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Hakan Djuma joined the Energy, Environment and Water Research Centre (EEWRC) of the Cyprus Institute in January 2012 as a Phd student and research assistent. He received his PhD in Environment and Atmospheric Sciences. The title of the thesis was "Groundwater-recharge check dams as a non-conventional water resource technology for semi-arid environments and the assessment of soil erosion and sedimentation”. He recieved his MSc from the University of Amsterdam. His thesis was titled “Anaerobic biodegradation and bioavailability of Deca-brominated diphenyl ether (fire retardants) in Rotterdam Harbour sediment” . He also worked one year as geohydrological and geotechnical engineer in the Netherlands.
Sustainable water management in semi-arid and arid regions; Fate of pollutants in soil and sediment; Environmentally-friendly land management practices to reduce soil erosion