Sara Nazari

Sara Nazari

Doctoral Candidate

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Office: Fahrenheitstr. 6, Annexe
28359 Bremen
Room: 2214 (2nd floor)

Research interests

In my interdisciplinary research, I tackle challenges arising from climate change, land use, stakeholder dynamics, and socio-economic influences on water resources at both global and local scales. To address these complex issues, my approach integrates diverse tools and methodologies from various scientific domains. Through this interdisciplinary framework, I aim to gain comprehensive insights into the intricate interactions that shape water resource dynamics.

I am particularly interested in working on:
- Groundwater modeling
- Integrated and adaptive water resources management
- Sustainability analysis
- Big-Data Analysis
- Conflict resolution theories

Curriculum vitae

2015 - 2018
Master of Science, Water Resources Management and Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology, Thesis: Conflict management of groundwater resources as a common-pool based on the tradeoff between the economy and the environment
2018 - 2020
Researcher, Water and Wastewater Research Institute, Isfahan University of Technology
Doctoral Candidate, "Submarine Groundwater Discharge“, Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Research, Bremen

Research Profiles

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    • Nazari, S. and Moosdorf, N., 2023, Global groundwater recharge assessment over the last two decades, EGU General Assembly 2023, Vienna, Austria, 24–28 Apr 2023, EGU23-421,
    • Salimian, N., Nazari, S., Ahmadi, A., 2021, Assessment of the uncertainties of global climate models in the evaluation of standardized precipitation and runoff indices: a case study, Hydrological Sciences Journal.
    • Nazari, S., Ahmadi, A., Kamrani Rad, S., Ebrahimi, B., 2020, Application of non-cooperative dynamic game theory for groundwater conflict resolution, Journal of Environmental Management, Volume 270, 110889, ISSN 0301-4797.
    • Yazdian, M., Nazari, S., 2020, Assessment of climate change parameters impact on long-term sediment transport trend, case study: Azam River basin, International Journal of Hydrology Science and Technology, ISSN 2042-7808.
    • Nazari, S., Ahmadi, A., 2019, Non-cooperative stability assessments of groundwater resources management based on the tradeoff between the economy and the environment, Journal of Hydrology, Volume 578, 124075, ISSN 0022-1694.
    • Ahmadi, A., Fatemi, Z. & Nazari, S., 2018, Assessment of input data selection methods for BOD simulation using data-driven models: a case study. Environ Monit Assess, 190, 239.