Dr. Hassan M. Khormi حسن خرمي
Dr. Hassan M. Khormi حسن خرمي
Department of Social Sciences - Arts college - Jazan University - Saudi Arabia
Verified email at jazanu.edu.sa - Homepage
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Modeling dengue fever risk based on socioeconomic parameters, nationality and age groups: GIS and remote sensing based case study
HM Khormi, L Kumar
Science of the Total Environment 409 (22), 4713-4719, 2011
1122011
Climate change and the potential global distribution of Aedes aegypti: spatial modelling using geographical information system and CLIMEX
HM Khormi, L Kumar
Geospatial health, 405-415, 2014
892014
Modeling spatio-temporal risk changes in the incidence of dengue fever in Saudi Arabia: a geographical information system case study
HM Khormi, L Kumar, RA Elzahrany
Geospatial Health 6 (1), 77-84, 2011
412011
Assessing the risk for dengue fever based on socioeconomic and environmental variables in a geographical information system environment
HM Khormi, L Kumar
Geospatial health 6 (2), 171-176, 2012
392012
Examples of using spatial information technologies for mapping and modelling mosquitoborne diseases based on environmental, climatic, socioeconomic factors and different …
HM Khormi, L Kumar
J Food Agr Environ 9, 41-49, 2011
262011
The importance of appropriate temporal and spatial scales for dengue fever control and management
HM Khormi, L Kumar
Science of the total environment 430, 144-149, 2012
192012
Describing and analysing the association between meteorological variables and adult'Aedes aegypti'mosquitoes
H Khormi, L Kumar, R Elzahrany
Journal of Food, Agriculture and Environment, 2011
152011
Future Malaria Spatial Pattern Based on Potential Global Warming Impact in South and Southeast Asia
K HM, K L
Geospatial Health 11 (3), 290-298, 2016
142016
Mapping hotspots of underground water quality based on the variation of chemical concentration in Amman, Zarqa and Balqa regions, Jordan
KA Alqadi, L Kumar, HM Khormi
Environmental earth sciences 71 (5), 2309-2317, 2014
112014
Using geographic information system and remote sensing to study common mosquito-borne diseases in Saudi Arabia: A review
HM Khormi, L Kumar
J. Food Agric. Environ 11 (2), 14-17, 2013
62013
Modelling interactions between vector-borne diseases and environment using GIS
HM Khormi, L Kumar
CRC press, 2015
52015
Regression Model for Predicting Adult Female Aedes aegypti Based on Meteorological Variables: A Case Study of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
HM Khormi, L Kumar, RA Elzahrany
Journal of Earth Science & Climatic Change 5 (1), 1, 2014
52014
Landscape of ecological research in A ustralia: A bibliometric analysis of trends in research output and hotspots of research from 1991 to 2010
L Kumar, HM Khormi
Austral Ecology 38 (5), 599-608, 2013
52013
Are Immigrants More Likely to Be Involved in Criminal Activity in Saudi Arabia?
M Algahtany, L Kumar, H Khormi
Open Journal of Social Sciences 4 (03), 170, 2016
42016
Spatio-temporal changes on crime patterns in Saudi Arabia from 2003–2012
M Algahtany, L Kumar, HM Khormi
GSTF J. Law Soc. Sci 4, 11-19, 2014
42014
Hotspots, research productivity and collaboration networks in remote sensing and GIS in Australia from 1991 to 2010
L Kumar, HM Khormi
Journal of Spatial Science 57 (1), 101-113, 2012
42012
The spatial distribution of crime and population density in Saudi Arabia
M Algahtany, L Kumar, E Barclay, HM Khormi
Crime Prevention and Community Safety, 1-17, 2017
32017
The benefits and challenges of scaling up dengue surveillance in Saudi Arabia from a GIS perspective
HM Khormi, RA Elzahranyb, L Kumara
Dengue 36, 26, 2012
32012
Identifying and visualizing spatial patterns and hot spots of clinically-confirmed dengue fever cases and female Aedes aegypti mosquitoes in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
HM Khormi, L Kumar
WHO Regional Office for South-East Asia., 2011
32011
Ecological research in Australia: Identifying links versus gaps between hotspots of ecological research and biodiversity
L Kumar, HM Khormi, K Leis, S Taylor
Austral Ecology 40 (5), 581-590, 2015
12015
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