Leila Saberi (AGU-H3S Chair)
University of Minnesota – Twin Cities
Leila Saberi is a Ph.D. candidate in Hydrogeology at the University of Minnesota. Her research focuses on the climate change impacts on the eco-hydrochemistry of watersheds, particularly in cold regions. When not debugging the codes, she enjoys walking her cat and reading books.
Lorrayne Miralha’s Research Showcase: Environmental drivers of change and hydrological modeling: Novel considerations for future management in the US
I come from a rural community in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where agriculture is the main economy. During most of my life, I lived on a small farm surrounded by other farms that nowadays are a mix of settlements and bare lands. By seeing the changes in my surrounding from childhood to adulthood, I questioned … Continue reading Lorrayne Miralha’s Research Showcase: Environmental drivers of change and hydrological modeling: Novel considerations for future management in the US
A few months ago, while educators were following their usual routine to perform and conduct classes, COVID-19 emerged abruptly and disrupted everything, calling for a quick transition from face-to-face to online teaching. With limited time available and challenges that every individual faced, hydrology and water resources professors and lecturers had to develop new teaching activities … Continue reading Teaching Resources for Students and Instructors
AGU Hydrology Section Student Subcommittee (H3S) and CUAHSI are holding a cyberseminar series the last Friday of every month, aiming to provide career and personal guidance for students and early-career scientists. This year’s event series started on April 24th, 2020. This series will consist of a panel of experts from academia, government, and industry who … Continue reading AGU H3S-CUAHSI 2020 Spring and Summer Cyberseminar Series