International Journal Articles (ISI-WoS)

  1. Sadeghi, L., Saghafian, B., and Moazami, S., 2019, Evaluation of IMERG and MRMS remotely-sensed snowfall products, International Journal of Remote Sensing, Apr., 40(11): 4175-4192.
  2. Khalaj, M., Kholghi, M., Saghafian, B., and J. Bazrafshan, 2019, Impact of climate variation and human activities on groundwater quality in northwest of Iran, J. of Water Supply: Research and Technology, accepted.
  3. Sane, I., Saghafian, B., and A. Hassanjabbar, 2019, Reconstruction of water balance components using tree-ring proxy records, Water and Environment Journal, accepted.
  4. Sharifi, E., Saghafian, B., and R. Steinacker, 2019, Copula-based Stochastic Uncertainty Analysis of Satellite Precipitation Products, Journal of Hydrology, accepted.
  5. Sharifi, E., Saghafian, B., and R. Steinacker, 2019, Downscaling Satellite Precipitation Estimates with Multiple Linear Regression, Artificial Neural Networks and Spline Interpolation Techniques, Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres, accepted.
  6. Kolachian. R., and Saghafian, B., 2019, Deterministic and probabilistic evaluation of raw and post processed sub-seasonal to seasonal precipitation forecasts in different precipitation regimes, Theoretical and Applied Climatology, accepted.
  7. Sanginabadi, H., Saghafian, B., and Delavar, M., 2019, Coupled groundwater drought-water scarcity index for intensively over-drafted aquifers, ASCE J. of Hydrologic Engineering, accepted.

  1. Dehghanian, N., Mousavi Nadoushani, S.S. and Saghafian, B., 2018, A Fuzzy Hybrid Clustering Method for Identifying Hydrologic Homogeneous Regions, J. of Hydroinformatics, 20(6): 1367-1386.
  2. Hassanjabbar, A., Saghafian, B., and Jamali, S., 2018, Multi-reservoir system management under alternative policies and environmental operating conditions, Hydrology Research, 49 (6): 1817-1830.
  3. Karbasi, M., Shokoohi, A.R., Saghafian, B., 2018, Loss of Life Estimation Due to Flash Floods in Residential Areas using a Regional Model, Water Resources Management, Nov., 32(14): 4575-4589.
  4. Yazdi, J., Moghaddam, M.S., Saghafian, B., 2018, Optimal Design of Check Dams in Mountainous Watersheds for Flood Mitigation, Water Resources Management, 32:4793–4811.
  5. Safavi, S., Shamsai, and Saghafian, B., 2018, Reduced-Order Salinity Modeling of the Urmia Lake Using MIKE3 and Proper Orthogonal Decomposition Models, Water Resources, 45(5): 728-737.
  6. Aminyavari, S., Saghafian, B., and Delavar, M., 2018, Evaluation of TIGGE ensemble forecasts of precipitation in distinct climate regions in Iran, Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 35(4): 457-468
  7. Sharifi, E., Steinacker, R., and Saghafian, B., 2018, Multi Time-Scale Evaluation of High-Resolution Satellite-Based Precipitation Products over Northeast of Austria, Atmospheric Research. 206: 46-63.
  8. Kefayati, M., Saghafian, B., Ahmadi, A., and Babazadeh, H., 2018, Empirical evaluation of river basin sustainability affected by inter-basin water transfer using composite indicators, Water and Environment Journal, 32: 104-111
  9. Saghafian, B., Ghasemi Aghbalaghi, S., and Nasseri, M., 2018, Backcasting Long Term Climate Data: Evaluation of Hypothesis, Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 132(3/4): 717-726
  1. Rashidi, M.H., Saghafian, B., and Bazargan‑Lari, M.R., 2017, Best management practices (BMPs) site selection for reducing urban surface runoff at target locations, Desalination and Water Treatment, Oct., 94: 109–119.
  2. Tayefeh, N., Zahraie, B., and Saghafian, B., 2017, Coupling snow accumulation and melt rate modules of monthly water balance models with the Jazim monthly water balance model, Hydrological Sciences Journal, 62(14): 2348–2368.
  3. Oftadeh, E., Shourian, M., and Saghafian, B., 2017, An ultimatum game theory based approach for basin scale water allocation conflict resolution, Water Resources Management,  31(13): 4293–4308
  4. Dehghani, M., Saghafian, B., Rivaz, F., and Khodadadi, A., 2017, Evaluation of Dynamic Regression and Artificial Neural Networks Models for Real Time Hydrological Drought Forecasting, Arabian Journal of Geosciences, 10(12) 266:1-13.
  5. Azari, M., Saghafian, B., Moradi, H.R., and Faramarzi, M., 2017, Effectiveness of soil and water conservation practices under climate change in the Gorganroud basin, Iran. CLEAN–Soil, Air, Water, Aug, 45(8): 1-12
  6. Heidarpour, H., Saghafian, B., Yazdi, J., and Azamathulla, H.M., 2017, Effect of extraordinary large floods on at-site flood frequency analysis, Water Resources Management, 31(13): 4187–4205
  7. Rashidi Mehrabadi, M.H., Saghafian, B., Bazargan-Lari, M.R., 2017, Model. Simulation and feasibility of biological and structural BMPs for stormwater control in the urbanizing watersheds, Earth Syst. Environ. 3: 719-731.
  8. Ghasemi, A.R., Saghafian, B., and Golian, S., 2017, Optimal Location of Artificial Recharge of Treated Wastewater Using Fuzzy Logic Approach, Journal of Water Supply: Research and Technology – AQUA, 66(3): 141-156
  9. Rashidi Mehrabadi M. H., Saghafian B., Ghalkhani H., 2017, Quantitative and qualitative assessment of rainwater harvesting as an alternative water source in semi-industrial areas. Desalination and Water Treatment 65: 125-135.
  10. Saghafian, B., Haghneghahdar, A., Dehghani, M., 2017, Effect of ENSO on Annual Maximum Floods and Volume Over Threshold in Southwestern Region of Iran, Hydrological Sciences Journal, 62(7): 1039-1049.
  11. Mehdikhani, A.H., Saghafian, B., and Arasteh, P.D., 2017, A new damage-probability approach for risk analysis of rain-fed agricultural systems under meteorological drought, KSCE Journal of Civil Engineering. 21(4): 1453–1461.
  12. Khodadoost, S., Saghafian, B., and Moazzami, S., 2017, Comprehensive evaluation of 3- hourly TRMM and half-hourly GPM-IMERG satellite precipitation products, International Journal of Remote Sensing, 38(2): 558-571.
  13. Ghasemi, A.R., Saghafian, B., and Golian, S., 2017, System dynamics approach for simulating water resources of an urban water system with emphasis on sustainability of groundwater, Environmental Earth Sciences, Sept., 76(18):637(1-15).
  1. Saghafian, B., Davtalab, R., Rafieeinasab, A. and Ghanbarpour, M.R., 2016, An Integrated Approach for Site Selection of Snow Measurement Stations, Water, 8(11), 539:1-13.
  2. Afshar, S., Saghafian, B., and Vosoughifar, H.R., 2016, Source apportionment of the sediments entering dam using lithological and mineralogical studies, Global J. Environ. Sci. Management, 2(3): 265-274
  3. Heydari, F., Saghafian, B., and Delavar, M., 2016, Coupled quantity-quality simulation-optimization model for conjunctive surface-groundwater use, Water Resources Management, September, 30 (12): 4381–4397.
  4. Afshar, S., Shamsai, A., and Saghafian, B.,  Dam sediment tracking using spectrometry and Landsat 8 Satellite Image, Taleghan Basin, Iran, Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. Feb., 188:104.
  5. Razmara, P., Motiee, H., Massah Bavani, A., Saghafian, B., and Torabi, S., 2016, Risk assessment of climate change impacts on runoff in Urmia Lake basin, Iran, J. of Hydrologic Engineering, ACSE, 21(8), 04016023 (1-10).
  6. Oftadeh, E., Shourian, M., and Saghafian, B., 2016, Evaluation of The Bankruptcy Approach for Water Resources Allocation Conflict Resolution at Basin Scale, Iran’s Lake Urmia Experience, Water Resources Management,  30(10): 3519-3533.
  7. Zakeri Niri, M., Saghafian, B., and Golian, S. Analytical derivation of overland travel-time based on diffusive wave solution, J. of Hydrologic Engineering, ASCE, 21(2), 04015065(1-7).
  8. Saghafian, B., Noroozpour, S., Kiani, M. and Rafieei Nasab, A., 2016, A coupled Modclark curve number rainfall-runon-runoff model, Arabian Journal of Geosciences, 9(4), 1-13.
  9. Sharifi, E., Steinacker, R., and Saghafian, B., 2016, Assessment of GPM-IMERG and Other Precipitation Products against Gauge Data under Different Topographic and Climatic Conditions in Iran: Preliminary Results, Remote Sensing, 8(2), 135.
  10. Azari, M., Moradi, H.R., Saghafian, B., and Faramarzi, M., 2016, Climate change impacts on stream flow and sediment yield in North of Iran, Hydrological Sciences Journal, 61(1): 123-133.
  11. Ghobadi, F., Saghafian, B., Araghinejad, S., 2016, Environmental management in Urmia Lake: Thresholds approach, International Journal of Water Resources Development, 32(1): 77-88. (View of abstract)
  1. Safavi, S., Shamsai, A., Saghafian, B., and Bateni, S.M., Modeling spatial pattern of salinity using MIKE21 and principal component analysis technique in Urmia Lake, Current World Environment, 10(2), 626-633.
  2. Saghafian, B., and Ghobadi, F., Hydrological Drought Early Warning Based on Rainfall Threshold, Natural Hazards, 79(2), 815-832. (View of abstract)
  3. Heidarpour, B., Saghafian, B., and Golian, S., The Effect of Involving Exceptional Outlier Data on Design Flood Magnitude, Current World Environment, 10(2), 698-706.
  4. Saghafian, B., Jannaty, M.H., and Ezami, N., Inverse Hydrograph Routing Optimization Model Based on Kinematic Wave Approach, Engineering Optimization, 47(8), 1031-1042. (View of abstract)
  5. Dehghani, M., Saghafian, B., Rivaz, F., and Khodadadi, A., 2015, Monthly streamflow forecasting via dynamic spatio-temporal models, Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, 29(3): 861-874. (View of abstract)
  6. Saghafian, B., Meghdadi, A.R., and Sima, S., 2015, Application of the WEPP model to determine sources of runoff and sediment in a forested watershed, Hydrological Processes, 29(4): 481-497.  (View of abstract)
  1. Mohammadpour, O., Hassanzadeh, Y., Khodadadi, A., Saghafian, B., 2014, Selecting the best flood flow frequency model using multi-criteria group decision-making, Water Resources Management, 28(12): 3957-3974. (View of abstract)
  2. Dehghani, M., Saghafian, B., Rivaz, F., and Khodadadi, A., 2014, Uncertainty Analysis of Monthly Streamflow Forecasting, Current World Environment, 9(3): 894-902. (View of abstract)
  3. Shafiei, M., Ghahraman, B., Saghafian, B., Davary, K., Pande, S., and Vazifedoust, M., 2014, Uncertainty assessment of the agro-hydrological SWAP model application at field scale: A case study in a dry region, Agricultural Water Management, Dec., 146: 324-334. (View of abstract)
  4. Saghafian, B., Golian, S. and Khodadadi, H., 2014, Quasi-online flood forecasting in downstream of dams based on rainfall thresholds. Hydrology Research, 45(4-5):519-528. (View of abstract)
  5. Shafiei, M., Ghahraman, B., Saghafian, B., Pande, S., Gharari, S.,  and Davary, K., 2014, Assessment of rain-gauge networks using a probabilistic GIS based approach, Hydrology Research, 45(4/5):551-562. (View of abstract)
  6. Amini, A., Taherei Ghazvinei, P., Javan, M., and Saghafian, B., 2014, Evaluating the impacts of watershed management on runoff storage and peak flow in Gav-Darreh watershed, Kurdistan, Iran, Arabian Journal of Geosciences, Aug, 7(8): 3271-3279. (View of abstract)
  7. Noroozpour, S., Saghafian, B., Akhondali, A.M. and Radmanesh, F., 2014, Travel time of curved parallel hillslopes, Hydrology Research, May, 45(2): 190-199. (View of abstract)
  8. Byzedi, M., Saghafian, B., Mohammadi, K., and Siosemarde, M., 2014, Regional analysis of streamflow drought: a case study in southwestern Iran, Environmental Earth Sciences, 71(6): 2955-2975. (View of abstract)
  9. Saghafian, B., Ghasemi, A.R., and Golian, S., 2014, Flood frequency analysis based on simulated peak discharges, Natural Hazards, 71:403–417. (View of abstract)
  10. Dehghani, M., Saghafian, B., Farokhnia, A.,  Noori, R., 2014, Uncertainty analysis of streamflow drought forecast using Artificial Neural Networks and Monte Carlo Simulation, Int. J. of Climatology, Mar., 34: 1169-1180. (View of abstract)
  11. Saghafian, B., and Mehdikhani, H., 2014, Drought characterization using a new copula-based trivariate approach, Natural Hazard, July, 72(3): 1391-1407. (View of abstract)
  12. Khazaei, M., Zahabiyoun, B., Saghafian, B., and Ahmadi, S., 2014, Development of an automatic calibration tool using genetic algorithm for the ARNO conceptual rainfall-runoff model, Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering, 39(4): 2535-2549, DOI 10.1007/s13369-013-0903-8. (View of abstract)
  1. Khazaee, M.R., Ahmadi, S., Saghafian, B., and Zahabioun, B., 2013, A newdaily weather generator to preserve extremes and low-frequency variability, Climatic Change, 119: 631-645, DOI 10.1007/s10584-013-0740-5.  (View of abstract)
  2. Rashidi, M.H., Saghafian, B., and Haghighi, F., 2013, Assessment of residential rainwater harvesting efficiency for meeting non-potable water demands in three climate conditions, Resources, Conservation & Recycling, Apr, 73:86-93. (View of abstract)
  3. Chavoshi, S., Sulaiman, W.N.A., Saghafian, B., Sulaiman, M.N.B., and Manaf, L.A., 2013, Regionalization by Fuzzy Expert System Based Approach Optimized by Genetic Algorithm, J. of Hydrology, 486: 271-280 ( (View of abstract)
  4.  Saghafian,  B., Golian, S., Elmi, M., and Akhtari, R., 2013, Monte Carlo Analysis of the Effect of Spatial Distribution of Storms on Prioritization of Flood Source Areas, Natural Hazards, 66(2): 1059-1071, March (DOI 10.1007/s11069-012-0537-2). (View of abstract)
  5. Saghafian, B., Anvari, S., and Morid, S., 2013, Effect of SOI and spatially distributed climate data on improving the accuracy of ANN, ANFIS and K-NN streamflow forecasting models, Expert Systems, 30(4): 367-380. (View of abstract)
  6. Ghalkhani, H., Golian, S. Saghafian, B., Farokhnia, A. and Shamseldin, A., 2013, Application of surrogate artificial intelligent models for real-time flood routing, Water and Environment Journal, Dec, 27(4): 535-548. (View of abstract)
  7. Chavoshi, S., Sulaiman, W.N.A., Saghafian, B., Sulaiman, M.N.B., and Manaf, L.A., 2013, Flood prediction in Southern Strip of Caspian Sea Watershed, Water Resources, Nov., 40(6): 593-605. (View of abstract)
  8. Sabzevari, T., Saghafian, B., Talebi, A., and Ardakanian, R., 2013, Time of concentration of surface flow in complex hillslopes, J. Hydrol. Hydromech., 61, 4: 269-277. (View of abstract)
  9. Taheri Shahraiyni, H., Ghafouri, M., Saghafian, B., and Bagheri, S., 2013, Evaluation of novel fuzzy method and conceptual model in the long-term daily streamflow simulation, J. River System, 20(3/4): 249-260. (View of abstract)
  10. Hosseinzadeh, Y., Saghafian, B., and Bakhtiary, A., 2013, Impact Assessment of Periodical Variation Discharges on Water Quality of Anzali Wetland, Switzerland Research Park Journal, 102(4): 228-234. (View of abstract)
  11. Amini, A., Taherei Ghazvinei, P., Javan, M., Saghafian, B., Evaluating the impacts of watershed management on runoff storage and peak flow in Gav-Darreh watershed, Kurdistan, Iran, Arabian Journal of Geosciences, Pulished Online. DOI: 10.1007/s12517-013-0950-1. (View of abstract)
  1. Oraei Zare, S., Saghafian,  B., and Shamsai, A., 2012, Multi-objective optimization for combined quality–quantity urban runoff control, Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., Nov., 16: 4531-4542, doi:10.5194/hess-16-4531-2012, 2012.
  2. Oraei Zare, S., Saghafian, B., Shamsai, A., and Nazif, S., 2012,
    Multi-objective optimization using evolutionary algorithms for qualitative and quantitative control of urban runoff, Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci. Discuss., 9, 777-817, doi:10.5194/hessd-9-777-2012.
  3. Chavoshi, S., Sulaiman, W.N.A., Saghafian, B., Sulaiman, M.N.B., and Latifah, A.M., 2012, Soft and Hard Clustering Methods for Delineation of Hydrological Homogeneous Regions in the Southern Strip of the Caspian Sea Watershed, Journal of Flood Risk Management, Dec., 5(4): 282-294.
  4. Khazaee, M.R., Zahabioun, B., and Saghafian, B., 2012, Assessment of climate change impact on floods using weather generator and continuous rainfall-runoff model, International Journal of Climatology, Nov., 32(13): 1997-2006.
  5. Saghafian, B., Sima, S., Sadeghi, S., Jeirani, F., 2012, Application of unit response approach for spatial prioritization of runoff and sediment sources, Agricultural Water Management, 109: 36-45.
  6. Golian, S., Saghafian,  B., and Farokhnia, A., 2012, Copula-based interpretation of continuous rainfall-runoff simulations of a watershed in northern Iran, Canadian Journal
    of Earth Sciences, 49: 681-691.
  7. Taheri Shahraiyni, H. T., Ghafouri, M. R., Shouraki, S. B. Saghafian, B. and Nasseri, M, 2012, Comparison between Active Learning Method and Support Vector Machine for runoff modeling, J. Hydrol. Hydomech., 60(1): 16-32.
  8. Zakery, M., Saghafian, B., Golian, S., Moramarco, T., and Shamsaee, A., 2012, Derivation of Travel Time Based on Diffusive Wave Approximation for the Time-Area Hydrograph Simulation, J. of Hydrologic Engineering, ASCE, 17(1): 85-91.
  9. Abdolhay, A., Saghafian, B., Soom, M. A. M., and Gazali A. H. B., 2012, Identification of homogenous regions in Gorganrood basin (Iran) for the purpose of  regionalization, Natural Hazards, 61: 1427-1442.
  10. Shokoohi, A., and Saghafian, B., 2012, A semi analytical solution for rising limb of hydrograph in 2D overland flow, International Journal of Civil Engineering, 10(1): 43-50.
  1. Taheri Shahraiyni, H., Ghafouri, M. Bagheri, S., and Saghafian, B., 2011, A new fuzzy modeling method for the runoff simulation in the Karoon basin. International Journal of Water Resources and arid Environments, 1(6): 440-449.
  2. Golian, S., Saghafian, B., Maknoon, R., and Elmi, M., 2011, Probabilistic rainfall thresholds for flood forecasting: Evaluating different methodologies for modeling rainfall spatial correlation, Hydrological Processes, June 2011, 25(13): 2046-2055, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.7956.
  1. Rahimi, M., Saghafian, B., Azadi, M., and Sedghi, H., 2010, Flood forecasting in arid and semi arid region using continuous hydrological modeling, World Applied Science Journal, 10(6): 645-654.
  2. Golian, S., Saghafian, B., Sheshangosht, S. and Ghalkhani, H., 2010, Comparison of classification and clustering methods in spatial rainfall pattern recognition at Northern Iran, Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 102(3/4 Nov.): 319-329.
  3. Saghafian, B., Ghermezcheshmeh, B., and Khierkhah, M.M., 2010, Iso-flood severity mapping: a new tool for distributed flood source identification, Natural Hazards, 55(2), 557-570.
  4. Golian, S., Saghafian, B., and Maknoon, R., 2010, Derivation of probabilistic thresholds of spatially distributed rainfall for flood forecasting, Water Resources Management, 24(13): 3547-3559.
  5. Saghafian, B., and Noroozpour, S., 2010, Comments on development and testing of a new storm runoff routing approach based on time variant spatially distributed travel time method, Journal of Hydrology, 381, 372-373.
  1. Abdolhay, A., Amin, Saghafian, B., and Ghazali, 2009, Development of flood regional model in Gorganrood basin, International Journal of Energy and Environment, 3(2).
  2. Jalali, N., Saghafian, B., Imanov, F. and Museyyibov, M., 2009, Recognition of shallow karst water resources and cave potentials using thermal infrared image and terrain characteristics in semi-arid regions of Iran, International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 11(6): 439-447.
  3. Yazdani, M.R., Saghafian, B., Mahdian, M.H., and Soltani, S., 2009, Monthly runoff estimation using artificial neural networks, Journal of Agricultural Science and Technology (JAST), 11(3):  355-362.
  4. Saghafian, B., 2009, Regional hydrologic mapping of flows in stream networks, International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 11(5): 317-323.
  5. Raziei, T., Saghafian, B., Paulo, A.A., Pereira, L.S., and Bordi, I., 2009, Spatial patterns and temporal varability of drought in western Iran, Water Resources Management, 23(3): 439-455.
  1. Saghafian, B., and Rahimi Bondarabadi, S., 2008, Closure to validity of regional rainfall spatial distribution methods in mountainous areas, J. of Hydrologic Engineering, ASCE, 14(7): 771.
  2. Saghafian, B., and Rahimi, S., 2008, Validity of Regional Rainfall Spatial Distribution Methods in Mountainous Areas, J. of Hydrologic Engineering, ASCE, 13(7), 531-540.
  3. Saghafian, B., Farazjo, H., Bozorgy, B., and Yazdandoost, F., 2008, Flood intensification due to changes in land use, Water Resources Management, 22(8): 1051-1067.
  1. Saghafian, B., and Davtalab, R., 2007, Mapping snow characteristics based on snow observation probability, International Journal of Climatology, 27(10):1277-1286.
  2. Ghanbarpour, M.R., Saghafian, B., Mohseni-Saravi, M., and Abbaspour, K., 2007, Evaluation of spatial and temporal variability of snow cover in a large mountainous basin in Iran, Nordic Hydrology, 38(1): 45-58.
  1. Saghafian, B., 2006, Nonlinear transformation of unit hydrograph, J. of Hydrology, 330 (3/4): 596-603.
  2. Saghafian, B., and Shokoohi, A.R., 2006, A corrected time-area technique for one-dimensional flow, International Journal of Civil Engineering, 4(1), 34-41.
  3. Heidari, A., Saghafian, B., and Maknoon, R., 2006, Assessment of flood forecasting lead time based on generalized likelihood uncertainty estimation approach, Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment (SERRA), 20(5), 363-380.
  1. Saghafian, B., and Khosroshahi, M., 2005, Unit response approach for priority determination of flood source areas, J. of Hydrologic Engineering, ASCE, 10(4): 270-277.
  2. Saghafian, B., Taheri, H., Tajrishi, M., and Jalali, N., 2003, Modeling of spatial variability of daily rainfall in southwest of Iran, Scientia Iranica (International Journal of Science and Technology), Spring Issue, 10(2): 164-174.
  3. Jalali, N., Saghafian, B., Taheri, H., Tajrishi, M., and Aminipouri, B., 2002, Spatio-temporal Mapping of Smoke Fraction Index Generated by the Kuwaiti Oil Well Fires, Asian Journal of Geoinformatics, 3(1), 29-
  4. Saghafian, B., Julien, P.Y., and Rajaie, H., 2002, Hydrograph simulation based on variable isochrone technique, Journal of Hydrology, 261 (April), Issues 1-4: 193-203.
  5. Saghafian, B., van Lieshout, A.M., and Rajaie, H.M., 2000, Distributed catchment simulation using a raster GIS, International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, Vol. 2, Issue 3-4: 199-203.
  6. Ogden, F.L., and Saghafian, B., 1997, Green and Ampt infiltration with redistribution, J. of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, ASCE, 123(5): 386-393.
  7. Doe, W.W., Saghafian, B., and Julien, P.Y., 1996, Land-use impact on watershed response: Integration of two-dimensional hydrological modelling and GIS, Hydrological Processes, 10 (11): 1503-1511.
  8. Julien, P.Y., Saghafian, B., and Ogden, F.L., 1995, Raster-based hydrologic modeling of spatially-varied surface runoff, Water Resources Bulletin, 31(3): 523-536.
  9. Saghafian, B., and Julien, P.Y., 1995, Time to equilibrium for spatially variable watersheds, J. of Hydrology, 172: 231-245.
  10. Saghafian, B., Julien, P.Y., and Ogden, F.L., 1995, Surface runoff similarity in catchment response: I. Stationary Storms,Water Resources Research, 31(6): 1533-1541.