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Zins, J. E., and A. M. Hashem, "Chemical Peels Discussion", The Unfavorable Result in Plastic Surgery, New York, Thieme, 2018.
Zayed, A. A., "Child Abuse", Forensic Medicine A Guide to Principles, 2011.
Zaid, S., O. Mahgoub, A. Mahfouz, and E. Abu-Elzahab, "Complete Analysis and Simulation of The Current Source Resonant Inverter", Fourth Middle East Power Systems Conference, MEPCON-96, pp. 362-366, 1996. Abstract
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Nassrallah, A., M. R. ´ e, C. Bourbousse, S. Drevensek, S. Fonseca, E. Iniesto, O. Ait-Mohamed, A. - F. Deton-Cabanillas, G. Zabulon, I. Ahmed, et al., DET1-mediated degradation of a SAGA-like deubiquitination module controls H2Bub homeostasis, : elife, 2018. elife-37892.pdf
Conlogue, G., S. Saleem, and P. Zádori, "Development of Study Strategies -Section 5: Interpretation Strategies . ", Advances in Paleoimaging. Applications for paleoanthropology, Bioarchaeology, Forensics, and cultural artefacts, Boca Raton, CRC, 2020.
Zeng, H., B. Wu, A. Elnashar, and Z. Fu, "Dryland Dynamics in the Mediterranean Region", Dryland Social-Ecological Systems in Changing Environments: Springer, 2024. Abstract

Mediterranean drylands are rich in biodiversity and play an important role in global ecosystem sustainable management. This study summarizes the characteristics, dynamic change, and change drivers of Mediterranean drylands. The drylands showed strong spatial heterogeneity, hyperarid and arid regions were dominant in North Africa and West Asia, and semiarid and dry subhumid regions were widely distributed in European countries. Mediterranean dryland is experiencing a warming trend that would become stronger under representative concentration pathways (RCP) 4.5 and 8.5, which would increase the risk of land degradation and desertification. Arid North Africa and West Asia faced rapid population growth that put considerable pressure on food supply and water consumption. The conflicts among land, water, food, and the ecosystem intensified under the warming trend. The significant expansion of cropland and urbanization was widely observed in arid areas, such as Egypt, while the rotation of land reclamation, degradation, abandonment, and reclamation was observed in arid areas and caused large-scale cross-border migration. The Mediterranean region had low food self-sufficiency due to a booming population, and the crop structure of cash crops was dominant. The expansion of cropland also significantly increased the water consumption in the arid area of the Mediterranean region, and water consumption increased by 684.54 × 106 m3 from 2000 to 2020 in Egypt. More robust models and fine spatial resolution data should be developed for the sustainable development of Mediterranean drylands.

Ismail, T. H., E. S. Zidan , and E. A. Seleem, "The effect of adopting corporate social responsibility on tax avoidance practices through the compliance with corporate governance mechanisms", Ethical Finance and Corporate Social Responsibility: Emerald, 2023.
Morsy, A. M., D. Leshchinsky, and J. G. Zornberg, "Effect of Reinforcement Spacing on the Behavior of Geosynthetic-Reinforced Soil", Geotechnical Frontiers 2017, pp. 112–125, 2017. Abstract
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, "Egyptian Local Government Website Portals: Examining Maturity Levels and Human Development Indicators", The Handbook of Research on E-Government in Emerging Economies: Adoption, E-Participation, and Legal Frameworks, Hershey, PA: IGI Global, pp. 20–36, 2012. Abstract

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Myers, T. E., A. L. Richards, P. Daszak, S. P. Luby, J. H. Epstein, J. M. Hossain, E. S. Gurley, J. R. C. Pulliam, A. Zayed, M. S. Abdel-Dayem, et al., "Emerging and re-emerging diseases", Environmental Tracking for Public Health Surveillance, vol. 11: CRC Press, pp. 187, 2012. Abstract
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Zhou, Z., H. Yan, S. Ibrahim, J. - H. Cui, Z. Shi, and R. Ammar, "Enhancing underwater acoustic sensor networks using surface radios: Issues, challenges and solutions", Sensor Networks: Springer, pp. 283–307, 2009. Abstract
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Sherif, M., H. Zarrouk, and L. Galloway, "Entrepreneurial orientation in small firms: a qualitative exploration in the context of an emerging economy ", RESEARCH HANDBOOK ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN EMERGING ECONOMIES, Cheltenham, UK • Northampton, MA, USA, Edward Elgar, 2019.
Roodi, G. H., A. M. Morsy, and J. G. Zornberg, "Experimental Evaluation of the Interaction between Geosynthetic Reinforcements and Hot Mix Asphalt", Airfield and Highway Pavements 2017, pp. 428–439, 2017. Abstract
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Hartwig, K. T., P. Zolliker, D. Yu, S. W. Van Sciver, and A. Khalil, "Fabrication and performance of an aluminum-stabilized composite superconductor", Advances in Cryogenic Engineering Materials: Springer, pp. 805–813, 1982. Abstract
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Hartwig, K. T., P. Zolliker, D. Yu, S. W. Van Sciver, and A. Khalil, "Fabrication and performance of an aluminum-stabilized composite superconductor", Advances in Cryogenic Engineering Materials: Springer, Boston, MA, pp. 805-813, 1982. Abstract
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Hashem, A. M., R. A. Couto, C. Cakmacoglu, E. F. Duraes, and J. E. Zins, "Face and Neck Rejuvenation", Plastic Surgery: A Practical Guide to Operative Care: Thieme Medical Publishers, Inc., 2020.
Helmi, A. M., and O. Zohny, "Flash Flood Risk Assessment in Egypt", Flash Floods in Egypt, Cham, Springer International Publishing, pp. 253 - 312, 2020. Abstract

The subject of the flash flood risk assessment is an inclusive task that relies on the characteristics of the study area and the nature of previously recorded incidents. The Egyptian Nile Wadies (East Nile, and West Nile) are draining toward the highest population density and associated assets, while the Red Sea and Sinai wadies are draining toward high-density touristic compounds and scattered big cities and connecting roads. The existence of high urban densities and associated assets in the highest discharge locations (at wadies outfalls) without adequate consideration of wadi paths led to a considerable wadies encroachments and catastrophic recorded incidents. All recorded incidents are either due to unplanned urban and agricultural expansion, or insufficient flood mitigation measures, or lack of maintenance. Due to the freshwater stress in Egypt, the rainfall harvesting in the form of dams or artificial lakes should be considered as a top priority flood mitigation measure wherever applicable. The total capacity of all flood protection dams and artificial lakes all over Egypt is about 70 million m3 (MWRI 2016) that raises the potentiality for more similar measures to increase the rate of investment return from both flood mitigation and reduction in freshwater stress. The available data for this study were sufficient enough to calculate the catchments peak discharge and runoff volume. The 100 year return period was selected for the peak discharge calculations. Many thresholds have been tested for catchment delineation in order to obtain a reasonable number of catchments suitable for such a regional-scale study. The SRTM 90 × 90 DEM file was utilized as an input in the delineation procedure, with selected threshold was set to 50 km2. Due to the large variance of the catchments peak discharge and runoff volume, the box plot technique was employed to eliminate the ranking outlier values. The catchments were classified into five categories very high risk, high risk, moderate risk, low to moderate risk, and low risk. This categorization was done for the Peak Flow Standardized Risk Factor (PFSRF) and Runoff Volume Standardized Risk Factor (RVSRF) in order to prioritize the flood mitigation measures required for projects. The classification based on the runoff volume can guide the designer accounting for rain harvesting projects that would increase the rate of investment return from both flood mitigation and the reduction of freshwater stress. A two-dimensional HEC-RAS rainfall-runoff modeling is conducted for Ras Gharib city by using updated 30 × 30 DEM files to contain the manmade topographical modifications. The model was verified versus aerial photos for the 2016 incident. In order to assess the effectiveness of the newly constructed culvert (16 vents, 3 m × 3 m box culvert) with attached two dikes, another updated two-dimensional HEC-RAS rainfall-runoff model has been conducted and the results showed significant improvement in flood intensity values in Ras-Gharib city.

Zahran, M., A. Hanafi, O. Mahgoub, and M. Kamel, "FLC Based Photovoltaic Battery Diesel Hybrid System Management and Control” ", 35Th Intersociety Energy Conversion Engineering Conference & Exhibit (IECEC) , vol. 2, Las Vegas, Nevada, pp. 1502-1512, 2000. Abstract
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Zedan, H., "Forward to Africa genetic resources", Crop Genetic Resources of Africa, Volume I, 3. Attere, F., Zedan, H. and Ng. N.Q. (editors) , London, The Trinity Press, U.K., 1991.
Zedan, H., "From Kuala Lumpur to Montecatini to Brazil", Protected areas for achieving biodiversity targets”, Zedan H., K. J. Mulongoy, A. Nogueira, J. Fry, S. B.Gidda, P. Deda, D. Ainsworth, M. Régnier (Eds.), CBD News Special Edition, Montreal, CBD Seretariat, 2005.
Zayed, A., Y. Haggag, S. M. Ezzat, M. A. Salem, and R. Ulber, "Fucoidans as nanoparticles: pharmaceutical and biomedical applications", Polysaccharide Nanoparticles Preparation and Biomedical Applications Micro and Nano Technologies: Elsevier, 2022.
Zayed, A., Y. Haggag, S. M. Ezzat, M. A. Salem, and R. Ulber, "Fucoidans as nanoparticles: pharmaceutical and biomedical applications", Polysaccharide Nanoparticles Preparation and Biomedical Applications Micro and Nano Technologies: Elsevier, 2022.
Ouannas, A., A. T. Azar, T. Ziar, and A. G. Radwan, "Generalized Synchronization of Different Dimensional Integer-Order and Fractional Order Chaotic Systems", Fractional Order Control and Synchronization of Chaotic Systems: Springer International Publishing, pp. 671–697, 2017. Abstract
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Ouannas, A., A. T. Azar, T. Ziar, and A. G. Radwan, "Generalized Synchronization of Different Dimensional Integer-Order and Fractional Order Chaotic Systems", Fractional Order Control and Synchronization of Chaotic Systems: Springer, Cham, pp. 671–697, 2017. Abstract
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