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My name is Irene Garousi-Nejad. I am a graduate student in Civil and Environmental Engineering at Utah State University working with David G. Tarboton. My research is exploring options for improving flood and water supply forecasting in the Western United States, such as the Great Salt Lake and Colorado River basins, using physically-based distributed hydrologic modeling.
"Models are undeniably beautiful; however, they may have their hidden vices. The question is not only whether they are good to look at, but whether we can live happily with them" -- A. Kaplan, 1964 --
Outside of academics, I enjoy mountain climbing, playing and listening to music, and making Papier-Mache art.
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