A new publication, “Groundwater processes in Saharan Africa: Implication for landscape evolution in arid environments” by Abotalib Z.A. Farag, Mohamed Sultan, and Racha Elkadiri was accepted in the Earth-Science Reviews Journal.
Esayas Gebremichael, Abdullah Othman, and Hannah Pankratz recently recieved WMU’s Graduate College Student Travel Grant to help cover the costs of attending the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting this past December.
Abotalib received the award at the annual GSA meeting that took place November 1-4, 2015 in Baltimore, Maryland. The award is given to those who focus on desert research to encourage and promote others to do so as well.
Dr. Sultan presented a talk and Abotalib a poster at the annual Geological Society of America meeting that took place from November 1-4, 2015 in Baltimore, Maryland.
A new publication titled: Assessing and Improving Land Surface Model Outputs over Africa using GRACE, Field, and Remote Sensing Data by Mohamed Ahmed, Mohamed Sultan, Eugene Yan, and John Wahr got accepted to be published in the Journal of Surveys in Geophysics.
Dr. Mohamed Sultan and Dr. Mohamed Ahmed were both invited to present at the 2015 GRACE Science Team Meeting (GSTM) in Austin, TX. on the 21st-23rd of September. Dr. Mohamed Sultan present on “Forecasting GRACE Data Over Africa.” and Dr. Mohamed Ahmed presented on “Improving the Performance of Land Surface Models over Varying Hydrologic and …
Dr. Mohamed Ahmed attended the CESM Tutorial from the 10-14 of August, 2015 at the National Center for Atmospheric Research, Mesa Lab in Boulder, CO.
A new publication titled: Structural controls on groundwater flow in basement terrains: Geophysical, remote sensing, and field investigations in Sinai by L. Mohamed, M. Sultan, M. Ahmed, A. Zaki, W. Sauck, F. Soliman, E. Yan, R. Elkadiri, A. Aboelmagd got accepted to be in the Journal of Surveys in Geophysics
Dr. Mohamed Ahmed was invited to travel to Breckenridge, CO. to present at the 20th CESM workshop on “Improving the performance of land surface models over Africa using GRACE and remote sensing data.” This workshop took place on the 14th-18th of June.
Dr. Sultan was invited to travel to Saudi Arabia to the campus of King Saud University, Riyadh to present on the “Paleohydrology of the Arabian Peninsula.” The conference was put on by the Saudi Society for Geosciences to advance and enhance the geoscientific knowledge in geology and geophysics and its relations to the sustainable development.