What we do?

We apply integrated (geophysics, remote sensing, numerical modeling, GIS) approaches to investigate a wide range of complex hydrological, geological, and environmental problems. Our current research activities involve the use of spaceborne, airborne, and terrestrial geophysical data (GRACE, gravity, magnetic, seismic, GPR, resistivity), remote sensing data (visible, thermal, radar), numerical modeling (SWAT, CESM), statistical approaches (artificial neural network), as well as GIS techniques to monitor availability and variability of freshwater resources in arid and semi-arid environments (e.g., Texas, Middle East, Africa).

We encourage you to examine the section titled “Research” to see the current projects that we are working on!.