Khajavi - GIS Expert - Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand

Narges Khajavi

Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand

Services

GIS Expert

  • Full time
  • Part time
  • One time
  • Contract
  • Temp

Summary:

I have been doing LiDAR (Light detecting and ranging) data analysis since 2010 spending around 12 hours daily work on GIS. That is how I learned GIS professionally.
I am very familiar with data analysis in GIS, mapping, integrated mapping, creating DEMs and use any type of data. I can also create any type of database from basemaps/source provided.
As I also know Grapher and surfer software in a professional way, I can work with the data extracted/created from GIS and export them into other 2 software for further analysis.
I can send you some of the professional works that I have done using ARC.

Work History

South Island

(accepted
paper). Developing sub 5-m LiDAR DEMs for forested sections of the Alpine and Hope faults, South Island,
New Zealand: Implications for structural interpretations. (Journal of Structural Geology)

American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting

Timing and recurrence of late
Holocene earthquakes on the Hope Fault, New Zealand, highlighting insights from LiDAR and paleoseismic
studies. San Francisco, CA, USA: American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting (AGU), 3-7 Dec 2013. (Oral
presentation)

N., Langridge, R.M, Quigley, M

New insights into the rupture history of the Hope fault,

American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting

From December 2012

(Oral presentation)

McColl S.T

Coseismic displacement of boulders in the
Port Hills, New Zealand during the 2010 Darfield earthquake; implications for field estimates of shaking

intensity, Geosciences

Conference, Hamilton, New Zealand. Geoscience Society of New Zealand
Miscellaneous Publication 134A: p. 50. (Oral Presentation)

Haley, M.A. Almond, P. Duncan, R

Paleoseismicity and slip rate of the strike-slip Hope Fault, South Island: A well-segmented and frequent earthquake source in New

Zealand. PANAF

Conference, Turkey. (Oral Presentation)

7- Khajavi, N., Quigley, M., McColl S.T., Rezanejad, A., (2012) Seismically-induced boulder
displacement in the Port Hills, New Zealand during the 2010 Darfield (Canterbury) earthquake, New Zealand
Journal of Geology and Geophysics, Vol.55, No.3, 271- 278.(Journal Article)

Geology Department, Canterbury University

This
includes demonstrating for courses Geol111, Geol112, Geol 244, Geol 245, and Geol 354.

N., Langridge, R.M, Quigley, M

Geomorphic and structural mapping of the western Hope

LiDAR, Geosciences

Conference, Nelson, New Zealand. Geoscience Society of New Zealand
Miscellaneous Publication 130A: p. 60. (Poster Presentation)

9- Khajavi, N. and Quigley, M. (2011). LiDAR of the western Hope fault, LiDAR workshop at GNS, New
Zealand, on the 28th October 2011. (Oral Presentation and Report)


3

Khajavi, N., Quigley, M., Furlong, K., Rezanejad, A., Davies, T

Ground-Motion Intensity
Inferred From Upthrow of Boulders and Rockfalls during the 2010 Darfield Earthquake, Port Hills, New

Zealand", European Geosciences Union General Assembly

Austria, Vienna. (Accepted for Oral
Presentation)

Stahl, T., Bilderback, E., Khajavi, N., McColl, S

conference, New Zealand. (Oral Presentation)

International Conference on the Geology of the Tethys, Cairo University, Giza

12- Khajavi, N., Zamani, A., Towhidi, M., (2007). "Seismicity Similarity Index As A New Approach For
Contrastive Analysis of Seismogenic Areas: A Case Study; Alpine- Himalayan Orogenic Belt", The Second
International Conference on the Geology of the Tethys, Cairo University, Giza, Egypt. (Oral Presentation)

Cairo University

13- Khajavi, N., Zamani, A., Towhidi, M., (2007). "Calculating a- and b- values of 44 years seismic data,
comparing the Alpine-Himalayan seismogenic regions", The Second International Conference on the Geology of the Tethys, Cairo University, Giza, Egypt. (Poster Presentation)

Conference on the Geology

14- Khajavi, N., Zamani, A., Towhidi, M., (2007). "Application of numerical indices for comparison between the Bam area of Iran and seismogenic zones of the Alpine- Himalayan Belt", The Second International
Conference on the Geology of the Tethys, Cairo University, Giza, Egypt. (Poster Presentation)

My official

Department of Sciences

position at this university is permanent lecturer. I am on educational leave at the moment because of doing my PhD in New Zealand.

The 24th Symposium On The Earth Sciences, Ministry

"The introduction of Seismicity Similarity Index for contrastive analysis of seismogenic regions", The 24th Symposium On The Earth Sciences, Ministry of
Industries and Mines Geological Survey of Iran, Tehran, Iran. (Poster Presentation)

The 6th International Conference

"Application of numerical indices for comparison between seismogenic regions: A Case Study; The Alpine- Himalayan Orogrnic Belt", The 6th International Conference
On The Geology Of The Middle East, UAE University, Al Ain, UAE. (Oral Presentation)

N.Khajavi

Study of earthquake activities in the Alpine-Himalayan Orogenic Belt with emphasis on the seismicity of Iran. M.Sc. thesis: evaluated and approved by the thesis committee as: Excellent. (M.Sc.
Thesis)

3- Teaching Assistant

Department of Earth Sciences

Shiraz, Iran

5- Voluntary teaching at the Iranian school (a year) in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 2003.

Conferences and publications


1- Khajavi, N., Quigley, M., Langridge R.M., (2013). Deformation Zone of the Hurunui segment of the Hope
fault, New Zealand, revealed from LiDAR, Geosciences 2013 Conference, Christchurch, New Zealand.
Geoscience Society of New Zealand Miscellaneous Publication XX: p. X. (Oral Presentation)

Qualifications & Certifications

Geological Sciences

Canterbury University

Tectonics

Shiraz University

Geology Department

Orumiyeh University

Farzanegan High School

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