Mohammad Reza Nikoo
Mohammad Reza Nikoo
Associate Professor, Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering, Sultan Qaboos University.
Verified email at - Homepage
Cited by
Cited by
A novel multi criteria decision making model for optimizing time–cost–quality trade-off problems in construction projects
S Monghasemi, MR Nikoo, MAK Fasaee, J Adamowski
Expert Systems with Applications 42 (-), 3089–3104, 2015
Evaluating the efficacy of SVMs, BNs, ANNs and ANFIS in wave height prediction
I Malekmohamadi, MR Bazargan-Lari, R Kerachian, MR Nikoo, ...
Ocean Engineering 38 (2-3), 487-497, 2011
A Century of Observations Reveal Increasing Likelihood of Continental-Scale Compound Dry-Hot Extremes
MR Alizadeh, J Adamowski, MR Nikoo, A AghaKouchak, P Dennison, ...
Science Advances, 2020
Multi-objective Decision-Making for Green Infrastructure Planning (LID-BMPs) in Urban Storm Water Management under Uncertainty
E Raei, MR Alizadeh, MR Nikoo, J Adamowski
Journal of Hydrology, 2019
A fusion-based methodology for meteorological drought estimation using remote sensing data
MR Alizadeh, MR Nikoo
Remote Sensing of Environment, 2018
An Agent-based-Nash Modeling Framework for Sustainable Groundwater Management: A Case Study
S Farhadi, MR Nikoo, GR Rakhshandehroo, M Akhbari, MR Alizadeh
Agricultural Water Management, 2016
Wind, Solar, and Photovoltaic Renewable Energy Systems with and without Energy Storage Optimization: A Survey of Advanced Machine Learning and Deep Learning Techniques
L Abualigah, RA Zitar, KH Almotairi, AMA Hussein, MA Elaziz, MR Nikoo, ...
Energies 15 (2), 578, 2022
A probabilistic water quality index for river water quality assessment: a case study
MR Nikoo, R Kerachian, S Malakpour-Estalaki, SN Bashi-Azghadi, ...
Environmental monitoring and assessment 181, 465-478, 2011
Developing real time operating rules for trading discharge permits in rivers: Application of Bayesian Networks
SM Mesbah, R Kerachian, MR Nikoo
Environmental Modelling & Software 24 (2), 238-246, 2009
Degradation of ciprofloxacin antibiotic by Homogeneous Fenton oxidation: Hybrid AHP-PROMETHEE method, optimization, biodegradability improvement and identification of oxidized …
M Salari, GR Rakhshandehroo, MR Nikoo
Chemosphere, 2018
Hydro-environmental management of groundwater resources: A fuzzy-based multi-objective compromise approach
MR Alizadeh, MR Nikoo, GR Rakhshandehroo
Journal of Hydrology, 2017
A Fuzzy KNN-based Model for Significant Wave Height Prediction in Large Lakes
MR Nikoo, R Kerachian, MR Alizadeh
Oceanologia, 2017
Groundwater risk assessment based on optimization framework using DRASTIC method
SM Jafari, MR Nikoo
Arabian Journal of Geosciences, 2017
Developing a Stochastic Conflict Resolution Model for Urban Runoff Quality Management: Application of Info-gap and Bargaining Theories
SH Ghodsi, R Kerachian, SM Estalaki, MR Nikoo, Z Zahmatkesh
Journal of Hydrology 533, 200–212, 2016
Increasing Concurrence of Wildfire Drivers Triples Megafire Critical Danger Days in Southern California between 1982-2018
MS Khorshidi, P Dennison, MR Nikoo, A AghaKouchak, C Luce, ...
Environmental Research Letters, 2020
Optimal and Objective Placement of Sensors in Water Distribution Systems Using Information Theory
MS Khorshidi, MR Nikoo, M Sadegh
Water Research, 2018
Developing a Multi-Objective Conflict-Resolution Model for Optimal Groundwater Management Based on Fallback Bargaining Models and Social Choice Rules: A Case Study
MR Alizadeh, MR Nikoo, GR Rakhshandehroo
Water Resources Management, 2017
Optimal water and waste load allocation in reservoir–river systems: a case study
MR Nikoo, R Kerachian, A Karimi, AA Azadnia, K Jafarzadegan
Environmental Earth Sciences 71, 4127-4142, 2014
GHWR, a multi-method global heatwave and warm-spell record and toolbox
E Raei, M Nikoo, A AghaKouchak, O Mazdiyasni, M Sadegh
Scientific Data-Nature, 2018
Risk-based multi-objective model for optimal placement of sensors in water distribution system
SS Naserizade, MR Nikoo, H Montaseri
Journal of Hydrology 557, 147–159, 2017
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20