Dr. Ahmed Fattah Hassoon
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Dr. Ahmed Fattah Hassoon

Assistant Professor
Al-Mustansiriya University, Iraq

Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Atmospheric Science from Al-Mustansiriya University, Baghdad, Iraq

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Area of Interest:

Environmental Sciences
Atmospheric Science
Atmospheric Environment

Research Publications in Numbers


Selected Publications

  1. Hassoon, A.F. and B.I. Wahab, 2016. Calculate visibility over baghdad city depending on some atmospheric variability through 2012. Global J. Adv. Res., 3: 12-23.
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  2. Al-Taai, O.T., A.F. Hassoon and L.M.R. Ahmed, 2016. The study of the chemical analysis of gases (CO, CO2) and find a relationship between some meteorological variables and concentrations of gases. Int. J. Gen. Chem. Inst. Res. Eng. Doctors, 2: 5-16.
  3. Ahmed F. H., 2016. Determine wind frequency distri butions through the surface layer of baghdad city. Eng. Tech. J., Vol. 34. .
  4. Hassoon, A.F., 2015. Assessment of air pollution elements concentrations in Baghdad city from periods (May-December) 2010. Int. J. Energy Environ., 6: 191-200.
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  5. Hassoon, A.F. and Z.M. Abbood, 2015. Atmospheric elements and its effects on co concentration columns over South-Iraq (Basra City). Global J. Adv. Res., 2: 1723-1733.
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  6. Hassoon, A.F., S.K. Mohammed and H.H.H. Al-Saleem, 2014. Atmospheric stability and its effect on the polluted columns of concentrations in North West of Baghdad City. Iraqi J. Sci., 55: 572-581.
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  7. Ahmed F.H., 2014. Predicting of wind speed in north area of Iraq. Al-Mustansiriyah J. Sci., 4: 153-164.
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  8. Hassoon, A.F., 2013. Determination trends and abnormal seasonal wind speed in Iraq. Int. J. Energy Environ., 4: 615-628.
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  9. Hassoon, A.F., 2013. Assessment potential wind energy in the north area of Iraq. Int. J. Energy Environ., 4: 807-814.
  10. Ahmed F.H., Imad K.R. and A.M. Arkan, 2013. Population growth and its effect on temperature increase for some meteorological stations in Iraq. J. Technol. Eng., 32: 25-39.