Sustainability of engineered in arid lands (SERIDAS)
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CitationKibaroğlu, A. (2016). Project member of "Sustainability of Engineered in Arid Lands (SERIDAS)",Houston Advanced Research Center.
Ayşegül Kibaroğlu is a project team member of an international project entitled Sustainability of Engineered in Arid Lands (SERIDAS), which is led by the scientists from the University of Texas (UT) at Austin and the Houston Advanced Research Center (HARC). Within the framework of this project, which was initially funded by Cynthia and George Mitchell Foundation, Kibaroğlu is collaborating with scientists from the United States, Germany, Brazil, Australia, and Spain, who study the Rivers Euphrates-Tigris, Nile, Rio Grande, Yellow, Murray-Darling, Colorado, Jucar, Limari and São Francisco in order to find out how the rivers will do in the years 2040 and 2060. As part of this project, Ayşegül Kibaroğlu was invited as the visiting scholar by the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, UT, Austin to co-convene a gradute course (policy research project) on sustainable governance of international rivers in 2016.