Mohammed Alsebai

Mohammed Alsebai is a PhD student at the UGent marine biology department. The main topics he focus on during his researchs are marine benthic ecology, climate change and the anthropogenic impacts. During his international master at Ghent University and University of Paris 6 he has got a good experience in the macrobenthic taxonomy. Now, Alsebai has a 4-years experience in benthic fauna identification in the BPNS. Furthermore he had a long experience in communicating scientific results and management plans (10 years experience at the Egyptian Environmental Affairs Agency, EEAA) .

2016

Alsebai, A.M.; Al-Assiuty; Abada, A.A.; Khalil, K.A.M. (2016). The different response of the macrobenthic community to different anthropogenic activities on a new limnological ecosystem in Wadi Al Rayan Lower Lake, Western desert of Egypt, in: Mees, J. et al. (Ed.) Book of abstracts – VLIZ Marine Scientist Day. Brugge, Belgium, 12 February 2016. VLIZ Special Publication, 75: pp. 15

2015

Alsebai, M.; Colson, L.; Vincx, M.; Vanaverbeke, J. (2015). The effect of the installation of offshore wind farms on soft-sediment macrofauna: a 5-year study from the Thornton Bank (Belgian part of the North Sea), in: Mees, J. et al. (Ed.) Book of abstracts – VLIZ Young Scientists’ Day. Brugge, Belgium, 20 February 2015. VLIZ Special Publication, 71: pp. 16

Alsebai, M.; Al-Assiuty, I.A.-N.; Ahmed, A.A.; Mohamed, K.A. (2016). The different response of the macrobenthic community to different anthropogenic activities on a new limnological ecosystem in Wadi Al Rayan Lower Lake, Western desert of Egypt. Poster at the VLIZ Marine Scientist Day 12 February 2016. UGent: Gent. 1 poster pp.

Alsebai, M.; Colson, L.; Vincx, M.; Vanaverbeke, J. (2015). The effect of the installation of offshore wind farms on soft-sediment macrofauna: a 5-year study from the Thornton Bank. Poster at the VLIZ Young Scientist's Day 20 February 2015. Marine Biology, Ghent University: Gent. 1 poster pp.