Amor Ines, PhD

You are here

Amor Ines
Environment: Agro Hydrology; Modeling Climate Impacts

Amor Ines is an agro-hydrologist working on integrations of advanced modeling techniques, remote sensing (RS) and seasonal climate forecasts for decision support in agriculture and water management. He holds a BS in agricultural engineering, magna cum laude, and an MS and PhD in water engineering and management with a focus on irrigation engineering and management, and integrated water resources management. His research interests include: linking climate information in agriculture and water management; remote sensing in agriculture and water management; climate-based crop forecasting methods; statistical downscaling of climate (seasonal; climate change time scale); data assimilation applied to soil-water-atmosphere-plant models from field to regional scale; development and applications of evolutionary-biological algorithms (genetic algorithms, etc.) to agriculture and water management; agro-hydrological modeling/vadose zone hydrology (variably saturated flows); high-performance computing for RS-agro-hydrological modeling; stochastic/deterministic water resources systems analyses (optimization and operational management).

MSU Scholars Page

Recent Grants


Ph.D., Water Engineering & Management. Asian Institute of Technology. Bangkok, Thailand, 2002
M.Sc., Water Engineering & Management. Asian Institute of Technology. Bangkok, Thailand, 2002
B.Sc., Agricultural Engineering, Magna Cum Laude and Valedictorian. Mariano Marcos State University. Batac, Ilococs Norte, Philippines, 1994

2018 Distinguished Alumni Award. Mariano Marcos State University, Batac City, Philippines

2009 Balik Scientist Program Awardee. Department of Science and Technology. Philippines.

2007 Editors' Citation for Excellence. Awarded by the American Geophysical Union (AGU) for his excellence in refereeing for Water Resources Research (WRR).