A. Pouyan Nejadhashemi
A. Pouyan Nejadhashemi
University Foundation Professor, Michigan State University
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Climate change and livestock: Impacts, adaptation, and mitigation
MM Rojas-Downing, AP Nejadhashemi, T Harrigan, SA Woznicki
Climate Risk Management 16, 145-163, 2017
Climate change and eastern Africa: a review of impact on major crops
U Adhikari, AP Nejadhashemi, SA Woznicki
Food and Energy Security 4 (2), 110-132, 2015
Evaluation of targeting methods for implementation of best management practices in the Saginaw River Watershed
S Giri, AP Nejadhashemi, SA Woznicki
Journal of environmental management 103, 24-40, 2012
Water quality impact assessment of large-scale biofuel crops expansion in agricultural regions of Michigan
BJ Love, AP Nejadhashemi
Biomass and Bioenergy 35 (5), 2200-2216, 2011
A review of macroinvertebrate-and fish-based stream health indices
MR Herman, AP Nejadhashemi
Ecohydrology & Hydrobiology 15 (2), 53-67, 2015
Assessing best management practice implementation strategies under climate change scenarios
SA Woznicki, AP Nejadhashemi, CM Smith
Transactions of the ASABE 54 (1), 171-190, 2011
Uncertainty analysis of hydrologic and water quality predictions for a small watershed using SWAT2000
TM Sohrabi, A Shirmohammadi, TW Chu, H Montas, AP Nejadhashemi
Environmental Forensics 4 (4), 229-238, 2003
Modeling the hydrological significance of wetland restoration scenarios
E Martinez-Martinez, AP Nejadhashemi, SA Woznicki, BJ Love
Journal of environmental management 133, 121-134, 2014
Analysis of best management practice effectiveness and spatiotemporal variability based on different targeting strategies
S Giri, AP Nejadhashemi, S Woznicki, Z Zhang
Hydrological Processes 28 (3), 431-445, 2014
Modeling the effects of conservation practices on stream health
MD Einheuser, AP Nejadhashemi, SP Sowa, L Wang, YA Hamaamin, ...
Science of the total environment 435, 380-391, 2012
Evaluating the impacts of land use changes on hydrologic responses in the agricultural regions of Michigan and Wisconsin
AP Nejadhashemi, C Shen, BJ Wardynski, PS Mantha
2010 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, June 20-June 23, 2010, 1, 2010
Sensitivity Analysis of Best Management Practices Under Climate Change Scenarios
SA Woznicki, AP Nejadhashemi
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 48 (1), 90-112, 2012
Effects on aquatic and human health due to large scale bioenergy crop expansion
BJ Love, MD Einheuser, AP Nejadhashemi
Science of the total environment 409 (17), 3215-3229, 2011
Climate change and irrigation demand: Uncertainty and adaptation
SA Woznicki, AP Nejadhashemi, M Parsinejad
Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies 3, 247-264, 2015
Application of analytical hierarchy process for effective selection of agricultural best management practices
S Giri, AP Nejadhashemi
Journal of environmental management 132, 165-177, 2014
Evaluating the role of evapotranspiration remote sensing data in improving hydrological modeling predictability
MR Herman, AP Nejadhashemi, M Abouali, JS Hernandez-Suarez, ...
Journal of Hydrology 556, 39-49, 2018
Development and evaluation of a comprehensive drought index
E Esfahanian, AP Nejadhashemi, M Abouali, U Adhikari, Z Zhang, ...
Journal of environmental management 185, 31-43, 2017
Linking biological integrity and watershed models to assess the impacts of historical land use and climate changes on stream health
MD Einheuser, AP Nejadhashemi, L Wang, SP Sowa, SA Woznicki
Environmental management 51 (6), 1147-1163, 2013
Comparison of four models (STEPL, PLOAD, L-THIA, and SWAT) in simulating sediment, nitrogen, and phosphorus loads and pollutant source areas
AP Nejadhashemi, SA Woznicki, KR Douglas-Mankin
Transactions of the ASABE 54 (3), 875-890, 2011
Simulating stream health sensitivity to landscape changes due to bioenergy crops expansion
MD Einheuser, AP Nejadhashemi, SA Woznicki
Biomass and bioenergy 58, 198-209, 2013
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