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Michael Durham

Hydrogeology & Remote Sensing
Principal Research Associate – WRRS Lab

Contact Info

Office:
#122
Curriculum Vitae:
Education:

Master of Art (M.A.), Hydrogeology and Glacial Geomorphology - Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan. Research: Glacial Mapping and Subsurface Exploration of the Glenn, Lacota, and South Haven U.S.G.S 7.5 Minute Quadrangles of Allegan County, Michigan.

Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Geology - Grand Valley State University, Allendale, Michigan. Research: Sedimentary Analysis of Glacial Sediments from Ottawa County, Michigan.

 

Research Interests:

University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia. Dissertation: Physically Ungauged Basins (PUBs): Development and evaluation of enhanced hydrologic measurements for construction and calibration of hydrological models in arid and semi-arid environments.

Selected Publications:

Milewski, A., Seyoum, W., El Kadiri, R., and Durham, M., 2018, Multi-Scale Hydrologic Sensitivity to Climatic and Anthropogenic Changes in Morocco, Geosciences, In Press..

Milewski, A., El Kadiri, R., and Durham, M., 2015, Assessment and Intercomparison of TMPA Satellite Precipitation Products in Varying Climatic and Topographic Regimes in Morocco, Remote Sensing, v. 7, 5697-5717.

Seyoum, W., Milewski, A., and Durham, M., 2015, Understanding the Relative Impact of Natural Processes and Human Activities on the Hydrology of the Central Rift Valley Lakes, Ethiopia, Hydrologic Processes, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10490.

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