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About Department of Soil and Water
The department was opened with the establishment of the Faculty of Agriculture in 1966. The department was interested in expanding various disciplines related to soil and water sciences, and in preparing scientific cadres capable of managing and conducting agricultural projects or continuing their studies and obtaining high degrees and qualifications. It was also concerned with equipping various scientific laboratories and providing them with various devices and equipment. And advanced for use in the fields of research and study. The Department of Soil and Water contains four academic programmes, namely: Bachelor of Agricultural Sciences - majoring in Soil Science, Bachelor of Agricultural Sciences - majoring in Water Sciences, Master of Agricultural Sciences - majoring in Soil Sciences, Master of Agricultural Sciences - majoring in Water Sciences.
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Department of Soil and Water has more than 27 academic staff members
Hamdi Abdalkhaliq Ali zurqani
Dr. Hamdi A. Zurqani is one of the faculty members at the Department of Soil and Water Sciences, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Tripoli, Tripoli, Libya. Dr. Zurqani is a recognized expert as a result of his internationally acclaimed work in the areas of Environmental Information Science, Remote Sensing, Land Evaluation, Sustainability, Pedology, and Soil Science Education. He has conducted research across the world, including the United States of America, and Africa. Dr. Zurqani is a distinguished soil scientist with a wide range of scientific and working experiences in Libya and abroad. He received his M.Sc. (2010) from the University of Tripoli, Tripoli, Tripoli, Libya, and Ph.D. (2019) from Clemson University, Clemson, SC, USA. His major research and teaching activities at the University of Tripoli have focused mainly on Soil Genesis and Classification and the Environmental Information Sciences (Remote Sensing and Geographic Information System). He has published broadly in many journals (e.g., Nature “Scientific Reports”, Geoderma; International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation; Journal of Geological Sciences; Land; Frontiers in Environmental Science; Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis; and others). Dr. Zurqani is a member of the Editorial Board for Remote Sensing (MDPI) Journal, counseling outcome and research evaluation. He also was appointed to serve as a Guest Editor for the Special Issue