Conference Presentations (Oral)




  • Alizad, K., Hagen, S.C., Bilskie, M.V. (2017). "The Resiliency of Coastal Marsh Systems Under Sea Level Rise," The 37th IAHR World Congress, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


  • Alizad, K., Hagen, S.C., Morris, J.T., Medeiros, S.C., Bilskie, M.V., Passeri, D. (2016), "Coastal Wetland Response to Rising Sea Levels in the Weeks Bay, Al Estuary," A Research Symposium at Weeks Bay Reserve, Weeks Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, AL


  • Alizad, K., Gholizadeh, S., (2015), “A Lesson Plan on Oil Spill Solutions,” 2015 Florida Engineering Education Conference (FEEC 2015), Orlando, FL


  • Alizad, K., Hagen, S.C., Morris, J.T., Bilskie, M.V., Passeri, D. (2014), “Biomass Productivity Response to Sea Level Rise in a Marine Dominated Estuary,” Young Coastal Scientists and Engineers Conference (YCSEC 2014), Newark, DE



  • Alizad, K., Chen, X., Hagen, S.C., Wang, D. (2013), “Assessment of Present and Future Rainfall-Runoff and Sediment Loading in Apalachicola River Basin,” Thirteenth Estuarine & Coastal Modeling Conference (ECM 2013), San Diego, CA



  • Alizad, K., Hagen, S.C., Wang, D., Daranpob, A. (2012), “Present and future Apalachicola River flow study using WASH2D numerical model,” Tenth International Conference on Hydroscience and Engineering (ICHE2012), Orlando, FL

Conference Presentations (Poster)







Invited Presentations


  • Alizad, K., Hagen, S. C., Medeiros, S. C., (2015), “Integrated Modeling of Hydrodynamics and Marsh Evolution Under Sea Level Rise in Apalachicola, FL,” AcadaTalks, University of Central Florida, September 11, 2015


  • Alizad, K., Hagen, S. C., (2014), “Hydro-marsh modeling for the Grand Bay, Weeks Bay, and Apalachicola NERRs,” EESLR-NGOM Management Workshop, Apalachicola, FL, July 17, 2014


  • Alizad, K., Hagen, S. C., (2014), “Hydro-marsh modeling for the Grand Bay, Weeks Bay, and Apalachicola NERRs,” Elks Lodge #286, Ocala, FL, August 15, 2014


  • Alizad, K., (2013), “Research Applications of Topographic Surveying,” Engineering Measurement Course talk, University of Central Florida, April 4, 2013




Karim Alizad ECM 2013 Presentation First Slide