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BIG DATA IN WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING (BDWRE)

E-ISSN: 2716-5655
CODEN: BDWRAP

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BIG DATA IN WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING (BDWRE)

One of the emerging challenges in the 21th century era is collecting and handling ‘Big Data’. The definition of big data changes from one area to other over time. Big data as its name implies is unstructured data that is very big, fast, hard and comes in many forms. Though the applications of big data was confined to information technology before 21st technology, now it is of emerging area in almost all engineering specializations. But for water managers/engineers, big data is showing big promise in many water related applications such as planning optimum water systems, detecting ecosystem changes through big remote sensing and geographical information system, forecasting/predicting/detecting natural and manmade calamities, scheduling irrigations, mitigating environmental pollution, studying climate change impacts etc. This study reviewed the basic information about big data, applications of big data in water resources engineering related studies, advantages and disadvantages of big data. Further, this study presented some of review of literature which has been done on big data applications in water resources engineering.

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1 CROP AREA MAPPING BY INTELLIGENT PIXEL INFORMATION INFERRED USING 250M MODIS VEGETATION TIMESERIES IN TRANSBOUNDARY INDUS BASIN
Muhammad Mohsin Khan, Muhammad Jehanzeb Masud Cheema, Talha Mahmood, Saddam Hussain, Muhammad Sohail Waqas, Hafiz Muhammad Nauman, Mohsin Nawaz, Muhammad Saifullah
DOI :10.26480/bdwre.02.2020.25.28

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2 ASSESSMENT OF SEDIMENT YIELD USING SWAT MODEL: CASE STUDY OF KEBIR WATERSHED, NORTHEAST OF ALGERIA
Kamel Khanchoul, Amina Amamra, Bachir Saaidia
DOI :10.26480/bdwre.02.2020.29.35

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3 ESTIMATING SEDIMENT YIELD AT TARBELA DAM AND FLOOD FORECASTING THROUGH CONTINUOUS PRECIPITATION-RUNOFF MODELING OF UPPER INDUS BASIN
Rana Muhammad Amir, Sikandar Ali, Muhammad Jehanzeb Masud Cheema, Saddam Hussain, Muhammad Mohsin Waqas, Muhammad Sohail Waqas, Rao Husnain Arshad, Muhammad Salam, Ahsan Raza and Muhammad Aslam
DOI :10.26480/bdwre.02.2020.36.41

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1 EFFECT OF WATER QUALITY AND DIFFERENT MEALS ON GROWTH OF CATLA CATLA AND LABEO ROHITA
Saba Malik, Saddam Hussain and Muhammad Sohail Waqas
DOI :10.26480/bdwre.01.2020.01.05

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2 GULLY PLUGGING SPILLWAY IS AN EFFECTIVE GULLY REHABILITATION MEASURE: A CASE STUDY OF DISTRICT GUJRAT-PAKISTAN
Aqsa Ayub
DOI :10.26480/bdwre.01.2020.06.09

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3 GROUNDWATER STORAGE CHANGE ESTIMATION USING GRACE SATELLITE DATA IN INDUS BASIN
Muhammad Salam, Muhammad Jehanzeb Masud Cheema, Wanchang Zhang, Saddam Hussain, Azeem Khan, Muhammad Bilal, Arfan Arshad, Sikandar Ali, Muhammad Awais Zaman
DOI :10.26480/bdwre.01.2020.10.15

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4 WATER RESOURCES HELPS İN THE EXPANSİON OF MOSQUİTOES COLONİES
Atif Haroona,Tayyaba Yaseen, Aqarab Husnain, Mehran Mehfooz, Muhammad Umer Umair, Muhammad Husnain Jarar, Usama Naveed, Faraz Khalid
DOI :10.26480/bdwre.01.2020.16.21

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5 AN OVERVIEW ON EMERGING WATER SCARCITY CHALLANGE IN PAKISTAN, ITS CONSUMPTION, CAUSES, IMPACTS AND REMEDIAL MEASURES
Saddam Hussain, Saba Malik, Muhammad Jehanzeb Masud Cheema, Muhammad Umair Ashraf, Muhammad Sohail Waqas, Muhammad Mazhar Iqbal, Sikandar Ali, Lubna Anjum, Muhammad Aslam, Hassan Afzal
DOI :10.26480/bdwre.01.2020.22.31

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