Dara Entekhabi receives the prestigious Hydrologic Sciences Award
Professor Dara Entekhabi has been selected by the American Geophysical Union (AGU) to receive the 2015 Hydrologic Sciences Award. Entekhabi is widely regarded as a leader in the exploration of the intricate processes that occur at the land-atmosphere boundary. His research focuses on the disciplines of hydrology, meteorology, and Earth remote sensing, with a specialized interest in the interactions between the land and atmosphere, as well as their role in hydrology and meteorology. “I was fortunate to enter this field at a revolutionary time,” said Entekhabi. “Hydrology as a geoscience marked a milestone the year I started as a young faculty. [The award] is a collective gratitude since the cited efforts all result from collaboration with colleagues and students. I stand as a proxy for them.” Read the article here.