Ibrahim Nourein Mohammed
Telephone : +1 (802) 540 1046
Email : Ibrahim.Mohammed<at symbol>uvm.edu
University of Vermont
82 University Place
529 Cook Physical Science Building
Burlington, VT 05405
Office : 80 Colchester Ave
I consider myself a living, breathing, intelligent problem solver. I enjoy working with teaching as well as research because that satisfies my urge to explore physical sciences. I want to translate the knowledge I gain through research and problem solving to tangible benefits.
Working in physical and statistical hydrological modeling and their relations with climate and land cover is of highly interest to me. I am interested also in integrating and synthesizing water related science and engineering research activities to meet the growing demands for integrated expertise on water planning. Studying human and natural systems interactions with their associated impacts on water production and the biodiversity of freshwater ecosystems meets my professional goals.
Utah State University, civil and environmental engineering, Ph.D., Relationships between runoff, land cover and climate in the semi-arid inter-mountain region of the western U.S.A, January 2012, http://gradworks.umi.com/34/95/3495249.html, adviser: David Tarboton
Utah State University, civil and environmental engineering (hydrological science) M.S., Modeling the Great Salt Lake, May 2006, http://gradworks.umi.com/14/40/1440487.html, adviser: David Tarboton.
University of Khartoum, civil engineering B. S. (Honors), project: Rainwater drainage system in Omdurman, July 2000, adviser: Babiker Barsi.
Mohammed, I. N. and D. G. Tarboton, 2012, Simulated watershed responses to land cover changes using the Regional Hydro-Ecological Simulation System (RHESSys), Hydrol. Process. , (in Review)
N. and D. G. Tarboton, 2012, An
examination of the sensitivity of the Great Salt Lake to changes in
inputs, Water Resour. Res., 48,
Mohammed, I. N. and D. G. Tarboton, 2011, On the Interaction between bathymetry and climate in the system dynamics and preferred levels of the Great Salt Lake, Water Resour. Res., 47, W02525, doi:10.1029/2010WR009561.
Mohammed, I. N. and D. G. Tarboton, 2008, Watershed management and water production study for state of Utah, a report for the Utah Governor's public lands office. Civil and environmental engineering department, Logan, UT, p.163, http://www.governor.utah.gov/publiclands/PLPCOStudies/Watershed_Study_9_4_08.pdf.
Mohammed, I. N., D. G. Tarboton, R. Cohen, and U. Lall, 2010, An examination of the sensitivity of runoff in the northeastern US to 20th century development, paper presented in AGU 2010 fall meeting, abstract H43C-1263, EOS Trans. AGU, 13th-17th December 2010, San Francisco, CA.
Nicoletti, C. K., C. A. Lopez-morales, J. H. Hoover, B. G. Voigt, C. J. V๖r๖smarty, and I. N. Mohammed, 2010, Regional and state level water scarcity report: northeast United States, paper presented in 2010 AGU Fall Meeting, Abstract H43C-1264, EOS Trans. AGU, 13th-17th December 2010, San Francisco, CA.
Mohammed, I. N. and D. G. Tarboton, 2008, An approach to modeling the water balance sensitivity to landscape vegetation changes, paper presented in AGU 2008 Fall meeting, EOS Trans. AGU, 89(53), Abstract GC43C-0748, 15th - 19th December 2008, San Francisco, CA.
Mohammed, I. N. and D. G. Tarboton, 2008, How watershed management affects water production? A water balance sensitivity approach, paper presented in 2008 USU spring runoff, water management and water science in a water-short west, March 31st - April 1st, Logan, UT, http://wetwater.usu.edu/htm/conference.
Mohammed, I. N., and D. G. Tarboton, 2007, How watershed management and land-use affect water production in Utah? 2007 spring runoff conference, April 5th - 6th, Logan, UT, http://water.usu.edu/conference/.
Tarboton, D. G., and I. N. Mohammed, 2007, Salinity, evaporation and the rise and fall of the Great Salt Lake, in AWRA Utah section 2007 35th annual Conference, 15th May, Salt Lake City, UT, http://www.awra.org/state/utah/
Mohammed, I. N. and D. G. Tarboton, 2006, The Great Salt Lake salinity, how it affects evaporation? 2006 spring runoff conference, 27th - 28th March, Logan, Utah, http://water.usu.edu/conference/
Mohammed, I. N. and D. G. Tarboton, 2005, Connecting the dynamics of the Great Salt Lake volumes to the volume -area relationship, GSA 2005 annual meeting and exposition, 16th - 19th October, Salt Lake City, Utah, p.393. http://gsa.confex.com/gsa/2005AM/finalprogram/abstract_94336.htm
Mohammed, I. N. and D. G. Tarboton, 2005, Modeling the dynamics of the Great Salt Lake as an integrator of regional hydrologic and climate processes?, EOS Trans. AGU, 86(52), fall meeting supplemental, Abstract H41C-0422, 5th - 9th December, San Francisco, CA.
Tarboton, D. G., I. N. Mohammed and U. Lall, 2005, What makes the Great Salt Lake level go up and down?, 2005 GSA annual meeting and exposition, 16th - 19th October, Salt Lake City, UT, p. 162, http://gsa.confex.com/gsa/2005AM/finalprogram/abstract_95867.htm.
National Society of Black Engineers, NSBE 2007
Golden Key International Honor Society, GK 2007
National Geographic Science, NG 2006
Geological Society of America, GSA 2004
American Geophysical Union, AGU 2004
Sudanese Engineering Council, Sudan 2001
Hydrologic Synthesis Institute Fellowship, the CUNY Environmental Cross-Roads Initiative and the Northeast Consortium for Advancement of Hydrologic Science (CUAHSI), New York, NY 2010
Utah Water Research Laboratory (UWRL) Fellowship, Utah State University, Logan, UT 2004-2012
Ivanhoe Fellowship, The Ivanhoe Foundation, Ojai, CA 2004
Sir Edgar Horne prize for the best academic record, University of Khartoum, Khartoum, Sudan 2000
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