Farshid Daryabor

Farshid Daryabor
Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research | AWI · Computing Center

PhD

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Additional affiliations
October 2016 - present
University of Copenhagen
Position
  • PhD Student
September 2015 - September 2016
University of Malaya
Position
  • Research Associate
November 2014 - present
University of Malaya
Position
  • Association member
Education
January 2008 - February 2012
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
Field of study
  • Physical Oceanography

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Publications (16)
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The Natural Resources Conservation Service Curve Number (NRCS-CN) is a popular rainfall-runoff modeling method. In this study the performance of the NRCS-CN method in runoff estimation for single storms based on a new initial abstraction ratio ( in the semi-arid climate of Khorasan Razavi, Iran, is presented. The method utilizes public domain Geogr...
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The BS-MFC (Black Sea Monitoring and Forecasting Centre) delivers near real time and multi-year products for the Black Sea region with the scope to describe its physical, biogeochemical and wave conditions in the frame of CMEMS. This is done through 3 Production Units – Physics, Biogeochemistry and Waves – that implement state-of-the-art and accura...
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In order to adapt to the future climate change, understanding and providing a quantitative framework by isolating the effects of individual climate parameters on coastal dynamics process, erosion, rising sea levels and sediment movement are needed to minimize future marine and coastal ecosystem risks. Regional Coastal-Ecosystem Downscaling Model (R...
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The operational near real time and reanalysis physical system for the Black Sea is one of the three production units of the Black Sea Monitoring and Forecasting Centre (BS-MFC). It is operationally working since October 2016 in the framework of Copernicus Marine Environment and Monitoring Service (CMEMS), producing every day 3-days analysis, 1-day...
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This research compares data from the Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission 3B42 V6 with data obtained from 19 synoptic rain gauges during the period 1998–2010 over the semiarid climate of Khorasan Razavi, Iran. Validation was performed using three spatial extents, including 1 TRMM grid face from the synoptic station (1PTRM), 3 TRMM points surrounding...
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This study aims to develop a methodology for generating a flood runoff susceptibility (FRS) map using a revised curve number (CN) method. The study area is in the Kuantan watershed (KW), Malaysia, which was seriously affected by floods in December 2013 and December 2014. A revised runoff CN map was developed for the study area and then compared wit...
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A three-dimensional Regional Ocean Modelling System is used to study the tidal characteristics and their dynamics in the Sunda Shelf of the southern South China Sea. In this model, the outer domain is set with a 25 km resolution and the inner one, with a 9 km resolution. Calculations are performed on the inner domain. The model is forced at the sea...
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A three-dimensional Regional Ocean Modeling System is used to study the seasonal water circulations and transports of the Southern South China Sea. The simulated seasonal water circulations and estimated transports show consistency with observations, e.g., satellite altimeter data set and re-analysis data of the Simple Ocean Data Assimilation. It i...
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The ecosystem off the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia is controlled by multiple physical processes during the monsoons (winter and summer) , including the air-sea interaction (such as net heat and surface freshwater fluxes), the small-scale eddies off the southern South China Sea (SSCS), and the monsoon wind induced coastal upwelling. Using high-...
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Upwelling off the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia (PM) was detected from recent cruise data collected during the southwest monsoon. Thermocline lifting was observed at 104˚E from a number of parallel transects. To confirm the presence of upwelling, satellite remote sensing data were used, and numerical model experiments were conducted. A cooler s...
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Using the Regional Ocean Modeling System (ROMS), this study aims to provide an estimate of the volume, freshwater, heat, and salt transports through the Sunda Shelf and the Strait of Malacca in the southern region of the South China Sea (SSCS). The modeling system is configured with two one-way nested domains representing parent and child with reso...
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The regional ocean modelling system (ROMS), at a resolution of 9 km, is used to investigate the dynamics of the sea off the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia (ECPM). The model is configured with two, one-way nested domains. Two simulations are performed in order to understand the dynamical structure of the sea off ECPM. The first simulation is a co...
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This study investigates the southwest monsoon circulation and temperature along the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia by using the Regional Ocean Modeling System at 9 km resolution. The simulated circulation shows strong northward flowing western boundary currents along the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia with maximum speed of approximately of 0....
Thesis
The Regional Ocean Modelling System (ROMS) was used to investigate the dynamics of circulation and thermohaline structures of the southern region of the South China Sea covering Peninsular Malaysia’s eastern continental shelf sea and coastal waters of western Borneo. The first part of the study considered the wind-driven circulation and associated...
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The seasonal ocean circulation and the seasonal thermal structure in Peninsular Malaysia's eastern continental shelf sea were studied numerically using the Regional Ocean Model System (ROMS) with 18-km horizontal resolution and 50 sigma levels conforming to a realistic bottom topography. A 10-year control run was performed using climatological mont...

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Modelling the oceanography of modern and ancient shelf seas including tracers such as hydrogen sulfide and iron