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Coordinating institute

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M.Sc. Mohammad Naser Reyhani
Department: Technology Assessment and Substance Cycles
Doctoral Researcher


Telephone: +49 (0)331 5699 930
Email: nreyhani@atb-potsdam.de

Research programs

Areas of research

Adaptive Water Governance
Institutional Analysis and Economics
Community-Based Natural Resource Management
Adaptive Capacity and Vulnerability Analysis
Integrated Assessment and Stakeholder Analysis
Climate Change Adaptation Strategies and Land Use Policy
Participatory Action Research
System Dynamics Approach

Projects

Publications

Further publications

  • Books and Technical Reports
    • “Transformation Strategies in Agriculture”, Kraatz S., Zare M., Libra J.A., Grundmann P., Reyhani M.N., Zamani O., Hunstock U., Jacobs H., German Federal Ministry of Education and Research, Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Engineering and Bioeconomy, Potsdam. 2018.
    • “Action Plan on Feasible Adaptation Strategies for a Sustainable Land Use in the Lower Reaches of the Zayandeh-Rud River”, Wolf Raber, Shahrooz Mohajeri and Mohammad Naser Reyhani. inter3 GmbH. 2018. (Available at: https://www.inter3.de/en/projects/details/article/nachhaltige-landnutzung-und-anpassung-an-den-klimawandel-am-unterlauf-des-zayandeh-rud-im-iran.html)
    • “Valnerability Analysis of Farmers in Roodasht Area”, Wolf Raber, Mohammad Naser Reyhani and Shahrooz Mohajeri. inter3 GmbH. 2018. (Available at: https://www.inter3.de/en/projects/details/article/ nachhaltige-landnutzung-und-anpassung-an-den-klimawandel-am-unterlauf-des-zayandeh-rud-im-iran.html)
    • “Integrated Water Resources Management Zayandeh-Rud; German-Iranian Research and Development Cooperation for a Better Future”, Shahrooz Mohajeri, Lena Horlemann, Helke Wendt-Schwarzburg, and Mohammad Naser Reyhani. inter3 GmbH. 2017. (In English and Farsi) (Available at: https://www.inter3.de/fileadmin/user_upload/Downloads/Flyer_usw/download_IWRM-en.pdf)
    • “Strategy Workshop for Agricultural Transformation in the Zayandeh-Rud River Basin”, Lena Horlemann, Mohammad Naser Reyhani, and Ali Asghar Besalatpour. inter3 Institut for Resource Management GmbH. 2018.
    • “Recommendations for Agricultural Transformation in the Zayandeh Rud Catchment, Citizens‘ Juries Report”, Shahrooz Mohajeri, Lena Horlemann, and Mohammad Naser Reyhani. inter3 Institut for Resource Management GmbH. 2017.
  • Papers and Chapters
    • “Realizing Dynamic of Land Use Change, Environmental Degradation and Water Scarcity in Roodasht, Iran”, Shahrooz Mohajeri and Mohammad Naser Reyhani. Standing Up for Climate Change, Springer, (in press). 
    • “Participatory Development of Strategies for the Transformation of Agriculture”, Philipp Grundmann, Mohammad Naser Reyhani, Judy A. Libra, Lena Horlemann, Simone Kraatz, Omid Zamani and Mohammad Zare. Standing Up for Climate Change, Springer, (in press).
    • “Adaptation Strategies for Sustainable Water and Land Use Management in Roodasht”, Mohammad Naser Reyhani, Wolf Raber and Shahrooz Mohajeri. Standing Up for Climate Change, Springer, (in press).
    • “Vulnerability Analysis of Farmers in the Roodasht Region, Iran”, Wolf Raber, Parisa Jafari Berenji, Mohammad Naser Reyhani, Shahrooz Mohajeri and Lena Horlemann. Reviving the Dying Giant: Integrated Water Resource Management in the Zayandeh Rud Catchment, Iran. Springer, 2017. 
    • “Toward Sustainable Agriculture: Building Social-Ecological Resilience under Water Scarcity”, Mohammad Naser Reyhani, Saeid Eslamian and Alireza Davari. Handbook of Drought and Water Scarcity, Taylor & Francis publication, 2016.
    • “Environmental Flows in Scarce Water Resources Conditions”, Alireza Davari, Ali Bagheri, Mohammad Naser Reyhani and Saeid Eslamian. Handbook of Drought and Water Scarcity, Taylor & Francis publication, 2016.
    • “Iranian Qanats: An Ancient and Sustainable Water Resources Utilization”, Saeid Eslamian, Alireza Davari and Mohammad Naser Reyhani, Underground Aqueducts Handbook, Andreas N. Angelakis, Eustathios Chiotis, Saeid Eslamian, Herbert Weingartner, Taylor & Francis publication, 2016.
    • “Urban Water Reuse: Future Policies and Outlooks”, Saeid Eslamian, Saeid Okhravi and Mohammad Naser Reyhani. Handbook of Urban Water Reuse, Taylor & Francis publication, 2015.
    • “Qanats, The Symbol of Sustainability”, Saeid Eslamian, Alireza Davari and Mohammad Naser Reyhani, Proceeding of Second IWA Workshop on Evolution of Qanat and Relevant Hydraulic Technologies, UNESCO-ICQHS and IWA, Shahandeh Publication, 2015.
  • Conferences
    • “From Conflict to Engagement in Agricultural Water Governance: The Case of Zayandeh-Rud Basin, Iran”, Mohammad Naser Reyhani and Philipp Grundmann. Tropentag 2019. University of Kassel, Germany. September 17-20, 2019. (Oral presentation)
    • “Engagement of Farmers in Adaptive Water Governance: Perceptions on the Role of Farmers’ Organization”, Mohammad Naser Reyhani, Philipp Grundmann and Saeid Eslamian. 5th YES Congress 2019: “Rocking Earth’s Future”. Free University of Berlin, Germany. September 9-14, 2019. (Oral oresentation)
    • “Contribution of Farmers’ Organization in Engagement Process toward Adaptive Water Governance: Investigating the Perception of Different Actors”, Mohammad Naser Reyhani, Philipp Grundmann and Saeid Eslamian. KOSMOS-Conference: Navigating the Sustainability Transformation in the 21st Century. Humboldt University Berlin, Germany. August 28-30, 2019. (Oral presentation)
    • “Boosting Engagement in Adaptive Water Governance: A Participatory Stakeholder Analysis”, Mohammad Naser Reyhani, Philipp Grundmann. 23rd Annual Conference of the Society for Institutional & Organizational Economics. Stockholm School of Economics, Sweeden. June 27–29, 2019. (Oral presentation)

Curriculum Vitae

Education:
  • Since 2018, PhD Candidate, Resource Economics Group, Faculty of Life Science, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany.
    • Proposal Title: Transitions towards Sustainable Management of Agricultural Water Demand in the Zayandeh-Rud River Basin, Iran.
  • 2016, Master of Science, Agricultural Engineering-Water, Department of Water Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran.
    • Thesis Title: Developing an Integrated Assessment Method for Integrated Water Resources Management using a Systemic Approach; Case Study: Kor-Sivand River Basin.
  • 2012, Bachlor of Science, Agricultural Engineering - Water, Department of Water Engineering, Shiraz University, Shiraz, Iran.

Work Experience:
  • 2015-2018, Project Coordinator and Researcher, inter3 GmbH, Berlin, Germany.

Projects:
  • Since 2018, Zayandeh-Life Project, Leibniz Institute for Agricultural Engineering and Bioeconomy (ATB), Funded by Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL).
  • 2015–2018, Integrated Water Resources Management Zayandeh-Rud. inter3 GmbH, Funded by German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), www.iwrm-zayandehrud.com
  • 2015–2017, Sustainable land use strategies for climate change adaptation in the lower reaches of the Zayandeh Rud River in Iran. inter3 GmbH, Supervised by  Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), Funded by German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB).

Trainings:
  • Summer School on “Research Based Policy Advice, How does it work?”, Thunen Inistitute, Funded by BMEL, Germany, August 2019.
  • Summer School on “Archetype Analysis in Sustainability Research”, Humboldt University Berlin, October 2018.
  • Summer School, “Water in Urban Life 2020 - Transition towards sustainable Water Resource Management in Urban Systems?", University of Duisburg-Essen, Funded by DAAD, Germany, 2015.
  • Summer Academy, “Water and Environment in times of Global Change Program”, Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences, Funded by DAAD, Germany, 2015.

 

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Events

25. Feb. 2020: Optimierung des Sorghumanbaus

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25. Feb. 2020: Bioökonomie in Brandenburg, ATB

ATB-Kolloquium: “Nachhaltige Bioökonomie in Brandenburg - Beispiele klima- und umweltschonender regionaler Wertschöpfungsketten”

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