May/June 2018 [Paper submission] A research paper that I led has been recently submitted to Water Resources Research journal. This paper is about introducing two useful theories that can be used to re-frame the modeling of two well-known sociohydrologic phenomena … Continue reading
Good news. A paper that I participated as its corresponding author and led by one of my graduate students has been accepted at a top journal in the field of water resources and hydrological sciences: Water Resources Research. Title: Effects … Continue reading
A proposal that I participated as a co-PI (along with other researchers in Idaho and Purdue) to USDA NIFA seed grant program has been awarded. Project Title: Measuring feedbacks between farmer adaptation to irrigation water restrictions, land use change, and water … Continue reading
Two Purdue graduate students who took my courses ( community resilience, dynamics of social-ecological-technical systems) led and recently completed two manuscripts, to which I contributed as a co-author. These two papers were recently submitted to Natural Hazard and International Journal of … Continue reading
A new paper on long-term qualitative analysis of coastal resilience has been published. It was co-authored by me. Ishtiaque, A., N. Sangwan, and D. Yu. 2017. Robust-yet-fragile nature of partly engineered social-ecological systems: a case study of coastal Bangladesh. Ecology … Continue reading
Three co-authored papers (of which two are led by my graduate students) have been submitted to a special section “Socio-hydrology: Spatial and Temporal Dynamics of Coupled Human-Water Systems” in Water Resources Research.
A couple weeks ago, I delivered an invited talk at JpGU-AGU 2017 meeting in Chiba, Japan. Title of the talk is “A behavioral approach to understanding human-water interactions under hydrological variability“. Honored to have met and spent time with leading … Continue reading