|Journal Papers

  1. Roundy, J. K., Gallagher, M. A., Byrd, J. L. (2022). An Innovative Active Learning Modules on Snow and Climate Modeling. Frontiers in Water: Water and Hydrocomplexity 4. https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/frwa.2022.912776
  2. Gallagher M.A., Habib E.H., Williams D., Lane B., Byrd J.L. and Tarboton D. (2022) Sharing Experiences in Designing Professional Learning to Support Hydrology and Water Resources Instructors to Create High-Quality Curricular Materials. Frontiers in Education: STEM Education 7:890379. doi: 10.3389/feduc.2022.890379 

  3. Ward, A., Herzog S. , Bales J., Barnes R., Ross M., Jefferson A.,  Basu N., Yoder L., Covino T., Habib E.H., Maertens J. (2021). Educational Resources for Hydrology & Water Resources, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/148b1ce4e308427ebf58379d48a17b91

  4. Gallagher, M. A., J. Byrd, E. Habib, D. Tarboton and C. Willson, (2021), “HydroLearn: Improving Students’ Conceptual Understanding and Technical Skills in a Civil Engineering Senior Design Course,” 2021 ASEE Virtual Annual Conference, Online, July 26-29, https://peer.asee.org/37265.

  5. Lane, B., Garousi-Nejad, I., Gallagher, M. A., Tarboton, D. G., & Habib, E. (2021). An open web-based module developed to advance data-driven hydrologic process learning. Hydrological Processes, 35( 7), e14273. https://doi.org/10.1002/hyp.14273

  6. Maggioni, V.; Girotto, M.; Habib, E.; Gallagher, M.A. Building an Online Learning Module for Satellite Remote Sensing Applications in Hydrologic Science. Remote Sens. 2020, 12, 3009. https://doi.org/10.3390/rs12183009

  7. Merck, M. F., Gallagher, M. A., Habib, E. & Tarboton, D. (2021). Engineering students’ perceptions of mathematical modeling in a learning module centered on a hydrologic design case study. International Journal for Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education. http://doi.org/10.1007/s40753-020-00131-8

  8. Habib, E., Deshotel, M., Lai, G., and Miller, R. (2019). “Student Perceptions of an Active Learning Module to Enhance Data and Modeling Skills in Undergraduate Water Resources Engineering Education.” International Journal of Engineering Education. 35(5):1353-1365.

  9. Habib, E., and Deshotel, M., (2018). “Towards Broader Adoption of Educational Innovations in Undergraduate Water Resources Engineering: Views from Academia and Industry.”  Journal of Contemporary Water Research & Education. 164 (1), 41 – 54. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1936-704X.2018.03283.x

  10. Habib E., Deshotel, M., Williams, D. (2018). “Unlocking the Educational Value of Large-Scale, Coastal-Ecosystem Restoration Projects: Development of Student-Centered, Multidisciplinary Learning Modules.” Journal of Coastal Research: Volume 34, Issue 3: pp. 738 – 751.  https://doi.org/10.2112/JCOASTRES-D-17-00064.1

  11. Habib, E., & Bodin, M., & Tarboton, D., & Merck, M. F., & Farnham, D. J. (2015): Stimulating Active Learning in Hydrology Using Research-Driven, Web-based Learning Modules. Proceedings of the 2015 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Seattle, Washington. 10.18260/p.24737

  12. Habib E, Bodin M, Meselhe E, Tarboton D, Lall U, Baron D. (2014): Adaptable web modules to stimulate active learning in engineering hydrology using data and model simulations, QScience Proceedings (World Congress on Engineering Education 2013) 2014:10

  13. Habib, E., & Bodin, M., (2013): Using Coastal Louisiana to Develop Hydrologic Web-based Learning Modules. Proceedings of the 2013 ASEE Gulf-Southwest Conference Organized by Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana.

  14. AghaKouchak, A., N. Nakhjiri, and E. Habib (2013): An educational model for ensemble streamflow simulation and uncertainty analysis. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 17, 445–452.

  15. Yigzaw, W., F. Hossain and E. Habib. (2013). Adaptation of a Google-Earth based Education Tool for Place-based Learning of Hydrologic Concepts using a Campus Watershed and Wi-Fi Connectivity Computers in Education Journal (ASEE), vol. 23(3).

  16. Habib, E., Ma, Y., Williams, D., Sharif, H. O., and Hossain, F. (2012): HydroViz: design and evaluation of a Web-based tool for improving hydrology education, Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 16, 3767-3781.

  17. Habib, E., Ma, Y., and Williams, D., (2012): Development of a web-based hydrologic education tool using Google Earth resources, in Whitmeyer, S.J., Bailey, J.E., De Paor, D.G., and Ornduff, T., eds., Google Earth and Virtual Visualizations in Geoscience Education and Research: Geological Society of America Special Paper 492, p. 431–439.

  18. AghaKouchak, A. and E. Habib (2010): Application of a conceptual hydrologic model in teaching hydrologic processes, International Journal Engineering Education Vol. 26, No. 4, pp. 1–11.

|Presentations

  1. Mostacedo-Marasovic, S.J., White, H. & Forbes, C.T. (2022, July 13th). The Food-Energy-Water (FEW) Nexus: Using Hydroviz to Support Undergraduate Students’ Learning about Complex Socio-Hydrologic Issues [Poster Presentation]. Earth Educators Rendezvous, Twin Cities, Minnesota.
  2. Byrd, J. L., Gallagher, M. A., Habib, E. H. (2022, June 19-24). Assessments of Student Learning Gains in HydroLearn Online Learning Modules for Teaching Hydrology and Water Resources [Conference presentation]. AGU Frontiers in Hydrology Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

  3. Ames, D. P., Hunter, J., Perkins, E., Neeley, O., Seul, M. (2022, June 19-24). An Open Access and Reusable HydroLearn Module to Teach the U.S. National Water Model. [Conference presentation]. AGU Frontiers in Hydrology Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

  4. Nejad, I. G., Lane, B. A. (2022, June 19-24). Enhancing Hydrology Learning by Using Open Web-based Platforms and Data Services in the Education of Future Hydrologists. [Conference presentation]. AGU Frontiers in Hydrology Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

  5. Silvia, M., White, H., Forbes, C. (2022, June 19-24). The Food-Energy-Water Nexus: Supporting Students’ Socio-Hydrologic Systems Thinking and Decision-Making Skills. [Poster Session]. AGU Frontiers in Hydrology Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

  6. Habib, E., et al. (2020, December 1-17). Results from Virtual Hackathon for Co-development and Sharing of Authentic Learning Modules in Hydrology and Water Resources [Conference presentation abstract]. AGU Fall Meeting 2020. https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm20/webprogram/Paper760102.html
  7. Mossa, J. and McMillan, H. (2020, December 1-17). Online Learning Activities concerning Hydrologic Droughts and Drying Rivers. [Conference presentation abstract]. AGU Fall Meeting 2020. https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm20/webprogram/Paper758165.html
  8. Polebitski, A., and Smith, T. (2020, December 1-17). Turning the Corner: Moving From Emergency to Intentional Online Learning in Water Resources. [Conference presentation abstract]. AGU Fall Meeting 2020. https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm20/webprogram/Paper741350.html
  9. Harman, C. (2020, December 1-17). An online self-directed course and python module for StorAge Selection (SAS) modeling of tracer transport through time-variable hydrodynamic system. [Conference presentation abstract]. AGU Fall Meeting 2020. https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm20/webprogram/Paper772148.html
  10. Bandaragoda, C., et al. (2020, December 1-17). Intelligent Earth: Diffusion of Geoscience Research and Cyberinfrastructure innovations with authentic data and computational tasks. [Conference presentation abstract]. AGU Fall Meeting 2020. https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm20/webprogram/Paper776448.html
  11. Habib, E. (2019). “HydroLearn: Facilitating the development, adaptation, and sharing of active-learning resources in hydrology education.” CUAHSI 2019 Conference on HydroInformatics. Provo, UT.
  12. Habib, E., et al. (2018). “HydroLearn: An online platform for developing and sharing of active learning resources in hydrology and water resources engineering.” AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts. 
  13. Habib, E., et al. (2018). “HydroLearn: An Open-source Platform for Developing, Sharing and Adoption of Active learning Resources in Hydrology and Water Resources.” AWRA 2018 Spring Specialty Conference – GIS and Water Resources. Orlando, FL.
  14.  Habib, E. and Deshotel, M. (2016). “Towards Sustainability and Scalability of Educational Innovations in Hydrology: What is the Value and who is the Customer?” AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts. 
  15. Eldardiry, H., Unruh Sr., H., Habib, E., Tidwell, V. (2016). “Development of a Pilot Learning Module on Water-Energy Nexus Using a Data-Analytic and Hypothesis Driven Approach.” AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
  16. Tarboton, D., Habib, E., Deshotel, M., Merck, M., Lall, U., Farnham, D. (2016). “Student-Centered Modules to Support Active Learning in Hydrology: Development Experiences and User’s Perspectives.” AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
  17. Farnham, D., Habib, E., Lall, U. (2015). “HydroViz: A Web-based Climate Teleconnection Module for Undergraduate and Graduate Water Resources Engineering Students.” AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
  18. Bodin, M., Habib, E., Meselhe, E., Visser, J., Chimmula, S. (2014) “Using Advances in Research on Louisiana Coastal Restoration and Protection to Develop Undergraduate Hydrology Education Experiences Delivered via a Web Interface”. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
  19. AghaKouchak, A., Nakhijiri, N., Habib, E. (2014). “An Educational Model for Hands-On Hydrology Education.” AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
  20. Merck, M., Tarboton, D., Habib E., Lall, U., Ma, Y., Aly, A. (2014) “A Web Module to Teach Hydrology Using Problem Based Learning in the Context of Designing a Flood Detention Basin.” AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
  21. Habib, E. H., et al. (2013). “Adaptable Web Modules to Stimulate Active Learning in Engineering Hydrology using Data and Model Simulations of Three Regional Hydrologic Systems.” AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.