In this week's interview, Mae Macfarlane speaks with Dr. Mohsen Tahmasebi Nasab from the Civil Engineering Department. They discuss the science of hydrology - the study of how water moves, is distributed, and can be managed - and explore various strategies for preserving water resources. Moreover, Dr. Tahmasebi Nasab shares his insights into teaching with passion and effective methods for engaging students in the classroom.
Dr. Tahmasebi Nasab's YouTube Channel
Water: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (start at 31:27)
The GIF of Lake Mead (start at 33:00)
Tahmasebi Nasab, M., Berg, S. S., Comba, L., Sellner, B., & Epperson, C. (2022). Impacts of seasonally frozen ground on streamflow recession in the Red River of the North Basin. River Research and Applications, 38(7), 1277–1284. https://doi.org/10.1002/rra.4025
Tahmasebi Nasab, M., & Chu, X. (2023). Impacts of Temperature Data Sets on Macroscale Snowmelt Simulations in the Missouri River Basin. Journal of Cold Regions Engineering, 37(2). https://doi.org/10.1061/JCRGEI.CRENG-580
Tahmasebi Nasab, M., & Chu, X. (2020). Macro-HyProS: A new macro-scale hydrologic processes simulator for depression-dominated cold climate regions. Journal of Hydrology. Vol. 580. https://librarysearch.stthomas.edu/permalink/01CLIC_STTHOMAS/1va4tc1/cdi_scopus_primary_2003987541