Ali Dastgheib graduated with a BSc in Civil Engineering from Shiraz University, Iran in 1999 and received a MSc (Gold Medalist) in Hydraulic Structures from Amir Kabir University of Technology (Tehran Polytechnic), Iran in 2001. He then worked for Port and Shipping Organization of Iran as a researcher and in late 2002 joined Pouya Tarh Pars Consulting Engineers as a design manager dealing with port planning and design of coastal structures. In April 2007 he graduated with a second MSc in coastal engineering and port development from UNESCO-IHE, Delft, The Netherlands after carrying out his research at WL|Delft Hydraulics.
Articles By Ali Dastgheib
As a result of the closure of the Zuider Sea 75 years ago, as well as subsequent interventions and natural disturbances, the Wadden Sea is no longer in an equilibrium or stable condition, but modelling indicates that in the long-term a new dynamic equilibrium state should return.