Mohammed Rasheed

Marine Science Station, Jordan

Mohammed Rasheed from 1999 to 2002 worked on Ph.D. degree in natural sciences (marine biogeochemistry), grade very good, Max Planck Institute, University of Bremen, Germany, thesis entitled “Organic matter degradation in coral reef carbonate and silicate sediments,” supervisors: Professor B. Jorgensen and Professor Markus Huettel. From 1995 to 1998, he worked on an M.S. degree of science, marine analytical chemistry, grade “Excellent” from Yarmouk University, Irbid, Jordan, thesis entitled “Assessment of nutrient and chlorophyll a concentration gradient within a coral reef of the Gulf of Aqaba, Red Sea, Jordan.” His research interest are among environmental marine chemistry, pollution aspects of water, EIA studies, nutrient dynamics in coastal and offshore regions, chemical Oceanography, coral reef ecology, health, and growth, as well as method of water analysis. He has been working on supervising Masters students.

Biography Updated on 2 July 2012

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