Naveed KhaliqAssociate Professor, School of Environment and Sustainability and Global Institute for Water Security
- Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering Hydrology, National University of Ireland
- Master of Science in Hydrology, National University of Ireland
- Master of Engineering in Water Resources, Asian Institute of Technology
Stochastic modeling of hydrometeorological variables; extreme value analysis; impacts of climate and land use changes on water resource systems; storm water modelling and river flow forecasting; soil and water management; applied software development
- Poitras V, Sushama L, Seglenieks F, Khaliq MN, Soulis E. 2011. Canadian RCM simulated streamflows over western Canada in a changing climate.Journal of Hydrometeorology 12: 1395–1413.
- Khaliq MN, Ouarda TBMJ, Gachon P, Sushama L. 2011. Stochastic modeling of hot weather spells and their characteristics. Climate Research 47: 187–199.
- Sushama L, Khaliq MN, Laprise R, Caya D, Roy R. 2011. Assessment of climate change impacts on Canadian water resources using regional climate model projections. Proceedings of the International Perspective on Water Resources and the Environment (IPWE), Singapore.
- Mladjic B, Sushama L, Khaliq MN, Laprise R, Caya D, Roy R. 2011. Canadian RCM projected changes to extreme precipitation characteristics over Canada. Journal of Climate 24: 2565–2584.
- Sushama L, Khaliq MN, Laprise R. 2010. Dry spells over Canada in a changing climate as simulated by the Canadian RCM. Global and Planetary Change74(1): 1–14.
- Khaliq MN, Gachon P. 2010. Pacific Decadal Oscillation climate variability and temporal pattern of winter flows in north-western North America. Journal of Hydrometeorology 11: 917–933.
- Khaliq MN, Ouarda TBMJ, Gachon P. 2009. Identification of temporal trends in annual and seasonal low flows occurring in Canadian rivers: the effect of short- and long-term persistence. Journal of Hydrology 369: 183–197.
- Khaliq MN, Ouarda TBMJ, Gachon P, Sushama L, St-Hilaire A. 2009. Identification of hydrological trends in the presence of serial and cross correlations: review of selected methods and their application to annual flow regimes of Canadian rivers. Journal of Hydrology 368: 117–130.
- Khaliq MN, Ouarda TBMJ, Gachon P, Sushama L. 2008. Temporal evolution of low flow regimes in Canadian rivers. Water Resources Research 44, W08436, doi: 10.1029/2007WR006132.
- Khaliq MN, Ouarda TBMJ. 2007. On the critical values of the Standard Normal Homogeneity Test (SNHT). International Journal of Climatology 27(5): 681–687.
- Khaliq MN, Ouarda TBMJ, St-Hilaire A, Gachon P. 2007. Bayesian change-point analysis of heat-spell occurrences in Montreal, Canada. International Journal of Climatology 27(6): 807–818.
- Khaliq MN, Ouarda TBMJ, Ondo J-C, Gachon P, Bobée B. 2006. Frequency analysis of a sequence of dependent and/or non-stationary hydro-meteorological observations: a review. Journal of Hydrology 329: 534–552.
- Khaliq MN, St-Hilaire A, Ouarda TBMJ, Bobée B. 2005. Frequency analysis and temporal pattern of occurrences of southern Quebec heat waves.International Journal of Climatology 25: 485–504.
- Khaliq MN. 2011. Analysis of trends in low flow time series of Canadian rivers. In: Machiwal D, Jha M (Editors), Hydrologic Time Series Analysis: Theory and Practice. Publisher: Springer, Germany and Capital Publishing Company, India.
- Khaliq MN, St-Hilaire A, Ouarda TBMJ, Bobée B. 2004. Frequency analysis of daily maximum temperature in Southern Quebec with a view to interpret heatwaves. INRS-ETE Research Report R-747, 34 pages and 3 appendices.