Esraa Tarawneh

Esraa Tarawneh
Mu’tah University · Civil and Environmental Engineering

PhD

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January 2018 - present
Mu’tah University
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
January 2018 - present
Mutah University
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Education
January 2013 - July 2017
University of Liverpool
Field of study
  • Water and Environmental Engineering

Publications

Publications (7)
Poster
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This study reports data from field sampling of catchment and reservoir bed sediments undertaken in October 2013 in the Wala catchment, Jordan, and findings of geochemical analysis of the sediments. The primary aim of this study is to investigate the relationship between sediments from different locations within the catchment and those deposited wit...
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EXTENDED ABSTRACT Negli ultimi anni, la Giordania e altri Paesi del Medio Oriente sono stati interessati da inondazioni distruttive, con perdite di vite umane e danni alle infrastrutture. Questo studio analizza le inondazioni improvvise giornaliere nella regione del Wala, nella Giordania centrale, dove si è verificata la maggior parte delle alluvio...
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Pre-assessment of catchment management scenarios using hydrologic modelling
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This study uses the Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) model to quantitatively compare available input datasets in a data-poor dryland environment (Wala catchment, Jordan; 1743 km2). Eighteen scenarios combining best available land-use, soil and weather datasets (1979–2002) are considered to construct SWAT models. Data include local observations...
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This study uses the Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) model to quantitatively compare available input datasets in a data-poor dryland environment (Wala catchment, Jordan; 1743 km2). Eighteen scenarios combining best available land-use, soil and weather datasets (1979–2002) are considered to construct SWAT models. Data include local observations...
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This study presents an application of the Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT), associated with Geographic Information System (GIS) to simulate the hydrology, soil erosion and sedimentation of Wala dam catchment (2000 km 2) in Jordan. Model calibration (for the period May 1972 to October 1979) and verification (for the period October 1990 to Septe...

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Project
The eMWRE will implement an innovative eMaster in water resources to modernise the education using innovative technology and advanced tools to provide more sustainable solutions to the water scarcity problems in the MENA region. The project also aims at developing an eLearning platform to promote joint research, develop and educate on Open Source Software and Open Access data for Integrated Water Resources Management.