His main research concerns Climatology, Water storage, Water resources, Remote sensing and Precipitation. He combines subjects such as Principal component analysis and Water content with his study of Climatology. In his works, Joseph L. Awange undertakes multidisciplinary study on Water storage and Scale.
His work carried out in the field of Water resources brings together such families of science as Energy balance, Teleconnection, Data assimilation and Groundwater. His Remote sensing research includes elements of Hydrology, Environmental monitoring and GNSS applications. His Precipitation study incorporates themes from Climate change and Greater horn.
Joseph L. Awange spends much of his time researching Climatology, Precipitation, Water storage, Remote sensing and GNSS applications. His Climate change research extends to the thematically linked field of Climatology. His Precipitation study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Drainage basin, Discharge, Surface runoff and Water level.
Among his Water storage studies, you can observe a synthesis of other disciplines of science such as Water resources, Hydrology, Data assimilation, Water content and Hydrology. His Water resources study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Groundwater. He is studying Remote sensing, which is a component of Remote sensing.
Water storage, Precipitation, Climatology, Remote sensing and Hydrology are his primary areas of study. Combining a variety of fields, including Water storage, Data assimilation, Water resources, Hydrology, Water level and Water balance, are what the author presents in his essays. His Precipitation research incorporates themes from Drainage basin, Discharge, Sea surface temperature and Monsoon.
His studies in Climatology integrate themes in fields like Climate change and Ionosphere. His study looks at the relationship between Remote sensing and topics such as Data deficient, which overlap with Satellite imagery. His study in the field of Water content and Groundwater is also linked to topics like Lag.
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Changes in temperature and precipitation extremes over the Greater Horn of Africa region from 1961 to 2010
Philip Aming'o Omondi;Joseph L. Awange;Ehsan Forootan;Laban Ayieko Ogallo.
International Journal of Climatology (2014)
Assessment of the performance of CORDEX Regional Climate Models in Simulating East African Rainfall
Hussen Seid Endris;Philip Omondi;Suman Jain;Christopher Lennard.
Journal of Climate (2013)
The Falling Lake Victoria Water Level: GRACE, TRIMM and CHAMP Satellite Analysis of the Lake Basin
Joseph L. Awange;Mohammad A. Sharifi;Godfrey Ogonda;Jens Wickert.
Water Resources Management (2008)
Assessing multi-satellite remote sensing, reanalysis, and land surface models' products in characterizing agricultural drought in East Africa.
N. Agutu;N. Agutu;Joseph Awange;Joseph Awange;Ayalsew Zerihun;C. Ndehedehe.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2017)
Separation of large scale water storage patterns over Iran using GRACE, altimetry and hydrological data
E. Forootan;R. Rietbroek;J. Kusche;M. Sharifi.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2014)
Environmental Monitoring using GNSS: Global Navigation Satellite Systems
Joseph L. Awange.
Uncertainties in remotely sensed precipitation data over Africa
J.L. Awange;V.G. Ferreira;E. Forootan;E. Forootan;Khandu.
International Journal of Climatology (2016)
Lake Victoria: Ecology, Resources, Environment
Joseph L. Awange;Obiero Ong'ang'a.
Nonlinear analysis of the three-dimensional datum transformation[conformal group C7(3)]
E. Grafarend;Joseph Awange.
Journal of Geodesy (2003)
Water storage changes and climate variability within the Nile Basin between 2002 and 2011
Joseph Awange;Joseph Awange;E. Forootan;Michael Kuhn;J. Kusche.
Advances in Water Resources (2014)
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