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Multi-scale Spectral Analysis in Hydrology
From Theory to Practice



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ISBN 9780367622015
March 1, 2021 Forthcoming by CRC Press
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Book Description

Accurate prediction of hydrological variables is essential for efficient water resources planning and management. Proper understanding of the characteristics of the time series may help in improving the simulation and forecasting accuracy of hydrological variables. This book presents a detailed description and application of multi-time scale time-frequency characterization tool for the spectral analysis of hydrological time series. It illustrates spectral analysis methods for hydrological applications through a wide variety of illustrative case studies including wavelet transforms, Hilbert Huang Transform and its extensions, and Empirical Mode Decomposition methods backed by MATLAB® codes. Aimed at researchers, graduate students in civil engineering, applied hydrology, signal processing, meteorology.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction

1.1 Background

1.2 Scope of multiscale spectral analysis in hydrology

1.3 Organization of the book content

2. Theory of Advanced Spectral Analysis Methods

2.1 Background

2.2 Conventional Spectral Analysis Methods

2.3 Advanced Spectral Analysis methods

2.4 MEMD based hybrid frameworks for hydrological applications

2.5 Closure

3. Wavelet Transform Applications for Hydrological Characterization

3.1 Background

3.2 DWT Application for Trend analysis of Rainfall

3.3 Application of CWT and Wavelet coherence for analyzing streamflow-sediment link

4. Hilbert Huang Transform Applications for Characterization of Rainfall

4.1 Background

4.2 Study Area and Data

4.3 Trend Analysis of Rainfall using Non-Parametric tests and HHT

4.4 Hilbert Huang Transform Analysis of Rainfall Time Series

4.5 Investigating Multiscale Teleconnections of ISMR

4.6 Developing Hourly IDF Curves based on Multivariate Empirical Mode Decomposition and Scaling Theory

4.7 Closure

5. Multiscale characterization of Streamflow and Sediment load using HHT

5.1 Background

5.2 Multiscale Characterization of Streamflow and TSS Concentration from Mahanadi River, India HSA

5.3 MEMD – TDIC coupled framework for investigating multiscale teleconnections of reservoir inflow

5.4 Closure

6. MEMD based Hybrid Schemes for Hydrological Modeling

7. Summary and Recommendations

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Biography

Dr. Adarsh S, currently working as Associate professor with the Department of Civil Engg., TKM College of Engineering Kollam, Kerala India, is a leading researcher in statistical hydrology. He completed his Ph.D. from the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IITBombay) India in 2018 by receiving the Excellence in Research Award. His specific research interests include stochastic hydrology, application of Artificial Intelligence Techniques in hydrology, hydroclimatology, water resources systems, risk/uncertainty analysis in hydrology. He published 51 papers in international journals of high reputation, two book chapters, one book and 50 papers in national and international conferences (Citations: 290; h-Index : 9; i-10 index: 9). He supervised 7 Masters thesis, 36 UG projects, successfully completed 3 minor research projects and supervising two doctoral scholars. Dr. Adarsh is currently an editorial board member of Springer Nature Applied Sciences and an active reviewer of many prestigious journals (published by Elsevier, ASCE, IEEE, Wiley, Springer, Taylor & Francis etc.). He received the outstanding reviewer recognition by ASCE in 2019 and the Sivapalan Young Scientists Travel Award (SYSTA) in 2020-21. He is a member of International Commission on Statistical Hydrology (ICSH-IAHS), Institution of Engineers (India), Indian Society for Technical Education, European Water Resources Association, Indian Meteorological Society, Indian Water Works Association (IWWA) Indian Association of Hydrologists etc.

Dr. M. Janga Reddy, currently working as Associate Professor with the Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay. He obtained Ph.D (Engg) from Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore in 2007. His research interests include Hydrology and Water Resources, Hydrological Modeling, Reservoir Systems , Irrigation, Hydropower, Flood control planning; Water supply systems- pipe networks, canals; Simulation and Optimization Modeling; Risk assessment of Hydrological Extremes floods and droughts. He published over 60 papers in peer reviewed journals and 70 papers in proceedings of national & international conferences in above research areas (over 2000 with an h-index: 21). Dr Reddy guided several students for their dissertations at IIT Bombay (4 PhD & 14 M.Tech. thesis). He is a member of the national & international professional bodies - IAHS (International Association for Hydraulics Research, UK), IE (Institution of Engineers, India), IWWA (Indian Water Works Association, India), and ISH (Indian Society for Hydraulics, India). He is an active reviewer of more than 35 international journals (published by ASCE, IEEE, Wiley, Springer, IAHS etc.).