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Gebremedhin Gebremeskel Haile

Irrigation and Water Resources Management Research, Mekelle Agricultural Research Center, Tigray Agricultural Research Institute, Mekelle, Ethiopia


Gebremedhin Gebremeskel Haile Currently studying Ph.D. at the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China. He’s major is Physical Geography with Hydrology specialization. He’s most recent publication is "Droughts in East Africa: Causes, impacts and resilience", EARTH-SCIENCE REVIEW. He is interested in understanding how the hydrological process changes during drought under multidimensional aspects. He also focuses on ongoing regional and global drought changes as a result of climate variability and anthropogenic effects.

Research Interest

Climate change; Downscaling; Emission scenarios; REMO; SDSM; Werii watershed

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