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Ali Ahmed Mohamed Mohamed Ahmed Eisawi

Ali Ahmed Mohamed Mohamed Ahmed Eisawi Specialist: Palynology and stratigraphy (70%), sedimentology (30%)

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Experience: Asociate Professor of Micropaleontology (Palynology)

Total: 0 Lesson(s)

Email: eisawiali@gmail.com

Website: https://bit.ly/2Zrf9zt

Biography

Graduated from University of Khartoum in 1994 (B.Sc. Honours in Geology) , MSc. U of K 1999, obtained my PhD from the Technical University- Berlin in 2007. My field of specialization is towards the use of microfossils to date the sedimentary rocks, reconstruction of paleoecology and paleogeography in intracratonic basins.I teach Paleontology, microfossils, Stratigraphy, Facies analysis, Carbonate sand classes.

My research interest is stratigraphy, sedimentology towards petroleum exploration.

I am a member of Upper Atbara Research Group.I am currently involved in a project focusing on the biogeography and biodiversity of the vertebrate fossil remains of Pleistocene age in Upper Atbara River.

I am a member of the Sudanese Association of Petroleum Geoscientists (SAPEG).

 

Selected publications:

  1. EISAWI, A. and SCHRANK, E 2008. Upper Cretaceous to Neogene palynology of the Melut Basin, southeast Sudan. Palynology 32, 101-129.
  2. EISAWI, A. 2009. Paleoecological study of the Maastrichtian Gedaref Formation, eastern Sudan- Schweizerbart’sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 43-52, Stuttgart.
  3. EISAWI, A. and SCHRANK, E. 2009. Terrestrial palynology and age assessment of the Gedaref Formation (eastern Sudan). Journal of African Earth Sciences 54, 22-30.
  4. EISAWI, A., DAWIT, E. L. and AWAD, M. Z. 2009. Palynology and sedimentology of the mid-Cretaceous Omdurman Formation, Khartoum area, Sudan- Schweizerbart’sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 21-41 Stuttgart.
  5. EISAWI, A., BABIKIR, I. A.A. and SALIH, K.O. 2011. Paleoecological significance of newly discovered trace fossils near the Gedaref town, eastern Sudan. Journal of African Earth Sciences 61, 233-237.
  6. EISAWI, A., BABIKIR, I. A.A. and SALIH, K.O. 2011. Snapshots on identification of new trace fossils within the Gedaref Formation, eastern Sudan. Sudanese Association of Petroleum Geoscientists 2, 16-21.
  7. EL SHAFIE A.A. I., ZEINELABDEIN K. A., and EISAWI, A. A. M. 2011. Paleogeographic evolution and paleoenvironmental reconstruction of the Sudd area during the early-mid- Holocene, Sudan. Journal of African Earth Sciences 60, 13-18.
  8. EL SHAFIE A.A. I., ZEINELABDEIN K. A., and EISAWI, A. A. M. 2011. Paleoclimatic evolution of central Sudan during the late Miocene to Pleistocene. Arabian Journal of Geosciences, 1-9.
  9. EISAWI, A. A.M., IBRAHIM, A.B. ABDELRAHIM, O.B. and SHRANK, E. (2012) Palynozonation of the Cretaceous to Lower Paleogene strata of the Muglad Basin, Sudan. Palynology 36 (2), 191-207.
  10. EISAWI, A. A.M., IBRAHIM, A.B. ABDELRAHIM, O.B. (2012) Paleoecological and paleoclimatical implication of the Cretaceous -Paleocene strata of the Muglad Basin, Sudan. Sudanese Association of Petroleum Geoscientists (SAPEG) Journal.
70%
Palynology and stratigraphy
30%
sedimentology

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