Amin Elshorbagy
Amin Elshorbagy
Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Saskatchewan
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Estimation of missing streamflow data using principles of chaos theory
A Elshorbagy, SP Simonovic, US Panu
Journal of Hydrology 255 (1-4), 123-133, 2002
1742002
Experimental investigation of the predictive capabilities of data driven modeling techniques in hydrology-Part 1: Concepts and methodology
A Elshorbagy, G Corzo, S Srinivasulu, DP Solomatine
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 14 (10), 1931, 2010
1382010
Modelling the dynamics of the evapotranspiration process using genetic programming
K Parasuraman, A Elshorbagy, SK Carey
Hydrological Sciences Journal 52 (3), 563-578, 2007
1382007
Performance evaluation of artificial neural networks for runoff prediction
A Elshorbagy, SP Simonovic, US Panu
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 5 (4), 424-427, 2000
1312000
Experimental investigation of the predictive capabilities of data driven modeling techniques in hydrology-Part 2: Application
A Elshorbagy, G Corzo, S Srinivasulu, DP Solomatine
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 14 (10), 1943, 2010
1272010
The use of object-oriented modeling for water resources planning in Egypt
SP Simonovic, H Fahmy, A El-Shorbagy
Water Resources Management 11 (4), 243-261, 1997
1241997
System dynamics approach to assess the sustainability of reclamation of disturbed watersheds
A Elshorbagy, A Jutla, L Barbour, J Kells
Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 32 (1), 144-158, 2005
1132005
Noise reduction in chaotic hydrologic time series: facts and doubts
A Elshorbagy, SP Simonovic, US Panu
Journal of Hydrology 256 (3-4), 147-165, 2002
1062002
On the relevance of using artificial neural networks for estimating soil moisture content
A Elshorbagy, K Parasuraman
Journal of Hydrology 362 (1-2), 1-18, 2008
982008
Object-oriented modeling approach to surface water quality management
A Elshorbagy, L Ormsbee
Environmental Modelling & Software 21 (5), 689-698, 2006
912006
Infiltration and drainage processes in multi-layered coarse soils
M Huang, S Lee Barbour, A Elshorbagy, JD Zettl, B Cheng Si
Canadian Journal of Soil Science 91 (2), 169-183, 2011
792011
Prediction of hourly actual evapotranspiration using neural networks, genetic programming, and statistical models
Z Izadifar, A Elshorbagy
Hydrological processes 24 (23), 3413-3425, 2010
642010
Group-based estimation of missing hydrological data: I. Approach and general methodology
AA Elshorbagy, US Panu, SP Simonovic
Hydrological sciences journal 45 (6), 849-866, 2000
632000
Estimating Saturated Hydraulic Conductivity Using Genetic Programming
K Parasuraman, A Elshorbagy, BC Si
Soil Science Society of America Journal 71 (6), 1676-1684, 2007
622007
Estimating saturated hydraulic conductivity in spatially variable fields using neural network ensembles
K Parasuraman, A Elshorbagy, BC Si
Soil Science Society of America Journal 70 (6), 1851-1859, 2006
612006
A stochastic reconstruction framework for analysis of water resource system vulnerability to climate‐induced changes in river flow regime
A Nazemi, HS Wheater, KP Chun, A Elshorbagy
Water Resources Research 49 (1), 291-305, 2013
602013
Managing water in complex systems: An integrated water resources model for Saskatchewan, Canada
E Hassanzadeh, A Elshorbagy, H Wheater, P Gober
Environmental Modelling & Software 58, 12-26, 2014
592014
Data-driven modelling approaches for socio-hydrology: opportunities and challenges within the Panta Rhei Science Plan
NJ Mount, HR Maier, E Toth, A Elshorbagy, D Solomatine, FJ Chang, ...
Hydrological Sciences Journal 61 (7), 1192-1208, 2016
552016
Simulation of the hydrological processes on reconstructed watersheds using system dynamics
A Elshorbagy, A Jutla, J Kells
Hydrological Sciences Journal 52 (3), 538-562, 2007
552007
Engineer morphing: Bridging the gap between classroom teaching and the engineering profession
A Elshorbagy, DJ Schonwetter
International Journal of Engineering Education 18 (3), 295-300, 2002
522002
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