A. Pouyan Nejadhashemi

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Many watershed model interfaces have been developed in recent years for predicting field-scale sediment loads. They share the goal of providing data for decisions aimed at improving watershed health and the effectiveness of water quality conservation efforts. The objectives of this study were to: 1) compare three watershed-scale models (Soil and Water(More)
Accurate and efficient estimation of streamflow in a watershed's tributaries is prerequisite parameter for viable water resources management. This study couples process-driven and data-driven methods of streamflow forecasting as a more efficient and cost-effective approach to water resources planning and management. Two data-driven methods, Bayesian(More)
—Retaining water at the root level of crops has been a major focus in precision irrigation system from technological, societal, and environmental points of view. Subsurface water retention technology (SWRT) through impermeable membranes placed at certain depths under has shown 1.4 to 3.4-fold increase in production in crops. However, the sizing, placement(More)
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