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A Lecturer from the University of Kufa obtain a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from the University of Kentucky, USA

The lecturer from the Department of Civil Engineering at the Faculty of Engineering, Dr. Nabil Muhammad Hussein, obtained a doctorate from the University of Kentucky, USA, for his thesis entitled: “Variance analysis of future projections of the water budget and sediment measures under the influence of climatic changes of river system and gypsum river system.”
The thesis included an analysis of the variance of future projections of the water budget and sediment measures under the influence of climate change of river and gypsum river system.
The researcher explained that the analysis of variance is the separation of the different factors that affect its structure, indicating that the study focused on flow in rivers and sediment measures as variables that the researcher wants to study the structure of variation for them, as several climate and hydrological parameters were used in the research, and a wide range of data was used, including data for climate, river flow data, and sediment data. Where mathematical models were designed to transport sediments in rivers and used to transport sediments in highlands, and a mathematical-physical model was used to simulate hydrology transport sediments in rivers.
The researcher concluded that studying the change in streams derived from climate models through the hydrological model is better in terms of reliable results than studying future studies only. Also, the change in runoff follows the change in precipitation by 10%. Emphasizing that anomalies in future streams do not depend on the series, and their probability distributions are used to model anomalies. The parameters of the hydrological model were the largest source of influence on the variability structure for future sediment projections, and that all the hydrological variables that include precipitation, temperature, wind speed, humidity, and solar radiation all affect the variability structure of sediments.

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