are growing group of water resources, hydrology and river systems
students, researchers and faculty developing science and technology to
better understand, use and predict water distribution, variability and
research efforts focus on advancing the study of hydrologic and river
systems across a wide range of spatio-temporal scales and regions,
with a special focus on environmental sustainability. We particularly
concentrate on the study of hydro-systems under natural variability and
anthropogenic change that face new challenges society's water security and
extreme events prevetion and forecasting.
Our study topics span from atmospheric science, surface water and groundwater hydrology through complementary sciences like hydrometeorology, hydroclimatology, ecohydrology, surface hydrology, fluvial geomorphology, river hydraulics and sediment transport, hydroinformatics, hydrologic modeling, groundwater resources and well hydraulics.
We use tools that combine field observations from the atmosphere, surface and underground, with remotely sensed information from satellites, radars and unmanned systems, and high performance, distributed hydrological and river computational modeling to develop platforms for decision making under uncertainty. Please take a look at our research section for a wider description of current projects and group members.
|Hernan A. Moreno
Department of Geography and Environmental Sustainability
100 East Boyd St. SEC Suite 662
Phone: +1 (480) 399-0571