All Research Papers

Paper Title: MANAGEMENT OF WATER SCARCITY IN ARID AREAS.Study case: Ziz watershed the way forward
Prepared by: Mohamed Abd-El-Moneim Shehata
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Ismail. Elhassnaoui, M.A.S. Wahba, Zineb. Moumen, Issam. Serrari, Ahmed. Bouziane, Driss. Ouazar, and Moulay. Driss. Hasnaoui. (2021). MANAGEMENT OF WATER SCARCITY IN ARID AREAS.Study case: Ziz watershed the way forward. AGU journal, 2021.


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Paper Title: Assessment of deficit irrigation efficiency. Case study: Middle Sebou and Innaouene downstream.
Prepared by: Mohamed Abd-El-Moneim Shehata
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Zineb Moumen, Ismail Elhassnaoui*, Walid Khaddi, Mohamed A. S. Wahba, Abderrahim Lahrach. (2021). Assessment of deficit irrigation efficiency. Case study: Middle Sebou and Innaouene downstream. Open Agriculture 2021; 6: 102–114


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Paper Title: Agriculture sustainability in arid lands of southern Tunisia: Ecological impacts of irrigation water quality and human practices.
Prepared by: Mohamed Abd-El-Moneim Shehata
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Latifa Dhaouadi, HoudaBesser, FatmaWassar, Nissaf Kharbout, Naima ben Brahim,Mohamed A S Wahba and Yaohu Kang. (2020). Agriculture sustainability in arid lands of southern Tunisia: Ecological impacts of irrigation water quality and human practices. Irrig and Drain. 2020;69:974–996.,


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Paper Title: Agriculture sustainability in arid lands of southern Tunisia: Ecological impacts of irrigation water quality and human practices.
Prepared by: Mohamed Abd-El-Moneim Shehata
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Latifa Dhaouadi, HoudaBesser, FatmaWassar, Nissaf Kharbout, Naima ben Brahim,Mohamed A S Wahba and Yaohu Kang. (2020). Agriculture sustainability in arid lands of southern Tunisia: Ecological impacts of irrigation water quality and human practices. Irrig and Drain. 2020;69:974–996.,


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Paper Title: A case study of achieving WFE- Nexus: Drip irrigation with brackish water for urbanization and reclamation of coastal saline soil of china.
Prepared by: Mohamed Abd-El-Moneim Shehata
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Xiaobin Li and M A S Wahba.(2019). A case study of achieving WFE- Nexus: Drip irrigation with brackish water for urbanization and reclamation of coastal saline soil of china. 3rd world Irrigation Forum, 1-7 September 2019, Bali, Indonesia.


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Paper Title: Egyptian experiences in agricultural drainage in more than 4 years and future needs.
Prepared by: Mohamed Abd-El-Moneim Shehata
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Wahba M A S, and Amer, M. H (2017). Egyptian experiences in agricultural drainage in more than 4 years and future needs. 13th international Drainage Workshop of ICID, Ahwaz Iran, 4-7 March, 2017.


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Paper Title: “A COUPLED HYDRODYNAMIC AND ECOLOGICAL MODEL FOR SIMULATING EUTROPHICATION IN LAKE MARYOUT IN EGYPT”
Prepared by: Amgad Roshdy Abdo Silim
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Amgad R. A. Silim, Mohamed A. Gad, Nahla A. Atta (2014): “A COUPLED HYDRODYNAMIC AND ECOLOGICAL MODEL FOR SIMULATING EUTROPHICATION IN LAKE MARYOUT IN EGYPT”. Al-Azhar Engineering Thirteenth International Conference, (AEIC), Journal of Al Azhar University Engineering Sector, JAUES, Dec. 2014


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Paper Title: “ASSESSMENT OF EUTROPHICATION IN LAKE MARYOUT IN EGYPT”
Prepared by: Amgad Roshdy Abdo Silim
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Amgad R. A. Silim, Mohamed A. Gad, Nahla A. Atta (2014): “ASSESSMENT OF EUTROPHICATION IN LAKE MARYOUT IN EGYPT”. Journal of Arab Water Council (AWC), June 2014.


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Paper Title: “ASSESSMENT OF EUTROPHICATION IN LAKE MARYOUT IN EGYPT”
Prepared by: Amgad Roshdy Abdo Silim
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Amgad R. A. Silim, Mohamed A. Gad, Nahla A. Atta (2014): “ASSESSMENT OF EUTROPHICATION IN LAKE MARYOUT IN EGYPT”. Journal of Arab Water Council (AWC), June 2014.


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Paper Title: Control of Nitrates Pollution Using Multi-Objective Decision Analysis Technique
Prepared by: Eman Abdelghafar Hasan Salama
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• E. Abdel-Ghaffar, Ahmad Wagdy, M. Bakr Abdel-Ghany and Abdel-Wahab Amer, 2018. Control of Nitrates Pollution Using Multi-Objective Decision Analysis Technique. International Journal of Water Resources and Arid Environments 7(2): 203-210, 2018


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Paper Title: Control of Nitrates Pollution Using Multi-Objective Decision Analysis Technique
Prepared by: Eman Abdelghafar Hasan Salama
Description:

• E. Abdel-Ghaffar, Ahmad Wagdy, M. Bakr Abdel-Ghany and Abdel-Wahab Amer, 2018. Control of Nitrates Pollution Using Multi-Objective Decision Analysis Technique. International Journal of Water Resources and Arid Environments 7(2): 203-210, 2018


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Paper Title: Water Quality Management for Lake Burullus in Egypt Using Rapid Impact Assessment Matrix
Prepared by: Eman Abdelghafar Hasan Salama
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Eman A. Hasan, 2016. Water Quality Management for Lake Burullus in Egypt Using Rapid Impact Assessment Matrix. International conference in research and technology, development for sustainable water resources management. Cairo, Egypt, 4-6 December.


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Paper Title: Water management challenges and opportunities in Siwa oasis, Egypt.
Prepared by: Eman Abdelghafar Hasan Salama
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Eman Hasan, 2016. Water management challenges and opportunities in Siwa oasis, Egypt. The 4th African Regional Conference on Irrigation and Drainage (ARCID) “Agricultural Land and Water Management for Sustainability under Climate Variability” Organized by The Egyptian National Committee on Irrigation and Drainage (ENCID) Aswan, Egypt, April 26-28, 2016


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Paper Title: Data driven water quality modeling for drain/canal inflows to Lake Burullus
Prepared by: Mohamed Shaban
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1. Shaban, M., Farag, H. Data driven water quality modeling for drain/canal inflows to Lake Burullus (2018) Ain Shams Engineering Journal, DOI: 10.1016/j.asej.2018.05.002


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Paper Title: Tailor-made protocol for assessing water quality of irrigation canals: Case study of El-Nubaria canal, Egypt.
Prepared by: Ahmed Sayed Hussein Habash
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Ahmed Sayed Hussein Hassanin Habash, Anas Mohamed El-Molla, Mohamed Shaban Mohamed Abusalama Shaban, Mustafa Ali Abdelall, Tailor-made protocol for assessing water quality of irrigation canals: Case study of El-Nubaria canal, Egypt, Water Science, Volume 32, Issue 2, 2018, Pages 380-399, ISSN 1110-4929,


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Paper Title: Improving drainage water quality: Constructed wetlands-performance assessment using multivariate and cost analysis
Prepared by: AHMED ELHAWARY
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A.El Hawary, M. Shaban, Improving drainage water quality: Constructed wetlands-performance assessment using multivariate and cost analysis, Water Science, Volume 32, Issue 2, 2018, Pages 301-317, ISSN 1110-4929


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Paper Title: Two variable residence time-based models for removal of total phosphorus and ammonium in free-water surface wetlands
Prepared by: Alaa Aboukila
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Aboukila, A.F., Deng, Z. Two variable residence time-based models for removal of total phosphorus and ammonium in free-water surface wetlands (2018) Ecological Engineering, 111, pp. 51-59. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecoleng.2017.10.014


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Paper Title: Statistical Framework to Assess Water Quality for Irrigation and Drainage Canals
Prepared by: Mohamed Shaban
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Shaban, M. Statistical Framework to Assess Water Quality for Irrigation and Drainage Canals (2017) Irrigation and Drainage, 66 (1), pp. 103-117. DOI: 10.1002/ird.2042


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Paper Title: Drain Envelopes for Problematic Calcareous Soils of Irrigated Agricultural Lands in Egypt
Prepared by: Gehan Abdel Hakeem Sallam
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Gehan A. H. Sallam Drain Envelopes for Problematic Calcareous Soils of Irrigated Agricultural Lands in Egypt (2016) Journal of Experimental Agriculture International, ISSN: 2457-0591, ISSN: 2231-0606 (Past),Vol.: 20, Issue.: 4


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Paper Title: Assessment of the DRAINMOD-N II model for simulating nitrogen losses in newly reclaimed lands of Egypt
Prepared by: AHMED ELHAWARY
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El Hawary, A., Atta, Y., El Saadi, A. Assessment of the DRAINMOD-N II model for simulating nitrogen losses in newly reclaimed lands of Egypt (2015) Alexandria Engineering Journal, 54 (4), pp. 1305-1313. DOI: 10.1016/j.aej.2015.05.020


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Paper Title: Drainage water reuse: State of control and process capability evaluation
Prepared by: Mohamed Shaban
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Shaban, M. Drainage water reuse: State of control and process capability evaluation (2014) Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, 225 (11), art. no. 225:2168, DOI: 10.1007/s11270-014-2168-6


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Paper Title: Drainage water reuse: State of control and process capability evaluation
Prepared by: Mohamed Shaban
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Shaban, M. Drainage water reuse: State of control and process capability evaluation (2014) Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, 225 (11), art. no. 225:2168, DOI: 10.1007/s11270-014-2168-6


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Paper Title: Identifying uncertainty of the mean of some water quality variables along water quality monitoring network of Bahr El Baqar drain
Prepared by: Hussein Gamal El Dien Amin KARAMAN
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Hussein G. Karaman Identifying uncertainty of the mean of some water quality variables along water quality monitoring network of Bahr El Baqar drain Water Science 27 (2013) 48–56, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.wsj.2013.12.005


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Paper Title: Drainage Water Reuse in the Nile Delta of Egypt: Fitting Density Functions and Assessing Temporal Trends
Prepared by: Mohamed Shaban
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Mohamed Shaban, Drainage Water Reuse in the Nile Delta of Egypt: Fitting Density Functions and Assessing Temporal Trends” Irrigation and Drainage (ICID).


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Paper Title: Tow variable residence time – based models for removal of total phosphorus and ammonium in free water surface wetlands
Prepared by: Alaa Aboukila
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Alaa Farouk Aboukila “Tow variable residence time – based models for removal of total phosphorus and ammonium in free water surface wetlands” Ecological Engineering


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