Mr Chris Moseki
Research Manager: Water Resources and Climate
Chris Moseki has extensive experience in water resource development,
planning and management in the public sector. He is currently
involved in the management of water-related climate research
undertaken by academic institutions, science councils and various
research institutions. Mr Moseki
focuses on developing understanding of global climate change and
hydro-climatic variability impacts, crafting methodologies for
vulnerability assessments and development of appropriate adaptation
options and solutions at various scales.
Research will also include developing appropriate
quantitative understanding, tools and strategies for managing the
impacts of climate variability and change as well as human
interventions on the hydrological cycle and related water resources.
These aim to support the development of policy responses, at
regional, national or catchment scale, to existing and emerging
problems. This includes, but is not limited to, development of tools
and systems (e.g. weather forecasts, model scenario projections or
These should be for, among others, managing floods and droughts and
the effects thereof on the resources and the people who rely on
those resources, with special emphasis on water quality (e.g.
trophic waters) and quantity (due to increased evaporation rates and