Naresh Devineni
Naresh Devineni
Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, The City University of New York
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The future role of dams in the U nited S tates of A merica
M Ho, U Lall, M Allaire, N Devineni, HH Kwon, I Pal, D Raff, D Wegner
Water Resources Research 53 (2), 982-998, 2017
Can improved agricultural water use efficiency save India’s groundwater?
R Fishman, N Devineni, S Raman
Environmental Research Letters 10 (8), 084022, 2015
Is an Epic Pluvial Masking the Water Insecurity of the Greater New York City Region?,
N Pederson, AR Bell, ER Cook, U Lall, N Devineni, R Seager, ...
Journal of Climate 26 (4), 1339-1354, 2013
Recent trends in the frequency and duration of global floods
N Najibi, N Devineni
Earth System Dynamics 9 (2), 757-783, 2018
Integrating the social, hydrological and ecological dimensions of freshwater health: The Freshwater Health Index
D Vollmer, K Shaad, NJ Souter, T Farrell, D Dudgeon, CA Sullivan, ...
Science of the Total Environment 627, 304-313, 2018
Understanding the changes in global crop yields through changes in climate and technology
E Najafi, N Devineni, RM Khanbilvardi, F Kogan
Earth's Future 6 (3), 410-427, 2018
A tree-ring-based reconstruction of Delaware River basin streamflow using hierarchical Bayesian regression
N Devineni, U Lall, N Pederson, E Cook
Journal of Climate 26 (12), 4357-4374, 2013
A climate informed model for nonstationary flood risk prediction: Application to Negro River at Manaus, Amazonia
CHR Lima, U Lall, TJ Troy, N Devineni
Journal of Hydrology 522, 594-602, 2015
Multimodel ensembles of streamflow forecasts: Role of predictor state in developing optimal combinations
N Devineni, A Sankarasubramanian, S Ghosh
Water resources research 44 (9), 2008
America's water risk: Current demand and climate variability
N Devineni, U Lall, E Etienne, D Shi, C Xi
Geophysical Research Letters 42 (7), 2285-2293, 2015
Trends in extreme rainfall frequency in the contiguous United States: Attribution to climate change and climate variability modes
S Armal, N Devineni, R Khanbilvardi
Journal of Climate 31 (1), 369-385, 2018
The role of monthly updated climate forecasts in improving intraseasonal water allocation
A Sankarasubramanian, U Lall, N Devineni, S Espinueva
Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 48 (7), 1464-1482, 2009
Improved drought management of Falls Lake Reservoir: Role of multimodel streamflow forecasts in setting up restrictions
K Golembesky, A Sankarasubramanian, N Devineni
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 135 (3), 188-197, 2009
Seasonality of monthly runoff over the continental United States: Causality and relations to mean annual and mean monthly distributions of moisture and energy
T Petersen, N Devineni, A Sankarasubramanian
Journal of hydrology 468, 139-150, 2012
Hydroclimate drivers and atmospheric teleconnections of long duration floods: An application to large reservoirs in the Missouri River Basin
N Najibi, N Devineni, M Lu
Advances in water resources 100, 153-167, 2017
Assessing chronic and climate‐induced water risk through spatially distributed cumulative deficit measures: A new picture of water sustainability in India
N Devineni, S Perveen, U Lall
Water Resources Research 49 (4), 2135-2145, 2013
A hierarchical Bayesian GEV model for improving local and regional flood quantile estimates
CHR Lima, U Lall, T Troy, N Devineni
Journal of Hydrology 541, 816-823, 2016
Improving the prediction of winter precipitation and temperature over the continental United States: Role of the ENSO state in developing multimodel combinations
N Devineni, A Sankarasubramanian
Monthly Weather Review 138 (6), 2447-2468, 2010
Crop switching reduces agricultural losses from climate change in the United States by half under RCP 8.5
J Rising, N Devineni
Nature communications 11 (1), 4991, 2020
Six centuries of Upper Indus Basin streamflow variability and its climatic drivers
MP Rao, ER Cook, BI Cook, JG Palmer, M Uriarte, N Devineni, U Lall, ...
Water Resources Research 54 (8), 5687-5701, 2018
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