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Sensitivity and identifiability of stream flow generation parameters of the SWAT model
R Cibin, KP Sudheer, I Chaubey
Hydrological Processes 24 (9), 1133-1148, 2010
Optimal selection and placement of BMPs and LID practices with a rainfall-runoff model
Y Liu, R Cibin, VF Bralts, I Chaubey, LC Bowling, BA Engel
Environmental Modelling & Software 80, 281-296, 2016
Watershed‐scale impacts of bioenergy crops on hydrology and water quality using improved SWAT model
R Cibin, E Trybula, I Chaubey, SM Brouder, JJ Volenec
GCB Bioenergy 8 (4), 837-848, 2016
Constructing prediction interval for artificial neural network rainfall runoff models based on ensemble simulations
KS Kasiviswanathan, R Cibin, KP Sudheer, I Chaubey
Journal of Hydrology 499, 275-288, 2013
Simulated watershed scale impacts of corn stover removal for biofuel on hydrology and water quality
R Cibin, I Chaubey, B Engel
Hydrological Processes 26 (11), 1629-1641, 2011
Manuresheds: Advancing nutrient recycling in US agriculture
S Spiegal, PJA Kleinman, DM Endale, RB Bryant, C Dell, S Goslee, ...
Agricultural Systems 182, 102813, 2020
Perennial rhizomatous grasses as bioenergy feedstock in SWAT: parameter development and model improvement
EM Trybula, R Cibin, JL Burks, I Chaubey, SM Brouder, JJ Volenec
GCB Bioenergy 7 (6), 1185-1202, 2015
Environmental and Economic Trade-Offs in a Watershed When Using Corn Stover for Bioenergy
BM Gramig, CJ Reeling, R Cibin, I Chaubey
Environmental science & technology 47 (4), 1784-1791, 2013
Application of distributed hydrological models for predictions in ungauged basins: a method to quantify predictive uncertainty
R Cibin, P Athira, KP Sudheer, I Chaubey
Hydrological Processes, 2013
Marginal land suitability for switchgrass, Miscanthus and hybrid poplar in the Upper Mississippi River Basin (UMRB)
Q Feng, I Chaubey, B Engel, R Cibin, KP Sudheer, J Volenec
Environmental Modelling & Software 93, 356-365, 2017
Biophysical and hydrological effects of future climate change including trends in CO2, in the St. Joseph River watershed, Eastern Corn Belt
R Wang, LC Bowling, KA Cherkauer, R Cibin, Y Her, I Chaubey
Agricultural Water Management 180, 280-296, 2017
Hydrologic and water quality impacts and biomass production potential on marginal land
Q Feng, I Chaubey, YG Her, R Cibin, B Engel, J Volenec, X Wang
Environmental Modelling & Software 72, 230-238, 2015
Comparative Analysis of HRU and Grid-Based SWAT Models
G Pignotti, H Rathjens, R Cibin, I Chaubey, M Crawford
Water 9 (4), 272, 2017
How do land-use and climate change affect watershed health? A scenario-based analysis
YM Hoque, C Raj, MM Hantush, I Chaubey, RS Govindaraju
Water Quality, Exposure and Health 6, 19-33, 2014
Evaluation of bioenergy crop growth and the impacts of bioenergy crops on streamflow, tile drain flow and nutrient losses in an extensively tile-drained watershed using SWAT
T Guo, R Cibin, I Chaubey, M Gitau, JG Arnold, R Srinivasan, JR Kiniry, ...
Science of The Total Environment 613, 724-735, 2018
Predictions in ungauged basins: an approach for regionalization of hydrological models considering the probability distribution of model parameters
P Athira, KP Sudheer, R Cibin, I Chaubey
Stochastic environmental research and risk assessment 30, 1131-1149, 2016
A computationally efficient approach for watershed scale spatial optimization
R Cibin, I Chaubey
Environmental Modelling & Software 66, 1-11, 2015
Spatial optimization of cropping pattern for sustainable food and biofuel production with minimal downstream pollution.
PV Femeena, KP Sudheer, R Cibin, I Chaubey
Journal of environmental management 212, 198-209, 2018
Environmental impacts of bioenergy crop production and benefits of multifunctional bioenergy systems
S Ale, PV Femeena, S Mehan, R Cibin
Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Storage, 195-217, 2019
Perennial biomass production from marginal land in the Upper Mississippi River Basin
Q Feng, I Chaubey, R Cibin, B Engel, KP Sudheer, J Volenec, N Omani
Land Degradation & Development, 2018
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