Department / group: Centre for Environmental Research
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Research interests:

Climatology and Climate Change

Remote Sensing

Geographical Information System (GIS)

Career history:

Present: PhD “Geospatial analysis of climate change vulnerability in South Asia using Remote Sensing”.

Zermina joined UWS in October 2015 to undertake a PhD focusing on geospatial analysis of climate change vulnerability in South Asia using remote sensing. Prior to starting her doctoral studies, Zermina was a research scholar in the remote sensing and GIS group in the Department of Space Science at the University of the Punjab in Pakistan where she also gained her MPhil and BSc (Hons) degrees.

Active research projects:

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Recent publications:

ul-Haq, Z., Rana, A. D., Ali, M., Mahmood, K., Tariq, S., and Qayyum, Z. (2015) Carbon monoxide (CO) emissions and its tropospheric variability over Pakistan using satellite-sensed data. Advances in Space Research. Vol.56(4), pp.583-595.