Ms Maryam Navi

Maryam Navi
Higher Degree by Research Candidate
PhD Student
School of Public Health
Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences

Maryam Navi is a PhD student in the School of Public Health. Her PhD focuses on developing health related indicators of climate change. She uses a mixed methods approach with both quantitative and qualitative methodologies. She also uses spatial analysis to identify vulnerable populations to climate change in metropolitan Adelaide. Her research involves interviews with stakeholders in government and non-government organisations and findings of the project will have implications for health policy makers.

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Ms Maryam Navi

Maryam Navi is a PhD student in the School of Public Health. Her PhD focuses on developing health related indicators of climate change. She uses a mixed methods approach with both quantitative and qualitative methodologies. She also uses spatial analysis to identify vulnerable populations to climate change in metropolitan Adelaide. Her research involves interviews with stakeholders in government and non-government organisations and findings of the project will have implications for health policy makers.

Maryam Navi is a PhD student in the School of Public Health. Her PhD focuses on developing health related indicators of climate change. She uses a mixed methods approach with both quantitative and qualitative methodologies. She also uses spatial analysis to identify vulnerable populations to climate change in metropolitan Adelaide. Her research involves interviews with stakeholders in government and non-government organisations and findings of the project will have implications for health policy makers.

Research Interests

Environment Policy, Environmental & Occupational Health, Environmental Impact Assessment, Environmental Monitoring, Environmental Sciences, Epidemiology, Public Health

Journals

Year Citation
2017 Navi, M., Nasiri, S. & Skelly, C. (2017). Basin-wide groundwater vulnerability assessment: a GIS based DRASTIC approach to the problem of coal seam gas extracted water. AIMS Environmental Science, 4, 1, 168-186.
10.3934/environsci.2017.1.168
2017 Navi, M., Hansen, A., Nitschke, M., Hanson-Easey, S. & Pisaniello, D. (2017). Developing health-related indicators of climate change: Australian stakeholder perspectives. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 14, 5, 552-1-552-14.
10.3390/ijerph14050552
2016 Navi, M., Pisaniello, D., Hansen, A. & Nitschke, M. (2016). Potential Health Outcome and Vulnerability Indicators of Climate Change for Australia: Evidence for Policy Development. Australian Journal of Public Administration, Online, 2, 1-16.
10.1111/1467-8500.12202
2015 Navi, M., Skelly, C., Taulis, M. & Nasiri, S. (2015). Coal seam gas water: potential hazards and exposure pathways in Queensland. International Journal of Environmental Health Research, 25, 2, 162-183.
10.1080/09603123.2014.915018
2014 Shirzad, M., Babaie, H., Kiani, T., Navi, M., Gholami, H., Arefipour, S. ... Motevalli, K. (2014). Framework and modeling structure of Exploration and Mining Cadastre system in Iran. Earth Science Informatics, 7, 2, 123-138.
10.1007/s12145-014-0150-x

Book Chapters

Year Citation
2010 Navi, M. & Misconi, H. (2010). Medical Geology in the Middle East. In O. Selinus, R. B. Finkelman & J. A. Centeno (Eds.), Medical Geology A Regional Synthesis Springer Science & Business Media.
Position
PhD Student
Phone
83133321
Fax
8313 6885
Campus
North Terrace
Building
Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences Building
Room Number
WS9062.35
Org Unit
Public Health

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