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Shahan Haq

Operational Team

Intern, Adaptation Analytics

Shahan is a graduate student in the University of Maryland’s Department of Geology, where he is researching the interactive effects of pollution, urban development, and climate change on our water resources. After receiving a bachelor degree in physics, also from the University of Maryland, Shahan worked on a variety of research projects through the Earth System Science Interdisciplinary Center, which involved defining urban ecology, tracking long-term environmental change in Baltimore, modeling how rivers change through space and time, and measuring the impact of environmental restoration strategies.  Shahan is also part avid hiker, part coffee enthusiast, part wannabe guitarist, and part brain-stormer of ways that new data could be used to solve old political, environmental, and societal problems.