Modeling aspects have added a new dimension in research innovations in all branches of engineering. In the field of soil and water engineering, they are increasingly used for planning, development, and management of land and water resources, including analysis of quantity and quality parameters of surface and ground water, flood forecasting and control measures, optimum allocation and utilization of irrigation water. The application of these models saves considerable time in decision support systems and helps in conservation and optimum allocations of scarce precious natural resources.
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Modeling Soil Water Engineering Systems in Rainfed Areas. Runoff and On-Farm Reservoir Supplemental Irrigation: Effects on Water and Nitrogen DynamicsuUnder Rainfed Rice: Mustard Cropping System. Innovations in Water Conservation for Rainfed Areas of Eastern India. Design of Water Harvesting Pond. Watershed Planning Using Interactive Multi Objective Linear Programming Approach: A Case Study. Simulation of Optimum Dike Height in Rainfed Rice Field. Modeling Irrigation Systems in Canal Command. Performance Assessment of Rice Irrigation Project Using Remote Sensing and Geographical Information System. Evaluation of Performance Indices for Water Delivery Systems: Canal Irrigation. Effective Irrigation Management Using Decision Support System: Wheat, Peanut and Maize. Research Advances in Soil and Water Engineering. Integrated Farming System and Biodrainage: Management of Waterlogged Area. Role of Simulation Modeling of Aquifer Systems in Water Resources Planning and Management. Role of Carbon Sequestration in Restoring Degraded Soils: Review. Analysis and Prediction of Water Quality Using Principal Component Analysis and Neural Network. Rainfall Analysis for Crop Planning. Comparison of IMD and CMIP5 Rainfall Products for Annual Daily Extreme Precipitation: India. Sustainability Concept to Evaluate Performance of Rainfall Time Series. Reservoir Inflows in a Tropical Humid Climate: Thailand.