UC Merced - University of California, Merced
PhD, University of Idaho
My research involves hydrologic analysis and modeling, extreme events such as drought and flood, climate change, and water resources planning. I use hydrologic models as a tool for understanding the linkage between climate, vegetation and hydrological processes. In addition, I provide accurate prediction of hydrological processes for water resource managers and decision makers, which helps to mitigate impact of extreme events.
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Improving snow water equivalent simulations in an alpine basin using blended gage precipitation and snow pillow measurements. Sohrabi, M.; Safeeeq, M.; Conklin, M. H. (2017): Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 2017. Abstract H43C-1658