Peer-reviewed Journal Publication
  1. *Khan, R., *Anwar, R., Akanda, S., McDonald, M., Huq, A., Colwell, R., Jutla, A., Assessment of risk of cholera in Haiti following Hurricane Matthew, American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (Accepted)
  2. Jutla. A., *Khan, R., Colwell, R. 2017. Natural Disasters and Cholera Outbreaks: Current Understanding and Future Outlook, Current Environmental Health Reports, DOI: 10.1007/s40572-017-0132-5
  3. *Nasr, F., *Khan, R., Rahimikollu, J., Unnikrishnan, A., Akanda, A., Alam, A., Huq, A., Jutla, A., Colwell, R., 2016. Hydroclimatic sustainability assessment of changing climate on cholera in the Ganges-Brahmaputra Basin. Advances in Water Resources, 10.1016/j.advwatres.2016.11.018
  4. Jutla, A., Unnikrishnan, A., Akanda, A., Huq, H., and Colwell, R. 2015. Predictive time series analysis linking Bengal cholera with terrestrial water storage measured from GRACE sensors. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, doi: 10.4269/ajtmh.14-0648 
  5. Jutla, A., Aldaach, H., Billian, H., Akanda, A., Huq, A., and Colwell, R. 2015. Satellite based assessment of hydroclimatic conditions related to cholera in Zimbabwe. PLOS-One, doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0137828
  6. **Nasr, F.A., Unnikrishnan, A., Akanda, A. Islam, S., Alam, M., Huq, A., Jutla, A., Colwell, R. 2015. A framework for downscaling river discharge to access impacts of climate change on endemic cholera, Climate Research, doi: 10.3354/cr01310; 64: 257-274
  7. Jutla, A.S., Huq, A. and Colwell, R. 2015. Diagnostic approach for monitoring hydroclimatic conditions related to emergence of West Nile Virus in West Virginia. Frontiers Journal of Public Health. doi: 10.3389/fpubh.2015.00010.
  8. **Luo, T., Jutla, A.S., and Islam, S. 2015. Evapotranspiration Estimation over Agricultural Plains using MODIS Data for All Sky Conditions, International Journal of Remote Sensing, doi: 10.1080/01431161.2015.1009648
  9. Akanda, A.S., Jutla, A.S. and Colwell, R. 2014. Global diarrhoea action plan needs integrated climate-based surveillance, The Lancet-Global Health, 2(2):69-70.
  10. Jutla, A.S., Whitcombe, E, Hasan, H., Haley, B., Akanda, A., Huq, A., Alam, M., Sack, B., Colwell, R. 2013. In Response: Environmental Factors Influencing Epidemic Cholera. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 89(6): 1231–1232.
  11. Jutla, A.S., Whitcombe, E, Hasan, H., Haley, B., Akanda, A., Huq, A., Alam, M., Sack, B., Colwell, R. 2013. Environmental factors influencing epidemic cholera. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 89(3):597-607.
  12. *Jutla, A.S., Akanda, A.S. and Islam, S. 2013 A framework for predicting endemic cholera using satellite derived environmental determinants. Environmental Modelling and Software, 47:148-158.
  13. *Jutla, A.S., Akanda, A.S., Huq, A., Faruque, A., Colwell, R. and Islam, S. 2013 A water marker monitored by satellites to predict endemic cholera, Remote Sensing Letters, 4(8):822-831.
  14. Akanda, A.S., Jutla, A.S., Gute, D., Sack, R., Alam, M., Huq, A., Colwell, R., and Islam, S. 2013. Population vulnerability to biannual cholera outbreaks and associated macro-Scale drivers in Bengal Delta, American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 89(5):950-959..
  15. Jutla, A.S., Akanda, A.S. and Islam, S. 2012. Satellite space-time variability of chlorophyll in Bay of Bengal: Connections to cholera outbreaks. Remote Sensing of Environment. 123:196-206
  16. Akanda, A.S., Jutla, A.S., Gute, D.M., Evans, T. and Islam, S. 2012. Reinforcing cholera intervention through prediction aided prevention. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 90(3):243-244.
  17. Jutla, A.S., Akanda, A.S, Griffiths, J. Islam, S. and Colwell, R. 2011. Warming oceans, phytoplankton, and river discharge:Implications for cholera outbreaks. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. Doi:10.4269/ajtmh.2011.11-0181
  18. Akanda, A.S., Jutla, A.S., Siddique, A.K., Alam, M., Sack, R., Huq, A., Colwell, R. and Islam, S. 2011. Hydroclimatic influences on seasonal and spatial cholera transmission cycles: Implicationsfor public health intervention in the Bengal Delta, Water Resources Research, 47, W00H07, doi:10.1029/2010WR009914
  19. Jutla, A.S., Akanda, A.S. and Islam, S. 2010. Trackingcholera in coastal regions using satellite observations. Journal of American Water Resources Association. 46(4):651-662. Doi: 10.1111/j.1752-1688.2010.00448.x.
  20. Akanda, A. S., Jutla, A.S. and Islam, S. 2009. Dual peak cholera transmission in Bengal Delta: A hydroclimatological explanation, Geophysical Research Letters, 36, L19401, doi:10.1029/2009GL039312.
  21. Jiang, L., Islam, S., Jutla, A., Senarath, S., Ramsey, B. H., and Eltahir, E. 2009. A satellite-based daily actual evapotranspiration estimation algorithm over South Florida, Global Planetary Review, 10.1016/j.gloplacha.2008.12.008.
  22. Elshorbagy, A., Jutla, A., Barbour, L., and Kells, J. 2007. Simulation of the hydrological processes on reconstructed watersheds using system dynamics, Hydrological Sciences Journal, 52(3): 538-562.
  23. Jutla, A.S., Small, D. and Islam, S. 2006. A precipitation dipole in Eastern North America, Geophysical Research Letters, 33, L21703, doi:10.1029/2006GL027500.
  24. Elshorbagy, A., Jutla, A., Barbour, L. and Kells, J. 2005. System dynamics approach to assess the sustainability of reclamation of disturbed watersheds. Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering, (32):144–158.


* Graduate student research work



Conference Proceedings

  1. Khan, R., Jutla, A., Chen, A, Huq, A. and Colwell, R. 2016. Understanding scale dependency between microbiological and climatic processes for prediction of vibrios in estuarine environments. Proceedings of American Meteorological Society, Jan 10-14, New Orleans, USA.
  2. Nasr-Azadani, F., Jutla, A., and Colwell, R. 2016. Impact of changing climate on diarrheal diseases: a case study for cholera. Proceedings of American Meteorological Society, Jan 10-14, New Orleans, USA.
  3. Jutla, A., and Colwell, R. 2016. Satellite remote sensing based assessment of environmental sustainability of water, vibrios and human health. Proceedings of American Meteorological Society, Jan 10-14, New Orleans, USA.
  4. Akanda, A., Huq, A., Jutla, A., and Colwell, R. 2015. Understanding Climate Change Impacts in a Cholera Endemic Megacity: Disease Trends, Hydroclimatic Indicators and Near Future-Term Projections. Proceedings of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, California, December 14-18.
  5. Jutla, A., Sen, S. 2015. Can rainfed agriculture adapt to uncertainty in availability of water in Indus Basin? Proceedings of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, California, December 14-18.
  6. Nasr-Azadani, F., Colwell, R., Jutla, A. 2015. Understanding Scale dependency of climatic processes with diarrheal diseases. Proceedings of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, California, December 14-18.
  7. Khan, R., Aldaach, H., Akanda, A., Huq, A., Jutla, A., and Colwell, R. 2015 Social-hydrological-health framework for understanding risks of occurrence of diarrheal diseases. Proceedings of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, California, December 14-18.
  8. Jutla, A., Akanda, A., and Colwell, R. 2015 Predictive Modeling of Cholera using GRACE and TRMM Satellite Data. Proceedings of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, California, December 14-18.
  9. Jutla, A., and Colwell, R. 2015 What does climate change mean for diarrheal diseases? 64th Annual meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Philadelphia, Oct 25-29.
  10. Khan, R., Aldaach, H., Akanda, S., Huq, A., Jutla, A., Colwell, R. 2015 Can diarrheal diseases be predicted in advance? 64th Annual meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Philadelphia, Oct 25-29. Jutla, A., Akanda, A., and Colwell, R. 2014. Long Range River Discharge Forecasting Using the Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) Satellite to Predict Conditions for Endemic Cholera. Proceedings of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, California, December 15-19.
  11. Nasr, A., Jutla, A., Akanda, A., and Colwell, R. 2014. How Will Climate Change Impact Cholera Outbreaks? Proceedings of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, California, December 15-19.
  12. Billian, H., Jutla, A., and Colwell, R. 2014. Hydroclimatic Assessment of West Nile Virus Occurrence Across Continental US. Proceedings of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, California, December 15-19.
  13. Aldaach, H., Jutla, A., Akanda, A., and Colwell, R. 2014. Linking Satellite Derived Land Surface Temperature with Cholera: A Case Study for South Sudan. Proceedings of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, California, December 15-19.
  14. Akanda, A., Jutla, A., Huq, A. and Colwell, R. 2014. Revisiting Cholera-Climate Teleconnections in the Native Homeland: ENSO and other Extremes through the Regional Hydroclimatic Drivers. Proceedings of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, California, December 15-19.
  15. Hasan, M., Akanda, A., Jutla, A., Islam, S, Huq, A., and Colwell, R. 2014. Co-evolving Hydroclimatic Signatures and Diarrheal Disease Dynamics in Bangladesh: Implications for Water Management and Public Health. Proceedings of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, California, December 15-19.
  16. Jutla, A.S. and Akanda, A. S 2013. Hydroepidemiology: Linking hydroclimatology with human health. Hydrology Section Newsletter of American Geophysical Union, 9-12.
  17. Jutla, A.S., Akanda, A. S. and Colwell, R. 2013 Understanding impacts of climatic extremes on diarrheal disease epidemics: Insights from mechanistic disease propagation models. Proceedings of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, California, December 09-13.
  18. Akanda, A., Jutla, A.S., Huq, A., Faruque, A., Colwell, R. 2013 Urban Cholera and Water Sustainability Challenges under Climatic and Anthropogenic Change. Proceedings of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, California, December 09-13.
  19. Jutla, A.S., Whitcombe, E. and Colwell, R. 2012 Hydroclimatological Controls of Endemic and Non-endemic Cholera of the 20th Century. Proceedings of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, California, December 03-07.
  20. ElNemr, W., Jutla, A.S., Constantin de Magny, G., Hasan, N.A., Islam, M., Sack, B., Huq, A., Hashem, F. and Colwell, R. 2012. Environmental Monitoring of Endemic Cholera. Proceedings of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, California, December 03-07.
  21. Singla, C., Garg, S., Aggarwal, R. and Jutla, A.S. 2012. Are Industrial Towns Safe for Human Dwelling? Proceedings of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, California, December 03-07.
  22. Akanda, A.S., Jutla, A.S. and Islam, S. 2012. Hydroclimatic Extremes and Cholera Dynamics in the 21st Century Proceedings of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, California, December 03-07.
  23. Jutla, A. S. and Colwell, R. 2012. Hydroclimatology, Remote Sensing and Water-related diseases: Challenges and Opportunities. Water and Health Conference:
  24. Science, Policy and Innovation. 29 October - 2 November (accepted).
  25. Jutla, A. S., Hossain, R., Lopez, C. and Trtanj, J. 2012 Is climate driving safe drinking water availability and access to sanitation facilities? 10th Annual Climate Prediction Applications Science Workshop, March 13–15.
  26. Jutla, A.S. and Akanda A. S. 2012. Is climate driven sanitation and water access causing increase in water-related diseases?, World Water Forum 6, Marseilles, France, March 12-17.
  27. Jutla, A.S. and Akanda A. S. 2012. Hydroclimatic drivers, water-borne diseases, and population vulnerability in Bengal delta. General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria, April 22-27 (Invited).
  28. Jutla, A.S., Akanda, A.S and Islam, S. 2011. Satellite Water Impurity Marker (SWIM) for predicting seasonal cholera outbreaks. Proceedings of American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2011, San Francisco, USA. December 5-9.
  29. Luo, T., Jutla, A.S., and Islam, S. 2011. Satellite based estimation of evapotranspiration for all sky conditions. Proceedings of American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2011, San Francisco, USA. December 5-9.
  30. Akanda, A., Prasher, D., Jutla, A.S. and Islam, S. 2011. Climate change in the Eastern Himalayas: implications for regional water and food security, ecosystems and public health. Proceedings of World Delta Submit, Jakarta. Indonesia. November 21-24.
  31. Akanda, A.S., Jutla, A.S., Eltahir, E.E. and S. Islam. 2011. A spatially explicit and seasonally varying cholera prevalence model with distributed macro-scale environmental and hydroclimatic forcings. Proceedings of American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2011, San Francisco, USA. December 5-9.
  32. Prashar, D., Akanda, A., Vogel, R.M, Jutla, A.S., Small, D., Islam, S. 2011. Monthly discharge estimation for large remote watersheds. Proceedings of American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2011, San Francisco, USA. December 5-9.
  33. Akanda, A.S., Jutla, A.S. and S. Islam. 2011. Climate change, hydroclimatic extremes, and cholera dynamics. Proceedings of Water and Health: Where Science Meets Society, The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, October 3-7.
  34. Jutla, A.S., Akanda, A.S and Islam, S. 2011. Hydroepidemiology of cholera: predicting outbreaks using satellite derived global cholera index. General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria, April 3-8.
  35. Akanda, A.S, Jutla, A.S., Elfatih, E. and Islam, S. 2011. Hydroepidemiology of cholera transmission in Bangladesh: a spatially explicit and seasonally varying cholera prevalence model. General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria, April 3-8.
  36. Islam, S., Jutla, A. S., Akanda, A. 2011. Hydroepidemiology: A synthesis of micro- and macro-scale processes: combining macro-scale hydroclimatology, coastal ecology, and satellite remote sensing for predicting cholera outbreaks in South Asia and Africa, Civil and Environmental Engineering, NSF Ecology of Marine Infectious Disease Workshop, San Juan, PR, February 11-13.
  37. Akanda, A. S., Jutla, A. S., Huq, A., Colwell, R. and Islam, S. 2010. From fall to spring, or spring to fall? Seasonal cholera transmission cycles and implications for climate change. Proceedings of American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2010, San Francisco, USA. December 13-17.
  38. Jutla, A.S., Akanda, A.S and Islam, S. 2010. Hydrology and human health: predicting cholera outbreaks using remote sensing data. Proceedings of American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2010, San Francisco, USA. December 13-17.
  39. Akanda, A.S., Jutla, A.S., and S. Islam. 2010. Climate change, hydrologic extremes and cholera dynamics. Water, and Health: Where Science Meets Policy, October 25-26, Chappel Hill, NC.
  40. Jutla, A.S., Akanda, A.S., and S. Islam. 2010. remote sensing based forecasting of cholera outbreaks, Remote Sensing and Hydrology Symposium, September 27-30, Jackson, Wyoming.
  41. Akanda, A.S., Jutla, A.S., and S. Islam. 2009. Rivers as corridors of diarrheal disease transmission: role of coastal and terrestrial hydroclimatology. Proceedings of the AGU Americas Meeting, Foz do Iguacu, Brazil. August 8-12
  42. Akanda, A.S., Jutla, A.S. and Islam, S. 2010. Hydroclimatic extremes and cholera dynamics in the 21st century. Steve Burges Retirement Symposium, University of Washington, Seattle, WA March 24-26
  43. Jutla, A.S., Akanda, S. and Islam, S. 2009. Satellites and human health: potential for tracking cholera outbreaks. Proceedings of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, California, December 14-18.
  44. Akanda, A.S., Jutla, A.S., and S. Islam. 2009. Dual peak cholera transmission in south asia: a hydroclimatological explanation. Proceedings of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, California, December 14-18.
  45. Islam, S., Jutla, A.S., Akanda, S. and Islam, S. 2009. Integrating terrestrial hydrology and coastal ecology: understanding cholera dynamics using remote sensing data. Proceedings of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, California, December 14-18.
  46. Jutla, A.S., Akanda, S. and Islam, S. 2009. Tracking Cholera outbreaks from satellites: space-time variability of chlorophyll in northern Bay of Bengal. Research Day on Global Health and Infectious Disease, Tufts University, USA. October 5.
  47. Akanda, S., Jutla, A.S., and Islam, S. 2009. Climate extremes and infectious diseases: large scale hydroclimatic controls in forecasting cholera epidemics. Research Day on Global Health and Infectious Disease, Tufts University, USA. October 5.
  48. Jutla, A.S., Akanda, S. and Islam, S. 2009. Relationship between phytoplankton, sea surface temperature and river discharge in Bay of Bengal. General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria, April 19-24.
  49. Jutla, A. S., Akanda, S. and Islam, S. 2009. Spatial and Temporal Variability of Chlorophyll in Bay of Bengal. General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria, April 19-24.
  50. Akanda, S., Jutla, A. S., and Islam, S. 2009. Bimodal Explanation of cholera in Bangladesh: a hydroclimatological explanation. General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria, April 19-24.
  51. Islam, S., Akanda, S., Jutla, A.S., Lin, C. and Gao, Y. 2009. AquaPedia: building intellectual capacity through shared learning and open access platform to resolve water conflicts. General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria, April 19-24.
  52. Islam, S., Moomaw, W., Akanda, S., Jutla, A.S., Schulz, A., Lin, C. and Grogan, D. 2009. AquaPedia: Building Capacity to Resolve Water Conflicts. ‘Education, Knowledge and Capacity Development Strategies’ session, World Water Forum 5, Istanbul, Turkey.
  53. Akanda, S., Jutla, A. S., and Islam, S. 2009. Seasonal forecasting in Bangladesh: prediction and preparation for water disasters, World Water Forum 5, Istanbul, Turkey.
  54. Jutla, A.S. and Islam, S. 2008. Instantaneous shortwave radiation for all sky conditions using MODIS. General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria, April 13-18.
  55. Akanda, A., Jutla, A. and Islam, S. 2008 Understanding the seasonality of cholera transmission in South Asia role of hydroclimatology. General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union , Vienna, Austria, April 13-18.
  56. Jutla, A.S., Flores, A, Vogel, R. and Islam, S. 2008. On probability distribution of extreme precipitation events. General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria, April 13-18.
  57. Jutla, A.S., Small, D. and Islam, S. 2008. A precipitation dipole and its seasonality in Eastern North America. General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria, April 13-18.
  58. Akanda, A.S, Jutla, A. and Islam, S. 2007. Understanding the hydrology of cholera in South Asia, Proceedings of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, California, USA. Dec, 13-18.
  59. Akanda, A.S, Jutla, A., and Islam, S. 2007. Hydrology of cholera in South Asia: issues of seasonality, scale and remote sensing, Boston-India Symposium: Essential Interfaces in Public Health, Boston. October, 22-23.
  60. Jutla, A, and Islam, S, 2007. An algorithm for estimating actual evapotranspiration for all sky conditions, Proceedings of the American Geophysical Union, Acapulco, Mexico, May 22-24.
  61. Jutla, A, and Islam, S, 2007. An algorithm for estimating actual evapotranspiration for all sky conditions, Proceedings of the American Geophysical Union, Acapulco, Mexico, May 22-24.
  62. Jutla, A., Islam, S., Niyogi, D. and Carlson, T. 2006. A simple method for estimating canopy resistance using penman-monteith equation and remotely sensed evapotranspiration. International Conference on Mesoscale Processes in Atmosphere, Ocean and Environmental Systems (IMPA2006), Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India. February 14-17.
  63. Jutla A, Small D and Islam S. 2006. Is increased precipitation over central United States related to the decreased precipitation over Hudson Bay in Canada? Research Days, Tufts University, Medford, MA.
  64. Elshorbagy, A. and Jutla, A. 2006. Hydrological modeling of reconstructed watersheds using system dynamics. General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union , Vienna, Austria, April 2-7.
  65. Jutla, A., Elshorbagy, A., and Kells, J. 2005. Beyond rainfall-runoff modeling: hydrologic simulation of reconstructed watersheds using system dynamics. 17th Canadian Hydrotechnical Conference, Edmonton, AB, Canada, August 17-19, 11-20.
  66. Jutla, A.S., Elshorbagy, A. and Kells, J.A. 2004. Predicting Spring Runoff in Canadian Prairies using Artificial Neural Networks, Proceedings of the Annual Conference of Canadian Society of Civil Engineers, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, June 2-5.
  67. Jutla, A. (1999) Pollution and its impact on ecosystem, Proceedings of Second Annual Convention of Students’ Chapter ISTE, Maharashtra, India 89.
  68. Jutla, A. and Anand, S. (1999) Rural technology, Proceedings of Second Annual Convention of Students’ Chapter ISTE, Maharashtra, India 92.

Invited Talks
  1. The Challenge to Predict Diarrheal Diseases, Cholera symposium in the Kruger National Park, Pretoria, South Africa, 13-15 Feb 2013.
  2. Hydroclimatological Controls of Endemic and Non-endemic Cholera of the 20th Century. American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, California, December 03-07, 2012 (with Colwell, R., Whitecombe, E.).
  3. Regional Water Security and Public Health Implications in Bengal Delta. Oxford Water Security Conference, Oxford, UK, April 16-18, 2012 (with Akanda, A., Islam, S.).
  4. Hydrology, Climate and Water-related Diseases: Challenges and Opportunities. Science Symposium on Climate and Health. Atlanta, GA. September 12-13 2012 (with Colwell, R.).
  5. Hydrology, climate and water-related diseases: Predicting cholera using satellite remote sensing, Texas A & M University. April 2012.
  6. Hydroclimatological controls and prediction of water-related diseases: Challenges and Opportunities, West Virginia University, March 2012.
  7. Linking Hydrology, Climate and Water-related Diseases: A challenge for which remote sensing offers a solution, University of Maryland, March 2012.


Book(s) and Chapter(s)

  1. Akanda, A.S., Jutla, A.S. and Islam, S. 2013. Hydroclimatology and Large Scale Population Vulnerability to Cholera Outbreaks in Bengal Delta; in Hossain, F. et al., Climate Vulnerability: Understanding and Addressing Threats to Essential Resources – Water. Elsevier
  2. Jutla, A.S., Akanda, A.S and Islam, S. 2010. Satellite remote sensing based forecasting of cholera outbreaks in the Bengal Delta. pp 241-243. In Khan, S., et al Hydroclimatology: New Tools for solving wicked water problems, IAHS Publication 338.
  3. Akanda, A. S., Jutla, A.S. and Islam, S. 2010. Hydrology, Climate and Human Health: a hydroclimatological approach to understand cholera transmission in South Asia and sub Saharan Africa. Pp 237-238; in Khan, S., et al Hydroclimatology: New Tools for solving wicked water problems, IAHS Publication 338.
  4. Jutla, A.S., Elshorbagy, A. and Kells, J. 2009. Hydrologic modeling of reconstructed watersheds using a system dynamics approach, VDM Verlag Publishing House, Monograph ISBN: 978363915538.