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Abd-Alla Gad Abd-Alla Gad, Professor of Soils and Environment

Professor, Environmental Studies and Land Use Division, National Authority for Remote Sensing and Space Sciences. SUDSOE – FP7-EU project coordinator. 1. Faculty of Sciences, State University of Ghent, Belgium, Ph. D. in Soil Sciences, Using Remote Sensing Techniques, with the degree of "Greatest distinction", October 1988 2. Post Doctor Studies in the Remote Sensing Technology International Center (RESTIC) in Tokyo, Japan, in 1994. 3. Peace fellowship holder for post Doctor Studies in the State University of South Dakota, 1995. 4. Holder of the state prize in advanced technical Studies Agricultural Sciences in Egypt. National expert in the Egyptian Environmental Affairs Agency (EEAA), Ministry of Cabinet Affairs, 1995-2002. 5. Deeply involved in environmental impact assessments in Egypt and in the Arab world.

Experienced in quantitative assessment of land degradation and desertification processes, using space imageries

Topic(s)

Drought

Available for:

Consultancy; Consultancy to Parties; Consultancy to support reporting process

Contact details:

​Prof. Abd-Alla Gad Abd-Alla GAD
National Authority for Remote Sensing and Space Sciences (NARSS),
23, Josef Brows Tito, El-Nozha El-Gededa, Cairo, Egypt
P.Box 1564-Alf Maskan

Phone :Mobile  +/20122/3568182   & Off. +/20226251215
Fax :     +/202/26225800
Email : abdallagad1@gmail.com;  agad@narss.sci.eg

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