Typical Hydrological Research Budget During Ten Years
Environmental tracers for quantitative groundwater hydrology
Surface and subsurface hydrological processes in porous/fractured media
Groundwater quality and contamination
MODELING OF TRANSPORT PROCESSES
Multiphase, multicomponent transport phenomena in porous/fractured media
Soil and groundwater salinzation and contamination
Nonlinear wave propagation through porous media
Hydrological processes of rainfall-runoff
ENVIRONMENTAL & WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING
Water and wastewater treatmentMICROBIAL ECOLOGY
Wastewater reclamation and reuse
Optimal uses of marginal water
Management models of water systems
Aquaculture and wetlands methods for water and wastewater quality control
Membrane technology for water and wastewater quality control
Biology of wastewater reservoirs.
Biological activity in extreme environments (salt, pH, heavy metals).
Enzymology of degradation of RDX.
Nitrifying bacteria in wastewater reservoirs.
Survival mechanisms of yeast (Rhodotorula, Pichia) in chemical industry wastewater evaporation ponds.
Genetics of utilization of methanol by the yeast Rhodotorula.
Mechanisms of cyanobacterial crust formation on desert sand dunes.
Denitrification of nitrate-polluted groundwater.CLIMATE CHANGE AND DESERTIFICATION
Development of novel treatment processes for contaminated water and soil:
Food industries: dairies, meat & bone meal plants.
Chemical industries: Nitramine explosives, organobromides, pesticides
Replantation of dry lands to mitigate greenhouse effect
Climate change hydrology and the history of dry lands