Research

(2019). Modelling habitat suitability of whales in the Southern Ocean. World Marine Mammals Conference (WMMC), Barcelona, Spain. December 9-12, 2019.

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(2019). Fin whale (Balaenoptera physalus) distribution modelling in the Nordic Seas & adjacent waters. World Marine Mammals Conference (WMMC), Barcelona, Spain. December 9-12, 2019.

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(2018). Wrong, but useful: regional species distribution models may not be improved by range-wide data under biased sampling. Ecology and Evolution (2018)  —  8(4): 2196–2206.

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(2018). Reliability of species distribution modelling for wildlife conservation in developing countries. Dr. rer. nat. thesis, University of Freiburg, Germany.

Project

(2016). The Desert Beauty Calopieris eulimene: a butterfly new to Egypt (Insecta: Lepidoptera). Zoology in the Middle East (2016)  —  62(3): 279-281.

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(2016). Conserving Egypt's reptiles under climate change. Journal of Arid Environments (2016)  —  127: 211-221.

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(2012). Distribution of the Egyptian reptiles under current and future climates. MRes thesis, the University of Nottingham, UK.

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(2010). Testing the accuracy of species distribution models using species records from a new field survey. Oikos (2010)  —  119(8): 1326–1334.

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(2010). Mammals of Egypt: atlas, Red Data listing and conservation. BioMAP & CultNat, EEAA & Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Cairo.   —   ISBN: 978-977-452-082-2.

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(2009). Effect of characteristics of butterfly species on the accuracy of distribution models in an arid environment. Biodiversity & Conservation (2009)  —  18: 3629-41.

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(2009). Climate-based models of spatial patterns of species richness in Egypt’s butterfly and mammal fauna. Journal of Biogeography (2009)  —  119(8): 36: 2085-2095.

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(2009). Biodiversity economics: the value of pollination services to Egypt. Egyptian Journal of Biology (2009)  —  11, 45-51.

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(2008). Butterflies of Egypt: atlas, Red Data listing and conservation. Publications of BioMAP project, EEAA.

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