CEE PhD student publishes two first-author papers in prestigious Journal of Hydrology

Navid Jadidoleslam, a PhD student in Civil and Environmental Engineering, has published two papers in the Journal of Hydrology. Jadidoleslam is also part of two college research centers - the Iowa Flood Center and IIHR—Hydroscience & Engineering.

Jadidoleslam's two papers are: "Investigating the role of antecedent SMAP satellite soil moisture, radar rainfall and MODIS vegetation on streamflow predictions in an agricultural region" and "Data-driven stochastic model for basin and sub-grid variability of SMAP satellite soil moisture." The full citations are below:

Jadidoleslam, N., R. Mantilla, and W.F. Krajewski, Investigating the role of antecedent SMAP satellite soil moisture, radar rainfall and MODIS vegetation on streamflow predictions in an agricultural region, Journal of Hydrology, doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2019.124210, 2019 (in press).

 Jadidoleslam, N., R. Mantilla, W.F. Krajewski and M. Cosh, Data-driven stochastic model for basin and sub-grid variability of SMAP satellite soil moisture, Journal of Hydrology, 576, 85-97, 2019.

About the Journal of Hydrology

Journal of Hydrology publishes original research papers and comprehensive reviews in all the subfields of the hydrological sciences, including water based management and policy issues that impact on economics and society. These comprise, but are not limited to the physical, chemical, biogeochemical, stochastic and systems aspects of surface and groundwater hydrology, hydrometeorology, hydrogeology and hydrogeophysics.

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