Hydrologic monitoring efforts featured in ASU End of Year video
“A Brighter Future For All” includes footage from Center graduate students Ruby Hurtado, Jose Becerra and Zachary Keller (MS 2021) on efforts for monitoring Arizona’s water for stewardship, conservation and sustainability goals. See video at the link below:
Mapping our water reserves for the future
Congratulations to Center professor Jay Famiglietti who was recently interviewed by ASU News on his work and thoughts regarding the state of Arizona water and tracking it from space: “We are having a moment here in Arizona in which I feel the stars and the planets are aligned so that we can make great progress…
ASU Flow 2023
A Water Year Event for Researchers and Practitioners. The Arizona Hydrological Society, Phoenix Chapter, and ASU’s Center for Hydrologic Innovations have partnered to bring the water community together to celebrate the start of the water year at ASU’s Walton Center for Planetary Health. This will be a unique opportunity for ASU students and researchers to meet practitioners from…
A new publication in Water Resources Research (Longyang and Zeng, 2023) describes a temporal analysis framework that is useful to quantify the decisions and trade-offs made by reservoir operators when managing for multiple outcomes. Congratulations to authors associated with the Center for Hydrologic Innovations!
Burcu Tezcan and Krista Lawless awarded CAP Water Research Awards
Two graduate students affiliated with the Hydrosystems Engineering program and the Center for Hydrologic Innovations at ASU were recently awarded a 2023 CAP Award for Water Research from the Central Arizona Project. First place went to Burcu Tezcan for her paper: Training a Non-Homogenous Hidden Markov Model with PMDI and Temperature to Create Climate Informed…
Swastik Ghimire awarded AHS scholarship
Graduate student Swastik Ghimire (MS) in the Civil, Environmental, and Sustainable Engineering program at ASU was recently awarded a 2023-2024 academic scholarship from the Arizona Hydrological Society. Swastik’s future goals and career aspirations are to become a hydrologist who can employ practical solutions to support equitable management of water resources, especially on issues like the…
A new publication in Environmental Modeling and Software (Whitney et al. 2023) describes a visualization tool for water managers and other stakeholders to explore climate change and forest disturbance modeling scenarios in the Colorado River. Congratulations to authors associated with the Center for Hydrologic Innovations!
Prof. Ruijie Zeng wins NSF CAREER award
Prof. Ruijie Zeng, assistant professor and faculty member in the Center for Hydrologic Innovations, won the 2023 CAREER award from the National Science Foundation to map and study agricultural drainage systems using drones, simulation models and machine learning algorithms. This prestigious early-career award will help his research group develop new innovations for agricultural systems, with…
Center highlighted in ASU Thrive magazine
ASU Thrive Magazine documents the Center for Hydrologic Innovations in the May issue (volume 26, number 3) with the following text under the headings of Create Change: Built for Impact, Engineering Water Solutions.
A new publication in the Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management (Whitney et al. 2023) describes a stakeholder engagement and scenario modeling approach for assessing the combined effects of forest disturbance and climate change in the Colorado River. Congratulations to authors associated with the Center for Hydrologic Innovations!