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A trading-space-for-time approach to probabilistic continuous streamflow predictions in a changing climate–accounting for changing watershed behavior
R Singh, T Wagener, K Van Werkhoven, ME Mann, R Crane
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 15 (11), 3591-3603, 2011
1312011
Many-objective robust decision making for managing an ecosystem with a deeply uncertain threshold response
R Singh, PM Reed, K Keller
Ecology and Society 20 (3), 2015
1142015
A vulnerability driven approach to identify adverse climate and land use change combinations for critical hydrologic indicator thresholds: Application to a watershed in …
R Singh, T Wagener, R Crane, ME Mann, L Ning
Water Resources Research 50 (4), 3409-3427, 2014
1112014
Identifying dominant controls on hydrologic parameter transfer from gauged to ungauged catchments–A comparative hydrology approach
R Singh, SA Archfield, T Wagener
Journal of Hydrology 517, 985-996, 2014
982014
Vulnerability of water availability in India due to climate change: A bottom‐up probabilistic Budyko analysis
R Singh, R Kumar
Geophysical Research Letters 42 (22), 9799-9807, 2015
582015
Confronting tipping points: Can multi-objective evolutionary algorithms discover pollution control tradeoffs given environmental thresholds?
VL Ward, R Singh, PM Reed, K Keller
Environmental Modelling & Software 73, 27-43, 2015
432015
Probabilistic projections of anthropogenic climate change impacts on precipitation for the mid-Atlantic region of the United States
L Ning, ME Mann, R Crane, T Wagener, RG Najjar, R Singh
Journal of Climate 25 (15), 5273-5291, 2012
422012
Hydrological impacts of climate change in gauged and ungauged watersheds of the Olifants basin: a trading-space-for-time approach
R Singh, K van Werkhoven, T Wagener
Hydrological Sciences Journal 59 (1), 29-55, 2014
392014
Physio‐climatic controls on vulnerability of watersheds to climate and land use change across the United States
A Deshmukh, R Singh
Water Resources Research, 2016
332016
Climate versus demographic controls on water availability across India at 1.5 C, 2.0 C and 3.0 C global warming levels
R Singh, R Kumar
Global and planetary change 177, 1-9, 2019
302019
Incorporating channel network information in hydrologic response modelling: Development of a model and inter-model comparison
B Biswal, R Singh
Advances in water resources 100, 168-182, 2017
192017
Skill (or lack thereof) of data-model fusion techniques to provide an early warning signal for an approaching tipping point
R Singh, JD Quinn, PM Reed, K Keller
PLoS One 13 (2), e0191768, 2018
162018
A Whittaker biome‐based framework to account for the impact of climate change on catchment behavior
A Deshmukh, R Singh
Water Resources Research 55 (12), 11208-11224, 2019
112019
Satellite based Budyko framework reveals the human imprint on long-term surface water partitioning across India
A Vora, R Singh
Journal of Hydrology 602, 126770, 2021
102021
Improving Information-Based Coordinated Operations in Interbasin Water Transfer Megaprojects: Case Study in Southern India
S Veena, R Singh, D Gold, P Reed, A Bhave
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 147 (11), 04021075, 2021
82021
Assessing the impact of climate change on water resources: the challenge posed by a multitude of options
R Singh, B Biswal
Hydrology in a Changing World: Challenges in Modeling, 185-204, 2019
82019
Population changes and sustainability of energy drive cooling demand related risks in urbanized India
A Yaduvanshi, R Singh, R Kumar
Energy and buildings 260, 111891, 2022
72022
Assessing the impact of the temporal resolution of performance indicators on optimal decisions of a water resources system
SV Sunkara, R Singh
Journal of Hydrology 612, 128185, 2022
62022
The suitability of water scarcity indicators to the Indian context
R Singh, R Kumar
Water Security 14, 100097, 2021
62021
Hydrological modeling in India
R Singh, V Mishra, B Narasimhan, S Ghosh, A Sharma, S Dutta, ...
Proc. Indian Natl. Sci. Acad 86, 479-494, 2020
62020
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