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  • BASARAN, ALI KADIR TEMEL was born on August 13, 1947 in Ankara, Turkey.

  • Education

    • University of Wisconsin, United States of America, 1966-1970, Bachelor of Science. University of North Carolina, United States of America, 1970-1972, Master of Science. North Carolina State University, 1972-1975, Doctor of Philosophy.

      Spoken languages: Turkish, English, Spanish.


    • Regional Advisor in Environmental Health, Drugs Policy, Environmental Health & Health Technology (DET), World Health Organization Regional Office(s) for the Western Pacific since 1989. Team Leader, World Health Organization Country Office, Bangladesh, 1985-1989. Professor of Environmental Engineering, Middle East Tech University, Turkey, 1982-1985.

      Fey Member/Lecturer, School of Public Health, 1980-1982, Director, Division of Air Quality Management, 1979-1980, Senior Tech Advisor/ Acting Director, Environmental Health, 1977-1979, Ministry of Health, Turkey. Senior Research and Development Engineer(s), Tech Centre, Union Carbide Corporation(s), United States of America, 1975-1977.


    Member Turkish Scientific and Industrial Research Council. Turkish Chamber of Engineers and Architects. American Society of Civil Engineers.

    American Waterworks Association. American Water Pollution Control Federation. Sigma Xi Society.



    Water supply and wastewater disposal. Air quality management. Solid waste management.

    Environmental planning. Chemical and food safety. Sports (tennis, golf, volleyball, soccer).

    Music; history; photography. Visual and performing arts. Anthropology and sociology.


    • Spouse Clara Julia, National of Guatemala.
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    Born August 13, 1947
    (age 70)