About the Lab
Farhadi’s Research group activities span from large-scale modeling of the exchange of heat, moisture, and carbon fluxes between the land and the atmosphere to small-scale particle modeling of free surface flows. We are interested in understanding and modeling land surface and land-atmosphere interaction and exchange processes, through development and utilization of innovative data assimilation, optimization, and numerical modeling techniques.
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Parisa successfully defended her dissertation, titled “Variational Assimilation of Land Surface Soil Moisture Observations for the Estimation of Key State and Parameters of the Diffuse Recharge Flux” on April 4th,...
We Published a new article in IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing