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Anil Acharya

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Assistant Professor


Ph.D., 2011, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Construction, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

M.S., 2006, Department of Civil and Infrastructure Engineering, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand

Bachelor in Civil Engineering, 2003, Department of Civil Engineering, Institute of Engineering, Tribhuvan University, Nepal

Professional Experience

Assistant Professor (2012 - present) - Alabama A&M University

Research Associate (2011 - 2012) - Idaho Water Center, University of Idaho, Boise, Idaho

Research/Teaching Assistant (2007 - 2011) - University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Nevada

Research Interest

Surface Water and Ground Water Interaction
Modeling of Water Resources Systems
HydroClimatic Modeling / Climate Studies and Hydrologic Forecasting
Environmental Impact Assessment (Water Quality Modeling)
GIS Applications in Water Resources

Recent Publications

  1. Acharya, A. and J.H. Ryu, (2014). Simple method for streamflow disaggregation. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 19(3): 509-519.

  2. Ryu, J, M. Sohrabi, and A. Acharya. Toward mapping gridded drought indices to mitigate drought impacts in a rapidly changing global environment. (Under Review, Water Resources Management).

  3. Acharya, A., A. Acharya and J. Duan, (2013). Three dimensional simulation of flow field around series of spur dikes. International Referred Journal of Engineering and Science, 2(7):36-57.

  4. Acharya, A., K. Lamb, and T.C. Piechota, (2013). Impacts of climate change on extreme precipitation events over Flamingo Tropicana watershed. Journal of American Water Resources Association, 49(2): 359-370. 

  5. Acharya, A., T.C. Piechota and G. Tootle (2012). Quantitative assessment of climate change impacts on the hydrology of the North Platte River watershed, Wyoming. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, doi:10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0000543.

Recent Grants

“Geospatial Education and Research Center (GERC) to strengthen environmental and natural resources sciences programs - USDA-NIFA Capacity Grant Award # 2013-38821-21130”, (Co-PI).

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Normal, AL, 35762

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