Prof Mamoun Gharaibeh | Soil Science | Best Researcher Award

Chairman at Jordan University of Science & Technology, Jordan

Dr. Mamoun Gharaibeh is a distinguished Professor of Soil, Water & Environmental Science, specializing in Land and Water management. Born on February 14, 1969, he has a robust academic background, earning his BSc in Soil & Irrigation from the University of Baghdad in 1991, followed by an MS and a PhD in Soil, Water & Environmental Science from the University of Arizona, USA, in 1996 and 2000, respectively.

 

Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓

🎓 Education:

PhD in Soil, Water & Environmental Science, University of Arizona, USA (2000). MS in Soil, Water & Environmental Science, University of Arizona, USA (1996). BSc in Soil & Irrigation, University of Baghdad, Iraq (1991)

🏢 Employment:

Chairman, Department of Natural Resources & Environment, Faculty of Agriculture, Jordan University of Science & Technology (2021-current). Chairman, Department of Natural Resources & Environment, Faculty of Agriculture, Jordan University of Science & Technology (2013-2018). Assistant Dean of Scientific Research, Jordan University of Science & Technology (2007-2008). Faculty Member, Jordan University of Science & Technology (2000-current)

🌐 Research Experience:

Faculty member, Department of Natural Resources & Environment, Faculty of Agriculture, Jordan University of Science & Technology (2000-current). Visiting Scientist, Department of Soil Science/Soil Ecology, Institute of Geography, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany (2018, 2012). Visiting Researcher, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ), Leipzig, Germany (2002). Researcher, Sonora Environmental Research Institute (SERI), Tucson, Arizona, USA (1999-2000)

 

Research Focus 🌱🔬:

🌱 Dr. Mamoun A. Gharaibeh’s Research Focus 🌍 Dr. Mamoun A. Gharaibeh is a distinguished researcher specializing in the interdisciplinary field of soil, water, and environmental science. His extensive work encompasses diverse areas such as: 🏞️ Soil Erosion in Iraq: Investigating the causes and presenting case studies to address the soil erosion catastrophe in Iraq. 🌿 Olive Mill Wastewater: Characterizing olive mill wastewater in different climatic zones in the North of Jordan. 💧 Hydraulic Conductivity Prediction: Using artificial neural networks to optimize predictions of saturated hydraulic conductivity in arid and semi-arid regions. 🔄 Irrigation Impact Assessment: Assessing the effects of irrigation with treated wastewater on soil properties and infiltration models’ performance. 🌾 Agricultural Practices: Studying the impact of hydrogel on corn growth, water use efficiency, and soil properties in semi-arid regions. 🌱 Biochar Utilization: Exploring the potential use of biochar as an amendment to improve soil fertility and crop growth under arid conditions. 🔥 Bioenergy Production: Investigating the effect of pyrolysis temperature and biomass particle size on the heating value of biocoal. 🔄 Biochar Modification: Modifying biochar from olive oil processing waste to enhance phenol removal from synthetic and olive mill wastewater. 🌐 Soil Salinity Estimation: Developing methods to estimate exchangeable sodium percentage and saturated paste electrical conductivity in salt-affected soils. Dr. Gharaibeh’s research contributions showcase a commitment to sustainable agriculture, water resource management, and environmental conservation.

Citations:

Dr. Mamoun A. Gharaibeh’s scholarly impact, as reflected in citation metrics:

📚 Citations:

  • Total Citations: 1,145
  • Citations Since 2019: 772

📊 h-index:

  • h-index: 19 (reflecting 19 publications with at least 19 citations each)
  • h-index Since 2019: 15

🔍 i10-index:

  • i10-index: 29 (indicating the number of publications with at least 10 citations)
  • i10-index Since 2019: 27

These metrics underscore the substantial influence of Dr. Gharaibeh’s work in the academic community, with a noteworthy number of citations and a consistent impact over recent years.

 

Publications Top Notes:

 

Mamoun Gharaibeh | Soil Science | Best Researcher Award

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