Showing posts from May, 2011

Climate Workshop at WESC

It was a gneiss days! at Wadi Environmental Science Centre I've take part in the amazing climate intern. I've learned a lot of good things from it. Even if you love your work you need some rest from the work routine. Climate, climate change, water scarcity in Egypt and sea level raise is the topics been discussed in team work style. The program  scheduled in perfect way! to trigger or release your skills. Actually I missed the first day but they explain  every thing to me like i was there before. I'll blog using the workshop booklet as a guide.
Story telling
Will Bates the 350 global campaign co-director give us a good session about story telling. I'm not a story teller specially about my self, but I'm a blogger about my self :)
Brainstorming for water problems
Our brainstorm was about Seawater intrusion. We tried to explain the problem and i think we did our best!

Me and Amira tryied to explain how sea water intrude to the groundwater in coastal areas.
Tech Activities

Sannur Caves in BeniSuef

Sannur Cave is characterized by the presence of geological formations known as Stalactites and Stalagmites in a perfect beautiful formed over millions of years, about 60 million years ago dates back to the Era of Middle Eocene. Leakage of aqueous solutions of calcium carbonate saturated through the roof of the cave and then evaporated, leaving the mineral salts that accumulated in the form of deposits of stalactites and stalgmites. Sannur cave extends a distance of about 700 m, breadth about 15 m and depth is about 15 m. It’s Located in Beni Suef province, Egypt. about 70 kilometres southeast of the city. The cave is important to the scarcity of such natural formations “Egyptian Alabaster” as it is of great importance for researchers, Geologists, and Caving fans.


كهف وادي سنور في بني سويف من أجمل الكهوف التي رأيتها في حياتي. ما تراه في الصور هي أحجار جيرية نتجت عن عمليات التبخر من مياه الينابيع الحارة داخل الكهف، أو من عمليات ترسيب بطئ من قطرات المياه الساقطة من الشقوق التي تم…

Geology Quote

"I have a Bachelor of Science degree in geology from the City College of New York, and my great contribution to the field of geology is that I never entered it upon graduation."
- Colin Powell