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PERSONAL DATA

Gender female
Job title Professor
Department Fisheries Dep.
Institution
Address
National Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries,Suez and Aqaba Gulfs Branch, Suez, Egypt Egypt,Suez, Attaka P.O. Box, 182, Suez
Suez
Egypt
43511
Egypt
Regions Mediterranean Sea - Western Basin
Nationality Egypt
Tel +201001007516
Email
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree PhD
Job type Research , Natural Resource Management
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Fisheries, Aquaculture , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Fisheries, Aquaculture
Research Activities •Sampling for fisheries studies. •Collection and analysis of capture fisheries statistics (catch and effort data). •Determination of the appropriate target fishing rate. •Estimation of the current status of the stocks. •Determination of the appropriate management regulations.(My professional career including fisheries biology, fisheries management, and stock assessment)
Research Region 40, 39, 3, 41
Working languages English
Skills/Expertise 1-Fisheries Biology, Stock assessment and population dynamic. 2-Computer skills and applying of statistical programs in the fisheries management tools as FISAT II,Ecopath and SPSS...etc.
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. Manal SABRAH)

Sabrah, M. M. and El-Ganainy, A.A (2013). Some consideration on overexploitation of coral reef fish in relation to coral reef degradation in El-Tour, South Sinai, Egyptian Red Sea. J. Fish. Aqua. Sc. 8 (6): 673-685. Sabrah, M.M.; El-Sayed, A. Y. and Amin, A. M. (2011) Population biology of Red Sea bream Diplodus noct, Valenciennes, 1830 (Pisces: Sparidae) inhibiting the eastern Suez Bay, Gulf of Suez Coast. Egy. J. Aqu. Res. 37 (4), 379-387. Sabrah, M. M.; Aly, Y. El-Sayed and Azza A. El-Ganainy 2015. Fishery and population characteristics of the Indian squids Loligo duvauceli Orbigny, 1848 from trawl survey along the North-West Red Sea. Accepted to published in Egyptian Journal of Aquatic Research (2015) Sabrah, M. M., 2015. An overview on the fisheries population of Arabian scad, Trachurus indicus Nekrasov, 1966 (F: Carangidae) caught by two different fishing methods from the Gulf of Suez. Conference Proceeding, 18/3/2015, Egypt. J. Aquat. Biol. & Fish., Sabrah, M.M., 2015. Fisheries biology of the Red Sea goatfish Parupeneus forsskali (Fourmanoir & Gue´ ze´ , 1976) from the northern Red Sea, Hurghada, Egypt. Egyptian Journal of Aquatic Research (2015), Volume 41, Issue 1, 2015, Pages 111?117 Sabrah, M.M.; El-Sayed, A. Y. and Amin, A. M. (2011) Population biology of Red Sea bream Diplodus noct, Valenciennes, 1830 (Pisces: Sparidae) inhibiting the eastern Suez Bay, Gulf of Suez Coast. Egy. J. Aqu. Res. 37 (4), 379-387.
El-Etreby, S.; F. I. El-Gammal and Manal M. Sabrah, 1993. Biological studies on Solea solea (Linnaeus, 1758) in lake Bardawil, Med. Sea, North Sinai. Reproductive biology. Bull. Fac. Sci. Zagazig Univ., 15 (1): 551-563. El-Etreby, S.; F. I. El-Gammal and Manal M. Sabrah, 1993. Biological studies on Solea solea (Linnaeus, 1758) in lake Bardawil, Med. Sea. North Sinai. Fisheries and growth. Bull. Fac. Sci., Zagazig Univ., 15 (2): El-Gammal, F. I.; S. El-Etreby and Manal M. Sabrah, 1994. Estimation of mortality and yield per recruit of Solea solea (Linnaeus, 1758) in lake Bardawil, Med. Sea, Egypt. Bull. Inst. Oceanogr. Fish., ARE, 20 (2): 669-686. Sabrah, M.M., 2004. Food and feeding habits of Solea solea ( Linnaeus, 1758) from Lake Bardawil, North Sinai, Egypt. The 3rd Inter. Conf. Biol. Scie. Tanta University, 28-29 Apr. 2004. Sabrah, M.M., El-Ganainy, A.A. and Zaki, M.A, 2006. Biology and toxicity of the Puffer fish Lagocephalus sceleratus (Gmelin, 1789) from the Gulf of Suez. Egypt. J. Aqua. Res. Vol. 32 no. 1, 2006: 283-297. Sabrah, M. M., 2006. Population dynamics of Upeneus Japonicus (Houttuyn, 1782), Family: Mullidae, from the Gulf of suez, Red Sea, Egypt. Egypt. J. Aqua. Res. Vol. 32 no.1, 2006: 334-345. Sabrah, M.M., 2007. Some biological aspects of the Red Mullet Upeneus japonicus (Houttuyn, 1782) Familly Mullidae, from the Gulf of Suez, Red Sea, Egypt. Egypt. J. Aqua. Res. 2007. Sabrah, M.M. and A.A. El-Ganainy, 2009. Observation on biological traits of Striped goatfish (Upeneus vittatus) and Freckled goatfish (Upeneus tragula) from the Gulf of Suez, Egypt. World Journal of Fish and Marine Science, 1 (2): 121-128. Sabrah, M.M. and A.A. El-Ganainy, 2010. Biological characteristics of filefish Stephanolepis diaspros (Fraser-Brunner, 1940), (Pisces: Monacanthidae), from the Gulf of Suez, Egypt. (in press). Yousif, A. and Sabrah, M.M., 2004. Catchability of Red Mullets (Upeneus spp.) from north west Red Sea during Autumn. Egypt. J. Aqua. Res. Vol. 30 (B), 2004: 290-305. El-Ganainy, A.A. and M.M. Sabrah, 2008. Age, Growth, Mortality and Yield per recruit of the filefish Stephanolepis diaspros (Fraser-Brunner, 1940), (Pisces: Monacanthidae), in the Gulf of Suez, Egypt. Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science 3 (4) : 252-260. El-Ganainy, A.A. and M.M. Sabrah, 2008. Population biology and assessment of the striped piggy Pomadasys stridens in the Bitter Lakes, Suez Canal. Egyptian J. Aqu. Res. Vol. 33, no. (2). El-Ganainy, A.A. and M.M. Sabrah, 2009. Population characteristics of Tilapia zillii (Gervais, 1848) in Lake Timsah, Suez Canal, Egypt. Egyptian J. Aqu. Res. Vol. 35, no. (1).


Created: 2011-01-17 Last Updated: 2016-06-16