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Ibrahim Busari

Graduate Research Assistant
Agricultural Sciences Department

Office: 509, Westinghouse Road, South Carolina Water Resea
Phone: 864-533-7676

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Educational Background

M.Sc Water and Coastal Management
University of Cadiz 2021

M.Sc Environmental Assessment and Management
University of Bologna 2021

B.Sc Water Resources Management (Hydrology)
Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta, Nigeria 2017


I studied Water Resources Management and Agro meteorology at the Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta, Nigeria for my undergraduate studies. I am also a graduate of Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters Degree in Water and Coastal Management, studied at University of Bologna, Italy, University of Cadiz Spain, University of Algarve Portugal. My research interests are: Assessment of Sustainability of Water Resources Systems,
Conceptualization of hydrologic parameters and their effect on watershed management,
Base-flow analysis and its effect on streamflow, Anthropogenic activities and impacts on water quality.
I am currently studying for my PhD degree on a research focused on the use of machine learning and data analytics to detect algae blooms in freshwater.

Research Interests

My current research is focused on the use of data analytics and machine learning approaches to detect algae blooms in freshwater bodies and creation of early warning systems for sustainable management of these resources.


Busari, I.O.; Demirel, M.C.; Newton, A. Effect of Using Multi-Year Land Use Land Cover and Monthly LAI Inputs on the Calibration of a Distributed Hydrologic Model. Water 2021, 13, 1538.

Odjegba, EE; Bankole, AO; Sadiq, AY; Busari, IO; LAYI-ADIGUN, BO. Rapid Assessment of the Water Chemistry of Public Water Supply in Abeokuta, South-West Nigeria, J. Appl. Sci. Environ. Manage. Vol. 25 (5) 671-675 May 2021

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