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Prof. Halima Mancer | Soil organic carbon | Most Commended Article Award

Teacher researcher, Center for Scientific and Technical Research on Arid Regions-Biskra, Algeria

🌱🏆 Prof. Halima Mancer, a distinguished teacher-researcher at the Center for Scientific and Technical Research on Arid Regions in Biskra, Algeria, has been honored with the Most Commended Article Award for her groundbreaking work on soil organic carbon. Through meticulous research and innovative methodologies, Prof. Mancer has contributed significantly to our understanding of the role of soil organic carbon in arid regions, shedding light on its impact on ecosystem health and resilience. Her dedication to advancing knowledge in this critical area has garnered well-deserved recognition and serves as inspiration for future research endeavors. Congratulations, Prof. Mancer! 🎉


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Professional Experiences

🔬🌱 Since May 29, 2011, Prof. Halima Mancer has held the position of Permanent Researcher at the Center for Scientific Research and Technique on Arid Regions (CRSTRA), where she has demonstrated unwavering dedication to advancing knowledge in the field. Prior to this, from 2008 to 2009, she served as the Practical Works Manager for the pedology module at the Department of Agronomy, Mohamed Kheider Biskra University. Continuing her academic journey, from 2010 to 2011, she took on the role of Responsible for Practical Work across three modules: cell biology, plant physiology, and biochemistry, at the same university. Prof. Mancer’s multifaceted experience underscores her expertise and commitment to agricultural research and education. 🎓

Research Projects

🌱🔬 Prof. Halima Mancer has played pivotal roles in several CRSTRA FNR projects, showcasing her leadership and expertise in soil science and agricultural research. From 2023 to 2025, she served as the project manager for the “Quality Improvement of Soils in Arid Regions by the Addition of Organic Amendments.” Additionally, she contributed as a member to projects such as diagnosing salinization and hydromorphy in the Ziban region and fertilization strategies for arid soils. As deputy head, she spearheaded projects focusing on the impact of irrigation on Sahara soils and the effects of phytosanitary practices in market gardening. Prof. Mancer’s involvement underscores her commitment to addressing critical agricultural challenges in arid regions. 🌾

Publications Top Notes

  1. Effects of mineral and organic fertilization on potato production in sandy soil in arid region.
    • Year: 2024
    • Authors: Mancer H., Rouahna H, Souici S., Otmani Z., Bettiche F., Menasria H., Rechachi M.Z., Chaib W., Mostephaoui T.
    • Journal: Scientific Africain
    • Volume: 23
  2. Les risques des pesticide Néonicotinoïdes autorisés en Algérie sur les pollinisateurs.
    • Year: 2023
    • Authors: Bettiche F., Bengouga Kh., Diab N., Bakroune N., Djoghma A., Guesmia H., Fadlaoui H., Salemkour N., Zaabta I., Chaib W, Mancer H., Rechachi M.Z., Rouahna H.
    • Journal: JARA
    • Volume: 16
    • Issue: 1
    • Pages: 68-74
  3. Effet du gypse sur la retention en eau et la conductivite hydraulique (ks) des sols des régions arides.
    • Year: 2023
    • Authors: Souici S., Mancer H. Rouahna H.
    • Journal: Journal Algérien des Régions Arides (JARA)
    • Volume: 15
    • Issue: 1
    • Pages: 119–129
  4. Pratiques phytosanitaires sous serres plastiques dans les oasis des Ziban (Sud-est Algérien).
    • Year: 2022
    • Authors: Bettiche F., Chaib W., Salemkour N., Mancer H., Bengouga K., Grunberger O.
    • Journal: Journal Algérien des Régions Arides (JARA)
    • Volume: 14
    • Issue: 2
    • Pages: 88–94
  5. The human health problems of authorized agricultural pesticides: The Algerian case.
    • Year: 2021
    • Authors: Bettiche F., Chaib W, Halfadji A., Mancer H., Bengouga K., Grunberger O.
    • Journal: Microbial Biosystems
    • Volume: 5
    • Issue: 2
    • Pages: 69-82
Halima Mancer | Soil organic carbon | Most Commended Article Award

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