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This work is a product of an ongoing collaboration between Utah State University and Iranian researchers with joint interests to tackle natural resources management problems such as restoring Lake Urmia in Iran. These problems are large, complex, and long lasting. They require diverse and integrated expertise, deep engagement, and funding to make progress. We welcome researchers from Iran, the US, and other countries to join our efforts.
40-Years of Lake Urmia Restoration Research: Synthesis and Next Steps, Marsoud Parsinejad, David E. Rosenberg, Yusuf Alizade Govarchin Ghale, Bahram Khazaei, Sarah Null, Omid Raja, Ammar Safaie, Somayeh Sima, Armin Sorooshian, and Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh
Managing Lake Urmia, Iran for Diverse Restoration Objectives: Moving Beyond a Uniform Target Lake Level, Somayeh Sima, David E. Rosenberg, Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh, Sarah E. Null, and Karin M. Kettenring; Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies
How Can Researchers and Managers Better Collaborate on Lake Urmia Restoration?, David E. Rosenberg, Masoud Parsinejad, Somayeh Sima, Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh, Sarah Null, Armin Sorooshian, Omid Raja, Yusef Alizade Govarchin Ghale, Bahram Khazaei, and Saeed Morid
Restoring Lake Urmia: Moving beyond a Uniform Lake Level (2-page Summary), Somayeh Sima, David E. Rosenberg, Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh, Sarah Null, and Karin M. Kettenring