The focus of my research is to understand, predict and mitigate the risks of changes in climate, vegetation, and soils in water systems. My research integrates in-situ and remote sensing observations to high resolution numerical modeling and data assimilation methods, to better understand the past, current, and future of water systems.
11. Negm A, P Abdrakhimova, M Hayashi, K Rasouli (2021). Effects of climate change on depression-focussed groundwater recharge in the Canadian prairies, Vadose Zone Journal(Impact factor: 3.634). https://doi.org/10.1002/vzj2.20153
10. Rasouli K, Scharold K, TH Mahmood, N Glenn, and D Marks (2020). Linking hydrological variations at local scales to regional climatic teleconnection patterns, Hydrological Processes, 34(26), 5624–5641, https://doi.org/10.1002/hyp.13982 (Impact factor: 3.256).
9. Akbari M, A Baubekova, A Roozbahani, A Gafurov, A Shiklomanov, K Rasouli, N Ivkina, B Kl ̈ove, and A Torabi Haghighi (2020) Vulnerability of the Caspian Sea Shoreline to Changes in Hydrology and Climate, Environmental Research Letters, 15, 115002, https://doi.org/10.1088/1748- 9326/abaad8, (Impact factor: 6.192)
8. Aubry-Wake C, LD Somers, H Alcock, AM Anderson, A Azarkhish, S Bansah, NM Bell, K Biagi, …, K Rasouli, A Robinson, P Sanyal, NJ Shatilla, B Van Huizen, S Wilkinson, J Williamson, M Zaremehrjardy, (2020). A new flow for Canadian young hydrologists: Key scientific challenges addressed by research cultural shifts, Hydrological Processes, 34 (8), 2001–2006, https://doi.org/10.1002/hyp.13724, (Impact factor: 3.256).
7. Rasouli K, B Nasri, A Soleymani, TH Mahmood, M Hori, and AH Torabi (2020). Forecast of streamflows to the Arctic Ocean by a Bayesian neural network model with snowcover and climate inputs, , 51(3), 541–561, Hydrology Research, IWA Publishing, https://doi.org/10.2166/nh.2020.164, (Impact factor: 2.475).
6. Karimidastenaeia Z, AT Haghighia,O Rahamati, K Rasouli, S Rozbeh, A Pirnia, B Pradhan, B Kl ̈ove (2020) Fog-water harvesting Capability Index (FCI) mapping for a semihumid catchment based on socio-environmental variables and using artificial intelligence algorithms, Science of the Total Environment,708, 135115, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.135115, (Impact factor: 5.589).
5. Rasouli K, JW Pomeroy, and PH Whitfield (2019). Are the effects of vegetation and soil changes as important as climate change impacts on hydrological processes?, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 23, 4933–4954, https://doi.org/10.5194/hess-23-4933-2019 (Impact factor: 4.437).
4. Parviz L and K Rasouli (2019). Development of precipitation forecast model Based on artificial intelligence and subseasonal clustering, Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 24 (12), 04019053, 1–13, (Impact factor: 1.77), https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0001862.
3. Rasouli K, JW Pomeroy, and PH Whitfield (2019). Hydrological sensitivity of headwater basins to perturbed climate in North American Cordillera, Journal of Hydrometeorology, 20(5), 863–882 (https://doi.org/10.1175/JHM- D-18-0166.1, Impact factor: 3.511).
2. Rasouli K, JW Pomeroy, JR Janowicz, TJ Williams, and SK Carey (2019). A long-term hydrometeorological dataset (1993–2014) of a northern mountain basin: Wolf Creek Research Basin, Yukon Territory, Canada, Earth System Science Data, 11, 89–100, https://doi.org/10.5194/essd-11-89-2019 (Impact factor: 8.792).
1. Langendijk G, C Aubry-Wake, M Osman, C Gulizia, F Attig-Bahar, E Behrens, A Bertoncini, N Hart, VS Indasi, S Innocenti, EC van der Linden, N Mamnun, K Rasouli, KA Reed , N Ridder, J Rivera, R Ruscica, BU Ukazu, JP Walawender , DP Walker, BJ Woodhams, and Y Yılmaz (2019). Three ways forwards to improve regional information for extreme events: an early career perspective, Frontiers in Environmental Science, 7(6), https://doi.org/10.3389/fenvs.2019.00006 (Impact factor: 3.38).
• NSERC Post-Doctoral Fellowship
Project: Soil moisture response to climate change $90,000 — 2017–2018
• NSERC Alexander G. Bell Doctoral Scholarship
Project: Impacts of climate and land-cover changes on cold regions hydrology $105,000 — 2014–2016