A. Allen Bradley, Jr.

(319) 335-6117
523A Stanley Hydraulics Laboratory
Joined the College of Engineering: 
Ph.D., Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1992
M.S., Civil Engineering, Stanford University, 1984
B.S., Civil Engineering, Virginia Tech, 1983
Special Fields of Knowledge: 
Hydrology; hydrometeorology.
Present Research Interests: 
Flood hydrology; hydroclimatology of extreme rainstorms; hydrologic forecast verification.
Selected Publications: 
  • Bradley, A. A., S. S. Schwartz, and T. Hashino, 2004. Distributions-Oriented Verification of Ensemble Streamflow Predictions. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 5(3), 532-545.
  • Holman-Dodds, J. K., A. A. Bradley, and K. W. Potter, 2003. Evaluation of Hydrologic Benefits of Infiltration-Based Urban Storm Water Management. Journal of the American Water Resources Association , 39(1), 205-215.
  • Bradley, A. A., A. Kruger, E. A. Meselhe, M. V. I. Muste, 2002. Flow Measurement in Streams Using Video Imagery. Water Resources Research, 38(12), 1315, doi: 10.1029/2002WR001317.
  • Young, C. B., A. A. Bradley, W. F. Krajewski, A. Kruger, and M. L. Morrisey, 2000. An Evaluation of NEXRAD Multisensor Precipitation Estimates for Operational Hydrologic Forecasting. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 1(3), 241-254.
  • Bradley, A. A., 1998. Regional Frequency Analysis Methods for Evaluating Changes in Hydrologic Extremes. Water Resources Research, 35(4), 741-750.
Active Scientific and Professional Society Memberships: 
American Geophysical Union, Hydrology Section Secretary, Precipitation Committee; American Society of Civil Engineers; American Meteorological Society; American Society of Engineering Education; American Water Resources Association, National Research Council Committee on USGS Water Resources Research.