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Alexander von Humboldt Scholarship, Karlsruhe University, Germany
FULBRIGHT Post Doctoral Scholar, Woods Hole Oceanographic
Institution WHOI, (Joint Program with U.S Geological Survey),
2000-2001 Department of Geology and Geophysics, Woods Hole, Massachusetts
Post Doctorate in Geology and Geophysics , Minerva Dead Sea Research
Doctor of Science (D.Sc.) in Geology and Mineralogy, (Major
Geophysics), St. Petersburg Mining Institute, Russian Academy ofSciences. 199026 St. Petersburg, 12 Liniya, 2, Russia.
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Geology and Mineralogy- Geophysics St.
1989-1992 Petersburg, Mining Institute, 199026 St. Petersburg, 21 Liniya 2, Russia.
Master Degree (MS), Diploma, Engineer-Geophysicist, , Leningrad
1982-1987 Mining Institute , 199026 St. Petersburg, 21 Liniya, 2, Russia.
• Alexander von Humboldt Scholarship, Karlsruhe University, Germany, 2005. • DAAD Scholarship, Gottengin University, Germany, Aug. – Sep., 2003 • FULBRIGHT Scholarship, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution,
• Government Scholarship (Natural Resources Authority), Saint Petersburg
• Government Scholarship (Ministry of Education, Jordan), Leningrad Mining
• Continental Rift, Dead Sea Rift • Structure of the Dead Sea Rift, Fault Tectonic, Salt Tectonic, Hazard
Assessment of the Dead Sea Rift, Dead Sea Environment
• Evolution of Sedimentary Basins • Groundwater Exploration
• Al-Balqa’ Applied University, Sembtember, 2010 – Present, Vise President
for Scientific Research Centers and International Cooperation.
• Al-Balqa’ Applied University, June, 2008 – June, 2010, Vise President for
• Al-Balqa’ Applied University, September, 3, 2007 –June, 2008
• Al-Balqa’ Applied University, September, 3, 2007 – June, 2008
• Al-Balqa’ Applied University, 2005 –2007,
Dean of Graduate Studies and Scientific Research.
Chairman and Member of the following comities:
Scientific Research Comity (University Level, Chairman),
Graduate Studies Comity (University Level, Chairman), Dean Comity, Member (University Level,), member) Promotion Comity, Member (University Level, member), Scholarship Comity, Member (University Level, member), Planning Comity, Member (University Level, Chairman),
• Al-Balqa’ Applied University, 2007 – Present. Professor of Eng. Geophysics.
Engineering Faculty, Geometics Department Al-Balqa’ Applied University.
• • Al-Balqa’ Applied University, 2003 - 2005 , Associate Prof. Engineering
Faculty, Geometics Department Teaching: Subject related to Geomatics (Applied Geophysics), Probability and Statistics for engineers, Gravimetry.
• • Al-Balqa’ Applied University, 2002-2003, Director of the Research & Studies
Member of the Board of Trusties, 2007-2009
• • Jordan, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, 1998-2000, Natural
Resources Authority (NRA), P.O. Box 142237, Amman 11844, Jordan, Bayader Wadi El-Seer.
o Head of the Geophysics Division. Responsible for the planning and
Execution of all Geophysics Investigation in Jordan for Groundwater Exploration, Mineral Resources, Engineering Geophysics, Environmental Geophysics, archaeological geophysics and different Geological Problems. Duties include managing staff, resources and equipment. Presenting the result of all work to the natural Resources Authority of Jordan. Overseeing the Publication of Natural Resources Authority reports. Preparing manuscripts by the geophysical Division to be submitted to international professional journals.
o Head of Planning and Development 1997-1998 Jordan, Ministry of
o o Natural Resources Authority, P.O. Box 142237 Amman 11844, Jordan
o o Engineer Geophysicist, Department of Geophysics Responsible for
Carrying out gravity seismic, and magnetic surveys, and measuring DC Resistivity. Duties include managing equipment and personal in the field. Processing, analyzing and interpreting data gathered the field. Reporting data and result to the head of the Geophysical Division of the Natural Resources Authority of Jordan
• Jordan GEOHYTEN Corporation,1998-2001 Al-Madina Al-Munaware
Street, Abd Rabu Al-Louzi Center No 4, Amman Tel. 962 6 5533538 Technical and Scientific Consultant, part time Responsible for carrying out all geophysical field work. Processing and interoperation of the data obtained and accomplishment of the report
• Royal Jordanian Geographic Center, 1987-1989 Jordanian Military Survey
Duties include field Surveying and data processing in order to produce accurate maps to be utilized by the Jordanian Military.
• The American Scientific Research Society (Sigma, Xi) • American Geophysical Union, Member. • European Environmental Geophysical Society, Member. • Jordanian Engineers Association, Member and advisor to the scientific
• Jordanian Geological Association, member
1- R. Al-Ruzouq, A. Al-Zoubi, A. Abueladas and P. Dimitrova. Photogrammetry
and GIS Integrtion for Archaeology Documentation of Ahl-Alkahlf, Jordan. World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, 66, 2010.
2- G. Tibor, T. Niemi, Z. Ben-Avraham, A. Al-Zoubi, R. Sade, J. Hall, G.
Hartman, R. Al-Ruzouq, .E. Akawwi, A. Abueladas. Active Tectonic Morphlogy and Submarine Deformation of the Northern Gulf of Aqaba/Ealt from Analyses of Multibeam Data. Geophysical Research, EGU. V. 12, 2010.
3- G. Hartman, Z. Ben-Avraham, G. Tibor, T. Niemi, A. Al-Zoubi, J. Hall, R. Al-
Ruzouq, .E. Akawwi, A. Abueladas, Y. Makovsky. Sequences of Generation and Mortality of Fringing Reefs in Changing SedimentaryEnvironments Along the Northern Shelf of the Gulf of Aqaba/Elat During the Late Quaternary. Geophysical Research, EGU. V. 12, 2010.
4- Tibor, G., Niemi, T., Ben-Avraham, Z., Al-Zoubi, A., Sade, R., Hall, J.,
Hartman, G., The Multinational Bathymetric Survey: Northern Gulf of Aqaba/Elat.I.J of Earth Sciences. 57: 139-144.
5- Vengoush, A., Hirschfeld, D., Vinson, D., Dwyer, G., Raanan, H., Rimawi, O.,
Al-Zoubi, A., Akawi, E., Marie, A., Haquin, G., Zaarur, S., Ganor, J. High Naturally Occurring Radioactiveity in Fossil Groundwater from the Middle East. Environmental Science & Technology, February, 2009.
6- Ezersky, M., Legchenko, A., Camerlink, C., Al-Zoubi, A. Idnentification of
sinkhole development mechanism based on a combined geophysical study in Nahal Herver South area (Dead Sea coast of Israel). Environmental Geology, DOI 10.1007/s00254-008.
7- Legchenko, A., Ezersky, M., Boucher, M, Camerlink, C., Al-Zoubi, A., and
Chalikakis, K. Pre-existing caverns in salt formations could be the major cause
of sinkhole hazards along the cost of the Dead Sea. Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 35, L19404, 2008.
8- Legchenko, A., Ezersky, M., Camerlink, C., Al-Zoubi, A., Chalikakis, K and J-
F. Girard. Locating water-filled karst caverns and estimating their volume using magnetic resonance soundings. Geophysics, Vol. 73, no.5, 2008.
9- Al-Bayari, O. and Abdallah Al-Zoubi. Preliminary study of the gravimetric
local geoid model in Jordan: case study (GeoJordan Model). Annals Geophysics. V. 50, N. 3, 2007.
10- Abdallah S. Al-Zoubi. The Basement Faults System in the Northwestern
Arabian Plate, Jordan. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Greece vol. XXXVII, Proceedings of the 11th International Congress, Athens, May, 2007.
11- M. Rybakov; A. Shapira; Abdallah Al-Zoubi; U. ten Brink, R. Hofstetter, N.
Kraeva and L. Feldman. (In press). A note on the correlation between geophysical observations and seismicity in the Arava/Araba valley at the southern part of the Dead Sea Fault. Israel Journal of Earth Sciences.
12- Abdallah Al-Zoubi, A. Abueladas, R. Al-Rzouq, Ch. Camerlynck, E. Akkawi,
Z. Abu-Hamatteh, W. Ali and S. Rowashdeh (2007). Use of 2D multi electrodes resistivity imaging for sinkholes hazard assessment along the Eastern Part of the Dead Sea Sea, Jordan. American J. Of Environmental Sciences, 3 (4):230-234.
13- Ten-Brink, U., M. Rybakov, Abdallah Al-Zoubi, Y. Rotstein (2007). The
magnetic character of a large continental transform: An aeromagnetic suvey of the Dead Sea fault. G-Cubed, Vol. 8, Num. 7.
14- Abdallah S. Al-Zoubi, Till Heinrichs, Isam Qabbani, Uri S. ten Brink (2007).
The Northern End Of The Dead Sea Basin: Geometry From Reflection Seismic Evidence, Tectonophysics, 434, p 55-69.
15- Rami Al-Ruzouq, Abdallah Al-Zoubi (2007). Archaeology and GIS in Jordan,
Geo-IT in Reconstruction of Baptism Area. Geomatics International Journal (GIM). Vol. 21, Issue, 1, p 23-25.
16- Ten-Brink U., Al-Zoubi, A and Y. Rotstien(2006). Seismic imaging of deep
low-velocity zone beneath the Dead Sea basin and transform fault: Implications for strain localization and crustal rigidity. Geopysical Research Letter Journal, vol. 33, L24314.
17- Al-Zoubi, A., Abu- Hamatteh, Z., and Amrat, A. (2006). The seismic hazard of
the assessment of the Dead Sea rift, Jordan. Journal of African Earth Science 45, p. 489-501.
18- Al-Zoubi, A., Heinrichs, T., Sauter, M., Qabani, I., (2006). Geological
structure of the eastern side of the lower Jordan Valley/ Dead Sea: Reflection seismic evidence. Marine and Petroluem Geology Journal, 23, p. 473-484.
19- Ten-Brink U., Abdallah Al-Zoubi; Y. Rotstein; I. Qabani; G. R. Keller (2006).
Peace and Science in the Middle East. IRIS Newsletter, Issue, 2.
20- Michael, R. and Al-Zoubi, Abdallah (2005). Bouguer Gravity Map of the
Levant – A New Compilation. In Geological Framework of the Levant. Vol. II: The Leavantine Basin and Israel. P 539-542. Edited by J. Hall , V. Krasheninnikov, F. Hirsch, C. Benjamini and A. Felxer.
21- Al-Zoubi, A. (2005). The 11th February, 2004 Earthquake of the Dead Sea,
Jordan. American Journal of Environmental Sciencece, 1 (2):142-148.
22- Rybakov, M., Rotsten, Y., Shirman, B., and Al-Zoubi A. (2005). Cave
detection near the Dead Sea – micromagnetic feasibility study. Leading edge, June, 2005.
23- Abdallah Al-Zoubi (2005). Progress through exchange. Humboldt Kosmos,
24- Batayneh A., and Al-Zoubi A. (2004). Geoelectrical sounding and their
relationship to channel seepage areas at the Kaffrein Dam, Jordan. Journal of Applied Sciences, 4 (1): 28-37.
25- Al-Zoubi, A., and Salameh, E., (2003): A new evidence for lateral
displacement along Wadi Araba, Pakistan Journal of Applied Sciences.
26- Al-Zoubi, A., Batayneh, A. and Abu-Hamatteh, Z., (2003): Integrated
geophysical methods Approach to mineral exploration in the Wadi Araba, Southern Jordan. Pakistan Journal of Applied sciences, V. 3 (1).
27- Al-Zoubi, A. (2002): The Dead Sea Basin, Its Structural Setting and Evaporite
Tectonics. In Plate Boundary Zones Monograph, Geodynamics Series, V. 30: 145-172. American Geophysical Union
28- Al-Zoubi, A. and ten Brink, U. (2002): Lower crustal flow and the role of shear
in basin subsidence:An example from the Dead Sea basin. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v. 199, 67-79.
29- Al-Zoubi, A., Shulman, H. and Ben-Avraham, Z. (2002): Seismic Reflection
Profile Across the Southern Dead Sea Basin. Tectonophysics, v. 346, 61-69.
30- Al-Zoubi, A., and Ben-Avraham Z. (2002): Structures of the earth’s Crust in
Jordan from Potential Field data. Tectonophysics, v. 346, 45-59.
31- Al-Zoubi, A., and ten Brink, U. (2001): Salt Diapirs in the Dead Sea Basin and
their Relationship to Quaternary Extensional Tectonics. Marine and Petroleum Geology, v. 18, 779-797.
32- Al-Zoubi A., and Kharabsheh, A. (2001): Application of the DC Resistivity
methods to the study of Groundwater in the Western part of Amman Basin, Jordan. Scientia Geologica Sinica, v. 10, No. 4, 245-256.
33- Al-Zoubi, A., and Batayneh, A. (1999): Two main play concepts identified in
Jordan’s basins. Oil and Gas Journal, 26, 86-89.
34- Al-Zoubi, A., Haddadin G., and Batayneh, A. (1998): Geophysical methods for
locating a Prehistoric site in the Al Hummaymeh area, southwestern Jordan. Engineering and Environmental Geophysics (JEEG), v.3, 157-161.
35- Al-Zoubi, A., (1996): Scientific View on Earthquake Swarm in Gulf of Aqaba.
Al-Yarmouk vol. 52, 44-46. Al-Yarmouk University (in Arabic).
36- Al-Zoubi, A., (1992): The Relationship between Seismic Waves Velocity and
Density of , Sedimentary Rocks in Jordan. Saint-Petersburg Mining Institute, v 130, 119-121 (in Russian).
37- Al-Zoubi, A., (1997): Potential Possibilities for Oil and Gas in Jordan.
38- Batayneh, A. and Al-Zoubi, A. (2001): The gravity field and Crustal Structure
of the northwestern Arabia Platform in Jordan. Journal of African Earth Sciences, v.32, no.1, 141-148.
39- Batayneh, A., Al-Zoubi, A., Tobasi U. and Haddadin G. (2001): Evaluation of
archaeological Site Potential on the Tall al-Kharrar area (Jordan) Using Magnetic and Resistivity Methods. Environmental Geology, 41, 54-61.
40- Batayneh, A. and Al-Zoubi, A. (2001): DC Resistivity mapping of subsurface
formation at the Bir Madkour Area, Southern Part of the Dead Sea Transform Fault, Geological and Hydro geological Implication. Scientia Geologica Sinica, v.10, no.2, 117-128.
41- Batayneh, A. and Al-Zoubi, A., and abueladas, A. (2001): Geophysical
investigation for the Location of a proposed dam in Al-Bishriyya (Al Arityan) area, northeast badia of Jordan. Environmental Geology, v.40, no.7.
42- Batayneh, A. and Al-Zoubi, A., (2001): Detection of a Solution Cavity
Adjacent to a Highway in Southwest Jordan Using Electrical ResistivityMethod. Journal of Environmental and Engineering, Geophysics, v.5, Iss.4, 25- 30.
43- Batayneh, A., Al-Zoubi, A. and Hassouneh, M. (1995): Magnetic and Gravity
Investigation of The Lisan Peninsula Dead Sea. Journal of China University of Geoscience v.6, no.2, 213-218.
44- ten-Brink U., Al-Zoubi, A., and Ryabakov M. (2002): Bouguer Gravity map of
the Dead Sea fault System, Jordan and Israel. U.S. Geological Survey, Online, http://pubs.usgs.gov/open file/of 01- 216/.
45- ten-Brink U., Rybakov, M., AL-Zoubi A., Hassouneh, M., Frieslander.U.
Batayneh, A., Goldschemet, V., M., Rotstein, Y., and Hall, J. (1999): Anatomy of the Dead Sea Transform: Does it Reflect Continuous Changes in Plate Motion, Geology, v. 27, no 10, 887- 890.
46- Jaradat, M., AL-Zoubi A., and Abdelqader, F. (1993): The Earth Crust
Tectonic and the Seismicity Hazard of Jordan. Al-Mohandes Alurdoni, Jordanian Engineering Journal, v. 50, 37-43 (in Arabic).
B. International Meetings and Conferences:
1 Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) Conference, Karlsruhe,
2 Active tectonic morphology and submarine deformation of the northern Gulf of
Aqaba/Eilat from analyses of multibeam data, Vienna, 2-7, May, 2010.
3 Sequences of generation and mortality of fringing reefs in changing
sedimentary environments along the northern shelf of the Gulf of Eilat/Aqaba during the late Quaternary, Vienna, 2-7, May, 2010.
4 Ground penetrating radar imaging of active faults across the of shore-onshore
boundary of the northern Gulf of Aqaba, Jordan, Vienna, 2-7, May, 2010.
5 The Multilateral Research Activity along the Dead Sea – Jordan Rift Valley.
European Geosciences Union, Vienna, April, 2008.
6 Sagging of the Dead Sea basin: geometry of the southern and northern end.
European Geosciences Union, Vienna, April, 2007.
7 High Resolution marine geophysical survey in the northern Gulf of Eilat/
8 The northern end of the Dead pull-apart basin: Shape and relation to Dead Sea
9 Research and Education in the Middle East, Istanbul, December, 2007.
Multilateral cooperation along the Dead Sea Rift.
10 5th International Symposium on Eastern Mediterranean Geology, Thessaloniki,
11 Drop of the Dead Sea level and its effect in the surrounding groundwater level,
Caputh, Potsdam, Germany October 15-18, 2002.
12 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting "New aspects of the Dead Sea
strike slip fault zone from the northeastern side of the Dead Sea - reflection seismic evidence". Dec., 2005, San-Francisco, USA.
13 Near Surface Geophysics Annual Meeting "Sinkhole Hazard Assessment at the
Dead Sea Area – Two Geophysical Aspects of the Problem. Palermo, September, 2005.
14 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, "Using high-resolution
aeromagnetic survey to map tectonic elements of plate boundaries; an example from the Dead Sea Fault". Dec., 2004, San-Francisco, USA.
15 Structure of the Shuna (Eastern Jericho) Basin, Lower Jordan Valley –
Interpretation of reflection seismic data, preliminary results, 5th International Symposium on Eastern Mediterranean Geology, Thessaloniki, Greece, April, 2004.
16 The Source Mechanism of the February 11TH 2004 Earthquake of the Dead
Sea, Jordan. Western Pacific Geophysical meeting, USA, Aug., 2004.
17 Using high-resolution aeromagnetic survey to map tectonic elements of plate
boundaries: An example from the Dead Sea Fault. AGU Fall Meeting, USA, Dec., 2004.
18 The Application of a Combined Geophysical Survey (Ground-Penetrating
Radar and Seismic Refraction) for mapping Sinkholes in Ghor Al-Haditha Area, Jordan, AGU Fall Meeting, USA, Dec., 2004.
19 Drop of the Dead Sea level and its effect in the surrounding groundwater level,
Caputh, Potsdam, Germany October 15-18, 2002.
20 Dead Sea Drill Workshop, luckenwalde, Potsdam, Geoforschungs Zentrum
Potsdam (GFZ), The German Research Center for Earth Science, January 26- 30, 2002.
21 The American Geophysical Union Meeting 2000, Boston, Massachusetts, May,
22 The American Geophysical Union Meeting 2001, San Francisco, California,
23 The first Stephan Mueller Conference of the European Geophysical Society
(EGS)/ from Continental Breakup to Collision. Dead Sea, June 11-16, 2000.
24 Geophysical Framework studies of the Dead Sea Rift and Jordan and Israel. U.
S. Geological Survey, Woods Hole, USA, July,18 to Aug., 1, 1998.
25 Workshop on Advance Methods in Seismic Analysis High Precision
Hypocenter Location and Seismic Tomography, Israel, Jan., 1998.
26 Seismic Tomography, Israel, January 12-15, 1998.
27 The Second Jordanian Mining Conference, April 26-29, 1997, Jordan
28 The International Conference on Earthquake Engineering, October 9-11, 1995,
Jordan Engineers Association, Amman–Jordan.
29 The Third Jordanian Scientific Week Better Utilization of Earth Resources, 26
30 Workshop on Petroleum Prospective Program, Exploration and other Problems,
December 12, 1994 Jordan Eng. Association, Amman, Jordan.
31 The 5th. Jordanian Geological Conference, October 3-5, 1994, Jordan
32 The 1st. Jordanian Mining Conference April 20-23, 1994, Jordan Eng.
33 Workshop on the Karamah Dam Project: State of the Art from Geological
Geophysical Construction Points of View, Jordan Engineers Geological Association, May 11, 1996, Amman, Jordan.
34 Workshop of Earthquake: Occurrence, Effect on Structures, and Mitigation of
Their Risk, January 30, 1993, Jordan Engineering &Geological Association, Amman, Jordan.
35 Workshop on Geotectonic and Seismicity of the Jordan Rift and the Important
of Applying and National Program of Mitigate the Seismic Hazard, December 7, 1992, Yarmouk University, Jordan.
36 Oil and Gas Symposium, October 1992, Saint-Petersburg Petroleum Intuition,
37 Gravity and Magnetic Conference May 1992, Al-Mata- Kazakhstan Republic.
C. Published contribution to academic conference
1- AL-Zoubi, A. (1995): Earthquake Risks in Jordan. Proceeding of the
International Conference on Earthquake Engineering, Jordan, Amman, October 1995 (in Arabic).
2- Al-Zoubi A., and Hadaddin, G. (1997): Application of Geomagnetic Method
for Waste Site Characterization in Southwestern Jordan. The Second Jordanian Mining Conference, Amman, Jordan, April 1997.
3- AL-Zoubi, A. (1994): Interpretation of Aeromagnetic and Gravity Data of the
Risha Area.Proceeding of the 1st Jordanian Mining Conference, Amman, Jordan, April 1994
1- U. ten Brink, Abdallah Al-Zoubi, and M. Rybakov. (2001). Bouguer Gravity
Anomaly Map of the Dead Sea Fault System, Jordan and Israel.
2- AL-Zoubi, A. (1999): Geophysical Investigation in Wadi Al-Qattar for
Groundwater Prospecting. Report, Geohyten Corporation, Amman, Jordan. Pp. 17.
3- AL-Zoubi, A. (1999): Geophysics Investigation for Groundwater Prospecting
in the Al- Quwayra Area, Southwestern Part of Jordan. Report, Geohyten Corporation, Amman, Jordan. Pp.19.
4- AL-Zoubi, A. (1998): Geophysics Investigation for Groundwater Prospecting
in the Southern Part f the Dead Sea Escarpment. Report, Geohyten Corporation, Amman, Pp. 35.
5- AL-Zoubi, A., and Talat, T. (1995): Geophysics Investigation in Wadi
Rahm/Wadi Araba- DeadSea Fault. Open file Report, Natural Resources Authority (NRA), Amman, Jordan.
6- AL-Zoubi, A. (1994): The Criteria for Interpretation of Magnetic Data in
Inclination 450 (Similar Jordan Circumstances). 5th Jordanian Geological Conference, Jordan University, Amman. Pp. 13.
7- AL-Zoubi, A. (1999): Geophysics Investigation for Groundwater Prospecting
in theAl-Hummaymeh area /Southwest Jordan/ Report, Geohyten Corporation, Amman, Pp. 22.
8- Al-Zoubi, A., Abu Ajamieh, M. (1999): Geoelectric Study for Groundwater
Prospecting in Al-Faysalyah Area (Madaba Governorate). Report, Geohyten Corporation, Amman, Jordan.
9- Al-Zoubi, A., Abu Ajamieh, M. (1999): Geophysics Investigation for
Groundwater Prospecting in the Area Jordan University (Amman-Zarqa Basin). Report, Geohyten Corporation, Amman, Jordan, Pp. 15.
10- Al-Zoubi, A., Abu Ajamieh, M. (1999): Geophysics Investigation for
Groundwater Prospecting In the Ed Dirreh Area (South Aqaba/ Jordan). Report, Geohyten Corporation, Amman, Pp. 36.
11- Al-Zoubi, A., Abu Ajamieh, M. (1999): Geophysical Investigation in the Land
area of the International Tobacco Company ( Amman-Zarqa Basin). Report, Geohyten Corporation, Amman, Jordan. Pp. 13.
12- Al-Zoubi, A., and Abu Ajamieh, M., Salameh, E. and Haddadin, G. (1998):
Geophysical investigation in the area of the kafrein Dam, Jordan Valley Rift. Report, Geohyten Corporation, Amman, Jordan. Pp. 47.
13- Al-Zoubi A., Batayneh. A., Hassouneh, M. Talat, T., and Abueladas, A.
(1999): Integrated Geophysical Studies for Purposes of Mineral Exploration in Wadi Abu Khsheiba Area, Southwest Jordan. Open file Report, Natural Resources Authority, Amman, Jordan. Pp. 55.
14- Al-Zoubi A., and Hadaddin, G., Batayneh, A. 1(997): Structural Trends in
Azraq Area From Images of Gravity Field. Open file Report, NRA, Amman, Jordan. Pp. 29.
15- Al-Zoubi A., Goldman M., et al., (1997): Geophysics Study of the Ayla
Archaeology Site, Aqaba, Jordan. GII and NRA report No. 339/32/97 and 830/33/97.
16- Abu- Ajamieh, M., Al-Zoubi, A., and Salameh, E. (2000): Aqaba Groundwater
Assessment Study. Submitted to the Aqaba Regional Authority, Geohyten Cooperation. Pp. 64.
17- Abueldas, Al-Zoubi, A. (1999): The Application of a Combined Geophysical
Survey (Ground Penetrating Radar and Seismic Refraction) for Mapping Sinkholes in Ghor Al-Haditha, Area Dead Sea. Open file Report, Natural Resources Authority, Amman, Jordan. Pp. 41.
Jordanian Principle Investigator for the following international research projects:
1. Integrated Water Resources Management in the Lower Jordan Valley (SMART
II), Joint project (2010-2012), Funded from BMBF, Germany.
2. High Resolution Geophysical Imaging of Active Faults in the Aqaba-Elat Region-
Leg 2: Marine Coring and Onshore Correlations (2009-2011), Funded from MERC/USAID, USA.
3. Sinkhole Hazard Assessment of the Dead Sea Area, a multidisciplinary study
(2009-2012). Funded from MERC/USAID, USA.
4. Integrated Water Resources Management Helmholtz Dead Sea; Sustainable
Management of water Resources (quantity and quality) in the Dead Sea Area (SUMAR), 2008-2012. Funded from BMBF, Germany.
5. Dead Sea Triangle Seismic Microscope Project (2008-2011), Funded from
Rotshiled Foundation and Swiss agency for Development and Corporation (SDC).
6. Integrated Water Resources Management in the Lower Jordan Valley (SMART),
Joint project (2006-2011), Funded from BMBF, Germany.
7. High Resolution Geophysical Imaging of Active Faults in the Aqaba-Elat Region
(2006-2009), Funded from MERC/USAID, USA.
8. New geophysical approach for prediction of sinkhole hazards related to the drop
of the Dead Sea level and human activity (Sinkhole Hazards)/ 2004-2007, Funded from NATO.
9. Geophysical Study of the Northern Part of the Dead Sea Basin (2006-2009).
10. Sinkhole hazard monitoring along the Dead Sea Shores, an example, Jordan
(2005-2007), Funded from Rotshield foundation.
11. Geophysical Investigation in the North-Eastern Part of the Dead Sea (Sweimeh
Area)/ 2005-2006. Funded from Karlsruhe University, Germany.
12. Integrated Geophysical Study of the Dead Sea Rift for Hazard Assessment and
Mineral Resources, (2002-2006), Funded from MERC/USAID, USA.
13. Joint Research Program for the Utilization of Aquifer System (GIJP, 2001-2004).
14. Heat flow and Paleoclimate Change Along the Dead Sea rift (2003), Funded from
NSF through North Dakota University, USA.
15. Geophysical Survey Using GPR in Aqaba City. 2002-2004. Funded from Kansas
16. Establishment of Bouguer Gravity data base along the Dead Sea Rift (1996-1999),
1. The Second International Symposium on Nuclear Energy, ISNE-9,
2. The Third International Symposium on Nuclear Energy, ISNE-10,
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