ARCHIVED CONTENT: In December 2020, the CZO program was succeeded by the Critical Zone Collaborative Network (CZ Net) ×

Mohammad Safeeq


Project Scientist

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Surface Water Hydrology, Ecohydrology, Watershed Modeling, Water Resource Management, Climate Change

Assistant Research Scientist, Sierra Nevada Research Institute
SNRI - Sierra Nevada Research Institute
Safeeq's SNRI page

Assistant Adjunct Professor, School of Engineering, University of California, Merced
UC Merced - University of California, Merced

PhD, University of Hawai'i at Manoa

My research involves studying how the complex interactions between climate, vegetation, soil, and geology control and modulate critical zone processes related to water. The goal of my research is to identify key hydrologic controls crucial for quantifying and predicting the impacts of climate change on future water supply, which can in turn help to develop science-based, targeted land management and restoration strategies for sustaining future water supply and the environment.

CZO Publications