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Dr. Anil Kumar
Department : Soil and Water Conservation Engineering
Email-id: anilkumar_swce61@rediffmail.com
Qualification: B.Tech.; M.Tech.; Ph.D.
Designation: Professor & Head
Research Interests: Soil and Water Conservation Engineering

1.  Anurag Malik, Anil Kumar, Priya Rai, Alban Kuriqi (2021). “Prediction of Multi-Scalar Standardized Precipitation Index by Using Artificial Intelligence and Regression Models”. Climate, 9(2), 28: 1-25. doi.org/10.3390/cli9020028

2.  Participated and presented (on-line) a paper entitled, “Trend Analysis of Annual, Seasonal and Monthly Streamflow in Naula Watershed, Uttarakhand (India)” at TEQIP-III Sponsored National Conference on Advanced Modelling and Innovations in Water Resources Engineering (AMIWRE–2021), 20–21 February 2021, organized by the Department of Civil Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Jamshedpur

3.  Malik A., Kumar Anil, Kisi, O., Najeebullah K., Sinan Q. S. and Zaher Mundher Y. (2020). “Analysis of dry and wet climate characteristics at Uttarakhand (India) using effective drought index”. Natural Hazards. doi.org/10.1007/s11069-020-04370-5

4.  Participated and presented a research paper entitled, "Modelling Rainfall-Runoff for A Himalayan Watershed using Machine Learning and Statistical Approaches", in 54th Annual Convention of ISAE and International Symposium on "Artificial Intelligence based Future Technologies in Agriculture" at Pune (MS), India, during January 7 - 9, 2020

5.  Anurag Malik, Anil Kumar, Sinan Q. Salih, and Z. M. Yaseen (2020). Hydrological Drought Investigation Using Streamflow Drought Index. In R. C. Deo et al. (eds.), Intelligent Data Analytics for Decision-Support Systems in Hazard Mitigation: Theory and Practice of Hazard Mitigation (Chapter 4), Springer Transactions in Civil and Environmental Engineering, Singapore. Pp. 63-88. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-15-5772-9_4.

6.  Sonam S. Dash, Dipaka R. Sena, Uday Mandal, Anil Kumar, Gopal Kumar, Prasant K. Mishra and Monika Rawat (2020). A hydrological modelling-based approach for vulnerable area identification under changing climate scenarios. Journal of Water and Climate Change. https://doi.org/10.2166/ wcc.2020.202

7.  Anurag Malik, Anil Kumar, S. Kim, M. H. Kashani, V. Karimi, A. Sharafati, M. A. Ghorbani, N. Al-Ansari, S. Q. Salih, Z. M. Yaseen and Kwok-Wing Chau (2020). "Modeling Monthly Pan Evaporation Process over the Indian Central Himalayas: Application of Multiple Learning Artificial Intelligence Model". Engineering Applications of Computational Fluid Mechanics, 14(1): 323-338. Doi.org/10.1080/19942060. 2020.1715845.

8.  Anurag Malik and Anil Kumar (2020). Meteorological drought prediction using heuristic approaches based on effective drought index: a case study in Uttarakhand. Arabian Journal of Geosciences, 13(6): 1-17. https://doi.org/ 10.1007/s12517-020-5239-6

9.  Anurag Malik and Anil Kumar; Quoc, B. P., Senlin, Z.; Nguyen, T. T. L. & Doan Q. T. (2020). “Identification of EDI trend using Mann-Kendall and Sen-Innovative Trend methods (Uttarakhand, India)”. Arabian Journal of Geosciences, Vol. 13 (951). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12517-020-05926-2.

10.  Yogesh Kumar and Anil Kumar (2020). “Spatiotemporal analysis of trend using nonparametric tests for rainfall and rainy days in Jodhpur and Kota zones of Rajasthan (India)”. Arabian Journal of Geosciences, Vol. 13 (691). https://doi.org/10.1007/ s12517-020-05687-y.

11.  Anurag Malik, Anil Kumar, A. N. Ahmed, Chow M. F., H. A. Afan, A. Sefelnasr, M. Sherif, Ahmed El-Shafie (2020). "Application of non-parametric approaches to identify trend in streamflow during 1976–2007 (Naula watershed)". Alexandria Engineering Journal. Vol. 59 (3). June: 1595-1606. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aej.2020.04.006.

12.  Anurag Malik and Anil Kumar (2020). "Spatio-temporal Analysis of Rainfall using Parametric and Non-parametric Tests: Case Study in Uttarakhand, India". Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 140: 183-207. Doi.org/10.1007/ s00704- 019-03080-8.

13.  Anurag Malik, Anil Kumar, S. Q. Salih, S. Kim, N. W. Kim, Z. M. Yaseen, Vijay P. Singh (2020). "Drought index prediction using advanced fuzzy logic model: Regional case study over Kumaon in India". PLOS ONE. Vol. 15(5): e0233280. May. https://doi.org/ 10.1371/ journal. pone.0233280.

14.  Anurag Malik, Anil Kumar and R.P. Singh (2019)."Application of Heuristic Approaches for Prediction of Hydrological Drought Using Multi-Scalar Streamflow Drought Index". Water Resources Management, 33(11):3985-4006.Doi:10.1007/s11269-019-02350-4.

15.  Participated and presented a research paper entitled, "Hydro-Meteorological Drought and Wet Patterns under Changing Climate in Uttarakhand Hills” by Anil Kumar. At the International Conference, "Future Earth Conference: Towards a Sustainable Water future", held in Bengaluru, India, September 24th - 27th 2019.

16.  Anurag Malik, Anil Kumar, M. Ghorbani, M. H. Kashani, Ozgur Kisi and S. Kim. (2019). "The viability of co-active fuzzy inference system model for monthly reference evapo-transpiration estimation: Case study of Uttarakhand State". Hydrology Research. Vol. 50(6): 1623-1644.DOI: org/10.2166/nh.2019. 059.

17.  Anurag Malik and Anil Kumar (2019). Analyzing Drought and Wet Conditions Using Standardized Precipitation Index at Pantnagar. Indian Journal of Ecology, 46(2):386-390.

18.  Praveen V. Singh, Anil Kumar and Ayush Sharma (2019). Probabilistic analysis of dry and wet pattern of rainfall. Indian Journal of Ecology, Vol. 46(7): 51-55.

19.  Anurag Malik and Anil Kumar (2019). Use of GIS for Hypsometric (Area-Elevation) Analysis of Gagas Watershed (Uttarakhand). Indian Journal of Ecology. 46(3): 481-485.

20.  Tikhamarine Y., Anurag Malik, Anil Kumar, Souag-Gamane, D. and Kisi, O. (2019). "Estimation of monthly reference evapotranspiration using novel hybrid machine learning approaches". Hydrological Sciences Journal, Vol. 64(15): 1824-1842. DOI: 10. 1080/ 02626667.2019.1678750.

21.  Anurag Malik, Anil Kumar, Daniel Prakash Kushwaha, Ozgur Kisi, S. Salih, N. Al-Ansari, Z. Yaseen (2019). The implementation of hybrid model for hilly sub-watersheds prioritization using morphometric variables: Case study in India. Water, 11(6), 1138; https//DOI: 10.3390/w11061138.

22.  Anurag Malik, Anil Kumar, Ozgur Kisi and Jalal Shiri (2019). Evaluating the performance of four different heuristic approaches with Gamma test for daily suspended sediment concentration modeling. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. Volume 26, (22): 22670–22687. doi.org/10.1007/s11356 -019-05553-9.

23.  Rana, Muhammad Adnan Ikram, Anurag Malik, Anil Kumar, Kulwinder Parmar and Ozgur Kisi (2019). Pan evaporation modeling by three different neuro-fuzzy intelligent systems using climatic inputs. Arabian Journal of Geosciences. 12(19):606. DOI.org/10. 1007/ s12517-019-4781-6.

24.  Anurag Malik, Anil Kumar and Himanshu Kandpal (2019). Morphometric analysis and prioritization of sub-watersheds in a hilly watershed using weighted sum approach. Arabian Journal of Geosciences, Vol. 12(4)118:1-12. doi:10.1007/s12517-019-4310-7.

25.  Anurag Malik, Anil Kumar, Pulak Guhathakurta and Ozgur Kisi (2019). Spatial-temporal trend analysis of seasonal and annual rainfall (1966–2015) using innovative trend analysis method with significance test. Arabian Journal of Geosciences, Vol. 12(10): 328: 1-23. https://doi.org/10.1007/ s12517-019-4454-5.

26.  Anil Kumar (2018). Modelling monthly rainfall time series for Rahuri region in Maharashtra, India. Indian J. Soil Conservation, Vol. 46, No. 2: 181-189.

27.  Anurag Malik and Anil Kumar (2018). Comparison of soft-computing and statistical techniques in simulating daily river flow: A case study in India. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, Vol. 17 (2), April-June: 192-199.

28.  Anurag Malik, Anil Kumar and Priya Rai (2018). Weekly Pan-evaporation Simulation using MLP, CANFIS, MLR and Climate-based Models at Pantnagar. Indian Journal of Ecology, 45(2): 292-298.

29.  Himanshu Kandpal, Anil Kumar, C.P. Reddy and Anurag Malik (2018). Geomorphologic parameters based prioritization of hilly sub-watersheds using remote sensing and geographical information system. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 17(3): 232-240. DOI:10.5958/2455-7145.2018.00035.8

30.  Himanshu Kandpal, Anil Kumar and Anurag Malik (2018). Morphometric Analysis and Prioritization of Sub-Watersheds in Bino Watershed, Uttarakhand: A Remote Sensing and GIS Perspective. Indian Journal of Ecology, 45(3): 475-478.

31.  Tarate Suryakant Bajirao, Pravendra Kumar and Anil Kumar (2018). Spatio-Temporal Variability of Land use/Land Cover within Koyna River Basin. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences 7(09): 944-953. https:// doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2018.709.114.

32.  Anurag Malik, Anil Kumar, Priya Rai and Sachin Kumar Singh (2018). Hypsometric curve and integral estimation of four hilly watersheds of Ramganga river basin using RS and GIS. International Journal of Agricultural Invention 3(2): 145-149.

33.  Anita Singh, Anurag Malik, Anil Kumar, and Ozgur Kisi (2018). Rainfall-runoff modeling in hilly watershed using heuristic approaches with gamma test. Arabian Journal of Geosciences. Vol. 11(11) 261:1 - 12.doi:org/10. 1007/s12517-018-614-3

34.  Anurag Malik, Anil Kumar, and Ozgur Kisi (2018). Daily pan evaporation estimation using heuristic methods with Gamma test. Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering (ASCE). Vol. (9). 144:04018023. 1-10.https:// doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE) IR.1943-4774.0001336.

35.  Mishra, Alok Kumar and Anil Kumar (2018). Investigating Rainfall Trend and Monitoring Meteorological Drought in a Himalayan Watershed of India. Geosciences Research, Vol. 3(4) November: 51-64.DOI:10.22606/gr.2018. 34002

36.  Vasantgouda Roti, P.S. Kashyap, Anil Kumar, R.K. Srivastava and Harish Chandra (2018). Runoff and Sediment Yield Estimation by SWAT Model: Review and Outlook. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences 7(10): 879-886. doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2018.710. 097

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