Ben Jarihani is a postdoctoral research fellow at Sustainability Research Centre, University of the Sunshine Coast working on erosion estimation and sediment transport modeling with collaboration with CSIRO. He received bachelor and master of engineering in irrigation, drainage and water resources management (1996-2001), followed by eight years industry work experience as a professional water engineer, hydrologist and project manager. He has done his PhD in hydrological sciences at University of Queensland, Australia with collaboration with CSIRO (2011-2015) entitled “developing remotely-sensed data approaches to studying hydrological processes in data-poor dry land landscapes”. Dr. Jarihani research interests include application of remote sensing and geographic Information system in water resources management and hydrological/hydrodynamic modelling. He has published several papers in reputed journals and has been serving as an active reviewer of repute. He received European Geosciences Union 2011Outstanding Student Poster awards in hydrological science, The University of Queensland Research Scholarship and The Integrated Natural Resource Management top-up scholarship from CSIRO.
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