This book discusses the development of useful models and their applications in soil and water engineering. It covers various modeling methods, including groundwater recharge estimation, rainfall-runoff modeling using artificial neural networks, development and application of a water balance model and a HYDRUS-2D model for cropped fields, a multi-model approach for stream flow simulation, multi-criteria analysis for construction of groundwater structures in hard rock terrains, hydrologic modeling of watersheds using remote sensing, and GIS and AGNPS.
Table of Contents
Modeling Methods in Soil and Water Engineering. Groundwater Recharge Estimation Using Physical-Based Modeling. Constraints in Rainfall-Runoff Modeling Using Artificial Neural Network. Soil Water Balance Simulation of Rice Using Hydrus-2D and Mass Balance Model. A Multi-Model Ensemble Approach for Stream Flow Simulation. Multi-Criteria Analysis for Groundwater Structures in Hard Rock. Hydrologic Modeling of Watersheds Using Remote Sensing, GIS and AGNPS. Research Innovations in Soil and Water Engineering. Social-Based Exploratory Assessment of Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems (SUDS). Climate Change Impacts on Planning and Management of Water Resources. Remote Sensing and GIS Applications for Water Resources Planning in Micro-Watersheds. Irrigation Management of Crops. Water Productivity of Rice under Deficit Irrigation. Performance of Plantation Crops under Conservation Trenches. Water Requirement of Agricultural Crops. Index.