Ramadan Aboelhassan Ahmed Mahmoud (Ramadan A mahmoud)

Lecturer - Lecture of Pediatrics

Faculty of medicine

Address: pediatrics departmet, sohag Faculty Of medicine, Egypt



Publications Which contain the keyword: soil

2018-10-28 17:50:48 Keywords soil properties, Reclaimed Soil, soil,
opportunities and challenges of Egyptian soils
Today’s agriculture faces many problems that are inherent to modern agro-technology whereas high productivity necessitates intensive fertilization and irrigation. Both of these inputs to ecosystems may cause severe imbalances (Mag, 2008). As soil problems prevail in Egypt, and as the Egyptian government has been implementing several projects for land reclamation over the last decades, protection of existing soils as well ... Read more

2018-10-17 23:59:11 Keywords Sprinkler, drip, irrigation, amenments, soil, El-Kawamel, Sohag,
تأثير الرى بالرش ومحسنات التربة على خواص التربة بمزرعة الكوامل بسوهاج – دراسة حالة
Effect of sprinkler and drip irrigation as well as soil amendments on some soil properties of El-Kawamel farm, Sohag Fatma N. Th., M. A. Gameh, K. K. Attia and M. S. Ibrahim. Elkawamel farm, Sohag University is about 150 feddans located in the western border of the Nile Valley in the desert newly reclaimed sandy soil about 15 km south ... Read more

2018-10-11 19:10:53 Keywords Heavy metals, DTPA, soil, water,
Evaluation of DTPA-Extractable some heavy metals in soils and water in Qena Governorte, Egypt.
This study aims to assess heavy metal in the soils of Qena governorate. To fulfill this objective, surface soil samples were collected from industrial site and agricultural soils in Qena governorate. Cd. Co, Cr, Cu, Fe, Mn, Ni, Pb and Zn in the samples were estimate. During sampling we focused on the residential communities located downwind from the industrial zone ... Read more

2018-09-28 22:30:21 Keywords Heavy metals, soil, Groundwater, wastewater,
Environmental consequences of the improper landapplication of sewage wastewater disposal, Sohag Egypt: Soil and Ground water pollution.
Over the past several years, land application of sewage wastewater has been becoming an increasingly common method of disposing in Egypt. Assessment of the environmentalconsequences of the improper land application of waste disposal in Sohag area is the mainobjective of the present study. Heavy metals were estimated in the soil applied for disposal at twodifferent sites. Groundwater from these sites ... Read more

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