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1 CONFERENCE PROGRAM NOVEMBER 2017 TUNISIA Mövenpick Resort & Marine Spa Sousse

2 springer.com Euro-Mediterranean Journal for Environmental Integration A forum for research and collaboration on emerging environmental issues in the Euro-Mediterranean region Presents original research, reviews and letters Offers innovative approaches toward a sustainable environment in the Mediterranean region Submit now Start reading on link.springer.com A46535

3 LABOR ATOIRE. GÉNIE. ENVIR ONNE ME NT. É CO TE CHNO LO GI E twitter.com/emcei_net facebook/emcei 22 to 25 November 2017 MÖVENPICK RESORT & MARINE EMCEI SPA Sousse, Tunisia.

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5 TABLE OF CONTENTS Committees 09 Keynotes 15 Workshops 19 Topics 1: Innovative Approaches & Methods for Environmental Sustainability 31 Topics 2: Environmental Risk Assessment, Bioremediation, Ecotoxicology & Environmental Safety 39 Topics 3: Water Resource Assessment, Planning, Protection & Management 49 Topics 4: Environmental Engineering & Management 59 Topics 5: Natural Resources (Characterization, Assessment, Management & Valorisation) 65 Topics 6: Intelligence Techniques in Renewable Energy (Biomass, Wind, Waste, Solar) 77 Topics 7: Sustainable Management of Marine Environment & Coastal Areas 83 Topics 8: Remote Sensing & GIS for Geo-Environmental Investigations 89 Topics 9: Environmental Impacts of Geo/Natural Hazards (Earthquakes, Landslides, Volcanic & Marine Hazards) 95 Topics 10: Environmental Health Sciences (Natural & Social Impacts on Human Health) 101 Program Index 107 EMCEI

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7 CONFERENCE 1ST EURO-MEDITERRANEAN CONFERENCE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL INTEGRATION PROGRAM NOVEMBER 2017, SOUSSE, TUNISIA Time DAY 1 Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4 Big Hall (Talks) (Talks) (Talks) (Talks) (Posters) 09:00~16:00 16:00~16:30 16:30~17:00 Opening 17:00~19:00 KEYNOTE KEYNOTE KEYNOTE KEYNOTE Wednesday, Nov. 22nd 2017 Big Hall (Keynotes & Talks) Arrival of participants / Registration :30~20:30 20:30-22:00 Time 8:30~10:00 10:00~10:30 10:30~13:00 DAY 2 13:00~14:30 Thursday, Nov. 23rd :30~16:30 Photo session followed by a small reception Suela Kellici, UK Vincenzo Naddeo, Italy Chedly Tizaoui, UK Mustapha Meghraoui, France DINNER Editorial meeting of the Euro-Mediterranean Journal for Environmental Integration Big Hall Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4 Big Hall (Keynotes & Talks) (Talks) (Talks) (Talks) (Talks) (Posters) [T10-OS1] T1-PS1 T2-PS1 T3-PS1 T5-PS1 KEYNOTE 5 - Panagiotis Karanis, Germany & China KEYNOTE 6 - Maurizio Barbieri, Italy KEYNOTE 7 - Eric D. van Hullebusch, The Netherlands COFFEE BREAK [T4-OS1] [T6-OS1] [T8-OS1] LUNCH KEYNOTE KEYNOTE KEYNOTE KEYNOTE 8 - José Paulo Sousa, Portugal 9 - Jörg Römbke, Germany 10 - Baghded Ouddane, France 11 - Gilles Colinet, Belgium KEYNOTE KEYNOTE KEYNOTE KEYNOTE KEYNOTE :30~17:00 17:00~19:30 COFFEE BREAK - Barbara Koch, Germany Jean-Paul Barusseau, France Maria Snoussi, Morocco Gil Mahé, France Rachid Slimane, KSA 19:30~20:30 20:30~20:30 Time 8:30~10:30 DINNER Special issues editorial meeting Big Hall Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4 (Keynotes & Talks) (Talks) (Talks) (Talks) (Talks) (Posters) [T5-OS1] [T7-OS1] T4-PS1 T8-PS1 T9-PS1 T10-PS1 [T5-OS3] [T7-OS2] T1-PS2 T2-PS2 T3-PS2 T5-PS2 [T5-OS4] [T1-OS2] T2-PS3 T5-PS3 T6-PS1 T7-PS1 [T2-OS1] [T1-OS1] 10:30~11:00 DAY 3 11:00~13:00 Friday, Nov. 24rth :00~14:30 14:30~17:30 DAY 4 Saturday, Nov. 25th :00~10:00 10:00~10:30 10:30~11:30 11:30~12:30 12:30~14:00 14:15~18:00 18:30 [T3-OS1] Big Hall COFFEE BREAK [T2-OS2] [T5-OS2] [T3-OS2] LUNCH [T2-OS3] 17:30~18:00 18:00~19:00 19:30~20:30 21:00~00:00 Time [T9-OS1] [T2-OS4] [T3-OS3] COFFEE BREAK PANEL DISCUSSION / AWARD CEREMONY / CLOSURE DINNER EURO-MED MUSICOLOGY / GALA Big Hall Room 1 Room 2 (Keynotes & Talks) (Talks) (Talks) WORKSHOP 1 - E. Heggy, USA COFFEE BREAK WORKSHOP 2 N. Khelifi, Germany & A. Al-Amri, Saudi Arabia WORKSHOP 3 - A. Kallel, Tunisia WORKSHOP 4 - H. Ben Dhia, Tunisia WORKSHOP 5 - M. Ksibi, Tunisia LUNCH Social Program (Sightseeing Sidi Bou Said) Departure T: TOPIC; OS: ORAL SESSION; PS: POSTER SESSION; REFER TO PROGRAM INDEX TO FIND OUT DETAILS OF YOUR PRESENTATION (REFER TO YOUR PAPER ID) EMCEI

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9 Conference Organising Committee Honorary Chair Hamed Ben Dhia Executive Editor-in-Chief Euro-Mediterranean Journal for Environmental Integration ENIS, University of Sfax, Tunisia General Chair Mohamed Ksibi Managing Editor Euro-Mediterranean Journal for Environmental Integration Director of the High Institute of Biotechnology University of Sfax, Tunisia Scientific Committee Chair Sami Sayadi Co-Editor-in-Chief Euro-Mediterranean Journal for Environmental Integration Director of the Centre of Biotechnology of Sfax University of Sfax, Tunisia Public Relations Chair Boubakker Elleuch Administrative Editor Euro-Mediterranean Journal for Environmental Integration Director of Laboratory LGEET ENIS, University of Sfax, Tunisia Corporate Relations Chair Mongi Seffen Associate Editor Euro-Mediterranean Journal for Environmental Integration ESSTHS, University of Sousse, Tunisia Publications Chair Nabil Khélifi Senior Publishing Editor Springer Middle East & North African Program Springer, a part of Springer Nature Heidelberg, Germany Program/Submissions Chair Amjad Kallel Assistant Editor Euro-Mediterranean Journal for Environmental Integration ENIS, University of Sfax, Tunisia Conference Manager Mohamed Sahbi Moalla Coordinator Euro-Mediterranean Journal for Environmental Integration ISET, University of Sfax, Tunisia Conference Scientific Committee Topic 1. Innovative Approaches & Methods for Environmental Sustainability Abdeltif Amrane: Institute of Chemical Sciences of Rennes, France Achraf Ghorbal: ISSAT Gabes, University of Gabes, Tunisia Aida Kesraoui: University of Sousse, Tunisia Anastasios Zouboulis: Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece Bassem Jaouadi: Centre of Biotechnology of Sfax, Tunisia Chavalit Ratanatamskul: Chulalongkorn University Bangkok, Thailand Kenichi Kachiwagui: University of Tsukuba, Japan Michaël Badawi: Institute of Jean Barriol, University of Lorraine, France Moncef Khadhraoui: ISBS, University of Sfax, Tunisia Sudip Chakraborty: University of Calabria, Italy Suela Kellici: London South Bank University, United Kingdom Zouhair Ksibi: University of Tunis El Manar, Tunisia Topic 2. Environmental Risk Assessment, Bioremediation, Ecotoxicology & Environmental Safety Eric D. van Hullebusch: University of Paris Est, France Giulia Guerriero: Interdepartmental Research Center for Environment, Federico II University, Naples, Italy Imene Dridi: FST, University of Tunis El Manar, Tunisia José Paulo F.A. de Sousa: Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal Lassaad Chouba: INSTM, Tunisia Marc Maboeta: North West University South Africa, South Africa Marilyne Soubrand: University of Limoges, France Muhd Naushad: King Saud University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Noureddine Soltani: Badji Mokhtar University, Annaba, Algeria Seref Turhan: Kastamonu Üniversitesi, Turkey Olfa Hentati: ISBS, University of Sfax, Tunisia Tahar Mechichi: ENIS, University of Sfax, Tunisia Yannick Mamindy-Pajany: Institut Mines Télécom (IMT) Lille Douai, France Topic 3. Water Resource Assessment, Planning, Protection & Management Abdullah Al-Ghafri: University of Nizwa, Oman Akissa Bahri: National Agricultural Institute of Tunisia, Tunisia EMCEI

10 Baghded Ouddane: University of Sciences & Technology, Lille1, France Dario Omanovic: Ruder Boskovic Institute, Croatia Elias Salameh: University of Jordan, Amman Giovana Almeida: University of Antwerp, Belgium Helder I. Chaminé: School of Engineering (ISEP), Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal Irie Mitsuteru: Miyazaki University, Japan Laila Mandi: CNEREE, Marrakech, Morocco Maurizio Barbieri: Sapienza University of Rome, Italy Mohamed Abdulrazzak: Taibah University, Saudi Arabia Nachida Kasbadji Merzouk: UDES, Tipasa, Algeria Ozgur Kisi: Ilia State University, Georgia Teresa A P Rocha-Santos: Aveiro University, Portugal Topic 4. Environmental Engineering & Management Abderrahim Choukchou-Braham: University of A. Belkaid, Algeria Chedly Tizaoui: College of Engineering, Swansea University, UK Latifa Bousselmi: Centre de Recherches et des Technologies des Eaux (CERTE), Tunisia Maki Tsujimura: University of Tsukuba, Japan Monem Kallel: ENIS, University of Sfax, Tunisia Neşe Tüfekci: Istanbul University, Turkey Nicolas Roche: University of Aix-Marseille, France Roman Tandlich: Faculty of Pharmacy, Rhodes University, South Africa Salem Bouri: FSS, University of Sfax, Tunisia Sandeep Panda: Suleyman Demirel University, Engineering Faculty, Turkey Sven-Uwe Geissen: Technical University Berlin, Germany Vincenzo Naddeo: University of Salerno, Italy Topic 5. Natural Resources (Characterization, Assessment, Management & Valorisation) Abdelfatteh Omri: King Abdul Aziz University, Saudi Arabia Abdelmjid Abourriche: University Hassan II, Casablanca, Morocco Ali Sdiri: ENIS, University of Sfax, Tunisia Gil Mahé: IRD Montpellier, France Gilles Colinet: University of Liège, Belgium Habib Abida: FSS, University of Sfax, Tunisia Jordan Vidal, Manuel Miguel: Universidad Miguel Hernández, Spain Marco Lauteri: Istituto di Biologia Agroambientale e Forestale, Italy Masamoto Tafu: National Institute of Technology, Toyama College, Japan Mokhtar Guizani: Hokkaido University, Japan Mounir Medhioub: FSS, University of Sfax, Tunisia Rishikesh Singh: Banaras Hindu University, India Topic 6. Intelligence Techniques in Renewable Energy (Biomass, Wind, Waste, Solar) Alexander P. Mathews: Kansas State University, USA Ali-Akbar Sabziparvar: Faculty of Agriculture, Hamedan, IRAN Brigitte Kempter-Regel: Fraunhofer Institut für Grenzflächenund Bioverfahrenstechnik IGB, Germany Cherif Ould Lahoucine: University of Guelma, Algeria Elio Giamello: Università degli Studi di Torino, Italy Fausto Pedro Garcia Marquez: ETSI Industriales, Universidad Castilla-La Mancha, Spain Francisco Javier Navas Pineda: Universidad de Cádiz, Spain Mohammed Abdul Rasheed: Gujarat Energy Research and Management Institute (GERMI), India Rachid B. Slimane: Gas Techn. Instit., IL, USA / SABIC T&I, Riyad, Saudi Arabia Topic 7. Sustainable Management of Marine Environment & Coastal Areas Jean-Paul Barusseau: University Via Domitia, France Jesús Cisneros Aguirre: University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain José Luís Pinho: University of Minho, Portugal khalid Elkalay: Cadi Ayyad University, Essaouira, Morocco Laurent Dezileau: University of Montpellier, France Marc Tedetti: IRD Mediterranean Institute of Oceanography, France Maria Snoussi: IRD, France & University Mohammed V, Morocco Moncef Boukthir: IPEI Tunis, Tunisia Oula Amrouni: INSTM, Tunis, Tunisia Wolfgang Cramer: CNRS, IRD, University of Avignon, France Topic 8. Remote Sensing & GIS for Geo-Environmental Investigations Abdelazim Negm: Zagazig University, Egypt Abdelwaheb Aydi: FSB, University of Carthage, Tunisia Barbara Koch: University of Freiburg, Germany Ibrahim Ozdemir: University, Faculty of Forestry, Turkey 10 EMCEI 2017

11 Ismail Rakip Karas: Karabuk University, Faculty of Engineering, Turkey Maria Teresa Melis: University of Cagliari, Italy Moncef Bouaziz: Technische Universität Dresden, Germany Nilanchal Patel: Birla Institute of Technology Mesra, India Pierre-Louis Frison: University of Paris-Est-Marne, France Yuji Murayama: University of Tsukuba, Japan Topic 9. Environmental Impacts of Geo/Natural Hazards (Earthquakes, Landslides, Volcanic & Marine Hazards) Abdessalem El Ghali: FSB, University of Carthage, Tunisia Abdullah Al-Amri: King Saud University, Saudi Arabia Andrei Bala: National Institute for Earth Physics, Romania Assia Harbi: Centre of Research of Astronomy, Algeria Biswajeet Pradhan: University Putra, Malaysia Hakim Gabtni: Centre de Recherches et des Technologies des Eaux (CERTE), Tunisia Imen Hamdi Nasr: FSB, University of Carthage, Tunisia Ismail Trabelsi: Centre de Recherches et des Technologies des Eaux (CERTE), Tunisia Mustapha Meghraoui: University of Strasbourg, France Rihab Hadji: University of Farhat Abbas, Setif, Algeria Samir Bouaziz: ENIS, University of Sfax, Tunisia Settimio Ferlisi: University of Salerno, Italy Zakaria Hamimi: Benha University, Egypt Local Organization Committee Aiman Medhioub: FLSHS, University of Sfax, Tunisia Amina Othmani: ESSTHS, University of Sousse,Tunisia Bassem Barkaoui: ESSTHS, University of Sousse,Tunisia Cherif Moslah: LGEET, University of Sfax, Tunisia Dhouha Mabrouk: FLSHS, University of Sfax, Tunisia Farah Bouhamed: FSG, University of Gabes, Tunisia Jihed El Horchani: ESSTHS, University of Sousse,Tunisia Latifa Morgène: ESSTHS, University of Sousse,Tunisia Mabrouk Eloussaief: FSS, University of Sfax, Tunisia Mehdi Nafa: University of Badji Mokhtar-Annabaa, Algeria Mohamed Sahbi Moalla: ISET, University of Sfax, Tunisia Moheddine Traoé: ESSTHS, University of Sousse,Tunisia Mongi Felhi: ENIS, University of Sfax, Tunisia Oula Amrouni: INSTM, Tunis, Tunisia Rihab El Beji: ESSTHS, University of Sousse,Tunisia Salsabil Trigui: ENIS, University of Sfax, Tunisia Senda Ben Jmaa: ENIS, University of Sfax, Tunisia Sirine Bouguerra: LGEET, University of Sfax, Tunisia Yasmine Bacha: FLSHS, University of Sfax, Tunisia Zied Marzouki: LGEET, University of Sfax, Tunisia Springer Support Team Topic 10. Environmental Health Sciences (Natural & Social Impacts on Human Health) Damiano Gustavo Mita: Institute of Genetics and Biophysics, Naples, Italy Imed Gargouri: Faculty of Medicine, University of Sfax, Tunisia Madhi Jaghbir: University of Jordan, Jordan Mustapha Hasnaoui: University of Sultan Moulay Slimane, Morocco Panagiotis Karanis: Qinghai University, Germany & China Ridha Mzoughi: LRHSP, Tunisia Souad A. Benromdhane: HEID, OAQPS, U.S. EPA, USA Christian Witschel: Editorial Director, Springer, Germany Deidre Hudson Reuss: Senior Marketing Manager, Springer, Germany Doerthe Mennecke-Buehler: Book Production Coordinator, Springer, Germany Helen Rachner: Editorial Assistant, Springer, Germany Lenore Grenzdoerfer: Design Coordinator, Design & Media Production, Springer, Germany Nabil Khelifi: Senior Publishing Editor / Manager MENA Publishing Program, Springer, Germany Reyhaneh Majidi: Editorial Assistant, Springer, Germany Stephanie Lombardo: Multimedia Coordinator, Springer, USA EMCEI

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15 KEYNOTES KEYNOTE 1 - Suela Kellici, UK: New Pathways in the Synthesis of 2-Dimensional Materials KEYNOTE 2 - Vincenzo Naddeo, Italy: Wastewater treatment and energy production through electro membrane bioreactors KEYNOTE 3 - Chedly Tizaoui, UK: Novel ozone oxidation process for emerging contaminants removal in water KEYNOTE 4 - Mustapha Meghraoui, France: Earthquake faulting and their implications for the Seismic hazard Assessment along the Plate Boundary in North Africa KEYNOTE 5 - Panagiotis Karanis, Germany & China: Cryptosporidium: waterborne and foodborne transmission and worldwide outbreaks KEYNOTE 6 - Maurizio Barbieri, Italy: Hydrogeochemical assessment of groundwater quality. A case study of a wetland system in central Italy KEYNOTE 7 - Eric D. van Hullebusch, The Netherlands: Remediation of selenium contaminated wastewater KEYNOTE 8 - José Paulo Sousa, Portugal: New Challenges for the Ecological Risk Assessment of Plant Protection Products to soil organisms in the EU KEYNOTE 10 - Baghded Ouddane, France: Implications of sulphide on trace metal pollution mobility in sediment KEYNOTE 11 - Gilles Colinet, Belgium: Services and dysservices of collective gardens in urban areas: a soil perspective KEYNOTE 12 - Barbara Koch, Germany: Geodata the tool for environmental and sustainable spatial planning KEYNOTE 13 - Jean-Paul Barusseau, France: Evolution of GSDs in the coastal zone, new insights KEYNOTE 14 - Maria Snoussi, Morocco: Can ICZM help the resilience of disappearing beaches in the face of climate change? KEYNOTE 15 - Gil Mahé, France: Assessment of the impact of dams on river regimes, sediment transports to the sea, and coastal changes KEYNOTE 16 - Rachid Slimane, KSA: R&D for Clean Energy Production Through Responsible Utilization of Various Feedstocks Including Coal, Biomass, and Hydrocarbons KEYNOTE 9 - Jörg Römbke, Germany: Environmental Risk Assessment of Pesticides in Soil: Does it have to be different in different Regions? EMCEI

16 22 17:00~19:00 NOV. KEYNOTES Suela Kellici, UK: New Pathways in the Synthesis of 2-Dimensional Materials KEYNOTE 1 Dr Suela Kellici is Senior Lecturer and head of the Nano2D group at London South Bank University (LSBU) [ Dr Kellici is an expert in innovative green supercritical fluid technologies and materials chemistry. She has a degree in Chemistry and PhD in Materials Chemistry (both from Queen Mary University of London). She then worked (3 years) on a successful EPSRC funded project at University College London, where she made extensive scientific contributions in combinatorial synthesis of nanomaterials. Dr Kellici sits on the Editorial Board for the Euro-Mediterranean Journal for Environmental Integration, she is Postgraduate Research Director for her School, Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and coordinator of outreach and PhD students related activities within LSBU and externally. Dr Kellici has been awarded several prizes for her work as well as recipient of financial awards from various funding bodies. The research in her group is focused in designing and discovering advanced functional nanomaterials (3D,2D, 1D and 0D) using a target-oriented approach and technologies that provide effective solutions for energy, biomedical and environmental applications. Vincenzo Naddeo, Italy: Wastewater treatment and energy production through electro membrane bioreactors KEYNOTE 2 Dr. Naddeo is associate professor at Department of Civil Engineering of the University of Salerno (Italy) where he drives research activities at the Sanitary Environmental Engignerig Division (SEED). He was visiting professor at University of Washington (2009) and Yamaguchi Uniersity (2016) as well as visiting scientist at different foreign research institutions where he collaborated with high-ranking professors. He is Associate Editor of the Euro-Mediterranean Journal for Environmental Integration (Springer) and co-founding Chair of the conference series WaterEnergyNEXUS. He presently serves on the editorial board of several ISI journals including Scientific Reports (Nature Research), Heliyon (Elsvevier), Cogent Engineering (Cogent OA by Taylor & Francis Group) and Water (MDPI) and he is actively involved in a variety of scientific organizations, funding agencies, and European networks. His research focuses on water/wastetater treatment, characterization and control of environmental odors and environmental impact assessment (EIA). He developed advanced biological processes for wastewater treatment and control of emerging contaminants, novel ultrasound-based technological processes for the treatment of environmental matrices (solid, liquid and gaseous) and biotechnologies for water re-use and simultaneous energy savind and production. In addition to the topics listed above, dr. Naddeo has published works on membrane bioreactors (MBRs), water/wastewater disinfection and disinfection by-products (DBPs), Advanced Oxidation Processes (AOPs), river water quality characterization, remediation of contaminated soil and marine sediments, management and treatment of the organic fraction of solid waste, strategic environmental assessment (SEA) and recently on environmental technologies for the sustainable development of smart cities. At the Department of Civil Enginering dr. Naddeo teach the followinf coureses: «Environmental Impact Assessment», «Energy and Environmental Sustainability», «Pollution phenomena and control of environmental quality» and «Wastewater treatment plants». He is the coordinator of international and national research projects, supervisor of PhD students and member in scientific boards of several national and international conferences where often was invited as plenary or keynote speaker. Dr. Naddeo has (co-)authored over 150 refereed publications in ISI journals, congress proceedings and book volumes. He is co-editor of the book Odour Impact Assessment Handbook (John Wiley & Sons) as well as editor of several italian books. He holds 4 patents on water and wastewater treatments by sonolisys and 1 patent on novel electronic nose (e.nose). 16 EMCEI 2017

17 22 17:00~19:00 NOV. KEYNOTES Chedly Tizaoui, UK: Novel ozone oxidation process for emerging contaminants removal in water KEYNOTE 3 Dr Chedly Tizaoui, CEng, FIChemE, FHEA is an Associate Professor in Chemical Engineering at the College of Engineering, Swansea University, United Kingdom. Dr Tizaoui obtained his first degree in Chemical Engineering (6-year path) from ENIG, Gabes Tunisia, his MSc from INP Toulouse France and his PhD in Chemical Engineering from the University of Bradford UK. His research interests include water and wastewater treatment, advanced oxidation processes (AOPs), ozonation, separation technologies, and emerging contaminants. He is currently leading several research projects aiming to develop novel water and wastewater treatment technologies using non-thermal plasma, hybrid ozone/ membranes, polymeric membranes impregnated with functionalised graphene, and novel materials for passive sampling and environmental analysis of emerging contaminants. Throughout his academic career, Dr Tizaoui has devoted himself to research and scholarly activities and has played a significant role in contributing towards various collaborative research programmes in the field of water and wastewater treatment processes. He has supervised significant number of PhD and Postdoc researchers to a successful completion and has published extensively in peer reviewed journals and international conferences as well as authoring technical reports for several organisations. His research into water treatment technologies has been funded by major funding bodies including the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, Royal Society, Royal Academy of Engineering and industry. He has been the head of the Chemical and Environmental Engineering Portfolio at Swansea University, a core member of the Heads of UK Chemical Engineering, and core member of the UK Institution of Chemical Engineering s Research Committee. He is member of the International Ozone Association and member of the EU PhD School of Advanced Oxidation Processes. Given his international expertise in ozone and water treatment technologies, he has recently organised the 2016 EA3G international conference on ozone and advanced oxidation for the water-energyfood-health nexus. He sits on the editorial boards of a number of peer-reviewed scientific journals and been a reviewer for many international funding bodies and has recently edited a special issue for the international journal of Ozone: Science and Engineering. Mustapha Meghraoui, France: Earthquake faulting and their implications for the Seismic hazard Assessment along the Plate Boundary in North Africa KEYNOTE 4 Dr. Meghraoui completed his Ph.D. (1988) at the University of Paris XI-Orsay (France) on the Seismotectonics and Paleoseismology of the Tell Atlas in Algeria. He is a senior scientist at the Institut de Physique du Globe at the University of Strasbourg (France). His working group has achieved major strides, releasing pioneering studies on the identification of active faults in intraplate Europe and interplate major continental active faults. They have developed paleoseismic studies in regions with fast active deformation and large earthquakes, and in regions with low-level seismicity in Europe. In particular, and for nearly 20 years now, the combination of micro-topography, shallow geophysics and trenching in active faulting studies has led to the group producing numerous peer-reviewed publications and internationally recognized research papers (ca. 90 articles in ISI-JCR journals, 2500 citations). These contributions focus on the development of paleoseismic and archeoseismic studies and earthquake geology in different tectonic domains (North African Atlas, North and East Anatolian fault, and Dead Sea fault), and on the comparison between regions with slow active deformation and regions with fast seismic slip release. Furthermore, their research focuses on the development of a conceptual framework to deepen our understanding of long-term faulting behavior in earthquake-prone regions, and on studies of faults in regions with the potential for large or moderate earthquakes and related physical characteristics. Dr. Meghraoui has contributed to many international scientific projects, supervised 12 Ph.D. theses and coordinated several European and international (UNESCO) projects. He has served as an editorial board member for the Annals of Geophysics and Natural Hazards journals. He is currently an Associate Editor of the Euro-Mediterranean Journal for Environmental Integration (Springer). In 2016 Dr. Meghraoui joined the AJGS as an Associate Editor responsible for evaluating submissions in the fields of Earthquake Geology, Paleoseismology, Archeoseismology, Seismotectonics and Neotectonics. EMCEI

18 23 8:30~10:00 NOV. KEYNOTES Panagiotis Karanis, Germany & China: Cryptosporidium: waterborne and foodborne transmission and worldwide outbreaks KEYNOTE 5 Professor Panagiotis Karanis obtained his PhD in Parasitology from Bonn University. Following post-doctoral research activities in Germany, Greece, Australia, Japan, Kanada, Thailand and China he has been working in the field of medical, epidemiological and molecular Parasitology, in particular waterborne parasitic diseases taken into account both the pathogen and the disease. He completed his habilitation at Bonn Medical School in Germany and got professorships in Japan (Obihiro University, National Research Center for Protozoan Diseases), Germany (Cologne Medical School) and China (Qinghai University). He has an outstanding academic background, excellent publication record with 110 original articles in journals related to Parasitology and Tropical Diseases. He has significant teaching experiences in the fields of Medical Parasitology, Tropical Diseases, human Macro-Anatomy, Neuroanatomy, Histology. He has authored a couple of book chapters in the Lexikon der Infektionskrankheiten (in German), in The Encyclopedia of Environmental Health and he is Editor of two international peer review Journals (Journal of Water and Health, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health). His worldwide research activities focused on the diagnosis and control of waterborne, foodborne and vectorborne parasitic diseases including the development of diagnostic assays useful for basic and clinical platforms in the field of biomedicine. He was the main speaker for the Nobel-Days-Lecture during the Nobel-Days-Festivities at the Örebro University in Sweden in December 10th, 2012, focused on Malaria vaccine development. Professor Karanis is an influential and most prominent Greek Parasitologist, having had fundamental role in triggering the interest of the German, Greek, Japanese, and Chinese governments for research contributions on parasitic diseases and their control in many countries. He founded the German-Greek Academy for Biomedicine in 2000 and he is looking forward to make the best use of existing skills and experiences and to provide worldwide opportunities for further responsibility and professional development on diagnostic assays for next generation biosensors and bio-detection techniques to control pathogens and most important infectious diseases. He was invited in 2014 to work for the Chinese Government as an invited Expert in the Platform of The One Thousand Talents Program established by the Government of China to recruit highly skilled university professors and researchers to China. In the following report we summarized research activities, facts and trends for the period Maurizio Barbieri, Italy: Hydrogeochemical assessment of groundwater quality. A case study of a wetland system in central Italy KEYNOTE 6 Dr. Barbieri holds a degree in Geological Sciences (1994) and a Ph.D. degree in Earth Sciences (1998) from Sapienza University of Rome (Italy). He is currently Associate Professor of Environmental Geochemistry and Hydrogeochemistry at Sapienza University of Rome (Italy). His current research focuses on the application of the geochemistry methodologies in the characterization of environmental problems. In particular, he studied the distribution of elements and isotopes in the Earth systems with emphasis on the use abundances and isotopic ratios in defining the interaction between different reservoirs (mantle, crust, atmosphere ad hydrosphere). He has also related interests in environmental geochemistry and Health studying the role of toxic trace elements (e.g. As, B and Hg), deriving from hydrogeochemical anomalies of natural origin, and on water quality. He is an Environmental Advisor (Hydrogeochemistry) for the International Project ( ) SECOSUD II Conservation and equitable use of biological diversity in the SADC region. The project is financed by the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation and implemented through Eduardo Mondlane University, SouthAfrican National Park and Sapienza University of Rome. He was a Scientific Coordinator ( ) for the Geochemical model of the Vico Lake (Central Italy), with particular regard to environmental arsenic (Client: Regional Agency for Environmental Protection of Lazio), and a Scientific coordinator for the Water Unit of the International Project ( ): Institutional Support to the management of Protected Areas in Albania funding from the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). In 2017 Dr. Barbieri joined the AJGS as an Associate Editor responsible for evaluating submissions in the fields of Environmental Geochemistry and Hydrogeochemistry/Water Quality. 18 EMCEI 2017

19 23 8:30~10:00 NOV. KEYNOTES Eric D. van Hullebusch, The Netherlands: Remediation of selenium contaminated wastewater KEYNOTE 7 Eric D. van Hullebusch received his PhD (Aquatic Chemistry and Microbiology) from Universite de Limoges (France) in His PhD research focused on the study of the fate, mobility and environmental impact of metals (copper and aluminium) used for the chemical treatment of eutrophic lakes. From November 2002 until October 2004 he was a Marie Curie Postdoctoral fellow at Wageningen University (the Netherlands) where his research focused on the optimization of anaerobic granular sludge reactors by studying the speciation, bioavailability and dosing strategies of trace metals. In November 2004 he became assistant professor at Université de Limoges (France) and in September 2005, he was appointed as associate professor in biogeochemistry of engineered ecosystems at Université Paris-Est (France). In March 2012, Eric van Hullebusch obtained his Habilitation qualification in Environmental Sciences from Université Paris-Est. The title of his Habilitation thesis is Biofilms in the environment: from anaerobic wastewater treatment to material bioweathering. In September 2016, he joined IHE Delft as chair professor in Environmental Science and Technology. Eric van Hullebusch has a significant experience in teaching at MSc level mainly in environmental chemistry, biogeochemistry, environmental geochemistry, environmental microbiology, biological wastewater treatment and biological organic waste treatment. Before joining IHE Delft, his research activities mainly focused on the three following topics: Study of metals and metalloids biogeochemistry in engineered ecosystems (e.g. bioreactors) mainly dedicated to wastewater treatment for pollution control and resource recovery, Investigation of the role of living organisms on the weathering of materials and minerals (concrete materials, metal sulfides and wastes such as metallurgical wastes for resource recovery,...), Soil remediation (advanced oxidation processes, combination of soil washing and bioremediation). Eric van Hullebusch has been involved in several international projects. From September 2010 until August 2014 he was coordinator of the IRSES FP7 EU project MINPOLLCONTROL (Mining wastes bio/weathering, pollution control and monitoring) involving IHE Delft and two Brazilian partners. Also, he has been lately involved in the coordination of 2 joint PhD programmes. The Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate ETeCoS3 (The Environmental Technologies for Contaminated Solids, Soils and Sediments) and the Marie Sklodowska-Curie - ITN European Joint Doctorate ABWET (Advanced Biological Waste-to-Energy Technologies). Eric van Hullebusch has published about 170 peer-reviewed papers since 2002 (h-index 29 and about 2700 citations Source Scopus). His main current research interests are focusing on developing ecotechnologies together with the members of his chair group: 1. Natural systems for the treatment of, and resource recovery from, domestic waste water, with an emphasis on nutrient cycles and related biological processes; 2. Solid organic waste management and resource recovery (bioenergy, biochar, compost, gas treatment) 3. Solid hazardous waste management and resource recovery (critical elements selective recovery) EMCEI

20 23 14:30~16:30 NOV. KEYNOTES José Paulo Sousa, Portugal: New Challenges for the Ecological Risk Assessment of Plant Protection Products to soil organisms in the EU KEYNOTE 8 José Paulo Sousa, Professor at the Department of Life Sciences University of Coimbra (UC), and a senior researcher at CFE-Centre for Functional Ecology. With over 140 papers published in indexed journals, he has been developing research on soil ecology and soil ecotoxicology. On soil ecology, his activities are focused on studying changes on soil biodiversity patterns (using soil invertebrates and trait based approaches) to assess changes in soil quality derived from changes in land-use and landscape fragmentation in agricultural and forest systems. More recently he has been interested in evaluating effects of extreme climatic events on soil organisms and service provision in agro-forest systems (in Mediterranean and sub-tropical systems). Regarding soil ecotoxicology, he has been working mainly in the Mediterranean region and the tropics (mainly Brazil) to assess effects of chemical substances (mainly pesticides) and wastes and to integrate in ERA schemes of contaminated soils. Current interests include assessing landscape resilience towards habitat change and pesticide use regarding biodiversity and service provision, especially pollination and pest control in Mediterranean systems and evaluating interaction between climate change and pesticide use on soil communities and service provisioning. He is a member of several European Workgroups responsible for the elaboration of test guidelines with soil invertebrates, published by ISO and OECD. Since 2009 is an external expert of the EFSA (European Food Safety Authority) attached to the Scientific Panel for Pesticides, being involved in the elaboration of the new technical guidance documents for pesticide registration in Europe. Since 2014 he has been appointed head of the thematic panel for Pesticides and GMOs for the Portuguese Food Safety Agency (ASAE). Besides doing active research, he is also involved in consulting involving both prospective (for Portuguese paper industry and Shell Thiogro) and retrospective risk assessment (for PETROBRÁS) activities. Jörg Römbke, Germany: Environmental Risk Assessment of Pesticides in Soil: Does it have to be different in different Regions? KEYNOTE 9 Dr. Römbke has a Ph.D. and a Diploma in Biology from the University of Frankfurt a.m.. In 1994, he co-founded ECT Oekotoxikologie GmbH (located in Flörsheim/Germany) as a private contract research laboratory, where he is still one of two Managing Directors. Dr. Römbke is responsible for ecotoxicological effect and fate tests as well as the environmental risk assessment of chemicals (pesticides, heavy metals, or pharmaceuticals) working both for chemical industry and for national and international governmental authorities. He has published about 150 papers in indexed journals. Dr. Römbke is specialized in the taxonomy, biogeography and ecology of soil fauna, in particular Oligochaeta such as earthworms and Enchytraeidae. He is involved in several ecological and ecotoxicological field studies in Germany, other European countries, Brazil (Amazonas, Parana) and North Africa, most recently the EU-FP7 project EcoFINDERS. He is especially interested in the development and standardization of ecotoxicological test methods as well as in the international harmonization of methods for biological soil monitoring, serving e.g. as chair of ISO TC 190/SC4 (the committee responsible for biological methods). 20 EMCEI 2017

21 23 14:30~16:30 NOV. KEYNOTES Baghded Ouddane, France: Implications of sulphide on trace metal pollution mobility in sediment KEYNOTE 10 Baghdad OUDDANE is Full Professor of Environmental and Water Chemistry in Lille University (France), he has obtained his PhD in 1990 and his HDR (Higher Degree by Research) in 1997 at Lille University. Lecturer ( ) and Full Professor at Lille1 University since 2003, he was the team Leader of the group Marine and Analytical Chemistry (UMR 8217 CNRS- Lille 1) consisting of 20 persons (10 permanent and 10 PhD students). He is the responsible of a Master «Water Treatment» in Lille University. Elected member of the National Universities Commission (CNU section 32), elected member in academic council of Lille1 University and an elected member of the Council of the Chemistry Department. His research activity covers a broad spectrum of environmental studies of the speciation of trace metals in natural waters and sediments, studies of biogeochemical processes in aquatic environments (rivers, canals and coastal areas), development of new analytical methods as a tool for monitoring environmental processes. He has supervised more than 20 graduation courses MASTER and 25 PhD. He has published 128 publication in international journals and more than 170 communications in national and international conferences, co-authors of four books chapter (two popular sciences). He is Research project evaluator at the French Research Funding Agency (ANR), participation in several thesis committees as examiner or president in French and foreign universities. Occasional referee for several international journals in the field of environment (Chemosphere, Environmental Science & Technology, Environmental Pollution, Biogeochemistry, Journal of Environmental Monitoring, AAS Journal, Water Research, Separation Science and Technology). He has organized several seminars and International Conference in the field of Water Chemistry and Water Treatment. Gilles Colinet, Belgium: Services and dysservices of collective gardens in urban areas: a soil perspective KEYNOTE 11 GILLES COLINET (Belgian, born in 1967) is assistant professor in Liege University (Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech). He was graduated as Engineer in agronomy, with a specialisation in Soil Science, in Its professional carrer begins with a two-year cooperation work in Mali, a few month of research in Liege University dedicated to modeling the global carbon cycle and two years of technical and administrative support on GIS and databases to the Agriculture General Direction of the European Commission. In 1997, he comes back to Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech as a research and teaching assistant under the supervision of Professor Laurent Bock. The title of the PhD (in french) was: «Metallic trace elements in soils: Contribution to knowledge of the factors of their spatial distribution in the belgian silt loess» (defense in 2003). After studying the natural background, he focussed his researches about trace elements on the relationships between soil, water and plants the bioavailability an mobility of elements- and mapping in contaminated environments, among which the calaminary sites in Belgium and the copper ecosystems in Katanga. Simultaneously, Gilles Colinet developped research about (1) risks of contaminations of the food chain in urban gardens, management and rehabilitation of brownfields and soil remediation, (2) monitoring of soil quality in croplands and forests in relationship with the quality of hydrosphere (nitrate, phosphorus, pesticides...) and (3) the integretaion of digital soil maps and point databases to build soil reference systems in Southern Belgium. Gilles Colinet teaches applied soil science in the Liege University for bioengineers, geologists and geographs, as well as in specialized master degrees. He also coordinates a formation about the management of polluted sites in continuing education. Gilles Colinet has supervised numerous master thesis in Belgium and overseas, seven PhD plus seven others at present time- and twenty or so research projects in Belgium, Democratic republic of Congo, Morocco, Burkina Faso, China, Philippines, and Bolivia. EMCEI

22 23 17:00~19:30 NOV. KEYNOTES Barbara Koch, Germany: Geodata the tool for environmental and sustainable spatial planning KEYNOTE 12 Barbara Koch started her academic career with the university degree (Diplom) in Forest Sciences in 1982 at the research institute for Landscape Planning and Nature Conservation at the Ludwigs-Maximilians University in Munich (Germany). She worked as researcher at the Albert-Ludwigs-University and Technical University of Munich in close co-operation with the German Space Research Center in Oberpfaffenhofen. In 1994 she became full professor at the Albert-Ludwig University of Freiburg for Remote Sensing and Landscape Information Systems. Her research was always multi-disciplinary and international oriented and focused on remote sensing and geodata modelling for various applications. She became the first dean of the Faculty of Environment and Natural Resources. Besides her engagement in a number of university boards she is today Dean of Studies at the Faculty and member of the Senate of the University. In addition she is head of the Steinbeis FeLis a unit in the Steinbeis company to bring research into applications. As director of the Centre of Renewable Energies and leader of the Sustainability and Transformation Platform, she gained deep insight of societal and professional requirements. Over the past years, she became more and more engaged in strategic science management responsible for the development of research and education programmes. Jean-Paul Barusseau, France: Evolution of GSDs in the coastal zone, new insights KEYNOTE 13 Dr. Jean-Paul Barusseau is attached to the center of education, training and research on marine environments (CEFREM). He is a geologist sedimentologist, specialized in studies of the coastal zone. His interest is directed towards the history of these environments during the Late Quaternary, especially the second half of the Holocene, and their dynamic evolution in the Recent with a particular interest in the issue of sandy coast erosion. His work has been conducted in France (Bay of Biscay, Gulf of Lions) and Africa, particularly in Senegal and Mauritania. In Senegal, his work has concerned the Petite Côte, the post-dam evolution of Senegal River Valley and the Saloum river delta; in he participated in the revision of the geological map, such as 1/ sheets of the river valley and 1/50000 sheets of the Petite Côte (PASMI program). In Mauritania, he participated in the study of the Banc d Arguin area in order to present a land-sea continuum of the coastal sedimentary unit evolution, from the coastal plain to the marine basin during the Late Holocene (PACOBA program). He is member of the Scientific Council of the PNBA. His work provided 156 publications. He was the director of 12 Ph.D. theses. Maria Snoussi, Morocco: Can ICZM help the resilience of disappearing beaches in the face of climate change? KEYNOTE 14 Maria Snoussi is a Senior Professor at Mohammed V University in Rabat (Morocco). She is the first non- French personality elected President of the Scientific Council of the Research Institute for Development (IRD). Prof. Snoussi is also a member of the Steering Committee of Mediterranean Experts on Environmental and Climate Change (MedECC), and Chair of the MedWet/STN Specialist Group on Wetlands and Climate Change; she was also, among others, member of the Scientific Steering Committee of the IOC / UNESCO Global Ocean Observing System, Chair of the Coastal Systems Committee at CIESM, and member of the IGCP / UNESCO Scientific Board. She is (has been) also a partner / leader in several national, European and international projects and a consultant for UNEP, IOC, IUCN and WWF. 22 EMCEI 2017

23 23 17:00~19:30 NOV. KEYNOTES Gil Mahé, France: Assessment of the impact of dams on river regimes, sediment transports to the sea, and coastal changes KEYNOTE 15 Dr. Gil Mahé: Research Director at the Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD). He is an hydroclimatologist specialized on West and Central Africa and Maghreb, PhD of the Faculty of Sciences of Paris XI, on the topic of African discharges to the ocean and links with climate and ocean variability, and HDR of the Montpellier University on the topic of Relationships between man, environment and water resources in Africa and climate change. He received the Georges Hachette Award from the Société de Géographie de Paris for his PhD work published by ORSTOM. He is responsible for the FRIEND program UNESCO. International Hydrological Program, and coordinator of the MEDFRIEND program for the Mediterranean. He is the President of the International Commission of Surface Water of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences, and member of the Scientific Commission of the International Sediment Initiative and of the Large River Initiative (UNESCO). He is member of the pedagogical team of the Master GOES of the University Mohammed V of Rabat, and associate member of the Research Center on Water, Natural Resources, Environment and Sustainable Development of the University of Rabat. He is responsible for two research programs in Tunisia PHC/RYSCMED and in Morocco PHC/CASBA. He also participates in two research programs in Algeria and in Gabon/Congo. He has been elected member of the Specialists Commission n 36 at the University of Montpellier, and spent 13 years at IRD Specialists or partnership Commissions. He has been for 5 years team leader of the Water team of the IGCP/International Geological Program of UNESCO, and he is member of the Scientific Commission of the program Abandonned Mines» of IGCP/Swedish funds. He has been member of the UNESCO expert group on the impact of land cover changes on hydrological regimes. He has been a 6-year Associated Editor of Hydrological Sciences Journal, and he is currently Associate Editor of Ecohydrology and Hydrobiology/Elsevier» and of «Climatologie» AIC journal. He is responsible for the conference cycle on the hydrology of African Large river basins UNESCO/IAHS, started in 2015, and scientific editor of numerous special issues of journals and books. He is teaching since several years in Maghreb Universities and High Schools an initiation to bibliometry, to master and doctorate students and researchers. Rachid Slimane, KSA: R&D for Clean Energy Production Through Responsible Utilization of Various Feedstocks Including Coal, Biomass, and Hydrocarbons KEYNOTE 16 Baghdad OUDDANE is Full Professor of Environmental and Water Chemistry in Lille University (France), he has obtained his PhD in 1990 and his HDR (Higher Degree by Research) in 1997 at Lille University. Lecturer ( ) and Full Professor at Lille1 University since 2003, he was the team Leader of the group Marine and Analytical Chemistry (UMR 8217 CNRS- Lille 1) consisting of 20 persons (10 permanent and 10 PhD students). He is the responsible of a Master «Water Treatment» in Lille University. Elected member of the National Universities Commission (CNU section 32), elected member in academic council of Lille1 University and an elected member of the Council of the Chemistry Department. His research activity covers a broad spectrum of environmental studies of the speciation of trace metals in natural waters and sediments, studies of biogeochemical processes in aquatic environments (rivers, canals and coastal areas), development of new analytical methods as a tool for monitoring environmental processes. He has supervised more than 20 graduation courses MASTER and 25 PhD. He has published 128 publication in international journals and more than 170 communications in national and international conferences, co-authors of four books chapter (two popular sciences). He is Research project evaluator at the French Research Funding Agency (ANR), participation in several thesis committees as examiner or president in French and foreign universities. Occasional referee for several international journals in the field of environment (Chemosphere, Environmental Science & Technology, Environmental Pollution, Biogeochemistry, Journal of Environmental Monitoring, AAS Journal, Water Research, Separation Science and Technology). He has organized several seminars and International Conference in the field of Water Chemistry and Water Treatment. EMCEI

24 WORKSHOPS WORKSHOP 1 - Essam Heggy, USA: Groundwater Exploration in the Solar System: «the Restless Hunt for Life» WORKSHOP 2 - Nabil Khélifi, Germany & Abdullah Al-Amri, Saudi Arabia: Springer Workshop - How to get published in a scientific journal: Tips from Springer Editors WORKSHOP 3 - Amjad Kallel, Tunisia: Editing a paper from submission to publication WORKSHOP 4 - Hamed Ben Dhia, Tunisia: Integrated Environmental Approach - City of Sfax, Tunisia WORKSHOP 5 - Mohamed Ksibi, Tunisia: 3rd Workshop of the Euro-Mediterranean Consortium of Higher Education and Industrial Institutions: Freshwater and Climate Change 24 EMCEI 2017

25 25 09:00~10:00 NOV. WORKSHOPS Essam Heggy, USA: Groundwater Exploration in the Solar System: the Restless Hunt for Life WORKSHOP 1 Essam Heggy is a Planetary Scientist at the Viterbi School of Engineering in the University of Southern California and a ROSETTA Co-Investigator at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Heggy obtained both Master and PhD in Astronomy and Astrophysics with a major in Space and Planetary sciences respectively in 1999 and 2002 with distinguished honours from the Sorbonne-UPMC Paris University in France. His research interests in space and planetary geophysics aims to understand water and ice distributions in Earth arid regions, Mars, the Moon, Icy satellites and Near Earth Objects. His research involves probing structural, hydrological and volcanic elements in terrestrial and planetary environments using different types of radar imaging and sounding techniques as well as measuring the electromagnetic properties of rocks in the radar frequency range. He is currently a member of the science team of the MARSIS instrument aboard the Mars Express Orbiter, the Mini-SAR experiment aboard Chandrayaan-1, the Mini-RF experiment on board the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter and the CONSERT radar experiment on board the Rosetta mission. He is also a contributing scientist to several proposed planetary and terrestrial radar imaging and soundings experiments and participated in several NASA radar mission concept design. Before Joining USC, Heggy was a Research Scientist in the Radar Science Group at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory and Visiting Associate in Geology at the California Institute of Technology, Tenure Associated Professor of Geophysics at the Institute of Earth Physics in Paris, France (Institut de Physique de Globe de Paris) and a visiting scientist at the NASA Johnson Space Center and the Lunar and Planetary Institute in Houston, Texas :30~11:30 NOV. WORKSHOPS Nabil Khélifi, Germany & Abdullah Al-Amri, Saudi Arabia: Springer Workshop - How to get published in a scientific journal: Tips from Springer Editors WORKSHOP 2 Dr. Nabil Khélifi holds a B.Sc. in Natural Sciences (2001) and an M.Sc. in Earth & Environmental Sciences (2004) from the University of Sfax (Tunisia). He received fellowships from the global change System for Analysis, Research and Training (START) in 2005 and the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) from 2006 to 2010 to continue with his Ph.D. studies in Marine Geosciences (Specialty: Paleooceanography and Paleoclimatology) at the University of Kiel in Germany. After completing his Ph.D. in 2010, Dr. Khélifi received a postdoctoral research grant from the German Science Foundation (DFG) to pursue his self-designed research projects at the GEOMAR Ocean Research Centre in Kiel, Germany, which involved reconstructing past changes in oceanography and climate in the North Atlantic and the Mediterranean Sea using marine sediment samples retrieved by the International Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) and applying foraminiferal and geochemical proxy methods. He subsequently published his research findings in prominent scientific journals. Dr. Khélifi also received funding from the European Science Foundation (ESF) and some European universities to co-organize with colleagues from Kiel, Bordeaux and Bristol two Workshops on Pliocene climate in Bordeaux, France (2009) and Bristol, UK (2013). In early 2014 he received the Swiss Government Excellence Scholarship (SGES) to continue with his research projects at the ETH in Zurich, Switzerland. Although his interest in scientific research remained strong, in March 2014 he decided to pursue his career as a Senior Publishing Editor with Springer (a part of Springer Nature) in Heidelberg, Germany. He is mainly responsible for developing Springer s publishing program in the Middle East & North Africa (MENA). The program currently consists of developing 18 academic journals from the Arab World and publishing numerous scientific books each year. Dr. Khélifi also helps researchers in MENA countries publish their work by delivering educational seminars for authors, reviewers, and journal editors to help improve their publication output and quality. He is also a Visiting Lecturer at the University of Carthage, Tunisia and King Saud University, KSA, where he offers M.Sc./Ph.D. courses on geo-communication/ presentations and techniques for publishing papers, and career professional development workshops. Most recently, Dr. Khélifi was awarded the 2016 Africa Green Future Leadership Award in recognition of work contributing to sustainable development by advancing science and promoting publications in Africa and the Middle East. In 2017 Dr. Khélifi launched the first Springer conference dedicated to promoting the Euro-Mediterranean integration process, stressing the vulnerability and need for proactive remediation of the Euro-Mediterranean environment. EMCEI

26 25 10:30~11:30 NOV. WORKSHOPS WORKSHOP 2 Dr. Al-Amri holds a B.Sc. in Geology (1981) from King Saud University (KSA), a M.Sc. in Applied Geophysics (1985) from the University of South Florida (USA) and a Ph.D. degree in Earthquake Seismology (1990) from the University of Minnesota (USA). He is currently a Professor of Earthquake Seismology at King Saud University (KSU), the Director of the Seismic Studies Center at KSU, the Chairman of KSU s Geology and Geophysics Department and the President of the Saudi Society for Geosciences (SSG). He has received several international prizes and awards for scientific excellence and innovation. His research interests focus on crustal structures and seismic microzoning of the Arabian Peninsula. He has conducted more than 45 research projects, the most recent of which involved EM and MT applications in deep groundwater exploration of the Empty Quarter, and geothermal prospecting of volcanic Harrats in the Arabian shield. He has co-published 65 research articles in international indexed and refereed journals and authored several books. In 2008 Dr. Al-Amri, in close partnership with Springer, founded the Arabian Journal of Geosciences (AJGS) on behalf of the SSG :30~12:30 NOV. WORKSHOPS Amjad Kallel, Tunisia: Editing a paper from submission to publication WORKSHOP 3 Dr. Amjad Kallel holds a B. Eng. in Georesources and Environment (1998) from the University of Sfax (Tunisia), an M.Sc. degree and a Ph.D. degree in Georesources and Environment (2004) from Hokkaido University (Japan). He joined Venture Business Laboratory (VBL) at Akita University, Japan ( ) as a researcher focusing on refining and recycling technologies for the recovery of rare elements from natural and secondary sources. Back in Tunisia, he worked at the University of Gabes from where he contributed to the elaboration of teaching programs at the Higher Institute of Water Sciences and Technologies of Gabes. Since 2011, he has been lecturing at the Sfax National School of Engineering (University of Sfax, Tunisia). There, he has also been involved in various research projects related to Environmental Geology and Environmental Geotechnics. In addition, Dr. Kallel is involved as a consultant in urban and environmental projects for the Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development in Tunisia. Dr. Kallel has organized many prestigious workshops, seminars and international conferences. Currently, he is supporting the editorial board of the Euro-Mediterranean Journal for Environmental Integration (Springer). In 2016 Dr. Kallel joined the AJGS as an Assistant Editor supporting the Editor-in- Chief. 26 EMCEI 2017

27 25 10:30~12:30 NOV. WORKSHOPS Hamed Ben Dhia, Tunisia: Integrated Environmental Approach - City of Sfax, Tunisia WORKSHOP 4 Dr. Ben Dhia is currently a Professor Emeritus in the Sfax National School of Engineering (University of Sfax, Tunisia). He trained in Tunisia and then in France where he graduated and obtained his PhD in Geothermal Energy & Aquifers Modeling from the Faculty of Sciences, Bordeaux and the Mining School of Paris. His working career started from Libya in the sector of water research within the Saharan region ( ), to Morocco with the National Phosphate Company ( ), and ended in Tunisia as a lecturer/professor at the University of Sfax ( ), active in several research projects focusing on Hydrogeology, Geothermal Energy, Environmental Sciences and Engineering Geology. He has co-published more than 180 papers at national and international journals. Furthermore, he supervised and successfully handled about 50 master and 30 doctoral theses. Dr. Ben Dhia was also appointed as Head of the Earth Science Department ( ) and Director ( ) of the National School of Engineers of Sfax, and President (Rector) of the University of Sfax ( ). This long career permitted him to acquire solid skills and expertise in several fields such as Natural Resources, Green Growth, University Management and Entrepreneurship Learning/Coaching :30~12:30 NOV. WORKSHOPS Mohamed Ksibi, Tunisia: 3rd Workshop of the Euro-Mediterranean Consortium of Higher Education and Industrial Institutions: Freshwater and Climate Change WORKSHOP 5 Dr. Ksibi obtained his MSc (1989) and PhD (1993) degrees in Applied Chemistry from the University of Poitiers, France. He also gained the Habilitation (HDR) in Chemistry from the University of Sfax, Tunisia (2003). Afterwards, he received a one-year postdoctoral research fellowship at the National Institute of Scientific and Technical Research (Tunisia, 1995) and then was appointed as an Adjunct Professor in Chemistry (1996), Assistant Professor (1999), Associate Professor (2004) and as a full Professor of Chemistry (2009) at the University of Sfax, Tunisia. In 2011, he became Director of the High Institute of Biotechnology at the University of Sfax. His research focuses on chemicals in the environment, water and wastewater treatment and reuse. He developed new methods for toxicity assessment of water containing various pollutants (dyes, phenolic and pharmaceutical compounds, pulp and paper mills pollute water, domestic wastewater, etc.) after applying different wastewater treatment techniques. He has co-published about 60 papers in indexed journals. He has been involved in establishing several joint scientific projects with Moroccan, Portuguese, German and Japanese scientists aiming at studying the quantification and risk assessment of emerging organic contaminants and heavy metals in soil and surface waters in Tunisia. Most recently, he has been participating at the NATO-SfP project Remediation Processes in Uranium and other Mining Explorations. EMCEI

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31 TOPIC 1. Innovative Approaches & Methods for Environmental Sustainability Conference Scientific Committee Abdeltif Amrane: Institute of Chemical Sciences of Rennes, France Achraf Ghorbal: ISSAT Gabes, University of Gabes, Tunisia Aida Kesraoui: University of Sousse, Tunisia Anastasios Zouboulis: Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece Bassem Jaouadi: Centre of Biotechnology of Sfax, Tunisia Chavalit Ratanatamskul: Chulalongkorn University Bangkok, Thailand Kenichi Kachiwagui: University of Tsukuba, Japan Michaël Badawi: Institute of Jean Barriol, University of Lorraine, France Moncef Khadhraoui: ISBS, University of Sfax, Tunisia Sudip Chakraborty: University of Calabria, Italy Suela Kellici: London South Bank University, United Kingdom Zouhair Ksibi: University of Tunis El Manar, Tunisia EMCEI

32 23 10:30~13:00 NOV. Session: T1-PS1 Room: Big Hall ID806: Zero-Liquid Discharge Desalination of Hypersaline Shale Gas Wastewater: Challenges and Future Directions Viviani Onishi, Juan Reyes-Labarta, José Caballero ID764: Impact of agricultural policies on the technical and economic parameters of the olive value chain in the Djelfa region (Algeria) Attallaoui Leila, Benziouche Salah Eddine, Ka Atchemdi ID862: A New Method to Estimate the Instantaneous pollutants Emissions From line sources Hicham Gourgue, Ahmed Aharoune, Ahmed Ihlal ID814: From phyto to agromining: past, present, and future scope Luís A. B. Novo, Paula M. L. Castro, Paula Alvarenga, Eduardo Ferreira Da Silva ID218: Fernand Pouillon s architecture: a sustainable model in Algeria Soumaya Kersenna, Salah Chaouche ID840: A laboratory investigation of the hydraulic performance of string-wound filters Giacomo Viccione, Stefania Evangelista ID630: Effect of Chemical modifications on the Adsorption of Nickel ions Using Micro-Particles of Dry Palm fibers Asma Boudaoud, Mebrouk Djedid, Mokhtar Benalia, Chifaa Ad, Hicham Elmsellem, Amina Zaid ID487: Variation of ten durum wheat genotypes yield and nitrogen agronomic efficiency under mediterranean subhumid condition Kalthoum Harbaoui, Karima Belguesmi, Amel Mguidiche, Abdennour Sebei, Chahine Karmous ID847: Removal of arsenic by iron (hydr)oxide impregnated granular activated carbon derived from a Tunisian date stones Farah Bouhamed, Zaineb Baccari, Zouheir Elouaer, Jalel Bouzid ID584: Study of methylen blue adsorption in aqueous solution using alginate-bentonite beads Asma Oussalah, Abdelhamid Boukerroui ID166: Easy and cost effective preparation of cellulose beads from almond shell: Characterization and application in Copper (II) adsorption from aqueous solutions Najeh Maaloul ID509: Carboxylic magnetic latex particles using seeded emulsion polymerization Zied Marzougui, Mohamed Damak, Ahmed Bitar, Geraldine Augsti, Quentin Lelong, Abdelhamid Elaissari, Boubaker Elleuch ID132: Adsorptive removal of cationic and anionic dyes from aqueous solution by utilizing Reed treated with Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate as a new bioadsorbent Sarra Karoui, Rim Ben Arfi, Karine Mougin, Achraf Ghorbal ID255: Enhanced Removal of Eriochrome Black T from Water using Phragmites australis functionalized with Cetyltrimethylammonium Bromide (CTAB) Rim Ben Arfi, Sarra Karoui, Karine Mougin, Achraf Ghorbal ID486: Municipal solid waste (MSW) bio-drying: an experimental prototype conception Mohamed Ali Saihi, Rami Hkiri, Mohamed Damak, Zaineb Braiek, Mourad Ayadi, Neila Bahloul, Emna Ammar, Nabil Kechaou ID917: SORPTION EFFICIENCY OF POLYETHYLENEIMINEMETHYLENE PHOSPHORIC ACID GRAFTED MAGNETIC FE3O4 MICOPARTICULES TOWARDS URANYL Nacer Ferrah, Mabrouk Eloussaief, Eric Guibal ID887: Solar photodegradation using zinc oxide catalyst for the elimination of phenol and acetamiprid from water D. Tassalit, O. Benhabiles, N. Chekir, N. Kasbadji Merzouk, M. Sahraoui, S. Nouissi ID886: Degradation of Pharmaceutical Contaminant in Water using a Fountain Photoreactor D. Tassalit, N. Chekir, O. Benhabiles, N. Kasbadji Merzouk, M. Bradai, H. Kissarli 32 EMCEI 2017

33 24 08:30~10:30 NOV. Session: T1-OS1 Room: Room 1 ID155: Photocatalytic membrane reactor for sustainable environmental remediation Sudip Chakraborty, Jaya Sikder, Debolina Mukherjee, Stefano Curcio, Vincenza Calabro ID613: REAGRITECH: A relevant model of sustainable water management Marwa Ben Saad, Lorena Aguilar Perez, Angel Gallegos, Beatriz Missagia, Raquel Rubio, Myriam Ben Said, Ahmed Ghrabi, Jordi Morato ID852: Integrating future climate change, CO2 increase and technology progress on wheat production in northern Tunisia Mohamed Annabi, Haithem Bahri, Hatem Cheikh M Hamed ID195: Terrace Gardens sustainable carbon sinks in modern Urban dynamics Roohul Abad Khan, Amadur Rahman Khan, Abdullah M. Al Fatais, Abdulsalam Ahmed Ayed Alqarni ID278: Urban morphology for a better sustainable urban strategy: Case of Study Tunis Safa Achour Younsi, Fakher Kharrat ID854: Can conservation agriculture sequester soil carbon in the longterm in northern Tunisia? Haithem Bahri, Mohamed Annabi, Abir Saoueb, Hatem Cheikh M Hamed, Amir Souissi, Roukaya Chibani, Bochra Amina Bahri ID851: Stand Alone, Low Temperature Solar Still Abderrahmane Diaf, Soumia Mellak, Nacera Rallemi, Kamel Benabdellaziz ID753: Evaluation of the inhibiting effect of organic compounds on the adsorption of iodine compounds in cation-exchanged zeolites: a DFT study Etienne Hessou, Hicham Jabraoui, Mouheb Chebbi, Siwar Chibani, Laurent Cantrel, Michael Badawi ID53: Decolourization of Real Textile Wastewater by the combination of photocatalytic and biological oxidation process. Teklit Amabye, Eric D. Van Hullebusch, Kiros Hagos ID772: Efficient removal of methylene blue from aqueous solutions using olive stone and rye straw as abundant adsorbents Sana Dardouri, Asma Jedidi, Jalila Sghaier ID353: Water quality modeling in the Mediterranean river basins Anna Malago, Faycal Bouraoui ID375: Characterization of Glauber hydrate salt, recoverable from the disposal of lead batteries, when used for thermal energy storage. Maria Gabriela De Paola, Marilena De Simone, Natale Arcuri, Vincenza Calabro EMCEI

34 24 11:00~13:00 NOV. Session: T1-PS2 Room: Big Hall ID233: Effect of amphiphilic copolymers on Armco steel corrosion Narimene El Korso, Fatima Zohra Sebba, Seghier Ould Kada, Nihel Dib ID210: Simplified model for adsorption method on activated carbon in fluidized bed reactor Ghozlane Khaled, Kahina Abdelkrim, Fares Zouaoui, Saliha Bourouina ID679: OPTIMIZED PHYSICO-CHEMICAL TREATMENT OF THE FUEL WASHING WATER OF AN INDUSTRIAL GAS-BLOK WITH FERRIC CHLORIDE AND POLYMER Qachach Hajar, Abouri Meriem, Souabi Salah, Tahiri Mohamed, Chanaa Imane ID306: Comparative study of natural and synthetic clays used as supported catalysts in dyes degradation by advanced oxidation processes Hafsa Rabah, Khadidja Khaldi, Abderrahim Choukchou- Braham, Djahida Lerari-Zinai, Khaldoun Bachari ID327: Adsoptive Removal of an azo dye (Methyle Orange) onto a low cost adsorbent using the methodology of experimental research Imane Bencheikh, Imane Abourouh, Said Kitane, Abdelmalek Dahchour, Mohammadine El Mrabet, Souad El Hajjaji ID760: Catalytic wet air oxidation of parahydroxybenzoic acid by catalysts based on zirconia Itidel Belkadhi, Mohamed Achref Bouabdellah, Lassaad Ben Hammouda, Zouhaier Ksibi caracterisations of PDLA/TPS Khadija Mbarki, Mariem Fersi, Adel Sayari, Boubaker Elleuch ID320: Determination of tetracyclines, macrolides and others drugs in waters, Northern Tunisia by an off-line SPE combined with on-line SPE-LC-MS/MS Ines Tlili, Rafika Ben Sghaier, Giovanni Caria, Baghdad Ouddane, Riadh Ternane, Sopheak Net, Ibtissem Ghorbel-Abid, Malika Ayadi ID636: Renovation of a agro-foods supply chain to stabilize the prizes of the meat chickens Boudahri Fethi ID699: WAter Saving in Agriculture: technological developments for the sustainable management of limited water resources in the Mediterranean area Sihem Benabdallah ID735: Photocatalytic degradation of ibuprofen in pharmaceutical industry wastewaterusing a TiO2/ UV-LED system Nabil Jallouli, Luisa Pastrana-Martínez,, Ana Rita Ribeiro, Nuno Moreira, Joaquim Faria, Olfa Hentati, Adrián Silva, Mohamed Ksibi ID910 - PARAMETER VARIATION OF CRYSTAL VIOLET DEGRADATION ON TIO2-FIBROUS CLAY MATERIAL Imen Saadaoui, Mabrouk Eloussaief ID244: Elaboration of a lignocellulosic material for a comparative study of adsorption of micropollutants in aqueous solution Rechache Mustapha, Ould Kada Sieghier ID122: ADSORPTION OF ORANGE METHYL FROM AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS BY LAYERED DOUBLE HYDROXIDES Aissat Miloud, Bettahar Noureddine ID245: Biodegradion studies and thermomechanical 34 EMCEI 2017

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39 TOPIC 2. Environmental Risk Assessment, Bioremediation, Ecotoxicology & Environmental Safety Conference Scientific Committee Eric D. van Hullebusch: University of Paris Est, France Giulia Guerriero: Interdepartmental Research Center for Environment, Federico II University, Naples, Italy Imene Dridi: FST, University of Tunis El Manar, Tunisia José Paulo F.A. de Sousa: Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal Lassaad Chouba: INSTM, Tunisia Marc Maboeta: North West University South Africa, South Africa Marilyne Soubrand: University of Limoges, France Muhd Naushad: King Saud University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Noureddine Soltani: Badji Mokhtar University, Annaba, Algeria Seref Turhan: Kastamonu Üniversitesi, Turkey Olfa Hentati: ISBS, University of Sfax, Tunisia Tahar Mechichi: ENIS, University of Sfax, Tunisia Yannick Mamindy-Pajany: Institut Mines Télécom (IMT) Lille Douai, France EMCEI

40 23 10:30~13:00 NOV. Session: T2-PS1 Room: Big Hall ID153: Assessing impacts on aquatic ecosystem of milk production in Algeria Farroudja Younsi, Krim Louhab ID171: Application of Bacteriophage and Essential Oil to monitor bacterial biofilm formation Myriam Ben Said, Dhekra Trabelsi, Faouzi Achouri, Marwa Ben Saad, Latifa Bousselmi, Ahmed Ghrabi ID235: Magnetically separable low cost adsorbant for bioremediation of Th(IV) and methylne blue dye from water sample Sugam Chavan, Sandip Sabale, Vikas Jadhav, Prashant Chikode ID404: The effects of 15-Year municipal wastewater irrigation on olive cultivated soil Yassine Hidri, Olfa Boussadia, Naceur Jedidi, Abdennaceur Hassen ID291: Impact of a neonicotinoid insecticide thiamethoxam on metric indexes and enzymatic activity of Glutathione S-transferase in adult females of a mosquitofish Gambusia affinis Salima Chouahda, Yasmine Cheghib, Noureddine Soltani ID578: Fluctuating asymmetry in Acanthodactylus boskianus living in a contaminated area close to Gabès city (southern Tunisia) Intissar Nasri, Slaheddine Selmi ID56: Evaluation of the potential side-effects of novaluron an insect growth disruptor on the shrimp Palaemon adspersus: cuticle secretion and chitin contents Hinda Berghiche, Hamida Benradia, Noureddine Soltani ID209: ANTIFUNGAL ACTIVITY OF ISOLATED LACTIC ACID BACTERIA STRAIN FROM WHEAT AGAINST SOME Fusarium graminearum STRAINS Souad Makhloufi, Serra Djaaboub, Abdallah Moussaoui, Sliman Benouis ID432: Mechanisms of DDT- induced hypothyroidism in rats Olfa Tebourbi, Neila Marouani, Dorsaf Hallègue, Mohamed Tahar Yacoubi, Mohsen Sakly, Khémais Ben Rhouma ID447: Rotifers of Foum El Ghis dam Nassima Doukhandji, Somia Hamil, Abdeslem Arab ID461: Biodegradation of liquid sludges hydrocarbons issued from oil refining by a soil bacterial consortium Nadia Khelifi, Ichrak Ben Hriz, Intidhar Jbali, Ayed Halleb, Issam Smaali, Moktar Hamdi ID484: Removal of excess fluoride ion from Saharan groundwater using local clay adsorbent: optimization of adsorption conditions Nabbou Nouria, Belhachemi Meriem, Boumelik Mustapha, Harek Yahia, Merzougui Touhami, Mokadam Ikram ID497: impact of carbon nanotubes on the germination of the Phaseolus Vulgaris seeds Messaouda Boulmaali, Amel Zafour Hadj-Ziane ID530: Fumigant toxicity and repellent effect of Azadirachtin against the lesser grain beetle, Rhyzopertha dominica (F.) (Col.: Bostrichidae) Samir Tine, Fouzia Tine-Djebbar ID825: BIOACCUMULATION OF THE MERCURY BY GENUS BAETIS (EPHEMEROPTERA, MACROINVERTEBRATES) Bouchelouche Djaouida, Saal Imane, Hafiane Mouna, Arab Abdeslem ID582: USING AN ECO-SYSTEM FOR FRIGHTENING FISH-EATING BIRDS Mohamed Alrajhi ID62: Bioecology of Culicidae (Diptera ; Nematocera) of the wetlands of Tizi-Ouzou (Algeria) Lounaci Zohra, Doumandji Salaheddine, Doumandji- Mitiche B Bahia ID356: Occurrence, Sources and Environmental Health risk assesement of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon in domestic effluents dicharges in Wadi El Bey (Tunisia) Imen Gdara, Ines Zrafi, Catia Balducci, Angelo Cecinato, Ahmed Ghrabi ID173: Growth and responses of biomarkers in the snail Helix aspersa (Mollusca, Gastropoda) used as bioindicator of soil pollution in Northeast of Algeria Yousra Bairi, Karima Sifi, Noureddine Soltani 40 EMCEI 2017

41 24 08:30~10:30 NOV. Session: T2-OS1 Room: Big Hall ID871: Optimization of different key culture conditions for enhanced biodegradation of a refractory emerging pollutant by a bacterial isolate through a statistical approach Claudia Popa Ungureanu, Lidia Favier, Gabriela Bahrim ID755: Behavior of titanium dioxide nanoparticles in terrestrial systems evaluation trough batch and leaching column tests Eliana Tassi, Francesca Bretzel, Manuele Scatena, Roberto Pini ID159: Organic Carbon in Urban Wetland Sediments and Implication for Potential Greenhouse Gas Emission Shuai Shao, Xiuquan Tai, Feng Zhen, Jianbing Li, Yubao Li ID189: Biostimulation of Microbial Community by Carob (Ceratonia siliqua) to Degrade total petroleum hydrocarbon (TPH) in Contaminated Soil Latifa Hamoudi-Belarbi, L Hadi Nouri, Leila Bendifallah, Safia Hamoudi, Khaled Belkacemi ID397: Response of Solanum lycopersicum to the exposure to the most used pesticides in Tunisia Ikram Jaabiri Kamoun, Rim Baccar Yangui, Jalel Bouzid, Radhia Gargouri Bouzid ID491: Environmental impact evaluation of cropping systems using life cycle assessment: Case study of centural Tunisia Meriem Jouini, Yannick Biard, Nadhira Benaissa, Julien Burte, Hajer Amara, Carole Sinfort ID756: Metal Induced Cytopathologies InThe Copepod Tigriopus brevicornis Barka Sabria, Cuoc Corrine ID141: Use of Response Surface Methodology for the biodegradation of textile industrial effluents by Coniophora puteana IEBL-1 Raja Tahir Mahmood, Muhammad Javaid Asad, Muhammad Asgher ID269: Phosphogypsum Effect On Soil And Rain Water Incubated and Soil Respiration Kaouther Ardhaoui, Mohamed Moussa ID299: Impact of short term Treated Wastwater Reuse on soil microbial biomass, bacterial functional diversity and enzymatic activities in presence of earthworms Eisenia andrei Marouane Mkhinini, Iteb Boughattas, Hamadi Boussetta, Vanessa Alphonse, Alexandre Livet, Stéphanie Giusti-Miller, Mohamed Banni, Noureddine Bousserrhine ID458: Clay soil would be good conditioner for alfalfa amended with different organics amendments under saline irrigation production Mbarki Sonia, Artemio Cerda, Chaima Jabri, Marian Brestic, Naceur Jedidi, Jose Antonio Pascual, Chedly Abdelly EMCEI

42 24 11:00~13:00 NOV. Session: T2-OS2 Room: Big Hall ID733: Development of electrochemical immunosensors for endocrine disrupting detection Najet Belkhamssa, Teresa Rocha Santos, Mohamed Ksibi ID395: Pseudomonas putida mt2 - a potential candidate for cadmium bioremediation Saba Shamim ID547: Study of the rate of filtration and viability of Alexandrium catenella after contact with clams Ruditapes decussates Morsi Gdoura, Hanen Sellami, Radhouane Gdoura ID548: Biological control of Meloidogyne javanica associated with cultivated peach in Tunisia Noura Chihani-Hammas, Hager Regaeig, Lobna Hajji- Hedfi, Najet Horrigue-Raouani ID45: Simultaneous Removal of Organic Compounds and Heavy Metals from Tunisian Landfill Leachate using Dairy Rejects Yasmin Cherni, Mariam Kasmi, Lobna Elleuch, Ismail Trabelsi ID130: Antioxidant responses and gene level expressions of Sulla coronaria inoculated by heavy metal resistant plant growth promoting bacteria under cadmium stress Salwa Harzalli Jebara, Manel Chiboub, Moez Jebara Hichem Ahmed Menail, Wided Fella Bouchema- Boutefnouchet, Guy Smagghe, Wahida Ayad-Loucif ID256: Bioremediation of crude oil contaminated sea water in lab microcosms Zohra Chekroud, Mona Khameess Gouda, Moussa Houhamdi ID319: Heavy Metals assessment and their effects on the hepatopancreas in Orchestia montagui (Amphipoda, Talitridae) Raja Jelassi, Chedliya Ghemari, Hajer Khemaissia, Maryline Raimond, Catherine Souty-Grosset, Karima Nasri-Ammar ID357: Life Cycle Assessment of Di-Ammonium Phosphate (DAP) fertilizer production in Tunisia Aribi Soumaya, Jday Mohamed Razak, Hajjaji Noureddine ID302: Isolation and characterization of bacteria isolated from hydrocarbon contaminated soils and their potential to degrade diesel fuel Benzina-Tihar Farida, Khodja Mohamed, Mohand Kaci- Oulebsir Hakima ID190: Chemical composition and some trace element levels in the surface waters of three coastal marine areas under contrasted pollution influences in the gulf of gabes, Tunisia Zaher Drira, Samia Gharsallah, Houda Sahnoun, Marc Tadetti, Marc Pagano, Habib Ayadi ID236: Thiamethoxam (neonicotinoïd) and spinosad (bioinsecticide) affect hypopharyngeal glands and survival of Apis mellifera intermissa (Hymenoptera: Apidae) 42 EMCEI 2017

43 24 11:00~13:00 NOV. Session: T2-PS2 Room: Big Hall ID880: DETERMINATION OF TRACE ELEMENTS AND OLIGO-ELEMENTS IN THE SOILS OF THE CONSTANTINE REGION Ph.D Naili Samira, Dr. Nait Merzoug Assia, Pr. Dénès Georges, Pr. Merazig Hocine, Dr. Lakehal Abdelhak ID117: Former extractive activities in Tunisia: Environmental risk assessement and heavy metals immobilization Jihène Nouairi, Walid Hajjaji, Joao Labrincha, Fernando Rocha, Carla Patinha, Eduardo Ferreira Da Silva, Mounir Medhioub ID142: Urban sediment contamination with heavy metals in Southern China Jinmeng Xia, Li Hui Chen, Feng Zhen, Yubao Li ID455: Eco(geno)toxic assessment of urban sewage sludge from Sfax wastewater treatment plant Bouthaina Jerbi, Dalel Belhaj, Houda Ayadi, Donyez Frikha, Sami Maalej, Habib Ayadi, Monem Kallel ID475: Cellular compartmentalization and chemical forms of cell accumulation of nickel in the halophyte of Sesuvium portulacastrum Emna Fourati, Katarina Vogel-Mikuš, Mitija Kelemen, Primož Vavpeti, Primož Pelicon, Chedly Abdelly, Tahar Ghnaya ID675: Study of the toxicity of cadmium selenide (CdSe) nanoparticles on a terrestrial ecosystem model Helix aspersa Salmi Aya, Toualbia Nadjiba, Rouabhi Rachid ID846: Investigation of Nanoparticles and Particles ultra fine in the Workplace Mohamed Salah Benlatreche, Ouafa Boukhmis, Kahina Slimane ID868: New Environmental Culture in Algeria: Eco Design Tireche Sihem, Tairi Abdelaziz ID54: Chemical composition and insecticide properties of the essential oils from Mentha pulegium against Aedes caspius (Diptera: Culicidae) Fouzia Tine-Djebbar, Raja Guenez, Noureddine Soltani ID849: Comparison of three conventional techniques to assess the parastic contamination of wastewater samples in Tunisia Layla Ben Ayed, Sonia Sabbahi, Panagiotis Karanis ID52: Morphological and biochemical effect of iron stress on date palm v.deglet Nour seeds Wiem Mnafki, Zayneb Chaabene, Kais Mnafki, Amine Elleuch ID427: Effect of Copper on the removal of Phosphor Nitrogen and fungicide from water by aquatic plant Lemna gibba Smain Megateli, Michel Couderchet ID553: Mitochondrial dysfunction of rat Wistar nervous system after an exposure to abamectin (oxidative stress status, caspase-3, stromal enzymes and mitochondrial respiration and swelling). Rachid Rouabhi, Salim Gasmi ID168: Assessment of lead contamination in pepper and agricultural soils in Hammam Boughrara-Algeria Abderrazzak Baba Ahmed, Tahar Kebir ID183: DETERMINATION OF HEAVY METALS IN SEDIMENTS AND GARDON (RUTILUS RUTILUS) OF THE SIKKAK DAM (ALGERIA) Zineb Derrag, Nacéra Dali Youcef ID348: Towards a thermoregulation filter facing the urban heat stress. Algiers case study Assia Fernini-Haffif, Ewa Berezowska Azzag ID57: Impact of the neonicotinoid insecticide, Actara on the shrimp Palaemon adspersus: biomarkers measurement Hinda Berghiche, Khaoula Touati, Salima Chouahda, Noureddine Soltani ID921: Olive Waste Water contaminated soil: toxicological effects and treatment with gypsum Salsabil Trigui, Amjad Kallel, Emilia Fernández Ondoño, F.J. Martín Peinado ID922: Larvicidal activity of the essential oil of thymus vulgaris l, on culex pipiens l. Karima Baba-Aissa, Wail Hammad, Kamel Moussaoui, Zaheddine Djazouli ID482: Occurrence and enhanced removal of heavy metals in industial wastewater treatment plant using coagulation-flocculation process. Zied Marzougui, Mohamed Damak, Boubaker Elleuch, Abdelhamid Elaissari EMCEI

44 24 14:30~17:30 NOV. Session: T2-OS3 Room: Big Hall ID362: Growth and yield of triticale plants amended with sewage sludge under sub-humid Mediterraean conditions Rajia Kchaou, Rim Baccar, Yassine Hidri, Jalel Bouzid, Saloua Rejeb ID382: Assessment of trace metals in marine Magnoliophyta in Port El Kantaoui (Sousse, Tunisia) Rym Zakhama-Sraieb, Yassine-Ramzi Sghaier, Ahmed Ben Hmida, Faouzia Charfi ID388: Exogenous proline improves olive plant performance against cadmium stress Mohamed Zouari, Nada Elloumi, Salma Mseddi, Pascal Labrousse, Bechir Ben Rouina, Ferjani Ben Abdallah, Chedlyia Ben Ahmed ID452: Sources and distributions of hydrocarbons in surface coastal waters from the gulf of Gabès (Tunisia, Southern Mediterreanean Sea) Fourati Rania, Tedetti Marc, Elleuch Boubaker, Guigue Catherine, Goutx Madeleine, Zaghden Hatem, Sayadi Sami ID496: Environmental fate of the insecticide chlorpyrifos in soil microcosms and its impact on soil microbial communities Asma Ben Salem, Nadine Rouard, Marrion Devers, Jérémie Berguet, Pierluigi Caboni, Hanene Chaabane, Sami Fattouch, Fabrice-Martin Laurent ID510: Isolation and Characterization of Lecanicillium sp. for antagonistic activity against Meloidogyne javanica Lobna Hajji-Hedfi, Asma Larayedh, Laura Tormo, Hajer Regaieg, Najet Horrigue-Raouani ID674: Effects of UV-C radiation on viability, outer membrane proteins and lipopolysaccharides of Shigella Kalthoum Chourabi, Susana Campoy, Jesus Rodriguez, Ahmed Landoulsi, Abdelwaheb Chatti ID682: Phytotoxicity of binary mixture of titanium dioxide nanomaterial and copper in maize plants (Zea mays. L) Sirine Bouguerra, Yosra Frikha, Ruth Pereira, Mohamed Ksibi, Olfa Hentati ID702: Biochemical and enzymatic characterizations of a gram- negative fish pathogen isolated from rainbow trout (Morocco). Assia Kritihi, Khadija Ouaissa, Abdel Aziz Maychal, Youness Oumessaoud, Mustapha Barakate, Mustapha Hasnaoui ID777: Effects of Boron distribution on sugar beet crop yield in two soils of Dour Ismail irrigated perimeter (Béja-Goubellat-North Tunisia) Ahlem Tlili, Imene Dridi, Salma Fatnassi, Hedi Hamrouni, Moncef Gueddari ID779: Hydrocarbon Pollution of Kuwait Bay: Differentiation of Petrogenic, Anthropogenic and Biogenic Hydrocarbons Talat Saeed, Hassan Al-Shimmari, Nisar Ahmad, Ahmed Al-Mutairi, Hameeda Abdula ID801: Effects of Polybrominated diphenyl ethers and the Benzo[a]pyrene on survival and settlement of moon jellyfish (Aurelia solida) planulae Fatma Bouzidi, Cherif Ensibi, Mohamed Nejib Daly Yahia ID655: Deriviation of terrestrial predicted no-effect concentration (PNEC) for cobalt oxide nanomaterial Sirine Bouguerra, Ana Gavina, Maria Da Graça Rasteiro, Teresa Rocha-Santos, Mohamed Ksibi, Ruth Pereira 44 EMCEI 2017

45 24 14:30~17:30 NOV. Session: T2-OS4 Room: Room 1 ID544: PHYTOTOXIC ANALYSIS OF METAL INDUSTRY WASTEWATERS: A REVIEW Sukru Dursun, Zeynep Cansu Ayturan ID687: Field and laboratory study of Nitrogen mineralization dynamics in four Tunisian soils Imene Dridi ID881: SOILS CHARACTERIZATION NEARBY ERSTWHILE OYEM ELECTRICAL STATION AND SEDIMENTS AND WATER AROUND NEIGHBORING LAKE Jean Bernard Mombo, Mesmin Edou, Jean Aurelien Moukana Libongui ID252: Pesticides used on Tunisian vineyards: what s the risk for the environment and the human health? Ala Bouagga, Hanéne Chaabane, Wiém Chtioui, Amira Mougou Hamdane, Bouzid Nasraoui ID861: ESTROGENIC POTENCY ASSESSMENTS IN A CONTEXT OF TREATED WASTEWATER REUSE FOR ARTIFICIAL GROUNDWATER RECHARGE Selma Etteieb, Atsuchi Kawachi, Jamila Tarhouni, Hiroko Isoda ID389: Effect of 17α-ethinylestradiol exposure on phycocyanin metabolite production and antioxydant system of Phormidium versicolor NCC466 Dalel Belhaj, Donyez Frikha, Khaled Athmouni, Bouthaina Jerbi, Monem Kallel, Sami Maalej, Jhon Zhou, Habib Ayadi ID683: Quantitative microbial risk assessment arising from consumption of salad crops irrigated with water contaminated by human sewage in the Infulene valley Mario Matangue, Honissimo Saize, Lateiro Sousa ID627: Contaminant-driven habitat fragmentation: Should ecological risk assessments include avoidance and recolonisation testing? Rui Ribeiro, Matilde Moreira-Santos, José Paulo Sousa, Cristiano Araújo ID469: Biodegradation of the Antibiotics Oxytetracycline and Enrofloxacin by Microbial Communities from Douro Estuary(Portugal)Sediments Malek Harrabi, Fatma Aloulou, Boubaker Elleuch, Fatima Carvalho, Diogo Alexandrino ID285: Did earthworms Eisenia andrei recover soil biological function in mine sites? A study using community-level physiological profiles with Biolog ECO-plates and Automated Approach for Ribosomal Intergenic Spacer Analysis of bacterial communities structure Iteb Boughattas, Sabrine Hattab, Hamadi Boussetta, Vanessa Alphonse, Elizabeth Navarro, Mohamed Banni, Nourreddine Bousserhine ID467: FUSARIUM BRACHYGIBBOSUM AND FUSARIUM CHLAMYDOSPORUM CAUSING WILT AND DIE-BACK OF OLIVE IN TUNISIA Rahma Trabelsi, Radhouene Gdoura, Mohamed Ali Triki ID363: LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT OF SULFURIC ACID PRODUCTION SYSTEM IN TUNISIA Marwa Mami, Mohamed Razak Jeday, Noureddine Hajjaji ID872: Effect of Coal fly ash on vegetative growth, Photosynthetic pigmens and Heavy Metal Content of Helianthus annuus L. Nilakantha Dash, Gayatri Nahak, Rajani Kanta Sahu EMCEI

46 24 14:30~17:30 NOV. Session: T2-PS3 Room: Big Hall ID366: A Naïve Bayesian network approach to determine the potential drivers of the toxic dinoflagellate Coolia monotis occurrences and blooms in the Gulf of Gabès, Tunisia Wafa Feki, Hasna Njah, Moufida Abdennadher, Asma Hamza, Nouha Barraj, Mabrouka Mahfoudi, Ahmed Rebai, Malika Bel Hassen ID9: Assessment of the mobility of copper by chemical fractionation under different landuses Shazia Ramzan, Auyoub Bhat ID260: Metallothionein response of Helix aperta (Mollusca, Gasteropoda) from several sites in the northeast Algeria correlation with soil heavy metal concentration Amina-Nawel Hamdi-Ourfella, Rabah Larbaa, Noureddine Soltani ID271: Effect of ZnO Nanoparticles onfenugreek (Trigonella foenum graecuml.): growth and Antioxidative Response Chemingui Hajer, Missaoui Takwa, Smiri Moez, Hafiane Amor ID330: A Reliable safety barriers implemented in LPG storage area and their importance in risk reduction Islam Hadj Mohamed Guetarni, Nassima Aissani, Zoubida Lounis ID485: Seasonal distribution of terrestrial Oligochaeta of Dhaia in the Chrea National Park Esserhane Warda, Baha Mounia, Hamil Somia ID626: Toxicity assessment of impacted costal marine sediments from the southeast of Tunisia using a biomarker approach with the polychaete Hediste diversicolor Rayda Ghribi, Alberto Correia, Boubaker Elleuch, Bruno Nunes ID681: Oil refinery wastewater treatment by coagulation-flocculation process: effect of the introduction order of ferric chlorid and flocculents (cactus as bio-flocculant, Superfloc and Himoloc 0.3%) Dkhissi Ouafae, Souabi Salah, El Hakmaoui Ahmed, Jada Amane ID767: Impact of wind on the temporal distribution of Rotifers In the Foum El Gherza dam Nassima Doukhandji, Somia Hamil, Abdeslem Arab ID361: Field assessement of sewage sludge as sustainable agriculture practice Rim Baccar, Rajia Kchaou, Hidri Yassine, Saloua Rejeb, Jalel Bouzid ID870: Paper industry effluent short and long effect on soil heavy metals accumulation and phytoremediation Ltifi Abdelkader, Saidi Neila, Smaoui Abderrazak, Abdelly Chedly, Hafiane Amor ID323: CONTAMINATION BY SELECTED TRACE ELEMENTS IN GROUNDWATER OF AZZABA DISTRICT IN NORTHEAST OF ALGERIA Benhamza Moussa, Laraba Abdelaziz, David Landry ID97: Assessment of the bioaccumulation capacity of heavy metals of the species: Quercus Ilex L tree plant garden of El hamma-algeria for use in phytoremediation Nadjib Benosmane, Keltoum Namani, Manal Saichi ID468: Effect of Salinity and Compost of Aleppo pine Pinus halepensis L on the proline and chlrophyll content of the bean vicia faba L minor. Nouri Tayeb, Reguieg Yssaad Houcine Abdelhakim, Bouyahia Hadj, Nouar Kheira, Ghenami Nabil ID643: Impact of soil nature on the risk of groundwater contamination by heavy metals Mohamed Abdelwaheb, Sonia Dridi-Dhaouadi ID676: Evaluation of hepatotoxicity: nickel on an indicator model of pollution (Oryctolagus Cuniculus) Toualbia Nadjiba, Salmi Aya, Rouabhi Rachid ID826: Isolation and characterization of some chlorpyriphos-degrading bacteria from different ecological niches of the province of Ouargla Aloui Nabiha ID518: Phytoparasitic nematofauna associated with date palm roots in oases of southern Tunisia (Kébili) Asma Larayedh, Lobna Hajji-Hedfi, Hajer Regaeig, Noura Chihani-Hammas, Najet Raouani-Horrigue, Mohamed Sadok Belkadhi ID893: Effects of gold nanoparticles in the Mediterranean Clams Ruditapes decussatus: Chemical and biochemical investigations Badreddine Sellami, Imen Bouzidi, Wiem Saidani, Amine Mezni, David Sheehan, Hamouda Beyrem 46 EMCEI 2017

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49 TOPIC 3. Water Resource Assessment, Planning, Protection & Management Conference Scientific Committee Abdullah Al-Ghafri: University of Nizwa, Oman Akissa Bahri: National Agricultural Institute of Tunisia, Tunisia Baghded Ouddane: University of Sciences & Technology, Lille1, France Dario Omanovic: Ruder Boskovic Institute, Croatia Elias Salameh: University of Jordan, Amman Giovana Almeida: University of Antwerp, Belgium Helder I. Chaminé: School of Engineering (ISEP), Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal Irie Mitsuteru: Miyazaki University, Japan Laila Mandi: CNEREE, Marrakech, Morocco Maurizio Barbieri: Sapienza University of Rome, Italy Mohamed Abdulrazzak: Taibah University, Saudi Arabia Nachida Kasbadji Merzouk: UDES, Tipasa, Algeria Ozgur Kisi: Ilia State University, Georgia Teresa A P Rocha-Santos: Aveiro University, Portugal EMCEI

50 23 10:30~13:00 NOV. Session: T3-PS1 Room: Big Hall ID352: Management of the Laayoune-Dakhla deep aquifer system (South Sahara, Morocco) Sidi Mokhtar Elkanti, Bouabid El Mansouri, Youssef Arjdal ID72: Assessment of the impact of climatic variability and human activities on groundwater quality: case of Mitidja plain, North of Algeria Abdelkader Bouderbala ID829: Desalinated Water for human consumption and Public health risks in West Algeria: The case of Souk Tleta Plant water. Badid Naïma, Aggab Chahrazed, Hachemaoui Aboubaker, Hadji Fatiha ID749: Hydrochemical analysis and evaluation of groundwater quality of an alluvial aquifer. Algeria Tarek Drias, Chemseddine Fehdi, Moufida Belloula ID778: Exploitation of the main aquifer units in the Biskra region: Analysis of the current situation and prospects for rationalization of their use in agriculture Nasser-Eddine Soualili, Gabriela Mihaela Afrasinei, Yacine Louadj, Nouara Degui, Salah Belghemmaz ID502: Characterization of Ground Water quality in south of Algeria (Tindouf region) In excess fluorine Nabbou Nouria, Belhachemi Meriem, Merzougui Touhami, Harek Yahia, Nasri Bahous, Mokadam Ikram ID289: Assessment of groundwater quality for irrigation in Chelghoum Laid area (Eastern Algeria) Khedidja Abdelhamid, Boudoukha Abderrahmane, Djenba Samir ID859: Water geochemistry for an sand aquifer of the complex terminal in the northern Algerian Sahara (case of the lower Oued Rhir valley) Idir Menad Houari, Imed Eddine Nezli ID371: Application of the GALDIT Method to the Study of Groundwater Vulnerability of the East Mitidja Alluvial Waters Dahbia Djoudar/Hallal, Sadek Zahouani, Abdelkrim Khaldi ID769: Application of inverse geochemical modelling to understand geochemical evolution of groundwater in Berrechid Aquifer, Morocco Tibari El Ghali, Hamid Marah, Mohamed Qurtobi, Bouâbid El Mansouri ID663: Analysis of stream flow trends in sub-basins of the Upper Blue Nile Basin Abeer Samy, Mona Ibrahim, Wael Mahmod ID170: Hydrochemical evolution of groundwater in the Tamlouka plain, influence of lithology, geomorphology and anthropogenic actions Samir Djorfi, Saadane Djorfi, Laroussi Beloulou, Mohamed Djidel, Salima Guechi ID28: Estimation of Aquifer Parameters from Pumping Test Data using the Only Corresponding Competitor method (OCC): Case Oude of Korendijk (South of Rotterdam) Oulad Naoui Noureddine, Cherif El Amine, Djehiche Abdelkader ID894: Assessment of seawater intrusion in the Maritime Djeffara coastal aquifer (Southeastern Tunisia) Bachaer Ayed, Ikram Jmal, Samir Sahal, Salwa Saidi, Salem Bouri ID757: Geochemical and isotopic study of a coastal phreatic aquifer from the NE of Tunisia: Guenniche basin Safouan Ammar, Jean-Denis Taupin, Mohsen Ben Alaya, Kamel Zouari, Mohamed Khouatmia ID712: Naturel tracer and isotopic approch to describe groundwater behaviour: an example of the Mateur plain (North-eastern Tunisia) Mohsen Ben Alaya, Safouan Ben Ammar, Jean-Denis Taupin, Mohamed Khouatmia, Raouf Jbeali, Fetheddine Melki ID41: Modelling and design of brine outfall discharges: Case of a desalination plant Belkacem Filali M Hamed, Bessenasse Mohamed ID864: Scheduling deficit subsurface drip irrigation of apple trees for optimizing water use efficiency Chenafi Azzeddine, Monney Philippe, Ferreira Maria Isabel, Chennafi Houria, Carlen Christoph ID234: Multivariate statistics of physico-chemical parameters to develop the baseline level of water quality around proposed Jaitapur nuclear power plant, India Ramesh Shinde, Prashant Chikode, Sugam Chavan, Sandip Sabale 50 EMCEI 2017

51 23 10:00~13:00 NOV. Session: T3-PS1 Room: Big Hall ID227: Identification of emerging contaminants in drinking waters Sana Mokrane, Djamila Harik, Hubert Cabana ID437: A Multivariate Analysis of Water Quality in Lake Ghrib, Algeria Hamil Somia, Baha Mounia, Arab Sihem, Doukhandji Nassima, Arab Abdeslem EMCEI

52 24 08:30~10:30 NOV. Session: T3-OS1 Room: Room 2 ID288: Management of Gabes Jeffara aquifers in relation with oasien ecosystems Jean-Francois Vernoux, Faten Horriche, Rhida Ghoudi, Slah Abdedaiem, Mekki Hamza ID442: Geochemical Characteristics of Groundwater and itssuitability for Water Irrigation in the Lower Cheliff plain, Algeria Abdelhamid Bradaï, Adelkader Douaoui, Ibrahim Yahiaoui ID713: Lessons learned from a partnership between the University of Liège and Water Agencies for the management of surface water quality Jean-François Deliège, Etienne Everbecq, Pol Magermans, Aline Grard ID838: Physical, chemical and bacteriological characterization of wastewater discharged into Wadi Tleta (NW, Algeria) Fatiha Hadji, Mohammed Benabdelkader ID594: Groundwater depletion in arid regions of Tunisia: causes, consequences and possible new policy instruments. El Amami Hacib, Hermassi Taoufik ID658: Efficiency of aquifer artificial recharge from hill dam by analytical method Zouheira Ibn Ali, Moncef Zairi ID726: Integrated multi-criteria evaluation and weighted overlay analysis in assesment of groundwater potentiality in Segui region, southern Tunisia Mohamed Haythem Msaddek, Dhekra Souissi, Yahya Moumni, Ismail Chenini, Mahmoud Dlala ID270: Assessment of Different Irrigational Practices on Managing the Nitrogen Loss into the Groundwater using HYDRUS 1D Software Gaza Strip as a Case Study- Palestine Reem Abukmeil, Mokhtar Guizani, Ryusei Ito, Naoyuki Funamizu ID736: Statistical characterization of groundwater quality in Jijel Plain area (northeastern Algeria) Abdelmadjid Boufekane, Omar Saighi ID786: Impact of nitrates on the degradation of groundwater quality in the arid areas (Timiaouine region South of Aleria) Nasri Bahous, Benatiallah Ali, Kalloum Slimane, Soulimani Sara ID58: Dohuk Syncline as an Artificial Recharge Aquifer, Northern Iraq Nabeel Al-Azzawi, Myasar Al-Saraj ID314: Inhibition of scaling of potable water by a food product phosphate based Said Ben-Aazza, Abdallah Hadfi, M Bark Belattar, Ali Driouiche 52 EMCEI 2017

53 24 11:00~13:00 NOV. Session: T3-OS2 Room: Room 2 ID297: Characterisation of mean monthly rainfall variability over Mellegue catchment - Tunisia Haifa Feki, Taoufik Hermassi, Nessrine Soualhia ID848: Water challenges in a thirsty world F. Paolo Di Giacomo, Tullia V. Di Giacomo ID221: A 3-parameter empirical model to predict extreme rainfall rates in the extreme North-east of Algeria. Laroussi Beloulou, Salima Guechi, Saaadane Djorfi ID185: Prediction of dams silting in semi-arid region using erosion map under GIS environment, case of Ksob watershed in Hodna region (Algeria) Mahmoud Hasbaia, Sara Zeroual, Mostefa Dougha, André Paquier, Christine Poulard ID268: Simulation of the behavior of the stormwater network by SWMM Fares Laouacheria, Moncef Chabi, Said Kechida ID593: Impact of Spring Water Qualitative Assessment in the Environmental Management System in the West Bank Marwan Ghanem ID340: IMPACT OF CLIMATE VARIABILITY ON HYDROLOGY OF THE WESTERN MITIDJA WATERSHED Faiza Hallouz, Hafsa Karahacane, Mohamed Meddi, Fadhila Sadi, Hanane Benchikh, Faiza Kemerchou ID601: Assessment of Citizens Virtual Water Footprint Mahdi Kolahi, Saeideh Heydari, Mina Ansari, Farzaneh Nouraei ID723: Water management and related environmental issues in large Mediterranean basins: case studies from the Ebro and the Po catchments Francesca Salmaso, Paolo Espa, Ramon J. Batalla, Giuseppe Crosa, Gaetano Gentili, Livia M.L. Servanzi, Silvia Quadroni ID695: Comparison of three different biochemical compositions of foods in the rainbow trout (onchorynchys mykiss) and their effect on quality of water of oum er-rbia river (Morocco). Khadija Ouaissa, Assia Kritihi, Mustapha Hasnaoui, Abdelaziz Maychal, Youness Oumessoud ID49: Modeling integrated water resources management by WEAP, case of watersheds Mabtouh (north-western Algeria) Laidia Zerkaoui, Mohamed Benslimane, Abderrahmane Hamimed ID131: Wheat yield and water use efficiency in the north of Tunisia under supplemental irrigation Belhaj Mguidcihe Amel, Douh Boutheina, Gazouani Hiba, Harbaoui Kalthoum EMCEI

54 24 11:00~13:00 NOV. Session: T3-PS2 Room: Big Hall ID443: Diversity and seasonal variation of phytoplankton community in the Boukourdane Lake, Northern Algeria Siham Arab, Somia Hamil, Abdeslem Arab ID492: Trophic status assesement of lacustrine ecosystem, Boukourdane lake, Algeria Siham Arab, Somia Hamil, Abdeslem Arab ID729: Optimal groundwater sampling design for nitrate monitoring by geostatistical analysis and vulnerability mapping Triki Ibtissem, Trabelsi Nadia, Hentati Imen, Zairi Moncef ID787: State of organic pollution in waters of the Seybouse Wadi, region of Guelma (Northeast of Algeria) Marwa Aissaoui, Moussa Benhamza ID296: Hydrological modeling of stream flow in transboundary catchment and impact of climate change: case study of Mellegue catchment Taoufik Hermassi, Haifa Feki, Saber Chabbi ID691: Analysis of Dam deformation using artificial neural networks methods and singular spectrum Analysis Bachir Gourine, Sofiane Khelifa ID219: Wetting patterns estimation under subsurface drip irrigation systems for different discharge rates and soil types Boutheina Douh, Olfa Didouni, Amel Mguidiche, Hiba Ghazouani, Sami Khila, Abdelhamid Belaid, Abdelhamid Boujelben ID384: Flood risk mapping in the region of Ouled Ben Abdelkader in the Wilaya of Chlef Zairi Youssouf ID445: How does the rainwater harvesting protect the urban areas against flooding? case study Bouchegouf from East of Algeria Abdelkarim Guebail, Lotfi Zeghadnia, Yacine Djebbar ID465: ASSESSMENT OF THE QUALITY OF LIQUID WASTE OF TRADITIONAL HAMMAMS IN THE PERIURBAIN OF CASABLANCA (CASE OF DAR BOUAZZA COMMUNITY) Nihad Chakri, Btissam El Amrani, Faouzi Berrada, Halima Jounaid, Fouad Amraoui ID832: Modeling dam s operation: Case study of the Chaffia dam (Algerian Extreme North East) Mehdi Nafa, Keblouti Nafa, Abir Achache ID454: Changes in Species Composition of Brachionidae (Rotifera) Community in Ghrib Lake Hamil Somia, Baha Mounia, Arab Sihem, Doukhandji Nassima, Arab Abdeslem ID788: Trvariate copulas for charcterisation of past and future droughts over North-West Algeria Zeroual Ayoub, Bouabdelli Senna, Meddi Mohamed, Alkama Ramdane, Assani Ali ID617: Energy dissipation by hydraulic jump in a half circular channel with bench seat Khattaoui Mohammed, Ziani Sonia, Boudlal Omar, Achour Bachir ID669: PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL QUALITY OF SURFACE WATERS OF THE WILAYA DE BOUIRA (ALGERIAN NORTHERN) Djafer Khodja Hakim, Cherif El Amine, Dahmani Saad, Ferhati Ahmed ID391: Measuring crop evapotranspiration over hilly areas Boudhina Nissaf, Masmoudi Mohamed Moncef, Jacob Frédéric, Prévot Laurent, Zitouna Chebbi Rim, Mekki Insaf, Ben Mechlia Netij ID69: Estimation of specific degradation by application of a regional model for the north of Algeria Chellali Rachid, Ladjal Rabah ID830: EPhytoremediation potential of terrestrial herbaceous species for nitrate in Contaminated water Ikram Mokeddem, Meryem Belhachemi, Touhami Merzougui, Nouria Nabbou 54 EMCEI 2017

55 24 11:00~13:00 NOV. Session: T3-PS2 Room: Big Hall ID472: Effects of treated wastewater irrigation of Sfax, Agareb and Mahres sations on olive plants Zaineb Bakari, Nesrine Boujelben, Farah Bouhamed, Monem Kallel, Boubaker Elleuch ID898: To what extent can groundwater uses affect long term sustainable exploitation schemes? Case study of the Bouhefna-Haffouz aquifer system (Central Tunisia) Hamza Jerbi, Sylvain Massuel, Christian Leduc, Jeanne Riaux2, Jamila Tarhouni ID900: Hydrogeological modeling for integrated water ressources management: prospects and constraints ( Sisseb El Alem Nadhour Saouaf basin case study, Northeastern Tunisia) Mohamed Hamdi, Najib Djamai, Fatma Karaouli, Mohamed Faouzi Zagrarni, Kalifa Goita, Jamila Tarhouni Mesfioui, Mourad Baghour 359: DEVELOPMENT OF THE SANITATION SCHEME OF THE URBAN COMMUNITY OF HARHOURACONTRIBUTION TO SECTORAL LIQUID SANITATION SURVEY OF SKHIRAT-TÉMARA PROVINCE Hanane ait hmeid, Nadia El KHAMLI, Mustpha AKODAD, Mohamed EL GATTAFI, Aziza EL OUATI, Asmae AKNAF ID904: Characterization and assessment of groundwater mineralization in a coastal aquifer of Lebna area, northeastern of Tunisia using the hydrogeochemical analysis and multivariate statistics Ziadi Amira, Tlatli Najla, Tarhouni Jamila, Maki Tsujimura ID364: Study of the spatial variation of physicochemical parameters characterizing the surface water quality of the lagoon Marchica North-East of Morocco Asmae AKNAF, Mustapha AKODAD, Mostapha Ayachi, Faid El Madani, Jaddar Abdessamad, Abdelhakim EMCEI

56 24 14:30~17:30 NOV. Session: T3-OS3 Room: Room 2 ID48: Qualitative study of irrigation and drinking water in Tindla area Omar Ben Mya, Chaima Ben Dallali, Abd Elhalim Bouzidi ID392: Monitoring and modeling digestate fate and transport in infiltrating afforested areas versus maize/ray-grass rotation plots Micòl Mastrocicco, Nicolò Colombani, Bruno Boz, Bruna Gumiero ID402: Fertilizing value of treated wastewater under short term irrigation of olive tree (Olea europaea L.) Ameni Ben Hassena, Mohamed Zouari, Nada Elloumi, Wahid Khabou, Nacim Zouari ID500: Correlation between the extreme climate indices and the AMO index in northern Algeria Hafsa Karahacane, Mohamed Meddi, Xuebin Zhang, Hamoudi Abdelamir Saaed, Faiza Hallouz ID858: Understanding the Evolution of Water Deficit in the North African Region Annamaria Mazzoni, Essam Heggy, Giovanni Scabbia ID845: Industrial Depuration of Alpechín (Vegetable Waste Water from Olives) Jesús Cisneros-Aguirre, Mario Manzanera, Emilio Bursón ID677: Evolution of water and soil conservation programs in the Upstream of Merguellil watershed: impact on agricultural land protection and local farmer s income. Hermassi Taoufik, El Amami Hacib ID94: Assessing physico-chemical quality of freshwater of northearn Tunisia Noura Slimani, Jean Thioulouse, Eric Guilbert, Moncef Boumaiza ID504: Impact of DEM data resolution on SWAT model runoff simulation Jalel Aouissi, Ramzi Ennajeh, Sihem Benabdallah ID784: Modeling and forcasting of surface runoff in the Beni Bahdel dam: using ARDL model (Autoregressive Distributed Lag) Abdelwahab Rahmouni, Mohamed Meddi, Hafsa Karahaçane ID878: Integrating hydrological and hydraulic modelling for flood risk management in a high resolution urbanized area: case study Taibah university campus, KSA. Mohamed Abdulrazzak, Anis Al-Shabani, Kashif Noor, Amro Elfeki, Ahmed Kamis ID349: Parametric study of a double effect desalination unit Hafdhi Fathia, Khir Tahar, Ben Yahia Ali, Ben Brahim Ammar ID734: Modelling catchment scale agricultural pollution in North Tunisia using the PEGASE model Amira Boukari, Everbecq Etienne, Sihem Ben Abdallah, Pol Magermans, Aline Grard, Hamadi Habaieb, Jean- François Deliège ID808: Water governance and performance of collective action in Tunisian irrigated area Jamel Ben Nasr, Mohamed Salah Bachta 56 EMCEI 2017

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59 TOPIC 4. Environmental Engineering & Management Conference Scientific Committee Abderrahim Choukchou-Braham: University of A. Belkaid, Algeria Chedly Tizaoui: College of Engineering, Swansea University, UK Latifa Bousselmi: Centre de Recherches et des Technologies des Eaux (CERTE), Tunisia Maki Tsujimura: University of Tsukuba, Japan Monem Kallel: ENIS, University of Sfax, Tunisia Neşe Tüfekci: Istanbul University, Turkey Nicolas Roche: University of Aix-Marseille, France Roman Tandlich: Faculty of Pharmacy, Rhodes University, South Africa Salem Bouri: FSS, University of Sfax, Tunisia Sandeep Panda: Suleyman Demirel University, Engineering Faculty, Turkey Sven-Uwe Geissen: Technical University Berlin, Germany Vincenzo Naddeo: University of Salerno, Italy EMCEI

60 23 10:30~13:00 NOV. Session: T4-OS1 Room: Big Hall ID282: Morphological, chemical and Electrochemical carbon based and nobel metal electrode characterization for use in water electrochemical disinfection Mokhtar Guizani, Kento Yajima, Toshikazu Kawaguchi, Ryusei Ito, Naoyuki Funamizu ID732: Codigestion: toward a simple model to predict methane production Mokhles Kouas, Philippe Sousbie, Michel Torrijos, Jérôme Harmand, Sami Sayadi ID193: Removal of Methylene Blue dye by Fentonlike process using Laterites Gloria Kpinsoton, Hela Karoui, Yohan Richardson, Hamma Yacouba ID202: Effect of acclimatization on earthworm s (Eisenia andrei) potential on olive mille wastewaters detoxification Kharbouch Barhoum, Lakhtar Hicham, Amat Sandrine, Roussos Sevastianos, Dupuy Nathalie, El Mousadik Abdelhamid ID203: A Theoretical Study on Municipal Solid Waste Characterizations in Jordan and Its Economic Feasibility Khalid Bani-Melhem, Mahmoud Alshorman ID220: Nitrogen Oxide Removal from nitric acid production process by absorption into hydrogen peroxide solution Ons Ghriss ID495: METHYLENE blue removal from brackish water by natural Algerian clay Fadel Ammar, Nacef Saci ID176: Numerical study of soil water content to estimate the hydraulic Properties of soil in Tunisia Asma Jedidi, Sana Dardouri, Jalila Sghaier ID602: Evaluation of Diallyl phthalate biodegradation mechanisms in the treatment of synthetic wastewater Ehsan Ahmadi, Mitra Gholami, Mahdi Farzadkia, Ramin Nabizadeh ID104: Seawater: Affordable, reliable and sustainable energy for all Mohammed K. Al Mesfer ID26: Reduction of Water Loss in Karak Authority Distribution System Using GIS Technology Abeer Al-Edie ID214: Optimization of cost and pollutant emissions from MSW collection using GIS. The case study of Mostaganem, western Algeria Abdelli Islam Safia, Abdelmalek Fatiha, Addou Ahmed ID298: Determining optimal locations for Electric Vehicle charging infrastructure in the city of Tunis Seifeddine Bouguerra, Safa Bhar Layeb ID470: Analyses of complex rainfall change using non parametric trend tests in semi arid zone-case study:center of Tunisia Manel Snoussi, Mohamed Hamdi, Jamila Tarhouni ID728: Comparative study of pressure reduction valve controllers in water distribution systems Mouna Doghri, Sophie Duchesne, Annie Poulin, Maxim Ouellet ID835: RADIOACTIVE WASTE MANAGEMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA Thabo Matyaba, Priscilla Keche, Roman Tandlich 60 EMCEI 2017

61 24 08:30~10:30 NOV. Session: T4-PS1 Room: Big Hall ID102: Refuse Derived Fuel Gasification Possibilities in Small Scale Units Maris Klavins, Dmitry Porshnov, Valdis Bisters, Juris Kalviss, Raivo Damkevics ID743: Effects on nursery trees of recycled materials added to the substrate Francesca Bretzel, Eliana Tassi, Francesca Vannucchi, Manuele Scatena, Fabrizio Cinelli ID543: Production and characterization of activated carbon from orange peels by chemical activation with sulfuric acid Sami Guiza, Salwa Hajyahia, Franck Launay, Bagane Mohamed ID305: Diagnostic and treatment of leachate from municipal solid waste in Morocco using experimental design methodology Meriem Abouri, Imane Chanaa, Salah Souabi, Hajar Qachach, Amane Jada ID376: Combined process for olive oil mill wastewater treatment based in flocculation and heterogeneous photocatalysis Gassan Hodaifa, Jose Antonio Páez Fernández, Cristina Agabo García ID659: Catalytic Wet Air Oxidation of Phenol Using W-La/CexZr1-xO2 Catalysts Mohamed Achraf Bouabdellah, Lassaad Ben Hammouda, Gwendoline Lafaye, Zouhaier Ksibi ID603: On the use of Brouers-Sotolongo Kinetics equation and isotherm for the removal fluorine from aqueous solutions by clay Francois Brouers, Sami Guiza ID311: Adsorption of model dyes onto porous materials: Effect of ph and temperature on the parameters of Brouers-Sotolongo kinetic fractal and generalized isotherm Selmi Taher, Seffen Mongi, Brouers François, Fierro Vanessa, Sammouda Habib ID50: Abnormal behavior of chott Ain Beida brines, Ouargla basin, Algerian Sahara Merzouk Zatout, Messaoud Hacini, Hichem Ahmed Hamzaoui, Adel M Nif ID80: Prediction of sediment transport in the wandering section of the maritime reach of the Congo River, accounting for the limits of the Ashmore method Edouard Konzi Panise Siamo, Yahanan Dzama- Likwanda ID107: Numerical simulation of dye adsorption/ desorption in three layered soil and models comparison Sana Dardouri, Asma Jedidi, Jalila Sghaier ID129: The Communication process for a Sustainable Urbanism in Algeria Lyazid Hadj Smaha ID413: Simplification of soil description for the modeling of nitrogen leaching with STICS model Zoghlami Rahma Ines, Parnaudeau Virginie, Walter Christian ID771: Spatial distribution of methane emissions at Bizerte active landfill Sana Abid, Moncef Zairi ID169: Study of Nusselt number evolution in PCM shell-and-tube configuration Mohammed Bechiri, Kacem Mansouri ID686: ANALYSIS OF NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF THE HYDRODYNAMICS IN SWIMMING POOLS IN TERMS OF WATER QUALITY. Mostefa Dougha, Mahmoud Hasbaia, André Girou ID10: Analysis of the flow behaviour through a Venturi Wahiba Mokrane, Ahmed Kettab ID344: Magnetic treatment effects on salt water and tomato plants growth Nesrine Fakhri, Hsan Youssef Mehdaoui, Nada Elloumi, Monem Kallel ID506: CO2 adsorption on activated carbon based olive stones: A comparison of Langmuir and Freundlich models Meriem Moussa, Najoua Bader, Nausika Querejeta, Inès Duràn, Covadonga Pevida, Abdelmottaleb Ouederni ID550: Study of Oxidized Stainless Steel Thin Films obtained by Reactive Thermal Evaporation Merakeb Noureddine EMCEI

62 24 08:30~10:30 NOV. Session: T4-PS1 Room: Big Hall ID693: Environmental life cycle assessment of a conventional soilless geothermal cherry production in the south of Tunisia. Meriem Maaoui, Rachid Boukchina, Noureddine Hajjaji ID727: Overview: offshore drilling Samira Baba Hamed ID350: Response surface methodology optimization of heterogeneous catalyst Fe2O3-zeolite synthesis for the degradation of indigo carmine dye by photo- Fenton process Chamirane Moumni, Nadim Fakhfakh, Haithem Bel Hadjlltaief, Mourad Ben Zina ID292: Green Collaborative Vehicle Routing Problem with environmental concerns Akram Rekik, Amel Jaoua, Safa Bhar Layeb, Jouhaina Chaouachi ID489: Effect of temperature, humidity and gas flow on PEM fuel cell performances for environmental applications Mohamed Barbouche, Zakarya Ahmed, Khaled Charradi, Radhouane Chtourou, Gaetano Squadrito ID374: Combinated process for olive oil mill wastewater treatment based in flocculatation, photolysis, microfiltration and microalgae culture Gassan Hodaifa, Ana Malvis Romero, Mansour Halioui, Sebastián Sánchez ID135: Separation of Pb (II) and Cu (II) ions by the cloud point technique. Statistical study by the Taguchi design Mesli Meryem, Belkhouche Nasr-Eddine ID895: Atmospheric emission inventory and modeling of VOC s in a petroleum site in Sfax region Sahar Masmoudi, Mohamed Jamel Rouis, Dalila Taieb ID633: Assessment of solid waste collection performance in Sousse city, Tunisia Youssef Frikha, Moncef Zairi ID127: Methylene blue removal from aqueous solution by using smectite clay and silty soil: Batch and fixed bed column studies Sana Dardouri, Asma Jedidi, Jalila Sghaier ID300: Preparation of graphite ultrafiltration membrane over macroporous graphite support for oily waste water separation by air gap membrane distillation Imen Derbel, Raja Ben Amar ID914: ACID BLACK 194 DYE REMOVAL BY NATURAL AND ACID/BASE ACTIVATED SMECTITIC CLAYS Salima Chakroun, Mabrouk Eloussaief, Mohamed Essghaier Gaied ID38- An alternative method for predicting bed load transport rate in river Application to the Medjerda river, Tunisia Mohamed Gharbi, Amel Soualmia, Denis Dartus ID37- Experimental analysis of the morphological evolution of a sand bed Channel Mohamed Gharbi, Amel Soualmia, Denis Dartus 62 EMCEI 2017

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65 TOPIC 5. Natural Resources (Characterization, Assessment, Management & Valorisation) Conference Scientific Committee Abdelfatteh Omri: King Abdul Aziz University, Saudi Arabia Abdelmjid Abourriche: University Hassan II, Casablanca, Morocco Ali Sdiri: ENIS, University of Sfax, Tunisia Gil Mahé: IRD Montpellier, France Gilles Colinet: University of Liège, Belgium Habib Abida: FSS, University of Sfax, Tunisia Jordan Vidal, Manuel Miguel: Universidad Miguel Hernández, Spain Marco Lauteri: Istituto di Biologia Agroambientale e Forestale, Italy Masamoto Tafu: National Institute of Technology, Toyama College, Japan Mokhtar Guizani: Hokkaido University, Japan Mounir Medhioub: FSS, University of Sfax, Tunisia Rishikesh Singh: Banaras Hindu University, India EMCEI

66 23 10:30~13:00 NOV. Session: T5-PS1 Room: Big Hall ID647: ANALYTICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF EOCENE DEPOSITS (JEBEL RHEOUIS, CENTRAL TUNISIA) FOR DOLOMITIC-PALYGORSKITE IDENTIFY Imen Saadaoui, Mabrouk Eloussaief ID590: Synthesis and Characterization of Nanoparticles Prepared from Tunisian Bentonite Clay Wiem Hamza, Mourad Benzina ID360: Assessment of seed propagation ability of almond genotypes (Prunus dulcis (Mill.) D.A. Webb.) for Mediterranean environment Saloua Mselmi Taoueb, Mehdi Trad, Imen Ouergui, Hana Jemai, Messaoud Mars ID75: Effect of polyethylene glycol on in vitro gas production of three leguminous shrubs in Algerian arid areas Samir Medjekal, Mouloud Ghadbane, Laid Benderradji, Raoul Bodas, Hacène Bousseboua, Secundino Lopez ID124: Biodiversity, Traditional medicine and Diabetes in North-Eastern Algeria Amel Bouzabata ID265: Physical and chemical characterization of Ampelodesmos mauritanicus May Chenah, Moussa Amrani ID379: Screening of insect pathogenic bacteria isolated from agricultural soils, characterization of their bioactive metabolites and study of their effects against Galleria mellonela (Lepidoptera, Pyralidae) Hakima Mohand Kaci, Farida Benzina ID424: Acridicidal Activity of Cassia italica butanolic extract on Locusta migratoria (Linnaeus, 1758) Abderrahmane Soudani, Abdelhamid Moussi ID473: Protective effects of Nigella sativa oil on IL-4 and nitric oxide levels in a model of experimental asthma in wistar rat Taha Khaldi, Zineb Rouibah, Meriem Rouag, Mahfoud Messarah, Amel Boumendjel ID775: Development of antibacterial braided PET sutures using chitosan - Laurus nobilis essential oil emulsion Nesrine Bhouri, Faten Debbabi, Mejdi Snoussi, Saber Ben Abdessalem parameters Hajer Debbabi, Badis Boubaker, Taysir Gmati, Moncef Chouaibi, Aziza Boubaker, Ahmed Snoussi ID634: Volatile compounds as marker for propolis characterization Segueni Narimane, Fatiha Khadraoui, Rhouati Salah ID804: Electrochemical and Surface Morphological Studies of a Carbon Steel corrosion by natural product in Acidic Solution. Hana Ferkous, Meriem Zerroug, Manelle Radjai, Mohamed Aymen Chaouh, Zayneb Jebali, Hatem Majdoub ID827: Green corrosion inhibitor for carbon steel in 1M HCl. A comparative study of polysaccharides extracted from prickly pear nopals of Opuntia ficusindica (Peel and Pulp) Hana Ferkous, Meriem Zerroug, Mohamed Aymen Chaouch, Manelle Radjai, Hatem Majdoub, Abderrazak Bouzid ID710: karyotype analysis of echinus medic (Medicago ciliaris L.) populations collected in Tunisia Cheima Jabri, Neila Trifi Farah, Aziza Zoghlami Khelil ID76: Methane production from browse species of Algerian arid areas Samir Medjekal, Mouloud Ghadbane, Laid Benderradji, Raoul Bodas, Hacène Bousseboua, Secundino Lopez ID844: Valorization of industrial glass debris in road works Omar Boudlal, Mohammed Khattaoui, Saliha Belhaouci ID718: Heat shock effects on physiological parameters durum wheat seedlings and relationships with stress tolerance indices Sofia Hamli, Mostapha Labhilili, Kenza Kadi, Dalila Addad, Hmenna Bouzerzour ID494: CHARACTERIZATION AND VALUATION OF CLAY NORTHEAST REGIONS Hanane Ait Hmeid, Mustapha Akodad, Lahcen Daoudi, Mohamed El Gattafi, Asmae Aknaf, Abdelmajid Moumen, Mourad Baghour, Mimoun Aalaoul ID604: Yogurt enrichment with Spirulina (Arthrospira platensis): effect of storage on physicochemical 66 EMCEI 2017

67 24 08:30~10:30 NOV. Session: T5-OS1 Room: 3 ID103: Valorisation of berry pomace: from waste to bioactive compounds Maris Klavins, Agnese Kukela, Jorens Kviesis, Linards Klavins ID354: Lemonene recovery from waste lemon peels with supercritical extraction Catia Govanna Lopresto, Alessandra Meluso, Giuseppe Di Sanzo, Vincenza Calabro ID824: Integrating science and knowledge to boost Mediterranean traditional products: the REALMed pilot study Manuela Giovanetti, Jose L. Araus Ortega, Naziha Atti, Angela Augusti, Federica Camin, Casparus J. Crous, Marco Lauteri, Nives Ogrinc ID287: Improving cellulose structure for bioconversion: sugarcane bagasse pretreatment accompanied by lignin recovery and ionic liquid recycle Koel Saha, Jaya Sikder, Paulomi Diwedi, Ankita Ghosh, Sudip Chakraborty, Debolina Mukherjeee, Vincenza Calabro, Stefano Curcio ID809: EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE AND DENSITY ON THE WEANING OF THE LARGEMOUTH BASS (MICROPTERUS SALMOIDES, LACEPEDE, 1802) Anouar Ouizgane, Fatim Ezzahra Majdoubi, Bahija Harzani, Sara Elghity, Aziz Elmoujtahid, Mohammed Droussi, Mustapha Hasnaoui ID717: Phylogenetic insights into the history of Tunisian and Iberian cattle using the Illumina BovineSNP50 beadchip Slim Ben Jemaa, Elena Ciani, Mekki Boussaha ID274: Geo-historical review of the Mediterranean rivers from Kitab-i Bahriye (Book of Navigation) Mustafa Yilmaz, Ibrahim Yilmaz, Bayram Turgut, Mevlut Gullu ID896: Phosphate sludge from Tunisian phosphate mines: Valorisation as ceramics products Hajer Baccour, Hela Koubaa, Samir Baklouti ID754: Interactions between cationic porphyrins and standards clays: spectroscopic and 3D confocal investigations Amira Lajmi, Emmanuel Joussein, Stéphanie Leroy- Lhez, Marilyne Soubrand, Claire Carrion, Matthias Monneron-Guyrits, Catherine Riou, Mounir Medhioub ID146: Technological chracterization of Beidellite for insectesidal clay formulaion Sana Ghrab, Samir Bouaziz, Mourad Benzina ID390: Methods to estimate Water Use Efficiency (WUE) of two olive tree cultivars (Olea europaea L. cv Koroneiki and Chemlali) under water restriction conditions Mortadha Ben Hassine, Olfa Boussadia, Ines Moula, Mariem El Hafi, Mohamed Braham ID580: Extraction of carotenoids-rich fatty fractions from tomato industrial by-products, peels and seeds, using supercritical CO2 green technology Mouna Kehili, Ayachi Zammel, Carsten Zetzl, Irina Smirnova, Noureddine Allouche, Sami Sayadi EMCEI

68 24 11:00~13:00 NOV. Session: T5-OS2 Room: 1 ID101: Essential oil of Mentha spicata leaves from Algeria: chemical composition and antibacterial activity Khiari Mohammed, Kechrid Zine ID174: Water pollution diagnosis and risk assessment of Kherraza plain aquifer caused by the urban and industrial rejections (N-E Algeria) Saadane Djorfi, Samir Djorfi, Laroussi Beloulou ID182: Plants extracts as coagulants-flocculants for wastewater treatment: A short review Bouthaina Othmani, Moncef Khadhraoui ID212: GRAPEVINE PREDICTION OF END OF FLOWERING DATE Matteo Gentilucci ID377: Research of secondary metabolites with nonpolyenic antifungal activity produced by actinomycetes isolated from different Moroccan habitats Nafis Ahmed, Elhidar Najoua, Oubaha Brahim, Samri Salam Eddine, Azmani Asma, Mezrioui Noureddine, Niedermeyer Timo, Hassani Lahcen ID464: NaOH-activated carbon prepared from date palm petiole as adsorbent for indigo carmine Nisrine Khadhri, Mohamed El Khames Saad, Younes Moussaoui ID503: Diagnosis of biodiversity of Rhizobium leguminosarum nodulating pea (Pisum sativum L.) and their interaction with rhizospheric microbien community in differents soils of Tunisia. Amira Hachana, Imen Hemissi, Dorsaf Hlel, Hanen Cherif, Manel Bouraoui, Neila Abdi, Ameur Cherif, Bouaziz Sifi ID517: Treated olive mill wastewater effects on soil properties and olive plants Salma Mseddi, Mohamed Zouari, Yosr Smaoui ID444: Growth, ecophysiological and nutritive responses of two olive tree cultivars (Olea europaea L. Chemlali and Koroneiki ) under salt stress Olfa Boussadia, Rihem Zaabar, Mohamed Braham ID457: Nitrophenol removal from wastewater onto prepared activated carbon from Opuntia ficus-indica Hanedi Elhleli, Faten Mannai, Younes Moussaoui 68 EMCEI 2017

69 24 11:00~13:00 NOV. Session: T5-OS3 Room: 3 ID599: Extraction of chitosan from Shrimp Shells: Effect of deacetylation time on the morphological, thermal properties and the value of deacetylation degree (DD) Fatima Zahra Bougueraa, Fatima Essabti, Saoussan El Mouhri, Said Ettaqi ID628: Impact of ploughing techniques on wind erosion: field experiments assessment Mohamed Labiadh ID642: influence of quality of crop residus on the variation of soil microbiol biomass (région of Tiaret- Algeria) Karima Oulbachir, Sabrina Ait Abderahim, Nadia Bouchenafa, Malika Djerbaoui-Adamou, Fatiha Labdelli ID670: Spatio-temporal variability of the soil hydraulic properties - Effect on modelling of water flow and solute transport at field-scale S. Kanzari ID725: Perceptions and threats to wetlands in southeastern Algeria: the case of Lake Ayata Fatma Demnati, Naima Madjour, Farid Allache, Anis Guelmami, Lisa Ernoul ID751: From the characterization, geochemical behavior and health risk assessments of Tunisian phosphogypsum to a potential way of inerting and valorization Sonia Lazaar, Emmanuel Joussein, Marilyne Soubrand, Alexandra Courtin Nomade, Rania Hbaieb, Matthias Monneron-Guyrits, Mounir Medhioub ID793: Assessment of land degradation related to groundwater irrigation of Oasis environments. Case study: the Zibans (Biskra), Algeria S. Belghemmaz, M. Fenni, G. M. Afrasinei, Y. Louadj, N. Degui ID789: Efficiency of SSR markers to analyze the molecular fingerprinting of some Tunisian olive cultivars Mnasri Rahmani Sameh, Saddoud Debbabi Olfa, Ferchichi Ali ID797: Kinetic, equilibrium and thermodynamic studies of Nickel adsorption in batch on a red alga corallina elongata Farida Bouremmad, Abdennour Bouchair, Shalima Shawuti, Mehmet Ali Gulgun ID121: The Oued Amizour VHMS Zn-deposit, northeastern Algeria: Does it have a Kuroko-type signature? Rabah Laouar, Abdelmalek Lekoui, Tayeb Bouima, Sihem Salmi-Laouar, Salah Bouhlel, Adrian J Boyce ID334: Phytosociometry, a tool for managing resources and maintaining the sustainability of livestock systems in arid zones Bouyahia Hadj, Benabdeli Khéloufi, Nouri Tayeb, Youcefi Ahmed Toufik, Mahammedi Mohammed EMCEI

70 24 11:00~13:00 NOV. Session: T5-PS2 Room: Big Hall ID798: An AFM study of the surface propriety and corrosion inhibition on Carbon steel in acidic media Meriem Zerroug, Hana Ferkous, Manelle Radjai, Mohamed Aymen Chaouch, Anis Madaci, Hatem Majdoub, Abderrazak Bouzid ID724: THERMODYNAMIC ANALYSIS OF A SOFC COUPLED WITH GAS TURBINE POWER PLANT Tahar Khir, Salha Faleh, Ammar Ben Brahim ID387: Mass transfer during combined processes of osmotic dehydration and blanching Basma Khoualdia, Samia Ben Ali, Ahmed Hannachi ID109: Caracterization and assessment of fig (Ficus carica L.) genetic resources in Tunisia: An overview Fateh Aljane, Awatef Essid ID224: Characterization of three different sewage sludge for reuse in the context of sustainable development in Algeria Belkaid Ishak, Namane Abdelkader, Cabana Hubert, Nakib Maamar ID228: Variability in the response of Citrullus colocynthis (L.) to water deficiency stresses Said El Madidi, Abdelhamid Ben Moumou, Fatiha Hakimi ID372: Enthalpy-Entropy Compensation in Sorption Phenomena of carob seeds (Ceratonia selequa L.) Heytem Moussaoui, Younes Bahammou, Mounir Kouhila, Abdelkader Lamharrar, Ali Idlimam ID446: Metallic contamination of water and sediments of Hillil River (North-West of Algeria) near wild dump site Ould Ali Ouiza, Vouvé Florence, Abdelmalek Fatiha, Aubert Dominic, Rouillon Régis, Addou Ahmed ID579: Effect of N-doping in the activity of TiO2 supported catalysts in glycerol oxidation Dhia Cherni, Noomen Moussa, Mohamed Faouzi Ncib, Laura Prati, Alberto Villa ID721: Bree ding regime of two accessions of Vicia Narbonensis L. Siwar Bouabid, Lamia Jemai, Aziza Zoghlami Khélil Benrebiha ID762: Optimization of Humic Acid Liquid Fertilizer Production from Lignite: Effect on Wheat and Barley Seeds Germination Ines Ben Salah, Ahmed Wali, Abderrahim Choukchou- Braham, Mohamed Ksibi ID813: methanolic extract of Artemisia herba alba as eco-friendly inhibitor of mild steel corrosion in 1M HCl media Manelle Radjai, Meriem Zerroug, Hana Ferkous, Souad Djellali, Mohamed Aymen Chaouch, Bilal Hattabi, Hatem Majdoub, Mokhtar Boutahala ID70: Tunisian almond shell for efficient removal of Eriochrome Black T and Malachite Green dyes from aqueous solution Rim Ben Arfi, Sarra Karoui, Karine Mougin, Achraf Ghorbal ID431: Effect of growth hormones on regeneration of three wild medicinal plants from Algeria Souad Mehalaine, Slim Bouguessa ID118: Extraction and characterization of tannins obtained from fresh and dried Tunisian pomegranate peel Samia Ben-Ali ID439: Effect of the ripening stage on the volatile composition of Chétoui virgin olive oil Imen Oueslati, Hédia Manai, Gidou Flamini, Mokhtar Zarrouk ID440: GRANULOMETRIC ANALYSIS AND ENVIRONMENT OF DEPOSITS OF SURFACE SEDIMENTS OF THE MARCHICA LAGOON (NORTH- EAST OF MOROCCO) Asmae AKNAF, Mustapha AKODAD, Hanane Ait hmeid, Mostafa Layachi, Abdelhakim Mesfioui, Karim Andich, Mourad Baghour ID768: Tunisian extra virgin olive oil: Richeness in antioxidants and aroma compounds Hedia Manai-Djebali, Imen Oueslati, Zeineb M Zah, Sonia Ben Temime, Mokhtar Zarrouk, Guido Flamini ID490: Antibacterial and antioxidant activities of rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis L.) essential oil growing in Djelfa (Algeria). Samah Lakehal, Cherifa Chaouia, Fatma Zohra 70 EMCEI 2017

71 24 11:00~13:00 NOV. Session: T5-PS2 Room: Big Hall ID466: Sprouting, an eco-friendly technology for improving nutritional quality of Tunisian wheat cultivar Khiar Sarra Jribi, Khaled Sassi, Dorra Sfayhi, Hajer Debbabi ID508: The effect of the spawning period on the viability of silver carp (Hypophthalmichthys molitrix) ova Fatima-Zahra Majdoubi, Anouar Ouizgane, Mohammed Droussi, Mustapha Hasnaoui ID920: Chemically treated seagrass fibers as an excellent adsorbent for crude oil removal Senda Ben Jmaa, Amjad Kallel, Farhat Rhekhiss EMCEI

72 24 14:30~17:30 NOV. Session: T5-OS4 Room: 3 ID459: Recycling of Tunisian Phosphogypsum as road material: Assessment of mechanical and leaching behavior Raja Zmemla, Ikram Naifar ID225: Design of the bricks based on the marine sediments of Bethioua port Nasr Eddine Boudjenane, Djamila Benyerou, Mansour Belhadri ID279: Geo-environmental information about Tunisian Cities and Coasts within Kitab-ı Bahriye Ibrahim Yilmaz, Mustafa Yilmaz ID740: VALORIZATION OF FISH PROCESSING WASTE: A MICROBIAL PERSPECTIVE. Asha Embrandiri, Parveen Fatemeh Rupani, Mohd Azrul Naim Mohamad, Mohd Hafiz Jamaludin ID737: Understanding the resilience of Mediterranean ecosystems to global changes: an overview on applications of stable isotope of light elements in ecophysiological studies Marco Lauteri, Maria Cristina Monteverdi ID259: Instant controlled pressure drop texturing for intensifying physicochemical characteristics of orange by products Ines Louati, Neila Bahloul, Karim Allaf, Nabil Kechaou ID401: Kinetic and thermodynamic study of the biosorption of hexavalent chromium on corn stigmas in aqueous medium in absence and presence of alternating current Fatma Mbraki, Amina Othmani, Aida Kesraoui, Mongi Seffen ID583: Variability of chemical and physical parameters and plankton in the rearing ponds of three species of carp- rearing period. Sana Farid, Anouar Ouizguane, Mustapha Hasnaoui, Mohammed Droussi ID157: Multi-biomarker approach in transplanted Donax trunculus (Mollusc, Bivalve) from the Gulf of Annaba (Algeria) Amina Rabei, Hayet Beldi, Noureddine Soltani ID839: Diversity and Distribution of Fish Species in Lake Asejire Mabel O Ipinmoroti, Adams O Iyiola, Olumuyiwa A Akanmu, Olugbenga Orisasona, Niyi I Fawole 72 EMCEI 2017

73 24 14:30~17:30 NOV. Session: T5-PS3 Room: Big Hall ID556: ETHNOBOTANICAL SURVEY ON THE USE OF TRADITIONAL MEDICINE FOR THE TREATMENT OF OSTEOARTHRITIS IN ORAN, ALGERIA Lardjam Abderrahmene, Mazid Rim, Sadaoui Aicha, Bensahaila Safia, Khalfa Ali, Khitri Walid, Djebli Noureddine, Toumi Houari ID600: Chemical composition of leaves and fruits of a south algerian Pistacia atlantica Desf. ecotype. Fetati Aicha, Tedjeddine Aicha ID856: A socio-ecological analysis of the date palm (Phoenyx dactilifera L.) system in Jericho area, Palestine Giuseppe Russo, Isabella Dalla Ragione, Linda Fantinati, Carlo Simonetti, Marco Lauteri ID805: Evolution of chemical and physical parameters of water fish farmed in earthen ponds in polyculture system (case of Nile Tilapia, largemouth Bass, Chinese carps) at Deroua Fisheries Station (Fkih Ben Saleh, Morocco). Anouar Ouizgane, Sana Farid, Fatim Ezzahra Majdoubi, Mohammed Droussi, Mustapha Hasnaoui ID800: Adaptation to Climate Change: The dynamics of production systems in the semi-arid regions of Tunisia. Amira Sansa, Jamel Ben Nasr, Ayoub Fouzai, Mohamed Bechir Sai ID161: Strategy for phosphate ions sequestration by agricultural byproducts Hana Boubaker, Rim Ben Arfi, Achraf Ghorbal ID194: Study of sludge of the Beni Messous purification station (Algeria) Mammar Nakib, Ahmed Kettab, Salah Karef, Salim Benziaada, Nacer M Chabaca, Saadia Benmamar, Walid Boumalek, Hanane Bouanani ID226: Study of the physicochemical characteristics of marine sediments of Oran port for their valorization Asmaa Dehilis, Nasr Eddine Boudjenane, Djamila Benyerou, Mansour Belhadri ID143: First record of Doris verrucosa Linnaeus, 1758 (Mollusca: Heterobranchia: Nudibranchia) in the eastern basin of the Mediterranean Mouna Antit, Donia Kalthoumi, Marta Pola, Javier Urra ID92: Effect of mineral amendment in gypsum and salinity distribution in oasis system of South Tunisia Nissaf Karbout, Boujila Essifi, Habib Lamoro, Mohamed Moussa, Habib Bousnina ID641: EFFECT OF INTERACTION BETWEEN TOW CYTOKININS AND TOW AUXINS ON ALKALOIDS ACCUMULATION IN HYOSCYAMUS ALBUS L. Kadi Kenza, Hamli Sofia, Boukeria Sabah, Dib Dounia, Addad Dalila, Yahia Abdelouahab ID885: Occurrence and bioindication of lichens within oak forets of Tunisia Ridha El Mokni, Lamia Boutabia-Telailia, Mohamed Hédi El Aouni ID892: Geotechnical and environmental characterization of the sediments of the commercial port of Sfax Abdelwaheb Ben Slema, Nessma Feki, Mohamed Jamel Rouis ID477: Spatial changes and landscape dynamics in the steppe ecosystem of the North-West of Algeria Driss Haddouche, Smina Zennouche, Abdelmalek Tounkob ID448: Valorising local dairy products and territorial development through the improvement of the value chain in Tunisia Jouini Marwa, Khaldi Raoudha, Boudiche Sonia ID481: Evaluation of commercial essential oils as non-toxic natural food additives Nahla Fitouhi, Hayet Ben Haj Koubaier, Ismahen Essaidi, Nabiha Bouzouita, Hajer Debbabi ID911: Photocatalytic decolorization of cationic and anionic dyes over ZnO nanoparticle immobilized on natural Tunisian clay Haithem Bel Hadjltaief, Mourad Ben Zina, Patrick Da Costa, Maria Elena Galvez ID912: A Comparative study of the mechanical behavior of different Tunisian clays with lime for the compressed earth blocks synthesis Safa Mkaouar, Patrick Pizette, Mourad Benzina EMCEI

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77 TOPIC 6. Intelligence Techniques in Renewable Energy (Biomass, Wind, Waste, Solar) Conference Scientific Committee Alexander P. Mathews: Kansas State University, USA Ali-Akbar Sabziparvar: Faculty of Agriculture, Hamedan, IRAN Brigitte Kempter-Regel: Fraunhofer Institut für Grenzflächenund Bioverfahrenstechnik IGB, Germany Cherif Ould Lahoucine: University of Guelma, Algeria Elio Giamello: Università degli Studi di Torino, Italy Fausto Pedro Garcia Marquez: ETSI Industriales, Universidad Castilla-La Mancha, Spain Francisco Javier Navas Pineda: Universidad de Cádiz, Spain Mohammed Abdul Rasheed: Gujarat Energy Research and Management Institute (GERMI), India Rachid B. Slimane: Gas Techn. Instit., IL, USA / SABIC T&I, Riyad, Saudi Arabia EMCEI

78 23 10:30~13:00 NOV. Session: T6-OS1 Room: 1 ID138: Passive Solar Energy in Buildings Shiva Teja Kacham, Jarome Wawrzon, Muhammad Mukhlesur Rahman, Indubhushan Patnaikuni ID519: Selecting suitable areas for new solar energy projects in the south of Algeria: using combined GIS and MCDA model Abdelghani Dokkar, Noureddine Settou, Boubekeur Dokkar ID341: Modelling of a forced convection solar drying system by experimental design Haytem Moussaoui, Ahmed Aït Aghzzaf, Ali Idlimam, Abdelkader Abdelkader ID47: Economic Feasibility of a Biogas System in a Small Palestinian Poultry Farm Rowayda Ali, Rashed Al-Sa Ed ID251: Open pond culture of green algae Chlorella sp. using municipal wastewater as medium in an arid desert Zinedine Omari, Djamal Zerrouki, Mohammed Djaafri ID343: Two-stage culture strategy to enhance both biomass and lipid content of microalgae for biodiesel production Redouane Benhima, Hicham El Arroussi, Abdelaziz Smouni, Najib Bendaou ID661: Sewage sludge as source of energy: experimental and numerical investigations of thermochemical conversion of sewage sludge via pyrolysis Aida Ben Hassen Trabelsi, Rym Zayoud, Kaouther Zaafouri ID662: Pyrolysis of Tunisian Date Palm residues for the production and characterization of Bio-oil,Biochar and Syngas Gmar Bensidhom, Aïda Ben Hassen-Trabelsi, Maher Sghairoun, Koray Alper, Ismail Trabelsi ID629: Mineral composition, growth performance and yield of Pleurotus ostreatus on rice straw-based substrate enriched with natural calcium sources Arianne Julian, Michael Umagat, Renato Reyes ID738: Performance analysis and optimisation of a hybrid solar geothermal power plant Rafika Maali, Tahar Khir, Ammar Ben Brahim ID632: Comparative Study between Perturb and Observe and Incremental Conductance Mohmad Alrweq, Ousam Viqar 78 EMCEI 2017

79 24 14:30~17:30 NOV. Session: T6-PS1 Room: Big Hall ID709: Experimental and theoretical investigation of the temperature difference and its effect on the efficiency in new solar still system. Sara Ladouy, Abdelhamid Khabbazi ID653: Models for obtaining the daily global solar radiations in clear sky in Sahara Benatiallah Djelloul, Nasri Bahous, Benatiallah Ali ID890: Faisability study of evaporative cooling under Algerian climate L. Merabti, A. Bouhanguel, W. Taane, M. Abbas ID610: Simultaneous decontamination of seven residual antibiotics in secondary treated effluents by solar photo-fenton and solar TiO2 catalytic processes Bilel Moslah, Evroula Hapeshi, Amel Jrad, Despo Fatta- Kassinos, Abderrazek Hedhili ID333: CHARACTERIZATION OF THE CATALYTIC GLASS PLATES GP-TiO2 ELABORATED BY HEAT ATTACHMENT METHOD: application in the photocatalyst. Abdenour Aitatmane, Saliha Bourouina-Bacha ID248: STUDY OF SOLAR ADSORPTION COOLING SYSTEM Amal Bel Haj Jrad, Abdelaziz Zagnani, Abdallah Mhimid ID888: Solar photocatalytic degraradation of Tartrazine using immobilized catalyst Ouassila Benhabiles, Nadia Chekir, Djilali Tassalit, Nachida Kasbadji Merzouk, Meriem Ghenna, Anes Abdessemed, Rachid Issaadi ID889: STUDY OF PHARMACEUTICAL POLLUTANT DEGRADATION IN SOLAR IMMOBILIZED REACTOR Nadia Chekir, Djilali Tassalit, Ouassila Benhabiles, Nachida Kasbadji Merzouk, Sarah Mahidine, Madina Belmihoub, Houria Habbi ID435: The effect of Alkaline pretreatment on the production of biogas from the sludge of the lagoon station of Adrar City (Southwest of Algeria) Dahou Mohamed El Amine, Touzi Abdelkader ID730: Single nucleotide polymorphism variation in switchgrass (Panicum virgatum) for genes involved in lignin biosynthesis Bochra Amina Bahri, Guillaume Daverdin, Xiangyang Xu, Jan-Fang Cheng, Kerrie W. Barry, E. Charles Brummer, Katrien Martha Devos ID428: Biofuels and bioenergy from residual biomasses: when a waste becomes a resource. Laura Albo, Alessandra Verardi, Catia Giovanna Lopresto, Maria Francesca Policicchio, Sudip Chakraborty, Stefano Curcio, Vincenza Calabro ID355: Experimental investigation of palm Fiber surface treatment effect on thermal, acoustical, and mechanical properties of a new bio-composite Marwa Lahouioui, Magali Fois, Rim Ben Arfi, Laurent Ibos, Achraf Ghorbal EMCEI

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83 TOPIC 7. Sustainable Management of Marine Environment & Coastal Areas Conference Scientific Committee Jean-Paul Barusseau: University Via Domitia, France Jesús Cisneros Aguirre: University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain José Luís Pinho: University of Minho, Portugal khalid Elkalay: Cadi Ayyad University, Essaouira, Morocco Laurent Dezileau: University of Montpellier, France Marc Tedetti: IRD Mediterranean Institute of Oceanography, France Maria Snoussi: IRD, France & University Mohammed V, Morocco Moncef Boukthir: IPEI Tunis, Tunisia Oula Amrouni: INSTM, Tunis, Tunisia Wolfgang Cramer: CNRS, IRD, University of Avignon, France EMCEI

84 24 08:30~10:30 NOV. Session: T7-OS1 Room: 1 ID308: A hierarchy of models for the numerical modelling of the Tunisia marine waters Ali Harzallah, Béchir Béjaoui ID264: Simulation of hydrodynamic behavior using data from coastal weather stations at the Bejaia bay. Khalid Amarouche, Nour El Islam Bachari, Fouzia Houma ID281: Risk Analysis of Antalya Konyaalti Beach in TURKEY Serter Kocababa, Murat Uysal, Nizar Polat ID125: Satellite images survey for identification the coastal sedimentary system changes and associated vulnerability along the western bay of the Gulf of Tunis (northern Africa) Hzami Abderraouf, Amrouni Oula, Constantinstoleriu Gheorghe, Romanescu Cristian, Pintilie Alinmihu, Abdeljaouad Saadi ID460: Spatial distribution and pollution assessment of heavy metals in the surface marine sediments of the southern coast of Sfax, Tunisia Ikram Naifar, Raja Zmemla, Boubakker Elleuch ID336: Identification of key issues for Integrated Coastal Zone Management in Egypt María Merino, Roland Garnier, Ignacio Aguirre-Ayerbe, Raúl Medina, Mauricio González ID199: SOME MODEL STUDIES ON REINFORCED DREDGED SOIL FOR SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENT Bashir Ahmed Mir, Basit Majid Shah, Faizan Amin Shah ID128: Human impact on the morpho-sedimentary evolution on the coastal deltaic zones (case of application: artificial canal of Medjerda river, Tunisa). Thouraya Menmoussa, Oula Amrouni, Abdelrraouf Hzami Hzami, Laurent Dezileau, Gil Mahe, Saâdi Abdeljaouad ID399: Assessing coastal flood vulnerability and marine erosion risk. Case of the Bay of Algiers. Atroune Farid, Bouhamadouche Mohamed, Hemdane Yacine ID407: Swimming behavior and acetylcholinesterase activity in embryo-larval stages of the Mediterranean mussel Mytilus galloprovincialis exposed to copper and / or silver at different temperatures. Khouloud Boukadida, Jérôme Cachot, Alicia Romero- Gomez, Christelle Clérandeau, Mohamed Banni 84 EMCEI 2017

85 24 11:00~13:00 NOV. Session: T7-OS2 Room: 4 ID696: Water masses exchanges within Boughrara Lagoon- Gulf of Gabes system Sana Ben Ismail, Cristèle Chevalier, Abdelfatteh Atoui, Jean-Luc Devenon, Cherif Sammari, Marc Pagano ID882: Modeling baroclinic circulation off the Tunisian coasts Imen Ben Jaber, Jihene Abdennadher, Moncef Boukthir ID707: Monitoring of Coastal Erosion of Karasu Coast in Black Sea Murat Uysal, Nizar Polat, Murat Aydin ID796: Preliminary analysis of the Nador lagoon (NE Morocco) trophic network with the Ecopath model Hanane Rhomad, Karima Khalil, Abdelhak Egdadi, Khalid Elkalay ID685: Population dynamics of two Lessepsian migrant goatfish species; Upeneus pori and Upeneus moluccensis from the southeastern Mediterranean, Port Said region, Egypt Sahar Mehanna ID714: Application of Geochemistry to Characterize the progressive paleoenvironmental changes linked to abrupt warming hyperthermal event during the Latest Danian of Central Tunisia (Southern Tethys) and impact on foraminifera fauna Noura Kotti, Besma Mardassi, Jamel Abdennaceur Oual ID622: Characterization of marine dredged sediment from the port of Kalâat Andalous (Bay of Gulf of Tunis), TUNISIA Amrouni Oula, Ouertani Wième, Sanchez Alberto, Sebei Abdelaziz, Chmingui Walid, Abdeljaouad Saadi ID700: Kalâat Andalous harbor lagoon sediments, quality and Characteristics Khsiba Samia, Amrouni Oula, Ben Mustapha Karim, Gaâloul Nadia, Bancon-Montigny3 Chrystelle ID697: The contribution of endemism in biomimetic eco-architecture applied to coastal tourist facilities. Case of Ben M hidi ZET in Skikda town, Algeria. Saida Teraa, Meriama Bencherif ID897: The global phenomena of harmful algal blooms (HAB): Environmental and socioeconomic impacts Leila Basti, Kiyohito Nagai, Jiyoji Go, Keita Higuchi, Sho Okano, Tatsuya Oda, Toshiyuki Suzuki, Satoshi Nagai EMCEI

86 24 14:30~17:30 NOV. Session: T7-PS1 Room: Big Hall ID201: Non-uniform morphologic trend of sheltered microtidal flats, example the Gulf of Gabes, southern Mediterranean coast, Tunisia Maher Gzam, Chadlia Ounissi, Said Ben Hamed, Mona Angar, Younes Jedoui ID790: sedimentological study for the monitoring of the sediment transport pattern in the lagoon of Bizerte (north Tunisia). Nessim Douss, Oula Amrouni, Nadia Gaaloul, Alberto Sanchez, Bechir Bejaoui, Mohamed Moncef Serbaji ID761: Mathematical model for primary production within the Portuguese coastal zone Jose Pinho, Diogo Neves, Jose Vieira ID345: Organotin pollution along the Tunisian coasts: Status of imposex before and after the ratification of the Anti-Fouling Systems (AFS) convention Youssef Lahbib, Sami Abidli, Najoua Trigui El Menif ID365: Salinity as a factor regulating growth of the toxic dinoflagellate Alexandrium minutum Moufida Abdennadher, Amel Bellaaj Zouari, Wafa Feki Sahnoun, Asma Hamza ID694: Management of Moroccan fisheries with the Ecopath model Elkalay Khalid, Zfzafi Ilham, Damsiri Zainab, Rhomad Hanane, Khalil Karima ID315: Spatiotemporal variation of physicochemical and bacteriological parametres for site selection of finfish cage in Souahlia Bay,Chlef (Algeria) Chahinez Laama, Nour El Islam Bachari ID711: Diagenetic modeling of organic matter recycling in two eutrophicated estuaries: bioirrigation effect Karima Khalil, Anniet Laverman, Mélanie Raimonet, Christophe Rabouille ID639: Complementarity of the physical and numerical modeling for the study of the overtopping in the Algerian center zone The site of the Sablettes Dahmani Abd El Alim, Bachari Fouzia, Mezouar Khoudir, Boudouma Zahia ID660: Trace metals accumulation in surface sediments of the Gulf of Gabes: Usefulness of metal sediment fractionation Sirine Amri, Noureddine Zaaboub, Walid Oueslati ID621: Toward a study of environmental impact of conventional ships Abdelmoula Ait Allal, Khalifa Mansouri, Mohamed Youssfi, Mohammed Qbadou ID715: Toward a study of environmental and social impact of Autonomous Ship Abdelmoula Ait Allal, Khalifa Mansouri, Mohamed Youssfi, Mohammed Qbadou ID275: Benthic foraminifera and trace element distribution: A case-study from the bay of Monastir (Tunisia) Mohamed Damak, Fabrizio Frontalini, Monom Kallel ID165: A 2350 years sequence of extreme events revealed by lagoonal deposits in the north east of Tunisia (Ghar el Melh lagoon). Balkis Samah Kohila, Laurent Dezileau, Soumaya Boussetta, Nejib Kallel ID899: Comparison of pollen distribution in surface sediments of the northeastern Tunisia (Ghar el Melh lagoon) with remotely sensed vegetation data Gaceur, E., Desprat, S., Rouis-Zargouni I., Kallel, N. 86 EMCEI 2017

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89 TOPIC 8. Remote Sensing & GIS for Geo-Environmental Investigations Conference Scientific Committee Abdelazim Negm: Zagazig University, Egypt Abdelwaheb Aydi: FSB, University of Carthage, Tunisia Barbara Koch: University of Freiburg, Germany Ibrahim Ozdemir: University, Faculty of Forestry, Turkey Ismail Rakip Karas: Karabuk University, Faculty of Engineering, Turkey Maria Teresa Melis: University of Cagliari, Italy Moncef Bouaziz: Technische Universität Dresden, Germany Nilanchal Patel: Birla Institute of Technology Mesra, India Pierre-Louis Frison: University of Paris-Est-Marne, France Yuji Murayama: University of Tsukuba, Japan EMCEI

90 23 10:30~13:00 NOV. Session: T8-OS1 Room: 2 ID656: Potentially invasive alien plants surveying and monitoring in the agro-ecosystems of the Tunisian Sahel Najla Sayari, Mounir Mekki ID40: Utilizing remote sensing at a subsistence farming level to examine child malnutrition in the age of climate change - an exploratory study in the Kossi region of Burkina Faso Raissa Sorgho, Jonas Frank, Seraphin Simboro, Sandra Barteit, Rainer Sauerborn ID44: Modelling Bird Species Richness Using Satellite Data Ibrahim Ozdemir, Ahmet Mert, Ulas Yunus Ozkan, Sengul Aksan, Yasin Unal ID385: Applied of non-parametric kriging metho to improve soil salinity map: the case study of the lower Cheliff plain, Algeria Koulla Noureddine, Bradaï Abdelhamid, Douaoui Abdelkader ID758: Remote sensing for drought assessment and monitoring: a case of Botswana Sithabile Tirivarombo, Gladness Oromeng ID531: Coastline change of the Aksehir Lake between 1984 to 2016 Murat Uysal, Nizar Polat, Mehmet Ali Dereli ID722: Volcanic SO2 conversion to sulfate aerosols: Impact on nadir TIR satellite observations Henda Guermazi, Pasquale Sellitto, Mohamed Moncef Serbaji, Bernard Legras, Farhat Rekhiss ID429: Estimation of dinoflagellate and diatoms algae in algiers bay from landsat satellite data Boufeniza Redouane Larbi, Bachari Houma Fouzia, Alsahli Mohammad, Bachari Nour El Islam, Chekroun Nesrine, Boudjema Siham, Benm Barek Ghania ID215: Lake Nubia Sediment Capacity Estimation Based on Satellite Remotely Sensed Detected Bathymetry Abdelazim Negm, Mohamed Elsahabi, Omar Makboul ID587: Investigating satellite based navigation approach in soil loss predication- Case study of Soan Watershed, Pakistan Sheikh Saeed Ahmad, Bashir Hafsa ID557: Flood Water Management in Arid Regions Case Studies: Wadi Al Jizzi, Oman, Wadi Abu Nsheifah, Saudi Arabia, and Wadi Dhuleil, Jordan Eyad Abushandi ID526: Remote Sensing and GIS Techniques for Evaluation of Groundwater Quality in middle valley of Medjerda, Tunisia Fatma Trabelsi ID60: Refining Surface Net Radiation Estimates in Arid and Semi-arid Climates of Iran Ali-Akbar Sabziparvar, Foroogh Golkar, William B. Rossow ID410: Investigating the morphological changes of the Nile River from Aswan High Dam to Delta Barrages, using RS/GIS Abdelazim Negm, Mohamed Elsahabi, Neama Abd El- Basset, Reham El-Sayed, Shenouda Ghaly, Kamal Ali 90 EMCEI 2017

91 24 08:30~10:30 NOV. Session: T8-PS1 Room: Big Hall ID597: Finding space to grow urban hedges as a natural air filter along pedestrian paths: a GIS based investigation of Cardiff city centre Muhammad Irfan, Hishiv Shah, Aleksandra Koj, Hywel Thomas ID744: The design and implementation of a Hydrogeological Information System (HISM) for groundwater management of Monastir Imen Hentati, Nadia Trabelsi, Ibtissem Triki, Moncef Zairi ID426: Using Geographic Information System for mapping water Werosion of Wadi Sahel-Soummam watershed s soils (Algeria). Mokhtari El Hadj, Merzouk Belkacem, Chikhi Tareq, Hamiche Mohamed Said ID15: Burned area mapping by using single-date principal component analysis Mazari Ait Kaci, Gitas Ioannis Z., Amel Alioua, Khadaj Tammam ID820: Use of GIS and satellite imagery in the study of the spatial distribution of vegetation in the Entifa forest (High Atlas Central, Morocco) Mohammed Amine Slimani, Ahmed El Aboudi, Abdelmejid Rahimi, Zahra Khalil ID403: Land cover change detection in Tunisian Oases through MODIS data (Products: MOD13Q1) Cherine Ben Khalfallah, Dalel Ouerchefani, Khouloud Mazouzi, Eric Delaitre, Faiza Khebour-Allouche ID456: Detection vegetation changes in oases of Gabes using EO1/Hyperion data Ben Arfa Jouda, Katlane Rim, Berges Jean Claude, Lavie Emilie, Arnaud-Fassetta Gilles, Zargouni Fouad ID625: ASSESSMENT OF SOIL EROSION BY WATER USING RUSLE, REMOTE SENSING AND GIS IN GABES COAST-SOUTHERN TUNISIA: STUDY CASE OF OUED EL SOURRAG WATERSHED Emna Medhioub, Moncef Bouaziz, Samir Bouaziz ID476: Essay of lineaments and mega-fractures identification and their role in the water upwelling and the formation of the sebkhats in Ouargla basin- Algeria Sahara. Mohammed Hadjkouider, Imed Eddine Nezli ID100: Remote sensing for land use mapping and desertification diachronic monitoring in the Eastern part of the Aurès (Algeria). Hassen Benmessaoud, Abdelhafid Bouzekri ID915: Remote sensing based actual evapotranspiration estimation over a semi-arid heterogeneous land: comparison to extra Large Aperture Scintillometer measurements Saadi S., Boulet G., Simonneaux V., Bahir M., Brut A., Mougenot B., Fanise P., Lili Chabaane Z. ID462: Satellite-derived land surface temperature and landscape characterization of National Capital Region (NCR), India using multispectral and thermal data Hang Thi Hoang, Atiqur Rahman, Javed Mallick ID434: The use of Remote Sensing and GIS for the mapping of diachronic evolution from wetlands to the Arid Regions. Application to Ouargla in Algeria and Al Qassim i Habib Oukba Kounta, Imed Eddine Nezli, Messaoud Hacini, Sultan Hasan Alsultan ID785: Study of landuse change using remotesensing in the lower-cheliff plain (Algeria) Mokhtari Djamel Eddine, Douaoui Abdelkader, Yahiaoui Ibrahim, Guerziz Hafidha D434: The use of Remote Sensing and GIS for the mapping of diachronic evolution from wetlands to the Arid Regions. Application to Ouargla in Algeria and Al Qassim i Habib Oukba Kounta, Imed Eddine Nezli, Messaoud Hacini, Sultan Hasan Alsultan ID678: evaporation estimation using Landsat 8 data and its contribution to salts dynamics in the Lower Cheliff plain (Algeria) Ibrahim Yahiaoui, Abdelkader Douaoui, Abdelhamid Bradaï, Abdelkrim Khaldi, Fella Mokhtari EMCEI

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95 TOPIC 9. Environmental Impacts of Geo/Natural Hazards (Earthquakes, Landslides, Volcanic & Marine Hazards) Conference Scientific Committee Abdessalem El Ghali: FSB, University of Carthage, Tunisia Abdullah Al-Amri: King Saud University, Saudi Arabia Andrei Bala: National Institute for Earth Physics, Romania Assia Harbi: Centre of Research of Astronomy, Algeria Biswajeet Pradhan: University Putra, Malaysia Hakim Gabtni: Centre de Recherches et des Technologies des Eaux (CERTE), Tunisia Imen Hamdi Nasr: FSB, University of Carthage, Tunisia Ismail Trabelsi: Centre de Recherches et des Technologies des Eaux (CERTE), Tunisia Mustapha Meghraoui: University of Strasbourg, France Rihab Hadji: University of Farhat Abbas, Setif, Algeria Samir Bouaziz: ENIS, University of Sfax, Tunisia Settimio Ferlisi: University of Salerno, Italy Zakaria Hamimi: Benha University, Egypt EMCEI

96 23 10:30~13:00 NOV. Session: T9-OS1 Room: 3 ID918: Groundwater Uses & Geo-Hazards Hatim Elhatip ID351: Empirical fragility curves for masonry buildings in slow-moving landslide-affected areas of southern Italy Settimio Ferlisi, Gianfranco Nicodemo, Dario Peduto ID478: Contribution of remote sensing and GIS in spatio-temporal analysis and mapping of the zones susceptibility to the Ground movements hazard in the NW of Tunisia: example of the Kef area Radhia Mansour, Nouha Brachen, Abdesselem Elghali ID139: The role of local authorities in communicating landslide hazard to orang asli (indigenous) community in Cameron Highlands Jamilah Ahmad, Habibah Lateh ID525: An Artificial Neural Networks model for predicting factor of safety of homogenous earth dam Messaoud Djeddou, Abdelatif Zeraoul, Ali Fourar ID25: Seismic stability analysis and stabilization of an unstable urbanized slope Mohamed Khemissa, Ahmed Seddiki ID98: New Relationship between Fundamental Site Frequency and Thickness of Soft Sediments from Seismic Ambient Noise Abd El-Aziz Abd El-Aal ID105: ESTIMATION OF SITE EFFECT USING MICROTREMOR TECHNIQUE AT 15th MAY CITY, HELWAN, EGYPT Khaled Omar, Mohammed Atef, Abd El Basit Abu Deif, Mohsen Atiya ID108: Improved crustal structure models in western part of ROMANIA A step forward to assessment of the seismic risk in an earthquake endangered country Bala Andrei, Tataru Dragos, Grecu Bogdan Measurements: Southwestern Anatolia, Turkey Ibrahim Tiryakioglu, Engin Gulal, Halil Ibrahim Solak, Caglar Ozkaymak ID301: Monitoring of the Current Tectonic Movements In Aksehir-Sultandagi Fault Zone After The February 2002 (Mw: 6.2) Earthquake Ibrahim Tiryakioğlu, Tamer Baybura, Caglar Ozkaymak, Mustafa Yılmaz, Mehmet Ali Uğur, Cemal Özer Yiğit, Ahmet Anıl Dindar, Fatih Poyraz ID163: Extreme flood events reconstruction spanning the last century in the El Bibane lagoon (Southeast of Tunisia): a multi-proxy approach Aida Affouri, Laurent Dezileau, Nejib Kallel ID179: Analysis of hydrosedimentary indicators for the study of coastal erosion. Case of Bejaia coast (ALGERIA) Mohamed Bouhmadouche, Yacine Hemdane, Farid Atroune ID606: Quick Urban Flood Risk Assessment in Arid Environment using HECRAS and Dam Break Theory: Case study of Daghbag Dam in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia Amro Elfeki, Anis Al-Shabani, Jarbou Bahrawi, Saeed Alzahrani ID408: Tsunami evacuation planning. Application to an extreme event in the Western Mediterranean Sea Ignacio Aguirre-Ayerbe, Íñigo Aniel-Quiroga, Mauricio González ID337: Geospatial Approach on Landslide Susceptibility Zonation and Geo-design in Semi-Arid Mountainous Watershed, Saudi Arabia Javed Mallick, Hang Thi Hoang, Saiful Islam, Roohul Abad Khan ID276: Crustal Deformation Modelling by GNSS 96 EMCEI 2017

97 24 08:30~10:30 NOV. Session: T9-PS1 Room: Big Hall ID378: Landslide susceptibility mapping using Analytic Hierarchy Process method in BBA-Bouira Region, case study of East-west Highway, NE Algeria Lamri Dahoua, Savenko Viatcheslav Yakovitch, Riheb Hadji, Farid Zahri ID853: Rehabilitation of a centenary viaduct affected by landslides in Constantine city (Algeria) Saihia Abdallah ID254: Landslide hazard zonation mapping using frequency ratio and fuzzy logic approach, a case study national road n 11 (Bizerte-Béja: Northern Tunisia) Adel Klai, Mohamed Khaled Bouzid, Romdhane Haddad, Mohamed Chedly Rabia ID230: Using GIS & RS for landslide susceptibility mapping: comparing AHP, LI and FR methods for the wadi Mellah basin, NE Algeria Riheb Hadji, Yacine Achour, Younes Hamed ID61: Mechanical instability of saturated sandy soils under vibration effect Mohammed Bousmaha, Hanifi Missoum, Renaud Toussaint, Karim Bendani ID570: Impact of landslides on environment Ankit Singh, Tarun Singh, R. Nagarajan ID745: Meeting parasismic knowledge needs of algerian architects Mohammed Benabdelfattah, Youcef Kehila, Abdelkrim Makhloufi ID277: Characterization of based sources of pollution in Monastir Bay, status of heavy metal concentration in bed sediment Mohamed Damak, Zied Marzouki, Leila Chäri, Monem Kallel ID903: Regional Frequency Analysis of Annual Maximum Daily Precipitation in the Northeast of Algeria - Soummam Watershed- Mohammed Achite, Mohammed Benaini ID919: Underground mining and its impact on the soil and subsoil environment. Case study: Mine Chaabet El Hamra Sétif-Algeria Mohamed Laid Boukelloul, Mohamed Bounouala, Sami Yahyaoui ID373: Statistical model using GIS for the assessment of landslide susceptibility. Case-study: Laalam (East of Algeria) Safia Mokadem EMCEI

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101 TOPIC 10. Environmental Health Sciences (Natural & Social Impacts on Human Health) Conference Scientific Committee Damiano Gustavo Mita: Institute of Genetics and Biophysics, Naples, Italy Imed Gargouri: Faculty of Medicine, University of Sfax, Tunisia Madhi Jaghbir: University of Jordan, Jordan Mustapha Hasnaoui: University of Sultan Moulay Slimane, Morocco Panagiotis Karanis: Qinghai University, Germany & China Ridha Mzoughi: LRHSP, Tunisia Souad A. Benromdhane: HEID, OAQPS, U.S. EPA, USA EMCEI

102 23 10:30~13:00 NOV. Session: T10-OS1 Room: 4 ID31: Helminths in the digestive tract of chickens in the region of Sidi Aissa (Algeria) Ahlem Guerzou, Ilham Sahki-Benabbes, Ouahabi Samiha, Allali Samira, Doumandji Salaheddine ID657: Cognitive approaches to architectural conception: an aid tool for therapy of people with depression case of the inhabitants of the old town of Annaba. Soundouss Ismahane Talantikite, Salah Chaouche ID162: Air pollution effects on Health in Kenitra Rachida El Morabet, Mohamed Aneflouss, Said Mouak ID243: Impact of climate parameters on Respiratory Syncytial Virus bronchiolitis in children during a 13- year surveillance period. Ines Brini, Naila Hannachi, Muhammad Ijaz, Manel Marzouk, Asma Ferjeni, Jihene Bouguila, Sonia Nouri Merchaoui, Lamia Boughamoura ID664: Blood Cr and Ni in bladder cancer and prostate adenoma patients Feki-Tounsi Molka, Olmedo Pablo, Gil Fernando, Mhiri Mohamed-Nabil, Rebai Ahmed, Hamza-Chaffai Amel ID752: Speciation, oral bioaccessibility and health risk assessments of Cd, Pb and Zn in agricultural soils contaminated by mine tailings in Mediterranean environment Hbaieb Rania, Soubrand Marilyne, Joussein Emmanuel, Medhioub Mounir Anahit Aleksandryan, Vahagn Khachatryan ID154: Risk assessment at exposure to persistent organic pollutants: human health and the environment Anahit Aleksandryan, Artak Khachatryan ID110: The absorption of iodine 131 beta ray by the human body: scaling study A. Bentabet, A. Betka, H. Gumus, A. Azbouche ID901: ASSESSMENT OF KNOWLEDGE AND BEHAVIORS REGARDING TRANS FATTY ACIDS AMONG STUDENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF JORDAN Madi Tawfiq Abed Elwaly Al-Jag, Abdelhakeem Rahmi Abu Arrah, Rima Mashal ID 453: The effects of global warming on Cardiorespiratory system Areti Tsaloglidou, Konstantinos Koukourikos, Ioanna Papathanasiou, Despoina Koutsochristou, Paraskevi Dalagozi, Labrini Kourkouta ID902: Pesticide Residues in Fruits and Vegetables Samples from Jordan Market: Dietary Intake and Risk Assessment During 2010/2011 Madi Tawfiq Abed Elwaly Al-Jaghabir, Marwa Alsubaih, Abdelkader Hamdi Battah ID152: Approaches to chemicals risk assessment with regards to human health and the environment 102 EMCEI 2017

103 24 08:30~10:30 NOV. Session: T10-PS1 Room: Big Hall ID546: Human fibrosarcoma targetting integrins with cucurbitacin B purified from Ecballium elaterium (L.) A. Rich Imen Touihri-Barakati, Olfa Kallech-Ziri, Wiem Ayadi, Karim Hosni, José Luis ID158: Extended- Spectrum beta-lactamasesproducing Enterobacteriaceae isolated from a river water receiving an effluent treatment plant Abdelbasset Mechai, Manel Debabza, Hafiza Sedira, Sabrina Fadeleddine, Abdelouaheb Mechai ID759: In vitro activity of antifungal combinations against planktonic cells of C. albicans isolated from medical devices at the University Hospital Center of Tlemcen UHC of Tlemcen (Algeria) Hidaya Fatima Zohra Touil, Kebir Boucherit, Zahia Boucherit-Otmani, Feriel Benmansour ID147: Phenotypic characterization of Gram negative bacilli strains isolated from dry sludge of a wastewater treatment plant Manel Debabza, Abdelbasset Mechai, Meriem Difallah, Hadjer Halaimia, Abdelouaheb Mechai ID501: Study of the impact of phytosanitary products and growth hormones in livestock on Tunisian consumer health Meriem Salah, Sonia Boudiche, Sameh Amara, Salwa Bornaz ID569: Evaluation of the anti-bacterial activity of Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) and Rosemary (Romarinus officinalis) Essential Oils on Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Souad Djeghboub, Mustapha Oumouna, Noureddine Benyahia ID238: The new epidemiological challenges of the Tunisian school: are we ready? Foued Maaoui, Imen Moumni, Lasaad Mouelhi ID240: The impact of pesticides on health Lambrini Kourkouta, Alexandros Monios, Christos Iliadis, Paraskevi Dalagkozi, Petros Ouzounakis, Ioanna Papathanasiou ID242: The effects of exposure of health care professionals to volatile anesthetic gases Paraskevi Dalagkozi, Ilias Bogiatzis, Christos Iliadis, Areti Tsaloglidou, Fotini Balaura, Lambrini Kourkouta ID304: Epidemiological and climate impact on the distribution of leishmaniasis in the Middle Eastern part of Algeria. Samir Zeroual, Randa Gaouaoui, Maroua Cherfeddine, Hamid Boudjelida ID684: Breast cancer: Hereditary, Dietary and Environmental risk factors Salima Taleb, Meriem Soualhia, Siwar Rouabhia ID262: Environmental impacts and cost of degradation-remediation of air pollution and noise pollution of the urban community of Fez (Morocco) Bassma Antouh, Mostafa El Qandil ID239: Poisoning by dangerous gases Christos Iliadis, Alexandros Monios, Areti Tsaloglidou, Konstantinos Koukourikos, Eikaterini Georgoudi, Lambrini Kourkouta ID120: Allergy to mites, sensitivity to tropical species in two regions in Algeria Lahiani Sadjia, Galleni Moreno ID883: Determination of Mercury in Human Blood and Hair samples from the People Living Environment Adjacent to Petrochemical Industry Zone in Libya Adel A.S Banana, Efaq Noman, Al-Gheethi Aa, Mohamed Rm, Amir Hashim Mk, Yousef Aribi Hassairi ID164: Corticotropic and fecondity responses of footshocked pregnant female rats treated with harmine Rima Benatoui, Amina Djouini, Abdelmadjid Bairi, Abdelkrim Tahraoui ID631: Qualitative Study on the Management of Chemicals at Research Laboratories of Casablanca s Medecine and Pharmacy Faculty. Housni Hajar, Amri Meriem, Nadia Tahiri Jouti, Mohamed Tahiri ID884: Assessment of Heavy Metals in Environment Adjacent to Petrochemical Industry Zone in Libya Adel A.S Banana, Efaq Noman, Al-Gheethi Aa, Mohamed Rm, Amir Hashim Mk, Yousef Aribi Hassairi ID522: Insect ectoparasites on two species of aquatic birds ; black coot Fulica atra and Moorhen Gallinula chloropus in the North Eastern of Algeria (PNEK) Ziani Roumayssa, Lazli Amel, Marniche Faiza EMCEI

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107 Program Index ID: Session ID: Session ID: Session ID: Session ID: Session ID: Session 009: T2-PS3 010: T4-PS1 015: T8-PS1 025: T9-OS1 026: T4-OS1 028: T3-PS1 031: T10-OS1 038: T4-PS1 037: T4-PS1 040: T8-OS1 041: T3-PS1 044: T8-OS1 045: T2-OS2 047: T6-OS1 048: T3-OS3 049: T3-OS2 050: T4-PS1 052: T2-PS2 053: T1-OS1 054: T2-PS2 056: T2-PS1 057: T2-PS2 058: T3-OS1 060: T8-OS1 061: T9-PS1 062: T2-PS1 069: T3-PS2 070: T5-PS2 072: T3-PS1 075: T5-PS1 076: T5-PS1 080: T4-PS1 092: T5-PS3 094: T3-OS3 097: T2-PS3 098: T9-OS1 100: T8-PS1 101: T5-OS2 102: T4-PS1 103: T5-OS1 104: T4-OS1 105: T9-OS1 107: T4-PS1 108: T9-OS1 109: T5-PS2 110: T10-OS1 111: T1-OS2 117: T2-PS2 118: T5-PS2 120: T10-PS1 121: T5-OS3 122: T1-PS2 124: T5-PS1 125: T7-OS1 127: T4-PS1 128: T7-OS1 129: T4-PS1 130: T2-OS2 131: T3-OS2 132: T1-PS1 135: T4-PS1 138: T6-OS1 139: T9-OS1 141: T2-OS1 142: T2-PS2 143: T5-PS3 146: T5-OS1 147: T10-PS1 152: T10-OS1 153: T2-PS1 154: T10-OS1 155: T1-OS1 157: T5-OS4 158: T10-PS1 159: T2-OS1 161: T5-PS3 162: T10-OS1 163: T9-OS1 164: T10-PS1 165: T7-PS1 166: T1-PS1 168: T2-PS2 169: T4-PS1 170: T3-PS1 171: T2-PS1 173: T2-OS2 174: T5-OS2 176: T4-OS1 179: T9-OS1 182: T5-OS2 183: T2-PS2 185: T3-OS2 189: T2-OS1 190: T2-OS2 193: T4-OS1 194: T5-PS3 195: T1-OS1 199: T7-OS1 201: T7-PS1 202: T4-OS1 203: T4-OS1 209: T2-PS1 210: T1-PS2 212: T5-OS2 214: T4-OS1 215: T8-OS1 218: T1-PS1 219: T3-PS2 220: T4-OS1 221: T3-OS2 224: T5-PS2 225: T5-OS4 226: T5-PS3 227: T3-PS1 228: T5-PS2 230: T9-PS1 233: T1-PS2 234: T3-PS1 235: T2-PS1 236: T2-OS2 238: T10-PS1 239: T10-PS1 240: T10-PS1 242: T10-PS1 243: T10-OS1 244: T1-PS2 245: T1-PS2 248: T6-PS1 251: T6-OS1 252: T2-OS4 254: T9-PS1 255: T1-PS1 256: T2-OS2 259: T5-OS4 260: T2-PS3 262: T10-PS1 264: T7-OS1 265: T5-PS1 268: T3-OS2 269: T2-OS1 270: T3-OS1 271: T2-PS3 274: T5-OS1 275: T7-PS1 276: T9-OS1 277: T9-PS1 278: T1-OS1 279: T5-OS4 280: T1-OS2 281: T7-OS1 282: T4-OS1 285: T2-OS4 287: T5-OS1 288: T3-OS1 289: T3-PS1 291: T2-PS1 292: T4-PS1 296: T3-PS2 297: T3-OS2 298: T4-OS1 299: T2-OS1 300: T4-PS1 301: T9-OS1 302: T2-OS2 304: T10-PS1 305: T4-PS1 306: T1-PS2 308: T7-OS1 311: T4-PS1 312: T1-OS2 314: T3-OS1 315: T7-PS1 317: T1-OS2 319: T2-OS2 320: T1-PS2 323: T2-PS3 327: T1-PS2 330: T2-PS3 333: T6-PS1 334: T5-PS3 336: T7-OS1 337: T9-OS1 340: T3-OS2 341: T6-OS1 343: T6-OS1 344: T4-PS1 345: T7-PS1 347: T1-OS2 348: T2-PS2 349: T3-OS3 350: T4-PS1 351: T9-OS1 352: T3-PS1 353: T1-OS1 354: T5-OS1 355: T6-PS1 356: T2-PS1 357: T2-OS2 359: T3-PS2 360: T5-PS1 361: T2-PS3 362: T2-OS3 363: T2-OS4 364: T3-PS2 365: T7-PS1 366: T2-PS3 367: T1-OS2 371: T3-PS1 372: T5-PS2 373: T9-PS1 374: T4-PS1 375: T1-OS1 376: T4-PS1 377: T5-OS2 378: T9-PS1 379: T5-PS1 382: T2-OS3 384: T3-PS2 385: T8-OS1 386: T1-OS2 387: T5-PS2 388: T2-OS3 389: T2-OS4 390: T5-OS1 391: T3-PS2 392: T3-OS3 395: T2-OS2 396: T1-OS2 397: T2-OS1 399: T7-OS1 401: T5-OS4 402: T3-OS3 403: T8-PS1 404: T2-PS1 407: T7-OS1 408: T9-OS1 410: T8-OS1 413: T4-PS1 424: T5-PS1 426: T8-PS1 427: T2-PS2 428: T6-PS1 429: T8-OS1 431: T5-PS2 432: T2-PS1 434:T8-PS1 435: T6-PS1 436: T1-OS2 437: T3-PS1 439: T5-PS2 440: T5-PS2 442: T3-OS1 443: T3-PS2 444: T5-OS2 445: T3-PS2 446: T5-PS2 447: T2-PS1 448: T5-PS3 452: T2-OS3 453: T10-OS1 454: T3-PS2 455: T2-PS2 456: T8-PS1 457: T5-OS2 458: T2-OS1 459: T5-OS4 460: T7-OS1 461: T2-PS1 462: T8-PS1 464: T5-OS2 465: T3-PS2 466: T5-PS2 467: T2-OS4 468: T2-PS3 469: T2-OS4 470: T4-OS1 472: T3-PS2 473: T5-PS1 475: T2-PS2 476: T8-PS1 477: T5-PS3 478: T9-OS1 481: T5-PS3 482: T2-PS2 484: T2-PS1 485: T2-PS3 486: T1-PS1 487: T1-PS1 489: T4-PS1 490: T5-PS2 491: T2-OS1 492: T3-PS2 494:T5-PS1 495: T4-OS1 496: T2-OS3 497: T2-PS1 500: T3-OS3 501: T10-PS1 502: T3-PS1 503: T5-OS2 504: T3-OS3 506: T4-PS1 508: T5-PS2 509: T1-PS1 510: T2-OS3 517: T5-OS2 518: T2-PS3 519: T6-OS1 522: T10-PS1 525: T9-OS1 526: T8-OS1 530: T2-PS1 531: T8-OS1 543: T4-PS1 544: T2-OS4 546: T10-PS1 547: T2-OS2 548: T2-OS2 550: T4-PS1 553: T2-PS2 556: T5-PS3 557: T8-OS1 569: T10-PS1 570: T9-PS1 578: T2-PS1 579: T5-PS2 580: T5-OS1 582: T2-PS1 583: T5-OS4 584: T1-PS1 587: T8-OS1 590: T5-PS1 593: T3-OS2 594: T3-OS1 597: T8-PS1 599: T5-OS3 600: T5-PS3 601: T3-OS2 602: T4-OS1 603: T4-PS1 604: T5-PS1 606: T9-OS1

108 Program Index ID: Session ID: Session ID: Session ID: Session 608: T1-OS2 610: T6-PS1 613: T1-OS1 617: T3-PS2 621: T7-PS1 622: T7-OS2 624: T1-OS2 625: T8-PS1 626: T2-PS3 627: T2-OS4 628: T5-OS3 629: T6-OS1 630: T1-PS1 631: T10-PS1 632: T6-OS1 633: T4-PS1 634: T5-PS1 636: T1-PS2 639: T7-PS1 641: T5-PS3 642: T5-OS3 643: T2-PS3 647: T5-PS1 653: T6-PS1 655: T2-OS3 656: T8-OS1 657: T10-OS1 658: T3-OS1 659: T4-PS1 660: T7-PS1 661: T6-OS1 662: T6-OS1 663: T3-PS1 664: T10-OS1 669: T3-PS2 670: T5-OS3 674: T2-OS3 675: T2-PS2 676: T2-PS3 677: T3-OS3 678: T8-PS1 679: T1-PS2 681: T2-PS3 682: T2-OS3 683: T2-OS4 684: T10-PS1 685: T7-OS2 686: T4-PS1 687: T2-OS4 691: T3-PS2 693: T4-PS1 694: T7-PS1 695: T3-OS2 696: T7-OS2 697: T7-OS2 699: T1-PS2 700: T7-OS2 702: T2-OS3 707: T7-OS2 709: T6-PS1 710: T5-PS1 711: T7-PS1 712: T3-PS1 713: T3-OS1 714: T7-OS2 715: T7-PS1 717: T5-OS1 718: T5-PS1 721: T5-PS2 722: T8-OS1 723: T3-OS2 724: T5-PS2 725: T5-OS3 726: T3-OS1 727: T4-PS1 728: T4-OS1 729: T3-PS2 730: T6-PS1 732: T4-OS1 733: T2-OS2 734: T3-OS3 735: T1-PS2 736: T3-OS1 737: T5-OS4 738: T6-OS1 740: T5-OS4 743: T4-PS1 744: T8-PS1 745: T9-PS1 749: T3-PS1 751: T5-OS3 752: T10-OS1 753: T1-OS1 754: T5-OS1 755: T2-OS1 756: T2-OS1 757: T3-PS1 758: T8-OS1 759: T10-PS1 760: T1-PS2 761: T7-PS1 762: T5-PS2 764: T1-PS1 765: T1-OS2 767: T2-PS3 768: T5-PS1 769: T3-PS1 771: T4-PS1 772: T1-OS1 775: T5-PS1 777: T2-OS3 778: T3-PS1 779: T2-OS3 780: T1-OS2 782: T1-OS2 784: T3-OS3 785: T8-PS1 786: T3-OS1 787: T3-PS2 788: T3-PS2 789: T5-OS3 790: T7-PS1 793: T5-OS3 796: T7-OS2 797: T5-OS3 798: T5-PS2 800: T5-PS3 801: T2-OS3 804: T5-PS1 805: T5-PS3 806: T1-PS1 807: T1-OS2 808: T3-OS3 809: T5-OS1 813: T5-PS2 814: T1-PS1 816: T1-OS2 820: T8-PS1 824: T5-OS1 825: T2-PS1 826: T2-PS3 827: T5-PS1 829: T3-PS1 832: T3-PS2 835: T4-OS1 838: T3-OS1 839: T5-OS4 840: T1-PS1 844: T5-PS1 845: T3-OS3 846: T2-PS2 847: T1-PS1 848: T3-OS2 849: T2-PS2 851: T1-OS1 852: T1-OS1 853: T9-PS1 854: T1-OS1 856: T5-PS3 858: T3-OS3 859: T3-PS1 861: T2-OS4 862: T1-PS1 864: T3-PS1 868: T2-PS2 870: T2-PS3 871: T2-OS1 872: T2-OS4 878: T3-OS3 880: T2-PS2 881: T2-OS4 882: T7-OS2 883: T10-PS1 884: T10-PS1 885: T5-PS3 886: T1-PS1 887: T1-PS1 888: T6-PS1 889: T6-PS1 890: T6-PS1 892: T5-PS3 893: T2-PS3 894: T3-PS1 895: T4-PS1 896:T 5-PS1 897: T7-OS2 898: T3-PS2 899: T7-PS1 900: T3-PS2 901: T10-OS1 902: T10-OS1 903: T9-PS1 904: T3-PS2 911: T5-PS3 912: T5-PS3 914: T4-PS1 915: T8-PS1 917: T1-PS1 918: T9-OS1 919: T9-PS1 920:-T5-PS2 921-T2-PS2 922-T2-PS2 108 EMCEI 2017

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