Friday, March 23, 2012
Wednesday, March 9, 2011
The latest version of East Oweinat cultivation Map, which prepared from Landstat 7 ETM+ Images acquired on Jan 01, 2011. This updated version includes boundaries of land parcels and their owner's name, Roads and water wells. The map size fit A1 papers with dimensions of 594 mm width by 841 mm height.
Posted by Ragab A. Hafiez at 12:06 AM
Sunday, March 6, 2011
Mapping of the Qattara Depression, Egypt, using SRTM Elevation Data for Possible Hydropower and Climate Change Macro-Projects
Posted by Ragab A. Hafiez at 7:36 PM
Friday, November 19, 2010
Sohag a forgotten Governorate in the heart of the Upper Egypt is now connected to the Red Sea via a new Highway crossing the Eastern plateau. The new highway start from Al-Kawthar (Latitude: 26° 37' 07" N, Longitude: 31° 47' 50" E) a new planned Urban and Industrial area located 12 km east of Sohag town. The road extends 248 km eastward to cross Qena - Safaga Road at (Latitude: 26° 41' 34" N, Longitude: 33° 35' 55" E), and continue eastward 40 km to reach Safaga at the Red Sea coast. The total road length from Sohag to Safaga is 288km.
Posted by Ragab A. Hafiez at 7:10 PM
Friday, May 14, 2010
The latest version of East Oweinat Image and Map, which prepared by Ragab A. Hafiez from Landstat 7 ETM+ Images acquired on April 04, 2010. This updated version includes boundaries of land parcels and their owner's name, Roads and water wells. The map size fit A0 papers with dimensions of 841 mm width by 1189 mm height.
Download latest East Oweinat Map
Download latest East Oweinat Satellite Image
Posted by Ragab A. Hafiez at 8:17 PM
Monday, January 4, 2010
East owinat is a fast growing cultivated area, each year more and more water wells added, the area of cultivated land is growing too. Following is the latest Owinat map reflecting the expansion of the crop area.
The following PDF format maps represent a processed Satellite Image acquired by Landsat-7 on 13 December 2009. the map highlights the cultivated land, the Roads and the locations of water wells. The Size of printable Maps is 100Cm width by 120Cm hight
East Owinat Satellite Image map
East Owinat vector map
Posted by Ragab A. Hafiez at 10:14 PM
Friday, October 16, 2009
Islamic Cairo is one of the oldest Islamic city. It was founded by the Arab military commander Amr Ibn al-As following the conquest of Egypt in 641 AD. The medieval city is surrounded from north and South by a big Walls, where the mountains protect the city from the east side and the Nile from the west side. Many Monumental buildings, palaces, famous mosques and madrasas (religious schools), numerous markets still stand witness to a glorious past.
Islamic Cairo for GIS (Shape file)
Islamic Cairo for GPS (GPX file includes an abbreviated names)