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I am Fatemeh Karandish, a researcher in the Water Management group, University of Twente, the Netherlands. I started WF projects for Iran since 2013, and was fortunate to work with Prof. Arjen. Y. Hoekstra, in this research group during two research stay in 2015 and 2017. You may find our joint papers in the following selected publication. We also are continuing these projects, the main goal of which is to provide applicable solutions for alleviating blue water scarcity in Iran, while keeping food security and environmental sustainability. I welcome researchers who are interested in having joint projects on WF assessment for Iran. In addition, my full research interest and published papers may be found in my own page on ResearchGate.
Karandish, F., Hoekstra, A.Y. & Hogeboom, R.J. (2020) Reducing food waste and changing cropping patterns to reduce water consumption and pollution in cereal production in Iran. Journal of Hydrology, 586:124881. Find it here
Karandish, F. (2019) Applying grey water footprint assessment to achieve environmental sustainability within a nation under intensive agriculture: A high-resolution assessment for common agrochemicals and crops, Environmental Earth Sciences, 78: 200. Find it here
Karandish, F. & Šimůnek, J. (2019) A comparison of the HYDRUS (2D/3D) and SALTMED models to investigate the influence of various water-saving irrigation strategies on the maize water footprint, Agricultural Water Management, 213: 809-820. Find it here
Karandish, F., Hoekstra, A.Y. & Hogeboom, R.J. (2018) Groundwater saving and quality improvement by reducing water footprints of crops to benchmarks levels, Advances in Water Resources, 121: 480-491. Find it here
Karandish, F. & Šimůnek, J. (2018) An application of the water footprint assessment to optimize production of crops irrigated with saline water: A scenario assessment with HYDRUS, Agricultural Water Management, 208: 67-82. Find it here
Karandish, F. & Hoekstra, A.Y. (2017) Informing national food and water security policy through water footprint assessment: the case of Iran, Water, 9(11): 831. Find it here