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Francisco Muñoz-Arriola, Ph.D.

Muñoz-Arriola is a researcher with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln working on an NSF funded grant with the FEWSTERN project.


      • Associate Professor of Hydroinformatics and Integrated Hydrology


      • University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Research Interests:

    • Data Science
    • Integrated Hydrology (nexus water quality-quantity)
    • Resilient Complex Systems
    • Predictability of Hydrometeorological and Climate Extremes
    • Nexus Water-Food-Energy-Ecosystems Services in a Changing
    • Environment
    • Phenotype predictability
    • Global Water System

Recent Publications:

ShaikR., F. Munoz-Arriola, D. A. Rico, and S. L. Bartelt-Hunt (2019). Modelling Water Temperature’s Sensitivity to Atmospheric Warming and River Flow. In Environmental Biotechnology: for sustainable future (Eds. R. B. Sobti, N. Arora, and R. Kothari) ISBN 978-981-10-7283-3.

Ou, G., F. Munoz-Arriola, D. Uden, D. Martin and C. Allen (2018). Groundwater Availability in a Changing Climate: The case of Irrigated Landscapes in Geopolitically Contentious Areas. Climatic Change.

Amaranto, A., F. Munoz-Arriola, G. Meyer, D. Solomatine, and G. Corzo (2018). Semi-seasonalPredictability of Water-table Changes Using Machine Learning Methods in Response to Integrated Hydroclimatic and Management Controls. Journal of Hydroinformatics.

Uden, D.R., C.R. Allen, F. Munoz-Arriola, G. Ou, and N. Shank (2018). A Framework for Tracing Social–Ecological Trajectories and Traps in Intensive Agricultural Landscapes. Sustainability.


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