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Scientific Papers in the Academic Year 2004/2005


The total number is 142 covers all fields of civil and environmental engineering, agriculture and science. The scientific papers were published in 14 local journals and one international journal, in 20 conferences in Egypt and eight conferences outside:


1. AN APPROACH TO DECREASE THE EVAPORATION AND EVAPOTRANSPIRATION LOSSES FROM WEST NOBARIA DRAIN.


2. ASSESSMENT OF WATER STRUCTURE OPERATION IN VEGETATED CHANNELS.


3. HYDRAULIC CHARACTERISTICS AT THE TRANSITION ZONE OF EL-SHEIKH ZAYED CANAL.


4. SPATIAL INTEGRATION OF NATIONAL WATER QUALITY INFORMATION IN EGYPT.


5. GIS SPATIAL ANALYSIS OF USGS-MOC2D.


6. WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT FOR AGRICULTURAL SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN THE SOUTHERN VALLEY.


7. OPTIMAL DESIGN OF MUBARAK PUMPING STATION SIPHON OUTLET.


8. PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT OF MAIN EGYPTIAN CANALS.


9. ANALYSIS OF LOAD VERSUS CONCENTRATION AS WATER QUALITY MEASURES.


10. EXCHANGE OF IRRIGATION WATER BETWEEN FARMERS IN EGYPT.


11. THE CONSTRUCTION PHASES OF THE NEW NAGA HAMMADI BARRAGE COFFERDAMS.


12. FLOW OF INFORMATION AND ROLE OF NWRC RESEARCH EGYPT'S WATER POLICY DEVELOPMENT.


13. THERMAL POLLUTION IN SHALLOW SEA.


14. REDUCTION OF THERMAL POLLUTION INTO THE  NILE RIVER AT ASSIUT POWER PLANT.


15. REDUCTION OF EVAPORATION LOSSES IN LAKE NASSER BY PARTIAL FILLING OF ITS KHORS USING THE DEPOSITED SEDIMENTS.


16. ROUGHNESS OF CANALS LINED BY CONCRETE IN EGYPT.


17. TOWARDS AN INTEGRATED NATIONAL WATER QUALITY MONITORING PROGRAM IN EGYPT.


18. THE IMPACT OF THERMAL STRATIFICATION AND  DISSOLVED OXYGEN CONCENTRATION ON FISH  PRODUCTION IN LAKE NASSER.


19. MINIMIZATION OF VORTEX FORMATION IN FRONT OF PUMPING STATION INTAKES. 


20. UPDATING YIELD RESPONSE FACTORS UNDER WEST DELTA REGION.


21. EFFECT OF IRRIGATION WATER MANAGEMENT ON YIELD OF BROAD BEAN AND WATER USE EFFICIENCY.


22. THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENT PLANTING DATES ON WATER SAVING AND WHEAT GRAIN YIELD UNDER TOSHKA CONDITIONS.


23. ENVIRONMENTAL STUDY ON FUTURE DEVELOPMENT OF AGRICULTURE IN TOSHKA.


24. THE DAILY PERFORMANCE OF A NEW SOLAR STILL UNDER DIFFERENT DESIGN PARAMETERS.


25. SPRINKLER IRRIGATION AS A TOOL FOR WATER SAVING IN SANDY SOIL.


26. SUITABILITY OF WHEAT PRODUCTIVITY BY SUPPLEMENTARY IRRIGATION WITH RAINFALL.


27. A STRATEGY FOR AN IRRIGATION WATER COST RECOVERY.


28. SPATIAL VARIABILITY OF NITRATE NITROGEN DISTRIBUTION IN WATER TABLE AND SOIL UNDER SUBSURFACE DRAINAGE SYSTEM.


29. SAMPLING FREQUENCY ASSESSMENT OF WATER QUALITY MONITORING PROGRAM AT EL SALAM CANAL PROJECT.


30. SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACT OF SUBSURFACE  DRAINAGE IN QALUBIA GOVERNORATE.


31. HYDRODYNAMIC SIMULATION OF PASSIVE IN-STREAM WETLAND IN RURAL AREAS OF EGYPT.


32. DISPOSAL OF AGRICULTURAL DRAINAGE WATER IN NEWLY RECLAIMED AREAS IN THE NORTH COAST OF EGYPT.


33. DIFFERENT ALTERNATIVES TO HANDLE AGRICULTURE DRAINAGE WATER IN TOSHKA PROJECT.


34. SOIL IMPROVEMENT IN NEW ARAES IN EL SALAM CANAL COMMAND AREA.


35. BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES FOR THE DRAINAGE WATER REUSE.


36. REUSE PRACTICE AND MANAGEMENT FOR AGRICULTURE IN EGYPT.


37. DRAINS AND FLASH FLOOD PROTECTION IN UPPER EGYPT.


38. HYDROLOGY OF THE NILE DRAINAGE BASIN.


39. SOCIO-ECONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES IN WADI WATIR, SINAI, EGYPT.


40. NON STATIONARY STOCHASTIC ANALYSIS IN WELL CAPTURE ZONE DESIGN USING FIRST-ORDER TAYLOR’S SERIES APPROXIMATION.


41. THE WATER CHEMISTRY OF THE QUATERNARY AQUIFER IN THE SOUTH EL-QAA PLAIN AREA, SINAI, EGYPT.


42. SAFE VISUAL NAVIGATION ON THE NILE RIVER.


43. EFFECT OF ASWAN HIGH DAM OPERATION ON RIVER CHANNEL CAPACITY TO CONVEY DISCHARGES.


44. NILE NAVIGATION.


45. OVERVIEW OF SEDIMENT TRANSPORT EVALUATION AND MONITORING IN THE NILE BASIN.


46. EVALUATION OF LAKE NASSER ENVIRONMENTAL SEDIMENTATION (1964 – 2000).


47. HIGHLIGHTS ON HIGH FLOOD EFFECTS ON RIVER NILE. 


48. NILE RIVER FLOOD IMPACTS ON THE EXISTING STRUCTURES.


49. INLAND WATERWAYS DESIGN CRITERIA AND ITS APPLICATIONS IN EGYPT.


50. FLOW CHARACTERISTICS AT THE NEW NAGA HAMMADI BARRAGES USING WAVES TWO-DIMENSINAL MODEL.


51. SCOUR AT DAHSHOOR BRIDGE USING NUMERICAL MODELING AND NOVEL PIER SCOUR EQUATION.


52. EFFECT OF HIGH FLOODS ON NAGA HAMMADI BARRAGE SCOUR HOLE.
53. TOSHKA SPILLWAY BARRAGES STABILITY ANALYSIS.


54. EVALUATION OF DIFFERENT WATER QUALITY PARAMETERS FOR THE NILE RIVER AND THE DIFFERENT DRAINS.


55. FLOOD MANAGEMENT OF LAKE NASSER AFTER THE NEW TOSHKA BARRAGES CONSTRUCTION.


56. SUITABILITY OF MAIN CANALS WATER QUALITY FOR IRRIGATION IN EGYPT.


57. CONTROL STRUCTURES IMPACT ON RIVER PROTECTION AND DEVELOPMENT.


58. AGRICULTURAL DRAINAGE WATER QUALITY VARIATION AND ITS APPLICABILITY FOR USE IN UPPER EGYPT.


59. A SIMPLIFIED METHOD FOR COMPUTING THE DREDGING VOLUME OF A NAVIGATIONAL ROUTE USING SPREADSHEETS.


60. EFFECT OF HYDROGRAPHIC MAP PRODUCTION ACCURACY ON THE ECONOMICS OF NAVIGATIONAL PROJECTS.


61. NILE RIVER MORPHOLOGY EXPECTED CHANGES DUE TO ABNORMAL FLOWS.


62. THE EFFECT OF FLASH FLOODS ON THE DEVELOPMENT PROCESS.


63. EVALUATION OF MORPHOLOGICAL AND HYDROLOGICAL CHANGES FOR RIVER NILE AT MANFALOUT (CASE STUDY).


64. OPTIMIZING SCARCE WATER RESOURCES FOR IRRIGATED AGRICULTURE IN TOSHKA PROJECT.


65. LAKE NASSER SEDIMENTATION ANALYSIS.


66. ENVIRONMENTAL EVALUATION TECHNIQUE ON THE WETLAND LAKE BARDAWIL CASE STUDY.


67. DAMIETTA BRANCH RECHANNELIZATION TO ACCOMMODATE EMERGENCY DISCHARGES.


68. IMPROVEMENT THE EFFICIENCY OF BANI HEMEIL PUMP STATION INTAKE.


69. OPERATIONAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR BAHR WAHBA CANAL.


70. EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF THE HYDRAULIC PERFORMANCE OF EL-SALAM CANAL SYPHON.


71. ENHANCING THE STORAGE CAPACITY OF TOSHKA DEPRESSION.


72. INTEGRATED WATER MANAGEMENT FOR WEST DELTA.


73. FUTURE OPERATIONAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR BANI HEMEIL PUMP STATION.


74. IMPACT OF LAND USE ON THE GROUNDWATER QUALITY IN KAFR THORMOS FIELD, GIZA.


75. ASSESSMENT OF THE HYDRAULIC PERFORMANCE OF NAGH­HAMMADI EL-GHARBIA CANAL.


76. THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE HYDRAULIC PARAMETERS OF THE EGYPTIAN EARTHEN OPEN DRAINS.


77. DESIGNING BARRIERS FOR SOLVING AQUATIC WEEDS PROBLEMS UPSTREAM NEW ESNA BARRAGE.


78. THE ACTIVE SAND DUNES AND SEDIMENT ACCUMMULATION WITHIN EL-SHEIKH ZAYED CANAL, SOUTH EGYPT DEVELOPMENT PROJECT.


79. APPLICATION OF NEW TECHNOLIGIES IN AQUATIC WEEDS MANAGEMENT IN KHORS EL-ALAKY AND TOSHKA, NASSER LAKE, EGYPT.


80. PROPOSED BARRIERS IN NILE RIVER FOR CONTROLLING WATER HYACINTH REACHING CAIRO GOVERNERATE.


81. IMPACT OF AQUATIC WEEDS ON WATER CONVEYANCE THROUGH SMALL EARTHEN IRRIGATION CANALS IN EGYPT.


82. IMPROVING THE ENVIRONMENTAL STATUS IN ASWAN RESERVOIR BY USING HERBIVOROUS FISH.


83. IMPACT OF CHANGING WATER STRUCTURE LOCATIONS ON THE HYDRAULIC PERFORMANCE OF A BRANCHED CHANNEL SYSTEM.


84. GROUNDWATER DISCHARGES IN SIWA AND QATTARA DEPRESSIONS.


85. THE WATER TABLE RISING PROBLEM AND PROPOSED ENGINEERING SOLUTION.


86. APPLICATION OF GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL GROUNDWATER MANAGEMENT.


87. WATER SECURITY AND POLLUTION ACCUMULATION CASE STUDY WADI EL NATRUN.


88. THE IMPACT OF THE ENVIRONMENT ON WATER RESOURCES IN THE EASTERN NILE DELTA.


89. QUALITY OF GROUNDWATER IN EL-MINIA AREA AND IMPACTS OF AGRICULTURAL ACTIVITIES.


90. APPLICATION OF EIA FOR INITIAL EVALUATION ON THE FUTURE SURFACE WATER DEVELOPMENT PLAN ON GROUNDWATER SYSTEM IN WESTERN NILE DELTA.


91. INVESTIGATION OF WATER RISING PHENOMENON IN ABU ZABAL LAKES.


92. INTEGRATION OF GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM AND REMOTE SENSING TECHNOLOGY FOR STUDYING THE LAND RECLAMATION EXPANSION AT WEST NILE DELTA REGION.


93. EVALUATION OF WELL DESIGN WEST OF THE NILE DELTA REGION WITH EMPHASIS ON WADI EL-NATRUN AND WADI EL­FARIGH AREAS.


94. EVALUATION OF LOCAL GROUNDWATER POTENTIAL AT EL­QATA AREA, WESTERN NILE DELTA.


95. MICROBIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY ASSESSMENT IN EGYPT AND MONITORING NETWORK –CASE STUDY AT NILE DELTA REGION”.


96. ASSESSMENT OF GROUNDWATER POTENTIAL IN WADI EL ASSIUTY, EASTERN DESERT, EGYPT.


97. IMPACT OF EIN-ELSIRA LAKE ON ELFOSTAT MONUMENTAL AREA (CAIRO, EGYPT).


98. RE-EVALUATION OF THE GROUNDWATER POTENTIAL OF THE NUBIAN SANDSTONE AQUIFER HORIZONS IN THE DAKHLA OASIS, WESTERN DESERT, EGYPT.


99. WATER SECURITY AND POLLUTION ACCUMULATION CASE STUDY SOUTH EL TAHRIR.


100.   ANALYSIS OF LOCAL SCOUR AROUND EXPOSED BRIDGE PILE FOUNDATION IN GRADED SANDY SOIL CHANNEL.


101. EFFECT OF UPGRADING OF MAIN CANAL CONSTRUCTED ON SANDY SOIL ON SEEPAGE AND NEARLY CULTIVATED LAND. 


102. ECONOMICS OF CUTOFFS IN THE STABILITY OF UPGRADED OLD REGULATORS.


102. CHLORIDE PERMEABILITY AND PRORE STRUCTURE STUDY OF CONCRETE CONTAINING RICE HUSK ASH. 


103. EFFECT OF SOIL ON POUNDING BETWEEN ADJACENT BUILDINGS DURING EARTHQUAKES.


104. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ON THE PERFORMANCE OF THE CEMENTED SAND MIXED WITH WATER HYACINTH ASH.


105. MONITORING OF STABILIZED EMBANKMENT USING REINFORCED CONCRETE PIKE.


106. IMPROVEMENT OF SOFT CLAY CHARACTERISTICS USING SAND CUSHION REINFORCED WITH SHREDDED WASTE TIRE.


107. SETTLEMENT DUE TO SALT LEACHING OF MARINE  DEPOSITS.


108. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SOLUBLE AND TOTAL
        CHLORIDE CONTENTS IN CONCRETE CONTAINING
        CEMENTITIOUS MATERIALS.


109.   DESIGN OF AN INTELLIGENT PUMPING STATION: AN EXPERIMENTAL MODEL. 


110. ENERGY REQUIREMENTS FOR MICRO-IRRIGATION OF ORCHARD (CITRUS TREES) AT KALIOBIYA AREA.


111. CONSTRUCTION VIBRATION AND ITS ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECT ON NEIGHBOR STRUCTURES.


112.   EFFECT OF BEARING FAULTS ON DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR AND POWER CONSUMPTION OF PUMPS.


113. VIBRATION GENERATED DUE TO PILE DRIVING IN WATER AND SOIL.


114. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF CATHODIC PROTECTION IN WATER STRUCTURES.


115. PHYSICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF ASWAN HIGH DAM ON THE NILE RIVER.


116. EFFECT OF HIGH FLOODS ON NAGA HAMMADI BARRAGE SCOUR HOLE.


117. ASSESSMENT AND MODELING OF SEA LEVEL RISE AND METROLOGICAL CHANGES IN EGYPT.


118. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION OF VARIOUS MATHEMATICAL MODELS FOR STEREO IKONOS SATELLITE IMAGES.


119. ENHANCING THE INTEGRITY OF THE NATIONAL GEODETIC DATABASE IN EGYPT.


120. GIS AND REMOTE SENSING FOR CHANG DETECTION MODELING.


121. THE PROPOSED PROTECTION FOR THE INTERNATIONAL ROAD AT BURULLUS LEE AREA AGAINST THE COASTAL EROSION, EGYPT.


122. EFFECTS OF SHORELINE AND BEDROCK IRREGULARITIES ON THE MORPHODYNAMICS OF THE ALEXANDRIA COAST LITTORAL CELL, EGYPT.


123. APPLICATION OF ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS MODEL ON ESTIMATION OF SEA WATER LEVELS ALONG THE NORTHERN EGYPTIAN COAST.


124. A STEP TOWARD THE ADVANCED COASTAL ENGINEERING LESSON FROM 6th OF OCTOBER COASTAL AREA, EGYPT.


125. COASTAL CHANGES ALONG ROSETTA PROMONTORY.


126. SEDIMENT MOVEMENT AND TRANSPORT RATE ALONG THE NILE DELTA COAST WEST PORT SAID, EGYPT.


127. SIMPLIFIED METHOD TO SIMULATE WAVE TRANSFORMATIONS ACROSS CORAL REEFS.


128. SEDIMENTOLOGICAL STUDIES ON THE COAST AREA OF BURULLUS LAKE, EGYPT.


129. MODIFIED N-LINE NUMERICAL MODEL FOR MAPPING BOTTOM.


130. AN EMPIRICAL EQUATION FOR PREDICTION OF LONGSHORE CURRENT AT ROSETTA PROMONTORY OF THE NILE DELTA.


131. NAVIGATION TOWARDS GENUINE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES FOR NILE RIVER.


132. IMPACT OF AGRICULTURAL DRAINAGE WATER ON THE HYDROLOGICAL ENVIRONMENT OF AL-BURULLUS LAKE, EGYPT.


133. EFFECTS OF THERMAL STRATIFICATION OF LAKE NASSER ON SOME WATER QUALITY VARIABLES.


134. ASSESS THE EFFICIENCY OF SILVER CARP “HYPOPHTHALMICHTHYS MOLITRIX”, GRASS CARP “CTENOPHARYNGODON IDELLA” AND COMMON CARP “CYPRINUS CARPIO” AT CONTROLING THE PHYTOPLANKTONS.


135. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF NON­CONVENTIONAL WATER RESOURCES DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM.


136. DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR EVALUATING THE ENVIRONMETAL QUALITY IN RURAL AREAS.


137. APPLIED INDICATORS FOR EVALUATION OF THE SOCIO­ECONOMIC AND AGRICULTURAL ASPECTS RELATED TO WATER RESOURCES IN EGYPT.


138. CLASSIFICATION AND MAPPING OF RIPARIAN SYSTEMS USING AIRBORNE REMOTE SENSING FOR ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY.


139. STRATEGIC DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR RIVER NILE WATER QUALITY ASSESSMENT.


140. GIS APPLICATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN THE SOUTH VALLEY.


141. DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR EVALUATING.


142. THE GROUNDWATER QUALITY.

Number of Papers for Each Institute in the Academic Year 2004/2005

               NW   WMRI  DRI  WRRI  NRI   HRI   CMRI  RIGW  CRI  MERI  SRI  CoRI   ECRI  SRU RC-HQ

Name of Institute

Figure (6):Distribution of Scientific Papers Produced Among the 12 NWRC Institutes – Academic Year 2004/2005