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1 - M.N. EL-SABROUTY (1980): “Palynological studies on the Nubia Sandstone from some localities in Egypt” M. Sc. Thesis, Assiut University, Egypt, 144p., 25 plates.

 2 - M.N. EL-SABROUTY (1985): “Palynological studies on some Tertiary sedimentary rocks from the North-Western  desert of Egypt” Ph. D. Thesis, Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt – Languedoc University, Montpellier, France, 123p., 30 plates.

 3 – Ph. GUINET, M.N. EL-SABROUTY, H.A. SOLIMAN and A.M. OMRAN (1987):”Etude des caracteres du pollen des Legumineuses-Mimosoideae des sediments tertiaires du nord-ouest  de l’Egypte”. Mem. Trav. E.P.H.E., Inst. Montpellier, France, 17, p. 159-171.

 4 – M.N. EL-SABROUTY (1989): “ Morphological studies on some spores from the Upper Jurassic to Mid-Cretaceous in three wells, Western desert, Egypt”. J. Sohag Pure & Appl. Sci. Bull. Fac. Sci. Egypt, 5, p. 235265.

 5 – M.N. EL-SABROUTY (1990): “The Plio-Pleistocene climate in North-East of Sohag, from the analysis of the pollen floras”. J. Bull. Fac. Sci., Assiut Univ., 19 (1-F), p. 1 – 11.

6 – M.N. EL-SABROUTY and M.A. MASSOUD (1990): “ Palynological studies on the Miocene succession of the Gulf of Suez, Egypt”. J. Bull. Fac. Sci., Assiut Univ., 19 (1-F), p. 1324.

 7 – M.N. EL-SABROUTY and S.M. FAHIM (1996): “ Palynological studies in relation to the occurrence of paleowaters in the North-Western aquifers of Egypt”. J. Sohag Pure & Appl. Sci. Bull., Fac. Sci., South Valley University, Egypt, 12, p. 105 – 116.

 8 – M.N. EL-SABROUTY (1998): “ Determination of some plants during the Pharaonic time  from the analysis of pollen grains”. J. Egyptian Geol. Surv. & Min. Authority, Cairo, vol. XXI, pp. 159-168.

 9M.N. EL-SABROUTY (1998): “ Analysis of Allergenic pollen grains in the soil surface of Quseir and Hurghada, Red Sea Coast, Egypt”. Mans. Sci. Bull. (C Nat. Sci. and Phys. Sci.), 25 (1), June 1998: p. 7 – 23.

 

10 – M.N. EL-SABROUTY (1998): “ Palynological contribution to the Oligocene environmental and climatological conditions of the Nile Delta area”. Egyptian J. of Geology, vol. 42(2): pp. 517-530.

11 – EL-SABROUTY, M.N. and S.M. KAMEL (1999): “Pollen grain contents in the Nile sediments, Egypt: An indication of environmental pollution” Sixth Meeting of the Saudi Society for Earth Sciences, King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudia Arabia.

 12 - KAMEL, S.M. and M.N. EL-SABROUTY (1999): “Paleocene Palynomorphs and Planktonic Foraminifera from Gebel El-Mushraq, Northeast Sinai, Egypt” Sixth Meeting of the Saudi Society for Earth Sciences, King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudia Arabia.

 13 – M.N. EL-SABROUTY,  M.A. MASSOUD and M.A. TAMAM (2000): “ Upper Cretaceous Palynomorphs in Sedimentary deposits from Northeast Wadi Qena, Egypt”. J. Egyptian Geol. Surv. & Min. Authority, Cairo, vol. XXIII, pp. 579-595.

 14 – EL-SABROUTY M.N. (2003): "A palynological studies of genus Peucedanum (Umbelliferae) from the Paleocene Esna Shale Formation, North-Central Sinai, Egypt" J. Egyptian Geol. Surv. & Min. Authority, Cairo, vol. 25: pp. 127-140.

 15 – EL-SABROUTY M.N. and M.A. Sharaf (2003): "Oligocene and Plio-Pleistocene pollen grains from Western region, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia" J. Egyptian Geol. Surv. & Min. Authority, Cairo, vol. 26: pp. 317-338.

 16 – AL-ASWAD, A.A. and M.N. EL-SABROUTY (2007):"Palynostratigraphy of Sub-Tuwaiq Mountain Limestone Outcrops in Al-Arid Escarpments, South Central Saudi Arabia". Seventh Meeting of the Saudi Society for Earth Sciences (Geosciences and Sustainable Development) King ٍSaud University, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudia Arabia.

 17 – EL-SABROUTY M.N.(2007):"Pliocene palynomorphs from the North Nile Delta, Egypt". J. Egyptian Geol. Surv. & Min. Authority, Cairo (accepted and in press).

 18 – EL-SABROUTY M.N. and A.A. AL-LABOUN (2007):"Early Miocene pollen grains from the North Red Sea". J. Egyptian Geol. Surv. & Min. Authority, Cairo (accepted and in press).

 
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