AOGS-2017 Session on "Impacts and Consequences of Changing Climate and Landuse on Hydrology (HS-11)" to be held in Singapore during 6-11 August 2017

Welcome to HYDRO-CRG

The HYDRO-CRG research group belongs to the Water Resources Engineering Section in Department of Civil Engineering at Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi.

The HYDRO-CRG group is primarily interested in unveiling different aspects of hydro-climatology, a multidisciplinary field integrating hydrology and climate science. Different facets of hydrological cycle are focussed by better understanding the processes associated, through an integrated approach of data analysis, modeling and theory.

Our present research involves impact assessment of climate change on water resources, regional scale modeling studies and land surface processes, sensitivity and uncertainty in distributed hydrological models, causal modeling through data mining, predictability and inherent nonlinearity in hydrological time series (As we explore more, this list keeps growing...)

To know about the opportunities available - Mail to dhanya@civil.iitd.ac.in or dhanyact@gmail.com )

Recent Research Highlights

Unravelling Diurnal Asymmetry of Surface Temperature in Different Climate Zones Refer Full Article

Increasing probability of mortality during Indian heat waves Refer Full Article

Environmental Flow Assessment based on Water Quality
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The algorithms, source codes, datasets developed by our research group and any other relevant study material will be made available here in the near future

News & Updates

August 2017: Vinna's work on Diurnal Temperature Range got published in Scientific Reports, Nature Publishing Group.


July 2017: Dhanya received Young Reseacher Award from Ministry of Earth Sciences on 27th July 2017.


July 2017: Dhanya & Villarini's paper on "On Inherent Predictability of Daily Precipitation" accepted for publication in "Theoretical and Applied Climatology".


June 2017: Omid and Amir's work on "Increasing Mortality during Indian Heatwaves" published in Science Advances.
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