Assistant Professor of Rangeland Ecology & Biodiversity
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After completing his M.Sc. in Plant Production, Mohammad Alhamad has received a fellowship from Jordan University of Science and Technology (JUST) to pursue his Ph.D. at Texas A&M University. Alhamad completed his Ph.D. work in August 2002 and joined the Department of Natural Resources and Environment faculty in September 2002.
Mohammad Noor Alhamad, Ph. D.
Professional Affiliations
Recent Publications
  • Alhamad, M.N., Alrababah, M.A., Bataineh, M.M., and Al-Horani, A.S. In Press. Environmental gradients and community attributes underlying biodiversity patterns of semi-arid Mediterranean grasslands. Plant Ecology.

  • Alrababah, M.A., Alhamad, M.N., Bataineh, M.M., Suwaileh, A.S., Al-Horani, A.S. 2007. Arboreal diversity and aboveground biomass in a semi-arid Mediterranean Forest Ecosystem: Case of Kufur-khal Natural Reserve. Jordan Journal of Agricultural Sciences 3 (4): 363-375.

  • The Davis Mountains
    Sunrise in the Davis Mountains.
    Last update: March 31, 2008
    Mohammad Noor Alhamad

    B.Sc. (1992) Plant Production, University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan.

    M.Sc. (1995) Plant Production, University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan.

    Ph.D. (2002) Rangeland Ecology & Management, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas.


    Contact Info:
    Department of Natural Resources and Environment
    Faculty of Agriculture
    Jordan University of Sci. and Tech.
    Irbid 22110, Jordan

    Phone: (962-2) 720-1000
    Extension: 22073

    Fax: (962-2) 720-1078

    Email:
    malhamad@just.edu.jo
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