School of Anthropology & Museum Ethnography
Shauna Monkman applies theories on storytelling and narrative systems to resource management and water scarcity, asking the question “how do people cope with water scarcity via the lens of story?”
Dr Mohammad Mortazavi-Naeini
Postdoctoral Research Assistant
Environmental Change Institute
Mohammad is post-doctoral researcher with expertise in water resources modelling. His main research interest is in addressing deep uncertainty in water resources planning. He is currently part of the MaRIUS project, working with Professor Jim Hall to develop catchment- and national-scale models, and to assess water systems vulnerability under drought conditions given future uncertainty associated with climate change and other factors.
DPhil - MaRIUS
Environmental Change Institute, School of Geography and the Environment
Anna’s research focuses on multi-objective optimisation of the Thames Water system, developing adaptive water resources planning methods to manage future risks to London’s water supply under climate change. Her research is part of the MaRIUS project.
Supervisor: Prof Jim Hall.
DPhil - REACH
School of Geography and the Environment, Smith School for Enterprise and the Environment
Saskia is working with the REACH water security programme and the Water Programme of the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment. She focuses on water-related health risks. Her doctoral research involves comparative analysis of risk assessment methods and examining the role of water quality monitoring in affecting change.
Supervisors: Katrina Charles and David Bradley
School of Geography and the Environment
Thanti is interested in urban water issues in developing countries. She investigates the political dynamics arising from a policy to pursue large-scale infrastructure to enhance urban water security, using a seawall megaproject in Jakarta, Indonesia as a case study Supervisor: Dr Katrina Charles.