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Basudev Biswal
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Geomorphological origin of recession curves
B Biswal, M Marani
Geophysical Research Letters 37 (24), 2010
1802010
Study of dynamic behaviour of recession curves
B Biswal, D Nagesh Kumar
Hydrological Processes 28 (3), 784-792, 2014
702014
‘Universal’recession curves and their geomorphological interpretation
B Biswal, M Marani
Advances in water resources 65, 34-42, 2014
612014
Predicting streamflow distributions and flow duration curves from landscape and climate
B Doulatyari, A Betterle, S Basso, B Biswal, M Schirmer, G Botter
Advances in Water Resources 83, 285-298, 2015
582015
Effect of catchment characteristics on the relationship between past discharge and the power law recession coefficient
S Patnaik, B Biswal, DN Kumar, B Sivakumar
Journal of Hydrology 528, 321-328, 2015
412015
What mainly controls recession flows in river basins?
B Biswal, DN Kumar
Advances in water resources 65, 25-33, 2014
322014
A general geomorphological recession flow model for river basins
B Biswal, D Nagesh Kumar
Water Resources Research 49 (8), 4900-4906, 2013
302013
Estimation of ‘drainable’storage–A geomorphological approach
B Biswal, DN Kumar
Advances in water resources 77, 37-43, 2015
222015
Regional variation of recession flow power‐law exponent
S Patnaik, B Biswal, D Nagesh Kumar, B Sivakumar
Hydrological Processes 32 (7), 866-872, 2018
202018
Dynamic hydrologic modeling using the zero‐parameter Budyko model with instantaneous dryness index
B Biswal
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (18), 9696-9703, 2016
142016
Flood inundation mapping by combining GNSS-R signals with topographical information
SLK Unnithan, B Biswal, C Rüdiger
Remote Sensing 12 (18), 3026, 2020
132020
Recession flow prediction in gauged and ungauged basins by just considering past discharge information
C Reddyvaraprasad, S Patnaik, B Biswal
Hydrological Sciences Journal 65 (1), 21-32, 2020
122020
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
122017
Role of hydrological model structure in the assimilation of soil moisture for streamflow prediction
AK Nayak, B Biswal, KP Sudheer
Journal of Hydrology 598, 126465, 2021
82021
Decorrelation is not dissociation: there is no means to entirely decouple the Brutsaert-Nieber parameters in streamflow recession analysis
B Biswal
Advances in Water Resources 147, 103822, 2021
82021
Importance of nutrient loading and irrigation in gross primary productivity trends in India
S Patnaik, B Biswal
Journal of Hydrology 588, 125047, 2020
82020
A Canberra distance-based complex network classification framework using lumped catchment characteristics
P Istalkar, SLK Unnithan, B Biswal, B Sivakumar
Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment 35, 1293-1300, 2021
52021
A novel framework to determine the usefulness of satellite-based soil moisture data in streamflow prediction using dynamic Budyko model
AK Nayak, B Biswal, KP Sudheer
Journal of Hydrology 595, 125849, 2021
52021
Characterization of basin-scale dynamic storage–discharge relationship using daily GRACE based storage anomaly data
D Sharma, S Patnaik, B Biswal, JT Reager
Geosciences 10 (10), 404, 2020
52020
Can a Calibration-Free Dynamic Rainfall‒Runoff Model Predict FDCs in Data-Scarce Regions? Comparing the IDW Model with the Dynamic Budyko Model in South India
A Nag, B Biswal
Hydrology 6 (2), 32, 2019
52019
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