📣📣Come and join us as a Postdoctoral scholar at the CCHR https://cchr.eng.ua.edu/, @UofAlabama to work on funded projects @NSF, @NOAA & @USACEHQ. For more information please check out https://moradkhani.ua.edu/archives/2723.
📣📣Join us at Coastal Hydrology Lab and CCHR (w/ @HamidMoradkhani) @UofAlabama in fully-funded #PhD projects on #coastal #hydrology and compound coastal #hazard modeling, funded by @NSF & @NOAA. Details in the link 👇👇 Please RT. @AlabamaWater
Humbled and honored to be the recipient of the American Meteorological Society @ametsoc Horton Lecturer award and to be listed among the esteemed scholars https://www.ametsoc.org/index.cfm/ams/about-ams/ams-awards-honors/2023-awards-and-honors-recipients/#Award%20Recipients
The AGU deadline is approaching! We welcome our invited speakers, @HamidMoradkhani and @vmmerwade, and hope to see all interesting pieces of research in our flood session again.
We invite you submitting your abstract to our Data Learning session, "H006 - Advances in Data Assimilation, Data Mining, and Data Fusion in Earth System Modeling and Applications" @Hydrology_AGU with @HamidMoradkhani , @sujayvkumar and Harrie-Jan Hendricks Franssen
A new and comprehensive tropical cyclone scaling system to characterize hurricane hazards integrating storm surge, rainfall, and wind speed. Check out our recently published paper in Earth’s Future http://doi.org/10.1029/2021EF002635. @HamidMoradkhani, @HamedMoftakhari, @NWSNHC,@NHC_Atlantic
Hot off the press: we implemented sequential data assimilation using satellite derived actual ET in modified Priestley-Taylor ET model for improved simulation of actual farm scale actual ET. Special thanks to @P_Abbaszadeh and Dr. @HamidMoradkhani https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0168192322001721?dgcid=author
HAND is a great indicator of inland floodplains, but its accuracy extremely drops in coastal flat regions. Here we propose a HAND-based composite index for rapid flood hazard mapping in coastal regions.
@davidmunozpauta @HamedMoftakhari @HamidMoradkhani
If you are working on river flooding using a 2D hydrodynamic model and want to know how to prioritize your input factors for efficient and effective modeling, you may find our newly published paper with @Kjafarza and @HamidMoradkhani useful. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsoft.2022.105398