Ayad M. Fadhil Al-Quraishi

Ayad M. Fadhil Al-Quraishi
Ph.D.
Location Tishk International University Erbil Branch Address 100 Meter Street and Mosul Road Erbil KRG IRAQ
Pronouns He / Him / His

Ayad M. Fadhil Al-Quraishi

Engnieering

Position: Professor
Faculty : Engineering.
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BackgroundResearchPublicationsCourses
Education (PhD, MSc/MA, BSc/BA)
Ph.D. 
Teaching philosophy

· I believe that the educational process is interactive between the teacher and the student; however, the process becomes tedious and useless without that interaction.

· The students are of different levels, tendencies, and abilities, so the teacher must consider this and try to attract them to the lesson in an interactive way.

· To ensure a successful teaching and learning process, it is essential to make the student love the subject he is studying and work to attract him to it and entice him with it through several means. · The theoretical and practical education methods are diverse, and we invest the progress made in educational technology for that.

· Including various media during the presentation has an influential role in attracting the student's attention to that presentation, and thus we ensure that the content of the presentation is delivered to the student.

· Quizzes are one of the effective means that alert the student to the need to follow the lecture and interact with it to obtain a high mark in it.

· I believe that homework is necessary to ensure that the student follows the course and develops his knowledge and skills.

Previous positions

Professor, Knowledge University 2018-2020

Professor, University of Kufa 2016-2018

Professor, Salahaddin University 2007-2016

Assist. Lecturer, Lecturer, A. Professor, Middle Technical University 1980-2007

Research interests

Remote Sensing, GIS, Environmental Monitoring, Urbanization mapping, Land cover land use change detection.

Supervision

Ph.D. Dissertation Supervision (Completed)

1. Raheem Attafi. 2021. Drought impacts on the agricultural activities in Basrah Province, Iraq using Remote Sensing and GIS techniques. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran.

2. Abduldaem F.S. Alqasemi. 2020. Applications of Land Surface Temperature from Satellite Remote Sensing Over the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Ph.D. Dissertation, United Arab Emirates University, Al-Ain, United Arab Emirates. (Dissertation completed 2020).

3. Heman A. Ahmed. 2020. Modeling Spatio-Temporal Pattern of Drought Severity Using Meteorological Data and Geoinformatics Techniques for Erbil Governorate, the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. Ph.D. Dissertation, College of Agriculture, Salahaddin University, Erbil, Kurdistan Region, Iraq.

4. Salim N. Aziz. 2013. Soil Units Mapping Using Remote Sensing and GIS for Germian, Iraqi Kurdistan Region. Ph.D. Dissertation, Sulaimani University, Sulaimaniyah, Kurdistan Region, Iraq. (Dissertation completed 2013).

5. Abdul Ghafoor Ibrahim Hamad. 2013. “Soil Salinity monitoring using Landsat images dataset with the aid of GIS for the middle part of Iraq”

. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq (Dissertation completed 2013). Ph.D. Students Supervision (Ongoing)

1. Nofa Bahzad. 2021. “Forest Monitoring in Duhok, Kurdistan Region of Iraq Using Geoinformatics and Machine Learning”. Ph.D. Study. University of Duhok, Duhok, Kurdistan Region, Iraq.

2. Sabah Nori, 2022. “Land Degradation Analysis using Geospatial Technology”. Soran University, Kurdistan Region, Iraq. M.Sc. & High Diploma Theses Completed (Supervision)

1. Duaa A. Ali. “Modelling and Monitoring of Urban Sprawl in Baghdad city, Iraq: A Remote Sensing and GIS Approach” 2018. M.Sc. Thesis, College of Technical Engineering, Middle Technical University, Baghdad, Iraq.

2. Aven O. Bazaz. 2016. “Drought Monitoring using Satellite-based Indices and SPI for Some Sites in Erbil, Kurdistan Region of Iraq”. M.Sc. Thesis, Salahaddin University-Erbil, Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan region (Supervision, Thesis completed 2016).

3. Banaz M. Mustafa. 2015. “Mapping and Detection of Iron Oxides Using Geoinformatics In Sulaimani Governorate, Kurdistan Region-Iraq”. M.Sc. Thesis, Salahaddin University-Erbil, Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan region (Supervision, Thesis completed 2015).

4. Deshni Ali Kamal, 2014. “Urbanization Expansion and Land Cover Change Monitoring Using Geoinformatics for Erbil-Shaqlawa Areas, the Iraqi Kurdistan Region.” M.Sc. Thesis, Salahaddin

University-Erbil, Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan Region (Supervision. Thesis completed, June 2014).

4. Hawar Abdulrazzaq Sadiq Razvanchy. 2014. “Modelling some of the soil properties in the Iraqi Kurdistan region using Landsat datasets and the Spectroradiometer” M.Sc. Thesis, Salahaddin University-Erbil, Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan region (Supervision, Thesis completed 2014).

5. Kwestan O. Abdulkareem. 2015. “Calcalcerous soils Identification using Geoinformatics in Sulaimani Governorate, the Kurdistan Region of Iraq”. M.Sc. Thesis, Sulaimani University, Sulaimani, Iraqi Kurdistan region (Supervision, Thesis completed 2015).

6. Kurdistan M. Hussein. M.Sc., 2012. “Agricultural Lands Monitoring Using Remote Sensing and GIS for Three Districts in the Iraqi Kurdistan Region”. M.Sc. Thesis, Salahaddin University-Erbil, Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan region (Supervision, Thesis completed 2012).

7. Sarchil H. Qader. 2010. “Drought Monitoring Using Geomatics for Sulaimani Governorate, Iraqi Kurdistan Region”. M.Sc. Thesis, Sulaimani University, Sulaimaniyah, Iraqi Kurdistan region (Supervision, Thesis completed 2010).

8. Fuad M. Ahmed. 2009. “Land Cover Change Detection in Erbil Governorate Using Remote Sensing and GIS Techniques.” M.Sc., Salahaddin University-Erbil, Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan region (Supervision, Thesis completed 2009).

9. Arsalan S. Ibraheem. 2011. “Land Use Planning Using Remote Sensing and GIS Techniques for Rania, Iraqi Kurdistan Region”. High Diploma Thesis, Duhok University, Duhok, Iraqi Kurdistan region (Supervision, Thesis completed 2011).

10. Aveen O. Bazaz. 2009. “Vegetation Cover Density Classification Using Remote Sensing and GIS Techniques”. Higher Diploma, Salahaddin University-Erbil, Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan region (Supervision, Thesis completed 2009).

Journals

1. Gaznayee, A.; Al-Quraishi, A.M.F.; Mahdi, K.; Ritsema, C. 2022. A Geospatial Approach for Analysis of Drought Impacts on Vegetation Cover and Land Surface Temperature in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. Accepted in Water, MDPI.

2. Huebner, L.; Al-Quraishi, A.M.F.; Branch, O.; Gaznayee, H.A.A 2022. Sahel Afforestation and Simulated Risks of Heatwaves and Flooding Versus Ecological Revegetation that Combines Planting and Succession. Geosciences and Environment Protection (GEP), 10(02):94-108. DOI: https:// doi.org/10.4236/gep.2022.102007

3. Huebner, L., Al-Quraishi, A.M.F., Branch, O., & Gaznayee, H.A.A. (2022). Sustainable Renaturation in Desertification Control: Expediting Natural Succession of Large-Scale Vegetation in Drylands. In: Walker, T., Wendt, S., Goubran, S., & Schwartz, T. (eds.) Business and Policy Trajectories to Climate Change

Adaptation, Palgrave-Macmillan. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-86803-1_5

4. Huebner, L.; Al-Quraishi, A.M.F.; Branch, O.; Gaznayee, H.A.A. 2022. New approaches: Use of assisted natural succession in revegetation of inhabited arid drylands as alternative to large-scale afforestation. SN Applied Sciences, 4:80. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s42452-022-04951-y

5. Gaznayee, H.A.A.; Al-Quraishi, A.M.F.; Al-Sulttani, A.H.A. 2021. Drought Spatiotemporal Characteristics Based on a Vegetation Condition Index in Erbil, Kurdistan Region, Iraq. Iraqi J. of Science. 62, 11: 4545-4556. DOI: https://doi.org/10.24996/ijs.2021.62.11(SI).34

6. Khwarahm, N; Ararat, K; Qader, S; Al-Quraishi, A.M.F. 2021. Modelling Habitat Suitability for the Breeding Egyptian Vulture (Neophron percnopterus) in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. Iranian Journal of Science and Technology. Transaction A, Science, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s40995-021-01150-z

7. Al-Quraishi, A.M.F.; Gaznayee, H.A.A.; Crespi, M. 2021. Drought trend analysis in a semi-arid area of Iraq based on Normalized Difference Vegetation Index, Normalized Difference Water Index, and Standardized Precipitation Index. Journal of Arid Land, 13(4):413-430. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s40333-021-0062-9

8. Alqasemi, A. S.; Ibrahim, M.; Al-Quraishi, A.M.F. 2021. Detection and modeling of soil salinity variations in arid lands using remote sensing data. Open Geosciences, 13(1): 443-453. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/geo-2020-0244

9. Alqasemi, A. S.; Hereher, M.E.; Kaplan, G.; Al-Quraishi, A.M.F.; Saibi, H. 2021. Impact of COVID-19 lockdown upon the air quality and surface urban heat island intensity over the United Arab Emirates. Science of The Total Environment, Volume 767, 144330. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.144330.

10. Alqasemi, A; Hereher, M.; Al-Quraishi, A.M. F.; Saibi, H; Aldahan, A.; Abuelgasim, A. 2020. Retrieval of monthly maximum and minimum air temperature using MODIS Aqua land surface temperature data over the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Geocarto International. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/10106049.2020.1837261

11. Al-Quraishi, A.M.F.; Razvanchy, H.A.; Gaznayee, H.A.A. 2020. A Comparative Study for Performance of Five Landsat-based Vegetation Indices: Their Relations to Some Ecological and Terrain Variables. J. of Geoinformatics and Environmental Science, 1(1): 20-37. DOI: https://doi.org/10.38094/jgier119

12. Khwarahm, N.R., Qader, S., Ararat, K, Al-Quraishi, A.M.F.. 2020. Predicting and mapping land cover/land use changes in Erbil /Iraq using CA-Markov synergy model. Earth Science Informatics. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12145-020-00541-x

13. Divya, Y., Gopinathan, P., Jayachandran, K., Al-Quraishi, A.M.F. 2020. Color slices analysis of land use changes due to urbanization in a city environment of Miami Area, South Florida, USA. Modeling Earth Systems and Environment. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40808-020-00883-x

14. Othman, A.; Al- Maamar, A.; Al-Manmi, D.; Obaid, A.; Liesenberg, V.; Hasan, S.; Al-Quraishi, A.M.F. 2020. GIS-based modeling for selection of dam sites in the Kurdistan Region, Iraq. ISPRS-Int. J. of Geo-Information. MDPI. 2020, 9 (4), 244. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijgi9040244

15. Gaznayee, H.A.A., and Al-Quraishi, A.M.F. 2020. Identifying Drought Status in Duhok Governorate (Iraqi Kurdistan Region) from 1998 through 2012 using Landsat Time Series Dataset. Journal of Applied Science and Technology Trends, 1(1), 17-23. https://doi.org/10.38094/jastt1112

16. Gopinathan, P.; Parthiban, S.; Magendran, T.; Al-Quraishi, A.M.F.; Singh, A.K.; Singh, P.K. 2020. Mapping of ferric (Fe3+) and ferrous (Fe2+) iron oxides distribution using band ratio techniques with ASTER data and geochemistry of Kanjamalai and Godumalai, Tamil Nadu, South India. Remote Sensing Applications: Society and Environment. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rsase.2020.100306

17. Othman, A.; Al- Maamar, A.; Al-Manmi, D.; Obaid, A.; Liesenberg, V.; Hasan, S.; Al-Quraishi, A.M.F. 2020. GIS-based modeling for selection of dam sites in the Kurdistan Region, Iraq. EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, May 2020. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5194/egusphere-egu2020-2057

18. Kumar, M.; Al-Quraishi, A.M.F.; Mondal, I. 2019. Glacier Changes Monitoring in Bhutan High Himalaya Using Satellite Remote Sensing. The paper accepted for publication in the Journal of Environmental Engineering Research (EER). DOI: https://doi.org/10.4491/eer.2019.255

19. Gaznayee, H.A.A.; Al-Quraishi, A.M.F. 2019. Analysis of Agricultural Drought, Rainfall, and Crop Yield Relationships in Erbil Province, the Kurdistan Region of Iraq based on Landsat Time-Series MSAVI2. Journal of Advanced Research in Dynamical and Control Systems JARDCS, Vol 11,12 Special Issue: 536-545, DOI: https://doi.org/10.5373/JARDCS/V11SP12/20193249

20. Meshram, S.; Al-Quraishi, A.M.F. 2019. Application of SAW and TOPSIS in Prioritizing Watershed. Water Resources Management Journal, Springer. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11269-019-02470-x

21. Gaznayee, H.A.A.; Al-Quraishi, A.M.F. 2019. Analysis of Agricultural Drought’s Severity and Impacts in Erbil Province, the Iraqi Kurdistan Region based on Time Series NDVI and TCI Indices for 1998 through 2017. Journal of Advanced Research in Dynamical and Control Systems JARDCS, Vol 11,11: 287-297, DOI: https://doi.org/10.5373/JARDCS/V11I11/20193198

22. Al-Quraishi, A.M.F.; Gaznayee, H.A.A.; Crespi, M. 2020. Drought Trend Analysis in Sulaimaniyah, the Iraqi Kurdistan Region using Remote Sensing and GIS for a Period of 1998-2017. Accepted for oral presentation in the WRAA2020, Sultan Qaboos University, Muscat, 16-19 March 2020, Oman.

23. Al-Quraishi, A.M.F. and Negm, A. M. 2019. Environmental Remote Sensing and GIS in Iraq, Springer-Water, Springer, Cham, ISBN: 978-3-030- 21344-2, 2019.

24. Almamalachy, Y.S.; Al-Quraishi, A.M.F.; Moradkhani, H. 2019. Agricultural Drought Monitoring Over Iraq Utilizing MODIS Products. In: Al-Quraishi, A. M. F. & Negm, A. M. (eds). Environmental Remote Sensing and GIS in Iraq. Springer-Water, Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-21344-2_11. 2019.

25. Al-Quraishi, A.M.F.; Qader, S.H.; Wu, W. 2019. Drought Monitoring Using Spectral and Meteorological Based Indices Combination: A Case Study in Sulaimaniyah, Kurdistan Region of Iraq, in: Al-Quraishi, A. M. F. & Negm, A. M. (eds). Environmental Remote Sensing and GIS in Iraq. Springer-Water, Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-21344-2_15

26. Musatafa, B.M.; Al-Quraishi, A.M.F.; Gholizadeh, A.; Saberioon, M. 2019. Proximal Soil Sensing for Soil Monitoring. 2019. In: Ayad M. Fadhil Al-Quraishi and Abdelazim M Negm (Eds), Environmental Remote Sensing and GIS in Iraq, Springer-Water, Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-21344-2_5

27. Wu, W.; Muhaimeed, A.; Al-Shafie, W.; Al-Quraishi, A.M.F. 2019. Using Radar and Optical Data for Soil Salinity Modeling and Mapping in Central Iraq. 2019. In: Al-Quraishi, A.M.F. and Negm, A.M. (Eds), Environmental Remote Sensing and GIS in Iraq, Springer-Water, Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-21344-2_2

28. Al-Quraishi, A.M.F.; Sadiq, H.A.; Messina, J.P. 2019. Characterization and Modeling Surface Soil Physicochemical Properties

Using Landsat Images: A Case Study in the Iraqi Kurdistan Region. MRSS19 Conference. Munich Technical University & ISPRS, Munich, 18-20 Sep. 2019, Germany. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5194/isprs-archives-XLII-2-W16-21-2019

29. Gaznayee, H.A.A.; Al-Quraishi, A.M.F.; Wu, W. 2019. Spatiotemporal Characteristics of Drought in the Iraqi Kurdistan Region using Landsat Time-Series Images based on VHI and VCI Indices of 1998-2017. Orally presented in the ICGITA2019 Conference, East China University of Technology, 11-13 Oct 2019, Nanchang, Jiangxi, China.

30. Wu, W.; Muhaimeed, A.S.; Al-Shafie, W.M.; Al-Quraishi, A.M.F. 2019. Using L-band Radar Data for Soil Salinity Mapping- A Case Study in Central Iraq. Env. Res. Comm, IOP. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1088/2515-7620/ab37f0

31. Attafi, R.; Boloorani, A.D.; Al-Quraishi, A.M.F.; Amiraslani, F. 2019. Spatio-Temporal Assessment of Drought Impacts on the Agricultural Activities in Basrah Governorate, Iraq Using Remote Sensing Technique. Journal of Advanced Research in Dynamical and Control Systems JARDCS, 11 (7 Special Issue): 174-184.

32. Khudair, D.A.; Al-Quraishi, A.M.F.; Hasan, A.A. 2019. Spatiotemporal Monitoring and Modeling of Urban Sprawl Using Remote Sensing and GIS: A Case Study Al-Karkh, Baghdad, Iraq. J. of Adv. Res. in Dynamical and Control Systems, 11(6 Special issue): 1691-1698.

33. Boloorani, A.D.; Masoud, S.; Papi, R.; Alavipanah, S.K.; Al-Quraishi, A.M.F. 2019. Zoning Areas Susceptible to Land Subsidence in Tigris and Euphrates Basins. Engineering and Technology Journal, University of Technology, 37(7 A), 265-272.

34. Wu, W.; Zucca, C.; Muhaimeed, A.; Al-Shafie, W.M.; Al-Quraishi, A.M.F.; Nangia, V.; Zhu, M.; Liu, G. 2018. Soil Salinity Prediction and Mapping by Machine Learning Regression in Central Mesopotamia, Iraq. Land Degradation and Development, Wiley, Vol 29 (11): 4005-4014. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/ldr.3148

35. Al-Quraishi, A.M.F.; Sadiq, H.A.; Messina, J.P. 2018. Surface Soil Properties Predicting and Mapping using Landsat Images: A Case Study in the Iraqi Kurdistan Region. The 38th Annual EARSeL Symposium Earth Observation Supporting Sustainability Research, 9 - 12 July 2018 Chania, Crete, Greece.

36. Wu, W.; Zucca, C.; Muhaimeed, A.; Al-Shafie, W.M.; Al-Quraishi, A.M.F. 2018. Application of ALOS L-band radar data in soil salinity modeling and mapping in Central Iraq. The Int. Workshop on Climate Change and Soil Salinity Dynamics: Threats and Challenges. Manama, Bahrain, April 2018.

37. Al-Quraishi, A.M.F.; Qader, S.H.; Wu, W. 2018. Spectral and Meteorological based Indices for Drought Monitoring: A Case Study in Sulaimaniyah, the Iraqi Kurdistan Region. The United Nations/Pakistan/PSIPW 4th Int. Conference on Space Technology for Water Management, Islamabad, Pakistan 26 Feb - 2 March 2018.

38. Zhang, Z.; Kang, H.; Yao, Y.; Fadhil, A.M.; Zhang, Y.; Jia, K. 2017. Spatial and decadal variations in satellite-based terrestrial evapotranspiration and drought over Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region of China during 1982-2009. Journal of Earth System Science, Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/s1204

39. Sulaiman, A.A.; Hamad, A.I.; Fadhil, A.M. 2013. Soil salinity monitoring using remote sensing and GIS techniques. The third scientific conference of the College of Agriculture, University of Kufa, Iraq, 24-25 April 2013.

40. Yao, Y.; Qin, Q.; Fadhil, A.M.; Zhao, S.; Liu, S. 2011. Evaluation of EDI Derived from the Exponential Evapotranspiration Model for Monitoring China’s Surface Drought. J. of Environmental Earth Sciences, Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s12665-011-0972-5

41. Fadhil, A.M. 2011. Drought Mapping Using Geo-information Technology for Some Sites in the Iraqi Kurdistan Region. Int. J. of Digital Earth, Vol 4(3): 239-257. https://doi.org/ 10.1080/17538947.2010.489971

42. Fadhil, A.M. 2009. Land Degradation Detection Using Geo-Information Technology for Some Sites in Iraq. Journal of Al-Nahrain University-Science, JNUS, Baghdad, Iraq, Vol.12 (3): 94-108.

43. Fadhil, A.M. 2006. Environmental Change Monitoring by Geoinformation Technology for Baghdad and its Neighboring Areas. Proceeding of International Scientific Conference of Map Asia 2006: The 5th Asian Conference in GIS, GPS, Aerial Photography, and Remote Sensing. Bangkok, Thailand, 28 Aug. - 1 Sep., 2006. URL: http://www.gisdevelopment.net/application/environment/conservation/ma06-103.htm

44. Fadhil, A.M.; Hu, G.D.; Chen, J.G. 2004. Land Degradation Detection, Mapping, and Monitoring in the Northwestern part of Hebei Province, China, Using RS and GIS Technologies. Proceeding of Map Asia 2004: The 3rd Asian Conference in GIS, GPS, Aerial Photography and

Remote Sensing. Beijing, China, August 26-29, 2004. URL: http://www.gisdevelopment.net/application/environment/conservation/ma04153.htm

45. Fadhil, A.M. 2004. Assessing and Monitoring the Desertification in the Northern Part of Shaanxi Province, China, Using Geoinformation Technology. Paper presented at the International CEOS Workshop on Rapid Response Information Systems, CD-ROM, May 5-7, 2004, Wuhan, China.

46. Fadhil, A.M. 2004. Design a Dynamic Monitoring System of Land Degradation with Geoinformation Technology for Northern Part of Shaanxi Province, China. Journal of Applied Sciences, 4(4):669-674.

47. Fadhil, A.M. 2004. Assessment of Soil Erosion Risk with RUSLE and Geoinformation Technology in the Northern Part of Shaanxi Province, China. J. China Univ. of Geosciences, vol (15) suppl. P: 31-39.

48. Fadhil, A.M. 2003. Soil Erosion Risk Prediction with RS and GIS for the Northwestern Part of Hebei Province, China. Pakistan Journal of Applied Sciences, 3(10): 659-669.

49. Fadhil, A.M. 2003. Evaluation of Sand Dunes Stabilization in Baiji Area, Iraq. Journal China Univ. of Geosciences, 14(1): 59-64.

50. Fadhil, A.M. 2002. Sand Dunes Fixation in Baiji District, Iraq. Journal of China Univ. of Geosciences, 13(1): 67-72.

51. Jassim, A.A.; Fadhil, A.M. 1997. The Side Effect of Some Machines and Equipment on Some Soil Characteristics and Plant Growth. Tech. Res. J., Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Researches, Baghdad, Iraq.

52. Abed, F.M.; Fadhil, A.M. 1996. Influence of Sodium Silicate on Some Soil Stability Parameters against Wind Erosion. Tech. Res. J., Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Researches, Baghdad, Iraq.

53. Fadhil, A.M. 1996. Estimating the Potential Wind Erosion of Soil by Computer Programming. Tech. Res. J., 30:119-129.

54. Fadhil, A.M.; Abed, F.M. 1995. Computer Programming for Estimating the Water Erodibility of Soil Using Some its Proprieties. Tech. Res. J., 27:115-125.

55. Fadhil, A.M.; Abed, F.M. 1993. Computer Programming for Estimating the Wind Erodibility of Soil by Some its Proprieties. Tech. Res. J., 20: 63-69.

56. Fadhil, A.M.; Abdullah, H.J. 1992. Effect of Ecosystem on Wind Erosion as a Major Cause of Desertification. Proceeding of 3rd Conf. of Technical Researches, Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Researches, Baghdad, Iraq.

57. Fadhil, A.M.; Saleh, A. 1992. Effect of Methods of Sand Dunes Stabilization on some Parameters of Wind Erosion in Baiji Area, Iraq. Iraqi J. Agric. Sci., 23: 105-114.

58. Fadhil, A.M.; Abdullah, H.J. 1992. Influence of Prevailing Natural Conditions on Devastation of Soil by Erosion. Tech. Res. J., Iraq.

59. Fadhil, A.M.; Jassim, A.A. 1989. The Effect of Tillage on Soil Water and Corn Emergence. Tech. Res. J., Iraq. 60. Fadhil, A.M.; Saleh, A. 1988. The Effect of Conditioners on Sand Dunes Fixation in Baiji Area, Iraq. Proceeding of Geology of Desert Environment International Seminar. Baghdad, Iraq, pp: 78-94.

Proceedings

1. Al-Quraishi, A.M.F.; Gaznayee, H.A.A.; Messina, J.P. 2021. Drought severity trend analysis based on the Landsat time-series dataset of 1998-2017 in the Iraqi Kurdistan Region. IOP Conference Series Earth and Environmental Science 779(1). DOI: https://10.1088/1755-1315/779/1/012083 2. Fadhil, A. M. 2013. Sand Dunes Monitoring Using Remote Sensing and GIS Techniques for Some Sites in Iraq. Proc. SPIE 8762, PIAGENG 2013: Intelligent Information, Control, and Communication Technology for Agricultural Engineering, 876206 (March 19, 2013); DOI: https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2019735

2021-2022

1. Remote Sensing I

2. Remote Sensing II

3. GIS

4. Digital Image Processing

5. Research Methods

6. Research Project

2020-2021

 

2019-2020

 

2018-2019