Goloka's research interests include quantification of environmental processes in lakes, reservoirs, and rivers using multi-dimensional process-based hydrodynamic and ecological models (e.g., DLM-WQ and SI3D-WQ) and field and laboratory data. His hydrologic modeling incorporates process-based models (e.g. LSPC and MIKE SHE) and lumped models (e.g., artificial neural networks, genetic algorithms, and statistical models)
Associate Project Scientist
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Heat and Hydrologic Budget Estimates for Upper Klamath Lake
Published in Sustainable Water Resources Management
Climate Change Impacts on Lake Thermal Dynamics and Ecosystem Vulnerabilities
Published in Limnology & Oceanography Fluids & Environments
Nutrient and particle load estimates to Lake Tahoe (CA-NV, USA) for Total Maximum Daily Load establishment
Published in The Science of The Total Environment
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Misc. Show More
Historic and Likely Future Impacts of Climate Change on Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada, USA. Climatic Change and Global W...
Climate variability and change in mountain environments: some implications for water resources and water quality in the ...
Impacts of Climate Change on Lakes and Reservoirs Dynamics and Restoration Policies, In Adaptation and Mitigation Strate...