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Partial Duration Analyses For Prospective Global Agro-hydrology And Flood Management | 23892
ISSN: 2157-7587

Hydrology: Current Research
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Partial duration analyses for prospective global agro-hydrology and flood management

3rd International Conference on Hydrology & Meteorology

R C Yadav

Accepted Abstracts: Hydrol Current Res

DOI: 10.4172/2157-7587.S1.015

In the present study a new concept of analyses of partial duration series was carried out on isolations and their trend of decays patternized to predict annual total and sequential distribution of the daily rainfall events. From the long term rainfall plot with year these cycles were isolated and a decay coefficient determined for exponential decay functions of hydrologic process viz decay of flood peak, antecedent moisture and yearly rainfall amounts that operate in a relation, Pn= P0 Kt with Pn being rainfall for the year under prediction, mm; P0 initial rainfall, mm and t the number of year after the initial year of the maximum rainfall in the partial duration series. The unified and optimized value K was 0.92. Once the yearly rainfall total is determined, the sequential initial observations help identify the sequential distribution of rainfall events in the entire rainy season. Further, conjunctive use of this new technology with an advanced agricultural technology (alive, smart and enthusiastic) racy nature innovated by the author enabled to simulate rainfall situation by application of sprinkler irrigation for water management in pattern of rainfall events to accomplish green water supplementation to crops. Thus, utility of this partial duration series is enhanced in managing extreme drought condition for successful harvest. New cropping pattern is devised to escape devastating effects of floods ravages in the river riparian areas. Thus, the partial duration series analyses and racy nature technology enable prospective management of global hydrology for bringing sustainable food production, creating biodiversity and reducing agony of flood zones of riparian areas adversely affected by global warming and climate change.
R C Yadav completed his PhD from Indian Institute of Technology Bombay in Water Resources Engineering after 27 years of professional experience post MTech from Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur. He worked as Principal Scientist and Head of Soil and Water Conservation Research Centre, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India. In the later years he undertook assignments as Professor in various Indian and Foreign Universities. He has acquired expertise in water and environment interaction maneuver for managing water resources, food, nutrition and environment conservation. He acquired academic excellence in innovative researches and received several awards including famous Thomas Edison 2014 Award for knowledge distribution among the young research scholars in Civil Engineering.