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 Feeding of Clausocalanids (Calanoida, Copepoda) on natural occurring particles in the northern Gulf of Aqaba (Red Sea). Marine Bilogy.2005
  
Monitoring of the Marine Environment in front of the Industrial Complex.• 1996
  
Monitoring of the environmental quality of the Jordanian coast of the Gulf of Aqaba, National Monitoring Program• 2001
  
The Red Sea Marine Peace Park (RSMPP); Fast Track Project. Collaboration with ASEZA • 2004-2006
  
Environmental assimilative capacity of coastal habitats and green mariculture of high revenue low environmental burden species on the Jordanian sector of the Gulf of Aqaba• 2004-2007
  
• Monitoring natural and anthropogenic aerosol pollution and its impact on ecosystem in the Gulf of Aqaba2006
  
• THE PROTECTION OF THE GULF OF AQABA FROM THE ANTHROPOGENIC AND NATURAL STRESS IN THE FACE OF GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGES2010
  
• Real time surface current measurement to protect the Gulf of Aqaba (Eilat) against intentional or accidental toxic and oil spills2006
  
• Assessment of heavy metals, Natural and anthropogenic radionucleiotides pollution in the Gulf of Aqaba2008
  
• Assessment of zooplankton community structure in the most northern part of the Gulf of Aqaba (new port area): An introduction for ballasdt water managements. 2010- 2011
  
Metal Pollution records in core sediments of some Gulf of Aqaba coastal areas, Red Sea
  
Assessment of gamma-emitting radionuclides in sediment cores from the Gulf of Aqaba
  
Seagrass as bioindicators for heavy metals pollution from the Gulf of Aqaba, Red Sea.
  
Marine litter at the most northern part of the Jordanian coast of the Gulf of Aqaba