Journal Articles and Books

    • Shamir U., (1966) “Numerical and Analytic Solutions for Dispersion in Porous Media”, Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Civil Engineering, M.I.T.
    • Shamir U. and Harleman D.R.F. (1967) “Dispersion in Layered Porous Media”, Proc. ASCE, Vol. 93, No. HY5, pp. 237-260.
    • Shamir, U. (1971) “Optimization of Project Resource Allocation”, Israel Journal of Technology, Vol. 9, No. 6
    • Shamir, U. (1972) “Optimizing the Operation of Israel’s Water System”, Technology Review, pp. 41-48.
    • Shimron, Z. and Shamir, U. (1973) “Short Range Forecasting of Water Demands”, Israel Journal of Technology, Vol. 11, No. 6, pp. 423-430.
    • Barnea, M., Shamir, U. and Schechter, M. (1976) “Incorporating Outdoor Recreation in a Model of Streamflow Regulation and Water Quality Improvement”, in “Economic Modeling for Water Policy Evaluation”, Ed. by M. Thrall, North Holland, pp. 569-609.
    • Howard, C.D.D. and Shamir, U. (1976) “Hierarchial Multiple Objective Analysis of Land and Water Resources Utilization of a System of Lakes”, in “Large Engineering Systems”, Ed. by E. Wexler, University of Manitoba, pp. 569-609.
    • Shamir, U. (1979) “Optimization of Water Distribution Systems”, in “Mathematical Programming Study 11: Engineering Optimization”, Ed. by M. Avriel and R. Dembo, North Holland, pp. 65-84.
    • Shamir, U. and Howard, C.D.D. (1981) “Water Supply Reliability Theory“, Journal of the American Water Works Association, Vol. 73, No. 7, pp. 379-384.
    • Shamir, U. (1981) “Real time Control of Water Supply Systems”, Proceedings of International Symposium of Real Time Operation of Hydrosystems, Ed. by T.E. Unny and E.A. McBean, University of Waterloo, Canada, pp. 550-561.
    • Shamir, U. (1981) “Systems Analysis and Microelectronics in Water Resources”, Journal of the Institution of Water Engineers and Scientists, Special supplement on “Microelectronics in the Water Industry”, pp. 29-41.
    • Loucks, D.P., Stedinger, J.R. and Shamir, U. (1984) “Research in Water Resources and Environmental Systems Modeling: Some Historical Perspectives, Current Issues, and Future Directions”, Natural Resources Forum, Vol. 8, No. 3, pp. 219-240.
    • Shamir, U. (1985) “Modelling for Water Supply Planning”, H2O The Dutch Journal for Water Supply and Sewage Treatment, pp. 160-163.
    • Shamir, U. and Howard, C.D.D. (2000) “Management of Urban Water“, Editorial, Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, Vol. 126, No. 3, pp. 114-117.
    • Morin, E., Georgakakos, K.P., Shamir, U., Garti, R. and Enzel, Y. (2003) “Investigating the effect of catchment characteristics on the response time scale using a distributed model and weather radar information”, IAHS Publication 282, pp. 177-185.
    • Cohen, D., Shamir, U. and Sinai, G. (2004) “Sensitivity Analysis of Optimal Operation of Irrigation Supply Systems with Water Quality Considerations”, Irrigation and Drainage Systems, 18(3), pp. 227-253, DOI 10.1007/s10795-004-9145-y.
    • Cohen, D., Shamir, U. and Sinai, G. (2003) “Comparison of Models for Optimal Operation of Multiquality Networks”, Engineering Optimization, Vol. 35, No. 6, pp. 579-605.
    • Cohen, D., Shamir, U. and Sinai, G. (2004) “Water quality aspects of optimal operation of rural water distribution systems for supply of irrigation and drinking water”, Irrigation and Drainage, 53(4), pp. 339-361.
    • Fisher, F. M., Huber-Lee, A., Amir, I., Arlosoroff, S., Eckstein, Z., Haddadin, M. J., Hamati, S. G., Jarrar, A. M., Jayyousi, A. F., Shamir, U. and Wesseling, H. (2005) “Liquid Assets: An Economic Approach for Water Management and Conflict Resolution in the Middle East and Beyond”, Resources for the Future, Washington DC, USA.
    • Kronaveter, L. and Shamir, U. (2007) “A Negotiation Support System for Resolution of Disputes Over International Water Resources”, in: “Topics on System Analysis and Integrated Water Resources Management”, Edited by Andrea Castelletti and Rodofo Soncini-Sessa, Elsevier, pp. 189-205.
    • Cohen, D., Shamir, U. and Sinai, G. (2009) “Optimisation of complex water supply systems with water quality, hydraulic and treatment plant aspects”, Civil Engineering and Environmental Systems Volume 26, Issue 4, pp. 295-321.