Prem B. Parajuli
Prem B. Parajuli
Associate Professor, Program Director, Graduate Program Coordinator (Eng. Tech.) Mississippi State
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TitleCited byYear
Comparison of AnnAGNPS and SWAT model simulation results in USDA‐CEAP agricultural watersheds in south‐central Kansas
PB Parajuli, NO Nelson, LD Frees, KR Mankin
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 23 (5), 748-763, 2009
Applicability of targeting vegetative filter strips to abate fecal bacteria and sediment yield using SWAT
PB Parajuli, KR Mankin, PL Barnes
Agricultural water management 95 (10), 1189-1200, 2008
Source specific fecal bacteria modeling using soil and water assessment tool model
PB Parajuli, KR Mankin, PL Barnes
Bioresource Technology 100 (2), 953-963, 2009
A recommended calibration and validation strategy for hydrologic and water quality models
P Daggupati, N Pai, S Ale, KR Douglas-Mankin, RW Zeckoski, J Jeong, ...
Transactions of the ASABE 58 (6), 1705-1719, 2015
Assessing sensitivity of hydrologic responses to climate change from forested watershed in Mississippi
PB Parajuli
Hydrological Processes 24 (26), 3785-3797, 2010
SWAT bacteria sub-model evaluation and application
PB Parajuli
Kansas State University, 2007
Uncertainty considerations in calibration and validation of hydrologic and water quality models
JA Guzman, A Shirmohammadi, AM Sadeghi, X Wang, ML Chu, MK Jha, ...
Transactions of the ASABE 58 (6), 1745-1762, 2015
Assessing the impacts of crop-rotation and tillage on crop yields and sediment yield using a modeling approach
PB Parajuli, P Jayakody, GF Sassenrath, Y Ouyang, JW Pote
Agricultural water management 119, 32-42, 2013
Parameterization guidelines and considerations for hydrologic models
RW Malone, G Yagow, C Baffaut, MW Gitau, Z Qi, DM Amatya, PB Parajuli, ...
Transactions of the ASABE 58 (6), 1681-1703, 2015
Fecal bacteria source characterization and sensitivity analysis of SWAT 2005
PB Parajuli, KR Douglas-Mankin, PL Barnes, CG Rossi
Transactions of the ASABE 52 (6), 1847-1858, 2009
Assessing impacts of bioenergy crops and climate change on hydrometeorology in the Yazoo River Basin, Mississippi
HK Kim, PB Parajuli, SDF To
Agricultural and forest meteorology 169, 61-73, 2013
Hydrologic and water quality models: Sensitivity
Y Yuan, Y Khare, X Wang, PB Parajuli, I Kisekka, S Finsterle
Transactions of the ASABE 58 (6), 1721-1744, 2015
Assessing the impacts of climate change and tillage practices on stream flow, crop and sediment yields from the Mississippi River Basin
PB Parajuli, P Jayakody, GF Sassenrath, Y Ouyang
Agricultural Water Management 168, 112-124, 2016
Impacts of climate variability on water quality with best management practices in sub‐tropical climate of USA
P Jayakody, PB Parajuli, TP Cathcart
Hydrological processes 28 (23), 5776-5790, 2014
Evaluating the impacts of crop rotations on groundwater storage and recharge in an agricultural watershed
AO Dakhlalla, PB Parajuli, Y Ouyang, DW Schmitz
Agricultural Water Management 163, 332-343, 2016
Evaluating the impacts of forest clear cutting on water and sediment yields using SWAT in Mississippi
S Khanal, PB Parajuli
Journal of Water Resource and Protection 5 (04), 474, 2013
New methods in modeling sources specific bacteria at watershed scale using SWAT
PB Parajuli, KR Mankin, PL Barnes
Watershed Management to Meet Water Quality Standards and TMDLS (Total …, 2007
Evaluation of the best management practices at the watershed scale to attenuate peak streamflow under climate change scenarios
AO Dakhlalla, PB Parajuli
Water resources management 30 (3), 963-982, 2016
The biological control of Pomacea canaliculata population by rice-duck mutualism in paddy fields
K Liang, J Zhang, L Fang, B Zhao, M Luo, P Parajuli, Y Ouyang
Biocontrol science and technology 23 (6), 674-690, 2013
Watershed-scale hydrological modeling methods and applications
PB Parajuli, Y Ouyang
In: Bradley, Paul M., ed. Current Perspectives in Contaminant Hydrology and …, 2013
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