Prof. Samy Mohamed Ahmed Abdallah

Prof. Samy Mohamed Ahmed Abdallah

Professor
Ain Shams University, Egypt


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Plant and Soil Sciences from Ain Shams University, Egypt

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Biography

Dr. Samy Mohamed is currently working as Environmental Consultant in Prince Sultan Bin Abd-Ul-Aziz Center for research and Environmental studies, King Khalid University, Saudi Arabia. He obtained his Ph.D. in Plant and Soil Sciences from Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt. He is member of following national and international organizations, International Network for Scientific Information (INSInet), Scientific Committee of The 8th Annual Scientific Research Day King Khalid University, Committee for Egyptian Education Development, Egyptian Soil Science Society (ESSS), African Soil Science Society, and the Egyptian Center of Organic Agriculture Society. He is also member of editor board in number of journals such as International Journal of Soil Science, Journal of Environmental Science and Technology, Research Journal of Environmental Sciences, Asian Journal of Scientific Research, and Research Journal of Environmental Toxicology. He is also serving as reviewer of journals like King Abdulaziz University (Deanship of Scientific Research), Promising Research Center in Biological Control and Agricultural Information at Qassim University. He supervised 5 PhD and 7 MSc students. He involved in many projects and also working as Principal Investigator and Co Investigator in number of projects. He also presented scientific papers in number of national and international conferences. During 2003- 2015 he has published 5 articles in different journals.

Area of Interest:

Plant and Soil Sciences
100%
Agricultural Research
62%
Soil Science
90%
Agricultural Engineering
75%
Soil Properties
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Abdallah, S.M. and E.E. Massoud, 2018. Land degradation risk assessment in al-Sawda terraces, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Arabian J. Geosci., Vol. 11. 10.1007/s12517-018-3956-x.
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  2. Abbag, F.I., S.A. Abu-Eshy, A.A. Mahfouz, S.A. Al-Fifi, H. El-Wadie, S.M. Abdallah and A. Patel, 2015. Iodine-deficiency disorders in the aseer region, south-western saudi arabia: 20 years after the national survey and universal salt iodization. Public Health Nutr., 2015: 1-7.
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  3. Abdallah, S.M., 2014. Towards a safer environment:(9) remediation of heavy metals from low quality water in asir region southwestern of saudi arabia. J. Novel Appl. Sci., 3: 1250-1258.
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  4. Abdallah, S.M., 2014. Towards a Safer Environment: (9) Remediation of heavy metals from low quality water in aseer region southwestern of Saudi Arabia. J. Novel Appli. Sci., 3: 5-13.
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  5. Abdallah, S.M., 2010. Towards a safer environment: (8) Zeolitization of bentonite and its potentialities for removing heavy metals from wastewater. J. Soil Sci. Agric. Eng. Mansoura Univ., 1: 533-553.
  6. Abdallah, S.M., 2010. Towards a safer environment: (7) How apatite minerals remediate Pb, Zn and Mn from wastewater? J. Soil Sci. Agric. Eng., Mansoura Univ., 1: 501-516.
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  7. Hegazi, I.M.A., A.A. Mohamed and S.M. Abdallah, 2009. Landsat imagery technique for land evaluation in agricultural purposes at some areas of El-Menya governorate, Egypt. Fayoum J. Agric. Res. Dev., 23: 32-46.
  8. Abdallah, S.M., O.M. El-Hussaini and R.M. Mahdy, 2009. Towards a more safe environment: (6) Monitoring the recovery of boron adsorbed by some clay sediments in Egypt by FTIR spectroscopy. Aust. J. Basic Applied Sci., 3: 1450-1460.
  9. Abdallah, S.M., O.M. El-Hussaini and R.M. Mahdy, 2009. Towards a more safe environment: (5) Disposability of uranium by some clay sediments in Egypt. Aust. J. Basic Applied Sci., 3: 1476-1488.
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  10. Abdallah, S.M., O.M. El-Hussaini and R.M. Mahdy, 2007. Towards a more safe environment: (2) Characterization of some clay sediments in Egypt for safe environmental applications. Aust. J. Basic Applied Sci., 1: 813-823.
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  11. Abdallah, S.M., 2006. Towards a more safe environment (1) A new modified clay for removing heavy metals from low quality water. J. Applied Sci. Res., 2: 391-396.
  12. Afify, A.A., A.A. Mohammed, I.A. El-Gammal and S.M. Abdallah, 2005. Land evaluation model of physiographic soil units for specific agriculture land use in Beni Suif area, Egypt. Fayoum J. Agric. Res. Dev., 19: 131-147.
  13. Abdallah, S.M., O.M. El-Hussaini and R.M. Mahdy, 2005. Towards a more safe environment (4) Sorpability of vanadium by some clay sediments in Egypt. J. Applied Sci. Res., 1: 168-175.
  14. Abdallah, S.M., 2004. Towards a more safe environment: III. phosphatic clays as solution for removing Pb2+ from wastewater. Egypt. J. Soil Sci., 44: 585-599.
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  15. Abu-Hussin, H.E., S.M. Abdallah and K.M. Abd El-Rheem, 2003. Synergetic effect of N-P fertilization on growth, yield and nutrients content of corn and wheat plants grown on sandy soils amended with bentonite or compost. Fayoum J. Agric. Res. Dev., 17: 55-66.
  16. Mostafa, M.A., E.S.A. Basyouny and S.M. Abdallah, S.M.A. El-Aziz and E.G. Youssif, 2002. Distribution of micronutrient fractions as controlled by organic manures application in some soil of Egypt. Fayoum J. Agric. Res. Dev., 16: 36-48.
  17. Rabia, F.H., S.M. AbdAllah, A. Ahmed and M.H. Bahalawn, 2001. The ability of some mineralogical aspects as criteria of soil weathering. Minufiya J. Agric. Res., 29: 1379-1391.
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  18. Farida, H.R., S.M. Abdallah and M.H. Bahlawan, 2001. Reliability of MINTEQA2-PRODEFA2 simulation model for predicting dissolution: Formation of minerals in some soils of Egypt. Minufiya J. Agric. Res., 29: 1347-1363.
  19. Farida, H.R., S.M. Abdallah and M.H. Bahlawan, 2001. Geochemical studies on the formation of certain minerals in some soils in North Sinai, Egypt. Minufiya J. Agric. Res., 29: 1365-1377.
  20. Abdallah, S.M., H.R. Farida and M.H. Bahlawan, 2001. Decomposability of some minerals in relation to soil solution and ground water contents in El-Fayoum region. Minufiya J. Agric. Res., 29: 1329-1346.
  21. Abdallah, S.M., 2000. Probability of kaolinization of montmorillonite under certain soil conditions of Egypt. Ann. Agric. Sci., Ain Shms Univ., Cairo, 45: 363-383.
  22. El-Sabour, A. and S.M. Abdallah, 1999. Prediction of pesticides transport in soil using LEACHM simulation model. Ann. Agric. Sci. Ain Shams Univ., Cairo, 44: 859-872.