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Description
 Training Course. 
Sediment Transport Technology.                                  

Organized by the Ministry of Public Work and Settlement. Ankara-Turkey and Supported by the UNESCO. (June 6- July 1, 1994).  
The Third Jordanian Scientific Week
 Earth Resources Towards Better Utilization.   Organized by The Higher Council of Science and Technology (HCST), Amman. (August  26 - September 2, 1995).
Scientific Day. 
 The Role of Geology in Big Engineering Constructions. Organized by The University of Jordan , Department of Geology & Mineralogy, Amman. (May 13 , 1996).
One Day Symposium
 Meeting Assembly of the Field Symposium: Paleozoic Hydrocarbon Systems of the Northern Middle East.  Organized by The University of Jordan, Department of Geology, Amman. ( April, 23, 1997).
Scientific Day.
 The Protection of Ozone Layer.   Organized by The General Corporation for the Environmental Protection, Amman.  (September 21, 1997). 

One Day Symposium. 
 The Protection of Ground Water Resources Against Pollution.  Organized by  the Yarmouk University, Faculty of Science, Department of  Earth & Environmental Sciences,  Irbid.  August 6, 1997.
Scientific Lecture
 The need and importance  of  a cooperative approach towards the effective protection of natural resources: A brief of Canada-USA Agreements Lecturer: Professor H. Sadar, Carlton University, Canada.  Organized by the Yarmouk University  (October, 26, 1999).
Workshop. 
 Impcats of Climate Change and Grazing upon Desertification. Organized by the Yarmouk University, Unisco Chair for Desert Studies and Desertification Control.  (May, 29-30, 2000).
Examinant of MSc. Thesis
 Hydrological and hydrochemical study of the major springs along Zarqa River in Amman- Zarqa basin.   Submitted by: A. S. Nawafleh, Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences, Yarmouk University (May, 1997).
Examinant of MSc. Thesis
 Genesis of palygorskite and evaluation of Esh-Shidiya basin, south Jordan.  Submitted by: Kh. Al-Zughoul.  Department of Geology, The University of Jordan  (May, 1997).
Examinant of MSc. Thesis
 Study of the Elasmobranchii (vertebrate) of the Amman Formation (late Late Cretaceous) in Jordan.  Submitted by: I. Zalmut.  Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences, Yarmouk University (July, 1997).
Examinant of MSc. Thesis
 Echinoid from Upper Cretaceous in northern Jordan.  Submitted by: L. Sabaheen, Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences, Yarmouk University (August, 1997).
Examinant of MSc. Thesis
 Sedimentology, petrography and geochemistry of the Upper Cretaceous phosphate between Madaba and Karak.  Submitted by: A. Lahlooh.  Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences, Yarmouk University (May, 1998).
Examinant of MSc. Thesis
 Slope stability evaluation in three sites, northern Jordan.  Submitted by: F. Al-Zoubi, Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences, Yarmouk University (May, 1998).
Examinant of MSc. Thesis
 The Geology of Bargash cave system, Jordan.  Submitted by: D. Milhem, Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences, Yarmouk University (2004).

Examinant of MSc. Thesis
 Solid Waste Management in the Greater Irbid Municipality (In Arabic).  Submitted by  T. Al-Nabulsi.  Dept. Earth & Environmental Sciences, Yarmouk University (2004).
Examinant of MSc. Thesis
 Production of Biodiesel from Jordanian Jatropha Oil.  Submitted by H. Telfah.  Department of Chemistry, Yarmouk University (2007).
Examinant of MSc. Thesis
 Assessment of the anthropogenic influx of heavy metals in Zarka River, Jordan.  Submitted by A. F. Bataineh, Dept. Earth & Environmental Sciences, Yarmouk University, 2009.
Examinant of MSc. Thesis
 Petrology and geochemistry of basalt rocks in Zarqa-Ma'in area and its impact on the chemistry of Dead Sea waters.  Submitted by A. Obeidat, Dept. Earth & Environmental Sciences, Yarmouk University, 2011.

Examinant of MSc. Thesis
 Petrography, Mineralogy, Geochemistry and Hydrochemistry of Travertine and Associate Hot Springs in The Ma'in Area (SW Jordan).  Submitted by Al-Gharaibeh S.M. Dept. Earth & Environmental Sciences, Yarmouk University (July 2012).

Examinant of MSc. Thesis
 Proudction of Biiodiesel from Jordanian Jatropha Oil Applying Heterogenous Basic Catalysts.  Submitted by Y. Al-Qudah.  Yarmouk University, Dept. of Chemistry (May, 2013).

Examinant of PhD. Thesis
 Characterization, industrial utilization and environmental impact of the Hiswa clay deposits, south Jordan.  Submitted by T. Al-Momani.  Department of Geology, The University of Jordan (October,  2000).
Scientific article reviewer
 Sedimentology and mineral composition of the Kurnub sandstone in Wadi Qusieb - SW Jordan.  Dirasat, Univ. of Jordan, Amman.  (Article No. 48B/3/91).
Scientific article reviewer
 New occurrences of the Disi sandstone formation (early Ordovician) in central Jordan.  Dirasat, Univ. Of Jordan.  (Article No. 52B/3/91).
Scientific article reviewer
 Heavy mineral study of recent sediments of Hit-Habbaniya and Shithatha areas- western Iraq.  Dirasat, Univ. of Jordan, Amman.  (Article No. 7Bkh/3/93).
Scientifc article reviewer
 Geochemical investigation of Hit-Shithatha soil and thermal springs, western Iraq.  Dirasat- Univ. of Jordan, Amman.  (Article No. 12Bkh/3/93).
Scientific article reviewer
 Gypsum deposits between Rashadiyyah and Dahal/Tafila area.  Dirasat- Univ. of Jordan, Amman.  (Article No. 43Bkh/3/2001. (In Arabic).
Scientific article reviewer
 Kaolin Deposits of the Disi Area.  Dirasat- Univ. of Jordan, Amman.  (Article No.  27Bkh/3/2001. (In Arabic).
Scientifc article reviewer
 The volcano-stratigraphy of Jabal Al-Shahba cinder cone, south Syria.  Mu’tah Lil-Buhūth wad-Dirâsaât, Mu’tah University (Article  No:. ط.ق/60/8/2003).
Scientific article reviewer
 Comparative study between geochemical and magnetic characteristics of spinel-lherzolite mantle xenoliths from Jabal Remah volcano, Jordan. Mu’tah Lil-Buhūth wad-Dirâsaât, Mu’tah University.  (Article No.: ط 39/9/2006).
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