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IIHR Grad Student Publishes Two Journal Papers

Posted on November 6th, 2019
Young man stands on a bridge with swirling river water and the Stanley Hydraulics Lab behind him.

IIHR graduate student Navid Jadidoleslam, first author on two journal papers, stands on the Burlington Street bridge with Stanley Hydraulics Lab behind him.

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

Jadidoleslam’s two papers are titled “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.

Read more on the UI College of Engineering website.

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