Degraded drylands have a limited ecosystem functionality and require well-targeted rehabilitation interventions and sustainable land management for improvement. A promising rehabilitation package using mechanized micro-catchment water harvesting, for...
Mira Haddad is a senior research assistant: spatial analysis and database management working in the Water, Land and Ecosystem program (WLE) at ICARDA since 2013. She holds a MSc. in Environmental Science and Management. She is specialized in spatial analysis and database management. Mira work with WLE scientists in implementing projects related to soil and water management in several countries in the region.
She is responsible for project databases (including field data) collection, analysis, curation, and development. She functions hydrological models for watershed management and predicting climate change impacts, defining suitable and similar areas to adopt improved agriculture technologies.