S.K. Mishra
Head Of Department
 skm61fwt[at]iitr.ac.in
 +91-1332-285457

Areas Of Interest
  • Rainfall-Runoff Modelling, SCS-CN Methodology, Flood forecasting
  • Dam Break Studies
  • Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, Design of Irrigation and Drainage Structures
  • Reservoir operation
  • Environmental Engineering, Water and waste water audit
Professional Background
From To Designation Organisation
1987 1992 Scientist B National Institute of Hydrology, Roorkee-247 667, U.P., India
1992 1999 Scientist C National Institute of Hydrology, Roorkee
2003 2004 Scientist E1 National Institute of Hydrology, Roorkee-247 667, U.P., India
2002 2003 Visiting Faculty Dept. of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, Powai, Mumbai-400 076, Maharasht
2003 2004 Scientist E1 National Institute of Hydrology, Roorkee-247 667, U.P., India
2004 2008 Assistant Professor Dept. of Water Resources Development and Management (Earlier WRDTC), Indian Institute of Technology,
2008 2014 Associate Professor Dept. of Water Resources Development and Management (Earlier WRDTC), Indian Institute of Technology,
2014 Continued Professor Dept. of Water Resources Development and Management (Earlier WRDTC), Indian Institute of Technology,
Honors And Awards
Award Institute Year
District Education Board Scholarship, Govt. of U.P Junior High School, Malawan (Etah) 1973
Integrated Scholarship, Govt. of U.P. Govt. Inter College, Agra (UP) 1975
Merit-cum-means scholarship, University Grant Commission M.N.R.E.C., Allahabad 1980
Junior Research Fellowship, MHRD Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur 1984
Ministry of Water Resources (Govt. of India) Annual Cash Award National Institute of Hydrology, Roorkee 1993
Ministry of Water Resources (Govt. of India) Annual Cash Award National Institute of Hydrology, Roorkee 1997
DR. RAJENDRA PRASAD PURUSKAR Indian Council of Agriculture Research (Govt. of India) 1999
MAN OF ACHIEVEMENT AWARD American Biographical Institute, USA 2005
Educational Details
Degree Subject University Year
Bachelor of Engineering Civil Engineering University of Allahabad 1984
Master of Technology Hydraulics and Water Resources Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur 1986
Doctor of Philosophy Hydrology University of Roorkee, Roorkee 1999
Administrative Background
From To Designation Organisation Level
1990 1992 Scientist-in-Charge Belgaum Regional Centre, National Institute of Hydrology Roorkee
1996 1997 Officer-in-Charge (Vehicles) National Institute of Hydrology Roorkee
1996 1997 Officer-in-Charge (Construction) National Institute of Hydrology Roorkee
1996 1997 Head, Civil Maintenance National Institute of Hydrology
1996 1997 Head, Hydrologic Design Division National Institute of Hydrology Roorkee
1996 1997 Hon. Secretary , Indian Association of Hydrologists, Roorkee
1996 1997 President, Recreational Club National Institute of Hydrology Roorkee
2004 2006 Officer-in-Charge (Farm) Dept. of Water Resources Development and Management
2006 On Going Officer-in-Charge (Library) Dept. of Water Resources Development and Management
2006 On Going Member, Library Advisory Committee Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
2013 On Going Chairman, Dept. Academic Committee IIT Roorkee
2013 On Going Chairman, Dept. Research Committee IIT Roorkee
Memberships
  • Int. Journal of Water Resources and Environmental Management, Serial Publications, New Delhi., Associate Editor
  • Elsevier Editorial System, Advances in Water Resources, Elsevier, The Netherlands., Member
  • Editorial Board, Journal of Geographic Information System, Member
  • Science and Technology Entrepreneurship Park (STEP), I.I.T., Roorkee (Membership No. 120/2009), Member
  • Annual J. of Multiple Sciences, Govt. Model Science College, Jabalpur, M.P., Member, Board of Advisors, Psy-fronts
  • International Association of Hydrological Sciences, Wallingford, U.K., Member (No. 1313)
  • Institution of Engineers (India), India., Member (M/129388/5)
  • Indian Association of Hydrologists, Roorkee, India., Life Member (LM-916)
  • Indian Water Resources Society, Roorkee, India., Life Fellow Member (F-2004-1164)
  • ASCE, Associate editor
  • Indian Water Resources Society, Editor
Teaching Engagements
Title Course Code Class Name Semester
Design of Irrigation Structures WC508 P.G.(including Pre Phd Course) Spring
Principles and Parctices in Irrigation Engineering WI503 P.G.(including Pre Phd Course) Autumn
Design of Irrigation and Drainage Works WI502 P.G.(including Pre Phd Course) Autumn

 

  1. LIST OF SPONSORED RESEARCH PROJECTS
Sl.

No.

Project Title Funding Agency Amount Period Co-workers
1. Identification of vulnerable areas in Himalayan watersheds INCOH, MoWR, New Delhi Rs. 9.00 lacs 4 years

(2007-2011)

S.K. Mishra (PI) M.K. Jain (Co-PI)
2. Experimental verification of SCS runoff curve numbers for selected soils and land uses INCOH, MoWR, New Delhi Rs. 44.15 lacs 6 years

(May 12 to Dec 18)

S.K. Mishra (PI)

Ashish Pandey

RP Pandey

PS Kashyap

3. Hydrological response of a river basin in changing climate INCOH, MoWR, New Delhi Rs. 30.66 lacs 3 years

(May 12 to Apr 15)

Ashish Pandey(PI)

RP Pandey

S.K. Mishra

4. Identification of vulnerable areas in the catchment of Tehri reservoir THDC India Ltd., Rishikesh, UK Rs. 15.00 lacs 2 Years S.K. Mishra (PI)

Ashish Pandey

5. Assessment of sediment yield from the Tehri catchment THDC India Ltd., Rishikesh, UK Rs. 23.74 lacs 3 Years

(July 2017-20)

Ashish Pandey (PI)

S.K. Mishra

6. Hydrological Experiment for the validation of Scatterometer Derived Hydrological Products and Application for River Basin Management Space Application Centre (SAC,) ISRO, Ahmedabad Rs. 24.60

lacs

3 years

(June 2017-May 2020)

Ashish Pandey(PI)

Dr. P. Gupta, SAC, PI

Dr. S.K. Mishra,

Mr. R. Pradhan, SAC

Mr. D.Dayal,


 

  1. LIST OF CONSULTANCY PROJECTS
Sl. No. Project Title Funding Agency     
1. Study Tour Cum Training Programme on Small Scale Irrigation Development African Development Bank and

Ghana Irrigation Development Authority

2. National Level Training on Extension technology for efficient water management in irrigated agriculture Ministry of Water Resources, New Delhi
3. Study on sustainable development of flora, fauna, ecology and needs of local community due to diversion of Satluj river flow for NJHEP Satlaj Jal Vidyut Nigam Ltd., Shimla, Himachal Pradesh
4. Design of ClassAALoadingDoubleLaneBridge at km 8.76 and 19.642 of Parallel Deoband Branch Feeder Channel (PDBFC) UpperGangaCanal Mod. Dn. 1, GangotriBhawan, World Bank Office, Roorkee
5. Design of 500 cusecs capacity Escape on PDBFC Branch Feeder Channel at km 19.189 (old chainage 19.015) UpperGangaCanal Mod. Dn. 1, GangotriBhawan, World Bank Office, Roorkee
6. Design of Pandokheri minor Syphon at 48.09 km of Parallel Deoband Branch  Feeder Channel UPPCL, World Bank Office, Roorkee
7. Design of Kallarpur Distributary Syphon at 44.110 km of Parallel Deoband Branch  Feeder Channel UPPCL, World Bank Office, Roorkee
8. Design of escape channel head regulator & Tail fall at Km. 47.125 on Parallel Deoband Branch Feeder Channel. UPPCL, Unit-24, Roorkee
9. Evaluation of DPR on ”Reclamation of waterlogged agricultural land through surface drainage system in development blocks Khanpur , Laksar, and Bahadarabad, district Haridwar” Asstt. Director, Watershed Management Div., Roorkee at Landhora
10. Design of a retaining wall in PDBFC near KapuriGovindpur and small culverts UP Irrigation Department
11. Design of syphons on PDBFC at kms 25.14 and 48.71 UP Irrigation Department
12. Design of lining of Ramganga Feeder Channel UP Irrigation Department
13 Design of Bridge Krishni DR near Jalalabad UP Irrigation Department
14. Hydrological studies for Sabarmati River Front Development National Institute of Hydrology, Roorkee
15. Design of back regulator on right bank of Gangan river at New Moradabad Moradabad Development Authority, UP
16. Design of prier and abutment of 100 m one-way bridge on River Kho at Garighat in Kotdwar M/s SS Construction Co., Haridwar
17. Design of cement concrete lining of parallel Hindon Cut canal from Km. 3.758 – 4.00 UP Irrigation Department
18. Hydrological studies of Ken Betwa Link Project- Phase II National Institute of Hydrology, Roorkee
19. Pre-feasibility Report on the alignment of Embankment on River Ramganga in Moradabad Moradabad Development Authority, Moradabad
20. Design of retaining wall at the approach of Gagan river bridge at km. 151 of Moradabad-Delhi National  Highway. Moradabad Development Authority, Moradabad
21. Design of Class A loading double lane bridge on the Juhi Motor roard on river Mandal in Dist. PariGarhwal. M/s Shiv Shankar Construction Co., Bahaderabad, Haridwar
22. Design of the proposed bridge at km 11.200 of parallel Hindon cut canal UP Irrigation Department
23. Design of proposed 6-lane bridge on parallel Hindon cut canal at km 8.050 (MurgaMandi) Ex. Er., Head Works Div., Agra Nahar, Canal Colony, Okhla
24. Short-term course on Hydraulics during Mar. 16-18, 2007 UBTE, Roorkee
25. Short-term course on Auto-CAD during Aug. 02-07, 2007.

 

Govt. Polytechnic Dehradun
26. Short-term course on Water Resources Development during Jan. 21-25, 2008. Govt. Polytechnic Dehradun
27. Short-term Teachers Training during March – July, 2008. Directorate of Technical Education, UK
28. *Vetting of designs of MadhyaGangaCanal stage II project (Part-I to Part IV) M/s PSK INFRA Engineers Pvt. Ltd. (PESKON), Meerut
29. Short-term Training for TEQIP Institutions during Jan 28-Jun. 06, 2009. SPA, SPFU, 146 Vasant Vihar Phase I, Dehradun
30. Eight weeks Training on Rehabilitation and Management of Irrigation Schemesduring 17.02.2009 -14.04.2009 Emergency Irrigation Rehabilitation Project (EIRP), Islamic Rep-ublic of Afghanistan, Ministry of Energy and Power
31. Short Term Course on River Training Works during 07-11.10.2009 Applied Research International Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi
32. Short Term Course on Project Management for River Valley Projects during 21-25.10.2009 NHPC Limited, Faridabad
33. Design of a PRB-cum-Tail regulator on Parallel Hindon Cut Canal at km 13.30 Ex. Er., Head Works Div., Agra Nahar, Canal Colony, Okhla
34. Design of a 6-lane bridge on Agra canal at km 27.00 Ex. Er., Agra Nahar, Mathura
35 Design of an extra retaining wall at the left bank embankment of Yamuna towards river Ex. Er., Head Works Div., Agra Nahar, Canal Colony, Okhla
36 Design of RCC retaining wall Ex. Er., UGC Mod. Div., GangotriBhawan, Roorkee
37. (i) Vetting of Designs of bridges on Chandausi branch under MGC-II project and (ii) Vetting of designs of Ganj Distributary aqueduct at km 18.71 of MGC-II under MGC-II project PKS INFRA Engineers Pvt. Ltd., Ghaziabad
38. (i) Vetting of designs of bridges on Bahjoi branch under MGC-II and pump house on Nimninala at Banda city PKS INFRA Engineers Pvt. Ltd., Ghaziabad
39. Vetting of design drawings of 2 no. bridges over river Krishni at Thana Bhawan and Raipur Sonta, Muzaffarnagar Director, PKS INFRA Engineers Pvt. Ltd., Ghaziabad
40. Design of a regulator on Kot Escape/ Havalia drain for mitigating the problem of waterlogging in GautamBudha university Ex. Er., Drainage Div. I, Meerut
41. Design of Nahal regulator in TahsilSwar of Dist. Rampur CE (Eastern Ganga), Irrigation Dept., Moradabad
42. Vetting of designs of aqueducts on Sultanpur distributary (at km 26.795) and Laxmidhar distributary (at km 27.170) of Madhya Ganga Canal Stage II M/s J.K. Associates, Pvt. Ltd, HIG-4 Kailashpuri, Mathura Road, Agra
43. Water and Waste Water Audit M/s NALCO, Smelter Plant, Nalco Nagar, Angul, Orissa
44. Mathematical Modelling to assess submergence effect of Polavaram Dam Water Resources Dept., Govt. of Orissa, Bhubaneshwar
45. Field visit of canal irrigation system of Irrigation Dept., Ambala Ambala Irrigation Dept., Punjab
46. STC on River Training works M/s Applied Research International Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.
47. Stage-I studies for safe passage of Kaushalya river water and protection measure M/s DLF Homes Panchkula Pvt. Ltd., Chandigarh (UT)
48. Stage-II studies for safe passage of Kaushalya river water and protection measure M/s DLF Homes Panchkula Pvt. Ltd., Chandigarh (UT)
49. Assessment of carrying capacity for conveying system of ECPL and evaluation for the entire conveying system including all 10 syphons M/s Effluent Channel Projects Ltd., Vadodara, Gujarat
50. Development of teaching scheme for course on Inland Waterways Development M/s National Inland Navigation Institute, Patna
51. Four-week training on ‘River basin planning’ (T-821) Director, PCU, MEW, Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Kabul
52. Four-week training on ‘Geological and Geotechnical Investigations’ (T-822) -do-
53. 4-week training on ‘Foundation treatment for dams and reservoirs’ (T-823) -do-
54. 4-week training on ‘Design of small dams’ (T-824) -do-
55. Water availability study for Chitrangi thermal power project Reliance Energy Centre,Mumbai
56. Identification of water source for power plant linked to Mourya coal block(Jharkhand) Power Finance Corporation,New Delhi
57. Area drainage study for plant and ash dyke for Gaderwara Super Thermal Power Project (6×660 MW) NTPC Ltd. Sector 24, NOIDA
58. Dam break analysis of Mullaperiyar Dam; Idukki Dam, Cheruthony Dam, Kulamavu Dam; Lower Periyar Dam; and Bhuthathankettu Barrage and the propagation of flood wave from Mullaperiyar Dam to the Arabian Sea Chief Engineer (ISW), Govt. of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram
59. Flood routing studies for release of water through Tehri dam spillways during flood OMS, QA & Safety Department, THDCIL, Rishikesh (UK)
60. Site visit to under-construction bridge on Fatehganj-Dataganjmarg near BeladhadhiGhat in the district of Badaun UP State PWD, Barelliy
61. Site visit to under-construction main bridge across Ramganga River on GhoraghatBasantpur Marg, Mirganj, Bareilly UP State PWD, Barelliy
62 Area Drainage Study for Plant and Ash Dyke for Gadarwara Super Thermal Power Project (4×660 MW). NTPC Ltd, Noida
63 Water availability study of at least 118 cusecs (106 MCM/yr) for 2nd Jharkhand UMPP (4000MW) from Ajay river considering the proposed sites at Siktiya&Hussainabad in Deoghar district of Jharkhand & preparation of detailed project report. PFCC Ltd., N.Delhi
64 Water Availability Study of Patratu Reservoir and Related Thermal Power Plants. PFCC Ltd., N.Delhi
65 Area Drainage Study for Plant and Ash Dyke for Gadarwara Super Thermal Power Project (4×660 MW). NTPC Ltd, Noida
66 Cumulative impact assessment study for hydropower development Chief Engineer (ENVT), WAPCOS, Gurgaon
67 Study of strengthening of structures on d/s of dam Ex. Er., Construction Division, SinchaiBhawan, Panchkula
68 Evaluation of structural stability of the entire conveying system including all 10 syphons and hydraulkic capacity of the entire conveying system Managing Director, VECL, Vadodara, Gujarat
69 Conceptual water availability and intake point study for proposed 1320 MW TPP at Distt. Deogarh, Jharkhand DED, Dalmia Power Ltd., 45 Scindia House, Connaught Place, New Delhi
70 Water availability in upstream of Kewtar barrage on river Sone MB Power (Madhya Pradesh) Ltd., 235 Okhla Industrial Estate, Phase III, New Delhi
71 Economic Development for Rural and Smaller Communities Afghan Ministry of Energy and Water (MEW), Cowater International Inc., Canada
72 Water Resources Engineering Afghan Ministry of Energy and Water (MEW), Cowater International Inc., Canada
73 Water Resources Project Administration Afghan Ministry of Energy and Water (MEW), Cowater International Inc., Canada
74 Modern irrigation Practices Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation & Livestock/On-Farm Water Management Project, Islamic Republic of Afghanistan
75 Water Resources Project Administration Afghan Ministry of Energy and Water (MEW), Cowater International Inc., Canada
76 Livelihood in river basin Afghan Ministry of Energy and Water (MEW), Cowater International Inc., Canada
77 Cumulative scientific study to assess the impact of existing and proposed HP stations on Saryu river basin in the Distt. of  Bageshwar (WRC-1001/12-13) GM (Civil- UJVNL, Dehradun
78 Cumulative scientific study to assess the impact of existing and proposed HP stations on Eastern Ramganga basin in Bageshwar (WRC-1002/12-13) –do–
79 Scientific study to determine the impact of existing hydropower stations (in operation on river Bhagirathi, Alaknanda& Yamuna river basins and effect on water quality, noise, and air quality (WRC-6005/12-13 GM (Civil- New Projects), UJVNL, Maharani Bagh, Dehradun
80 Cumulative scientific study to assess the impact of existing and proposed hydropower stations on Saryu river in the district of Bageshwar (UK)-Water Quality (WRC-6003/12-13 GM (Civil- New Projects), UJVNL, Maharani Bagh, Dehradun
81 Short Term Course on River Training Works Applied Research International Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi
82 Study of feasibility for alternate means for drawl of water from River Sone for 2×600 MW Anuppur Thermal Power Project MB Power (Madhya Pradesh) Limited, 235, Okhla Estate, Phase III, N.Delhi-20
83 Dam break analysis of the proposed barrage located at 435 meters upstream of Dhurwasin Road Bridge MB Power (Madhya Pradesh) Limited, 235, Okhla Estate, Phase III, N.Delhi-20
84 Impact of construction of buildings on Sukhna Cho waterway and on bridge existing on NH-22 in Kalka Ex. Er., Construction Division, SinchaiBhawan, Panchkula
85 Study on assessment of soil loss in Himalayan watershed Chief Engineer (Envt.), WAPCOS Ltd., Gurgaon
86 Two-week training on Construction Supervision- Quality Control (T-903) PCU, MEW, Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Kabul
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Two-week training on Small Dam Construction Management and Supervision (T-932) PCU, MEW, Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Kabul
88 Short Term trainings for TEQIP Institutions State Project Advisor, SPFU, Dehradun
89 Surface runoff study for SEL (IPP) & Smelter Plant at Jharsuguda, Odisha IPP Jharsuguda Power Plant, Jharsuguda
90 Assistance to PFCCL for “SEIA and EMP study of the proposed storage dam on River Ajay for water supply to 4000 MW UMPP at Hussainabad” Deogarh Dist. And preparation of detailed project report PFCCL, New Delhi
91 Sensitivity analysis of HEC-RAS dam break input variables Chief Engineer (Envt.), WAPCOS Ltd., Gurgaon
92 Review of hydraulic model study carried out for the proposed 6-Lane elevated road over Hindon Cut Canal Ex. Er., Head Works Division Agra Canal, Okhla, New Delhi
*93 Study for precautionary measures to withstand the impact of natural disasters & problems like flash floods etc. in the project and surrounding areas M/s Magnolia Propbuild Private Ltd., Karmapura Commercial Complex, New delhi
94 Study to assess the water availability for the proposed Ghatampur Thermal Power Station (GTPS)-(3×660 MW)- from Allahabad West Branch Canal M/s Neyvelli Lignite Corporation Ltd., Nevley
95 Assessment of project cost of Lower Baitarni SHP (3×8 MW) in Odisha M/s Baitarni Power Project Pvt. Ltd., Hyderabad
96 Assessment of annual energy and capitalized cost of Karnikayam SHP M/s Energy Development Co. Ltd., City Plaza, Faridabad
97 Hydraulic model study for the proposed road bridge between Greater NOIDA Sect. 1/Tech. Zone 4 & NOIDA Sect. 115/112 over Hindon River Ex. Er., Head Works Division, Agra Canal, Okhla
*98 Site visit to Srinagar Hydro Power Project GVK Projects & Technical Services Ltd., AP
99 Five training programs for NHPC officers through CEC NHPC  Ltd., Faridabad
100 Vetting of the proposed conceptual plan for diversion of two drains for development of derived river land for Barwala Industrial Area. Ky Consultants Pvt. Ltd., Gurgaon
101 Revision of project cost estimate of Khutani SHP Khutani Power Co. Pvt. Ltd., Gurgaon
102 Field visit to medium irrigation projects in Nadaun, Hamirpur (WRC-6018/14-15) Jain Irrigation Systems Ltd., Sundarnagar, HP
103 Review of hydraulic and structural designs of desilting tanks and structural design of intake structures and main sump wells for two medium irrigation projects in Nadaun, Hamirpur (WRC-6021/14-15) Jain Irrigation Systems Ltd., Sundarnagar, HP
104 Design flood estimation for bridge no. 1 & bridge no. 2 located on sub-tributary and tributary, respectively, of Dangri river near Barwala HSIIDC, Barwala
105 Consultancy of protection works of road in Sector 2, 3, 4, 5 of Pinjore-Kalka urban complex (WRC-6019/14-15) HUDA, Panchkula
106 Area drainage study for 2×660 MW Buxar Thermal Power Project of SJVNL Thermal Pvt. Ltd. SJVNL Thermal Pvt. Ltd., Saket, New Delhi
107 Area Drainage Study for Proposed PudimadakaSuper Thermal Power Project (4X1000MW) in Visakhapatnam District, AP NTPC Ltd, Noida
108 Flood routing studies for release of water through the Vishnu PrayagPipalkoti Hydroelectric Project (VPHEP) spillways during flood and dam break flood analysis of VPHEP THDC India Ltd., Rishikesh, UK
109 Road embankment breach flood analysis, effect of the flood on HSIIDC protection structures located near Dangri River in Dist. Barwala, and cross-checking of their design for safety (WRC-6013/15-16) Chief Engineer, HSIIDC, Panchkula, Chandigarh
110 Area drainage study for 2×660 MW Buxer Thermal Power Project of SVJN Thermal Pvt. Limited (WRC-6007/15-16) SJVNL Thermal Pvt. Limited, NOIDA
111 Design study of guide bund over Rapti River at km 26 of Bahraich-Sirsiya-Chaudhrideeh road (SH-96) in Distt. Shrawasti, UP Ex. Er., Provincial Div., PWD, Shrawasti, UP
112 Area drainage study of NTPC solar power project (Port Blair)(WRC-6014/15-16) NTPC Ltd., Southern Region Head Quarters, Secunderabad
113 Consultancy services for ash dyke breach analysis of ash dyke embankment of Gadarwara STPP, Stage I (2×800 MW) (WRC-6015/15-16) NTPC Ltd., NOIDA, UP
114 Carrying capacity study of the Singrauli region for development considering physical, ecological, and social environment (WRC- NTPC Ltd., Singrauli, Sonebhadra, UP
115 Hydrogeological study for Singrauli STPP, Stage III (2×660 MW) (WRC-6002/17-18) NTPC Ltd., Singrauli, Sonebhadra, UP
116 Physical model study for proposed bridge over River Teesta at Haldibari in Cooch Behar District, West Bengal (WRC-6001/17-18) NBCC-1, PWD, West Bengal
117 Physical modelling studies for Kosi river covering the proposed bridge over near Supaul under Bharat Mela project in Bihar (WRC-6005/17-18) VKS Infratech Management Pvt. Ltd, New delhi
118 Evaluation of structural stability and hydraulic capacity of the entire conveying system of VECL (WRC-6009/16-17) VECL, Vadodara
119 Hydraulic mathematical study for crossing NOIDA-Greater NOIDA Metro Corridor near NOIDA- Greater NOIDA Expressway over Hindon River in Distt. GB Nagar (WRC-6008/16-17) UP Irrigartion Dept., Okhla
120 Field visit to Yamuna Dofar Thermal Power Project (CED-6150) M/s Yamuna Dofar Thermal Power Project, Yamuna nagar
121 11 Short-Term courses on various topics. M/s NHPC Ltd., Faridabad
122 R&D based consulting services for “Study of Alternative Approaches for the Mitigation of High Sulfate / High TDS Wastewater in the Plant of Insilco Ltd., Gajraula, U.P.” Insilco Ltd., A-5 UPSIDC Indl. area  Bhartiagram, Gajraula,Amroha, UP
123 Consultancy regarding PA Pan foundation and road/drainage for alternate route to ash dyke (CED-6264/17-18) M/s Yamuna Dofar Thermal Power Project, Yamuna nagar
124 Valuation of assetts of Ratle Project JKSPDC Ltd., Srinagar, Kasmir
125 Consultancy for hydrological study and proposal of work on Lankhar realignment on road Namti-Kibhitu in Arunachal Pradesh- Part I Border Roads organization, C/O 99 APO, Arunachal Pradesh

 

3.0 ORGANIZATION OF CONFERENCES/SEMINARS

 

  1. Organized an International Conference on Recent Advances in Water Resources Development and Management (RAWRDM-2005) at the Dept. of Water Resources Development and Management, IIT Roorkee, during Nov. 23-25, 2005.
  2. Organized a National Workshop on Hydrologic and Hydraulic Routing in Alluvial Streams, NWHHRAS-99, Indian Association of Hydrologists, Roorkee, Nov. 26-27, 1999.
  3. Organized as Chairman a National Workshop on ‘Challenges in Irrigation Management for Food Security’, as Chairman of the Organizing Committee, Indian Water Resources Society, Dept. of Water Resources Development and Mangement, IIT Roorkee, Roorkee, Nov. 26-27, 2016.
  4. Organized as Chairman a National Workshop on ‘Hydropower Development and Management- Thinking Ahead’, as Chairman of the Organizing Committee, Indian Water Resources Society, Dept. of Water Resources Development and Mangement, IIT Roorkee, Roorkee, April 16, 2017.
  5. Organized as Chairman an International Conference on ‘Sustainable Technologies for Intelligent Water Management’, as Chairman of the Organizing Committee, Indian Water Resources Society, Dept. of Water Resources Development and Mangement, IIT Roorkee, Roorkee, Feb. 16-18, 2018.

 

LIST OF M.E. /M.TECH. THESES

Sl. No. Name of student                Thesis Title Year Co-supervisor
1 S. Sah Dam breach flood wave analysis 1995 Dr. Nayan Sharma, Professor, Uni. of Roorkee, Roorkee
2 S.C. Awasthi Computer simulation model for daily operation of two reservoirs in series 1993 Dr. U.C. Chaube, Professor

University of Roorkee, Roorkee

3. Le ThanhBinh Daily rainfall-runoff modeling for Dong Nai river basin in Vietnam 2004 Dr. U.C. Chaube, Professor

IIT Roorkee

4. AgusRejeki Irrigation scheduling in command area: A Case Study 2005 Dr. Deepak Khare, Assoc. Professor, IIT Roorkee
5. Dwi Hari Shanti Rainfall-runoff modeling using remote sensing and GIS 2005 Dr. M.K. Jain, Scientist E1

NIH Roorkee

6. GetnetYayeh DAMBRK flood wave analysis considering hysteresis 2005
7. JoydeepDatta Analysis of water quality data using statistical and ANN approaches 2005 Dr. M.K. Sharma, Scientist B, NIH Roorkee
8. S.R. Kale Comparison of agricultural drainage design techniques 2006 Dr. V.K. Chaube, NIH, Roorkee
9. S.A. Siddiqui Long-term hydrologic simulation using SCS-CN method 2006 Dr. Sanjay K. Jain, NIH, Roorkee
10. Y. Udien Real time flood forecasting at Ciliwung river Indonesia using ANN and statistical approaches 2006 Dr. Avinash Agrawal, NIH, Roorkee
11. *B.B. Dash Objective estimation of drought severity and associated parameters 2006 Sh. R.P. Pandey, NIH, Roorkee
12. Gunjan Kumar Rainfall Runoff Modeling Using Topography Based Distributed TOPMODEL 2007 Dr. M.K. Jain, NIH, Roorkee
13. KanthiChandralatha Performance evaluation of irrigated agriculture systems 2007 Sh. Raj Pal Singh, Visiting Prof., WRDM
14. Nikhil Kumar Hydrologic simulation of runoff using SWAT model 2007 Dr. M.K. Jain, NIH, Roorkee
15. L.N. Thakural Irrigation scheduling for a command area using remote sensing and GIS 2007 Dr. S.K. Jain, NIH, Roorkee
16. R.B. Shah Estimation of soil erosion and sediment yield using GIS 2007 Dr. M.K. Jain, NIH, Roorkee
17 Joni Rahalsyah Putra Urban drainage planning of Palembang City- A Case Study 2007 Dr. M.L. Kansal, Assoc. Prof., WRDM, IIR
18 Satyendra Kumar Development of rainfall-runoff model incorporating storm duration 2008
19 SandhyaraniSethy An improved SCS-CN-based baseflow computation method for rainfall-runoff modeling 2008
20 Jamil Ahmed Flood inundation mapping-A case study 2008
21. K.S. Kasiviswanathan Rainfall-runoff modeling using Artificial Neural Network 2009 Dr. Avinash Agrawal, NIH Roorkee
22. Satish Prasad Singh An optimal design of barrage 2009
23. P. Jagannath Effect of afflux and concentration factor on the design of barrage 2009
24. PradipBehl Effect of design flood on the design of barrage 2009
25. C.M. Alloli Effect of silt factor and retrogression on the design of barrage 2009
26. AlamgirAlam Effect of climate on rainfall-generated runoff 2010
27. Samuelson Application of CN-storm duration relationship to the data of an Indonesian watershed 2010
28 DukhuKhisku Comparative study of synthetic unit hydrograph methods 2010
29 Ajay Kumar Kansal Assessment of a design curve number for a watershed 2011
30 Babula Kumar Behera SCS-CN-based long-term hydrologic simulation 2011
31 UmakantNayak Comparison between conventional and ANN-based flood forecasting methods 2011
32 Ketan Agarwal Design of a de-sedimentation chamber in a Himalayan river 2011
33 DhananjayKalah SCS-CN-based runoff estimation in an industrial watershed 2012
34 Mayank K. Jain Sensitivity analysis of a dam break model 2012
35 *Anubhav Chaudhary Determination of runoff curve number and sediment yield in monsoon season for sugarcane grown on a soil with different grades 2013
36 Raj KajiShreshtha Determination of runoff curve number and sediment yield in non-monsoon season for sugarcane grown on a soil with different grades 2013
37 Reena Rana Environmental impact assessment study of River Sarju in Distt. Bageshwar 2013 Prof. D. Das
38 Sourjit Das Environmental impact assessment study of Eastern Ramganga 2013 Dr. Ashish Pandey
39 Ranjit Kumar Jha Effect of soil, land use, antecedent moisture condition (AMC), and slope on runoff curve number 2014
40 Rajendra Prasad Deo Effect of soil, land use,  antecedent moisture condition (AMC), and slope on sediment yield 2014
41 LekNathSubedi Effect of soil, land use, AMC, and slope on nutrition loss of soil 2014
42 Dinesh Poudel Relationship among runoff curve number, sediment yield and nutrition loss 2014
43 Santosh Kumar Choaudhary Universal soil loss equation (USLE) based plot scale study on soil erosion 2014 Prof. U.C. Chaube
44 Abhigya Srivastava Investigation of Jack Jetty field for river channelization 2014 Prof. Nayan Sharma
45 Nilanshi Gupta Modelling of river restoration analysis- A case study 2014 Prof. Nayan Sharma
46 Ajeet Kumar Srivastava Effect of land use, soil type, and antecedent moisture condition (AMC) on runoff curve number 2015
47 Shree Prasad Sah Effect of soil type, land use, and antecedent moisture condition (AMC) on sediment yield 2015
48 BinayaPaudel Relationship among rainfall, runoff curve number and sediment yield 2015
49 Suresh A. Water balance study of canal command area 2015 Dr. Deepak Khare
50 Vijaya Kumar P.G. Dam break analysis 2015 Dr. Ashish Pandey
51 Manish Kothari Environmental flow assessment for a river valley project 2015
52 Aakanksha Shukla Sensitivity of storm water management model to its input variables 2016
53 Manisha Chaurasia Sensitivity analysis of hydrodynamic module of MIKE11 2016 Dr. A.K. Lohani
54 Neha Rathore Evaluation of multi-satellite precipitation vis-a-vis terrestrial measurement 2016 Dr. Nayan Sharma
55 Ujjwal Singh Analysis of multi-modal inland navigation system on Ganga river 2016 Dr. Nayan Sharma
56 Siddaraj H.P. A study of land area drainage in coastal area 2016 Dr. UC Chaube
57 Arun Lal Karn Evaluation of SCS-CN inspired method 2016 Dr. UC Chaube
57 Shishir Gupta RAM analysis of an industrial system using Genetic algorithm 2016 Dr. Dinesh Kumar
58 SauravPatwal Performance of woven geosynthetic products for stream bank erosion control: Case study 2017 Dr. Nayan Sharma
59 Prakhar Mishra Review of pump storage projects 2017 Dr. Nayan Sharma
60 Prem Prakash Tirkey Performance analysis of hydropower plant using Markov analysis 2017 Dr. R.A. Singh

Dr. Nayan Sharma

61 MohitTomar An advanced NRCS-CN model for runoff estimation using GIS and Remote Sensing 2017 Dr. Puspendra K. Singh
62 YadabBaral Simulation of rainfall runoff process using HEC-HMS model for Kankai basin, Nepal 2017 Dr. L.N. Thakural
63 SrinivasuluPasila Development of SCS-CN model for runoff estimation using soil moisture proxies 2017 Dr. P.K. Singh
64 Sarat Chandra Ghadei Comparative evaluation of CN determining methods and NRCS-CN based models for runoff estimation 2017 Dr. P.K. Singh
65 Gitanjali Mohalik Dam break simulation of Mandira dam and flood risk assessment using Mike Flood 2018 J.P. Patra

 

LIST OF PH.D. THESES

Sl. No. Name of student Reg.

Year/

Status

Thesis Title Co-supervisor(s) Completed/ Ongoing
1. P.K. Bhunya 2002

(PT)

Statistical Approaches for estimation of design flood in ungauged catchments Dr. C.S.P. Ojha, Professor, I.I.T. Roorkee. Dr. Ronny Berndtsson, Professor, Dept. of Water Resources Engg. University, Malmo, Sweden 2006
2. V.K. Dwivedi 2002

(PT)

Hydrological modeling of Bhopal Lake Catchment (India) Dr. C.S.P. Ojha, Professor, I.I.T. Roorkee. Dr. A.K. Bhar, N.I.H. Roorkee 2007
3. R.P. Pandey 2002

(PT)

Characterization of drought Dr. Ranveer Singh, Professor, I.I.T. Roorkee. Dr. K.S. Ramasastri Scientist F & Director N.I.H., Roorkee 2008
4. JaivirTyagi 2002

(PT)

Rainfall-runoff-sediment yield modeling Dr. Ranveer Singh, Professor, I.I.T. Roorkee 2007
5. R.K. Sahu 2003

(FT)

Advanced applications of SCS-CN methodology Dr. T.I. Eldho, Asstt. Professor

Dept. of Civil Engg., IIT Bombay

2007
6. Geetha K. 2003

(PT)

SCS-CN based time-distributed rainfall runoff modeling Dr. T.I. Eldho, Assoc. Professor

Dept. of Civil Engg., IIT Bombay

Dr. A.K. Rastogi, Professor

Dept. of Civil Engg., IIT Bombay

2008
7. P.K. Parhi 2005

(FT)

Optimal planning and management of irrigation water in a command area Dr. Ranveer Singh, Professor, Dept. of Hydrology, IIT Roorkee 2008
8. P.K. Singh 2004

(FT)

Modeling of rainfall generated runoff and sediment yield Dr. U.C. Chaube, Professor, WRDM, IIT Roorkee 2008
9. Pradeep Kumar 2004

(FT)

Environmental flow assessment for a hydropower project on a Himalayan river Dr. U.C. Chaube, Professor, WRDM, IIT Roorkee 2009
10. D.G. Durbude 2007

(PT)

SCS-CN-based Long-term hydrologic simulation Dr. M.K. Jain, DOH 2010
11. S.S. Rawat 2007 (FT) Rainfall-runoff-sediment yield modeling of mountainous watersheds Dr. U.C. Chaube, Prof. WRDM

Dr. M.K. Jain, DOH

2012
12. Satya Narayan 2008

(FT)

Waste water treatment using certain water plants Dr. C.S.P. Ojha, Prof., Civil, IITR

Dr. U.C. Chaube, Prof. WRDM

2013
15. Shiulee Chakraborty 2011

(FT)

Long-term changes in irrigation water demand Dr. S.K. Mishra, U.C. Chaube, Dr. R.P. Pandey 2014
13. SaritaGajbhiye 2010

(FT)

Investigation of some critical aspects of Rainfall-runoff-sediment yield modelling Dr. Ashish Pandey, Asstt. Prof., WRD&M, IITR 2015
14. L.N. Thakural 2008

(PT)

Stream flow modellig and impact of climate change in a Himalayan basin Dr. Sanjay K. Jain, Scientist F, NIH Roorkee 2015
16. PatilPravinRangrao 2010

(FT)

Simplified derivation of UH and SUH for runoff estimation Dr. Nayan Sharma, Emeritus Fellow, WRDM 2016
17. Mohan Lal 2012

(FT)

Rainfall-runoff-sediment yield modelling Dr. Yogendra Kumar In Progress
18. Shailendra Kumar Kumre 2013

(FT)

Potential of curve number methodology in hydrologic applications Dr. Ashish Pandey In Progress
19. SangeetaVerma 2011

(Ext)

Development of SCS-CN based model and its application using Remote Sensing & GIS Dr. Anju Singh, NITIE, Mumbai 2016
20. Kumar Amrit 2013

(FT)

Long-term hydrologic simulation Dr. R.P. Pandey, NIH Roorkee 2018
21. N.K. Sharma 2014

(PT)

Investigation of Some Hydrologic and Hydraulic Issues in Water Resources Dr. Ashish Pandey, Assoc. Prof. In Progress
22. HailuBirara 2015

(FT)

Impact of climate change on water resources Dr. R.P. Pandey In Progress
23. Priyanka Gunjan 2015

(FT)

Hydrologic study and and impact assessment of land use and climate change on runoff Dr. AK Lohani In Progress
24. Vikas G. Jadhao 2017

(FT)

Experimental verification of rainfall, runoff and sediment yield Dr. Ashish Pandey In Progress
Courses Or Conferences Organised
Conference Name Sponsored By Date
Recent Advances in Water Resources Development and Management (RAWRDM-2005) IIT Roorkee, NABARD, and others November 2
Nat. Workshop on Hydrologic and Hydraulic Routing in Alluvial Streams, NWHHRAS-99 Indian Association of Hydrologists, Roorkee Nov. 26-27

Publications

BOOKS/MANUALS/SPECIAL ISSUES

  1. Mishra, S.K. and V.P. Singh (2003),’Soil Conservation Service Curve Number (SCS-CN) Methodology’, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, ISBN 1-4020-1132-6.
  2. Mishra, S.K., A.K. Rastogi, Champa Joshi, Pankaj Singh (2004),’Fluid Mechanics Laboratory: A manual for undergraduate students,’ Galgotia Publications Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi. India. ISBN: 81-7515-453-5.
  3. Khare, D., S.K. Mishra, S.K. Tripathi, G. Chauhan, N. Sharma (eds.) (2005),’Recent Advances in Water Resources Development and Management,’ Proc. Int. Symp., Vol. I, Allied Publishers, New Delhi, p. 619.
  4. Khare, D., S.K. Mishra, S.K. Tripathi, G. Chauhan, N. Sharma (eds.) (2005),’Recent Advances in Water Resources Development and Management,’ Proc. Int. Symp., Vol. II, Allied Publishers, New Delhi, p. 1039.
  5. Mishra, S.K., P.K. Agarwal, and A. Verma (2007),’Laboratory Manual for Hydraulics,’ Uttarakhand Board of Technical Education, Roorkee-247667 (UA).
  6. Mishra, S.K., Ashish Pandey, and V.P. Singh (eds.) (2013),’ Special Issue on Soil Erosion and Sediment Yield Modeling, J. Hydrologic. Engg., ASCE, HEENG-2636.
  7. Mishra, S.K., Ashish Pandey, and V.P. Singh (eds.) (2014),’Special Issue on Soil Conservation Service Curve Number (SCS-CN) Methodology, J. Hydrologic. Engg., ASCE, J. Hydrol. Eng., 17(11), 1157–1157.
  8. Kool, Y.M., P.K. Agarwal, S.K. Mishra (2016),’Structural Measures for Watershed Management”, Asian Books Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, ISBN 13 978-81-8412-213-8, p. 96.
  9. Pandey, A. and Mishra, S.K., Special issue on Challenges in Irrigation Management for Food Security-I, J. Indian Water Resources Society (IWRS). 37 (1):2017.
  10. Pandey, A. and Mishra, S.K., Special issue on Challenges in Irrigation Management for Food Security-II, J. Indian Water Resources Society (IWRS). 37 (2):2017.

 

BOOK CHAPTERS

  1. Mishra, S.K. and V.P. Singh (2002),’SCS-CN-based hydrologic simulation package,’ Ch. 13 in Mathematical Models in Small Watershed Hydrology and Applications, (eds.) V.P. Singh and D.K. Frevert, Water Resources Publications, P.O. Box 2841, Littleton, Colorado 80161, pp. 391-464.
  2. Avinash Agarwal, Joydeep Dutta, S.K. Mishra, and M.K. Sharma (2006),’Water quality modeling using artificial neural networks,’ Chapter 3, Vol. II, Proc. Int. Conf., “Challenges in Coastal Hydrology and Water Quality” (ed. Y. Xu Jun and V.P. Singh), Water Resources Publications, Conf. Organizer: American Institute of Hydrology, Baton Rouge, LA, May 21-24, pp. 305-314. ISBN # 1-887201-47-5.
  3. Mishra, S.K., P. Suresh Babu, V.P. Singh (2007),’SCS-CN method revisited,’ (ed.) V.P. Singh, “Hydrology and Hydraulics,” Water Resources Publications, P.O. Box 2841, Littleton, Colorado 80161.
  4. Pandey, R.P., K.D. Sharma, S.K. Mishra, Ranvir Singh, Avinash Agarwal (2007),’Drought characterization: An overview,’ (ed.) V.P. Singh, “Hydrology and Hydraulics,” Water Resources Pub., Colorado.
  5. Agarwal, A., S.K. Mishra, R.P. Pandey, V.P. Singh (2007),’Training of artificial neural network models,’ (ed.) V.P. Singh, “Hydrology and Hydraulics,” Water Resources Pub., Colorado.
  6. Bhunya, P.K, S.K. Mishra, C.S.P.Ojha, Ronny Berndtsson (2007),’Flood Estimation in Ungauged Basins,’ (ed.) V.P. Singh, “Hydrology and Hydraulics,” Water Resources Pub., Colorado.
  7. Mishra, S.K., P.K. Singh, and M.L. Gaur (2011),’Soil Conservation Service Curve Number Methodology Revisited,’ (Ed. G.C. Mishra), International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage, New Delhi.
  8. Mishra, S. K., V.P. Singh, P.K. Singh (2017). Revisiting the Soil Conservation Service Curve Number Method. Book Chapter in: Hydrologic Modeling [Select Proceedings of ICWEES-2016], Vol. 81, Water Science Technology Library, Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd., ISBN: 978-981-10-5800-4.
  9. Patil, P. R., S. K. Mishra, Nayan Sharma and V. P. Singh (2017),’”Nondimensional UH-Based Smoothing of S-Curve-Derived UH Oscillations,” Book Chapter in: Hydrologic Modeling [Select Proceedings of ICWEES-2016], Vol. 81, Water Science Technology Library, Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd., ISBN: 978-981-10-5800-4.
  10. Kumar Amrit, S.K. Mishra, R.P. Pandey (2017),’Coupling of Tenant concept with Standardized Precipitation Index for the prediction of environmental flow condition from rainfall in upper Narmada basin,” Book Chapter in: Climate Change Impacts [Select Proceedings of ICWEES-2016], Water Science Technology Library, Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd. (Accepted)

 

TECHNICAL PAPERS

    (A) International Journals

  1. Mishra, S.K. and S.M. Seth (1996),’Use of hysteresis for defining the nature of flood wave propagation in natural channels,’ Hydrological Sciences Journal, IAHS, 41(2), pp. 153-170.
  2. Mishra, S.K., M.K. Jain, and S.M. Seth (1997),’Characterization of flood waves by rating curves,’ J. Nordic Hydrology, Vol. 28(1), pp. 51-64.
  3. Mishra, S.K., S.R. Kumar, and Vijay P. Singh (1999),’Calibration and validation of a general infiltration model,’ J. Hydrological Processes, Vol. 13, pp. 1691-1718.
  4. Mishra, S.K. and Vijay P. Singh (1999),’Another look at the SCS-CN method,’ J. Hydrologic. Engg., ASCE, Vol. 4, No. 3, pp. 257-264.
  5. Mishra, S.K. and Vijay P. Singh (1999),’Hysteresis-based flood wave analysis,’ J. Hydrologic Engg., ASCE, Vol. 4, No. 4, pp. 358-365.
  6. Mishra, S.K., D.K. Srivastava, S.M. Seth, and N.K. Goel (2001),’Derivation of operation policies for the multi-purpose Ramganga reservoir,’ J. Water and Energy Int. J., Central Board of Irrigation and Power (CBIP), Vol. 58, No. 1, pp. 26-40.
  7. Singh, R.D., S.K. Mishra, and H. Chowdhary (2001),’Regional flow duration models for 1200 ungauged Himalayan watersheds for planning micro-hydro projects,’ J. Hydrologic Engg., ASCE, Vol. 6, No. 4, pp. 310-316.
  8. Mishra, S.K. and Vijay P. Singh (2001),’On Seddon speed formula,’ J. Hydrological Sciences-Journal-des Sciences Hydrologiques, IAHS, Vol. 46, No. 3, pp. 333-347.
  9. Mishra, S.K. and Vijay P. Singh (2001),’Hysteresis-based flood wave analysis using the concept of strain,’ J. Hydrological Processes, Vol. 15, pp. 1635-1651.
  10. Yilmaz, L., V.P. Singh, S.K. Mishra, D.D. Adrian, and J.J. Sansalone (2002),’Investigation of the meander plan-form development in a laboratory channel,’ Water Engineering Research, Vol. 3, No. 3, pp. 177-193.
  11. Mishra, S.K. and V.P. Singh (2002),’SCS-CN method: Part-I: Derivation of SCS-CN based models,’ Acta Geophysica Polonica, Vol. 50, No. 3, 457-477.
  12. Mishra, S.K., V.P. Singh, C.S.P. Ojha, V. Aravamuthan, and J.J. Sansalone (2002),’An SCS-CN-based time distributed runoff model,’ Water and Energy International Journal, Central Board of Irrigation and Power (CBIP), Vol. 59, No. 2, pp. 34-51.
  13. Yilmaz, L., V.P. Singh, S.K. Mishra, D.D. Adrian, and J.J. Sansalone (2002),’Experimental study of the bed shear stress and sediment transport in a meandering laboratory channel,’ Int. J. of Sediment Research (IJSR), Vol. 17, No. 1, pp. 1-19.
  14. Mishra, S.K. and V.P. Singh (2003),’ SCS-CN method Part-II: Analytical treatment,’ Acta Geophysica Polonica, Vol. 51, No. 1, pp. 107-123.
  15. Mishra, S.K. and Vijay P. Singh (2003),’Role of dimensionless numbers in wave analysis,’ J. Hydrological Processes, Vol. 17, No. 3, pp. 651-669.
  16. Mishra, S.K., V.P. Singh, J.J. Sansalone, and V. Aravamuthan (2003),’A modified SCS-CN method: Characterization and testing,’ J. Water Resources Management (WARM), Vol. 17, No. 1, pp. 37-68.
  17. Bhunya, P.K., S.K. Mishra, and Ronny Berndtsson (2003),’A simplified two-parameter Gamma distribution for derivation of synthetic unit hydrograph,’ Technical Note, J. Hydrologic Engrg., ASCE, Vol. 8, No. 4, 226-230.
  18. Mishra, S.K., J.J. Sansalone, and V.P. Singh (2003),’Hysteresis-based analysis of overland metal transport,’ J. Hydrological Processes, 17(8), pp. 1579-1606.
  19. Mishra, S.K. and V.P. Singh (2003),’Derivation of SCS-CN parameter S from linear Fokker-Planck equation’, J. Acta Geophysica Polonica, Vol. 51, No. 2, 180-202.
  20. Mishra, S.K., J.V. Tyagi, V.P. Singh (2003),’Comparison of infiltration models,’ J. Hydrological Processes, Vol.17, No. 13, 2629-2652.
  21. Mishra, S.K., M.K. Jain, R.P. Pandey, and V.P. Singh (2003),’Evaluation of the AMC-dependent SCS-CN-based models using large data of small watersheds,’ Water and Energy Int. Journal, Central Board of Irrigation and Power (CBIP), Vol. 60, No. 3, pp. 13-23.
  22. Mishra, S.K., J.J. Sansalone, and V.P. Singh (2004),’Partitioning analog for metal elements in urban rainfall-runoff overland flow using the Soil Conservation Service curve number concept,’ J. Environmental Engg., ASCE, Vol. 130, No. 2, Feb., pp. 145-154.
  23. Mishra, S.K. and V.P. Singh (2004),’Long-term hydrological simulation based on the Soil Conservation Service curve number,’ J. Hydrological Processes, Vol. 18, No. 7, 1291-1313.
  24. Mishra, S.K. and V. P. Singh (2004),’Validity and extension of the SCS-CN method for computing infiltration and rainfall-excess rates,’ J. Hydrological Processes, Vol. 18, No. 17, pp: 3323-3345.
  25. Pandey, R.P., S.K. Mishra, K.S. Ramasastri, and Ranvir Singh (2004),’Case study of Sonar and Bearma Sub-basins of Ken Basin for drought proofing analysis,’ Water and Energy Int. Journal, Central Board of Irrigation and Power (CBIP), Vol. 61, No. 4, pp. 14-26.
  26. Mishra, S.K., J.J. Sansalone, D.W. Glenn III, and V.P. Singh (2004),’PCN-based metal partitioning in urban snowmelt, rainfall-runoff, and river flow systems,’ J. American Water Resources Association (AWRA), Vol. 40, No. 5, 1315-1337.
  27. Bhunya, P.K., S.K. Mishra, C.S.P. Ojha, and Ronny Berndtsson (2004),’Parameter estimation of beta distribution for unit hydrograph derivation,’ J. Hydrologic Engg., ASCE, Volume 9, No. 4, pp. 325-332.
  28. Mishra, S.K., M.K. Jain, and V.P. Singh (2004),’Evaluation of the SCS-CN-based model incorporating antecedent moisture,’ J. Water Resources Management (WARM), No. 18, pp. 567-589.
  29. Bhunya, P.K., N.C. Ghosh, S.K. Mishra, Ronny Berndtsson, C.S.P. Ojha (2004),’Hybrid model for derivation of synthetic unit hydrograph,’ J. Hydrologic Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 10, No. 6, pp. 458-467.
  30. Mishra, S.K., M.K. Jain, R.P. Pandey, and V.P. Singh (2004),’Catchment area-based evaluation of the AMC-dependent SCS-CN-inspired rainfall-runoff models,’J. Hydrological Processes, Vol. 19, No. 14, pp 2701-2718.
  31. Mishra, S.K., K. Geetha, A.K. Rastogi, and R.P. Pandey (2005),’Long-term hydrologic simulation using storage and source area concepts,’ J. Hydrological Processes, Vol. 19, 14, pp 2845-2861. Agarwal, Avinash, R.D. Singh, S.K. Mishra, and P.K. Bhunya (2005),’ANN-based sediment yield models for Vamsadhara river basin (India),’ J. Water, SA., Vol. 31, No. 1.
  32. Mishra, S.K., M.K. Jain, P.K. Bhunya, V.P. Singh (2005),’Field applicability of the SCS-CN-inspired Mishra-Singh general model and its variants,’ J. Water Resources Management, Vol. 19, No. 3, pp. 37-62.
  33. Mishra, S. K., Jaivir Tyagi, Vijay P. Singh, Ranvir Singh, A.K. Rastogi (2005),’A study of the variants of Singh-Yu infiltration model,’ Water and Energy International Journal, Central Board of Irrigation and Power (CBIP), Vol. 62, No. 3, Jul.-Sept., pp. 11-27.
  34. Jain, M.K., S.K. Mishra, and V.P. Singh (2006),’Evaluation of AMC-dependent SCS-CN-based models using watershed characteristics,’ Water Resources Management, Vol. 20, No. 4, 531-555.
  35. Mishra, S.K., J.V. Tyagi, V.P. Singh, and R. Singh (2006),’SCS-CN-based modeling of sediment yield,’ J. Hydrology, 324, pp. 301-322.
  36. Mishra, S.K. and V.P. Singh (2006),’A relook at NEH-4 curve number data and antecedent moisture condition criteria,’ J. Hydrological processes, Vol. 20, pp. 2755-2768.
  37. Mishra, S.K., R.K. Sahu, T.I. Eldho, and M.K. Jain, (2006). “An improved Ia-S relation incorporating antecedent moisture in SCS-CN Methodology.” J. Water Resources Management, Vol. 20, No. 5, pp. 643-660.
  38. Jain, M.K., Mishra, S.K., Babu, P. Suresh, and Venugopal, K. (2006). On the Ia-S relation of the SCS-CN method. J. Nordic Hydrology, Vol. 37, No. 3, pp. 261-275.
  39. Jain, M.K.*, S.K. Mishra, P. Suresh Babu, K. Venugopal, and V.P. Singh (2006),’An enhanced runoff curve number model incorporating storm duration and non-linear Ia-S relation,’ J. Hydrologic Engrg, ASCE, Vol. 11, No. 6, pp. 631-635.
  40. Mishra, S.K., Sahu, R.K., Eldho, T.I., and Jain, M.K. (2006). ‘A generalized relation between initial abstraction and potential maximum retention in SCS-CN-based model,’ J. River Basin Management, IAHR, Vol. 4, Issue 4, pp. 245-253.
  41. Bhunya, P.K., R. Berndtsson, C.S.P. Ojha, S.K. Mishra (2006),’Suitability of Gamma, Chi -square, Weibull, and Beta distributions as synthetic unit hydrographs,’ J. Hydrology, Vol. 314, 28-38.
  42. Agarwal, A.*, S.K. Mishra, Sobha Ram, J.K. Singh (2006),’Simulation of runoff and sediment yield using Artificial Neural Network,’ J. Biosystem Engineering, 94(4), 597-613.
  43. Geetha, K., S.K. Mishra, T.I. Eldho*, A.K. Rastogi, R.P. Pandey (2007),’Modifications to SCS-CN method for long-term hydrologic simulation,’ J. Irrigation and Drainage Engrg., ASCE, Vol. 133, Issue 5, pp. 475-486, Sept./Oct.
  44. Singh, P.K., P.K. Bhunya, S.K. Mishra, U.C. Chaube (2007),’An extended hybrid model for synthetic unit hydrograph derivation,’ Hydrology, Vol. 336, Issues 3-4, pp. 347-360.
  45. Sahu, R.K., S.K. Mishra, T.I. Eldho*, M.K. Jain (2007),’An advanced soil moisture accounting procedure for SCS curve number method,’ J. Hydrological Processes, Volume 21, Issue 21, October, Pages: 2872-2881.
  46. Parhi, P.K.*, S.K. Mishra, and Ranvir Singh (2007),’A modification to Kostiakov and Modified Kostiakov infiltration models,’ J. Water Resources Management, Vol. 21, No. 11, Nov., pp. 1973-1989.
  47. Rai, R.K.*, M.K. Jain, S.K. Mishra, R.A. Rastogi, C.S.P. Ojha (2007),’Another look at Z-transform for deriving the unit impulse response function,’ J. Water Resources Management, Vol. 21, No. 11, DOI: 10.1007/s11269-006-9132-1.
  48. Geetha, K., S.K. Mishra, T.I.Eldho*, A.K. Rastogi, R.P. Pandey (2008),’SCS-CN-based continuous simulation model for hydrologic forecasting,’ J. Water Resources Management, Vol. 22, No. 2, Feb., pp. 165-190.
  49. Singh, P.K., P.K. Bhunya, S.K. Mishra, U.C. Chaube (2008),’A sediment graph model based on SCS-CN method,’ J. Hydrology, Vol. 349, pp. 244-255.
  50. Pandey R.P., K.D. Sharma, S.K. Mishra, Ranvir Singh and R.V. Galkate (2008),’Assessing streamflow drought severity using ephemeral streamflow data. Int. J. Ecological Economics & Statistics (IJEES). Vol.11, no. S08, pp 77-89.
  51. Bhunya, P.K., P.K. Singh, S.K. Mishra, and N. Panigrahy (2008),’A variable storage coefficient model for rainfall-runoff computation,’ Hydrological Sciences Journal, Vol. 53, No. 2, pp. 338-352.
  52. Tyagi, J.V., S.K. Mishra, Ranvir Singh, and V.P. Singh (2008),’SCS-CN based time-distributed sediment yield model,’ J. Hydrology, Elsevier Publications, 352, 388-403.
  53. Mishra, S.K., R.P. Pandey, M.K. Jain*, and V.P. Singh (2008),’A rain duration and modified AMC-dependent SCS-CN procedure for long duration rainfall-runoff events,’ J. Water Resources Management, Vol. 22, No. 7, July, pp. 861-876, DOI 10.1007/s11269-007-9196-6.
  54. Pandey*, R. P., B. B. Dash, S. K. Mishra, Ranvir Singh (2008),’Study of indices for drought characterization in KBK districts in Orissa (India),’ Hydrological Processes, Vol. 22, pp. 1895-1907.
  55. Pandey, R.P., S.K. Mishra, Ranvir Singh, and K.S. Ramasastri (2008),’Streamflow drought severity analysis of Betwa river system (India),’ J. Water Resources Management, Vol. 22, 10.1007/s11269-007-9216-6, pp. 1127-1141.
  56. Mishra, S.K., M.K. Jain, P. Suresh Babu*, K. Venugopal, S. Kaliappan (2008),’Comparison of AMC-dependent CN-conversion formulae,’ J. Water Resources Management, Vol. 22, pp. 1409-1420, DOI 10.1007/s11269-007-9233-5.
  57. Misra, D., Thomas Oommen, Avinash Agarwal, S.K. Mishra, A.M. Thompson (2009),’Application and analysis of support vector machine based simulation for runoff and sediment yield,’ J. Biosystems Engineering, Elsevier Pub., Vol. 103, 527-535.
  58. Bhunya*, P.K., P.K. Singh, and S.K. Mishra (2009),’Fréchet and Chi-square distributions combined with Horton order ratios to derive a synthetic unit hydrograph (SUH),’ Hydrological Sciences–Journal–des Sciences Hydrologiques, 54(2), pp. 274-286.
  59. Jain, M.K., S.K. Mishra, R.B. Shah (2009),’Identification of Sediment Source and Sink Areas in a Himalayan Watershed using GIS and Remote Sensing,’ J. Land Degradation & Development, 20: 1-17, DOI: 10.1002/ldr.952.
  60. Pandey, A.*, A. Mathur, S.K. Mishra, B.C. Mal (2009),’Soil erosion modeling in a Himalayan watershed using RS and GIS,’ Environmental Earth Sciences (Springer), 59(2): 399-410. DOI: 10.1007/s12665-009-0038-0.
  61. Parhi*, P.K., S.K. Mishra, Ranvir Singh (2009),’Derivation of water front advance time relationship for border irrigation using Laplace transforms,’ J. Water & Energy International, CBIP. (Accepted)
  62. Bhunya, P.K., S.K. Jain, P.K. Singh, and S.K. Mishra (2010),’ A simple conceptual model of sediment yield,’ J. Water Resources Management, DOI 10.1007/s11269-009-9520-4, WARM967R1.
  63. Sahu, R. K., S.K. Mishra, and T.I. Eldho* (2010),’ Comparative evaluation of SCS-CN-inspired models in applications to classified datasets,’ J. Agricultural Water Management, Vol. 97, Issue 5, pp. 749-756.
  64. Sahu, R. K., S.K. Mishra, and T.I. Eldho* (2010),’An improved AMC-coupled runoff curve number model,’ J. Hydrological Processes, Vol. 24, pp. 2834–2839.
  65. Singh, P. K., M. L. Gaur, S. K. Mishra and S. S. Rawat (2010),’An updated hydrological review on recent advancements in Soil Conservation Service-Curve Number technique,’ Journal of Water and Climate Change, IWA Publishing, 01.2, pp. 118-134.
  66. Narain, Satya, C.S.P. Ojha, S.K. Mishra, U.C. Chaube, P.K. Sharma (2011), ‘Cadmium and Chromium removal by aquatic plant,’ Int. J. Env. Sciences, Vol. 1, No. 6, pp. 1297-1304.
  67. Singh*, P.K., M.K. Jain, S.K. Mishra (2011),’Fitting a simplified two-parameter Gamma distribution function for synthetic sediment graph derivation from ungauged catchments,’ Arabian Journal of Geosciences, Springer, DOI: 10.1007/s12517-011-0473-6.
  68. Durbude, D., Jain, M.K. and Mishra, S.K. (2011). Long term Hydrological Simulation using an SCS-CN based Advanced Soil Moisture Accounting Procedure. J. Hydrological Process, Vol. 24, No. 4, pp. 561-579. (DOI: 10.1002/hyp.7789).
  69. Narain, Satya, A.K., Abede, U.C. Chaube, S.K. Mishra (2012),’Feasibility of solar energy in disinfection of water source for an Indian village- A case study,’ Int. J. Env. Sciences, Vol. 2, No. 4, pp. 2338-2345.
  70. Patil, P. R., S. K. Mishra, Nayan Sharma, and A. K. Swar (2012),’ Two-Parameter Gamma-Based SUH Derivation,’ Int. J. Environmental Sc. and Development, Vol. 3, No. 5, PP. 427-432.
  71. Suresh, Babu P. and S.K. Mishra (2012),‘Improved SCS-CN-Inspired model,’, J. Hydrologic Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 17, No. 11, pp. 1164-1172.
  72. Sahu, R. K., S.K. Mishra, and T.I. Eldho* (2012),’Improved storm duration- and AMC-coupled SCS-CN concept-based model,’ J. Hydrologic Engg., Vol. 17, No. 11, pp. 1173-1179.
  73. Jain, M.K., Durbude, D.G., S.K. Mishra (2012),’Improved CN-based long term hydrologic simulation model,’ J. Hydrologic Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 17, No. 11, pp. 1204-1220.
  74. Jena, S.K., K.N. Tiwari, Ashish Pandey, and S.K. Mishra (2012),’RS and Geographical Information System-based evaluation of distributed and composite curve number techniques,’ J. Hydrologic Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 17, No. 11, pp. 1278-1286.
  75. Mishra, S.K., A.K. Kansal, Nishant Aggarwal (2012),’Assessment of design runoff curve number for a watershed,’ J. Water Practice and Technology, IWA-9466, Vol. 7, No. 4, doi: 10.2166/wpt.2012.066.
  76. Chakraborty, S., S.K. Mishra, R.P. Pandey, U.C. Chaube (2013),’Long-term changes of irrigation water requirement in the context of climatic variability,’ ISH J. of Hydrologic Engineering, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09715010.2013.804696.
  77. Patil, P.R., S.K. Mishra, and N. Sharma (2013),’Prediction of DRH using simplified two-parameter gamma SUH,’ Int. J. Envt. Engrg. and Mangmnt, ISSN 2231-1319, Vol. 4, No. 4, pp. 369-376.
  78. Sarita Gajbhiye, S.K. Mishra, Ashish Pandey (2013),’Relationship between SCS-CN and Sediment Yield,’ Applied Water Science, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, Open Access Journal, pp. 1-6, DOI 10.1007/s13201-013-0152-8.
  79. Singh, P.K., M.K. Jain, S.K. Mishra (2013),’A review of Synthetic Unit Hydrograph: from the empirical UH to the advanced geomorphological methods,’ Hydrological Sciences Journal (IAHS). (Accepted)
  80. Gajbhiye, S. SK Mishra, Ashish Pandey (2013),’Effects of Seasonal/Monthly Variation on Runoff Curve Number for Selected Watersheds of Narmada Basin.,’ Int. J. of Env. Sciences, Vol. 3, Issue 6, pp. 2019-2030. ISSN 0976–4402.
  81. Mishra, S.K., S.S. Rawat, R.P. Pandey, S. Chakraborty, M.K. Jain, U.C. Chaube (2014),’Relation between runoff curve number and PET,’ J. Hydrologic Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 19, No. 2, pp. 355-365.
  82. Geetha, K., S. K. Mishra, T. I. Eldho, and Sangeeta Verma (2014),’A Modified SCS-CN based Model for Long Term Hydrologic Simulation,’ Int. J. Civil, Structural, Environmental and Infrastructure Engrg., Res. and Development. (IJCSEIERD), ISSN(P): 2249-6866; ISSN(E): 2249-7978, Vol. 4, Issue 2, Apr 2014, 29-44.
  83. Mishra, S.K., Anubhav Chaudhary, R.K. Shrestha, Ashish Pandey, R.P. Pandey, Mohan Lal (2014),’Experimental verification of the effect of slope and land use on SCS curve number,’ J. Water Resources Management, DOI 10.1007/s11269-014-0582-6.
  84. Palmate, S.S., A. Pandey, Dheeraj Kumar, R.P. Pandey, S.K. Mishra (2014),’Climate change impact on forest cover and vegetation in Betwa basin, India,’ Applied Water Science, Springer, Vol. 7, pp. 103-114. DOI: 10.1007/s13201-014-0222-6.
  85. Narain, Satya, S.K. Mishra, CSP Ojha, TW Biftu (2015),’SCS-CN-based simulation of pollutants removal’, J Civil & Environmental Engineering, 5:2, http://dx.doi.org/10.4172/ 2165-784X.1000168.
  86. Lal, Mohan, S.K. Mishra, Ashish Pandey (2015),’Physical verification of the effect of land features and antecedent moisture on runoff curve number,’ Catena, Elsevier, (Accepted).
  87. Singh, P.K., S.K. Mishra, Ronny Berndtsson, M.K. Jain, R.P. Pandey (2015), ‘Development of a modified SMA based MSCS-CN model for runoff estimation,’ J. Water Resources Management. (Accepted)
  88. Pandey, Ashish, S.K. Mishra, A.K. Gautam (2015),’Soil erosion modeling using satellite rainfall estimates,’ J. Water Res. and Hydraulic Engrg., Vol. 4 Iss. 4, PP. 318-325, Oct.
  89. Lal, Mohan, S.K. Mishra (2015),’Characterization of surface runoff, soil erosion, nutrient loss and their relationship for agricultural plots in India,’ J. Current World Environment, Vol. 10(2), 593-601.
  90. Chakraborty, S., Mishra, S.K., R.P. Pandey, U.C. Chaube (2015),’Relation between runoff curve number and irrigation water requirement,’ J. Agriculture Res., Springer, Volume 4, Issue 4, pp 378–387.
  91. Patil, P.R., S.K. Mishra, Nayan Sharma (2016),’Oscillation free altered duration UH derivation using nondimensional approach,’ Perspectives in Science, 8, 686-688.
  92. Patil, P.R., S.K. Mishra (2016),’Analytical approach for derivation of oscillation-free altered duration unit hydrographs,’ J. Hydorl. Eng., ASCE, Tech. Note, Vol. 21, Issue 11 (November). Online
  93. Pandey, Ashish, S.K. Himanshu, S.K. Mishra, V.P. Singh (2016),’Physically based soil erosion and sediment yield models revisited,’ Catena, 147, 595-620, DOI: 10.1016/j.catena.2016.08.002.
  94. Verma, Ravindra Kumar, Shankar Murthy, Sangeeta Verma, S.K. Mishra (2016),’ Design flow duration curves for environmental flows estimation in Damodar River Basin, India,” Appl Water Sci, DOI 10.1007/s13201-016-0486-0.
  95. Acharya, S., Pandey, A., Mishra, S.K. and Chaube, U.C. (2016). GIS Based Graphical User Interface for Irrigation Management. Water Science and Technology: Water Supply. 16 (6)1536-1551,DOI: 10.2166/ws.2016.081
  96. Lal, M., Mishra, S.K., Pandey, A., Pandey, R.P., Chaudhary, A., Jha, R.K., Paudel, B., Sah, S.P., Shreevastava, A.K. and Kumar, Y. (2017), “Evaluation of SCS–CN Methodology Using Data from Agricultural Plots,” Hydrogeology Journal. 25:(151–167),10.1007/s10040-016-1460-5.
  97. Verma, Sangeeta, S.K. Mishra, Anju Singh, Geetha Jayraj (2017),’A revisit to NRCS-CN-inspired models coupled with RS & GIS for runoff estimation,’ Hydrological Sc. Journal, Walling Ford UK (Accepted).
  98. Palmate, S.S., A. Pandey, S.K. Mishra (2017),’Modelling spatiotemporal land dynamics for a trans-boundary river basin using integrated Cellular Automata and Markov Chain approach,’ Applied Geography, Elsevier, 82:2017, pp. 11-23.
  99. Palmate, S. S., Pandey, A., Kumar, Dheeraj, Pandey, R. P. and Mishra, S.K. (2017). Climate change impact on forest cover and vegetation in Betwa Basin, India. Applied Water Science. 7(1):103-114, DOI: 10.1007/s13201-014-0222-6.
  100. Verma, Sangeeta, R. K. Verma, S. K. Mishra, A. Singh & G. K. JayarajA revisit of NRCS-CN inspired models coupled with RS and GIS for runoff estimation (2017),” Hydrological Sciences Journal, DOI: 10.1080/02626667.2017.1334166. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/ 02626667.2017. 1334166
  101. Verma, Sangeeta, Anju Singh, S.K. Mishra, P.K. Singh, Ravindra Verma (2017),’ Efficacy of slope-adjusted Curve number models with varying initial abstraction coefficient for runoff estimation”, Int. J. of Hydrology Science and Technology, Inderscience Pub. Ltd., Accepted.
  102. Verma, Sangeeta, P.K. Singh, S.K. Mishra, Sanjay K. Jain, R. Berndtsson, Anju Singh, Ravindra Verma (2018),’ Simplified SMA inspired 1-Parameter SCS-CN Method for Runoff Estimation,’ Arabian Journal of Geosciences, 11:420. https://doi.org/10.1007/ s12517-018-3736-7
  103. Kumar, Amrit, S.K. Mishra, R.P. Pandey (2017),’Tennant concept coupled with Standardized Precipitation Index for environmental flow prediction from rainfall,’ J. Hydrol. Eng. 23(2):05017031,
  104. Kumar, Amrit, S.K. Mishra, R.P. Pandey, M. Daradur (2018),’Relationship of drought frequency and severity with range of annual temperature variation,’ J. Natural Hazards, Springer, Vol. 92, No. 2, 199-1210, DOI 10.1007/s11069-018-3247-6.
  105. Kumar, Amrit, S.K. Mishra, R.P. Pandey (2018),”Characteristics of meteorological droughts in North-Western India,’ J. Natural Hazards, Springer, Manus. No., NHAZ-D-18-00328R2. (Accepted)
  106. Mishra, S.K. and Vijay P. Singh (2001), Closure by authors of the discussion on ‘Another look at the SCS-CN method,’ J. Hydrologic. Engrg., ASCE, Sept-Oct, 127(5), pp. 451-452.
  107. Bhunya, P.K., S.K. Mishra, and Ronny Berndtsson (2003),’Discussion on ‘Estimation of confidence interval for curve numbers,’ J. Hydrologic Engrg., ASCE, Vol. 8(4), 232-233.
  108. Bhunya, P.K., S.K. Mishra, and Ronny Berndtsson (2004), Closure to discussion of Claude Michel and S.K. Singh on ‘Simplified 2-P gamma distribution for derivation of SUH,’ by Bhunya et al. (2003), J. Hydrologic Engrg., ASCE,8, No. 4., pp. 232-234.
  109. Bhunya, P.K., S.K. Mishra, C.S.P. Ojha, and Ronny Berndtsson (2006), Closure to Discussion of S.K. Singh on ‘Parameter estimation of beta distribution for unit hydrograph derivation,’ J. Hydrologic Engrg., ASCE, Vol. 11, p. 196.
  110. Bhunya, P.K., N.C. Ghosh, S.K.Mishra, C.S.P. Ojha, and Ronny Berndtsson (2007), Closure to Discussion of S.K. Singh and R. Srivastava on ‘Hybrid model for derivation of synthetic unit hydrograph,’ J. Hydrologic Engrg., ASCE, Vol. 12, p. 546.
  111. Mishra, S.K., Ashish Pandey, and V.P. Singh (2012),’Special Issue on Soil Conservation Service Curve Number (SCS-CN) Methodology- Introduction,’ Hydrologic Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 17, No. 11, p. 1157.
  112. Patil, P. R. and S. K. Mishra (2018), Closure of Discussion on “Analytical Approach for Derivation of Oscillation-Free Altered Duration Unit Hydrographs” by Ali R. Vatankhah, Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, ASCE, 23(4):07018005, pp 1-4.

(B)       National Journals

  1. Mishra, S.K. and S.M. Seth (1990),’Rating curve establishment under shifting control’, Institution of Engineers (India), Vol. 71, No. (Hindi) 1, pp. 15-21.
  2. Mishra, S.K. and P.K. Garg (1994),’A guess on paleoflood magnitudes of River Narmada’, (Hindi Section), J. of Bhagirathi, India.
  3. Mishra S.K. and Rm. P. Nachiappan (1996),’Field investigations for paleoflood studies in River Narmada,’ J. Indian Association of Sedimentologists, Vol. 15, No. 2, pp. 155-164.
  4. Mishra, S.K. and V. Garg (1998),’An SCS-CN-based time distributed model,’ J. Hydrology, Indian Association of Hydrologists, Vol. XXI, No. 1-4, Jan.-Dec., pp.1-12.
  5. Mishra, S.K. (2004),’Long term hydrologic simulation using Soil Conservation Service Curve number technique (Hindi),’ J. Rajbhasha Bharati, Vol. 106, pp. 19-38.
  6. Mishra, S.K. and R.K. Nema (2005),’A comparative study of infiltration models,’ J. Rajbhasha Bharati (Hindi), Vol. 3 (July-Sept), pp. 25-47.
  7. Mishra, S.K., M.K. Jain, R.H. Hawkins, and V.P. Singh (2005),’Investigation of the SCS-CN-inspired general Mishra-Singh model,’ J. Indian Water Resources Society (IWRS), Vol. 25, No. 1, pp. 1-24.
  8. Sahu, R.K., S.K. Mishra, T.I. Eldho, M.K. Jain (2007),’Justification for expression of antecedent moisture in SCS-CN-based model,’ Sci-fronts, An Annual J. of Multiple Sciences, Vol. 1, pp. 18-29.
  9. Sahu, A.K., Ashish Pandey, S.K. Mishra (2007),’Determination of coefficient of discharge of sharp-crested weir and spillway under laboratory conditions,’ Sci-fronts, An Annual J. of Multiple Sciences, Vol. 1, pp. 59-63.
  10. Tignath, S., Medha Jha, S.K. Mishra, U.C. Chaube, A.K. Awasthi (2007),’On the efficacy of Jabalpur water supply systems,’ Sci-fronts, An Annual J. of Multiple Sciences, Vol. 1, pp. 141-144.
  11. Kanui, R.M., D. Khare, K.S. Singh, and S.K. Mishra (2007),’A comparative evaluation of three popular irrigation systems for tomato cropping in a semi-arid region of Kenya,’ Hydrology Journal, Indian Assoc. of Hydrologists (Roorkee), Vol. 30, No. 3-4 (July- Dec), pp. 117-125.
  12. Suresh P. Babu, S.K. Mishra, S. Kaliappan, K. Venugopal andd Sanjay Tignath (2008), “Determination of Runoff Curve Number: An Overview”; Sci-fronts:A Jour. of Multiple Sciences, II, Dec; Pp 1-12.
  13. Sharma, S.K., S. Tignath, and S.K. Mishra, (2008),’Morphometric analysis of drainage basin using GIS approach,’ Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwavidyalaya Reasearch Journal, Vol. 42(1), Jan., pp. 91-96.
  14. Sahu, R.K., S.K. Mishra, T.I. Eldho (2009),’Justification for expression of antecedent moisture in SCS-CN-based model,’ Sci-fronts, An Annual J. of Multiple Sciences, Vol. III(3), Dec., pp. 21-34.
  15. Bharti B, A. Pandey, BC Mal, RP Pandey, S.K. Mishra (2009),’Spatial distribution of soil loss using M-M-F model, remote sensing and GIS,’ Sci-fronts, An Annual J. of Multiple Sciences, Vol. III(3), Dec., pp. 35-46.
  16. Singh, P.K., S.K. Mishra, ML Gaur, SS Rawat (2009),’GIUH-based probability models for SUH derivation from ungauged catchments using SRTM data and ILWIS,’ Sci-fronts, An Annual J. of Multiple Sciences, Vol. III(3), Dec., pp. 57-68.
  17. Rawat, SS, PK Singh, S.K. Mishra, (2009),’Estimation of direct runoff hydrograph using two parameters inverse gamma distribution function employing Horton ratios,’ Sci-fronts, An Annual J. of Multiple Sciences, Vol. III(3), Dec., pp. 69-81.
  18. Suresh Babu, P., Mohammed Mortazavi, S.N. Venugopal K., and Mishra, S.K. (2011). “Genetic Algorithm in SCS-CN method”, Journal of Indian Water Resources Society (IWRS), Vol. 31, No. (1-2), 12-18.
  19. Sahu, R.K., S.K. Mishra, T.I. Eldho* (2011),’ Performance evaluation of modified versions of SCS curve number method for two watersheds of Maharashtra, India,’ J. Hydraulic Engineering, ISH. (Accepted)
  20. Chaudhary, Anubhav, S.K. Mishra, Ashish Pandey (2013),’ Experimental verification of the effect of slope on runoff and curve numbers, J. Indian Water Resources Society, Vol. 33, No. 1, pp. 40-46.
  21. Shreshtha, Raj Kaji, S.K. Mishra, Ashish Pandey (2013),’Curve number affected by slope of experimental plot having maize crop,’ J. Indian Water Resources Society, Vol. 33, No. 2, pp. 42-50.
  22. Singh, P.K., S.K. Mishra, and M.K. Jain (2013),’Suitability of distribution function based models for SUH derivation,’ Vol. 33(4), Oct., pp. 33-41.
  23. Jha, R.K., S.K. Mishra, Ashish Pandey (2014),’ Experimental verification of the effect of slope, soil, and AMC of a fallow land on runoff and curve number, J. Indian Water Resources Society, Vol. 34, No. 2, pp. 40-47.
  24. Mishra, S.K., P.K. Singh, and S.A. Siddiqui (2014),’SCS-CN Methodology: Recent research trends and advanced hydrological applications,’ J. Indian Water Resources Society, Vol. 34, No. 4, pp. 28-40.
  25. Vijaya Kumar P.G., S.K. Mishra, Ashish Pandey (2015),’Computation of dam break flood disaster risk index,’ J. J. Indian Water Resources Society, Vol. 35, No. 2, pp. 41-50.
  26. Shukla, A., S.K. Mishra, U.C. Chaube (2016),’Sensitivity analysis of storm water runoff management model,’ J. Indian Water Res. Soc., Vol. 36, No. 1, Jan.
  27. Pandey, Ashish, D. Lalrempuia, S.K. Jain, S.K. Mishra (2016),’Spatial technology and SWAT modelling approach for assessment of hydropower potential,’ THDC HYDRO-TECH, In House Journal, Vo. IV, Issue II, Oct. 2015-Sept. 2016, pp. 49-53.
  28. Lal, M., Mishra, S.K. and Pandey, A., Empirical evaluation of Soil Conservation Service Curve Number inspired sediment yield model. J. Soil Conservation India, 16 (2) (2017) 142-150.
  29. Patil, PR, SK Mishra, Sharad K. Jain, PK Singh (2018),’Simplified 2-PGD based smoothing of S-Curve derived UH,’ J. Indian Water resources Society, Vol. 38, No. 1, Jan.

 

(C)       International Conference

  1. Jain, M.K., S.K. Mishra, and S.M. Seth, (1996)’Hysteresis criteria for the applicability of CPC and CPMC Methods of Flood Routing,’ Int. Conf. on Disasters and Mitigation (INCODIM), Anna University, Madras (India), Jan.19‑22, B2.20-34.
  2. Jain, M.K., S.K. Mishra, S.K. Jain, S.M. Seth, and R.K. Nema (1997),’Integration of HEC-1 and GIS for modelling a Himalayan catchment in India,’ IX World Water Congress, Montreal, Canada, Sept. 1-6.
  3. Mishra, S.K., D.K. Srivastava, S.M. Seth, and N.K. Goel (1997),’Ramganga reservoir operation for flood control,’ Int. Symp. on Emerging Trends in Hydrolohy: Vol. 2, Dept. of Hydrology, University of Roorkee-247 667, India, Sept. 25-27.
  4. Mishra, S.K., N.K. Goel, S.M. Seth, and D.K. Srivastava (1998),’An SCS-CN-based long-term daily flow simulation model a hilly catchment,’ Int. Symp. ‘Hydrology of Ungauged Streams in Hilly Regions for Small Hydro Power Development,’ Mar. 9-10, New Delhi, India.
  5. Singh, R.D, S.K. Mishra, and H. Chowdhary (1998),’Regional flow duration models for planning small hydro power projects in ungauged Himalayan catchments,’ Int. Symp. ‘Hydrology of Ungauged Streams in Hilly Regions for Small Hydro Power Development,’ March 9-10, New Delhi, India.
  6. Mishra, S.K., R.D. Singh, and R.K. Nema (1998),’A modified SCS-CN method for watershed modeling,’ Proc., Int. Conf. on Watershed Management and Conservation, Central Board of Irrigation and Power, New Delhi, India, Dec. 8-10.
  7. Singh, R.D., S.K. Mishra, and H. Chowdhary (1998),’GIUH-based flood prediction for watershed management,’ Proc., Int. Conf. on Watershed Management and Conservation, Central Board of Irrigation and Power, New Delhi, India, Dec. 8-10.
  8. Mishra, S.K. and V.P. Singh (1999),’Behaviour of SCS-CN method in C-Ia*-l spectrum,’ Proc., “Hydrologic Modeling”, Int. Conf. on Water, Environment, Ecology, Socio-economics, and Health Engineering, Seol Nat. Uni., Korea, Oct. 18-21, pp. 112-117.
  9. Mishra, S.K., S.K. Jain, M.K. Sharma, and V.P. Singh (1999),’Derivation of CN for existing and modified SCS-CN methods,’ Reg. Semi. on Conflict Management of International River Basins,Bangladesh Uni. of Engrg.&Tech., Dhaka, Bangladesh, Dec.7-9.
  10. Sansalone, J.J., S.K. Mishra, and V.P. Singh (2001),’The role of anthropogenic hydrology on the transport, partitioning and solid-phase distribution of heavy metals in urban storm water-Implications for in-situ treatment,’ Water Environment Federation Conference, Atlanta, October, Vol. 16, pp. 786-802.
  11. Glenn III, D.W., T. Tribouillard, S.K. Mishra, V.P. Singh, and J.J. Sansalone (2001),’Pollutant mass and physical particulate pollution as a function of particle size and traffic for urban snow,’ Water Environment Federation Conference, Atlanta, October.
  12. Bhunya, P.K., S.K. Mishra, C.S.P. Ojha, and Ronny Berndtsson (2002),’On the estimation of confidence interval for runoff curve numbers,’ Int. Conf. on Hydrology and Watershed Management,’ Centre for Water Resources, Institute of Post-Graduate Studies and Research, Jawahar Lal Nehru Technical University, Hyderabad, Dec. 18-20.
  13. Pandey, R.P., S.K. Mishra, K. S. Ramasastri, and Ranvir Singh (2002),’Drought severity analysis using ephemeral stream flow data,’ Int. Conf. on Hydrology and Water Resources Management (ICHWAM-2002), Centre for Water Resources Jawaharlal Nehru Technical University, December18-20, Hyderabad, B.S. Publications, Hyderabad, Vol. 1, pp. 468-480.
  14. Pandey, R. P., P.K. Garg, S.K. Mishra, and K.S.Ramasastri (2002),’An investigation of hydrological drought in Bundelkhand region in India,’Analysis and Practice in Water Resources Engineering for Disaster Mitigation, Int. Conf. on Water Related Disaster (ICWRD-2002), December 5-6, Kolkata. New Age International (P) Limited, Vol. 1, pp. 121-126.
  15. Mishra, S.K., V.P. Singh, and J.J. Sansalone (2002),’Integration of SCS-CN and universal soil loss equations for determination of sediment yield,’ Int. Conf., Water Resources Management in Arid Regions, Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research (KISR), Kuwait, March 23-27.
  16. Bhunya, P.K., S.K. Mishra, and V.P. Singh (2002),’Regional analysis using AM and POT floods of River Brhmapura (India),’ Int. Conf., Water Resources Management in Arid Regions, Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research, Kuwait, March 23-27.
  17. Pandey, R.P., S.K. Mishra, K.S. Ramasastri, R. Singh, and V.P. Singh (2002),’Drought tendencies in North-Western regions of India,’ Int. Conf., Water Resources Management in Arid Regions, Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research, Kuwait, March 23-27.
  18. Mishra, S.K., Geetha K. Jayaraj, A.K. Rastogi (2003),’Determination of Peak Discharge from Storm Rainfall and Watershed Characteristics,’ Int. Conf. on Water and Environment: Planning,Development, Utilization, Conservation, and Management (Integrated Engineering, Scientific, Technological, and Socio-Economic Approaches), WE 2003, Regional Research Laboratory (Council of Scientific and Industrial Research), Bhopal, M.P., India, Dec. 15–18.
  19. Mishra, S.K., M.K. Jain, A.K. Rastogi, H. Hawkins, and V.P. Singh (2003),’Comparison of the existing and modified SCS-CN methods,’ Int. Conf. on Water and Environment: Planning, Development, Utilization, Conservation, and Management (Integrated Engineering, Scientific, Technological, and Socio-Economic Approaches), WE 2003, Regional Research Laboratory (Council of Scientific and Industrial Research), Bhopal, M.P., India, Dec. 15–18.
  20. Rastogi, A.K. and S.K. Mishra (2003),’Ground Water Systems Planning and Management,’ Int. Conf. on Water and Environment: Planning, Development, Utilization, Conservation, and Management (Integrated Engineering, Scientific, Technological, and Socio-Economic Approaches), WE 2003, Regional Research Laboratory (Council of Scientific and Industrial Research), Bhopal, M.P., India, Dec. 15–18.
  21. Bhunya, P.K., Ronny Berndtsson, C.S.P. Ojha, S.K. Mishra, and R.D. Singh (2003), ’Development of a non-dimensional return period flood model using large data,’ Int. Conf. on Water and Environment: Planning, Development, Utilization, Conservation, and Management (Integrated Engineering, Scientific, Technological, and Socio-Economic Approaches), WE 2003, Regional Research Laboratory (Council of Scientific and Industrial Research), Bhopal, M.P., India, Dec. 15–18, 2003.
  22. Bhunya, P.K., S.K. Mishra, A.K. Lohani, R.D. Singh, and Ronny Berndtsson (2003),’SUH derivation from simplified Gamma distribution,’ Int. Conf. on Water and Environment: Planning, Development, Utilization, Conservation, and Management (Integrated Engineering, Scientific, Technological, and Socio-Economic Approaches), WE 2003, Regional Research Laboratory (Council of Scientific and Industrial Research), Bhopal, M.P., India, Dec. 15–18, 2003.
  23. Pandey, R.P., S.K. Mishra, U.C. Chaube (2004)’Drought severity analysis of Betwa river system (India)’ Conf. on Hydrological Perspectives for Sustainable Development, HYPESD-2005, Dept. of Hydrology, IIT, Roorkee, India, Feb. 23-25.
  24. Tignath, S., U.C. Chaube, S.K. Mishra, A.K. Awasthi (2004),’On the formation and reclamation of a badland in Central India,’ Int. Conf. Proceeding, ICON-HERR04, Dept. of Civil Engineering, I.I.T. Roorkee, India, Oct. 26-28,  I, 215-228 pp.
  25. Chaube, Umesh C., S.K. Mishra, Rajeev Chaube (2004),’Interstate water disputes and cooperation,’ Int. Conf., ICON-HERR04, Dept. of Civil Engineering, I.I.T. Roorkee, India, Oct. 26-28.
  26. Pandey, R.P., S.K. Mishra, U.C. Chaube (2004),’Drought severity analysis of Betwa river system (India),’ IASTED Int. Conf. on Environmental Modelling and Simulation (EMS 2004), St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, USA, Nov. 22 – 24.
  27. Mishra, S.K., A.K. Rastogi, and V.P. Singh (2004),’An empirical relation between event peak discharge and average discharge,’ Int. Conf. on Advanced Modeling Techniques for Sustainable Management of Water Resources, National Institute of Technology, Warangal, INDIA, Jan. 28-30.
  28. Tignath, S., U.C. Chaube, S.K. Mishra, A.K. Awasthi (2005),’Systems approach to socio-economic and ecological management of a small badland in Narmada valley (India),’ Conf. Proceeding on Hydrological Perspectives for Sustainable Development, HYPESD-2005, Dept. of Hydrology, IIT, Roorkee, India, Feb. 23-25, Vol. I, 485-496.
  29. Mishra, S.K., R.K. Sahu, T.I. Eldho, M.K. Jain (2005),’An improved rainfall-runoff model based on SCS-CN methodology,’ HYPESD-2005, Dept. of Hydrology, IIT, Roorkee, India, 23-25, Vol. I, pp. 396-403.
  30. Mishra, S.K., R.P. Pandey, M.K. Jain, Ranvir Singh (2005),’Derivation of AMC- and storm duration-dependent curve numbers from daily rainfall-runoff data,’ Int. Conf. on Hydrological Perspectives for Sustainable Development, HYPESD-2005, Dept. of Hydrology, IIT, Roorkee, India, 23-25.
  31. Sahu, R.K., S.K. Mishra, T.I. Eldho and M.K. Jain (2005),’An SCS-CN-Based
    Model Incorporating Direct Use of Antecedent Rainfall in Runoff Equation”. Proc. the XXXI IAHR (International Association of Hydraulic Engineering and Research) Congress on ‘Water Engineering for the Future-Choices and Challenges’ held at Convention and Exhibition Centre (COEX), Seoul, Korea on 11th-16th Sept., pp. 3727-3736.
  32. Pandey, R. P., P.T. Devikar, V. K. Pandey, S.K.Mishra (2005),’Assessment of drought severity for different time scale using standardized precipitation index,’ Int. Symp. On Recent Advances in Water Resources Development and Management (RAWRDM-05), Dept. of Water Resources Development and Management, IIT Roorkee, UA, India, Nov. 23-25, pp. 365-374.
  33. Kumar, P., U.C. Chaube, S.K. Mishra (2005),’Model estimation of moisture retention and transmission characteristics of soils in mountainous Satluj valley, India,’ Int. Symp. On Recent Advances in Water Resources Development and Management (RAWRDM-05), Dept. of Water Resources Development and Management, IIT Roorkee, UA, India, Nov. 23-25, pp.399-418.
  34. Tignath, S., Medha Jha, S.K. Mishra, U.C. Chaube, and A.K. Awasthi (2005),’ A revisit to Jabalpur wetlands,’ Int. Symp. On Recent Advances in Water Resources Development and Management (RAWRDM-05), Dept. of Water Resources Development and Management, IIT Roorkee, UA, India, Nov. 23-25, pp. 735-750.
  35. Geetha, K., S.K. Mishra, A.K. Rastogi, T.I. Eldho (2005),’Identification of dominant runoff generation processes using the modified SCS-CN concept,’ Symp. On Recent Advances in Water Resources Development and Management (RAWRDM-05), Dept. of Water Resources Development and Management, IIT Roorkee, UA, India, Nov. 23-25, pp. 477-491.
  36. Sahu, R.K., S.K. Mishra, T.I. Eldho, and M.K. Jain (2005),’A modification to the initial abstraction in the existing SCS-CN methodology incorporating storm duration and antecedent rainfall,’ Int. Symp. On Recent Advances in Water Resources Development and Management (RAWRDM-05), Dept. of Water Resources Development and Management, IIT Roorkee, UA, India, Nov. 23-25, pp. 697-704.
  37. Jain, M.K., D.H. Shanti, and S.K. Mishra (2005),’Simulation of runoff hydrograph using time variable isochrone technique incorporating catchment storage,’ Int. Symp. On Recent Advances in Water Resources Development and Management (RAWRDM-05), Dept. of Water Resources Development and Management, IIT Roorkee, UA, India, Nov. 23-25, pp. 437-447.
  38. Pandey, R.P., R.K. Rai, M.K. Jain, S.K. Mishra, and B.P. Parida (2005),’Stochastic modelling of hydrological drought,’ Int. Symp. On Recent Advances in Water Resources Development and Management (RAWRDM-05), Dept. of Water Resources Development and Management, IIT Roorkee, UA, India, Nov. 23-25, pp. 322-335.
  39. Sahu, R.K., S.K. Mishra, T.I. Eldho, and M.K. Jain (2006). “An empirical relation between antecedent moisture and antecedent rainfall for use in SCS-CN-based rainfall-runoff model.” Proc., 15th Congress of Asia and Pacific Division of IAHR and International Symposium on “Maritime Hydraulics” held at IIT Madras, Chennai, India, Vol. I, pp. 521-526, August 7-10.
  40. Oommen T., D. Misra, A. Agarwal, and S.K. Mishra (2006),’Simulation of runoff and sediment yield using support vector machines,’ Paper No. H31E-1470, Proc., Fall Meeting of American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA, USA, December 11-15.
  41. Sahu, R.K., Mishra, S.K., Eldho*, T.I., and Jain, M.K. (2006), ‘Evaluation of recent SCS-CN-based model incorporating hydrologically sound soil moisture accounting procedure.” Accepted for presentation in “An International Perspective on Environmental and Water Resources” organized by the Environmental and Water Resources Institute (EWRI), ASCE and IIT Kanpur, New Delhi, India, December 18-20.
  42. Geetha, K., S.K. Mishra, T.I. Eldho#, A.K. Rastogi, R.P. Pandey (2006),’Development of SCS-CN-based modified model for hydrologic forecasting,’ Perspective on Environmental and Water Resources, organized by the Environmental and Water Resources Institute (EWRI), ASCE and IIT Kanpur, New Delhi, India, December 18-20.
  43. Binh, Le Thanh, S.K. Mishra, U.C. Chaube, R.P. Pandey (2007),’An SCS-CN-based long-term daily flow simulation model for Be River catchment, Vietnam,’ Proc. of Seventh Int. Conf. on Hydroscience and Engineering, Philadelphia, PA, ISBN 0977447405, , 2006.
  44. Sahu, R.K., S.K. Mishra, T.I. Eldho, and M.K. Jain (2007). “Generalization of Relationship between antecedent moisture and antecedent rainfall for SCS-CN-based rainfall-runoff model.” Sixth Int. R&D Conference, CBIP, Lucknow, India, 13th-16th
  45. Oommen, Thomas, Debasmita Misra, Avinash Agarwal, S.K. Mishra (2007),’Analysis and Application of Support Vector Machine Based Simulation for Runoff and Sediment Yield,’ Annual Int. ASABE Meeting, Am. Soc. of Agri. & Biol. Engrs., Paper Number: 073019, Minneapolis, Minnesota, June 17 – 20.
  46. Singh, P.K., Mishra, S.K., Jain, M.K., Bhunya, P.K. (2008),’A Review on Synthetic Unit Hydrograph Methods,’ EGU General Assembly 2008, Assembly of the European Geophysical Union, EGU, Vienna, Austria, April 13-15.
  47. Thakural L.N., Sanjay K. Jain*, S.K. Mishra (2008),’Integrated approach for irrigation scheduling in a command area,’ Int. Conf., Sustainable Irrigation Management, Technologies and Policies, Wessex Institute of Technology, UK University of Alicante (UA), Spain, Institute for Water and Environmental Sciences (IWES), UA, Spain & WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment, 11 – 13 June.
  48. Babu, S., S.K. Mishra, V.P. Singh (2009),’A state-of-the-art of the SCS-CN methodology,’ Key Note Pap., Int. Conf., Water, Environment, Energy, and Society (WEES)-2009, National Institute of Hydrology, Roorkee (UA), India, Jan. 12-16, pp. 223-239.
  49. Thakural* L.N., Sanjay K., S. Singh, Rakesh K., Sanjay K. Jain, S.K. Mishra (2009),’Estimation of water balance components in the Dhasan river basin,’ 7th R&D Conf., Development and Management of Water & Energy Resources, Feb. 04-06, Bhubneshwar, India.
  50. Singh*, P.K., U.C Chaube, S.K. Mishra, M.L. Gaur, S.S. Rawat (2010),”GIUH based probability models for flood prediction from ungauged basins using remote sensing and GIS,” Int. Symp., Remote Sensing and Hydrology, ICRS, IAHS and Utah State University, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Sept. 27-30.
  51. Singh*, P.K., S.K. Mishra, C.S.P. Ojha, M.L. Gaur, M.K. Jain, S. Mukherjee (2011),” A comparative study of probability models for SUH derivation from un-gauged catchment using ILWIS GIS and SRTM data,” Conf. on “Sustainable Water Resources Management and Climate Change Adaptation (SWRMCCA), Nat. Inst. of Tech., Durgapur, WB, India, Feb. 17 – 19.
  52. Singh, P.K., S. Mukherjee, M.L. Gaur, S.K. Mishra (2011),”Roof Top Rain Water Harvesting (RTRWH) Technology: Needs and Societal Impacts,” Conf. on “Sustainable Water Resources Management and Climate Change Adaptation (SWRMCCA), Nat. Inst. of Tech., Durgapur, WB, India, Feb. 17 – 19.

53.  Mishra, S.K. and A.K. Kansal (2011),’Assessment of design runoff curve number for Maithan watershed (India), First EIT Int. Conf., Water resources Engineering, EITWRE2011, The Engineering Institute of Thailand (EIT) and King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT), Bangkok, Thailand, Aug. 18-19.

  1. Narain, Satya, C.S.P. Ojha, S.K. Mishra (2011),’Removal efficiency of Cadmium and Chromium by aquatic plants’, 13th Int. Conf. Academy of Physical Sciences, Uni. Petroleum and Energy Studies, Deharadun (India), June 14-16.

55.  Chakraborty, Shiulee, R.P. Pandey, U.C. Chaube, S.K. Mishra (2011),’Spatial and temporal analysis of rainfall trends and variability in Chhattisgarh State, India,’ 3rd Int Conf. on Climate Change, Forest Resource and Environment (ICCFRE-2011) and 6th Nat. Env. Cong., Dept. of Env. Sc., Uni. of Kerala, Kariavattom, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, December 09-11.

  1. Narain, S., C.S.P. Ojha, K. Mishra, U.C. Chaube (2012),’Pollutant removal from domestic wastewater with water hyacinth and chest nut planted in a subsurface flow system’, Int. Conf., Energy, Water, Wastes Nexus for Environment Management, Chaudhary Devi Lal Uni. Sirsa, Haryana (India), NAROSA Pub. ISBN- 978-81-8487-206-4, pp-87-94.
  2. Mishra, S.K., A.K. Kansal, Nishant Aggarwal (2012),’Assessment of design runoff curve number for a watershed (India),’ Poster presentation, Singapore Int. Water Week: Water Convention, Sponsor: Singapore International Water Week Pte Ltd. and Experia Events Pte Ltd., Singapore, July, 01-05.
  3. Patil, P.R., S.K. Mishra, Nayan Sharma, A.K. Swar (2012),’Two-Parameter Gamma-Based SUH Derivation,’ 4th J. Conf. on Environmental Science and Development (JCESD 2012), Bangkok, Thailand, Paper ID:CD0074, 24-25, November.
  4. Patil, P.R., S.K. Mishra, Nayan Sharma, D. Das, Aman Sharma (2013),’Two-Parameter Gamma-Based SUH Derivation for design flood estimation,’ Int. Sem., Hydro Power and Sustainable Development, February, 21-22, Bhubaneshwar, pp. 124-133.
  5. Gajbhiye, S., S.K. Mishra, A. Pandey (2013),’A procedure for determination of design runoff curve number for Bamhani Watershed,’ Int. Conf., Advances in Technology and Engineering (ICATE)”, IEEE, Mumbai, Jan. 23-25, 978-1-4673-5618-3, INSPEC Accession No. 13539711, Digital Object Identifier: 1109/ICAdTE.2013. 6524755.
  6. Lal, Mohan, S.K. Mishra, Ashish Pandey (2015),'”Curve number derivation for experimental plots of different slopes, hydrologic soil groups and land uses”, Int. Conf., Hydraulics, Water Resources and River Engineering, Hydro 2015 International, Paper No. HYD-034, Dept. of Civil Engg., IIT Roorkee, December, 17-19.
  7. Mishra, S. K., V.P. Singh, P.K. Singh (2016). Revisiting the Soil Conservation Service Curve Number Method.  Full length paper presented at ICWEES-2016 International Conference on Water Environment, Energy & Society-2016 (Organized By Texas A & M University, USA & AISECT University, Bhopal, India): March 15 – 18, 2016 at Bhopal.
  8. Patil, P. R., S. K. Mishra, Nayan Sharma and V. P. Singh (2017),’”Nondimensional UH-Based Smoothing of S-Curve-Derived UH Oscillations,” Full length paper presented at ICWEES-2016 International Conference on Water Environment, Energy & Society-2016 (Organized By Texas A & M University, USA & AISECT University, Bhopal, India): March 15 – 18, 2016 at Bhopal.
  9. Kumar, Amrit and S.K. Mishra (2017),’ Prediction of Environmental Flow Condition Using the Standardized Precipitation Index in Mahanadi Basin, Int. Conf., World Environmental and Water Resources Congress-2017, (May 21–25), ASCE, Sacramento, California, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1061/9780784480601.026, Pub. online: May 18, 2017.

(D) National Seminars/Symposia

  1. Mishra, S.K. and S.M Seth (1990),’Simulation of flood events by three parameter Muskingum method’, National Symposium, CWPRS, Pune, June 5‑6.
  2. Mishra, S.K. (1993),’Paleoflood reconstruction and its importance in design decision for major water resource projects’, National Seminar on Hydrological Hazards‑Prevention & Mitigation, Roorkee (INDIA), March 17‑18.
  3. Mishra, S.K. and S.M. Seth (1995),’Rainfall-runoff modeling by kinematic wave approach,’ Proc. 7th Symp. on Hydrology of Arid and Semi-arid Regions, Jaipur (India), Oct. 5-7.
  4. Mishra, S.K., S.M. Seth and R. Agarwal (1995),’ Sensitivity analysis of NWS DAMBRK model,’Proc. 7th Symp. on Hydrology of Arid and Semi-arid Regions, Jaipur (India), Oct. 5-7.
  5. Mishra S.K., S.M. Seth, and A.K. Dwivedi (1996),’Shallow waves in Chezy’s and Manning’s perspectives,’ HYDRO96, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India, Dec. 11-13.
  6. Mishra, S.K., S. Sah, N. Sharma, and S.M. Seth (1996),’Defining flood wave propagation characteristics using hysteresis of rating curves,’ HYDRO96, Dec. 11-13, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India.
  7. Mishra, S.K. and A.K. Dwivedi (1998),’Determination of curve numbers for a watershed,’9th Symp. on Hydrology, Indian National Committee on Hydrology (INCOH), Amritsar, India, Nov. 26-27.
  8. Mishra, S.K. (1999),’Contributions of Dr. A.B. Palaniappan: A memoir,’ Nat. Workshop on Hydrologic and Hydraulic Routing in Alluvial Streams, NWHHRAS-99, Indian Association of Hydrologists, Roorkee, Nov. 26-27.
  9. Mishra, S.K. and S.M. Seth (1999),’Hydrological aspects of dam safety’, Proc. Workshop on ‘Dam Safety’, Central Board of Irrig. and Power, Burdwan, West Bengal, March 15-17.
  10. Mishra, S.K. (1999),’A short note on the SCS-CN method,’ Nat. Workshop on Hydrologic and Hydraulic Routing in Alluvial Streams, NWHHRAS-99, Indian Association of Hydrologists, Roorkee, Nov. 26-27.
  11. Mishra, S.K. (2001),’Long-term hydrologic simulation using SCS-CN method,’ Proc. 9th National Water Convention, Nat. Water Development Agency, Bangalore, Nov. 3-5.
  12. Tyagi, J.V., S.K. Mishra, and R.K. Nema (2003),’Comparison of infiltration models,’ Nat. Hindi Seminar, National Institute of Hydrology, Roorkee, Dec. 16-17.
  13. Mishra, S.K., P.K. Agarwal, and R.K. Nema (2003),’Long-term hydrologic simulation using SCS-CN method,’ Nat. Hindi Sem., National Institute of Hydrology, Roorkee, Dec. 16-17.
  14. Pandey, R.P., S.K. Mishra, M.K. Jain, Ranvir Singh, and K.S. Ramasastri, (2004). Assessment of low flow and stream flow drought severity in Ken Basin. 11th National Symposium on Hydrology with focal theme on water quality, National Institute of Hydrology, Roorkee, pp 59-69, Nov. 22-23.
  15. Pandey, R.P. and S.K. Mishra (2004),’Water conservation techniques,’ Nat. Hindi Workshop On House Building and Water Conservation, Central Building Research Institute (CBRI), Roorkee, Sept. 23-24.
  16. Tignath, S., Medha Jha, S.K. Mishra, U.C. Chaube (2005),’Water quality of small Jabalpur lakes: A case study,’ Nat. Symp. HARUL-2005, National Institute of Hydrology, Roorkee, 20-22.
  17. Sahu, R.K., Eldho, T.I., and Mishra, S.K. (2006),’Lumped versus distributed rainfall-runoff models: an overview,’ , HYDRO-2006 by ISH, Pune, pp. 221-229.
  18. Singh, R., R.P. Pandey, S.K. Mishra (2007),’Study on assessment of stream flow drought in the Ken basin,’ , National Conference on Hydraulics &Water Resources (HYDRO-2007), Dec 21-22, SVNIT, Surat, Gujarat, pp-161-171.
  19. Tignath, S., Medha Jha, S.K. Mishra, U.C. Chaube, and B.N. Singh (2008),’Lost lands of Kalchuri kingdom: Badlands of Tewar-Bheraghat Tract Jabalpur, M.P.,’ Proc., 22nd Conv. on Environmental Engineering.
  20. Kumar Pradeep, U.C. Chaube, S.K. Mishra (2009),’Environmental flow assessment (EFA) for a run-of-the-river hydropower project,’ Nat. Sem. On Recent Advances in Hydrology for Water Resources Development and Management, Faculty of Tech. and Engrg., M.S. University of Baroda, Jan. 21-22.
  21. Singh*, P.K., S.K. Mishra, M.K. Jain, and S.S. Rawat (2010),”Usefulness of Geospatial tools coupled with parametric expressions of density functions for flood estimation from ungauged catchments,’ Nat. Conf. on Climate Change: Coastal Ecosystems with Special Session on Planatery Geomatics (Geomatics-2010), Space Application Centre, Ahmedabad, India, Feb. 04-06.
  22. Narain, Satya, K. Mishra, C.S.P. Ojha (2011),’Pollutant removal potential by Aquatic Plants.” Nat. Sem., Globalization, Development and Environment, D.D.U. Degree College Sahajanwa, Gorakhpur (U.P.) India, March 26-27.
  23. Narain Satya, P.K. Pandey, S.K. Mishra (2011),’Wastewater treatment using some aquatic macrophytes and management strategies’, Sem., Rural Development and MNREGA, D.D.U. Degree College Sahajanwa, Gorakhpur (U.P.) India, Nov. 26-27.
  24. Mishra, S.K., P.K. Singh, and P.K. Agarwal (2011),’Applications of curve number in surface water management,’ Key Note Paper, 4th Water Convention-2011, Use of Advanced Technologies in Water Resources Management (Hindi), National Institute of Hydrology Roorkee (UK), India, Dec. 16-17.
  25. Mishra, S.K., A. Kansal, Mayank Aggrawal, and P.K. Agarwal (2011),’Assessment of design runoff curve number for a watershed,’ Tech. Paper, 4th Water Convention-2011, Use of Advanced Technologies in Water Resources Management (Hindi), National Institute of Hydrology Roorkee (UK), India, Dec. 16-17.
  26. Mishra, S. K. and P.K. Singh (2013),” Advancements in SCS-CN Method,”Proc., All India Sem. on Conservation & Protection of Underground Water (CPUW),  Inst. of Engrs. (India), Civil Engrg. Div. Board, Uttarakhand State Centre, Dehradun-248171, pp. 38-69, Sept. 20-21.
  27. Mishra, S.K., P.K. Agarwal, Ashish Pandey, Mohan Lal, R.P. Pandey (2015),’Evaluation of SCS-CN methodology using the data collected from agricultural plots,’ 5th National Water Conf., National Institute of Hydrology, Roorkee, Nov. 19-20.