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Dr Arif Anwar BSc, MSc, MCCI, MSc, MSc, PhD

Principal Research and Head of Office, International Water Management Institute, Pakistan

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Dr Arif Anwar is Principal Research and Head of Office, International Water Management Institute, Pakistan within Engineering and Physical Sciences at the University of Southampton.

I describe myself as a Research Engineer. As an engineer what motivates me is to seek solutions to problems. As a researcher I seek innovative solutions to problems. I specialize in water resources and particular water resources for agricultural productivity. I am particularly interested in the interface between the engineering/irrigation infrastructure and the individuals and institutions that use and govern this infrastructure.

I am currently on sabbatical and have taken up a position with the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) where I am Principal Research and Head IWMI Pakistan.

Research interests

Revitalizing Irrigation in Pakistan (RevIIP)

Pakistan Water Dialog (PakWatDialog)

Pakistan Water Governance (PakWatGov)

Research group

Energy and Climate Change

Affiliate research group

Water and Environmental Engineering Group

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Book Chapter

  • Wiseman, A. J., & Anwar, A. A. (1999). Baffle sluice constant discharge modules. In 17th International Congress on Irrigation and Drainage, Granada, Spain 1999 on the Theme 'Water for Agriculture in the Next Minnennium" (pp. 48-56). International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage.



Senior Lecturer, currently on sabbatical

Dr Arif Anwar
Engineering, University of Southampton, Highfield, Southampton. SO17 1BJ United Kingdom

Room Number: 178/4009

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