Dr. Rajesh R. Shrestha, P.Eng.

Modélisation et évaluation de l'hydrologie et de la qualité de l'eau, impacts hydro-climatiques
Environnement et Changement climatique Canada

Recherche et / ou projets en cours

  • Hydrologic and water quality modelling and assessment of the western Canadian watersheds
  • Impacts of climate variability and change on water quantity and quality
  • Nonstationary extreme value analysis

Activités professionnelles / intérêts

Graduate Student External Examiner, conférencière invitée, Département de géographie, Université de VictoriaRevue de l'hydrologie, Journal of Hydrometeorology, Journal of Geophysical Research, Revue internationale de climatologie, Revue des sciences hydrologiques, Gestion des ressources en eau, Recherche et applications fluviales, Journal of Hydroinformatics, Journal of Hydroinformatics. Évaluation des risques d'inondation, Canadian Water Resources Journal.Ingénieur professionnel (P.Eng.) - Association of Professional Engineers & Geoscientist of British Columbia (APEGBC)

Prix et études

NSREC Visiting Fellow, Water and Climate Impacts Research Centre, Environment and Climate Change Canada

Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Western Ontario

Ph.D. Water Resources, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

Principales publications

Shrestha, R.R., M.A. Schnorbus, D.L. Peters. 2016. Assessment of a hydrologic model’s reliability in simulating flow regime alterations in a changing climate, Hydrological Processes, 30(15) 2628-2643.


Shrestha, R.R., M.A. Schnorbus, A.J. Cannon. 2015. A dynamical climate model driven hydrologic prediction system for the Fraser River, Canada, Journal of Hydrometeorology 16(3), 1273-1292.


Shrestha, R.R., D.L. Peters, M.A. Schnorbus. 2014. Evaluating the ability of a hydrologic model to replicate hydro-ecologically relevant indicators, Hydrological Processes 28, 4294–4310.


Shrestha, R.R., M.A. Schnorbus, A.T. Werner, F.W. Zwiers, 2014. Evaluating hydro-climatic change signals from statistically and dynamically downscaled GCMs and hydrologic models, Journal of Hydrometeorology 15(2), 844-860.


Shrestha, R.R., K. Osenbrueck, M. Rode, 2013. Assessment of catchment response and calibration of a hydrological model using high-frequency discharge-nitrate concentration data, Hydrology Research 44(6), 995-1012.


Shrestha, R.R., M.A. Schnorbus, A.T. Werner, A.J. Berland, 2012c. Modelling spatial and temporal variability of hydrologic impacts of climate change in the Fraser River basin, British Columbia, Canada, Hydrological Processes 26, 1840-1860.


Shrestha, R.R., Y.B. Dibike, T.P. Prowse, 2012b. Modelling climate change impacts on hydrology and nutrient loading in the Upper Assiniboine Catchment, Journal of American Water Resources Association 48(1), 74-89.


Shrestha, R.R., Y.B. Dibike, T.P. Prowse, 2012. Modelling climate induced hydrologic changes in the Lake Winnipeg Watershed, Journal of Great Lake Research 38, 83-94, .


Dibike, Y.B., T.P. Prowse, R.R. Shrestha, R Ahmed, 2012a. Observed trends and future projections of the hydro-climatic regime of the Lake Winnipeg watershed, Journal of Great Lake Research 38, 72-82.


Prowse, T.P., R.R. Shrestha, B.R. Bansal, Y.B. Dibike, 2010. Changing spring air-temperature gradients on large northern rivers: implications for severity of river-ice floods, Geophysical Research Letters 37, L19706.