The topic of her talk was on “Reduced Adjoint Variational Data Assimilation for Estimation of Soil Moisture Profile”.
Dr. Farhadi gave an invited talk on “coupled estimation of evapotranspiration and recharge from remotely sensed measurements of soil moisture and land surface temperature.” PhD students Abedeh and Parisa gave talks on “Mapping Evapotranspiration by Assimilating GOES LST and SMAP data” and “A Reduced-Adjoint Variational Data Assimilation for Estimating Soil Moisture Profile.”
Dr. Farhadi’s research and interests were featured in the space and earth issue of the science communication publication, Scientia.
The link to the article is: https://doi.org/10.33548/SCIENTIA450.
Abedeh accepted a postdoctoral position at The Center for Ocean-Land-Atmosphere Studies (COLA).
Abedeh successfully received her PhD Degree from George Washington University.
Asif joined our research group as a new PhD student.