İrem Daloğlu Çetinkaya

Office: 
HKC-206
e-mail: 
irem.daloglu@boun.edu.tr
Phone: 
+90 212 359 4602
Interest Areas: 
Modeling social ecological systems
 
Impacts of climate change on freshwater systems
 
Impacts of human activities on sustainability of natural resources
 
Education: 

Ph.D., Resource Ecology and Management University of Michigan, USA, 2013

M.S., Engineering Management, Northeastern University, USA, 2008

B.S. Geological Engineering Middle East Technical University, TR, 2005

Academic Career: 

Instructor, Institute of Environmental Sciences, Bogazici University, Istanbul, 2015- Present

Part-time Instructor, Institute of Environmental Sciences, Bogazici University, Istanbul, 2014-2015

Research Fellow, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor , 2013-2014

Research Assisstant, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 2008-2013

Recent Projects: 
  1. Local climate narratives in Turkey toward effective local climate actions”, The Centre for Applied Turkey Studies (CATS) Network Funding (February 2022 - December 2022, 32,500 EUR
  2. “Innovative and Sustainable Groundwater Management in the Mediterranean: InTheMED”, Partnership for Research and Innovation in the Mediterranean Region (PRIMA), 1,589,000 Euro [Award ID: 58000300; April 2020 – April 2023].
  3. “COBENEFITS: Assessment of improvements in air quality related to an increase in the share of renewable energy in Turkey’s electricity mix”, Institute of Advanced Sustainability Studies, Potsdam, Germany, 26,900 Euro [Award ID: 18-96; October 2018 – April 2019].
  4. Bogazici University, Scientific Research Projects Fund (BAP): “Vulnerability of Istanbul’s water supplies due to changes in climate and urban dynamics”, 2017-2018.
Selected Publications: 
  1. Daloğlu Cetinkaya, I., Yazar, M., Kılınç, S., Güven, B. (2022). Urban Climate Resilience and Water Insecurity in Cities: Evidence from Future Scenarios on Water Supply and Demand in Istanbul. Urban Water Journal 10.1080/1573062X.2022.2066548
  2. Marangoz, D., Daloğlu, I. (2022). Development of a water security index incorporating future challenges. In W.L. Filho and E.Manolas (Ed). World Sustainability Series: Climate Change in the Mediterranean and Middle East Region. SpringerLink.
  3. Daloğlu, I., Nassauer, J.I., Riolo, R., Scavia, D. 2014. An integrated social and ecological modeling framework – Impacts of agricultural conservation practices on water quality, Ecology and Society 19(3): 12. 
  4. Daloğlu, I., Nassauer, J.I., Riolo, R., Scavia, D. 2014. Developing a farmer typology to link agent-based models with SWAT, Agricultural Systems 129, 93-102.
  5. Scavia, D., J. D. Allan, K. K. Arend, S. Bartell, D. Beletsky, N. S. Bosch, S. B. Brandt, R. D. Briland, I. Daloğlu, J. V. DePinto, D. M. Dolan, M. A. Evans, T. M. Farmer,D. Goto, H. Han, T. O. Höök, R. Knight, S. A. Ludsin, D. Mason, A. M. Michalak, R. P. Richards, J. J. Roberts, D. K. Rucinski, E. Rutherford, D. J. Schwab, T. Sesterhenn, H. Zhang, Y. Zhou. 2014. Assessing and addressing the re-eutrophication of Lake Erie: Central Basin Hypoxia, Journal of Great Lakes Research. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jglr.2014.02.004