Crop Salt Tolerance. 597-631. in: Sustainable Use of Non Conventional Water resources in the Mediterranean Region.A Short Course organized by CIHEAM/MALB-EU-ICARDA-EUDGI. Aleppo, Syria. April 18-30, 1998.
Use of Saline and Treated Waste Water in Irrigation.1992. UNDP-Ministry of Agriculture Joint Project RAB/90/005, Amman
Association of Jordan Agricultural Engineers
Soil Science Society of America
Egypt Soil Science Society
Belgian Soil Science Society
Jordan Society for the History of Sciences
Reclamation of Saline and Sodic Soils in The Arab World. Arab Organization for Agricultural Development. Baghdad-Irag, 17/3-20/3/1986. Paper Title: Sodicity and Sodicity Related Problems: Current Assessment
Lasers in Science and Technology. University of Jordan, Amman. 14-19/10/1989
Quality Management of Higher Education Institutions in Jordan: Challenges and Solutions-January 2007
Soil Science Society of America Journal
Sixteenth Biennial Conference and Exposition. International Association On Water Pollution Research and Control. Washington, D.C. 24-30 May 1992
DIRASAT-Agricultural Sciences. A Journal Published by the University of Jordan
Several Arab Journals in the areas of agriculture, water resources and environment as Arab Gulf Journal of Scientific Research, The Scientific Journal of King Abdel Azeez University and Abhath Al-Yarmouk
Reclamation of Irrigated Saline Soils. Center of International Projects. USSR Commision for United Nations' Environment Program. 1/8-12/9/1981
National consultant to the UNDP/Ministry of Agriculture Joint Project RAB/90/005, Regional Project for Supplemental Irrigation and Water Management on Farm Level
Ministry of Water and Irrigation-Wastewater Collection and Treatment Systems in the Greater Irbid Area. Consultant in-charge for the preparation of the study: Reuse of Treated Wastewater and Utilization of Stabilized Sludge. RRI-DAR in Association with Sigma Consulting Engineers. March 1995
- National consultant to the project: Conservation of Azraq Oasis-Subproject: Guidelines for Agricultural Development in the Azraq Area, Project: JOR-92-G31-A-1G-99(June 1,1994-July 31,1995). Duties included tackling environmental problems of the Azraq Oasis especially these of salinity, water quality and soil-water managemet.
- Consultant in-charge on the preparation of study entitled: Land and Soil Resources
in the Jordan Rif t Valley: Description and Analysis of Current Status and Future Outlook. Volume 2 of the Synthesis Paper (Vol. 1): Study on Future Adjustment on the Agricultural Production Systems in the Jordan Rift Valley. A Study Commissioned by GTZ to Office of Integrated Agricultural Development. Amman, November 1995. The study was submitted to Jordan's Ministry of Agriculture
- Developed the Training Course: Salinity Management Principles (Code:IST005). Submitted to the Development Alternatives, Inc. (DAI) on behalf of the Water Quality Improvement and Conservation Project (WQICP). Ministry of Water and Irrigation. Novemeber, 1995.
Soil and Water Consultant. GTZ and Consulting Engineering Center. Municipality of Al-Bireh: Effluent and Sludge Resuse for Al-Bireh Wastewater Treatment Plant. May-July, 1997
- Soil and Water Consultant: Jordanian Water Quality and Improvement Project. USAID contract #278-0288-C-00-402600. DAI Project Number: 3114 (Installation and operation of the demonstration program at the Yeast Industry Co.-Ruseifa).April 1997-November 1997.
Consultant to the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification for the preparation of the study entitled: Conventional Methods of Soil Conservation and Water Harvesting: a Case Study from Jordan, Lebanon and Syria. June-July, 1998
Consultant to Yeast Industries Co. LTD. to investigate the possibility of land application of raw waste water. A study was prepared entitled: Land Application of Raw Waste Water Produced From The Yeast Company: Environmental and Agronomic Assessment. September, 1998
- Consultant with RRI-DAR in Association with Sigma Consulting Engineers. October,1998. Preparation of Update of the feasibility study for wastewater collection and treatment systems in the Greater Irbid area: Stage 2 Wadi Shallala Alternative 1.
Prepared Environmental Impact Assessment Study on the project: Utilization of raw wastewater of the Yeast Factory in irrigating olive trees in Wadi Qattar, East of Amman. A study prepared for the Yeast Company to be submitted to Ministry of Industry and Commerce. January, 1999
Consultant with Consolidated Consultants/USAID-Ministry of Water and Irrigation on the reuse of treated wastewater of the Northern Jordan Valley and its environmental impact assessment. September, 1999
Project Director and consultant for the application of raw wastewater as irrigation water for landscaping and productive agriculture in the Russeifa National Park- a project sponsored by the Jordanian Yeast Factory. April, 2000-April, 2001
Consultant with Consolidated Consultants in the Project: Rehabilitation of Hisban-Kafrein Scheme. June 2000
Consultant with Center for Engineering Consultance as Soil Quality Expert for the Jordan Rift Valley Improvement Project-Phase B. Ministry of Water and Irrigation/World Bank Project. 2001
Consultant with Consolidated Consultants for Engineering and Environment (June, 2002) as team leader of the expert group formulating Jordan’s claim to be submitted to United Nations Compensations Commission for damages inflicted on the agricultural sector due to Iraq’s invasion of Kuwait in 1990
Consultant with the UNDP to prepare the Document of Jordan’s Action Program to Combat Desertification and Mitigate Effects of Drought. January, 2003
Seminar before the Faculty of the Department of Soil and Water-University of Alexandria, Sat.16/1/1988. Seminar Title: Problems Coherent to Research Activity on Plant Response to Salinity Stress. The seminar was part of scientific activity purseud during my visit to Egypt during the period 11/1-17/1/1988. The visit was Symposium on Rainfed Field Crops and Farming Systems in Jordan and Neighbouring Countries. UOJ/Amman, 10/9-14/9/ 1988. Abu-Shriha, N.,T.M.Abu-Sharar, and A.Tall. Presentation Title: Response of two barley cultivars (Hordeum vulgare L.) to reduction in soil matric potential
- Sustainability and Environmental Assessment of the Re-use of Treated Waste Water in Agriculture. Friedrich-Naumann-Stiftung. Amman-Jordan, 19/11-21/11/1989. Abu-Sharar, T.M., and M. Bino. Paper Title: The impact of King Talal Dam Water on the Environment. (In Arabic).
Scientific visit to the Pakistani Institutes of Atomic Energy Agricultural Center-Tandojam, Nuclear Institute For Food and Agriclture-Peshawar, Agricultural Research Institute-Peshawar, and Nuclear Institute For Agriculture and Biology-Faisalabad. 3-12/7/ 1991. The visit was sponsored by IAEA, Vienna, Austria
Regional Seminar on the Potential of Groundwater Recharge. Amman, Jordan. Dec. 13-15, 1993. Abu-Sharar, T.M., and M.R. Shatanawi. Preliminary assessment of groundwater chemistry as affected by recharge from the KTP-effluent water
- Abu-Sharar, T.M. Conventional methods of soil conservation and water harversting. United Nation's Convention to Combat Desertification Expert Meeting. Muscat, Oman. September, 1998.
- Abu-Sharar, T.M. The promise and peril of soil and water resources of Jordan. Proceeding of The First Arab Conference on Water and Desertification. Cairo, 17-19/4/1999.
Abu-Sharar, T.M. Reuse of treated wastewater in irrigation: Analytical review. Jordan's National Conference of Water. Association of Jordan's Engineers. Amman, 11-13/9/1999
Abu-Sharar, T.M. Nabataean Tradition of Soil Conservation and Water Harvesting. Nabataean House. Wadi Musa (Petra), 28-29/8/2001
Abu-Sharar, T.M. 2001. Traditional Methods of Soil Conservation and Water Harvesting in Bilad Esh-Sham, a paper presented before the audience of the Seminar: Modern Technologies in Irrigation Water Economics and the Impact on Agricultural Production. Association of Arab Research Councils.Tunis, 17-19/9/2001
- Abu-Sharar, T.M. 2004. Current and future challenges of water resources management in Jordan. Food Security Under Water Scarcity in the Middle East: Problems and Solutinos. Como (Italy). 24-27/11/2004.
- Participating in the Annual Australian Universities Quality Forum. Sydney 6-8/7/2005. Followed by visits to Australian Department of Education, Science and Training (Canberra 12 July, 2005) and to Australian Qualification Framework Advisory Board, Australian Universities Quality Agency and several Australian universities in Malbourne to discuss quality management issues in the field of higher education during the period 9-15/7/2005.
Abu-Sharar, T.M., Ali A. Yaghi and Sahar Al Yousef. Enhancing quality and relevance of higher education in Jordan. A Position Paper Submitted to The National Forum on Jordan's Competitiveness in Higher Education For Building a Knowledge Economy. February, 11-12, 2007. Dead Sea-Jordan
Student: Jamil Ahmed Khalil Ismael.
Thesis: Modeling Rainfall-Runoff Relationship and Reservoir Capacity and Operation For Wadi Wala Watershed.
Student: Labib O. Madanat.
Thesis: Evaluation of a Water Harvesting System Efficiency in Al-Muwaqqar Area. Examination Date: 24/9/1988
Student: Khalid El-Erani.
Thesis: Formation and Properties of Some Selected Aridisols in Jordan. Examination Date :26/5/1992.
Student: Mahmood El-Akhras.
Thesis Title: Rainfall-runoff relationship for representative watersheds in Al-Muwaqqar basin. Examination Date: 24/1/1996.
Student: Michel E. M. Rahbeh. Thesis Title: Rainfall-runoff relationships for Zerqa river basin-Jordan. Examination Date: 9/3/1993