Oregon State University

Mountain floods

IUSSTF workshop on Modeling and Managing Floods in Mountain Areas

Workshop group

Flood Processess

A. Dimri (Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India): Atmosphere processes leading to extreme flood events-Part I, Part II, Part III

Mike Anderson (California Division of Water Resources): Atmospheric Rivers

Renoj Thayyen (National Institute of Hydrology, Roorkee, India): Floods in the Himalayas

Sanjay Jain (National Institute of Hydrology, Roorkee, India): Glacial Lake Outburst Floods

Flood Management

Gene Stakhiv (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers): Flood Risk Management and Adaptation to a Climate Uncertain World

Gerry Galloway (University of Maryland): Developing Structural and Non-Structural Resilience to Mountain Flooding

Jeff Harris (West Consultants): Early Warning Systems

S. P. Agrawal (Indian Institute of Remote Sensing): Conceptual framework for early flood warning system in NW Himalayas in India-Part I, Part II

Flood Modeling

Jayantha Obeysekera (South Florida Water Management District): Flood estimation under non-stationarity-Part I, Part II, Part III

Vijay Sing (Texas A&M): Entropy Theory for Flood Frequency Analysis in Mountainous Watersheds

Pankaj Mani (National Institute of Hydrology, Patna, India): 1D and 2D flood routing and risk assessment

N. N. Rai (Central Water Commission, India): Modeling of recent floods in North India

Flood Forecasting

Yung-Hsin Sun (MWH Global): California flood risk

Kelly Kibler (University of Central Florida): Hydrologic forecasting for flood risk managment: predicting flows and inundation in data-limited catchments

Sanjay Kumar (National Institute of Hydrology, Roorkee, India): Forecast updating

Alan Stanton (Oregon State University): Himalayan topography and extreme precipitation: What do spaceborne sensors tell us

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