Vinod Mahat, PhD, PE,CFM
Vinod Mahat, PhD, PE,CFM
Stantec
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A unified approach for process‐based hydrologic modeling: 2. Model implementation and case studies
MP Clark, B Nijssen, JD Lundquist, D Kavetski, DE Rupp, RA Woods, ...
Water Resources Research 51 (4), 2515-2542, 2015
1002015
Canopy radiation transmission for an energy balance snowmelt model
V Mahat, DG Tarboton
Water Resources Research 48 (1), 2012
512012
Testing above‐and below‐canopy representations of turbulent fluxes in an energy balance snowmelt model
V Mahat, DG Tarboton, NP Molotch
Water Resources Research 49 (2), 1107-1122, 2013
392013
Representation of canopy snow interception, unloading and melt in a parsimonious snowmelt model
V Mahat, DG Tarboton
Hydrological processes 28 (26), 6320-6336, 2014
362014
An integrated modeling system for estimating glacier and snow melt driven streamflow from remote sensing and earth system data products in the Himalayas
ME Brown, AE Racoviteanu, DG Tarboton, AS Gupta, J Nigro, F Policelli, ...
Journal of Hydrology 519, 1859-1869, 2014
302014
Impacts of climate and catastrophic forest changes on streamflow and water balance in a mountainous headwater stream in Southern Alberta
V Mahat, A Anderson
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 17 (12), 4941-4956, 2013
212013
The structure for unifying multiple modeling alternatives (SUMMA), Version 1.0: Technical description
MP Clark, B Nijssen, JD Lundquist, D Kavetski, DE Rupp, RA Woods, ...
NCAR Tech. Note NCAR/TN-5141STR, 2015
142015
Effects of wildfire on the catchment hydrology in southwest Alberta
V Mahat, U Silins, A Anderson
Catena 147, 51-60, 2016
112016
Adaptation to future water shortages in the United States caused by population growth and climate change
TC Brown, V Mahat, JA Ramirez
Earth's Future 7 (3), 219-234, 2019
102019
Modelling of wildfire impacts on catchment hydrology applied to two case studies
V Mahat, A Anderson, U Silins
Hydrological Processes 29 (17), 3687-3698, 2015
82015
Twenty-first-century climate in CMIP5 simulations: implications for snow and water yield across the contiguous United States
V Mahat, JA Ramírez, TC Brown
Journal of Hydrometeorology 18 (8), 2079-2099, 2017
72017
Mean annual renewable water supply of the contiguous United States
TC Brown, P Froemke, V Mahat, JA Ramirez
Briefing paper. Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Collins, CO, 2016
22016
Impacts of climate and forest changes on streamflow and water balance in a mountainous headwater stream in Southern Alberta.
V Mahat, A Anderson
Hydrology & Earth System Sciences Discussions 10 (7), 2013
22013
Effect of vegetation on the accumulation and melting of snow at the TW Daniels Experimental Forest
V Mahat
12011
MODELING THE EFFECT OF VEGETATION OF THE ACCUMULATION AND MELTING OF SNOW
V Mahat, DG Tarboton
12010
Bayesian Augmented L-Moment Approach for Regional Frequency Analysis
E Moges, A Jared, Y Demissie, E Yan, R Mortuza, V Mahat
World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2018: Groundwater …, 2018
2018
Integrated modeling for assessment of energy-water system resilience under changing climate
E Yan, T Veselka, Z Zhou, V Koritarov, M Mahalik, F Qiu, V Mahat, ...
AGUFM 2016, GC33F-02, 2016
2016
Stream Water Temperature Model for Upper Mississippi River Basin
V Mahat, E Yan
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2016
2016
Extreme Precipitation and Runoff under Changing Climate in Southern Maine
E Yan, A Jared, V Mahat, M Picel, D Verner, T Wall, EM Moges, ...
Argonne National Lab.(ANL), Argonne, IL (United States), 2016
2016
Urban Flooding Analysis Using Radar Rainfall Data and 2-D Hydrodynamic Model: A Pilot Study of Back Cover Area, Portland, Maine
E Yan, J Pierce, V Mahat, A Jared, S Collis, D Verner, T Wall
Argonne National Lab.(ANL), Argonne, IL (United States), 2016
2016
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