Doctoral student, third-party funds
Biodiversity, Evolution, and Ecology
Key aspects of activity
- Biodiversiy of Drylands
- Sustainable Resourcemanagement
- Soil-Vegetation Relationships
- Wadi Vegetation
- Rangeland Ecology
|Dissertation Topic||Ecological studies of some Wadis in Gebel Elba, Egypt|
|Since 04/2016||Guest Ph. D. student at the Biocentre Klein Flottbek and Botanical Garden, University of Hamburg, Germany|
|Since 04/2013||Ph. D. Student at Botany Department, Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University|
|Since 04/2012||Assistant Researcher at Ecology and Range Management Department, Desert Research Center|
|2005 - 2010||M. Sc. in plant Ecology, Botany Department, Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University, Egypt. Title of Thesis: Habitat and species diversity in some Wadis in Sinai Peninsula|
|2001- 2004||Studies of Biology at the Faculty of Science, Helwan University, Egypt. "B. Sc. in Botany "|
Abutaha, M.M., El-Khouly, A.A., Jürgens, N. and Oldeland, J. Predictive mapping of plant diversity in an arid mountain environment (Gebel Elba, Egypt). Applied Vegetation Science, n/a, e12582. https://doi.org/10.1111/avsc.12582
Abutaha M, Elkhouly A, Jürgens N, Oldeland J (2020) Plant communities and their environmental drivers on an arid mountain, Gebel Elba, Egypt. Vegetation Classification and Survey 1: 21–36. https://doi.org/10.3897/VCS/2020/38644
Abutaha, M., El-Kholy, A.A., Jürgens, N., Morsy, A., Oldeland, J. (2019) Elevation‐richness pattern of vascular plants in wadis of the arid mountain Gebel Elba, Egypt. African Journal of Ecology. https://doi.org/10.1111/aje.12593
Morsy, A. A., Hassanein, A. A., Keilani, S. S. and Abu-Taha, M. M. (2013): Adaptive Responses of some Xerophytes from some Wadis in Sinai Peninsula. Egyptian Journal of Botany 2013: 1-19.
Morsy, A. A., Hassanein, A. A., Keilani, S. S. and Abu-Taha, M. M. (2010): A Comparative Study on the Vegetation of two Wadis, Sinai Peninsula. Taeckholmia 30: 29-57.
Abu-Taha, M. M. (2010): Habitat and species diversity in some Wadis in Sinai Peninsula. 147 pp. MSc. Thesis. 1: 147pp. Botany Department, Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt.