Scholar Biography

Scholar Biography

Nazli Koseoglu

Optimising Water Use in Scotland: Valuation, Tradability and Portfolio Theory

Study dates: 02/12/2013 - 01/12/2017

M. Nazli Koseoglu is a PhD student at the School of Geoscience of the University of Edinburgh and Scotland’s Rural College. Prior to starting her PhD, Nazli studied for a MSc in Environmental Studies in Spain and an engineering BSc in Turkey. Her PhD is a part of the Scottish Government’s Hydro Nation Programme which aims to promote the value of Scottish water resources and expertise in water. Nazli’s project looks to evaluate the economic value of fresh water available and its optimal allocation of water among its competing uses (and non-uses) in Scotland.

To view Nazli's latest knowledge exchange outputs please click on relevant links below:

  • Water Pollution Control Under Uncertainty in Scotland (Poster)
  • Demistifying Natural Retention Measures (Journal Article)
  • Optimising Water Use in Scotland: Valuation, Tradablity and Porfolio Theory (Poster)
  • The Analysis of Single Malt Whisky's Supply Chain (Report)
  • Accounting for Water Use and Its Economic Value in Scotch Whisky Industry (Poster)