Dr A. K. SahaiWelcome and introduction to IUKWC PDF icon Sahai Intro.pdf 
Dr Harry DixonAbout Structure of the workshop 
Dr Martin WidmannReport Introduction PDF icon Widmann Report Intro.pdf 

Session 1: Glacio-hydrological modelling for the Himalayas

Dr Manohar AroraImpact of Climate change on Himalayan water resources PDF icon ManoharArora.pdf
Mr. Jaydeo DharpureAssessment of snow cover and climatic variability using MODIS data of Teesta river basin located in Sikkim, India 
Mr. Sandeep ShuklaStream flow simulation of a Snow-Fed Mountains sub-basin in Western Himalayas 
Prof. Ghulam JeelaniContribution of glacier melt and snow melt to river flow in a mountainous catchment of western Himalayas using tracers 
Dr. Indu JLand data assimilation in Hydrology PDF icon Indu.pdf
Dr. Basudev BiswalIs there a ˜universal™ calibration-free continuous hydrological model? Testing a dynamic Budyko model in multiple continents PDF icon Basudev.pdf
Dr. Andrea MomblanchModelling the Himalayan catchments Saltuj and Beas: hurdles and ways forward 
Dr. Riddhi SinghImpact of river interlinking on vulnerability of catchments to climate change: lessons learnt from southern India 
Dr. Pankaj KumarGlaciers Mass balance changes in the Karakoram: A dynamic regional coupled glacier-climate model assessment 

Day - 1
List of Poster Presentations

Dr Ramarao MVSInvestigating the changes in land surface hydrology over India using high resolution climate simulations 
Dr. Alexandre GagnonSensitivity of runoff in an agricultural catchment to climate change scenarios. Assessing uncertainty to inform adaptation decision-making. 
Dr. Basudev BiswalAn integrated dynamic hydrological model for discharge prediction in large ungauged river basins 
Dr. Kasiviswanathan KSSpatial and temporal variability of Indian summer monsoon rainfall in major river basin: A probabilistic dependability analysis 
Dr. Saravanan KWater Balance Model for Chittar River Basin, Tirunelveli District, Tamilnadu 

Day - 2
Session 2: Weather forecasting and climate modelling for the Himalayas

Dr Ashis MitraForecasting at National Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasting 
Dr Indrani RoyStudying Indian summer monsoon and ENSO teleconnections in observations and models to improve climate predictions in the Himalayas and foothills PDF icon IndraniRoy.pdf
Dr. A. K. SahaiClimate Product and Services at IMD 
Dr. Milind MujumdarClimate change consequences relevant to the extreme events over Himalayas 
Dr. Alan GadianFuture changes in summer wind and convective precipitation over the UK and Europe from a regional climate simulation PDF icon AlanGadian.pdf
Ms. Emily PotterMechanisms controlling wind and temperature in the Khumbu valley PDF icon EmilyPotter.pdf
Ms. Anya Schlich-DaviesAn analysis of catchment-scale, high elevation meteorology in the Khumbu region of the Nepal Himalayas, 2009-2012 PDF icon Anya.pdf

Session 3: Biases in simulated meteorological variables, bias correction and statistical downscaling methods

Prof. Lalu DasDownscaled rainfall and temperature scenarios for all available station locations over Western Himalayan region of India PDF icon LaluDas.pdf
Dr. Andrew OrrAssessment of downscaled hindcast predictions of precipitation patterns for the Beas and Sutlej Basins, Indian Himalayas 
Mr. Javed AkhterInter-model uncertainty of CMIP5 model based precipitation projection over India: Effect of weighting and bias-correction 
Dr. Martin WidmannThe challenge of providing defensible regional climate projection PDF icon MartinWidmann.pdf

Session 4: Impact of climate change on Socio - Ecological systems in the Himalayas

Ms. Chaitra ArakeshaImpacts of climate change on forests in the Brahmaputra, Koshi and Upper Indus river basins PDF icon ChaitraArakesha.pdf
Dr. SathyakumarNational Mission for sustaining the Himalayan Ecosystem(NMSHE) Project - Overview PDF icon Sathyakumar.pdf
Dr. G. S. RawatImpacts of climate change on Alline Rangelands & Open Top Chamber Experiments 
Dr. K. SivakumarImpacts of climate change on Aquatic systems & E-Flow requirements 
Dr. Asha RajvanshiCumulative Environmental Impact assessment of Hydro electric power projects & strategic environmental assessment policy 

Day - 2
List of Poster Presentations

Mr. Saquib SaharwardiTo understand the variability of precipitation over Himalayas using a high resolution Regional climate model (REMOglacier) with dynamic glacier scheme PDF icon Saquib.pdf 
Mr. Javed AkhterFuture rainfall projection using bias-corrected CMIP5 simulations over North Mountainous India  
Ms. Akansha PatelInvestigation of spatial distribution of rainfall over the Indian Himalayan region using satellite data  
Dr. Andrew RossAn analysis of catchment-scale, high elevation meteorology in the Khumbu region of the Nepal Himalayas, 2009-2012 and implications for downscaling climate data  
Dr. Andrew OrrSensitivity of simulated summer monsoonal Himalayan precipitation to cloud microphysics schemes in WRF PDF icon AndrewOrr.pdf 
Dr. Jonathan EdenEmpirical prediction of seasonal climate: evaluation and potential applications  

Day 3
Session 5: Modelling capacities and practical implementation of Integrated prediction systems

Dr. Sneh JoshiNeed of Improved Rainfall Forecasts in the Himalayan Region for Runoff Modeling PDF icon SnehJoshi.pdf
Dr. Aditi BradraAssessment of future runoff from the Nuranang watershed, eastern Himalayan region, India under projected climatic scenarios 
Mr. Dinesh Kumar SinghRole of mKRISHI climate change adaptation(CCA) services in enabling a two-way interactive Digital Extension services for farmers PDF icon Dinesh.pdf
Dr. Calum BaughMedium and seasonal term hydrological forecasting with the Global Flood Awareness System(GloFAS) 
Mr. Jamie HannafordThe potential of multi-method seasonal forecasting for addressing water resources challenges PDF icon HANNAFORD.pdf
Dr. Jonathan EdenTowards high-resolution attribution of extreme hydrological events to climate change PDF icon Jonathan.pdf
Dr. Alexandre GagnonModelling and assessing the water resource potential of ephemeral rivers in a changing climate PDF icon GAGNON.pdf

Kochi, Kerala, India - UEI I Presentations (23rd-25th January 2018)

Agenda PDF icon IUKWC_Agenda final.pdf 
 
Presenter NameTopics of the PresentationFilenameLink to Slideshow

Welcome and Introduction to the IUKWC

Dr A. K. SahaiWelcome and introduction to IUKWC PDF icon Sahai_UEI.pdf videoimage
Dr Harry DixonAbout UEI + Structure of the workshopPDF icon Dixon_H_UEI_1.pdf videoimage

Session 1: Water quality : Monitoring Pollution & Treatment

Dr Gopal KrishanGroundwater quality monitoring in northwest IndiaPDF icon Gopal_K-UEI.pdfvideoimage
Dr Gary FonesThe use of sampling devices to improve the monitoring of anthropogenic pollutants in river catchments in IndiaPDF icon Fones_G-UEI.pdfvideoimage
Dr E.V. RamasamyMicroplastics: An Emerging Contaminant - polluting water bodies - less studied in India  

Session 2: Irrigation - Monitoring Availability and Consumption

Dr K. S. H. PrasadDeep Percolation from Water intensive Irrigated Crops PDF icon ks_hari_prasad_uei1.pdfvideoimage
Dr Ragab RagabIncreasing Water Use Efficiency and Productivity using new technologiesPDF icon Ragab-UEI1.pdfvideoimage
Dr Sunil KumarEmerging Concenpts of Irrigation Water Management & its Suitability in Southern Indian StatesPDF icon Kumar-S-UEI.pdfvideoimage

Session 3: Monitoring Aquatic Ecosystems & Biodiversity

Anas AbdulazizWater quality of Vembanad Lake: A Proposed case study using remote sensing, modeling and in situ observationsPDF icon Anas_A.pdfvideoimage
Dr Andrew Tyler
Exploiting EO capability to monitor status and change in the quality of freshwater environments
PDF icon Tyler-A-UEI.pdfvideoimage
Dr Jagadish KrishnaswamyFuture of India's rivers : Challenges and OpportunitiesPDF icon Krishnaswamy-UEI.pdfvideoimage

Session 4: Water Provision : Monitoring Supply & Consumption

Prof. Mohan KumarIntegrated Urban Water ManagementPDF icon Mohan-UEI.pdfvideoimage
Mr. Andrew MckenzieGroundwater and water resources - UK India collaborations under the Newton Bhabha initiative.PDF icon McKenzie-A-UEI.pdf videoimage

Welcome to Day - 2

Session 4: Stakeholder Talks

Dr Yashwant SontakkeWater Quality Sector  
Anil Kumar GopinathIncreased Water Use Efficiency for Irrigation projects in Kerala through innovative Environment friendly techniques: The need of the hourPDF icon Anilkr_uei1.pdf 
Dr C. N. MaheswarenWater ProvisionPDF icon Mahesvaran-UEI.pdfvideoimage
Dr Bijoy NandanEcosystems and Biodiversity: Tourism PDF icon Bijoy_S_uei1.pdfvideoimage

Field Trip : On Vembanad Lake

Dr Nandhini & Dr George GrinsonIntroduction to Vembanad LakePDF icon Menon_George.pdfvideoimage
Dr Ragab RagabDemo of the SALTMED modelPDF icon Ragab-UEI.pdfvideoimage

Links and Other Documents

Press Release PDF icon IUKWC UEI-1 News Item press release 25Jan18.pdf 
    

Stirling, UK Workshop Presentations

Presenter NameTopics of the PresentationFilenameLink to Slideshow

Welcome Addresses and About the Launch of the IUKWC

Dr Harry DixonIntroduction - The India-UK Water CentrePDF icon Harry Dixon Introduction.pdf videoimage
Dr A K SahaiIntroduction - The India UK Water Centre : ActivitiesPDF icon Atul Sahai Introduction.pdfvideoimage
Ruth KelmanOverview of NERC Research in IndiaPDF icon Ruth Kelman.pdfvideoimage
Prof. Andrew TylerEnhancing freshwater monitoring through Earth Observation: Objectives and OpportunitiesPDF icon Andrew Tyler Introduction.pdfvideoimage

Session 1: Current Challenges, Needs and Best Monitoring Practice

Laurence CarvalhoOverview of Water Quality and Quantity Monitoring in the UKPDF icon Laurence Carvalho day1.pdfvideoimage
Jyothi PrasadWater quality monitoring of rivers in IndiaPDF icon Jyothi Prasad.pdfvideoimage
Deborah Chapman Challenges for global water quality monitoring and assessment in the context of the new Sustainable Development Goal for Water, SDG 6PDF icon Deborah Chapman.pdf videoimage

Session 2: Current research and applications of EO data in freshwater monitoring

Pawan Kumar LabhasetwarWater quality monitoring and surveillance in rural India: An updatePDF icon Pawan Kumar Labhasetwar.pdfvideoimage
Prof. Andrew TylerState of the art in the EO of Inland Waters : A UK perspectivePDF icon Andrew Tyler.pdf videoimage
Dr. Shubha SathyendranathExample Challenge: Vembanad Lake of Kerala: Stresses and potential solutionN/Avideoimage

Session 3: Challenges and Solutions

Challenges include: water quality/quantity, groundwater (SMOS), characterising catchment change, making data available and accessible
Stefan SimisProgress and challenges towards a global near real-time inland water quality observation servicePDF icon Stefan Simis.pdfvideoimage
Mark CutlerRetrieving catchment variables to explain changes in lake behaviour: the GloboLakescatchment databasePDF icon Mark Cutler.pdfvideoimage
Marian ScottDetecting spatial and temporal patterns- coherence in lake water qualityPDF icon Marian Scott.pdfvideoimage
Gaurav KumarRemote sensing to estimate formative water discharge of the Himalayan Foreland rivers.PDF icon Kumar Gaurav.pdfvideoimage
Vimal MishraReal-time monitoring of reservoir storage using satellite observations in India 
Dipanjana MaulikReorienting Water Quality Monitoring by Earth Observation.PDF icon Dipanjana-II.pdf
Patrice CarbonneauMonitoring Water Pollution in the River Ganga: Preliminary findings from imaging spectroscopyPDF icon Patrice Carbonneau.pdfvideoimage
Rajiv SinhaMonitoring water pollution in the river Ganga with innovations in airborne remote sensing and drone technology PDF icon Rajiv Sinha.pdf videoimage
Helen Bonsor Application of GRACE data to understand groundwater resources –examples from Africa and SE Asia PDF icon Helen Bonsor.pdf videoimage
Rajib Chattopadhyay Ground water trend, recharge hotspots and remote sensing data over IndiaPDF icon Rajib Chattopadhyay.pdf videoimage
Arindam Chowdhury Freshwater lake mapping and its volumetric estimation in the glaciated valley of chhombu in sikkim himalayas using high resolution optical(sentinel-2 msi) imageryPDF icon Arindam Chowdhury.pdf videoimage
Milind Mujumdar Cosmic-ray soil water content monitoring: development of the COSMOS-India networkPDF icon Milind Mujumdar.pdf videoimage

At the Lake - Lock Leven

(Day 2) History and Science of Lock Leven - Laurence Carvalho
Laurence Carvalho Loch Leven PDF icon Laurence Carvalho.pdf videoimage

Pune, India Workshop Presentations(29 Nov - 1 Dec 2016)

Presenter NameTopics of the PresentationFilenameLink to Slideshow

Welcome Addresses and About the Launch of the IUKWC

Dr. Harry DixonIntroduction to the IUKWC Aims and FunctionsPDF icon Dixon.pdf videoimage
Alan JenkinsResearch Needs and Opportunities for India –UK Water SciencePDF icon Alan_Jenkins.pdf videoimage
Prof. V K GaurBuilding resilience to water stress - A joint endeavorPDF icon VK_Gaur.pdf videoimage

Session 1: Introduction to the Workshop and Keynote Presentations

Dr. Harry DixonIntroduction to the IUKWC Aims and AgendaPDF icon Dix-Wor1-intro.pdf videoimage
Pradeep MujumdarHydromet Forecasts and Projections : Some Recent ApplicationsPDF icon ppm-iitm.pdf videoimage
Sharad K. JainHydro-meteorological inputs for hydrological studiesPDF icon skj.pdf videoimage
Sarat C. KarHydrological Information System for Flood WarningPDF icon kar.pdf videoimage
Sunil KumarExisting Indian Flood Forecasting Methodology and Way ForwardPDF icon Sunil Kumar.pdf videoimage

Session 2: Hydro-Climate Science and Services – the Global Agenda

R. Kolli

Global Framework for Climate Services : Water Exemplar

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Dr. A. K. SahaiExtended Range PredictionActivities of IITM PDF icon sahai.pdf videoimage
Chris HewittHydro-climate science and services –the global agenda: (WCSSP)PDF icon Hewitt.pdf videoimage

Session 3: Using climate information to inform water management – Recent experiences from the UK and India

Dr. Zareen BharuchaWater-security in the long durée: Insights for developing hydro-climatic services PDF icon Bharucha.pdf videoimage
Ajay BhaveQualitative and Quantitative Robust Decision Making for Water Resources Adaptation Decision Making Under Uncertainty PDF icon Ajay Bhave.pdf videoimage
Pankaj ManiIncorporating Climate Change Impacts in Estimating Design Basis Flood Level at a Project Site PDF icon Pankaj Mani.pdf videoimage
Dr. Pankaj KumarPast and present evolution of Himalayan glaciers: a regional climate model study PDF icon PKumar_Indo.pdf  videoimage
Christel Prudhomme Climate services for the water sector: EDgEa prototype for EuropePDF icon prudhomme.pdf  videoimage

Session 4: Improving understanding of spatial and temporal variability in Indian hydrology

Dr. Ashok Kumar DasOperational Hydro-meteorological ServicesPDF icon ashok_imd.pdf videoimage
Andrew OrrAssessing WRF model experiments of precipitation in the HimalayasPDF icon Andrew_orr.pdf videoimage
Sekhar MudduModelinghydrological changes using multiscaleremote sensing in IndiaPDF icon Sekhar.pdf videoimage
Subimal GhoshLand Atmosphere Interactions during Summer MonsoonPDF icon subimal.pdf videoimage

Session 5: Improving understanding of climate process for hydrology

Ashish K. MitraRainfall information from NCMRWF Modelling SystemPDF icon AKMitra.pdf videoimage
Sachchida TripathiCoupling of aerosol-land-cloud-rainfall system over GangeticPlains:Observations and modellinganalysisPDF icon Tripathi.pdf videoimage
Dr. J. InduLSM-RTM Coupling for Microwave Tb Assimilation over IndiaPDF icon J_Indu.pdf videoimage
Martin WidmannThe challenge of providing defensible downscaled and bias-corrected climate simulationsPDF icon Martin.pdf videoimage

Session 6: Future water resource availability and management

Prem Chand PandeySatellites for HydrologyPDF icon Prem.pdf videoimage
Dr. Dipanjana MaulikInterconnecting field level services and researchers for effective hydroclimatic servicesPDF icon Dipanjana_Maulik.pdf videoimage
Dr. Surajit ChakrabortyUnderstanding migration of arsenic in the aquifer of North Bengal plain using numerical modelling: A case study of English Bazar Block, Malda District, West Bengal, IndiaPDF icon Surajit_Chakraborty.pdf videoimage
Prashant K. SrivastavaWRF-PDM: Prototype for discharge prediction in ungauged basinPDF icon WRF_PDM.pdf  videoimage
Ms. Priya P.Changing monsoon and mid-latitude circulation interactions over the Western Himalayas and possible links to occurrences of extreme precipitationPDF icon Priya_P.pdf videoimage

Session 7: Climate services for disaster risk reduction

Dr. Arpita MondalHydrologic extremes under Climate Change: Non-stationarity and UncertaintyPDF icon Arpita_Mondal.pdf videoimage
Dr. Darren LumbrosoAn overview of the effectiveness of early warning systems and risk assessments for weather-related hazards in South AsiaPDF icon Darren_Lumbroso.pdf videoimage
Dr. Crispino LoboMaking Smallholder Farming Climate Resilient PDF icon Crispino_Lobo.pdf videoimage
Dr. Alan GadianChanges in Convective Rainfall in future climates over Western EuropePDF icon AlanGadian.pdf videoimage