[List of Publications ] :

1 . Philobbos, E.R., Yossef, M., and Mansour, A.M., 1990. Facies and heavy mineral content of the sandstones of the Nubia Group, Qena-Idfu region, Eastern Desert, Egypt. Egyption Mineralogist v. 2, pp.  103-126.

2. Piller, W.E. and Mansour, A.M., 1990. The Northern Bay of Safaga (Red Sea, Egypt): An actuopalaeontological approach: II. Sediment analyses and sedimentary facies. Beitr. Palaeont. Osterr., v. 16, pp. 1-102. Wien

3. Piller, W.E. and Mansour, A.M., 1994. Origin and Transport mechanisms of non-carbonate sediments in a carbonate dominated environment (Northern Safaga Bay, Red Sea, Egypt). - Abh. Geol. Bundesanstalt, v. 50, pp. 369-379, 6 Text-Fig., 1, Pl., Wien.

 4. Mansour, A.M., 1991. Interplay of beach and coastal dune environments around the bay of Safaga, Red Sea, Egypt. Bull. Fac. Sci., Assiut Univ., v. 20 (2-F), pp. 127-147.

5. Mansour, A.M., 1992. Sedimentological investigations on the mangrove environment along the western coast of the Red Sea, Egypt. Asw. Sc. Tech. Bull., v. 13, pp. 154-176.

6. Mansour, A.M., 1992. Internal geometry and quartz grain roundness and surface features of Recent coastal sand dunes of the Egyptian Red Sea coast. Bull. Fac. Sci., Assiut Univ., v. 21 (1-F), pp. 57-81.

7. Mansour, A.M., 1993. Petrography of the raised coral reef and beachrocks of the Egyptian Red Sea coast. Mans. Sci. Bull. Symposium of the Quaternary & Development in Egypt, pp. 71-98.

8. Mansour A.M. and Sediek, K.N., 1994. Cluster analysis and mineral provenance of Recent coastal sand dunes along the Red Sea, Egypt. Sedimentology of Egypt, v. 2, pp. 55-68.

9. Mansour, A.M., 1995. Sedimentary facies and carbonate - siliciclastic transition of Sharm El Bahari and Sharm El Qibli, Red Sea, Egypt. Egypt. Jour. Geol., V. 39/1, p. 57-76.

10. Sediek, K.N., Rashed, M.A. and Mansour, A.M., 1995. Textural characteristics and genesis of barchan dune deposits, Kharga Oasis, Egypt. Egypt. Jour. Geol., V. 39/2, p. 599-629.

11. Mansour, A.M., Lengauer, C.L., and Piller, W.E., 1995. Quantitative mineralogical analysis of carbonate rich sediments by X-ray powder diffraction. Powder Diffraction 10 (2), p. 112-116.

12. Mansour, A.M., and Kurzweil, H., 1996. Seasonal variations and mineralogy of suspended sediments in the Nile River between Esna and Nag Hammadi barrage, Egypt. Egypt. Jour. Geol., V. 40, p. 67-86.

13. Mansour, A. M., 1996. Impact of dams and other constructions along the Nile on the environment and sedimentary parameters in the area between Esna and Nag Hammadi barrages. Third International Conference, Geology of the Arab World, Cairo University, p. 255-286.

14. Mansour, A.M., Nawar, A. and mahmoud M.A., 1997. Recent intertidal sediments and the negative impact of human activities, Red Sea coast, Egypt. Egypt. Jour. Geol. Vol. 41/2A, p. 239-272.

15. Nawar, A., Mansour, A.M., and Abd ElWahab, M., 1998. Heavy minerals and beach sedimentary provinces along the area Gemsha-Marsa Alam, Red sea, Egypt. Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on: „Environmental Protection is A Must“ 5-7 May, 1998 – Egypt, p. 115-126.

16. Mansour, A. M., 1999. Tectonic setting and provenance of clastic sediment suites, Eastern Desert, Egypt; treatise through computational sedimentology. Sedimentology of Egypt. Vol. 7, p. 137-148.

17. Mansour, A. M., 1999. Changes of sediment nature by environmental impacts of Sharm Abu Makhadeg area, Red Sea, Egypt. Sedimentology of Egypt. Vol. 7, p. 25-36.

18. Mansour, A.M., kurzweil, H., and Osman, M.R., 1999. Sedimentary nature of the Nile sediments in Upper Egypt: relationships, and implications to weathering and climate of provenance. Sedimentology of Egypt. Vol. 7, p.37-54.

19. Mansour, A. M., 2000. Quaternary reef terraces and their relation to tectonics/eustatics of the Red Sea region, Egypt. Sedimentology of Egypt, vol. 8, p. 19-33.

20. Mansour, A.M., Nawar, A., and Mohamed, A.W., 2000. Geochemistry of coastal marine sediments and their contaminant metals, Red sea, Egypt: A legacy for the future and tracer of modern sediment dynamics. Sedimentology of Egypt, vol. 8, p. 231-242.

21. Mansour, A.M., Nawar, A., and Mohamed, A.W., 2000. Shallow marine sediments, Red Sea, Egypt: Restricted distribution of coral reef: Sedimentology of Egypt, vol. 8, p. 63-73.

22. Mansour, A.M. and piller, w.e., (1999). Sedimentology and Geochemistry of Cores from Mud Basin of The Northern Bay of Safaga, Red Sea, Egypt: clues for predicting natural hazards: Egypt. Jour. Geol., vol. 43/2, p. 81-97

23. ASKALANY, M.M., Mansour, A.M. and AHMED, A.N., (2002). Quaternary clastic facies and their depositional environments around Quseir, Red Sea-Egypt. Bull. Fac. Sci., Assiut Univ., 31 (1-F), p. 33-50.

24. ASKALANY, M.M., Mansour, A.M. and AHMED, A.N., (2002). Textural and mineralogical characteristics of the Quaternary clastic sediments at Quseir District, Red Sea, Egypt. Annals of Geological Survey of Egypt, vol. XXV, p. 61-81

25. Mansour, A.M., (2003). Suitability of Quaternary Sediments to landfills in Qena, Egypt. Sedimentology of Egypt, vol. 11, p. 169-183.

26. Mansour, A.M., (2003). Pressures and Impacts of Coastal Zone of Abu Minkar and Giftun Islands, Hurghada, Red Sea, Egypt: A management Priority. Fifth International Conference on the Geology of the Middle East, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt. January 2003, p. 417-430.

27. Mansour, A.M., ASKALANY, M.M., EL-ALFY, Z.S., and AHMED, A.N., (2003). Assessment of the Natural Aggregates in the Area between Marsa Alam and Wadi Lahmi, Red Sea Coast, Egypt. The Third International Conference in the Geology of Africa, vol. 1, p.77-97. Assiut-Egypt.

28. ASKALANY, M.M., Mansour, A.M., and AHMED, A.N., (2004). Sedimentology and heavy mineral content of the Plio-Quaternary sediments in the south Marsa Alam area, Red Sea Coast, Egypt. Bull. Fac. Sci. Assiut Univ., Vol. 33 (1-F), p. 91-113.

29. Mansour, A.M., ASKALANY, M.M., EL-ALFY, Z.S., and AHMED, A.N., (2004) Drainage Basins between Marsa Alam and Ras Banas and their Flood Hazards and Ground Water Potentials, Red Sea, Egypt. Annals of Geological Survey of Egypt, vol. XXVII, p. 551-575.

30. Mansour, A.M., Nawar, A., and Madkur, H.A., (2005). Metals concentration of recent invertebrates along the Red Sea coast of Egypt: A tool for Monitoring Environmental Hazards: Sedimentology of Egypt, vol. 13, p 171-185.

31. Mansour, A.M., Mohamed, A.W., Kamal El Din, G. M., and Sayed M. Sayed, (in press). Impact of Development Projects on The Sediments and The Environment along The Coast of Hurghada, Red Sea, Egypt,

[Abstracts in National and International Conferences] :

1. Mansour, A.M., 1992. Beachrock and raised coral reefs on the Egyptian Red Sea coast: facies, petrography, mineralogy, and cementation. The Tenth Symposium on Quaternary and Development in Egypt, El-Mansoura, 18 April 1992, pp. 2-3.

2. Piller, W.E., Pervesler, P., and Mansour, A.M. 1992. The Northern Bay of Safaga (Red Sea, Egypt) an Actuopalaeontological Approach Sedimentology and Facies. International Symposium on Sedimentation and Rifting in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden, Cairo, January 10-14.

3. Mansour, A.M. and Piller, W.E., 1993. Transport mechanisms of siliciclastic material into a carbonate environment (Safaga Bay, Red Sea, Egypt). Sediment 93 (8. Sedimentologen - Treffen), Philipps Universität Marburg/Lahn, p. 61.

4. Mansour, A.M., Lengauer, C.L., and Piller, W.E., 1993. Quantitative mineralogical analysis of carbonate rich sediments by X-ray powder diffraction. Third European powder diffraction conference (EPDIC-3), Vienna-Austria, Sept.93, p. 117.

5. Steininger, F.F., Golebiowski, R., Haunold, T., Kleemann, K., Mansour, A. M., Nebelsick, J.H., Pervesler, P., Piller, W.E., and Rupp, C. 1993. The Northern Bay of Safaga (Red Sea, Egypt) an Actuopalaeontological Approach. Premier Congres Europeen de Paleontologie, Lyon, 7-9 Juillet 1993, p. 122.

6. Piller, W.E., Golebiowski, R., Haunold, T., Kleemann, K., Mansour, A. M., Nebelsick, J.H., Pervesler, P., Rupp, C., and Steininger, F.F., 1993. The Northern Bay of  Safaga (Red Sea, Egypt) an Actuopalaeontological Approach. International Society for Reef Studies, First European Regional Meeting, Vienna, 16-20. December 1993, p. 89.

7. Mansour, A.M., 1994. Sedimentary facies and carbonate - siliciclastic transition of Sharm El Bahari and Sharm El Qibli, Red Sea, Egypt. The Eleventh Symposium on Quaternary and Development in Egypt, El-Mansoura, 26 March 1994,

8. Mansour, A.M., and Kurzweil, H., 1994. Seasonal variations of suspended sediment in the Nile River between Esna and Nag Hammadi barrage. The Ninth Symposium on Phanerozoic and development in Egypt; Cairo, Al -Azhar University, 9 February 1994.

9. Mansour, A.M., 1995. Torrents and their transformation from processes of devastation and destruction to processes of development along the Red Sea coast. Symposium on study of torrent risks and their development. Hurghada, 29/5 - 1/6/ 1995 (Abstract in Arabic).

10. Mansour, A.M., 1995. Raised coral reef along the Red Sea Coast. International Geological Correlation Programme (IGCP 389) „ Geoenvironmental Evaluation of the Coastal belts in the Southern Mediterranian and Red Sea Arab Countries; Processes-Management and Sustainable Development„, Cairo Nov. 14-16, 1995.

11. Mansour, A.M., 1996. Impact of dams and other constructions along the Nile on the environment and sedimentary parameters in the area between Esna and Nag Hammadi barrages. Geology of the Arab World, Third International Conference, Cairo 27 Feb. - 1 March 1996.

12. Mansour, A.M., 1996. Quaternary reef terraces and their relation to tectonics/eustatics of the Red Sea region, Egypt, The Twelfth Symposium on Quaternary and Development in Egypt. El-Mansoura 6 April 1996. p. 5.

13. Mansour, A.M., 1997. Quaternary reef terraces of the Red Sea region (Egypt) and their relation to tectonics/eustatics. Sediment 97, 12. Sedimentologen-treffen/12th Annual Meeting of Sedimentologists, at the Department of geology, University of Cologne, Germany, 21.-24. May, 1997, p. 146.

14. Mansour, A.M., 1997. Impact of dams and other constructions on environment and sedimentary parameters along the Nile between Esna and Nag Hammadi barrages, Egypt. Gaea heidelbergensis, 3, Heidelberg 1997, 18th IAS Regional European Meeting of Sedimentology, Heidelberg, September 2-4, 1997,  p.225.

15. Mansour, A.M. and piller, w.e., 1998. Sedimentology and geochemistry of core sediments from the Northern Bay of Safaga, Red Sea, Egypt. The Thirteenth Symposium on Quaternary and Development in Egypt. El-Mansoura 28 March 1998.

16. Mansour, A.M., 1999. Coastal Sediments, Red Sea, Egypt: Clues for Predicting Hazards: The Second Symposium on the Red Sea Marine Environment, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, 8-10 November 1999.

17. Mansour, A.M, AND Neumeier, U. 1999. Interstitial-water analyses of Red Sea beachrocks: new evidences about cementation processes of beachrock. First International Conference on the Geology of Africa, Assiut 23-25 November 1999.

18. Mansour, A.M., (2003). Pressures and Impacts of Coastal Zone of Abu Minkar and Giftun Islands, Hurghada, Red Sea, Egypt: A management Priority. Fifth International Conference on the Geology of the Middle East, Ain Shams University, Cairo 23-25 January 2003.

19. Mansour, A.M., Nawar, A., and Madkur, H.A., (2005). Metals concentration of recent invertebrates along the Red Sea coast of Egypt: A tool for Monitoring Environmental Hazards: Sedimentology of Egypt, vol. 13, p 171-185