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  Name of Journal   : International Journal of Hydroclimatic Engineering  
               
  Aim and Scope   : This journal aims to publish innovative articles from the field of hydrology, climate science, and their interactions. Any study which highlights climate change impacts on hydrological and associated parameters is aptly accepted for review. Articles are online as and when it is accepted for publication.
       
       
               
  Keywords   : hydrology climate change modeling and simulation hydro-climatic interactions
               
  First Issue   : 2010 Submit Your Manuscript :
               
  Special Issue   : Impact of Climate Change on Virtual and Green Water Availability in Arid Regions
               
  Call for Paper   : 31st Mar 2024 Status : Open
               
  Last Date of Submission of Articles   : 28th Mar 2025 Estimated Date of Publication : 28th June 2025
               
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    Id   20240101                        
     
  Type   Open  
     
  Guest Editors [1] Dr.Mrinmoy Majumder [2] Dr. Ganesh D Kale                  
     
  Designation 1) Associate Professor,School of Hydroinformatics Engineering(Under CE Dept.),National Institute of Technology Agartala,Tripura,India
    2) Associate Professor,Department of Civil Engineering,National Institute of Technology Agartala,Tripura,India
 
  Title : Impact of Climate Change on Virtual and Green Water Availability in Arid Regions
         
 
  Abstract : Virtual water refers to the hidden water used in the production of goods and services, while green water is the water stored in soil and vegetation. Arid regions, characterized by low precipitation and high evaporation rates, are particularly susceptible to the effects of climate change, leading to increased water scarcity and potential conflicts over resources. As global temperatures rise and precipitation patterns shift, the availability of water in arid regions will be further compromised, posing significant challenges for both human populations and ecosystems. For example, in the Middle East, agriculture accounts for a large portion of water use, with countries like Saudi Arabia relying heavily on virtual water imports to meet their food demands. As water scarcity worsens in the region due to climate change, competition for limited water resources may escalate tensions between neighboring countries. This could lead to conflicts over access to water sources such as rivers or aquifers, as seen in the case of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers shared by Turkey, Syria, and Iraq. Additionally, disputes over water rights could exacerbate existing political tensions in the region, potentially leading to further instability and conflict. A counterexample to this scenario could be the successful management of shared water resources in regions like the Nile River basin, where countries have established cooperative agreements to ensure equitable distribution of water. This demonstrates that effective governance and diplomatic efforts can mitigate tensions over water scarcity and prevent conflicts from arising. However, in the case of the Jordan River, despite being shared by Israel, Jordan, Palestine, and Syria, ongoing political conflicts have hindered efforts to establish cooperative agreements for water management. This highlights that even with successful examples in other regions, political tensions and lack of cooperation can still lead to conflicts over shared water resources.
One potential solution to address water scarcity in arid regions is through the implementation of water conservation and management strategies. This may include the use of drip irrigation systems, rainwater harvesting, and the recycling of wastewater for agricultural and industrial purposes. Additionally, promoting sustainable land use practices, such as reforestation and soil conservation, can help to improve water retention in the soil and reduce erosion. Collaboration between governments, communities, and stakeholders is essential to developing and implementing effective water management plans that prioritise the needs of both people and the environment. By taking proactive measures to safeguard water resources, arid regions can better adapt to the challenges of climate change and ensure a more secure water future for all. Implementing efficient water recycling systems and investing in desalination technology can also help mitigate water scarcity in arid regions. Education and awareness campaigns can further encourage water conservation practices among the population. By working together towards sustainable water management, arid regions can thrive even in the face of changing environmental conditions.

This special issue will provide a common platform for all the professors,researchers, scientists, and students on this topic to submit their research work, from identification to intervention  and collaboration in addressing the water management challenges faced by arid regions. The works must be original and novel , with the aim of advancing knowledge in the field and ultimately improving water management practices in arid regions.
     
     
     
     
     
 
  Keyword   Arid region                        
      Virtual Water        
      Green Water                        
 
  Last date of Submission 28th Mar 2025 Submit Your Manuscript :              
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    Id : 20240101                        
     
  Type : Republished  
     
  Authors [1] Kajal Raj                        
     
  Designation 1) Former Mtech Scholar,Department of Civil Engineering, National Instittue of Technology Agartala,Tripura,India
 
  Title : IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON VIRTUAL WATER: A Categorized Polynomial Neural Network Approach
         
 
  Abstract : The study aims to estimate virtual water availability in response to climate change using Polynomial Neural Network (PNN)-based classification algorithms. The model uses the Group Method of Data Handling algorithm to analyze the impact of climate change on virtual water availability. The model is the first to use dummy outputs to represent virtual water availability in different climate change scenarios, as proposed by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
     
     
 
  Keyword : virtual water                    
      climate change    
      group method of data handling                    
 
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    Id : 20240001                        
       
  Type : Preprint  
     
  Authors [1] Ratnadeep Modak [2] Mrinmoy Majumder [3] Uttam K Roy [4] Sujit K Pal          
     
  Designation 1) Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering,National Instittue of Technology Agartala,Tripura,India
    2) Associate Professor, Department of Production Engineering,National Institute of Technology,Agartala,Tripura,India.
    3) Former Research Scholar, School of Hydroinformatics Engineering,National Institute of Technology,Agartala,Tripura,India.
    4) Professor, Department of Civil Engineering,National Instittue of Technology Agartala,Tripura,India
     
  Title : Application of Analytical Hierarchy Process and Group Method Data Handling Algorithms in Real Time Pump Monitoring
         
 
  Abstract : Uncertainty due to loss of water in any urban system due to aged and faulty distribution systems are jeopardizing the sustainability of well managed residential systems which induces loss of efficiency as well as financial implications. One of the major cause of this loss is mal-performance of pumps utilized in water distribution systems. The impact of such uncertainty is fast and quick to affect the entire supply system. That is why, detection of the malfunction at an early stage is utmost important and prevents the occurrence of major chaos. The early detection also limits the financial implication, that may incur in the system, if proper mitigation measures are not adopted at an early stage. However, there are a lack of scientific and organized endeavours in the development of real time pump monitoring systems. The existing systems, which are employed in very few residential complexes, depend on multi parameter monitoring and mostly represents the status of the vital parameters. Presently real time monitoring system which can detect and alert about the event of uncertainty is not available and the present study is an attempt to develop a monitoring system which is real time, cognitive and can predict a event of uncertainty based on the status of significant parameters by employing Multi Criteria Decision Making method and Polynomial Neural Networks. A Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition module was developed where the model is embedded and continuously monitors the parameters and decides about the status of the entire system. The prototypes have been tested and the results encourages further and more general exploration of the device.
     
     
     
     
     
 
  Keyword : real time pump monitoring                    
      multi criteria decision making method    
      neuro-genetic models                    
 
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