Sawsan Hassan
Research Associate, Coordinator - Forage Systems

Sawsan Hassan's Publications

Tapping into the Environmental Co-benefits of Improved Tropical Forages for an Agroecological Transformation of Livestock Production Systems
Characterizing biomass yield and nutritional value of selected indigenous range species from arid Tunisia
Cactus Pear (Opuntia ficus-indica) Productivity, Proximal Composition and Soil Parameters as Affected by Planting Time and Agronomic Management in a Semi-Arid Region of India
Assessment of soil surface scarification and reseeding with sulla (Hedysarum coronarium L.) of degraded Mediterranean semi-arid rangelands
The Effect of Soil Volume Availability on Opuntia ficus-indica Canopy and Root Growth
Finding a Suitable Niche for Cultivating Cactus Pear (Opuntia ficus‐indica) as an Integrated Crop in Resilient Dryland Agroecosystems of India
Finding a Suitable Niche for Cultivating Cactus Pear (Opuntia ficus-indica) as an Integrated Crop in Resilient Dryland Agroecosystems of India
Impacts of bracteole removal and seeding rate on seedling emergence of halophyte shrubs: implications for rangeland rehabilitation in arid environments
Farmers’ adoption of sulla (Hedysarum coronarium L.) cultivation as an alternative livestock feed
Adoption and Utilization of Cactus Pear in South Asia—Smallholder Farmers’ Perceptions
A reliable and non-destructive method for estimating forage shrub cover and biomass in arid environments using digital vegetation charting technique
Nutrient intake and utilization in sheep fed opuntia [Opuntia ficus-indica (L.) Mill.] in combination with conventional green and dry fodders
Impact of grazing on soil, vegetation and ewe production performances in a semi-arid rangeland
Effects of salinity and drought on early seedling growth and survival of Artemisia herbaalba
Direct seeding of Salsola vermiculata for rehabilitation of degraded arid and semi-arid rangelands
Assessing the risk of flooding in Central Tunisia
Journal Article
November 26, 2013

Digital elevation models (DEM) can be used to derive a wealth of information about land surface morphology. When analyzed using GIS information about stream channels and watersheds it can determine the flow of water over the Earth’s surface...