Assefa M. Melesse
Assefa M. Melesse
Professor of Water Resources Engineering, Florida International University
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Land use and climate change impacts on the hydrology of the upper Mara River Basin, Kenya: results of a modeling study to support better resource management
LM Mango, AM Melesse, ME McClain, D Gann, SG Setegn
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 15 (7), 2245-2258, 2011
4082011
A comprehensive review on water quality parameters estimation using remote sensing techniques
MH Gholizadeh, AM Melesse, L Reddi
Sensors 16 (8), 1298, 2016
2932016
A coupled remote sensing and simplified surface energy balance approach to estimate actual evapotranspiration from irrigated fields
GB Senay, M Budde, JP Verdin, AM Melesse
Sensors 7 (6), 979-1000, 2007
2822007
Application of GIS-based data driven random forest and maximum entropy models for groundwater potential mapping: A case study at Mehran Region, Iran
O Rahmati, HR Pourghasemi, AM Melesse
catena 137, 360–372, 2016
2582016
Remote sensing sensors and applications in environmental resources mapping and modelling
AM Melesse, Q Weng, PS Thenkabail, GB Senay
Sensors 7 (12), 3209-3241, 2007
2572007
SWAT model application and prediction uncertainty analysis in the Lake Tana Basin, Ethiopia
SG Setegn, R Srinivasan, AM Melesse, B Dargahi
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 24 (3), 357-367, 2010
2522010
Suspended sediment load prediction of river systems: An artificial neural network approach
AM Melesse, S Ahmad, ME McClain, X Wang, YH Lim
Agricultural Water Management 98 (5), 855-866, 2011
2262011
Impact of climate change on the hydroclimatology of Lake Tana Basin, Ethiopia
SG Setegn, D Rayner, AM Melesse, B Dargahi, R Srinivasan
Water Resources Research 47 (4), 2011
2082011
Spatial delineation of soil erosion vulnerability in the Lake Tana Basin, Ethiopia
SG Setegn, R Srinivasan, B Dargahi, AM Melesse
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 23 (26), 3738-3750, 2009
1812009
Evaluation of the SWAT model’s snowmelt hydrology in a northwestern Minnesota watershed
X Wang, AM Melesse
Transactions of the ASAE 48 (4), 1359-1376, 2005
1792005
A comparison of various artificial intelligence approaches performance for estimating suspended sediment load of river systems: a case study in United States
E Olyaie, H Banejad, KW Chau, AM Melesse
Environ Monit Assess (2015) 187:189 DOI 10.1007/s10661-015-4381-1 187 (189), 2015
1622015
Effect of rainfall intensity, slope and antecedent moisture content on sediment concentration and sediment enrichment ratio
MB Defersha, AM Melesse
Catena 90, 47-52, 2012
1562012
Evaporation and evapotranspiration: measurements and estimations
W Abtew, A Melesse
Springer Science & Business Media, 2012
1472012
Modeling of Sediment Yield From Anjeni‐Gauged Watershed, Ethiopia Using SWAT Model
SG Setegn, B Dargahi, R Srinivasan, AM Melesse
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 46 (3), 514-526, 2010
1472010
Spatially distributed storm runoff depth estimation using Landsat images and GIS
AM Melesse, SF Shih
Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 37 (1-3), 173-183, 2002
1332002
Using hydrologic equivalent wetland concept within SWAT to estimate streamflow in watersheds with numerous wetlands
X Wang, W Yang, AM Melesse
Transactions of the ASABE 51 (1), 55-72, 2008
1152008
The Impact of Land Use Change on the Hydrology of the Angereb Watershed, Ethiopia
HE Getachew, AM Melesse
Int. j. water sci. 1 (4), 2012
1132012
EFFECTS OF STATSGO AND SSURGO AS INPUTS ON SWAT MODEL'S SNOWMELT SIMULATION
X Wang, AM Melesse
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 42 (5), 1217-1236, 2006
1132006
Modeling of sediment yield in Maybar gauged watershed using SWAT, northeast Ethiopia
HM Yesuf, M Assen, T Alamirew, AM Melesse
Catena 127, 191-205, 2015
1112015
Influences of potential evapotranspiration estimation methods on SWAT's hydrologic simulation in a northwestern Minnesota watershed
X Wang, AM Melesse, W Yang
Transactions of the ASABE 49 (6), 1755-1771, 2006
1072006
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