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Research Publications for Ali Shokri

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  • Shokri, A. (2017). A comparison between the DrainFlow and SCS-CN methods in rainfall-runoff modelling. In Water New Zealand Conference & Expo 2017.

  • Shokri, A. (2017). Evaluation of SCS-CN method using a fully distributed physically based coupled surface-subsurface flow model. In Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 19. Conference held Vienna, Austria: European Geosciences Union.

  • Shokri, A., Pittari, A., & Bardsley, W. E. B. (2017). Perched and leaky layers in complex surface-subsurface flow environments: the Kawerau shallow groundwater aquifer (New Zealand). Journal of Hydrology (NZ), 56(1), 47-58.

  • Shokri, A., & Bardsley, W. E. (2016). Development, testing and application of DrainFlow: A fully distributed integrated surface-subsurface flow model for drainage study. Advances in Water Resources, 92, 299-315. doi:10.1016/j.advwatres.2016.04.013

  • Shokri, A. (2016). Developing groundwater and surface water interaction methods for complex hydrological systems. (PhD Thesis, University of Waikato).

  • Shokri, A. (2015). Fully distributed integrated Surface/subsurface flow models: perspectives, applications and future. In Groundwater-Surface Water Interaction Workshop. Conference held Te Papa Tongawera, Wellington, New Zealand.

  • Shokri, A., & Bardsley, W. E. (2015). DrainFlow: a fully distributed integrated surface/subsurface flow model for drainage studies. In Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 17. Conference held Vienna, Austria: EGU General Assembly.

  • Wilson, S., & Shokri, A. (2015). Estimation of lag time of water and nitrate flow through the Vadose Zone: Waikato and Waipa River Catchments (HR/TLG/2015-2016/1.3).

  • Shokri, A. (2015). Tile drainage: potential research demands and opportunities. In NZ Hydrological Society Annual Conference. Conference held Hamilton, New Zealand.

  • Shokri, A., & Bardsley, W. (2014). Enhancement of the Hooghoudt Drain-Spacing Equation. Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering - ASCE, 140(10), 04014070-1-04014070-10. doi:10.1061/(ASCE)IR.1943-4774.0000835

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