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Mohammed Ombadi

(MENAFN- The Conversation) Assistant Professor of Climate and Space Sciences Engineering, University of Michigan Profile Articles Activity

I'm a hydrologist, climate, and data scientist with a keen interest in understanding and quantifying climate change impacts on hydroclimatic extremes. From heavy storms and floods to heatwaves and droughts, I'm interested in studying the impacts these events have on our daily lives. My work focuses on bridging the gap between science and action, informing the development of adaptation and mitigation strategies to address the challenges posed by climate change.

  • 2023–present Assistant Professor of Climate and Space Sciences Engineering, University of Michigan
  • 2021–2023 Postdoctoral research fellow, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  • 2021
    University of California Irvine, Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • 2018
    University of California Irvine, M.Sc. in Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • 2014
    University of Khartoum, B.Sc. in Civil Engineering
  • 2023 Nature, A warming-induced reduction in snow fraction amplifies rainfall extremes.
  • 2022 Water Research, Urbanization and aridity mediate distinct salinity response to floods in rivers and streams across the contiguous United States
  • 2022 Weather and Climate Extremes, What's the temperature tomorrow? Increasing trends in extreme volatility of daily maximum temperature in Central and Eastern United States (1950–2019)
  • 2021 Journal of Hydrology, Complexity of hydrologic basins: A chaotic dynamics perspective
  • 2021 Atmospheric Research, How much information on precipitation is contained in satellite infrared imagery?
  • 2021 Journal of Hydrometeorology, Retrospective analysis and Bayesian model averaging of CMIP6 precipitation in the Nile River Basin
  • 2020 Water Resources Research, Evaluation of methods for causal discovery in hydrometeorological systems
  • 2018 Water Resources Research, Developing intensity‐duration‐frequency (IDF) curves from satellite‐based precipitation: Methodology and evaluation
Professional Memberships
  • American Geophysical Union
  • American Meteorological Society
  • American Society of Civil Engineers
  • National Society of Black Engineers

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