Master Degree Student
Design evaluation of Oaklands Park Wetland through water quality analyses
I am currently pursuing Master’s degree in Water Resources Management in Flinders University. During the second academic year, I am working on Master’s research project which is ‘Design evaluation of Oaklands Park Wetland through water quality analyses’. The aim of this project is that Environmental Health risks has been reduced through recycling storm water. Since wetlands have direct and indirect impacts on human health in terms of ecosystems provision, livelihood and lifestyles (social determinant of health) and safe ground water recharge. It also ensures safe reuse of storm water and contributes into sustainable development goals (SDGs) target 6.3. The objectives of this research project are
- To analyse the impacts of water levels in different time periods on water quality in the entire wetland
- To see the impacts of weather (storms) on water quality improvement efficiency of wetland through analysis of different water quality parameters
I have working experience of almost 8 years in WHO country office, Pakistan as National Professional Officer- Environmental Health. The majority of this period had been dedicated to providing technical assistance to emergency water and sanitation services of disaster affected communities and multi-sectoral participatory emergency humanitarian programs and projects.