My research interest is at the intersection between hydrology and climate extremes, with particular emphasis on statistical modeling of ranges of hydroclimatic extremes while relating these statistical properties to physics and dynamics of the atmosphere. My research focuses on modeling and estimation of hydroclimatic events in multivariate context, which can help more accurate assessment of risk of extreme events, especially droughts, low flows and floods, and compound extremes in hydrology. I have applied my skills to different aspects of the field of hydroclimatic extremes, such as analysis of precipitation, both in point and regional scales.
Does nonstationarity in rainfall require nonstationary Intensity-Duration-Frequency Curves? by Ganguli P., Coulibaly P. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 21 6461-6483 (2017)
US power production at risk from water stress in a changing climate. by Ganguli P., Kumar D. , Ganguly A. R. Nature Scientific Reports 7 - (2017)
Robustness of meteorological droughts in dynamically downscaled climate simulation by Ganguli P., Ganguly A. Journal of American Water Resources Association 52 138-167 (2016)
Space-time trends in US meteorological droughts by Ganguli P., Ganguly A. Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies 8 235-259 (2016)
Probabilistic analysis of extreme droughts in southern Maharashtra using bivariate copulas. by Ganguli P. ISH Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 20 90-101 (2014)
Risk of Single and Compound Extremes from Droughts and Heat Waves over South Asia ISIRD, SRIC