Khaldoun   Al- Qudah
Khaldoun Al- Qudah
Professor,Hydrologic Sciences, Yarmouk University
Verified email at yu.edu.jo
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A GIS database for sustainable management of shallow water resources in the Tulul al Ashaqif Region, NE Jordan
K Al-Qudah, N Abu-Jaber
Water resources management 23 (3), 603-615, 2009
242009
Use of solute and isotopic composition of ground water to constrain the ground water flow system of the Azraq area, Jordan
NS Abu-Jaber, AJ Ali, K Al Qudah
Ground Water 36 (2), 361, 1998
211998
Floods as water resource and as a hazard in arid regions: a case study in Southern Jordan
KA Al-Qudah
Jordan Journal of Civil Engineering 159 (2979), 1-14, 2011
162011
Integrated GIS and remote sensing for mapping groundwater potentiality in the Tulul al Ashaqif, Northeast Jordan
M Awawdeh, M Obeidat, M Al-Mohammad, K Al-Qudah, R Jaradat
Arabian Journal of Geosciences 7 (6), 2377-2392, 2014
132014
Taming the torrents: The hydrological impacts of ancient terracing practices in Jordan
K Al Qudah, Q Abdelal, C Hamarneh, N Abu-Jaber
Journal of hydrology 542, 913-922, 2016
102016
Dating desert pavements–First results from a challenging environmental archive
M Fuchs, M Dietze, K Al-Qudah, J Lomax
Quaternary Geochronology 30, 342-349, 2015
102015
Investigation of desert subsoil nitrate in Northeastern Badia of Jordan
AA Al-Taani, KA Al-Qudah
Science of the total environment 442, 111-115, 2013
102013
Investigation of shallow ground water in the Tulul al Ashaqif highlands, Jordan
N Abu-Jabir, A Al-Rahman, W Azayizah, H Umari, K Sukhni
عمادة البحث العلمي والدراسات العليا-جامعة اليرموك, 2003
52003
Rainwater harvesting assessment for a small size urban area in Jordan
M Awawdeh, S Al-Shraideh, K Al-Qudah, R Jaradat
International Journal of Water Resources and Environmental Engineering 4 (12 …, 2012
42012
A GIS-based Hydrogeological and Geophysical Study for the Analysis of Potential Water Infiltration in the Upper Yarmouk River Basin, North Jordan. Jordan J
M Awawdeh, R Jaradat, K Al Qudah, N Abu-Jaber, M Awawdeh
Earth Environ. Sci 10 (3), 136-144, 2019
22019
Assessment of nitrate and nitrite levels in treated wastewater, soil, and vegetable crops at the upper reach of Zarqa River in Jordan
R Muhaidat, K Al-Qudah, AA Al-Taani, S AlJammal
Environmental monitoring and assessment 191 (3), 153, 2019
22019
Artificial rainfall tests, soil moisture profiles and geoelectrical investigations for the estimation of recharge rates in a semi-arid area (Jordanian Yarmouk River Basin)
K Al Qudah, N Abu-Jaber, R Jaradat, M Awawdeh
Environmental Earth Sciences 73 (10), 6677-6689, 2015
22015
Trends in maximum daily rainfall in marginal desert environment: signs of climate change.
KA Al-Qudah, AA Smadi
American Journal of Environmental Sciences 7 (4), 331-337, 2011
22011
The influence of long-term landscape stability on flood hydrology and geomorphic evolution of valley floor in the northeastern Badin of Jordan
K Al-Qudah
University of Nevada, Reno, 2003
22003
Problems facing owners and managers operating in the qualifying industrial zones in Jordan
RS Al-Khuri, KA Al-Qudah
Jordan Journal of Business Administration 2 (1), 2006
12006
Long-term trend analysis in heavy and extreme events in semi-arid rainfall station, as an indicator of climate change.
KA Al-Qudah, AA Smadi
Meeting the challenge of sustainable development in drylands under changing …, 2011
2011
Floods as Water Resource and as a Hazard in Arid Regions: A Case Study in Southern Jordan\Jordan Journal of Civil Engineering.-2011, Vol. 5, No. 1, Pp. 148-161
KA Al-Qudah
Jordan University of Science and Technology, 2011
2011
Performance and evaluation of wind pump under Jordanian climate conditions
K Al-Qudah, O Badran, A Al-Salaymeh
2010 1st International Nuclear & Renewable Energy Conference (INREC), 1-7, 2010
2010
JEL Classifications: D21, L15, L65
KAM AL-QUDAH
Faces Analysis and Reconstruction of Depositional Environment of the Lower Jurassic Ironstone Bearing HIHI Formation: NW-Jordan
KAAK Al-Qudah
Yarmouk University, 0
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