Jawad Hasan

Post:

Associate Professor of Hydrogeology

Location:

Earth and Environmental sciences Dep

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About

Place of Birth:    Jerusalem
Nationality:    Palestinian
Present Employment:    Al-Quds University, Earth and environmental sciences
Work Address:    Earth and environmental sciences department, Al-Quds University, Abu-Dis, P.O. Box: 89, Jerusalem – Palestine.
Private:     Salah Al-Dien st.   East Jerusalem, P.O. Box: 67793

Biography note:

Dr. Jawad Hasan Shoqeir is the director of Soil & hydrology research, working at the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Al-Quds University, Palestine. Dr. Shoqeir interests are focused in the field of integrated water resources management (IWRM), groundwater quality, watershed hydrology. He has worked extensively on soils and water quality issues as well as he is enrolled in ILTER. He has worked extensively on Wadi Nar/Kidron master plan and Yarqon/Auja master plan were water management issue is a main conflict issue between riparian’s. Dr. Shoqeir teaching several courses for graduates and postgraduates about water resources management and cross conflict issues among riparian countries. Dr. Shoqeir projects are related to understanding and estimating water quality, water budget in the Dead Sea Basin, he is interested in the impact of brine water and wastewater mixing with the available freshwater along Graben fault.

Education

  • 2009    PhD in Hydrogeology, Karlsruhe University, Germany
  • 2005     M.Sc. in Environmental Studies, Al-Quds University.
  • 1998    B.Sc. Life Science, Al-Quds University

Present Employment

  • Employer    Enrolment date: 01/07/1998 – present Al-Quds University, Depart. Earth and environmental sciences Chair of the departmint from 2010 – 2013, Soil Hydrology Research (SHR) 2010 – present (http://research.alquds.edu/research-labs.html#faqnoanchor)
  • 2004 – 2005    Quality manager Center of Chemical and Biological Cnalysis, Al-Quds University
  • 1998 – 2004    Research Assistant / Center of chemical and Biological analysis, Dept. Soil studies, Al-Quds University,

Training & Technical Courses

  • 16 March, 2015: training for Mediterranean Decision Support System for Marine Safety (MEDESS-4MS), Cyprus Oceanography Center (www.medess4ms.eu).
  • 2 February – 29 March, 2015: Technical Course on Wastewater Treatment and Disposal of Urban Solid Wast, III edition, Hydroaid, FED/2011/279-318, www.hydroaid.org.
  • 16 September – 16 November, 2012: Technical course on Planning for Sustainability, I edition, Hydroaid , www.hydroaid.org.

Membership

Membership of Professional Associations:  

  • International Long Term Ecological Research, ILTER- Europe (2015)
  • International Association of Hydrogeologists, IAH member (2014 - 2015)
  • Academic Council at Al-Quds Uni. (2010 – 2013)  
  • The University of Al-Quds examination Committee (2009 – 2011)
  •  Scientific committee of center for chemical and biological analysis 2009

Recent articles

  • Kurtz, M.P.; Peikert, B.; Brühl, C.; Dag, A.; Zipori, I.; Shoqeir, J.H.; Schaumann, G.E. Effects of Olive Mill Wastewater on Soil Microarthropods and Soil Chemistry in Two Different Cultivation Scenarios in Israel and Palestinian Territories. Agriculture 2015,5, 857-878. doi:10.3390/agriculture5030857  

  • Shoqeir, J., (2014). Tracing Groundwater in Karstic Aquifer: IWRM Components Implications and Challenges, Lambert academic Publishing, ISBN: 978-3-659-27211-0.

  • Jawad Hasan Shoqeir, Heinz Hoetzl, Akiva Flexer (2014) Integration of Electrical Resistivity and Electromagnetic Radiation Methods for Fracture Flow System Detection. International Journal of Geosciences, 5, 863-875. http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/ijg.2014.58076

  • Shoqeir, J.H. (2014) Depletive Water Balance and High Vulnerability Due to Conflicts over Access and Rights. Journal of Water Resource and Protection, 6, 1011-1016. http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/jwarp.2014.611095

  • Peikert, B., Schaumann, G. E., Keren, Y., Bukhanovsky, N., Borisover, M., Garfha, M.A., Hasan (Shoqeir), J., Dag, A., (in press). (2014) Characterization of soils of Israel and West Bank polluted with olive mill wastewater, Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.agee.2014.08.025

  • Schaumann, G., Shemotyuk, L., Hasan (Shoqeir), J., Marei, A., Borisover, M., and Nasser, A. (2011) Potential effects of olive oil production wastewater on soil quality. ISHS Acta Horticulturae 888: International Symposium on Olive Irrigation and Oil Quality.

  • Hasan (Shoqeir). J., Froukh. H., and Hoetzl. H. (2010).  Watershed Management Under Terms of Depletive Water Balance and High Vulnerability in Wadi Fuqeen: West Bank-Palestine.  IWRM Book

Conferences

Conferences and workshops

  • Shoqeir, J.H ., Peikert, B. And Schaumann, G. E. (2014) Effect of Olive Mill Wastewater on Soil Pollution Build up: Screening Study. (CISNEM Taza) Faculté Polydisciplinaire de Taza, 15 - 16 décembre, 2014. www.fpt-usmba.ac.ma

  • Shoqeir, J.H (2014) Willingness to use, to pay and to maintain treated water cycle, social water Studies in MENA region conference 28th – 29th September, 2014 – GJU maddaba, Jordan.

  • Shoqeir, J., (2014). IWRM and boundary delineation: Wadi Nar Wastewater Challenges and the Transition 13-15, March, 2014

  • G. E. Schaumann, B. Peikert, J. Hasan (Shoqeir), M. Borisover, A. Nasser, A. Marei Sawalha, A. Dag, Y. Keren, M. Abu Garfha, N. Tamimi, M. Kurtz, M. Njoum, N. Bukhanovsky (2013): Wastewater from Olive Oil Mills in Israel and Palestine: Interactions with Soil, Organic Contaminants and Soil Organic Matter- a Trilateral Project. Soil-Waste-Water 2013 conference 3rd - 5th April, 2013 - Landau/Pfalz, Germany.

  • M. P. Kurtz, B. Peikert, C. Bruehl, A. Dag, J. Hasan (Shoqeir), G.E. Schaumann (2013): Effects of Olive Mill Wastewater on Soil Arthropods in Two Different Cultivation Scenarios in Israel and Palestine. Soil-Waste-Water 2013 conference 3rd - 5th April, 2013 - Landau/Pfalz, Germany.

  • Y. Keren, N. Bukhanovsky, I. Zipori, A. Dag, B. Peikert, M. Abo Garfha, J. Hasan(Shoqeir) and M. Borisover  (2013): The impact of olive oil mill wastewater on organic compound – soil interactions: the survey

  • M. Abo Garfha and J. Hasan (Shoqeir) (2013): The effect of olive mill wastewater on soil pollution build up: Screening Studyـ South West Bank

  • B. Peikert, J. Hasan (Shoqeir), A. Marei, M. Borisover, A. Nasser, G. E. Schaumann (2012): Wastewater from olive oil mills in Israel and Palestine: short and long-term effects on soil properties. Eurosoil - Soil Science for the Benefit of Mankind and Environment, Fiera del Levante, Bari, Italy, July, 2-6, p. 2389.

  • Kurtz, Markus1; PEIKERT, Benjamin1; BRUEHL, Carsten, DAG, Arnon, Hasan (Shoqeir), J., and SCHAUMANN, Gabriele (2011) Effects of Olive Oil Production Wastewater on Soil Arthropods in Two Different Cultivation Scenarios in Israel and Palestine. SETAC Europe .

  • Hasan(Shoqeir). J., Froukh. H., and Hoetzl. H. (2010).  Watershed Management Under Terms of Depletive Water Balance and High Vulnerability in Wadi Fuqeen: West Bank-Palestine.  IWRM Book

  • Hasan(Shoqeir). J., Marie. A., Hoetzl. H., and Ali. W. (2010). Hydrological and Hydrochemical Investigations in Ein Feshcha Springs. IWRM, Germany.

Conferences

  • Management Of Highly Variable Water Resources in Semi arid Regions Funded by the German Ministry for Education, Science, Research and Technology (BMBF). Duration: phase III: 2015 – 2018.

  • The Eastern Mediterranean and Levant Paleoclimate -Paleohydrology and extreme floods from the long ICDP Dead Sea core. Funded by the DFG. Duration: 2015 – 2018.

  • Waste Water from Olive Oil Mills: Interactions with Soil, Organic Contaminants and Organic Cation-Modified Clay Sorbents. Funded by the DFG. Duration: 2010 – 2016.

  • Long Term Ecological Research, critical zone, Land use and social aspect at Wadi Nar test site (self funding): 2015 - up