Areas of Expertise Climate Change and Atmospheric- Ocean General Circulation Models (AOGCMs) Water resources management Water Allocation Planning under Drought Condition Hydrology (combination of field-based studies and numerical studies) Groundwater Research Interests Climate Change Adaptation Strategies Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) Hydrological Modelling Open Channel Hydraulics Earth Dam Engineering Education Ph.D., Tarbiat Modares University (IRAN), Water structure Engineering. Water resources (2009) M.Sc., Tarbiat Modares University (IRAN), Water structure Engineering. Water resources (2004) B.Sc., Univestiy of Gilan (IRAN), Water Engineering (2001) Biography Awards Affiliations Grants and Contracts Awarded 2008-2009 Travel grant for research period in CSIRO, Australia by Iran ministry of science and technology. Publications & Presentations 2016- Evaluation of maximum acceptable hydrologic risk in the design of hydraulic structures in Markazi province,Iran. Research Projects of Iranian Ministry of Energy. 2015- Review and comparison of pier scour countermeasures. Research Projects of Arak University. 2015- Considering climate change and impact assessment in runoff and groundwater in Ghare Chay and Kamal- Saleh watersheds in Markazi Province, Iran”. Research Projects of Iranian Ministry of Energy. 2014- Development the Stream-Flow forecasting model for Kamal Saleh reservoir using artificial neural networks. Research Projects of Arak University. 2016- Reservoir Inflow forecasting of Kamal Saleh dam using soft computing. Shahkarami, N., Sanikhani, H. and Moradi, M. Iranian Journal of Irrigation and Water Engineering. 2009- Atmospheric- Ocean General Circulation Models (AOGCMs) - Uncertainty and Risk Assessment of Future Water Demand, Elmahdi,A., Shahkarami,N., Morid,S and Massah Bavani,A.R. (2009). National Nile Basin Commission Journal, Vol2. 2008- Assessing the impact of AOGCM models uncertainty on the risk of agricultural water demand caused by climate change in Zayandeh Rud irrigataion networks, Shahkarami, N., Morid, S. and Massah Bavani. A. R., Iranian Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering. 2 (2): 1-18. 2007- Optimization of cropped area, based on forecasted streamflows (A case study: Soofichay irrigation systems), Shahkarami, N. Morid, S. and Rahimi Jamnani, M. A., Iranian Journal of Agricultural Engineering Research. 7(29): 1- 17. 2016- Decline in groundwater levels and its impact on the continuation of hydrological drought, Case study: The Shazand river and the plain in Markazi province, Moradi M., Shahkarami N., Fatahi, Z., Amiri, S. and Eftekhari, M., 10th International River Engineering Conference. 19-21 Jan. 2016. Chamran University. Ahvaz.Iran. 2015- The impact of climate change on water quality parameters of Kamalsaleh watershed, Iran, Shahkarami N., Iranshahi, M. and Azimi M. (2015), The national conference on wate quality and sustainable development. November 2015. Arak. Iran. 2014- The effects of severe frosts in winter 2007 in the pomegranate trees of Saveh city in Markazi province and the importance of climate change in order to achieve sustainable agriculture, Moradi M. and Shahkarami N., Second National Conference on Sustainable Agriculture and Natural Resources . Oct 2014. Tehran. Iran. 2014- Decline in groundwater levels and the role it plays in sustaining the hydrological drought, Case study: Shara River in Markazi Province, Iran, Moradi M. and Shahkarami N., 2nd national conference on water crisis, September 2014. Shahrekord University, Shahrekord. Iran. 2014- Evaluation the temperature change within basin using statistical tests, Case Study of Kamalsaleh Basin. Shahkarami N., The national conference on climate change and engineering sustainable agriculture and natural resources. June 2014. Hamedan. Iran. 2011- Evaluation of climate change impacts and adaptation strategies, emphasizing on IWRM in Zayandeh-Rud basin, Shahkarami N., Morid S. and Massah Bovani AR., The 4th Iran Water Resource Management Conference. 3-4 May. 2011. Amirkabir University. Tehran. Iran. 2011- Risk Analysis and Integrated Water Resources Management based Adaptation Strategies for Zayandeh Rud Irrigation System, Iran, Shahkarami, N., Morid, S., Massah Bavani,A. R., and Agha Alikhani, M., ICID 21st International Congress on Irrigation and Drainage,15-23 October 2011, Tehran, Iran 2010- Exploration of Adaptation Strategies, Incorporating Risk Analysis and Integrated Water Resources Management for Zayandeh Rud basin, Iran, Morid, S., Shahkarami, N., Massah Bavani,A. R., and Agha Alikhani, M., Third International Symposium on Role of Hydrology in Managing Consequences of a Changing Global Environment, 19-23 July 2010; Newcastle University , United Kingdom. 2009- Assessing the impact of AOGCMs uncertainty on the risk of agricultural water demand caused by climate change;Case study: Zayandeh Rud irrigation networks (Iran), Elmahdi, A., Shahkarami, N., Morid, S. and Massah Bavani, A.R., The 18th world IMACS congress and MODSIM09 international congress on modeling and simulation, 13- 17 July 2009 CAIRNS Australia. 2008- Assessment of uncertainty associated with different AOGCM models in temperature and precipitation climate change scenarios (Case study: Iran, Zayandeh Rood basin), Shahkarami, N., Morid, S., Massah Bavani, A.R. and Fahmi, H., First technical workshop Impact Assessment of climate change in Water Source Management. Iranian Natinal Committee on Irrigation and Drainage, Tehran, Iran. 2008- Risk analysis of changing in agriculture water demand as adaptation to climate change, Shahkarami, N., Massah Bavani, A.R., Morid, S. and Fahmi, H., First technical workshop Impact Assessment of climate change in Water Resource Management. Iranian Natinal Committee on Irrigation and Drainag, Tehran, Iran. 2006- Optimization of cropped area based on forecasted stream flows, Morid S., Shahkarami N. and Rahimi Jamnani MA. International conference on Integrated Water Resources Management. 26-28 September 2006. Bochum. Germany.
Nazanin Shahkarami Faculty of Engineering Department of Civil Engineering
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