Центрально-Азиатский Институт прикладных Исследований Земли (ЦАИИЗ)

Центрально-Азиатский Институт прикладных Исследований Земли (ЦАИИЗ)
Central-Asian Institute for Applied Geosciences (CAIAG)


Esenaman uulu Muhammed
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12.2017-01.2020    Postgraduate student of the National Academy of Sciences of the Kyrgyz  Republic, Institute of Geology, Department of Geography. Supervisor: Associate Professor Bakirov K.B.

10.2015-07.2017    Master's degree Kyrgyz National University named after Zh. Balasagyn, Faculty of Geography, Ecology and Tourism

09.2011 - 07.2015    Bachelor's degree Kyrgyz National University named after J. Balasagyn,  Faculty of Geography, Ecology and Tourism

Work experience

07. 2017 - present - Junior Researcher in the Department "Climate, Water and Natural Resources", Central Asian Institute for Applied Geosciences (CAIAG).

06.2015- 05.2017 Junior Researcher at the Glaciology Laboratory, Tien Shan High-Altitude Scientific Center at the Institute of Water Problems and Hydropower of the National Academy of Sciences of the Kyrgyz Republic.

Work and cooperation in projects:

In Tien Shan High-Altitude Scientific Center from 2014-2016 Research project: Contribution to the surface runoff of ice and snow in High Asia (CHARIS) University of Colorado, USA.

In CAIAG within the framework of international and joint projects, such as "Capacity Building and Climate Observation Service" (CATCOS – "Capacity Building and Twinning for Climate Observing Systems", 2013-2015), "Cryosphere Climate Data for Improved Adaptation" (CICADA - "Cryosphere Ice Climate Services for improved Adaptation", 2017-2020), "Adaptation to climate change based on an ecosystem Approach in the highlands of Central Asia Asia" (EbA – "Ecosystem-based adaptation to climate change in high mountainous areas of Central Asia", 2016-2020) and others with the GFZ (g. Potsdam, Germany), the Universities of Fribourg and Zurich (Switzerland), Humboldt University (Berlin, Germany). "Solutions to ensure clean water in the catchment basin of Central Asia - what happens after the ice?" 2019-2021. (SCWAI); and the Study of Central Asia and the Adaptation of the Water supply Network (CARAWAN), by the Universities of Reading (UK), etc.

Advanced training and trainings:

16.01.2020-27.01.2020 Research internship at the Department of Geography and Sciences about the environment of the University of Reading

16.03.2019-02.04.2019 Trainings on the development of methods for the determination of chemical water composition and hydrological modeling Department Geography and Environmental Sciences of the University of Reading

01.2019-18.01.2019 Research internship at the Faculty of Geography Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany.

03.01.2019-02.03.2019 Research internship on mass balance modeling glaciers, in the Department of Earth Sciences in the Alpine Cryosphere and group Geomorphology of the University of Fribourg, Switzerland.

10.08.2017-18.08.2017 Summer School for measuring and analyzing the mass balance of glaciers in within the framework of the World Glacier Monitoring Service (WGMS). Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

The main direction of scientific research is glaciology: regime and dynamics of glaciers, hydrology, geochemistry of rivers and glaciers, climate of high mountains.

Main publications over the last 5 years:

  1. Usubaliev R.A. et al. The Glacial Systems of Kyrgyzstan under Climate Change. In: Kulenbekov Z.E., Asanov B.D. (eds) Water Resource Management in Central Asia and Afghanistan. Springer Water. Springer, Cham. (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-68337-5_7.
  2. Phillip Schuster et al., Glacier monitoring as a prerequisite for local-scale adaption of water resource management. Safeguarding Mountains - A Global Challenge: Facing emerging risks, adapting to changing environments and building. Section IV: Major Mountain Ranges -The Regional Perspective (Central Asia). Stefan Schneiderbauer (Editor). (2021)
  3. Vadim Yapiyev et al., Water quality in urbanized alpine catchments of Central Asia - what happens after the ice? EGU2020-802 https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2020/EGU2020-802.html
  4. Kalashnikova O.Yu. etc., The influence of climatic changes on the runoff and glaciation of the Ala-Archa river basin for the period 1915-2018 from 36-41 http://www.science-journal.kg/media/Papers/nntiik/2019/4/36-41.pdf
  5. Esenaman u M. The state of glaciers in the Chon-Kyzyl-Suu basin. From 105-107 http://www.science-journal.kg/media/Papers/nntiik/2017/3/nntiik-2017-N3-105-107.pdf

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