Dr. Madan Kumar Jha
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Groundwater management and development by integrated remote sensing and geographic information systems: prospects and constraints
MK Jha, A Chowdhury, VM Chowdary, S Peiffer
Water Resources Management 21 (2), 427-467, 2007
Assessment of groundwater potential in a semi-arid region of India using remote sensing, GIS and MCDM techniques
D Machiwal, MK Jha, BC Mal
Water Resources Management 25 (5), 1359-1386, 2011
Delineation of groundwater recharge zones and identification of artificial recharge sites in West Medinipur district, West Bengal using RS, GIS and MCDM techniques
A Chowdhury, MK Jha, VM Chowdary
Environmental Earth Sciences 59 (6), 1209-1222, 2010
Integrated remote sensing and GIS‐based approach for assessing groundwater potential in West Medinipur district, West Bengal, India
A Chowdhury, MK Jha, VM Chowdary, BC Mal
International Journal of Remote Sensing 30 (1), 231-250, 2009
Groundwater assessment in Salboni Block, West Bengal (India) using remote sensing, geographical information system and multi-criteria decision analysis techniques
MK Jha, VM Chowdary, A Chowdhury
Hydrogeology Journal 18 (7), 1713-1728, 2010
Hydrologic Time Series Analysis: Theory and Practice
D Machiwal, MK Jha
Springer, 2012
Identifying sources of groundwater contamination in a hard-rock aquifer system using multivariate statistical analyses and GIS-based geostatistical modeling techniques
D Machiwal, MK Jha
Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies 4, 80-110, 2015
Artificial neural network modeling for groundwater level forecasting in a River Island of Eastern India
S Mohanty, MK Jha, A Kumar, KP Sudheer
Water Resources Management 24 (9), 1845-1865, 2010
Assessment and mapping of groundwater vulnerability to pollution: Current status and challenges
D Machiwal, MK Jha, VP Singh, C Mohan
Earth-Science Reviews 185, 901-927, 2018
Multi-criteria analysis and GIS modeling for identifying prospective water harvesting and artificial recharge sites for sustainable water supply
LK Singh, MK Jha, VM Chowdary
Journal of cleaner production 142, 1436-1456, 2017
Groundwater-level prediction using multiple linear regression and artificial neural network techniques: a comparative assessment
S Sahoo, MK Jha
Hydrogeology Journal 21 (8), 1865, 2013
Assessing groundwater quality for drinking water supply using hybrid fuzzy-GIS-based water quality index
MK Jha, A Shekhar, MA Jenifer
Water Research 179, 115867, 2020
Design and technology for greenhouse cooling in tropical and subtropical regions: A review
KS Kumar, KN Tiwari, MK Jha
Energy and Buildings 41 (12), 1269-1275, 2009
Rainwater harvesting planning using geospatial techniques and multicriteria decision analysis
MK Jha, VM Chowdary, Y Kulkarni, BC Mal
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 83, 96-111, 2014
Evaluation of HEC-HMS and WEPP for simulating watershed runoff using remote sensing and geographical information system
AK Verma, MK Jha, RK Mahana
Paddy and Water Environment 8, 131-144, 2010
Comparative evaluation of numerical model and artificial neural network for simulating groundwater flow in Kathajodi–Surua Inter-basin of Odisha, India
S Mohanty, MK Jha, A Kumar, DK Panda
Journal of Hydrology 495, 38-51, 2013
Simulation modeling for efficient groundwater management in Balasore coastal basin, India
R Rejani, MK Jha, SN Panda, R Mull
Water Resources Management 22 (1), 23-50, 2008
Modelling infiltration and quantifying spatial soil variability in a wasteland of Kharagpur, India
D Machiwal, MK Jha, BC Mal
Biosystems Engineering 95 (4), 569-582, 2006
Assessing the accuracy of GIS-based multi-criteria decision analysis approaches for mapping groundwater potential
LK Singh, MK Jha, VM Chowdary
Ecological Indicators 91, 24-37, 2018
Application of central composite design approach for removal of chromium (VI) from aqueous solution using weakly anionic resin: modeling, optimization, and study of interactive …
S Bajpai, SK Gupta, A Dey, MK Jha, V Bajpai, S Joshi, A Gupta
Journal of hazardous materials 227, 436-444, 2012
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