CURRENT/RECENT PROJECTS
  • Agricultural Water Security through Sustainable Use of the Floridan Aquifer: An Integrated Assessment of Economic and Environmental Impacts ($5,000,000 funded by USDA-NIFA; Srivastava, Co-PI (Auburn PI))

  • Increasing adoption of climate- and water-smart irrigation practices among Tennessee Valley Farmers ($946,684 funded by USDA NRCS-CIG; Srivastava, Co-PI)

  • Forecasting Continental Inundation Mapping with the Modified HAND Method ($40,000 funded by NOAA COMET; Srivastava, Co-PI)

  • Increasing adoption of climate- and water-smart irrigation practices among Alabama Farmers ($50,000 funded by AAES; Srivastava, Co-PI)

  • Evaluating practical approaches for farm bacterial testing in support of the FSMA Produce Safety Rules ($50,000 funded by AAES AgR-SEED; Srivastava, PI)

  • Evaluation of Agricultural Best Management Practices on Water Quality in the Southeast US ($50,000 funded by AAES AgR-SEED; Srivastava, Co-PI)

  • Fingerprinting Sources of Suspended and Stream Bed Sediment in the Southeast US ($80,000 Funded by AU-IGP; Srivastava, Co-PI)

  • Climate change impacts on water resources of the southeastern United States ($50,000 funded by AAES; Srivastava, PI)

  • Managing Drought in the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint (ACF) River Basin through the Development of Improved Drought Indicators and Policy Alternatives  ($285,000 funded by NOAA-SARP; Srivastava, PI)

  • Research in Support of NIDIS Drought Early Warning System for the Southeast ($100,000 funded by NIDIS; Srivastava, PI)

  • Transforming Biology-Based Engineering Education Using a Hybrid Pedagogical Approach ($142,760 funded by USDA-HEC; Srivastava, PI)

  • Forecasting Stream flows in the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River Basin Using Ensemble Streamflow Predictions ($364,000 funded by NIDIS; Srivastava, PI)

  • Reducing Drought Risks in the Southeast USA: Quantification of Drought Information Value, Development of Drought Indices, and Communication of Drought Information ($275,000 funded by NOAA; Srivastava, PI)

  • SECC-RISA: Science and partnerships for adaptation and resilience to climate change and climate variability ($4 million funded by NOAA; Srivastava, Co-PI)

  • Economic, Engineering and Extension Applications of Improved Climate Forecasting ($195,000 funded by USDA-NIFA; Srivastava, PI)

  • Identifying Flood Generating Areas in 8-Mile Creek Watershed through a Novel Approach ($150,000 funded by MS-AL Sea Grant Program; Srivastava, Co-PI)

  • Modeling Climate and Land Use Change Impact on Hydrology and Water Quality Characteristics across an Urban-Rural Gradient ($105,000 funded by Center for Forest Sustainability; Srivastava, PI)

  • Next generation biological engineering research through renovation of laboratories at Auburn University ($4.6 million funded by NSF: Srivastava, Co-PI)