Books, Chapter in Books, Expository and Review Articles

  1. M Mujumdar, P Bhaskar, M.V. Ramarao, U Uppara, M Goswami,H Borgaonkar,S Chakraborty, S Ram, V Mishra , M. Rajeevan, D Niyogi (2020), Droughts and Floods.
  2. Tiwari, A. D., & Mishra, V (2018), Climate Change and Reservoir Storage in India.
  3. Martin Widmann et al. (2017), Current Opportunities and Challenges in developing hydroclimatic services in the Himalaya, Indo-UK Water Center Report
  4. Vimal Mishra, Rahul Kumar, Amit Garg (2017), Identification of climate vulnerability hotspots in Meghalaya using high-resolution climate projections (Media coverage: DownToEarth, The Shillong Times, Assam Tribune)
  5. Vimal Mishra, Reepal Shah, Amit Garg (2016), Climate Change in Madhya Pradesh: Indicators, Impacts, and Adaptation (Media Coverage: NDTV)
  6. Amit Garg, Hem Dholakia, Vimal Mishra (2015), Climate Change and India: Adaptation Gap (2015) (Media Coverage: Economics Times, Livemint, Scroll, Deccan Herald, Business Today, The Thirdpole, ZeeNews)
  7. Niyogi D., V. Mishra ( 2011), Climate - Agriculture Vulnerability Assessment for the Midwestern United States, in Vulnerability of Midwestern United States to Climate Change, Ed. S. Pryor, Indiana University Press.
  8. Mishra, V. (2011), Food Security Implications of Climate Variability and Climate Change, Major Reference Work, Elsevier Publications (in press).
  9. Cullmann, J., Schmitz, G. H., Mishra, V. (2005), A new strategy for flood forecasting in rapidly responding catchments – modeling aspects (in German) , 39-49, Bundesanstalt für Gewässerkunde, Kobelenz, Germany.

Journal Articles (published/accepted)

  1. Dangar, S., & Mishra, V. (2021). Natural and anthropogenic drivers of the lost groundwater from the Ganga river basin. Environmental Research Letters. Link
  2. Dangar, S., Asoka A., & Mishra, V. (2021). Causes and implications of groundwater depletion in India: A review. Journal of Hydrology Link
  3. Kushwaha, A. P., Tiwari, A. D., Dangar, S., Shah, H., Mahto, S. S., & Mishra, V. (2021). Multimodel assessment of water budget in Indian sub-continental river basins. Journal of Hydrology Link
  4. A. Shah, A. Garg, V. Mishra (2021).Quantifying the local cooling effects of urban green spaces: Evidence from Bengaluru, India, Landscape and Urban Planning Link
  5. AD Tiwari., P. Mukhopadhyay, V. Mishra, (2021). Influence of bias correction of meteorological and streamflow forecast on hydrological prediction in India, Journal of Hydrometeorology Link
  6. V. Mishra, Aadhar S., SS Mahato (2021). Anthropogenic warming and intraseasonal summer monsoon variability amplify the risk of future flash droughts in India, npj Climate and Atmospheric Science Link
  7. Aadhar S., V. Mishra, (2020). On the occurrence of the worst drought in South Asia in the observed and future climate, Environmental Research Letters Link
  8. D. Shah, V. Mishra, (2020). Strong Influence of Changes in Terrestrial Water Storage on Flood Potential in India, Journal of Geophysical Research Atmospheres Link
  9. V. Mishra, Aadhar S. (2020). Discussion of "Multivariate Modeling of Projected Drought Frequency and Hazard over India" by Vimal Mishra, Journal of Hydrologic Engineering Link
  10. S. Huang, HL Shah, BS Naz, N. Shrestha, V. Mishra, P. Daggupati, U. Ghimire, T. Vetter (2020). Impacts of hydrological model calibration on projected hydrological changes under climate change—a multi-model assessment in three large river basins, Climate Change Link
  11. Ambika A., V. Mishra, (2020). Substantial decline in atmospheric aridity due to irrigation in India, Environmental Research Letters Link
  12. Kumar R. V. Mishra, (2020). Increase in population exposure due to dry and wet extremes in India under a warming climate, Earth's Future Link
  13. Bharadwaj K., Aadhar S., V Mishra, Shah D. (2020). Propagation of meteorological to hydrological droughts in India, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmosphere Link
  14. V. Mishra, Ambika A., Asoka A., Aadhar S., Buzan J., Kumar R., Huber M. (2020). Moist heat stress extremes in India enhanced by irrigation, Nature Geoscience Link
  15. V. Mishra, Bhatia, U., Tiwari A.D. (2020). Bias-corrected climate projections for South Asia from Coupled Model Intercomparison Project-6, Scientific Data Link
  16. Aadhar, S., V Mishra (2020). On the projected decline in droughts over South Asia in CMIP6 multimodel ensemble, Journal of Geophysical Research Atmospheres Link
  17. S. Bharat, V Mishra (2020). Runoff sensitivity of Indian sub-continental river basins, Science of The Total Environment Link
  18. S Huang, HL Shah , BS Naz,N Shrestha, V Mishra , P Daggupati, U Ghimire, T Vetter (2020). Impacts of hydrological model calibration on projected hydrological changes under climate change—a multi-model assessment in three large river basins, Climate Change Link
  19. A. Asoka, V Mishra (2020). A strong linkage between seasonal crop growth and groundwater storage variability in India, Journal of Hydrometeorology Link
  20. V. Mishra, HL Shah , MR Lopez, A Lobanova, V Krysanova (2020). Does comprehensive evaluation of hydrological models influence projected changes of mean and high flows in the Godavari River basin?, Climate change Link
  21. V. Mishra (2020). Relative Contribution of Precipitation and Air Temperature on Dry Season Drying in India, 1951–2018, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmosphere Link
  22. D. Shah, V Mishra (2020). Drought onset and termination in India, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmosphere Link
  23. V Moron, R Barbero, H J Fowler, V Mishra (2020). Storm types in India: linking rainfall duration, spatial extent and intensity, Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series A: Mathematical and physical sciences Link
  24. Mahto SS., V Mishra (2020). Dominance of summer monsoon flash droughts in India, Environmental Research Letters Link
  25. RA Richardson, Sam Harper, S Weichenthal, A Nandi, V Mishra , Prabhat Jha (2020). Extremes in water availability and suicide: evidence from a nationally representative sample of rural Indian adults, Environmental Research Link
  26. V Mishra , U Bhatia, Tiwari A.D. (2020). Bias-corrected climate projections from Coupled Model Intercomparison Project-6 (CMIP6) for South Asia, arXiv:2006.12976 Link
  27. A Asoka, V Mishra (2020). Anthropogenic and climate contributions on the changes in terrestrial water storage in India, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmosphere Link
  28. JS Nanditha, KVD Wiel, U Bhatia, D Stone, F Selton, V Mishra (2020). A seven-fold rise in the probability of exceeding the observed hottest summer in India in a 2 °C warmer world, Environmental Research Letters Link
  29. V Mishra , K Thirumalai, D Singh, S Aadhar (2020). Future exacerbation of hot and dry summer monsoon extremes in India, npj Climate and Atmospheric Science. Link
  30. S Aadhar, V Mishra. (2020). Increased drought risk in South Asia under warming climate: Implications of uncertainty in potential evapotranspiration estimates, Journal of Hydrometeorology. Link
  31. R Singh, V Mishra , B Narasimhan, S Ghosh, A Sharma, S Dutta, PP Mujumdar. (2020). Hydrological Modeling in India, Proc Indian Natn Sci Acad. Link
  32. Mishra V. (2020). Long-term (1870–2018) drought reconstruction in context of surface water security in India. Journal of Hydrology. Link
  33. D shah, V Mishra. (2019). Integrated Drought Index (IDI) for Drought Monitoring and Assessment in India, Water Resources Research. Link
  34. HL Shah, T Zhou, N Sun, M Huang, V Mishra. (2019). Roles of irrigation and reservoir operations in modulating terrestrial water and energy budgets in the Indian sub‐continental river basins. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. Link
  35. R Barbero, H Fowler, S Blenkinshop, S Westra, V Moron, E Lewis, S Chan, G Lenderink, E Kendon, S Guerreiro, X Li, R Villalobos, H ali, V Mishra (2019). A synthesis of hourly and daily precipitation extremes in different climatic regions. Link
  36. Meghwal, R.,Shah D.,Mishra V. (2019). On the Changes in Groundwater Storage Variability in Western India Using GRACE and Well Observations. Remote Sensing in Earth Systems Sciences. Link
  37. Garg, S. & Mishra, V. (2019). Role of Extreme Precipitation and Initial Hydrologic Conditions on Floods in Godavari River Basin, India. Water Resources Research. Link
  38. Ambika, A., Mishra, V. (2019). Observational Evidence of Irrigation Influence on Vegetation Health and Land Surface Temperature in India. Geophysical Research Letters. Link
  39. Aadhar S., Mishra V. (2019). A substantial rise in the area and population affected by dryness in South Asia under 1.5 °C, 2.0 °C and 2.5 °C warmer worlds. Environmental Research Letters. Link
  40. Mahto SS., Mishra V. (2019). Does ERA‐5 Outperform Other Reanalysis Products for Hydrologic Applications in India?. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. Link
  41. Ali H.,Modi P., Mishra V. (2019). Increased flood risk in Indian sub-continent under the warming climate. Weather and Climate Extremes. Link
  42. Tiwari AD., Mishra V. (2019). Prediction of Reservoir Storage Anomalies in India. JGR Atmospheres. Link
  43. Mishra, V., AD Tiwari, S Aadhar, R Shah, M Xiao, DS Pai, D Lettenmaier. (2019). Drought and famine in India, 1870‐2016. Geophysical Research Letters. Link
  44. HL Shah, T Zhou, M Huang, V Mishra. (2019). Strong influence of irrigation on water budget and land surface temperature in Indian sub‐continental river basins. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. Link
  45. V Mishra, A Asoka, K Vatta, U Lall.(2018). Groundwater Depletion and Associated CO2 Emissions in India. Earth's Future. Link
  46. Mukherjee, S. & Mishra, V. (2018). A sixfold rise in concurrent day and night-time heatwaves in India under 2° C warming. Scientific reports. Link
  47. Ali, H., Fowler, H. J. & Mishra, V. (2018). Global observational evidence of strong linkage between dew point temperature and precipitation extremes. Geophysical Research Letters. Link
  48. Mishra, V., Asoka, A., Vatta, K. & Lall, U. (2018). Groundwater depletion and associated CO2 emissions in India. Earth's Future. Link
  49. Mishra, V. & Shah, H.L. (2018). Hydroclimatological Perspective of the Kerala Flood of 2018. Journal of the Geological Society of India. Link
  50. Ali, S. A., Aadhar, S., Shah, H. L. & Mishra, V. (2018). Projected Increase in Hydropower Production in India under Climate Change. Scientific Reports. Link
  51. Ali, H. & Mishra, V. (2018). Increase in sub-daily precipitation extremes in India under 1.5 and 2.0° C warming worlds. Geophysical Research Letters. Link
  52. S. Blenkinsop, H. J. Fowler, R. Barbero, S. C. Chan, S. B. Guerreiro, E. Kendon, G. Lenderink, E. Lewis, Xiao-Feng Li, S. Westra, L. Alexander, R. P. Allan, P. Berg, R. J. H. Dunn, M. Ekström, J. P. Evans, G. Holland, R. Jones, E. Kjellström, A. Klein-Tank, D. Lettenmaier, V. Mishra, A. F. Prein, J. Sheffield, & M. R. Tye (2018). The INTENSE project: using observations and models to understand the past, present and future of sub-daily rainfall extremes. Advances in Science and Research, 15 (2018): 117-126. Link
  53. Asoka, A., Wada, Y., Fishman, R., & Mishra, V. (2018). Strong linkage between precipitation intensity and monsoon season groundwater recharge in India. Geophysical Research Letters, 45. Link
  54. Mishra, V., Shah, R., Azhar, S., Shah, H., Modi, P., & Kumar, R. (2018). Reconstruction of droughts in India using multiple land-surface models (1951–2015). Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 22(4), 2269. Link
  55. Mukherjee, S., Aadhar, S., Stone, D., & Mishra, V. (2018). Increase in extreme precipitation events under anthropogenic warming in India. Weather and Climate Extremes. Link
  56. Ali, H. & Mishra, V. (2018). Contributions of dynamic and thermodynamic scaling in subdaily precipitation extremes in India. Geophysical Research Letters, 45(5), 2352-2361. Link
  57. Aadhar, S., V. Mishra, 2017. High-resolution near real-time drought monitoring in South Asia, Scientific Data. Link
  58. Kumar, R., V. Mishra, J. Buzan, R. Kumar, D. Shindell, and M. Huber, 2017. Dominant control of agriculture and irrigation on urban heat island in India. Nature Scientific Reports7(1), 14054. Link
  59. Mishra, V., S. Mukherjee, R. Kumar, and D. Stone, 2017. Heat wave exposure in India in current, 1.5 oC, and 2.0 oC worlds. Environmental Research Letters12(12), 124012. Link
  60. Valentina Krysanova, Tobias Vetter, Stephanie Eisner, Shaochun Huang, Ilias Pechlivanidis, Michael Strauch, Alexander Gelfan, Rohini Kumar, Valentin Aich, Berit Arheimer,Alejandro Chamorro, Ann van Griensven, Dipangkar Kundu, Anastasia Lobanova, Vimal Mishra, Stefan Plötner, Julia Reinhardt, Ousmane Seidou, Xiaoyan Wang, Michel Wortmann, Xiaofan Zeng and Fred F Hattermann, 2017. Intercomparison of regional-scale hydrological models and climate change impacts projected for 12 large river basins worldwide - a synthesis. Environmetal Research Letters, 12(10), 105002. Link
  61. Ali, H. & Mishra, V. (2017). Contrasting response of rainfall extremes to increase in surface air and dewpoint temperatures at urban locations in India”. Scientific Reports, 7(1), 1228. Link
  62. Van Loon, A. F., Kumar, R., & Mishra, V. (2017). Testing the use of standardised indices and GRACE satellite data to estimate the European 2015 groundwater drought in near-real time. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 21(4), 1947. Link
  63. Eisner, S., Flörke, M., Chamorro, A., Daggupati, P., Donnelly, C., Huang, J., Hundecha, Y., Koch, H., Kalugin, A., Krylenko, I. and Mishra, V (2017). An ensemble analysis of climate change impacts on streamflow seasonality across 11 large river basins. Climatic Change, 141(3), 401-417. Link
  64. Asoka, A., Gleeson, T., Wada, Y., & Mishra, V. (2017). Relative contribution of monsoon precipitation and pumping to changes in groundwater storage in India. Nature Geoscience, 10(2), 109-117. Link
  65. Shah,Reepal; Sahai, Atul Kumar and Mishra, Vimal, “Short to sub-seasonal hydrologic forecast to manage water and agricultural resources in India”, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, DOI: 10.5194/hess-21-707-2017, vol. 21, no. 2, pp. 707-720, Feb. 2017.

  66. Mishra V.; R. Kumar; H.L. Shah; L. Samaniego; S. Eisner; and T. Yang; "Multimodel assessment of sensitivity and uncertainty of evapotranspiration and proxy for availabe water resources under climate change", Climatic Change, DOI: 10.1007/s10584-016-1886-8, Jan. 2017.

  67. Ambika, A., B. Wardlow, and V. Mishra (2016), Remotely sensed high resolution irrigated area mapping in India for 2000 to 2015. Scientific , DOI: 10.1038/sdata.2016.118.

  68. Mishra, V., S. Aadhar, A. Akarsh, S. Pai, and R. Kumar (2016), On the frequency of the 2015 monsoon season drought in the Indo-Gangetic Plain, Geophys. Res. Lett., doi:10.1002/2016GL071407

  69. Samaniego, L.; Kumar, R.; Breuer, L.; Chamorro, A.; Flörke, M.; Pechlivanidis, I. G.; Schäfer, D.; Shah, Harsh; Vetter, T.; Wortmann, M. and Zeng, X., “Propagation of forcing and model uncertainties on to hydrological drought characteristics in a multi-model century-long experiment in large river basins”, Climatic Change, DOI: 10.1007/s10584-016-1778-y, Aug. 2016

  70. Shah, Harsh L. and Mishra, Vimal (2016), "Hydrologic changes in Indian sub-continental river basins (1901-2012)", rnal of Hydrometeorology, DOI: 10.1175/JHM-D-15-0231.1, Jul. 2016.

  71. Shah, R., V., Mishra, and A. Garg (2016). Climate change in Madhya Pradesh: Indicators, Impacts and Adaptation. WP-2016-05-05, IIMA working papers

  72. Shah, R. D., & Mishra, V. (2016). Utility of Global Ensemble Forecast System (GEFS) Reforecast for Medium-Range Drought Prediction in India. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 17(6), 1781-1800.
  73. Mallya, G., Mishra, V., Niyogi, D., Tripathi, S., & Govindaraju, R. S. (2016). Trends and variability of droughts over the Indian monsoon region. Weather and Climate Extremes, 12, 43-68.
  74. Mishra, V., and Lilhare, R, 2016: Hydrologic Sensitivity of Indian sub-continental River Basins to Climate Change. Global and Planetary Change, DOI: 10.1016/j.gloplacha.2016.01.003.

  75. Shah, H., and V. Mishra, 2015: Uncertainty and Bias in Satellite-based Precipitation Estimates over Indian Sub-continental Basins: Implications for Real-time Streamflow Simulation and Flood Prediction. (doi:10.1175/JHM-D-15-0115.1, Journal of Hydrometeorology, in press).

  76. Dholakia, H, V., Mishra, and A., Garg (2015). Predicted increases in heat related mortality under climate change in urban India. WP-2015-05-02, IIMA working papers

  77. Akarsh, A., and Mishra, V. (2015). Prediction of vegetation anomalies to improve food security and water management in India. Geophysical Research Letters 06/2015; DOI:10.1002/2015GL063991.

  78. Mishra, V. (2015). Climatic uncertainty in Himalayan water towers. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 120(7), 2689-2705.
  79. Mishra, V., A.R., Ganguly, B., NIjssen, and D.P. Lettenmaier (2015). Changes in observed climate extremes in global urban areas. Environ. Res. Lett. 10 (2) 024005, doi:10.1088/1748-9326/10/2/024005.

  80. Shah, R., and V., Mishra, (2015). Development of an Experimental Near-Real Time Drought Monitor for India. J. Hydrometeor., 16, 327-345. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/JHM-D-14-0041.1 (Amongst top 10 most read JHM articles in previous 12 months for June-October 2015).

  81. Ali H., Mishra. V., and D., Pai, (2014) .Observed and Projected Urban Extreme Precipitation Events in India. JGR: Atmospheres, Volume 119, Issue 22, 621-641, doi: 10.1002/2014JD022264.

  82. Kumar, D., Mishra, V., & Ganguly, A. R. (2015). Evaluating wind extremes in CMIP5 climate models. Climate Dynamics, 45(1-2), 441-453.4JD022650/full
  83. Mishra, V., Shah, R., & Thrasher, B. (2014). Soil moisture droughts under the retrospective and projected climate in India. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 15(6), 2267-2292.
  84. Mishra, V., Kumar, D., Ganguly, A. R., Sanjay, J., Mujumdar, M., Krishnan, R., & Shah, R. D. (2014). Reliability of regional and global climate models to simulate precipitation extremes over India. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 119(15), 9301-9323.
  85. Kannan, S., Ghosh, S., Mishra, V., & Salvi, K. (2014). Uncertainty resulting from multiple data usage in statistical downscaling. Geophysical Research Letters, 41(11), 4013-4019.
  86. Shah, Reepal, and Vimal Mishra, 2014: Evaluation of the Reanalysis Products for the Monsoon Season Droughts in India. J. Hydrometeor, 15, 1575–1591. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/JHM-D-13-0103.1 (Reported as amongst the top 10 most read JHM articles in the last 12 months, as on March, 2015).

  87. Ben Livneh, Eric A. Rosenberg, Chiyu Lin, Bart Nijssen, Vimal Mishra, Kostas M. Andreadis, Edwin P. Maurer, and Dennis P. Lettenmaier, 2013: A Long-Term Hydrologically Based Dataset of Land Surface Fluxes and States for the Conterminous United States: Update and Extensions*. J. Climate, 26, 9384–9392. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/JCLI-D-12-00508.1

  88. Frans C., ErkanIstanbulluoglu, Vimal Mishra, Francisco Munoz-Arriola and Dennis P. Lettenmaier (2013), Are climatic or land cover changes the dominant cause of runoff trends in the Upper Mississippi River Basin? Geophysical Research Letters (DOI: 10.1002/grl.50262, Received Highlight in Nature)

  89. Mishra, V., F. Dominguez, and D. P. Lettenmaier (2012a), Urban precipitation extremes: how reliable are the regional climate models?, Geophysical Research Letters, doi:10.1029/2011GL050658 (AGU’s most popular paper, highlighted in Science Magazine).

  90. Mishra, V., B. V. Smoliak, D. P. Lettenmaier, J. M. Wallace (2012b), A Prominent Pattern of Year-to-Year Variability in Indian Summer Monsoon Rainfall, Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), doi:10.1073/pnas.1119150109.

  91. Mishra V., J. M. Wallace, D. P. Lettenmaier (2012c). Relationshipbetween hourly precipitation extremes and local air temperature in the United States, (in press Geophysical Research Letters)

  92. Mishra, V., and D. P. Lettenmaier (2011), Climatic trends in major U.S. urban areas, 1950–2009, Geophysical Research Letters, 38, 8 PP., doi:201110.1029/2011GL048255 (AGU’s most popular paper).

  93. Mishra, V., and K. A. Cherkauer (2010), Retrospective droughts in the crop growing season: Implications to corn and soybean yield in the Midwestern United States, Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 150(7-8), 1030–1045 (Wide Media Coverage)

  94. Mishra, V., and K. A. Cherkauer (2011), Influence of cold season climate variability on lakes and wetlands in the Great Lakes region, Journal of Geophysical Research, 116(D12), D12111

  95. Mishra, V., K. A. Cherkauer, and L. C. Bowling (2011a), Changing thermal dynamics of lakes in the Great Lakes region: Role of ice cover feedbacks, Global and Planetary Change, 75, 155-162

  96. Mishra, V., Cherkauer, K.A., Bowling, L.C., Huber, M., 2011b. Lake Ice phenology of small lakes: Impacts of climate variability in the Great Lakes region. Glob. Planet. Change 76, 166–185.[IF:3.15, Citations: 6]

  97. Mishra, V., Cherkauer, K.A., 2010. Retrospective droughts in the crop growing season: Implications to corn and soybean yield in the Midwestern United States. Agric. For. Meteorol. 150, 1030–1045. [IF:3.42, Citations: 19] [Wide Media Coverage]

  98. Mishra, V., K. Cherkauer and L. Bowling, 2010: Are small lakes becoming ice free in the Great Lakes Region, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society v. 91 no. 7[IF: 7.22, Citations: 0]

  99. Mishra, V., K. A. Cherkauer, and L. C. Bowling (2010a), Parameterization of Lakes and Wetlands for Energy and Water Balance Studies in the Great Lakes Region, Journal of Hydrometeorology, 11(5), 1057–1082.

  100. Mishra, V., K. A. Cherkauer, D. Niyogi, M. Lei, B. C. Pijanowski, D. K. Ray, L. C. Bowling, and G. Yang (2010b), A regional scale assessment of land use/land cover and climatic changes on water and energy cycle in the upper Midwest United States, International Journal of Climatology, 30(13), 2025–2044.

  101. Mishra, V., K. A. Cherkauer, and S. Shukla (2010c), Assessment of drought due to historic climate variability and projected future climate change in the Midwestern United States, Journal of Hydrometeorology, 11, 46-68

  102. Sinha, T., K.A. Cherkauer, and V. Mishra(2010). Impacts of historic climate variability on seasonal soil frost in the Midwestern United States. Journal of Hydrometeorology , 11(2): 229-252.

  103. Bachmann, C. M., C. R. Nichols, M. J. Montes, R.-R. Li, P. Woodward, R. A. Fusina, W. Chen, V. Mishra, W. Kim, J. Monty, K. McIlhany, K. Kessler, D. Korwan, W. D. Miller, E. Bennert, G. Smith, D. Gillis, J. Sellars, C. Parrish, A. Schwarzschild, and B. Truitt (2009). Retrieval of substrate bearing strength from hyperspectral imagery during the Virginia Coast Reserve (VCR07) Multi-Sensor Campaign. Marine Geodesy , 33, 101 – 116.

  104. Cullmann, J., V. Mishra, R., Peters (2006). Flow analysis with WaSiM-ETH; model parameter sensitivity at different scales. Advances in Geosciences , 9: 73-77.

  105. Mohammad, G., & Vimal, M. (2004). Design and computation of conveyance losses in lined water conveyance systems at Caet, Etawah. New Agriculturist, 15(1/2), 97-100.

Invited papers in published conference

  1. V. Mishra, (2015). Use of satellite data to monitor droughts and floods in India Advances in Science and Research.
  2. V. Mishra, (2013). Hydrologic regime under the climate change in India. Pathways for climate resilient livelihood in Himalayan River basins.
  3. V. Mishra, (2013). Drought under the retrospective and projected future climate in India. Purdue-IIT Bombay Drought and Climate Change Workshop
  4. V. Mishra ., and A. Ganguly, (2013). Worsening drought projections in North-Central India despite increasing summer monsoon rainfall. NSF Expedition workshop, University of Minnesota
  5. D.P. Lettenmaier, Vimal Mishra ., and others, (2012). Snow and Streamflow Assimilation in a Medium-Range Forecasting System. AGU Fall Assembly, 2012
  6. V. Mishra, (2012). What do CMIP5 projections tell us about climate change in India? 3rd National Research Conference on Climate Change
  7. M. S. Wigmosta, N. Voisin, D. P. Lettenmaier, A. Coleman, V. Mishra ., and N. A. Schaner, (2011). Worsening drought projections in North-Central India despite increasing summer monsoon rainfall. Hydrologic Forecasting and Hydropower Production, AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 1, 01
  8. K.A. Cherkauer, V. Mishra ., and T. Sinha, (2009). Hydrologic impacts of projected climate change in the Great Lakes region. American Geophysical Union Joint Assembly, Toronto, Canada.

Conference Presentations/abstract

  1. Nanditha J S, A O Alvarez, B. Rajagopalan, V Mishra, (2020), "A Coupled Physical-Statistical Model for Daily Streamflow Forecasting", American Geophysical Union 2020 Virtual meeting.
  2. S Bharat, V Mishra (2020), "Budyko's framework to estimate Runoff sensitivity for the Indian sub-continental river basins", EGU General Assembly 2020.
  3. D Shah, V Mishra (2020), "Impact of Groundwater Pumping on Flood Potential (FP) in Indian Sub-continental River Basins", EGU General Assembly 2020.
  4. V Mishra (2020), "Long-term (1870-2018) drought reconstruction in India", EGU General Assembly 2020.
  5. K Bharadwaj, V Mishra (2020), "Role of catchment and climate characteristics in Hydrological Drought parameters and propagation in major river basins of India", EGU General Assembly 2020.
  6. A K Ambika, V Mishra (2020), "Strong linkage between irrigation and land surface cooling in India", EGU General Assembly 2020.
  7. M Sinan, V Mishra (2020), "Application of SWAT-MODFLOW Model to Understand How Groundwater Recharge in Sabarmati River Basin is Affected by Extreme Climate Events.", EGU General Assembly 2020.
  8. SS Mahto, V Mishra (2020), "Mechanism and Characteristics of Flash Droughts in India and their Evaluation Using Evaporative Soil Moisture Index (ESMI)", EGU General Assembly 2020.
  9. A Ashoka, V Mishra (2019), "Groundwater Pumping and Persistent Groundwater Drought in India", AGU Fall Meeting 2019.
  10. AD Tiwari, AK Sahai, A Wood,V Mishra (2019), "Short to Sub-seasonal Streamflow Forecasts for Reservoir Operations in India", AGU Fall Meeting 2019.
  11. AK Ambika, V Mishra (2019), "Strong linkage between irrigation land surface cooling in India", AGU Fall Meeting 2019.
  12. B Rajagopalan, R Santosh, V Mishra (2019), "Understanding, Modeling and Mitigation of Flood Risk over India", AGU Fall Meeting 2019.
  13. S Mahto, V Mishra (2019), "Spatial and Temporal Characteristics of Flash Droughts in India", AGU Fall Meeting 2019.
  14. S Aadhar, V Mishra (2019), "A two-fold rise in the frequency of severe drought in South Asia under a warming climate", AGU Fall Meeting 2019.
  15. R Kumar, V Mishra (2019), "Intensification of precipitation in urban regions in India", AGU Fall Meeting 2019.
  16. S Jain, S Aadhar, V Mishra (2019), "On the causes and severity of the 2016-17 South India drought", AGU Fall Meeting 2019.
  17. M Sinon, V Mishra (2019), "Role of Floods and Droughts in Groundwater Recharge in Sabarmati River Basin Using SWAT-MODFLOW Model", AGU Fall Meeting 2019.
  18. JS Nanditha, V Mishra, B Rajagopalan (2019), "Atmospheric drivers of major flood producing storms in India", AGU Fall Meeting 2019.
  19. H Ali, V Mishra (2018), "The projected effect of limiting global warming to 1.5 and 2.0° C on urban stormwater design in India".
  20. Akarsh Asoka, Tom Gleeson, Yoshihide Wada and Vimal Mishra (2017), "Relative Contribution of Monsoon Precipitation and Pumping to Changes in Groundwater Storage in India", AGU Fall Meeting 2017, San Francisco; 12/2017
  21. Shah, Harsh and Mishra, Vimal (2017), "Irrigation water demand in Ganges basin during the 21st century", in the International Conference on Climate-change Impacts for Scientists & Stakeholders (Impacts World 2017), and ISIMIP workshop Potsdam, DE, Oct. 9-13, 2017.
  22. Aadhar, S, and V., Mishra (2017). High-resolution near real-time drought monitoring in South Asia, (Paper ID Number: H51I-1383), AGU Fall meeting 2017, New Orleans, USA.
  23. Kumar, R., Mishra, V., Buzan, J., Kumar, R., Shindell, D., & Huber, M. (2017). Agriculture and irrigation as potential drivers of urban heat island. Paper ID Number GC21G-1019, AGU Fall Meeting 2017, New Orleans, USA
  24. Ali, Haider, and Vimal Mishra (2017). "Sensitivity of Rainfall Extremes Under Warming Climate in Urban India." AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts. 2017 (paper id #H52B-08).
  25. Modi, P., V., Lakshmi and Mishra, V. (2017), Changes in the flood frequency in the Mahanadi basin under observed and projected future climate. AGU Fall Meeting Abstract 2017 (Paper no: H31A-1494)
  26. Tiwari, A, and V., Mishra (2017). "Remotely-sensed near real-time monitoring of reservoir storage in India." (Paper ID Number: H53I-1598), AGU Fall meeting 2017, New Orleans, USA.
  27. Shah, R, A.K. Sahai, and V. Mishra (2017) Short to sub-seasonal hydrologic forecast to manage water and agricultural resources in India. (Abstract ID: 267704) AGU Fall meeting 2017, San Francisco, USA.
  28. Ritambhara Singh, Ganga Devi, Akarsh Asoka, D.J. Parmar, Snehal Mishra, and Vimal Mishra (2016), "How Sensitive is Gujarat’s Agriculture to Climate Change: a Panel Data Analysis of Major Crops", International Conference on Food, Water, Energy Nexus in Arena of Climate Change, Anand Agricultural University,Anand, Gujarat, 10/2016
  29. Akarsh Asoka and Vimal Mishra (2015), "Climatic Extremes and Food Grain Production in India", AGU Fall Meeting 2015, San Francisco; 12/2015
  30. Shah, Harsh L. and Mishra, Vimal (2015), "Development of a real-time streamflow monitoring system for the Indian sub-continental basins", in the 2015 AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, US, Dec. 14-18, 2015.
  31. Mishra, Vimal and Shah, Harsh L. (2015), "Observed changes in surface water availability in the Indian sub-continental River basins", in the 2015 AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, US, Dec. 14-18, 2015.
  32. Shah, Harsh L. and Mishra, Vimal (2015), "Water-budget in the Indian sub-continental river basins under the projected future future climate", in the National Climate Science Conference, Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bangalore, IN, Jul. 2-3, 2015.
  33. Shah, R, and V., Mishra (2015). Seasonal Drought Prediction in India, (Paper ID Number: H131-1700), AGU Fall meeting 2015, San Francisco, USA.
  34. Shah R.D., Modi P., Mishra V. (2015). Projections of extreme precipitation in India from regional climate models.Annual workshop 2015 &National symposium on understanding and forecasting the monsoon extremes, Indian meteorological society Pune chapter, IITM, Pune.
  35. Kumar, R. and Mishra, V. (2015), Sustainability of Smart Cities under Climate Variability and Climate Change in India. Paper ID Number B33E-0783, AGU Fall Meeting 2015, San Farancisco, USA
  36. Ambika Anukesh, and Mishra, V.(2015) Development of High Resolution Data for Irrigated Area and Cropping Patterns in India
  37. Akarsh Asoka, Vimal Mishra (2014), "Spatiotemporal Variability of NDVI over Indian Region and its Relationship with Rainfall, Temperature, Soil moisture, and SST", AGU Fall Meeting 2014, San Francisco; 12/2014
  38. Shah, H. and V., Mishra (2014), "Implications of the Projected Future Climate on Water Resources in the Indian Sub-continent Basins", AGU Fall meeting 2014, SanFrancisco, US, Dec. 15-19, 2014.
  39. Shah, R, and V., Mishra (2014). Short term Drought Prediction in India, (Paper ID Number: H23N-1072), AGU Fall meeting 2014, San Francisco, USA.
  40. Mishra, P., R.D., Shah, and V., Mishra (2014). Characterizing, Understanding, and Modeling Climate extremes (paper ID Number: GC51A-0397), AGU Fall meeting 2014, San Francisco, USA.
  41. Modi, P., R.D. Shah, and V., Mishra (2014). Projections of extreme events in India from regional and global climate models (paper id number: GC51A-0397), AGU Fall meeting, San Francisco, USA.
  42. Ali, Haider, and Vimal Mishra (2014). "Development of Sub-Daily Intensity Duration Frequency (IDF) Curves for Major Urban Areas in India." AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts. 2014 (abstract #H53G-0941).
  43. Shah R.D. (2013). Evaluation of the Reanalysis Product for the Monsoon Season Droughts in India. SWRM 2013, BITS-Pilani, Hyderabad.
  44. V. Mishra*, Bart Nijssen, and D. P. Lettenmaier (2013), Changes in precipitation Extremes in the major global urban areas (American Meteorological Society 2013)
  45. V. Mishra (2013), Hydrologic regime under the climate change in India ( in Pathways for climate resilient livelihood in Himalayan River basins held in Delhi)
  46. V. Mishra* (2013), Drought under the retrospective and projected future climate in India (Purdue-IIT Bombay Drought and Climate Change Workshop)
  47. Reepal Shah and V. Mishra* (2013), Evaluation of the reanalysis production for the monsoon season drought assessment in India (Sustainable Water Resources Planning Management and Impact of Climate Change)
  48. Shah, R. and V. Mishra (2013) Groundwater variability after the monsoon season droughts in India (accepted in the Hydro Conference to be held in IIT Madras).
  49. Mishra, V., and A. Ganguly (2013), Worsening drought projections in North-Central India despite increasing summer monsoon rainfall (Invited, NSF Expedition workshop, University of Minnesota)
  50. Mishra, V. (2013) Changes and variability in soil moisture based droughts and satellite based groundwater estimates in India (submitted in the AGU Fall assembly 2013)
  51. Shah, R. and V. Mishra (2013) Experimental real-time drought monitoring in India (submitted in the AGU Fall assembly 2013)
  52. Pal, S., D. Kumar, V. Mishra, A. Ganguly (2013) Climate change impacts on US precipitation extremes and consequences for hydraulic infrastructure and water resources (submitted in the AGU Fall assembly 2013)
  53. Kumar, D., V. Mishra, A. Ganguly (2013) Projections and uncertainties of wind extremes in urban and coastal regions under climate change (submitted in the AGU Fall Assembly 2013)
  54. Mishra, V., Kumar, D., and A. Ganguly (2013) Projected changes in precipitation extremes with implications for flood hazards resilience over India (NSF-expedition workshop)
  55. V. Mishra* (2012), Soil moisture drought variability under retrospective and future climate (AGU Fall Assembly, 2012)
  56. D.P. Lettenmaier, V. Mishra*, and others (2012), Snow and Streamflow Assimilation in a Medium-Range Forecasting System (AGU Fall Assembly, 2012)
  57. Ben Livneh, E. A. Rosenberg, C. Lin, B. Nijssen, V. Mishra*, K. Andreadis, E. P. Maurer, and D. P. Lettenmaier (2013), A Long-term hydrologically based dataset of land surface fluxes (American Meteorological Society 2013)
  58. V. Mishra* (2012) What do CMIP5 projections tell us about climate change in India? (3rd National Research Conference on Climate Change)
  59. Mishra, V., M. Bosilovich, D. P. Lettenmaier (2012). Evaluation of reanalysis simulation for
  60. U.S. precipitation extremes, WCRP ICR4 conference, Washington D.C, U.S.A.
  61. Mishra V., D. P. Lettenmaier (2011). Increasing precipitation extremes in U.S. urban areas, WCRP Open Science Conference, Denever, CO, U.S.A.
  62. Frans, C. D., E. Istanbulluoglu, V. Mishra, F. Munoz-Arriola, and D. P. Lettenmaier (2011), Examining the role of climate and land use change on hydrologic trends in the Upper Mississippi River Basin, AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 1, 1349.
  63. Funk, C. C., V. Mishra, and F. Davenport (2011a), Hydrologic and Undernourisment Trends In Food Insecurity Hotspots, AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 1, 04.
  64. Funk, C. C., A. P. Williams, V. Mishra, M. A. Barlow, M. P. Hoerling, and A. Hoell (2011b), Potential Change in the Indian Monsoon Circulation, AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 1, 0158.
  65. Mishra, V., N. Voisin, M. S. Wigmosta, and D. P. Lettenmaier (2011), Effects of stream discharge data assimilation on short-term streamflow forecast skill, AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 1, 1181.
  66. Tripathi, O. P., F. Dominguez, E. R. Rivera, C. L. Castro, and V. Mishra (2011), Optimal resolution of regional climate model simulations of historical extreme precipitation in the Southwestern US, AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 1, 1055.
  67. Wigmosta, M. S., N. Voisin, D. P. Lettenmaier, A. Coleman, V. Mishra, and N. A. Schaner (2011), Hydrologic Forecasting and Hydropower Production, AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 1, 01.
  68. Mishra, V., Dominguez, F., Lettenmaier, D. P. (2011), Precipitation extremes in the western US urban areas: How reliable are regional/global climate model projections? American Meteorological Society (AMS), 91st annual meeting, Seattle, WA.
  69. Voisin, N., V. Mishra, D. P. Lettenmaier, Mark Wigmosta (2011), Near real time data assimilation and uncertainties in hydrologic forecasting, HEPEX meeting, UNESCO-IHE, Delft, the Netherlands.
  70. Cherkauer, K. A., V. Mishra, (2011), Observed climate variability and change impacts on agricultural productivity in the Midwestern US, American Meteorological Society (AMS), 91st annual meeting, Seattle, WA.
  71. Wigmotsa, M. S., Coleman, A., Skaggs, R., Ventris, E., Voisin, N., Lettenmaier, D. P., V., Mishra (2010), Water use optimization and hydrologic forecasting, Water Power Peer Review, US department of energy.
  72. Mishra, V., Voisin, N., Wigmosta, M. S., Lettenmaier, D. P. (2010), Soil moisture assimilation from river flow information to improve short-term streamflow forecast, American Geophysical Union, Fall assembly, 2010, San Francisco, CA.
  73. Viosin, N.,V., Mishra, Lettenmaier, D. P., Wigmosta, M. S., (2010), Improving short term streamflow forecast using SNOTEL data assimilation, American Geophysical Union, Fall assembly, 2010, San Francisco, CA.
  74. Mishra, V., Cherkauer, K. A., Verdin, J. P. (2010), Supporting climatic trends of corn and soybean production in USA, American Geophysical Union, Fall assembly, 2010, San Francisco, CA.
  75. Fall, S., Niyogi, D., Kishtawal, C.,V., Mishra, Bosilovich, M., Entin, J. (2010), A MERRA-based analysis of the climate variability and summer temperature-rainfall relationships over India, American Geophysical Union, Fall assembly, 2010, San Francisco, CA.
  76. Cherkauer, K. A., V. Mishra and T. Sinha (2010), Hydrology in a Changing Environment: Lessons from the Midwest, Steve Burges Retirement Symposium, Seattle, WA.
  77. Mishra, V., K.A. Cherkauer, L.C. Bowling (2010), Are small lakes becoming ice free in the Great Lakes Region, American Meteorological Society (AMS) 90th annual meeting, Atlanta, GA.
  78. Mishra, V., K.A. Cherkauer, L.C. Bowling (2010), Trends, variability and extremes of summer drought in the Midwest United States: The role of climate variability and snow storage, American Meteorological Society (AMS) 90th annual meeting, Atlanta, GA.
  79. Mishra, V., K.A. Cherkauer (2009), Climate variability and lakes: An integrated assessment using observations, satellite data and land surface modeling (invited), Graduate Climate Conference, University of Washington, Seattle.
  80. Mishra, V., K.A. Cherkauer (2009), Impacts of regional scale climate variability on the occurrence and severity of drought events, American Geophysical Union Join Assembly, Toronto, Canada.
  81. Cherkauer, K.A., V. Mishra, T. Sinha (2009), Hydrologic impacts of projected climate change in the Great Lakes region (invited), American Geophysical Union Joint Assembly, Toronto, Canada.
  82. Cherkauer, K.A., V. Mishra, T. Sinha (2009), Hydrologic impacts of projected climate change in the Lake Michigan region, 7th annual Western Great Lakes Research Conference, Ashland, Wisconsin.
  83. Bowling, L.C., V. Mishra, K. A. Cherkauer, G. Yang, L. Ming, D. Niyogi, B. Pijanowski (2009), Urbanization impacts of the hydroclimatology of the Upper Great Lakes Region, American Meteorological Society (AMS) annual meeting, Phoenix, Arizona
  84. Bowling, L.C., K.A. Cherkauer, M. Lei, V. Mishra, D. Niyogi, B. Pijanowski, D. Ray, and G. Yang (2008), Impact of future urban expansion on hydroclimatology in the Upper Great Lakes Region, American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting, San Francisco, USA
  85. Mishra, V., K.A. Cherkauer, L.C. Bowling (2008), Impacts of lakes and wetlands on surface energy balance of the Great Lakes Region, American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting, San Francisco, USA.
  86. Mishra, V., K. A. Cherkauer, M. M. Crawford, and L. C. Bowling (2008), Sensitivity study of lakes/wetlands processes using remote sensing data and a land surface model. American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineering (ASABE), Rhode Island.
  87. Sinha T., K. A. Cherkauer, and V. Mishra (2008), Seasonal soil frost in response to the future climate change Midwestern U.S., American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineering (ASABE), Rhode Island.
  88. Bachmann, C. M., V. Mishra and others (2008), Remote sensing retrieval of substrate bearing strength from hyperspectral imagery at the Virginia Coast Reserve (VCR’07) multi-sensor campaign, International Geosciences and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGRASS), Boston, MA.
  89. Mishra, V., K. A. Cherkauer, and L. C. Bowling (2008), Impacts of climate variability and change on inland lakes in Michigan, 88th Annual Meeting of American Meteorological Society (AMS), New Orleans, LA.
  90. Sinha T., K. A. Cherkauer, and V. Mishra (2008), Historic climate impacts on seasonal soil frost in the Midwestern US, 88th AMS Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, Abstract 135102.
  91. Mishra, V., K. A. Cherkauer, T. Sinha, and M. Huber (2007), Variation of surface soil moisture and its implications under changing climate conditions, Second Graduate Climate Conference (GCC), University of Washington, Seattle, WA.
  92. Mishra, V., K. A. Cherkauer, D. Niyogi, and B. Pijanowski (2007), Land Cover Land Use Change (LCLUC) and climate change: Impacts assessment and sensitivity to hydrologic processes in Wisconsin, First Annual Symposium of the Center for Environment Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN.
  93. Mishra, V., N. S. Raghuwanshi, G.H. Schmitz (2006), WaSiM-ETH- Model performance and parameter sensitivity at increased spatial scale. Geophysical Research Abstract, Vol. 9, 01349.
  94. Mishra, V., N. S. Raghuwanshi, S. Shukla, J. Cullmann, G.H. Schmitz (2006), Understanding runoff generation process through scaling of flood peaks. International Conference in University of Agriculture Faisalabad, Pakistan
  95. Mishra, V., J. Cullmann, N.S. Raghuwanshi, G.H.Schmitz (2005), Peak flow analysis with WaSiM-ETH- model parameter sensitivity and input data quality, European Geosciences Union (EGU), Vienna, Austria
  96. Mishra, V., N. S. Raghuwanshi, S. Shukla, G. H. Schmitz (2005), Regional flood frequency analysis of Freiberger Mulde Catchment by L-Moments, Proceedings of International Symposium on Recent Advances in Water Resources Development and Management, IIT-Roork