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FIVE MOST PROMISING TOPICS OF RESEARCH IN HYDROLOGY
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Hydrology is a very old subject still; a lot of scope is left in this subject which are hitherto unearthed. Below is the list of five most popular topic of research which have steadily gained its presence in the hydrology related publications, in the last five years

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Five most promising topics of research in hydrology

  1. 1. FIVE MOST PROMISING TOPICS OF RESEARCH IN HYDROLOGY Intro  Hydrology is a very old subject still; a lot of scope is left in this subject which are hitherto unearthed. Below is the list of five most popular topic of research which has steadily gained its presence in the hydrology related publications in the last five years. List of Most Promising Topics  Building-induced rainfall redistribution(BIRR)  Rainfall nowcasting  Applications of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UASs) in Hydrology  Post-fire hydrology in forest  Baseflow Signature Predictions Building-induced rainfall redistribution(BIRR)  Microtopography due to the building roofs and rainfall redistribution due to the same has significant effect on urban hydrology and as a result it also influences the accuracy of flood forecasting models. Example. PROBABLE RESEARCH IDEAS; FROM THESE TOPICS • Application of decision-making techniques in identification of most significant impact for BIRR. • Selection of adaptation mechanisms to Hydrologic Models due to forest fire by AI. • Impact of Climatic Factors on predictive models for rainfall nowcasting • Use of UAS in Baseflow Signature Retrieval PROBABLE START UPS;FROM THESE TOPICS • Remote Monitoring Systems of Discharge with the help of Bioinspired Algorithms to create Early Warning Signals. Area : Agriculture, Energy, Shipping Industries • Sub-Water Marine System For Under Water Quality Monitoring. Area : Shipping, Tourism, Hotel, Water Park Industries. • Flood Forecasting Models considering BIRR and Wildfire Impacts. Area : Energy, Insurance, Tourism Industries DO YOU KNOW ? G50 is a drone/UAS which is used for watering the plants if required. Rainfall nowcast  Very Short Term ( 2 or less than 2-hour lead time) Rainfall forecasts (nowcasts) are useful in operational flood forecasting and the model which predict such storm is known as Rainfall Nowcasting models. Due to the high amount of variability development of accurate nowcast models are a challenging task. Example.  “UASs (unmanned aerial systems) have revolutionized the field of hydrology, bridging the gap between traditional satellite observations and ground-based measurements and allowing the limitations of manned aircraft to be overcome.” Main advantage of UAS is it can measure and monitor hydrological data from inaccessible or hazardous locations also. As a result, their applicability in hydrological research is increasing day by day. Example. Applications of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UASs) in Hydrology  Postfire hydrological modeling is based on mere adaptations of existing models, which often fail to simulate with accuracy the changes in soil hydrology after a fire. As the frequency of wildfires are increasing day by day necessity of studies which explore the impact of forest fire on soil moisture and sub-surface hydrology and adaptation procedure required to be incorporated in the existing hydrological models has become significant. Example. Post-fire hydrology in forest  A catchment's hydrological response is controlled by climatic forcing which we often find to be the only good predictor of the hydrological response and “a lot of variability is left unexplained”. This indicates the importance of the impact of catchment form (e.g., geology) on catchment hydrological processes, particularly on baseflow processes signature of which need to be identified cognitively. Example. Baseflow Signature Predictions JOURNALS/CFPS WHERE YOU CAN PUBLISH RELATED PAPERS • IJHCE • IJWI • 2nd International conference on “Futuristic and Sustainable Aspects in Engineering and Technology (FSAET-2021)," • Special Issue on Life Cycle Thinking in Environmental Sustainability PRE-REQUISITE KNOWLEDGE REQ’D THREE BOOKS YOU MUST READ IN ORDER TO WORK IN THESE TOPICS Introduction to : • Hydrology • Bio-Inspired Algorithms • GIS and Remote Sensing • Image Processing • MCDM based Decision Making • Theory, Design, and Applications of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles By A. R. Jha. • Modeling Methods and Practices in Soil and Water Engineering; Edited By Balram Panigrahi, Megh R. Goyal • Wildland Fire in Ecosystems: Effects of Fire on Soil and Water by Jan L Et Al Beyers (Author), Rocky Mountain Research Service (Author), U S Department of Agriculture (AD) Data Science in Sustainability | EIS Publishers | Hydrology N/L SUBSCRIBE BOOK SHOP PROFILE

Hydrology is a very old subject still; a lot of scope is left in this subject which are hitherto unearthed. Below is the list of five most popular topic of research which have steadily gained its presence in the hydrology related publications, in the last five years

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