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Adel Shalaby

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Education :

  • Faculty of Agriculture, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt, B. Sc. Specialized in Soil Sciences, 1995 with degree of "Excellent with honor ".
  • Faculty of Sciences, State University of Ghent, Belgium, Scientific Degree of Graduate in complementary Studies in physical land resources, July 1998.
  • Faculty of Sciences, State University of Ghent, Belgium, Master of Science in physical land resources, September 1999.
  • National Authority for Remote Sensing and Space Sciences, Training Department, Cairo Egypt, Training course in digital image processing November to December 2000.
  • National Authority for Remote Sensing and Space Sciences, Training Department, Cairo Egypt, Training course in ERDAS Imagine 8.3.1December 2000.
  • National Authority for Remote Sensing and Space Sciences, GIS lab, Cairo Egypt, Training course in Auto CAD January 2001.
  • National Authority for Remote Sensing and Space Sciences, Training Department, Cairo Egypt, Training course in “The Role of Remote Sensing and Space Technologies in Environmental Impact Assessment “ Marsh 2001.
  • Chiba University, Graduate school of science and technology, Center for Environmental remote sensing, Ph.D. student April 2002 - March 2007.

Work Experience :

 
  • Assistant researcher, Environmental studies and landuse division, National Authority for Remote Sensing and Space Sciences, Cairo, Egypt, 15 November 1995 till May 21, 2000.
  • Researcher Assistant, Environmental studies and landuse division, National Authority for Remote Sensing and Space Sciences, Cairo, Egypt, 21st may 2000, 31st may 2008
  • Cooperative Researcher, Tateishi Lab, Center for Environmental Remote Sensing (CEReS), Chiba University, Japan, 2007-2008
  • Researcher, Environmental studies and landuse division, National Authority for Remote Sensing and Space Sciences, Cairo, Egypt, 2008-2009 till May 21, 2009.
  • Head, land use department, National Authority for Remote Sensing and Space Sciences, Cairo, Egypt, Jun 1st 2009 up-to-date.
  • Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing Expert, Arab Organization for Agricultural Development, Arab League, 2014 -2015.
  • Associate professor, Environmental studies and landuse division, National Authority for Remote Sensing and Space Sciences, Cairo, Egypt, 21-6-2013 -24-9-2018.
  • Professor, Environmental studies and landuse division, National Authority for Remote Sensing and Space Sciences, Cairo, Egypt, 24-9-2018 up to date.

Publications :

PUBLICATIONS IN JOURNALS

1- Shalaby, A., Aboel Ghar, M., and  Tateishi, R. 2004.  Desertification Impact Assessment in Egypt Using Low Resolution Satellite Data and GIS, International Journal of Environmental Studies, Vol. 61 No. 4. Pp 375-384.

2- Shalaby, A., Ouma, Y.O., and Tateishi, R. 2006. Land suitability assessment for perennial crops using remote sensing and Geographic Information Systems: a case study in northwestern Egypt, Archive of Agronomy and Soil Science, Vol. 52 No. 3. Pp 243-261.

3- Shalaby, A., and Tateishi, R. 2007. Remote sensing and GIS for mapping and monitoring land cover and land-use changes in the Northwestern coastal zone of Egypt, Applied Geography, Vol. 27, No1.  Pp 28–41

4- Aboel Ghar, M., Shalaby, A., and Tateishi, R. 2004. Agricultural Land monitoring in the Egyptian Nile Delta Using Landsat Data. The International Journal of Environmental Studies, Vol.  61 No.6. Pp 651-657.

5- Ouma, Y.O., Shalaby, A., and Tateishi, R. 2005. Dynamism and abundance of water hyacinth in the Winam Gulf of Lake Victoria: evidence from remote sensing and seasonal climate data. International Journal of Environmental Studies, Vol. 62 No.4. Pp 449–465

6- Shalaby, A. 2007. Land suitability mapping based on soil information: A case study for olive cultivation in Southeastern Egypt, Asian journal of Geoinformatics, Vol. 7 No.1, Pp 41-46.

7- THOMAS G. NGIGI*, RYUTARO TATEISHI, ADEL SHALABY, NEHAL SOLIMAN and MOHAMED GHAR. 2008.  Comparison of a new classifier, the Mix–Unmix Classifier, with conventional hard and soft classifiers , The International Journal of Remote Sensing Vol. 29, No. 14, Pp 4111–4128.

8-  Shalaby, A. and R. R. Ali, 2010.  Agricultural land Monitoring in Egypt using NOAA-AVHRR and SPOT Vegetation Data, Nature and Science, Vol. 8 No. 11. Pp 275-278.

9-  Ryutaro Tateishi,  Bayaer Uriyangqai,  Hussam Al-Bilbisi, Mohamed Aboel Ghar , Javzandulam Tsend-Ayushe , Toshiyuki Kobayashi, Alimujiang Kasimu, , Nguyen Thanh Hoana, Shalaby, A., ,Bayan Alsaaideha, Tsevengee Enkhzayaa, , Gegentanaa and Hiroshi P. Satog. 2011. Production of global land cover data – GLCNMO, International Journal of Digital Earth, Vol. 4, No.1. Pp 22-49

10- Shalaby, A.,  R. R. Ali and A.Gad 2011. A GIS-based Model for Desertification Sensitivity Assessment  Case study: Inland Sinai and Eastern Desert Wadies, International Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences Vol. 1 No.1. Pp. 1-11

11- Shalaby, A., R. R. Ali and A.Gad 2012. Urban sprawl impact assessment on the agricultural land in Egypt using remote sensing and GIS: a case study, Qalubiya Governorate. Journal of Land Use Science Vol. 7, No.3. Pp 261–273

12-  R.R. Ali., and Shalaby, A. 2012. Response of Topsoil Features to the Seasonal Changes of  Land Surface Temparature in the Arid Environment, International Journal of Soil Science, Vol.7  No.2. Pp 39-50

13- M. Ghadiry, Shalaby, A. and B. Koch 2012. A new GIS-based model for automated extraction of Sand Dune encroachment case study: Dakhla Oases, western desert of Egypt, The Egyptian Journal of Remote Sensing and Space Sciences, Vol, 15. Pp 53–65

14- R.R. Ali., and Shalaby, A. 2012. Sustainable Agriculture in the Arid Desert West of the Nile Delta: A Crop Suitability and Water Requirement Perspective, International Journal of Soil

Science, Vol.7 No.4. Pp 116-131  

15- Shalaby, A., 2012. R. R. Ali and A.Gad, 2012. Land Degradation Monitoring in the Nile Delta of Egypt, using Remote Sensing and GIS, International Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, Vol. 1 No.4. Pp. 283-294

16- Shalaby, A., 2012. Assessment of Urban Sprawl Impact on the Agricultural Land in the Nile Delta of Egypt Using Remote Sensing and Digital Soil Map, International Journal of Environmental Sciences, Vol. 1 No. 4. Pp. 253-262

17- Shalaby, A., 2013. Land Degradation Assessment of the Irrigated Lands in the Middle Nile Delta, Egypt, Nature and Science; Vol. 11 No. 1. Pp 121-126

18- R.R. Ali., and Shalaby, A. 2013. The Use of Cartographic Modeling for the Assessment of Agricultural Sustainability of Damietta Governorate, Egypt, Journal of Applied Sciences Research, 9(1): 248-257.

19- Salwa F. Elbeih, Adel A. Shalaby, Ahmed M. Bahy El Deen., 2013. Water Management Problems Associated with Urban Sprawl in Gharbia Governorate, Egypt Using Remote Sensing and GIS. International Journal of Advanced Remote Sensing and GIS 2013, Volume 2, Issue 1, pp. 243-259.

20- Hiroshi KATO, Salwa ELBEIH, Erina IWASAKI, Ahmed SEFELNASR, Adel SHALABY , and Elsayed ZAGHLOUL., 2014. The Relationship between Groundwater, Landuse, and Demography in Dakhla Oasis, Egypt. Journal of Asian Network for GIS-based Historical Studies Vol.2 (Dec. 2014) 3-10.

21- Hoda, N., Farida H.,  Abd-Elwahed M. S., Sheta A. S.  and Shalaby, A., 2014. Establishment of Geodatabase   for Sustainable   Agricultural Usage Case Study: Qalubia Governorate.  Journal of Biological Chemistry and Environmental Science, 2014, Vol. 9(4), pp. 357–372

22 - Shalaby, A., and F.S. Moghanm., 2015. Assessment of urban sprawl on agricultural soil of northern Nile Delta of Egypt using RS and GIS. Chinese Geographical Science 25 (3), 274-282.

23- Elsayed Said Mohamed, Abdelaziz Belal and Shalaby. A., 2015.  Impacts of Soil Sealing on Potential Agriculture in Egypt Using Remote Sensing and GIS Techniques. Eurasian Soil Science, 2015, Vol. 48, No. 10, pp. 1159–1169.

24- Mohammed El Bastawesy., Shalaby, A., and  Ihab N.L. Mohamed, 2017. Management of waste water discharge within the Nile Valley of Egypt: The collapse of Al Ballanah waste water’s lake in Aswan in September 2013.  The Egyptian Journal of Remote Sensing and Space Science,  (2017) 21 (2), 149-158

25- Neven G. Rostom., Shalaby, A., Yousry M. Issa and Ahmed A. Afifi., 2017. Evaluation of Mariut Lake water quality using Hyperspectral Remote Sensing and laboratory works. The Egyptian Journal of Remote Sensing and Space Science, 2017, Vol. 20, pp. 39–48. 

 

26- Mohammed El Bastawesy., Shalaby, A., and  Ihab N.L. Mohamed, 2017.  Assessment of the Hydrological and Environmental Problems of Waste Water Disposal Sites in Aswan of Egypt Using Remote Sensing and GIS, International Journal of Hydrology,  Volume 1 Issue 1 – 2017.

 

27- El Bastawesy, M. Shabaly, A. Gad, A.I. Gebremichael, E. (2017). Adaptation of Anthropogenic activities  to the landforms and hydrological processes in Idku Lake area, northwest of the Nile Delta. Sophia Journal of Asian, African, and Middle Eastern Studies, 35, 113-124.  

 

28- Shalaby, A.,  AbdelRahman, M.A.E., and  A.A. Belal, 2017.   A GIS Based Model for Land Evaluation Mapping: A Case Study North Delta Egypt, Egyptian journal of  Soil Sciences (2017) 57 (3), 339 – 351. 

 

29-  AbdelRahman, M.A.E., Shalaby, A., Aboelsoud, M.H and F. S. Moghanm, 2018. GIS spatial model based for determining actual land degradation status in Kafr El-Sheikh Governorate, North Nile Delta, Modeling Earth Systems and Environment (2018) 4:359–372

 

30- M Abowaly, F Saad Moghanm, AEL EL-Nahry, A Shalaby, H Khedr, 2018. Assessment of Land Use Changes and Its Impact on Agricultural Soils in The North Nile Delta Region of Egypt Using GIS and Remote Sensing, Egyptian Journal of Soil Science (2018) 58 (3), 359-372

 

 

31- AbdelRahman, M.A.E., Shalaby, A., and E.S. Mohamed , 2019. Comparison of two soil quality indices using two methods based on geographic information system, The Egyptian Journal of Remote Sensing and Space Science (2019)  22 (2), 127-136.

 

32- AbdelRahman, M.A.E., Metwaly, M.M., and Shalaby, A., 2019. Quantitative assessment of soil saline degradation using remote sensing indices in Siwa Oasis Remote Sensing Applications: Society and Environment (2019) 13: 53-60

 

33- MS Ibrahim, MI El-Gammal, Shalaby, A., M El-Zeiny, and NG Rostom 2019.  Environmental and Spatial Assessment of Urban Heat Islands in Qalyubia Governorate, Egypt, Egyptian journal of Soil Sciences  (2019) 59 (2),  pp.157 - 174

 

PUBLICATIONS IN CONFERENCES

1. Shalaby, A, and Gad, A. 2001. Use of remote sensing and GIS in the study of land suitability for Olive cultivation in southeastern Egypt. Paper submitted for Symposium International Conference, Marrakech, November 2001.

2. Yehia M.A., Ihab,N., Gad,A. and Shalaby, A. 2001. Characterizing the environmental conditions of Land Use/Land Cover classes towards the assessment of desertification, a case study in northwestern cost of Egypt. paper submitted for Symposium International Conference, Marrakech, November 2001.

3. Shalaby, A., Aboel Ghar, M., and Tateishi, R., 2003. Monitoring of Agriculture land in Egypt using NOAAAVHRR and SPOT Vegetation data. ACRS, Busan, Korea., Nov., 2003. Pp 300-302

4. Shalaby, A., and Tateishi, R, 2004. Remote sensing and GIS for land cover change detection in the northwestern coast of Egypt. Proceedings of Annual conference of Japan Society for Photogrammetry and Remote sensing, Tokyo, Japan, 17-18 Jun 2004. Pp 107-111,

5. Shalaby, A., Javzandulam, T-A., Ouma Y.O., Ngigi, T.G. and Tateishi, R., 2004. Land suitability assessment of olive cultivation in southeastern Egypt using remote sensing and GIS. Indonesia-Japan Joint Scientific Symposium 2004. 20-22 October 2004, Chiba, Japan, pp. 109-114.

6. Aboel Ghar, M., Shalaby, A., and Tateishi, R., 2003. Developing a Mathematical Model For Wheat Yield Prediction Using Landsat ETM+ Data. ACRS, Busan, Korea. Pp 639-641.

7. Javzandulam, T-A., Tateshi, R. and Shalaby, A., 2004. Monitoring vegetation degradation in semi-arid and arid area of Mongolia. Proceedings of Indonesian-Japan Joint Scientific Symposium, Chiba University, Chiba, Japan, October 20-22, 2004. Pp 105-108

8. Ouma Y.O., Ngigi, T.G., Shalaby, A. and Tateishi, R., 2004. A preliminary investigation into the application of wavelets transform as a fast-unsupervised environmental change detection strategy. Indonesia-Japan Joint Scientific Symposium 2004. 20-22 October 2004, Chiba, Japan, Pp. 47-52.

9. Shalaby, A., and Tateishi, R, 2006. Land suitability assessment in the arid Mediterranean costal zone of Egypt using remote sensing and GIS. Proceedings of the 41st conference of the Remote Sensing Society of Japan,. Okinawa Seinenkaikan, Nov. 30th – December 1st 2006. Pp 149-150.  

10. Shalaby, A., N.M. Soliman., Alimujiang Kasimu and R. Tateishi, 2007. Extraction of water bodies and shoreline using MODIS data. The 13th CEReS International Symposium on Remote Sensing “Disaster Monitoring and Mitigation in Asia” Chiba University, Japan Oct 29-30th 2007

11. Shalaby, A., Alimujiang Kasimu, and Tateishi, R, 2007. Extraction of water bodies using MODIS data, The 33rd SICE Remote Sensing Symposium P 23-26 Chiba University, Japan Nov 8-9th 2007 Pp 23-26

12. Alimujiang Kasimu., Shalaby, A., and Tateishi, R, 2007. Validation of urban boundaries derived from Global girded population density data, MODIS and nighttime satellite imagery The 13th CEReS International Symposium on Remote Sensing “ Disaster Monitoring and Mitigation in Asia” Chiba University, Japan Oct 29-30th 2007

13. Alimujiang Kasimu., Shalaby, A., and Tateishi, R, 2007. Global urban mapping by MODIS, DMSP and population data —a case study of Japan,  the 33rd SICE Remote Sensing, Chiba University, Japan Nov 8-9th 2007. Pp 3-6.

14. Shalaby, A., and Gad A, 2008. Integration of GIS and remote sensing based model for    sustainable land use decision support of the coastal zone, Egypt, the 1st Regional conference on    Geoinformatics: disaster management and early warning systems, Nov 24 – 26, 2008, Kuwait  

15. Shalaby, A., and Gad A, 2009. Assessment and mapping of desertification sensitivity using remote sensing and GIS – case study: northern coastal zone of Egypt, 15th International Symposium on environmental Pollution and its Impact on Life in the Mediterranean Region: Problems and Solutions, October 7-11, 2009, Bari, Italy.

16. Shalaby, A., and Gad A,2010. Urban Sprawl Impact Assessment on the Fertile agricultural Land of Egypt Using Remote Sensing and Digital Soil Database, Case Study:  Qalubiya Governorate, Workshop on Space Technology and Geoinformation for Sustainable Development, Cairo, Egypt 14‐17 June 2010.

17. Gad, A. and  Shalaby, A, 2010. Assessment and Mapping of desertification Sensitivity Using Remote Sensing and GIS, Case Study: Inland Sinai and Western Desert Wadies,  Workshop on Space Technology and Geoinformation for Sustainable Development, Cairo, Egypt 14‐17 June 2010.

18. Shalaby, A., and Gad A, 2012. Urban sprawl of greater Cairo and its impact on  agricultural land of Egypt using remote sensing and GIS, Planet Under Pressure 2012, 25th – 29th March

2012, Excel London, UK.

19. Shalaby, A, and Gad, A. 2013. Assessment of Urban Sprawl on Agricultural Soil of the Northern Nile Delta of Egypt Using Remote Sensing and GIS, GEOMED 2013 The 3rd International Geography Symposium, June 10 - 13, 2013 Kemer, Antalya – Turkey.

20. Shalaby, A, and Gad, A. 2014. A GIS-based Model for Desertification Sensitivity Assessment Case study: Siwa Oasis, Western Desert, 14th INTERNATIONAL MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENTIFIC GEOCONFERENCE & EXPO SGEM, Albena Resort, Bulgaria 17-25 June 2014