Dr. Barnabas Akurigo Amisigo

Country of current residence

Ghana

Current position

Research Scientist

Current institute employer

CSIR-Water Research Institute

Since

1991

Website current institute

wri@ghana.com

Profession

Hydrologist

Specialisation

Water Resources Engineering

Degrees / expertise

Msc, Water Resources Engineering, Uni. of Guelph, Canada;

BSc., Agricultural Engineering, KNUST, Kumasi, Ghana

2007

Amisigo, B. A., N. van de Giesen, et al.. 2007. Monthly Streamflow Prediction in the Volta Basin of West Africa: A SISO NARMAX Polynomial Modeling. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, . Further Information
Amisigo, B.A., van de Giesen, N., & Andah, W.E.I. 2007. A Hybrid Metric-Conceptual (HMC) Model for Monthly Riverflow Prediction in the semi-arid Volta Basin of West Africa. . Further Information

2005

Amisigo, B. 2005. Modelling riverflow in the Volta basin of West Africa: A Data-Driven Framework. Thesis at Technische Universeit Delft, NL. Ecology and Development Series No. 34, Cuvillier Verlag, Göttingen. Further Information
Amisigo, B. A. and N. C. van de Giesen. 2005. Using a spatio-temporal dynamic state-space model with the EM algorithm to patch gaps in daily riverflow series. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 9, : 209-224.

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Research themes
  • Water resources
  • Environmental and climate change
Research countries
  • Ghana
Research topic
River Flow Modelling in the Volta Basin of West Africa
Research projects

Glowa-Volta Project

Working groups

Glowa-Volta

Additional information

Home Institute: CSIR-Water Research Institute, Box M32, Accra, Ghana

Professional experience

Research Scientist, CSIR-Water Research Institute, Ghana, since 1991

Degrees

Msc, Water Resources Engineering, Uni. of Guelph, Canada;

BSc., Agricultural Engineering, KNUST, Kumasi, Ghana

Funding institutions

BMBF, Glowa-Volta

Doctoral research funded by

BMBF and Glowa-Volta, Germany

Cooperation partners

ZEF-Bonn University, Germany;

TUDelft, The Netherlands