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STREAMFLOW AND SOIL MOISTURE FORECASTING WITH HYBRID DATA INTELLIGENT MACHINE LEARNING APPROACHES: CASE STUDIES IN THE AUSTRALIAN MURRAY–DARLING BASIN

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  15 August 2019

RAMENDRA PRASAD
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Environmental Modelling and Simulation Group, School of Agricultural, Computational and Environmental Sciences, University of Southern Queensland, Queensland, Australia email ramendrap23@gmail.com
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Thesis submitted to the University of Southern Queensland in July 2018, degree awarded on 14 December 2018; principal supervisor Ravinesh Deo, associate supervisors Yan Li and Tek Moraseni.

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Prasad, R., Deo, R. C., Li, Y. and Maraseni, T., ‘Input selection and performance optimization of ANN-based streamflow forecasts in the drought-prone Murray Darling Basin region using IIS and MODWT algorithm’, Atmos. Res. 197 (2017), 4263.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Prasad, R., Deo, R. C., Li, Y. and Maraseni, T., ‘Ensemble committee-based data intelligent approach for generating soil moisture forecasts with multivariate hydro-meteorological predictors’, Soil Tillage Res. 181 (2018), 6381.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Prasad, R., Deo, R. C., Li, Y. and Maraseni, T., ‘Soil moisture forecasting by a hybrid machine learning technique: ELM integrated with ensemble empirical mode decomposition’, Geoderma 330 (2018), 136161.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Prasad, R., Deo, R. C., Li, Y. and Maraseni, T., ‘Weekly soil moisture forecasting with multivariate sequential, ensemble empirical mode decomposition and Boruta-random forest hybridizer algorithm approach’, Catena 177 (2019), 149166.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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