Mukesh Kumar
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Improving the representation of hydrologic processes in Earth System Models
MP Clark, Y Fan, DM Lawrence, JC Adam, D Bolster, DJ Gochis, ...
Water Resources Research 51 (8), 5929-5956, 2015
Surface-subsurface model intercomparison: A first set of benchmark results to diagnose integrated hydrology and feedbacks
R Maxwell, M Putti, S Meyerhoff, JO Delfs, I Ferguson, V Ivanov, J Kim, ...
Water Resources Research 50 (2), 1531-1549, 2014
An evaluation of methods for determining during-storm precipitation phase and the rain/snow transition elevation at the surface in a mountain basin
D Marks, A Winstral, M Reba, J Pomeroy, M Kumar
Advances in Water Resources 55, 98-110, 2013
Evaluation of distributed hydrologic impacts of temperature-index and energy-based snow models
M Kumar, D Marks, J Dozier, M Reba, A Winstral
Advances in Water Resources 56, 77-89, 2013
A second-order accurate, finite volume–based, integrated hydrologic modeling (FIHM) framework for simulation of surface and subsurface flow
M Kumar, CJ Duffy, KM Salvage
Vadose Zone Journal 8 (4), 873-890, 2009
Expanding the role of reactive transport models in critical zone processes
L Li, K Maher, A Navarre-Sitchler, J Druhan, C Meile, C Lawrence, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 165, 280-301, 2017
A tightly coupled GIS and distributed hydrologic modeling framework
G Bhatt, M Kumar, CJ Duffy
Environmental Modelling & Software 62, 70-84, 2014
A long‐term data set for hydrologic modeling in a snow‐dominated mountain catchment
ML Reba, D Marks, M Seyfried, A Winstral, M Kumar, G Flerchinger
Water Resources Research 47 (7), 2011
Toward a hydrologic modeling system
M Kumar
An efficient domain decomposition framework for accurate representation of geodata in distributed hydrologic models
M Kumar, G Bhatt, CJ Duffy
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 23 (12), 1569-1596, 2009
Sensitivity of the snowcover energetics in a mountain basin to variations in climate
ML Reba, D Marks, A Winstral, TE Link, M Kumar
Hydrological Processes 25 (21), 3312-3321, 2011
An object-oriented shared data model for GIS and distributed hydrologic models
M Kumar, G Bhatt, CJ Duffy
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 24 (7), 1061-1079, 2010
A GIS based approach for prioritizing dams for potential removal
K Hoenke, M Kumar, L Batt
Ecological Engineering 64 (01), 27-36, 2014
Variations in streamflow response to large hurricane-season storms in a Southeastern US watershed
X Chen, M Kumar, BL McGlynn
Journal of Hydrometeorology 16 (1), 55-69, 2015
Anomalous trend in soil evaporation in a semi-arid, snow-dominated watershed
R Wang, M Kumar, D Marks
Advances in Water Resources 57, 32-40, 2013
Identification of dominant source of errors in developing streamflow and groundwater projections under near‐term climate change
SB Seo, T Sinha, G Mahinthakumar, A Sankarasubramanian, M Kumar
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 121 (13), 7652-7672, 2016
Detecting hydroclimatic change using spatio-temporal analysis of time series in Colorado River Basin
M Kumar, CJ Duffy
Journal of Hydrology 374 (1-2), 1-15, 2009
Net radiation in a snow‐covered discontinuous forest gap for a range of gap sizes and topographic configurations
B Seyednasrollah, M Kumar
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 119 (17), 10,323-10,342, 2014
Bridging the gap between geohydrologic data and distributed hydrologic modeling
G Bhatt, M Kumar, CJ Duffy
Proceedings of international congress on environmental modeling and software, 2008
On the role of vegetation density on net snow cover radiation at the forest floor
B Seyednasrollah, M Kumar, TE Link
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 118 (15), 8359-8374, 2013
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