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Dina Hamdy Darwish
Dina Hamdy Darwish
Researcher in marine pollution lab at NIOF
Verified email at niof.sci.eg
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Mapping water quality of Burullus Lagoon using remote sensing and geographic information system
M Hereher, M Salem, D Darwish
Journal of American science 7 (1), 138-143, 2010
492010
Impact assessment of some heavy metals on tilapia fish, Oreochromis niloticus, in Burullus Lake, Egypt
OA El-Batrawy, MI El-Gammal, LI Mohamadein, DH Darwish, ...
The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 79, 1-12, 2018
472018
Prevalence and risk assessment of microplastics in the Nile Delta estuaries:“The Plastic Nile” revisited
S Shabaka, MN Moawad, MIA Ibrahim, AAM El-Sayed, MM Ghobashy, ...
Science of The Total Environment 852, 158446, 2022
262022
Land use Land cover of the Burullus Lake shoreline (Egypt) and health risk assessment of metal-contaminated sediments
MA El-Alfy, DH Darwish, YA El-Amier
Human and Ecological Risk Assessment: An International Journal 27 (4), 898-920, 2021
262021
Spatial distribution and contamination assessment of heavy metals in surface sediments of Lake Burullus, Egypt
MEAEMDHDMA Dar
Arabian Journal of Geosciences 14 (19), 1-13, 2021
172021
Distribution and ecological risk assessment of heavy metals in core sediments of Burullus lake, Egypt
Y A El-Amier, M A El-Alfy, D H Darwish, A I Basiony, L I Mohamedien, ...
Egyptian Journal of Aquatic Biology and Fisheries 25 (1), 1041-1059, 2021
132021
Evaluation of heavy metals pollution using sediments in Burullus Lake and the nearby Mediterranean Sea, Egypt
DH Darwish, MI El-Gammal, LI Mohamadein, OA El-Batrawy, ...
International Journal of Environment and water 7 (2), 16-34, 2018
112018
Mapping heavy metals contamination and eco-risk along Mediterranean Sea coast, Egypt
DH Darwish, AI Basiony, MA El-Alfy
Geocarto International 37 (25), 8645-8671, 2022
72022
GIS-based study on the environmental sensitivity to pollution and susceptibility to eutrophication in Burullus Lake, Egypt
MA El-Alfy, DH Darwish, AI Basiony, AA Elnaggar
Marine Geodesy 44 (6), 554-572, 2021
72021
Influence of land cover indices and surface temperature on the metals bioaccumulation by three Macrophytes in Lake Burullus, Egypt
MA El-Alfy, MS Serag, AI Basiony, M Fathi, DH Darwish
Journal of Coastal Conservation 27 (1), 5, 2023
52023
Tracking environmental changes in Manzala lake integrating landsat data based on interpolation nonlinear models
MA Hafiz, H Abd El-Hamid, D Darwish, A Basiony, M Abou Hadied, ...
Int J Ocean Aqua 3 (4), 000176, 2019
52019
Modeling and mapping trophic factors at deltaic Mediterranean Sea coast in Egypt using satellite imageries and statistical analyses
DH Darwish, AI Basiony, MA El-Alfy
Arabian Journal of Geosciences 14, 1-14, 2021
42021
Ecological Risk Assessment of Heavy Metals in Water, Sediment and Macrophytes of Two Drains in the Deltaic Mediterranean Coast of Egypt.
DH Darwish, MM Ameen, AM Salama, MS Beheary, MS Serag
Egyptian Journal of Aquatic Biology & Fisheries 27 (5), 2023
22023
Elucidation of the Phytoplankton Distribution at an Egyptian Ramsar Site (Burullus Lake, Egypt) using Alpha Diversity Indices Supported with RS and GIS Maps
AAM Radwan Et Al
Egyptian Journal of Aquatic Biology and Fisheries 26 (3), 595-612, 2022
12022
ESTIMATION OF ORGANOCHLORINE RESIDUES IN WATER AND TILAPIA FISH OF LAKE BURULLUS, EGYPT
OA El-Batrawy, MI El-Gammal, LI Mohamadein, DH Darwish, ...
Egyptian Journal of Zoology 68 (68), 301-320, 2017
12017
Water Quality and Bacteriological Assessment of Two Drains; in the Deltaic Mediterranean Coast of Egypt.
MM Ameen, DH Darwish, AM Salama, MS Serag, MS Beheary
Egyptian Journal of Aquatic Biology & Fisheries 27 (6), 2023
2023
Phytoplankton Species in Linkage to Water Quality and Landsat Data Indices at the Southern Part of Burullus Lake, Egypt
AM Radwan, MA Abdelmoneim, AI Basiony, DH Darwish, MA El-Alfy
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MM Ameen, DH Darwish, AM Salama, MS Serag, MS Beheary
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MI El-Gammal, BM Omar, HM Al-Bialy, DH Darwish
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