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Details of Dr. Wahid Mohamed Moufaddal   


Gender male
Job title Ph.D Researcher
Department Coastal and Marine Remote Sensing
National Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries, Alexandria Kayet bay El anfoushy
Regions Mediterranean Sea - Western Basin
Nationality Egypt
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Degree Ph.D
Job type Research
Research Area(s) Marine Geology, Geophysics , Marine Geology, Geophysics
Research Activities Scientific writing for public and science communication
Research Region 3, 41
Skills/Expertise Coastal and marine applications of remote sensing Land-use/land-cover mapping and remote sensing applications to coastal sedimentary environments. EIA of developmental projects and human activities on the coastal environments
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. Wahid MOUFADDAL)

Lavender, S. and Moufaddal, W., 2013. Remote Sensing Applications to Modeling Biomass and Carbon of Oceanic Ecosystems. In: Remote Sensing of Natural Resources, G. Wang and Q. Weng, (Editors). CRC Press, 580 Pages | 193 Illustrations. ISBN: 978- 1-4665-5692-8. http://www.crcpress.com/product /isbn/9781466556928
Moufaddal, W., 2013. The Nile Delta in the Antropocene: Driver of coastal changes and impacts on land-ocean material transfer. In: Biogeochemical Dynamics at Large River-Coastal Interfaces: Linkages with Global Climate Change, Thomas Bianchi, Mead Allison, and Wei-Jun Cai (Editors). Cambridge University Press, 671 pages. ISBN: 9781107022577. http://bit.ly/KXLnKB
Frihy, O., Deabes, E., Moufaddal, W. M. and Shehata, A. Recycling of dredged marine sediments in the Nile delta, Egypt, for heavy minerals exploitation. Submitted to Marine Georesources & Geotechnology. In Press.

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Created: 2012-01-20 Last Updated: 2014-12-02 by Peter PISSIERSSENS