Western Michigan University
1903 W Michigan Ave
Kalamazoo MI 49008-5241 USA
- Ph.D., Geosciences, Western Michigan University, 2012
- M.S., Geophysics, Suez Canal University, 2009
- B.S., Geophysics, Suez Canal University, 2004
- Remote sensing and Geographic Information Systems
Dr. Mohamed Ahmed is a senior research scientist in the Department of Geosciences at Western Michigan University. He also works with the research group in the Earth Science Remote Sensing Lab.
His primary research area is geophysics where he applies remote sensing and geographic information techniques to investigate complex geological and environmental problems.
- Mohamed, L., Sultan, M., Ahmed, M., Zaki, A., Sauck, W., Soliman, F., Yan, E., Elkadiri, R. and Abdou Abouelmagd, 2015, Structural Controls on Groundwater Flow in Basement Terrains: Geophysical, Remote Sensing, and Field Investigations in Sinai, Surveys in Geophysics, DOI:10.1007/s10712-015-9331-5.
- Ahmed, M., Sultan, M., Wahr, J., Yan, E., Chouinard, K., 2014, The use of GRACE data to monitor natural and anthropogenic induced variations in water availability across Africa, Earth Science Reviews, v. 136, pp. 289-300.
- Dailey, D., Sauck, W., Sultan, M., Milewski, A., Ahmed, M., Laton, R., Elkadiri, R., Foster, J., Schmidt, C., Alharbi, T., 2014, Geophysical, remote sensing, GIS, and isotopic applications for a better understanding of the structural controls on groundwater flow in the Mojave Desert, California: Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies, doi.org/10.1016/j.ejrh.2014.12.002.
- Sultan, M., Ahmed, M., Wahr, J., Yan, E., Emil, M.K., 2014, Monitoring aquifer depletion from space: case studies from the Saharan and Arabian aquifers, Rodell, M., (Ed.), Chapman Remote Sensing AGU monograph number 206.