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Sinkholes, subsidence and subrosion on the eastern shore of the Dead Sea as revealed by a close-range photogrammetric survey
D Al-Halbouni, EP Holohan, L Saberi, H Alrshdan, A Sawarieh, D Closson, ...
Geomorphology 285, 305-324, 2017
672017
Multi-scale temporal variability in meltwater contributions in a tropical glacierized watershed
L Saberi, RT McLaughlin, GHC Ng, J La Frenierre, AD Wickert, M Baraer, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 23 (1), 405-425, 2019
422019
Sinkholes and uvalas in evaporite karst: spatio-temporal development with links to base-level fall on the eastern shore of the Dead Sea
RA Watson, EP Holohan, D Al-Halbouni, L Saberi, A Sawarieh, D Closson, ...
Solid Earth 10 (4), 1451-1468, 2019
252019
Optimal waste load allocation using graph model for conflict resolution
L Saberi, MH Niksokhan
Water Science and Technology 77 (11), 2016
252016
GSFLOW–GRASS v1. 0.0: GIS-enabled hydrologic modeling of coupled groundwater–surface-water systems
GHC Ng, AD Wickert, LD Somers, L Saberi, C Cronkite-Ratcliff, ...
Geoscientific Model Development 11 (12), 4755-4777, 2018
242018
Sinkholes, stream channels and base-level fall: a 50-year record of spatio-temporal development on the eastern shore of the Dead Sea
RA Watson, EP Holohan, D Al-Halbouni, L Saberi, A Sawarieh, D Closson, ...
Solid Earth Discuss 10, 2018
102018
Spatiotemporal Drivers of Hydrochemical Variability in a Tropical Glacierized Watershed in the Andes
L Saberi, GH Crystal Ng, L Nelson, W Zhi, L Li, J La Frenierre, ...
Water Resources Research 57 (5), e2020WR028722, 2021
42021
Migration of sinkhole development along the eastern shore of the Dead Sea
E Holohan, L Saberi, R Watson, D Al-Halbouni, A Sawarieh, D Closson, ...
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 8701, 2018
12018
Optimal Waste Load Allocation Using Multi-Objective Optimization and Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis
L Saberi, MH Niksokhan, A Sarang
Water and Soil 30 (1), 88-98, 2016
12016
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