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PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Job title Associate Professor
Department Fisheries
Institution
Regions Mediterranean Sea - Eastern Basin
Tel 009745569085
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree PhD
Job type Teaching/Education , Research , Technical Advice & Consulting
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Fisheries, Aquaculture , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Fisheries, Aquaculture
Research Activities •Team Member in the project ‘The Development of fisheries in south area of the Red Sea, Egypt’, USAID, (1983). •Team Member in the project ‘Fishery management of the Red Sea and Gulf of Suez’, Academy of Scientific Research and Technology, Egypt, (1984). •Team Member in the project ‘Fishery management of El-Bardawil Lake’, Academy of Scientific Research and Technology, Egypt, (1985). •Team Member in the project ‘Reuse of sewage water’, Suez, USAID, (1986). •Team Leader of fisheries biologists implementing the research project "Trophodynamics of the Southeast Mediterranean", Egypt; funded by USAID, (1994). •Worked for Engineering Consultants Group (ECG) with EA Engineering, Science and Engineering, Inc. for Alexandria waste water project, phase II from 2/Jan./1996 to 28/Feb./1997. •Fishery Biologist for the Egyptian Red Sea Coastal and Marine Resources Management Project, funded by the Global Environmental Facility (GEF); short term consultancy to estimate population dynamics and fish stock assessment on the Egyptian Red Sea coast, 1997. •Biologist in the fish hatchery, aquaculture division, Fish Reproduction Lab., National Institute of Oceanography & Fisheries, Alexandria, Egypt; 1997-1998. •Biologist in the project ‘Intensive and Semi-intensive Fish Culture on the North-western shore of the Mediterranean Sea’, Egypt, funded by Academy of Scientific Research and Technology, Egypt; 1998. •Participated in study survey for stock assessment of the demersal fish species in Suez Gulf and Red Sea; during 2000 on the board of the Research vessel “Salsabiel”. •Participated with NIOF team in studying population dynamics and stock assessment of small pelagic and demersal fish in Abu Qir Bay, Mediterranean Sea, Egypt, 2000. •Short term consultancy on the Environmental Impact of the M. T. Limburg (tanker) Oil Spill around Al-Mukalla, Yemen (tanker), Oct. 2002. •Short term consultancy on Integrated Costal Zone Management (ICZM) in Somalia, PERSGA/SAP ICZM component, April, 2005. •Delivered a Regional training course at the PERSGA sub-regional R/T centre in Aden on “Stock Assessment Methodologies for Shark and Ray Fisheries Resources' (May 2002). •Delivered a Training course on "Stock assessments and fishery management techniques", Marine Resources Research Center, UAE (October, 2005). •Delivered a Training course on "Stock assessments methodologies", Marine Resources Research Center, UAE (November, 2006). •Delivered a Training course on “Fish Stock assessment methods”, PERSAG/Jeddah, Saudi Arabia (22-26/04/2007).
Research Region Red Sea & Gulf of Aden, Arabian Gulf
Working languages English and Arabic
Skills/Expertise *1983: Research fellowship, National Institute of Oceanography & Fisheries, Red Sea and Gulf of Aqaba branch, Suez. *1984: Research assistant, National Institute of Oceanography & Fisheries, Red Sea and Gulf of Aqaba branch, Suez *1991: Assistant lecturer (M.Sc.), National Institute of Oceanography & Fisheries, Alexandria. *1991-1992: Director of “Baltim” Fish Research Station, National Institute of Oceanography & Fisheries, Egypt. *1993-1996: Assistant researcher at El-Mex fish farm, National Institute of Oceanography & Fisheries, Alexandria, Egypt. *1997-2000: Researcher (Ph.D.), National Institute of Oceanography & Fisheries, Alexandria, Egypt. *2000-2003 Living Marine Resources Lead Specialist, Regional Organization for the Conservation of the Environment of Red Sea and Gulf of Aden, (PERSGA). *2004-2008 Fish stock assessment senior expert, Marine Resources Research Center, Umm Al-Quwain, United Arab Emerates. *From October 2008 till now, Fish Stock Assessment Expert. Ministry of Environment., Doha, State of Qatar.
Comments Currently I am working with Ministry of Environment, Fisheries Department. P.O.Box: 8703, Doha, State of Qatar.
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. Mohamed ABDALLAH)

1. (1993): Reproduction study on the spotted sardine (Sardinella sirm Walbum, 1792) in the north-western part of the Red Sea; Bull. Fac. Sci., Zagazig Univ., 15 (1) 537 – 550. 2. (1997): Some fishery biological aspects of the deep water shark Iago omanensis in Aqaba Gulf; Bull. Nat. Inst. Oceanogr. & Fish., A.R.E., 23: 413-425. 3. (1997): Growth, mortality and relative yield per recruit of two Triglid species from the Egyptian Mediterranean, off Alexandria; Bull. Nat. Inst. Oceanogr. & Fish., A.R.E., 23: 473-484. 4. (1998): Reproductive biology of Trigla lucerna and Trigloporus lastoviza in Egyptian Mediterranean waters; Bull. Inst. Oceanogr. & Fish, A.R.E., 24: 285-304. 5. (1999): Occurrence of lindane and its effects on some haematological and histological aspects of Tilapia zillii; Bull. Nat. Inst. Oceanogr. & Fish., A.R.E. 25: 237-251. 6. (2000): Stock assessment of sardine in the Egyptian Mediterranean waters by virtual population analysis: Case for the coast from Alexandria to Abu-Qir, Egyp. J. Aqua. Biol & Fish. 4(3): 173-191. 7. (2002): Length-weight relationships of fishes caught by trawl fishing from the Egyptian Mediterranean waters, off Alexandria. NAGA, ICLARM, vol. 25(1): 19-20. 8. (2003): Study to detect impacts of pollution on fishery biology of Tilapia in Lake Manazalah, Egypt. J. KAU: Mar. Sci., vol. 13. 9. (2003): Population dynamics of the rabbitfish Siganus rivulatus from the Egyptian sector of the Red Sea. J. KAU: Mar. Sci., vol. 13. 10. (2003): Population dynamics and sustainable exploitation of green tiger shrimp Penaeus semisulcatus in the Jizan area (Southern region of the Saudi Arabian Red Sea coast). J. Egypt. Acad. Soc. Environ. Develop., (D- Environmental Studies) Vol.4, No.(2): 65-87. 11. (2005): Community structure of butterflyfishes in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, Vol.15.No.(S1): S77-S89. 12. (2006): Growth, mortality and sustainable exploitation of the shrimp (Penaeus semisulcatus) fishery in the Jizan area (Red Sea coast, Saudi Arabia). ). Accepted for publication in J. KAU: Mar. Sci., vol. 17. 13. (2006): An assessment and management of green tiger shrimp (Penaeus semisulcatus) fishery in the Jizan area (Red Sea, Saudi Arabia). J. KAU: Mar. Sci., vol. 17. 1. 2003: Identification Guide to Sharks in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden Region. (Arabic, Booklet), SAP/PERSGA, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. 2. (2003): Report on: Current Status of Ornamental Fish Trade: Their Assemblages, Collection practices, Export, Conservation issues and Management in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden. SAP/PERSGA, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. 3. (2003): Report on: Stock Assessment and Fisheries Management of Invertebrates with special reference to shrimp and destructive impacts of trawl fishing in the Saudi Red Sea Coast. SAP/PERSGA, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. 4. (2004): Field Identification Guide to the Sharks and Rays of the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden. (Published as FAO Technical series, ISSN 1020-6868.). 5. (2005): Biology and fishery of Lethrinus nebulosus from Arabian Gulf, United Arab Emirates; MAF Tech. Report 1, Dubai, UAE. 6. (2006): Biology and fishery of Argyrops spinifer from Arabian Gulf, United Arab Emirates; MAF Tech. Report 2, Dubai, UAE. 7. (2006): Biology and fishery of Lethrinus lentjan from Arabian Gulf, United Arab Emirates; MAF Tech. Report 3, Dubai, UAE. 8. (2007): Reproductive Biology of Epinephelus coioides, Lethrinus borbonicus, Lethrinus microdon and Diagramma pictum in United Arab Emirates' Waters; MOEW Tech. Report 4, Dubai, UAE. 9. (2007): Growth, mortality and sustainable exploitation of twelve commercial fish species in United Arab Emirates' waters; MOEW Tech. Report 5, Dubai, UAE. 10. (2009) Assessment of the fishery for Kingfish (Kanaad), Scomberomorus commerson, in the state of Qatar; MMAA, Tech. Report, Doha, Qatar.


Created: 2010-03-22 Last Updated: 2015-07-08 by Mohamed ABDALLAH