School of Agricultural, Earth and Environmental Sciences

Ms Kershani Tinisha Chetty


Ms Chetty has been employed at UKZN for fifteen years, of which the last nine years have been in the position of a full time lecturer in Hydrology at the School of Agriculture, Earth and Environmental Sciences. Research interests include hydrological modelling, design hydrology and the use of remote sensing technology for water resources management. She is currently registered for a PhD in linking remotely sensed (satellite based) fluxes in the hydrological cycle (rainfall and ET) to hydrological models.

Research interests

  • RISKOMAN – A management tool for the Inkomati Basin with focus on improved hydrological understanding for risk-based operational water management (Water Research Commission 2010-2013) – Part of the Project Team
  • Development and Assessment of an Integrated Water Use Quantification Methodology for South Africa. Part of Project team