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University of Connecticut School of Engineering Civil and Environmental Engineering

Mekonnen Gebremichael

Associate Professor


Ph.D., University of Iowa, 2004


Castleman Building Rm 309

Phone: 860-486-2771

Fax: 860-486-2298

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Research focus:

Remote Sensing of Hydrology

Watershed Hydrologic Modeling

Hydrometeorology

Stochastic Processes & Scaling


Research Website:
www.engr.uconn.edu/grg

Resume: Gebremichael Resume

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Recent publications:

Wang, X., M. Gebremichael, and J. Yan, 2010: Weighted likelihood copula modeling of extreme rainfall events in Connecticut. Journal of Hydrology, 390(1-2), 108-115

Laguardia, G., A. Di Domenico, and M. Gebremichael, 2010: On the critical behaviour of observed and simulated spatial soil moisture fields during SGP97. Remote Sensing, 2(9), 2097-2110, doi:10.3390/rs2092097

Gebremichael, M., J. Wang, and T. W. Sammis, 2010: Dependence of remote sensing evapotranspiration algorithms on spatial resolution. Atmospheric Research, 96(4), 489-495, doi:10.1016/j.atmosres.2009.12.003

Gebremichael, M., E. N. Anagnostou, and M. M. Bitew, 2010: Critical steps for continuing advancement of satellite rainfall applications for surface hydrology in the Nile River Basin. Journal of American Water Resources Association, 46(2), 361-366

Zeweldi, D.A., M. Gebremichael, J. Wang, T. Sammis, J. Kleissl, and D. Miller, 2010: Intercomparison of sensible heat flux from large aperture scintillometer and eddy covariance methods: Field experiment over a homogeneous semiarid region. Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 135(1), 151-159, doi:10.1007/s10546-009-9460-9