Civil Engineering Department and NOAA-CREST
The City College of the City University of New York
160 Convent Ave & 140th St
Steinman Hall, Room 126
New York, NY 10031, USA
My research concerns the impacts of climate change on the global hydrological cycle and fresh-water resources, with a focus on extreme events, including droughts and flooding. My main objective is to improve the understanding of historical and current impacts of climate change and global warming on the global hydrological cycle and to utilize this understanding in prediction of future climate conditions. My studies are generally on global and continental scales.
Research Interests: Water Resources Management; Climate Change; Extreme Events; Metaheuristic Optimization.
- Asadieh, B. and Krakauer, N.Y., (2015) “Global trends in extreme precipitation: climate models versus observations”, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 19(2), 877-891, doi: 10.5194/hess-19-877-2015.
- Asadieh, B., Krakauer, N. Y., and Fekete, B. M., (2016) “Historical Trends in Mean and Extreme Runoff and Streamflow Based on Observations and Climate Models”, Water, 8(5), 189, doi: 10.3390/w8050189.
- Asadieh, B. and Krakauer, N.Y., (2016) “Impacts of Changes in Precipitation Amount and Distribution on Water Resources Studied Using a Model Rainwater Harvesting System”, JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 1-22, doi: 10.1111/1752-1688.12472.
- Asadieh, B. and Krakauer, N.Y., (2015) “Implications of Changes in Precipitation Amount and Pattern for Water Resources: Global Study of Rainwater Harvesting Systems”, In 2015 AGU Fall Meeting, AGU, USA.
- Asadieh, B. and Krakauer, N.Y., (2014) “Historical Changes in Global Extreme Precipitation in Climate Models and Observations”, In AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts (vol. 1, p. 0491), AGU, USA.
Graduated September 2016