Aram Kalhori, Ph.D.


Dr. Kalhori earned her M.Sc in “Spatial Systems and Urban Environment” from University of Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg, France and started her Ph.D Program in University of Louis Pasteur. After a year she transferred her Ph.D to the university of Tehran, Graduate Faculty of Environment, Iran and earned her degree in “Environmental Management and Planning” in 2011. She is working with “Global Change Research Group” as Research Scientist and started her Post-Doctorate fellowship in 2013 under the directory of Dr. Walter Oechel. Their area of research is mostly on Seasonal and inter-annual controls on carbon dioxide and methane fluxes in Arctic ecosystems and also long-term carbon flux measurement of Chaparral ecosystems using Eddy Covariance technique.

Phone: (619) 594-3443
Fax: (619) 594-7831
Office: Physical Sciences 232
Biology department, SDSU, San Diego, CA.