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Biography

Dr. Tarek Awad Seleem Salama

Geology Department, Faculty of Science

Suez Canal University, Egypt

Associate Professor


Email: tarek_salama@science.suez.edu.eg


Qualifications

2005 Ph.D., Faculty of Science, Suez Canal University, Egypt

2001 M.Sc., Faculty of Science, Suez Canal University, Egypt

1995 B.Sc., Faculty of Science, Suez Canal University, Egypt


Publications (Selected)

  1. Hegazi, A. M.; Khawasik, S. M. and Seleem T. A (2000): Using GIS for locating the optimal sites of industrial granite at Wadi Sanad area, south Sinai. Egypt. Jour. Remote Sensing & Space Sciences, V.2, p. 52-62.
  2. Seleem, T. A. and Khalifa, I. H. (2006): Structural control of sulphide mineralization in Wadi El-Rusis and Wadi Remthi localities, South Sinai, Cairo, Egyptian Journal of Geology, vol. 50, pp. 289-303.
  3. Khalifa, I. H. and Seleem, T. A. (2007): Sulphide mineralization at Wadi Nysrine and Wadi Tar localities, South Sinai, Egypt: Structural and petrographic investigation, Proceeding of the 8th conference of Sinai Development, Ismailia, Egypt, pp.21-27.
  4. Seleem, T.A., Foumelis, M., and Parcharidis, I. (2009): Detection of ground deformation in the southern part of Sharm El- Shiekh broader (Sinai Peninsula, Egypt) by Satellite SAR interferometry. Proceeding of the SPIE conference (Remote Sensing for environmental monitoring, GIS applications, and Geology IX), Berlin, Germany, vol. 7478, pp.1-10.
  5. Seleem, T.A., Parcharidis, I., Foumelis, M., and Kourkouli. P (2011): Detection of ground deformation over Sharm El-Sheikh – Ras Nasrani coastal zone, south Sinai (Egypt) by using time series SAR interferometry , the African Journal of Earth Science, Vol 59, pp. 373-383.
  6. Seleem, T. A. and Aboulela, H. (2011): Seismicity and geological structures indubitable in Wadi Hagul, North Eastern Desert, Egypt. International Journal of Geosciences Vol.2, pp. 55-67.
  7. Parcharidis, I., Poscolieri, M., Seleem, T. A., 2012. SAR Interferometry monitoring over the folded area of Abu Rawash, Egypt. Proceeding of the 4th EARSeL Workshop on Remote Sensing and Geology. Mykonos, Greece, 24th – 25th May, Pp. 102-102-107.
  8. Seleem, T. A., 2013: Analysis and tectonic implication of DEM-derived structural lineaments, Sinai Peninsula, Egypt, International Journal of Geosciences, Vol.4, pp. 183-201.
  9. Seleem, T. A., Abd El-Wahab R. H., Moustafa A. A, Zahgloul, S. M. and Abd El-Hamid, A. E., 2013. Risk assessment mapping of Acacia tortilis subspecies raddiana growing in South Sinai, Egypt, using integrated field survey, remote sensing and GIS. Int. J. Curr. Microbiol. App. Sci (2013) 2(5): 378-395.
  10. Hegazi, A.M, Seleem, T. A., and Aboulela, H, 2013. The spatial and genetic relation between seismicity and tectonic trends, the Bitter Lakes area, Northeast Egypt. Journal of geoinformatics and geostatistics an overview, vol.1, issue 2, 7 pages.
  11. Abd El-Wahab R. H., Seleem, T. A., Zahgloul, S. M., El-Rayes, A., Moustafa A. A, and Abd El-Hamid, A. E, 2013 .Anthropogenic effects on population structure of Acacia tortilis subsp. raddiana along a gradient of water availability in South Sinai, Egypt. African Journal of Ecology.
  12. Moustafa A. A, Abd El-Wahab R. H., Seleem, T. A., Zahgloul, S. M. and Abd El-Hamid, A. E., 2015. Spatial variation in long-term population change detection of Accacia tortilis subsp. Raddiana in arid environment using RS and GIS, CATRINA (2015), 14 (1): 67-75
  13. Seleem, T. A. (2015): Monitoring of ground deformation using SAR interferometry techniques, Ismailia Governorate, Suez Canal Province, Egypt. Egyptian Journal of Geology, V.58.
  14. Abuzied, S, Ibrahim, S, Kaiser, M, and Seleem, T.A, 2016: Application of remote sensing and spatial data integrations for mapping porphyry copper zones in Nuweiba area, Egypt. Accepted from International Conference on Remote Sensing and Applications, International Journal of Signal Processing Systems Vol. 4, No. 2, p.102-108. DOI: 10.12720/ijsps.4.2.102-108
  15. Abuzied, S, Ibrahim, S, Y, May, Kaiser, M, and Seleem, T.A, 2015: Delineation of groundwater potential zones in Nuweiba area (Egypt) using remote sensing and GIS techniques. International Journal of Signal Processing Systems Vol. 4, No. 2, p.109-117. DOI: 10.12720/ijsps.4.2.109-117
  16. Abuzied, S, Ibrahim, S, Kaiser, M, and Seleem, T.A, 2016: Geospatial susceptibility mapping of earthquake-induced landslides in Nuweiba area, Gulf of Aqaba, Egypt. Journal of Mountain Science, 13(7):1286-1303. DOI: 10.1007/s11629-015-3441-x
  17. Abuzied, S, Y, May, Ibrahim, S, Y, May, Kaiser, M, and Seleem, T.A, 2016: Geospatial risk assessment of flash floods in Nuweiba area, Egypt. Journal of Arid Environment, 133:54-72. DOI: 10.1016/j.jaridenv.2016.06.004
  18. Seleem T. A., Kourkouli P., Stergiopoulos V, and Parcharidis, I, 2017 : Correlation between Land Cover and Ground Vulnerability in Alexandria City (Egypt) Using Time Series SAR interferometry and Optical Earth Observation data, SPIE International Conference, Poland. DOI: 10.1117/12.2277951
  19. Karam, M; Hegazi, M,and Seleem, T.A (2020) :Geotechnical evaluation of soil at El-Alamein new city, Northern coast, Egypt. , journal of petroleum and mining engineering, 22 (1), p. 26-34. DOI: 10.21608/jpme.2020.23635.1026
  20. Seleem, T.A. , Hemami, Z, Zaky, Kh, and Zoheir, B (2020): ASTER mapping and geochemical analysis of chromitite bodies in the Abu Dahr ophiolites, South Eastern Desert, Egypt. Arabian Journal of Geosciences, 13 (15). DOI: 10.1007/s12517-020-05624-z


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