Publications

 

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Manuscripts in Preparation and Under Review

*indicates students

 

Bhuyian, Md. N. M., and Kalyanapu, A. J. "Assessing temporal uncertainty in a Global DEM due to change in river planform and its impact on flood modeling" (under review)

Peer-Reviewed Publications

*indicates students

28. Morales-Hernández, M., Sharif, M. B., Gangrade, S., Dullo*, T. T., Kao, S. –C., Kalyanapu, A., Ghafoor, S. K., Evans, K. J., Madadi-Kandjani, E., and Hodges, B. R. (2020). “High performance computing in water resources hydrodynamics”, Journal of Hydroinformatics, accepted for publication.

27. Brackins*, J. T. and Kalyanapu, A. J. (2019). “Evaluation of parametric precipitation models in reproducing tropical cyclone rainfall patterns” Journal of Hydrology, DOI:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2019.124255.

26. Gangrade, S., Kao, S. -C., Dullo*, T. T., Kalyanapu, A. J., and Preston, B. L. (2019). “Ensemble-Based Flood Vulnerability Assessment for Probable Maximum Flood in a Changing Environment” Journal of Hydrology, Volume 576 (September 2019), Pages 342-355, DOI:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2019.06.027.

25. Bhuyian*, Md. N. M. and Kalyanapu, A. (2019). “Predicting channel conveyance in the Obion River Watershed using SAMBLE Method” Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0001875.

24. Marshall, R., Ghafoor, S. K., Kalyanapu, A. J., Rogers, M., and Dullo*, T. T. (2018). Performance Evaluation and Enhancements of a Flood Simulator Application for Heterogeneous HPC Environments, International Journal of Networking and Computing, 8(2), 387-407, DOI: 10.15803/ijnc.8.2_387.

23. Ahmadisharaf*, E., Kalyanapu, A. J., and Bates, P. D. (2018). “A probabilistic framework for floodplain mapping using hydrologic modeling and unsteady hydraulic modeling”, Hydrological Sciences Journal, DOI: 10.1080/02626667.2018.1525615.

22. Ahmadisharaf*, E., Kalyanapu, A. J., Lillywhite, J. R., and Tonn, G. L. (2018). “A probabilistic framework to evaluate the uncertainty of design hydrograph: case study of Swannanoa River Watershed”, Hydrological Sciences Journal, DOI: 10.1080/02626667.2018.1525616.

21. Bhuyian*, Md. N. M., Kalyanapu, A. J., and Hossain, F. (2017). "Evaluating Conveyance-Based DEM Correction Technique on NED and SRTM DEMs for Flood Impact Assessment of the 2010 Cumberland River Flood" Geosciences, 7(132), doi:10.3390/geosciences7040132.

20. Dullo*, T. T., Kalyanapu, A. J., and Teegavarapu, R. S. V. "Evaluation of Changing Characteristics of Temporal Rainfall Distribution within 24-hour Duration Storms and their influences on Peak Discharges: A Case Study of Asheville, North Carolina" Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 22(11):05017022.

19. Bhuyian*, Md. N. M., and Kalyanapu, A. J. (2017). "Accounting Digital Elevation Uncertainties for Flood Consequence Assessment" Journal of Flood Risk Management, DOI: 10.1111/jfr3.12293

18.Ahmadisharaf*, E. A., Kalyanapu, A. J., and Chung, Eun-Sung. (2017). “Sustainability-Based Flood Hazard Mapping of the Swannanoa River Watershed”, Sustainability, 9, 1735, doi:10.3390/su9101735.

17. Ahmadisharaf*, E., and Kalyanapu, A. J., Thames, B. A., and Lillywhite, J. (2016). "Application of a probabilistic framework for comparison of dam breach prediction methods", Environmental Modelling & Software Journal, doi: 10.1016/j.envsoft.2016.09.022.

16. Ahmadisharaf*, E., Kalyanapu, A. J., and Chung, E.-S. (2016) "Spatial probabilistic multi-criteria decision making for assessment of flood management alternatives", Journal of Hydrology, Vol. 533, 365-378, doi: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2015.12.031.

 

15.Ahmadisharaf*, E., Kalyanapu, A. J., and Chung, E.-S. (2015). "Evaluating the effects of flood duration and velocity on selection of flood management alternatives using spatial multi-criteria decision making", Water Resources Management, 29(8), pp 2543-2561.

 

14. Bhuyian*, Md. N. M., Kalyanapu, A. J., and Nardi, F. "An Approach for Digital Elevation Models (DEM) Correction by Improving Channel Conveyance" Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, doi: 10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0001020.

 

13. Kalyanapu, A. J., D.R. Judi, T.N. McPherson, and S.J. Burian. (2014). Annualized risk analysis approach to recommend appropriate level of flood control: Application to Swannanoa River Watershed, Journal of Flood Risk Management, doi: 10.1111/jfr3.12108.

 

12. Kalyanapu, A., A.K.M.A Hossain, J. Kim, W. Yigzaw, F. Hossain and C.K. Shum (2013). Investigating the downstream flood hazards on American River due to changes in Probable Maximum Flood due to effects of Artificial Reservoir Size and Land Use/Land Cover Patterns, Earth Interactions (AGU-AMS-AAG),17, 1–24. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/2012EI000496.1. (Sigma Xi Research Award Winner)

 

11. Yigzaw, W., F. Hossain, and A.J. Kalyanapu. (2013). Comparison of PMP-Driven Probable Maximum Floods with Flood Magnitudes due to Increasingly Urbanized Catchment: The Case of American River Watershed, Earth Interactions (AGU-AMS-AAG),17, 1–15. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/2012EI000497.1

 

10. Burian, S.J., Walsh, T., Kalyanapu, A.J., and Larsen, S.G. (2013). “Climate vulnerabilities and adaptation of urban water infrastructure systems.” In: Climate Vulnerability (Pielke, R. Sr, Editor in Chief), Volume 5: Vulnerability of Water Resources to Climate, Hossain, F. (Editor), Elsevier Inc., Academic Press, 87-107p. (available online here: Link)

 

9. Kalyanapu, A. J. (2013). “Confessions of a novice Class Room Technology (CRT) user - Through the eyes of a new faculty member”, 2013 ASEE South Eastern Section Conference, Tennessee Technological University, Cookeville, TN, March 10th – 12th, 2013.

 

8. Yigzaw, W., Hossain, F., and Kalyanapu, A. J. (2012). "Impact of Artificial Reservoir Size and Land Use/Land Cover Patterns on Estimation of Probable Maximum Flood: The case of Folsom Dam on American River" Journal of Hydrologic Engineering (doi: 10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0000722).

 

7. Hossain, F., and Kalyanapu, A. J. (2012). "Cities, Dams and Extreme Weather" Civil Engineering Magazine- ASCE, 82(12), 68-71.

 

6. Kalyanapu, A. J., Judi, D. R., McPherson, T. N., and Burian, S. J. (2011) "Monte Carlo based flood modelling framework for estimating probability weighted flood risk" Journal of Flood Risk Management, 5, 37-48. (Commended Paper in the Outstanding Paper Award category)

 

5. Kalyanapu, A. J., Shankar, S., Pardyjak, E. R., Judi, D. R., and Burian, S. J. (2011). "Assessment of GPU computational Enhancement to a 2D Flood Model." Environmental Modelling & Software, 26, 1009-1016. (available online here: Link)

 

4. Kalyanapu, A. J., Burian, S., and McPherson, T. (2009). "Effect of land use-based surface roughness on hydrologic model output." Journal of Spatial Hydrology, 9(2), 51-71. (available online here: Link)

 

3. Burian, S., Kalyanapu, A. J., Houdeshel, D., Judi, D., and Pomeroy, C. (2009). "Web-based virtual laboratory for water resources engineering education." American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE) Annual Conference Proceedings, 14-17 June 2009, Austin, TX.

 

2. Judi, D., Kalyanapu, A. J., Gilliland, A., McPherson, T., and Burian, S. (2008). "Integration of SWMM into a dam break, hurricane, and extreme flood modeling and damage assessment framework." in Conceptual Modeling of Urban Water Systems, Monograph 17, CHI, Toronto, Canada, pp. 215-226.

 

1. Judi, D., Kalyanapu, A. J., Burian, S., Daniel, B., and McPherson, T. (2007). "Wide-area flood inundation and infrastructure risk assessment simulation framework." Proceedings of the 2nd IASTED International Conference on Water Resources Management, pp. 182-186, Anaheim, CA.

Conference Proceedings and Final Project Reports (* indicates students)

2020

66. Brackins*, J. Kalyanapu, A.J. (2020). “Evaluation of tropical cyclone flood discharges estimated with rainfall from parametric models for flood risk studies”. Proc., 28th Tennessee Water Resources Symposium, TNAWRA, Nashville, TN.

2019

65. Bhuyian*, M. N., Dullo, T. T., Kalyanapu. A. J., Gangrade, S., and Kao, S. -C. (2019). "Application of Geomorphic Correlations for River Bathymetry Correction in Two-dimensional Hydodynamic Modeling for Long-term Flood Risk Evaluation", World Environmental & Water Resources Congress, Pittsburgh, PA, May 20, 2019.

64. Murdock, J., Kalyanapu, A.J., Webb, L., Veum K., Bauman, K., Whiteman, H., Flinn, M., Walker, D., Morris, S., Baxley, D., Cripps, R., and Gilland., D. (2019). “Assessing the Restoration Success of the Wetland Reserve Program in Western Kentucky and Tennessee”. 4th Annual West Tennessee Water Resources Symposium, Pickwick Landing State Park Inn & Conference Center, Counce, TN, February 27-28, 2019.  

63. Brackins*, J. Kalyanapu, A.J. (2019). “Comparison of parametric rainfall models of tropical cyclone rainfall for flood risk studies”. Proc., 28th Tennessee Water Resources Symposium, TNAWRA, Nashville, TN.

62. Dullo*, T. T., A. J. Kalyanapu, S. Gangrade, Md Bulbul, S., T. Hines, S.–C. Kao, S. Ghafoor, and K. Evans (2019), High-resolution modeling of Hurricane Harvey Flooding for Harris County, TX using a calibrated GPU-accelerated 2D Flood Model, 28th Annual Tennessee Water Resources Symposium (TWRS), 2019, April 10-12, Montgomery Bell State Park, Burns, TN.

61. Dullo*, T. T., S. Gangrade, Md Bulbul, S., M. Morales-Hernández, A. J. Kalyanapu, S. Ghafoor, S.–C. Kao, and K. Evans (2019), Modeling of climate change induced flood risk in the Conasauga River Basin, American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting 2019, December 9-13, San Francisco, CA.

2018

60. Allen*, S., C. Guy-Baker*, C., Datta, T., and Kalyanapu, A. J. (2018). “Web-Based Geodatabase for the Characterization and Management of a Karst Watershed,” presented at the 27th Tennessee Water Resources Symposium, Montgomery Bell State Park, Tennessee, April 2018. 

59. Allen*, S., Guy-Baker*, C., Datta, T., and Kalyanapu, A. J. (2018). “Developing a Web-Based Geodatabase for Data Sharing and Collaboration within the Falling Water River Watershed,” presented at the 27th Tennessee Water Resources Symposium, Montgomery Bell State Park, Tennessee, April 2018.

58. Guy-Baker*, C., Datta, T and Kalyanapu, A. J. (2018) “Toward Development of a Systematic Framework and Watershed Quality Index Tool for Karst Watershed Management,” presented at the 27th Tennessee Water Resources Symposium, Montgomery Bell State Park, Tennessee, April 2018.

57. Bhuyian*, M. N., Kalyanapu, A. J., Papanicolaou, T., Ghaneeizad, S. M., Abban, B., and Wilson, C. G. (2018). “Predicting Future Flood Risk in an Agrarian Watershed in Northwest Tennessee” 2018 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, 10 – 14th December 2018, Washington, DC.

56. Dullo*, T. T., Gangrade, S., Kalyanapu, A. J., Kao, S-. C., Ghafoor, S. K., and Evans, K. (2018). “Reconstruction of Hurricane Harvey Riverine Flooding for Harris County, TX using a GPU-accelerated 2D Flood Model” 2018 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, 10 – 14th December 2018, Washington, DC.

54. Jackson, C., Kalyanapu, A. J., and Cervone, C. (2018). “Use of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) for Velocimetry Estimation” 2018 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, 10 – 14th December 2018, Washington, DC.

54.  Dullo*, T. T., Zamani, K., and Kalyanapu, A. J. (2018). “Full set of tests for building reliability in 1D and 2D finite volume based flood models” Protecting and Securing Water and the Environment for Future Generations, 2018 World Environmental & Water Resources Congress, Minneapolis, MN, June 3 – 7, 2018.

53. Brackins*, J.T., Davis*, A.J., Guy-Baker*, C., and Kalyanapu, A.J. (2018). " Comparison of HEC-RAS 1-D to HEC-RAS 2-D Model for Breedings Mill Branch Creek, Putnam County, Tennessee". Proc., 27th Tennessee Water Resources Symposium, TNAWRA, Nashville, TN, April 11-13, 2018.

52. Kalyanapu, A.J., Dullo*, T.T., Gangrade, S., Kao, S-. C., Marshall. R., Islam, S., and Ghafoor, S. K. (2018). "Reconstruction of Hurricane Harvey Flooding for Harris County, TX using a GPU-accelerated 2D Flood Model for post-flood hazard analysis". Proc., 27th Tennessee Water Resources Symposium, TNAWRA, Nashville, TN, April 11-13, 2018.

51. Bhuyian*, M. N., and Kalyanapu, A. J. (2018). "Predicting Future Flood Risk in a Morphologically Active River - a Case Study in the Obion River". Proc., 27th Tennessee Water Resources Symposium, TNAWRA, Nashville, TN, April 11-13, 2018.

2017

50. Guy-Baker*, C, Datta, T., and Kalyanapu, A. J.  (2017). Toward Development of a Systematic Framework and Decision-Making Tool for Sustainable Watershed Management with Karst Geology. Poster presented at the Association of Environmental Engineering & Science Professors Research and Education Conference, Ann Arbor, MI.

49. Dullo*, T., Gangrade, S., Marshall, R., Islam, S. R., Ghafoor, S., Kao, S-., C., and Kalyanapu, A. J. (2017). “A large-scale simulation of climate change effects on flood regime – A case study for the Alabama-Coosa-Tallapoosa River Basin” 2016 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, 12-16th December 2016, San Francisco, CA.

48. Dullo*, T., Gangrade, S., Marshall, R., Islam, S. R., Ghafoor, S., Kao, S-., C., Preston, B., and Kalyanapu, A. J. (2017). “The vulnerability of critical energy infrastructures to climate change induced flooding: A case study for the Alabama-Coosa-Tallapoosa River Basin” Creative Solutions for a Changing Environment, World Environmental & Water Resource Congress, Sacramento, CA, May 21-25, 2017.

47. Bhuyian*, M. N. M., and Kalyanapu, A. J. (2017). “Assessing temporal uncertainty of SRTM DEM due to change in river planform and its impact on hydrodynamic modeling.” EWRI- World Environmental & Water Resources Congress, Sacramento, CA, May 21-25, 2017.

46. Brackins*, J.T., Davis*, A.J., Wilson*, S.E., and Kalyanapu, A.J. (2017). "Development of a hydrologic modeling system for the Dry Valley catchment, Putnam County, Tennessee". Proc., 26th Tennessee Water Resources Symposium, TNAWRA, Nashville, TN.

45. Bhuyian*, M. N. M., and Kalyanapu, A. J. (2017). “Assessing the Uncertainty of 100-year Flood Extent in a Morphologically Active River - a Case Study in the Obion River” 26th Tennessee Water Resources Symposium, Tennessee Section of the American Water Resources Association, Montgomery Bell State Park, Burns, TN, April 2-5, 2017.

2016

44. Kalyanapu, A. J., Dullo*, T.T., Bhuyian*, N. M., Stuber*, C. E., and Kaczmarek*, C. (2016). “Field Trip to Obion River System”. Final Report submitted to Dr. Chris Clark, University of Tennessee, Institute of Agriculture.

43. Brackins*, J. and Kalyanapu, A. (2016) Using ADCIRC and HEC-FIA Modeling to Predict Storm Surge Impact on Coastal Infrastructure. World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2016: pp. 203-212. doi: 10.1061/9780784479841.023

42. Dullo*, T. T., Kalyanapu, A. J., and Teegavarapu, R. (2016). “Comparative Evaluation of Standard NRCS Storm and Observed Rainfall Distributions” 2016 World Environmental & Water Resources Congress, West Palm Beach, Florida, May 22-26, 2016 (Poster Presentation).

41. Ahmadisharaf*, E., Kalyanapu, A. J., and Lillywhite, J. (2016). “A Probabilistic Hydrologic Model to analyze the Uncertainty of the Design Hydrograph Attributes” 25th Tennessee Water Resources Symposium, Tennessee Section of the American Water Resources Association, Montgomery Bell State Park, Burns, TN, April 11-12, 2016.

40. Dullo*, T.T., Kalyanapu, A. J., and Hawkins, S. A. (2016). “Investigating the performance of one- and two-dimensional flood models in a channelized river network: A case study of Obion River System” 25th Tennessee Water Resources Symposium, Tennessee Section of the American Water Resources Association, Montgomery Bell State Park, Burns, TN, April 11-12, 2016.

39. Bhuyian*, Md. N. M., and Kalyanapu, A. J. (2016). “Developing Flood Consequence Correlation Using Global DEMs” 25th Tennessee Water Resources Symposium, Tennessee Section of the American Water Resources Association, Montgomery Bell State Park, Burns, TN, April 11-12, 2016.

38. Brackins*, J. T., and Kalyanapu, A. J. (2016). “Prediction of Storm Surge Impacts on Coastal Infrastructure Using AD-CIRC and HEC-FIA Models” 25th Tennessee Water Resources Symposium, Tennessee Section of the American Water Resources Association, Montgomery Bell State Park, Burns, TN, April 11-12, 2016.

37. Poston, K. B., Reed, E., Munasque, L., VandenBerge, D., and Kalyanapu, A. J. (2016). “2015 South Carolina Flooding and Dam Failures” Dam Safety 2016 Conference, Association of Dam Safety Officials, Philadelphia, PA, September 11-15, 2016.

2015

36. Dullo*, T. T., Kalyanapu, A.J., Ghafoor, S. K., Marshall, R.J., Tindall, K. J., Anantharaj, V., Shih-Chieh, K, and Gangrade, S. (2015). “Computational performance of a MPI-enabled and GPU-accelerated two-dimensional flood model” 2015 AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 14-18 December, 2015.

 

35. Dullo*, T. T., Kalyanapu, A. J., Thornton*, J. C., Auld*, L. A., and Hawkins, S. A., (2015). “Investigating the performance of One- and Two- Dimensional Flood Models in a Channelized River Network: A Case Study of the Obion River System.” 2015 American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall meeting, December 14-18, 2015, San Francisco, CA.

 

34. Dullo*, T. T., Kalyanapu, A. J., Ghafoor, S., Anantharaj, V., Marshall, R., Tatarczuk, J., and Shih-Chieh, K., (2015). “Computational Performance of a Two-Dimensional Flood Model in Single and Multiple GPU Frameworks.” European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2015, April 12-17, 2015, Vienna, Austria.

 

33. Dullo*, T. T., and Kalyanapu, A. J., (2015). “Calibration of Levee Breach: A case study on New-Madrid Floodway, Illinois, US.” World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2015, May 17-21, 2015, Austin, TX.         

 

32. Kalyanapu, A. J. (2015). “Challenges and Advances of Modeling Flood Hazards in the 21st Century: Use of Gaming Technology, Monte Carlo Methods and Geo-spatial analysis for realistic predictions” 40th Natural Hazards Research and Applications Workshop, Broomfield, Colorado, July 19-22, 2015.

 

31. Bhuyian*, N. M., Thornton*, J. C., and Kalyanapu, A. J. (2015). “Developing 'Flood Loss Curve' for City of Sacramento”, Mitigation on the Mind, 2015 ASFPM National Conference, Atlanta, GA, June 2015. (Third Prize Award - ASFPM Student Paper Competition)

 

30. Md N. M. Bhuyian*, A. Kalyanapu, and F. Hossain. (2015). Estimating relative impacts for difference sources of digital elevation models for flood consequence assessment for extreme flood events, World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2015.

 

29. Ahmadisharaf*, E., and Kalyanapu, A. (2015). “Investigation of the impact of streamflow temporal variation on dam overtopping risk: Case study of a high-hazard dam” World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2015.

 

28. Thornton*, J., Clark, Y., George, D., Datta, T., Alamdari*, N., and Kalyanapu, A. “Modeling Impacts of Land Use/ Land Cover Change of Obed River Watershed Using Watershed Quality Index (WQI) Model” World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2015.

 

27. Ahmadisharaf*, E., Kalyanapu, A. J. (2015) "A risk and reliability analysis approach to investigate the impact of reservoir inflow change on dam overtopping." 24th Tennessee Water Resources Symposium, April 1-3, 2015, Montgomery Bell State Park Burns, TN.

 

26. Dullo*, T. T., and Kalyanapu, A. J., (2015). “Calibration of Levee Breach: A case study on New-Madrid Floodway, Illinois, US.” 2015 Tennessee Water Resources Symposium, Tennessee Section of the American Water Resources Association (TNAWRA), April 1-3, 2015, Montgomery Bell State Park Burns, TN.

 

2014

25. Kalyanapu, A.J., Ghafoor, S. K., Marshall, R.J., Dullo*, T. T., Judi, D. R., and Shankar, S. (2014). “Benchmark Exercise for Comparing the Computational Performance of Two-Dimensional Flood Models in CPU, Multi-CPU, and GPU Frameworks” World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2014: pp. 1322-1331, doi: 10.1061/9780784413548.133

 

24. Kalyanapu, A. J., Hossain, F., Yigzaw, W., Bhuyian*, Md., N. M., and Woldemichael, A. (2014). “Consequence Estimation on American River due to changes in PMFs affected by Reservoir size and LULC patterns” WATER WITHOUT BORDERS:  Sustainable Environmental and Water Resources Solutions for a World Without Borders, World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2014, June 1-5, 2014, Portland, OR.

 

23. Ahmadisharaf*, E., Kalyanapu, A. J., Lillywhite, J., and Thames, B. (2014). “Probabilistic analysis to evaluate dam breach methodologies on downstream flood hazard” WATER WITHOUT BORDERS:A  Sustainable Environmental and Water Resources Solutions for a World Without Borders, World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2014, June 1-5, 2014, Portland, OR.

 

2013

 

22. Ahmadisharaf*, E., Bhuyian*, N. M., and Kalyanapu, A. J. (2013). “Impact of Spatial Resolution on Downstream Flood Hazard due to Dam Break Events Using Probabilistic Flood Modeling,” Proceedings of Dam Safety 2013, September 8 – 12, 2013, Providence, RI. (Best Student Paper Award from ASDSO)

 

21. Bhuyian*, Md., N. M., and Kalyanapu, A. J. (2013). “DEM Correction Algorithm to derive Synthetic Cross Sections for Flood Inundation Modeling for Cumberland River near Nashville”, 2013 Water Professionals Conference, Water Environment Association KY/TN, Louisville, KY.

 

20. Ahmadisharaf*, E., and Kalyanapu, A. J. (2013). “Impact of considering flow velocity and inundation duration in flood management decisions”, ”, 2013 Water Professionals Conference, Water Environment Association KY/TN, Louisville, KY.

 

19. Ahmadisharaf*, E., and Kalyanapu, A. J. (2013). “Impact of considering flow velocity and inundation duration in flood management decisions”, 2013 Student Research Day, Tennessee Technological University, Cookeville, TN.

 

18. Ahmadisharaf*, E., and Kalyanapu, A. J. "Integrated 2D Flood Simulation and Spatial Compromise Programming for Assessment of Flood Control Alternatives", 23rd Tennessee Water Resources Symposium, TN AWRA, Montgomery Bell State Park, November 4-6, 2013.

 

17. Bhuyian*, Md. N. M., and Kalyanapu, A. J. " Applying DEM Correction Algorithm to derive Synthetic Cross Sections for Flood Inundation Modeling for Cumberland River near Nashville", 23rd Tennessee Water Resources Symposium, TN AWRA, Montgomery Bell State Park, November 4-6, 2013.

 

16. Bhuyian*, Md., N. M., and Kalyanapu, A. J. (2013). “DEM Correction Algorithm to derive Synthetic Cross Sections for Flood Inundation Modeling for Cumberland River near Nashville”, 2013 Student Research Day, Tennessee Technological University, Cookeville, TN.

 

15. Alamdari*, N., Kalyanapu, A. J., George, D., and Clark, Y. "Evaluating the performance of AnnAGNPS Model in simulating surface runoff, sediment yield and nutrient loads: Case study of Obed River Watershed", 23rd Tennessee Water Resources Symposium, TN AWRA, Montgomery Bell State Park, November 4-6, 2013.

 

Pre-2013

14. Lillywhite, J., and Kalyanapu, A. J. (2012). “Using Monte Carlo simulation to estimate the impact of hydrologic uncertainty on flood risk” 48th Annual Water Resources Conference, American Water Resources Association, Jacksonville, FL, November 12-15, 2012.

 

13. Kalyanapu, A. J., Hossain, F., Yigzaw, W. Y., Shankar, S., and Judi, D. R. (2012). "Probabilistic flood risk management using Monte Carlo based fast 2D flood model to incorporate uncertainty" 22nd Tennessee Water Resources Symposium, TN AWRA, Montgomery Bell State Park, April 11-13, 2012.

 

12. Schaney, C., and Kalyanapu, A. J. (2012). "Understanding Flood Events in the Greater Nashville Metropolitan Area 1970 - 2010: Correlating Urban Growth with Analysis of Storm Water Discharge in the Cumberland River Watershed" 22nd Tennessee Water Resources Symposium, TN AWRA, Montgomery Bell State Park, April 11-13, 2012.

 

11. Judi, D., Kalyanapu, A. J., and Okhuysen, B. (2011). "Regional distributed hydrologic modeling using GPU." 47th Annual Water Resources Conference, American Water Resources Association, Albuquerque, NM, November 7-10, 2011.

 

10. Lillywhite, J., and Kalyanapu, A. J. (2011). "Water supply reliability assessment using Monte Carlo Simulation." 47th Annual Water Resources Conference, American Water Resources Association, Albuquerque, NM, November 7-10, 2011.

 

9. Kalyanapu, A. J., Shankar, S., Judi, D., Stephens, A., McPherson, T., and Burian, S. (2010). "Performance comparison of GIS-based CPU, Multi-threading and GPU enhanced 2D flood models." AWRA Spring Specialty Conference, Orlando, FL.

 

8. Kalyanapu, A. J., McPherson, T., and Burian, S. (2008). "Effect of Manning's n estimation approaches on hydrologic model." AWRA Spring Specialty Conference, San Mateo, CA.

 

7. Judi, D., Kalyanapu, A. J., McPherson, T., and Burian, S. (2008). "Use of GIS visualization and Google Earth mapping service to aid flood hazard impact decision making." AWRA Spring Specialty Conference, San Mateo, CA.

 

6. Judi, D., Kalyanapu, A. J., McPherson, T., and Burian, S. (2008). "Impacts of Channel Morphology Data Automation on Wide-Area Flood Inundation" 36th Annual AWRA Utah Section Water Resources Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.

 

5. Kalyanapu, A. J., Burian, S. J., and McPherson, T. N. (2007). "GIS-Based 1-d diffusive wave overland flow model." World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2007: Restoring Our Natural Habitat, May 15-19, Tampa, FL, ASCE. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1061/40927(243)298.

 

4. Kalyanapu, A. J., Judi, D., Burian, S. J., Berscheid, A., Hodge, B., and McPherson, T. N. (2007). "Channel Morphology Tool (CMT): A GIS-based Automated Extraction Model for Channel Geometry." World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2007: Restoring Our Natural Habitat, May 15-19, Tampa, FL, ASCE. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1061/40927(243)96.

 

3. Burian, S.J., Jung, J.-S. Jensen, M., Kalyanapu, A. J., Hooshialsadat, P., and Han, W. (2007). Development of new precipitation depth, duration, frequency maps for the state of Arkansas. Final Report submitted to the University of Arkansas.

 

2. Judi, D., Kalyanapu, A. J., Burian, S. J., Linger, S., Berscheid, A., and McPherson, T. N. (2007). "GIS-Based Prediction of Hurricane Flood Inundation" World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2007: Restoring Our Natural Habitat, May 15-19, Tampa, FL, ASCE. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1061/40927(243)92.

 

1. Kalyanapu, A. J. (2005). "Flood Inundation Assessment Tool using GIS", Poster Presentation, ESRI 25th Users Conference, San Diego.

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