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Articles by Mushtak T. Jabbar
Total Records ( 2 ) for Mushtak T. Jabbar
  Mansour, S. AL-Mokredi , Mushtak T. Jabbar and Hu, Guang Dao
  This research integrated the remote sensing (RS) and Geographic Information System (GIS) techniques with soil Indices to quantify soil mineralogy distribution and the northwestern part of Yunnan province in China was taken as a case. Landsat ETM sense in 2000 was used to produce soil Indies maps of the study area based on the maximum likelihood classification method. These maps were then used to calculate by percent soil mineralogy distribution. The studied were also correlated with field, geophysical and geochemical studied. By using these techniques, locations of soil mineralogy distribution were identified. ERmapper and Arc/View software were used to manage and manipulate thematic data, to process satellite images and tabular data source. In term of statistic analysis 1214.4 km2 (18.17%) of land area had soil sand minerals, 1988.4 km2 (29.75%) had clay soil minerals and 856.2 km2 (12.18%) of the total land area was in an Iron oxides minerals. The study area, in general, is exposed to high distribution of soil mineralogy.
  Hassony J. Abdulla , Kazi A. Hussien and Mushtak T. Jabbar
  This investigation has been conducted to find new criteria suitable to use in Iraq for placing land in one of the desertification classes. The common criteria: vegetation cover or overgrazing of range land, lack of erosion control on dry farmed land and improper management on irrigated land are used for placing world land in one of the desertification classes or stages (slight, moderate, severe and very severe). In Iraqi condition, pollution has been added beside the above criteria: vegetation cover or overgrazing of range, lack of erosion control on dry farmed land and improper management on irrigated land. Also, a new class of desertification (Exceptionally or catastrophic desertification class) has been added. These classes describe the land with a considerable amount of war residues, mines, Synthetic chemical pesticides, toxic elements and or radioactive contamination.
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