Poulomi Ganguli is a post-doctoral research fellow in the Civil and Environmental Engineering department at North Eastern University. She earned PhD in Civil Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology Bombay in 2012. Her research interests include hydrological extremes, hydro-climatology and assessment of climate change and variability in surface and sub-surface hydrology.
Ganguli, P., Reddy, M.J. (2013) Ensemble prediction of regional droughts using climate inputs and SVM-copula approach. Accepted for publication in Hydrological Processes.
Ganguli, P. (2013) Probabilistic analysis of extreme droughts in southern Maharashtra using bivariate copulas. Accepted for publication in ISH Journal of Hydraulic Engineering.
Ganguli, P., Reddy, M.J. (2013) Evaluation of trends and multivariate frequency analysis of droughts in three meteorological subdivisions of western India. Doi: 10.1002/joc.3742.
Reddy, M.J., Ganguli, P. (2013) Spatio-temporal analysis and derivation of copula-based intensity-area-frequency curves for droughts in western Rajasthan (India). Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment. Doi: 10.1007/s00477-013-0732-z.
Ganguli, P., Reddy, M.J. (2013) Probabilistic assessment of flood risks using trivariate copulas. Theoretical and Applied Climatology. 111 (1-2): 341-360.
Ganguli, P., Reddy, M.J. (2013) Analysis of ENSO based climate variability in modulating drought risks over Western Rajasthan in India. Journal of Earth System Sciences. 1: 253 – 269.
Ganguli, P., Reddy, M.J. (2012) Risk assessment of droughts in Gujarat using bivariate copulas. Water Resources Management. 26(11): 3301-3327.
Reddy, M.J., Ganguli, P. (2012) Risk assessment of hydro-climatic variabiliy on groundwater levels in the Manjara Basin aquifer in India using Archimedean copulas. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering. 17(12): 1345 – 1357.
Reddy, M.J., Ganguli, P. (2012) Application of copulas for derivation of drought Severity-Duration-Frequency curves. Hydrological Processes. 26(11): 1672-1685.
Reddy, M.J., Ganguli, P (2012). Bivariate flood frequency analysis of Upper Godavari River flows using Archimedean copulas. Water Resources Management. 26(14): 3995-4018.