As a Ph.D. candidate on water resources at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, Saul Arciniega Esparza is currently working on the assessment of water-energy nexus across Texas and Mexico northeast. His research is focused on the estimation of water impacts associated with shale oil and gas activities on dry environments.
Saul's research interests include hydrological modeling, groundwater modeling, application of remote sensing products for water management, programing, geoinformatics and data science.
Most relevant publications are:
A screening approach to improve water management practices in undeveloped shale plays, with application to the transboundary Eagle Ford Formation in northeast Mexico. Journal of Environmental Management (2018)