Hydrology and Water Resources


 

Ongoing research in hydrology and water resources deals with surface and ground-water processes, hydrometeorology and hydroclimatology, watershed response to disturbance, remote sensing, data assimilation, hydrologic modeling and parameter estimation, multiobjective resources planning and management, numerical modeling of solute transport in groundwater, and optimization of conjunctive use of surface water and groundwater.

Faculty and Lecturers


Thumbnail Timu W. Gallien, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Urban coastal flood prediction, Wave runup and overtopping, Coastal hazards, Sea level rise, Flood control infrastructure and mitigation methods, Nearshore remote sensing and observation.
5732H Boelter Hall (310) 825-7731
Thumbnail Mekonnen Gebremichael, Ph.D.
5732F Boelter Hall (310) 794-4239
Hydrologic remote sensing; Uncertainty analysis; Water resource management and governance; International water resource development.
Thumbnail Steven A. Margulis, Ph.D., Vice Chair
5732D Boelter Hall (310) 267-5490
Surface hydrology, hydrometeorology, remote sensing, and data assimilation.
Thumbnail William W-G. Yeh, Ph.D.
5732B Boelter Hall (310) 825-2300
Groundwater hydrology, modeling of solute transport in groundwater, optimization of water resources systems.
Thumbnail Donald R. Kendall, Ph.D., P.E.
5731G Boelter Hall (209) 724-4337
Water supply reliability, water quality, and resource planning.