Raheleh holds her undergraduate and Master’s degrees in Climatology from Tehran University. She worked at private companies as a Project Manager in GIS. In 2008 she joined the Faculty of Environment at the Universiti Putra Malaysia, where she worked for five years as a research assistant before joining the School of Ecosystem and Forest Sciences at the University of Melbourne. Her research involves applying remote sensing and GIS to estimate carbon dynamics in mangrove ecosystems. Her current research explores cutting-edge technological approaches and their potential relevance in international carbon markets.
Integrating spatial information with on-ground carbon dynamics in mangrove ecosystems: new technologies and approaches for ecosystem markets