Nasim received her MSc degree in civil and environmental engineering from the University of Waterloo and her BSc in 2007 in civil engineering from Isfahan university of Technology, Iran. She is a research associate with the Global Institute for Water Security. Nasim's research is focused on water quality of the South Saskathewan River. Her research interests include water quality modelling, model calibration, sensitivity and uncertainty analysis, and water resources management.
Research Keywords and Interests
- Water quality modelling
- Water management
- Model Calibration
- Sensitivty and uncertainty analysis
- Water resources management
Hosseini N., Chun K.P., Wheater H, and Lindenschmidt K-L, (in progress). Changes in Water Quality along a Large Prairie River using WASP.
Hosseini N., Chun K.P., Wheater H, and Lindenschmidt K-L, (submitted). Parameter sensitivity of a surface water quality model of the lower South Saskatchewan River - comparison between ice-on and ice-off periods.