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Mineralogical and industrial characterization of the Batn El-Ghoul clay deposits, southern Jordan. Khoury, H. and El-Sakka, W. Applied Clay Science1: 321-351. Elsevier1986
Sedimentology, mineralogical evaluation and industrial applications of the Pleistocene Al-Yamaniyyah clay deposits, near Aqaba,  southern Jordan.  Saqqa, W., Dwairi, I. and Akhal, H. Applied Clay Science9: 443-458.Elsevier1995
Heavy  minerals study of the recent eolian sands,Wadi Araba, SW Jordan   Saqqa, W. Dirasat, Nat. & Eng. Sciences24: 148-156.  Uinversity of Jordan, Amman1997
Holothurian sclerites from the Upper Cretaceous (Lower Turonian) of the Jarash area, north Jordan Sadeddin,W. and  Saqqa, W. N. Jb. Geol. Palaeont, Mh,                           6: 370-382. 1997
Petrography, microfacies and geochemistry of phosphate beds in the Upper Cretaceous Amman Formation, SE Irbid Al-Shereideh, S., Saqqa, W., and Abu-Jaber, N. Africa Geoscience Review 4: 405-4151997
Surface textures of quartz grains from arid continental environments (Wadi Araba area, SW Jordan ).   Saqqa, W. N. Jb. Geol. Palaeont. Abh. 209 (1): 135- 144.1998
Sedimentological characteristics and lithofacies of the  Holocene fluvial deposits: wadi Ash-Shawmar, Mafraq area, northeastern Jordan Saqqa, W. Abhath Al-Yarmouk “Basic Sci. and Eng.”,  8: 63-88. Yarmouk University1999
Holothurian sclerites from the early Late Cretaceous, south of Al-Mustaba area (north Jordan).   Al-Tamimi, M., Saqqa, W., and Sadeddin, W. N. Jb. Geol. Paläont. Mh.,                     8: 463-482.    2001
Recent sediments from a coastal pond on the eastern margin of the Dead Sea, Jordan. Saddoni, F. , Saqqa, W., Abrahim, Gh.  Carbonates and Evaporites, 17: 79-86. 2002
Discriminant analysis of gain size as a tool to classify depositional environments of sands from south and southwestern parts of Jordan.  Saqqa, W., and Samawi, H. Abhath Al-Yarmouk “Basic Sci. and Eng.”,  11: 727-744Yarmouk University2002
The effect of cationic saturation on X-ray diffraction patterns of smectitic clays, an example from Azraq area, Jordan Saqqa, W. Abhath Al-Yarmouk “Basic Sci. and Eng.”, 12: 363-380.Yarmouk University2003
Suitability of gypsum for the production of gypsum plaster.  An example from Abu-Ruweis evaporites (Upper Triassic), As Subayhi area, northwestern Jordan. Saqqa, W., and Arikat, M. Dirasat, Pure Sciences30: 167-181.University of Jordan, Amman2003
Characterization of the aeolian terrain facies in wadi Araba Desert, southwestern Jordan. Saqqa W., and Atallah, M.Geomorphology62: 63-87. Elsevier2004
On the use of geostatistical cross-association for lithostratigraphical correlation.   Saqqa, W., and M. Fraiwan Journal of Data Science 4: 1-20Taipei, Taiwan.2006
A computer-based program (WDTSRP) designed for computation of sand drift potential (DP) and plotting sand roses.  Saqqa ,W., and Saqqa, A Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. Volume 32, Issue 6, 832-840.2007
A computer based information system program for petrographical and chemical classification of sandstone Saqqa, W., Ali, M., and Al-Sakran, H Abhath Al-Yarmouk “Basic Sci. and Eng.”,  Vol. 16, No. 2, 229-243Yarmouk University2007
Use of X-ray diffraction and MudMaster program in the evaluation of crystallite size and size distributions of illite and kaolinite at various depths of rock formations in Jordan Odeh, I., Saqqa, W., and Eberl, D Abhath Al-Yarmouk “Basic Sci. and Eng.”,   Vol. 16, No. 1,  1-17. Yarmouk University2007
Holothurian sclerites from the upper part of Ajlun Group (Late Cretaceous) of Salhoub area, North Jordan Al-Tamimi, M., Saqqa, W. DirastVol. 35, No.2., 81-95University of Jordan, Amman2008
Determination of Crystallite Thickness and Crystal Growth Mechanisms of Jordanian Clays by X-Ray Diffraction Method.   Odeh, I.,Saqqa, W., and Eberl, D Jordan Journal of Earth and Environmental Sciences (JJEES),V.2, (Special Publ. No.1), 96-109.2009
Tectonic Geomorphology of Alluvial Fans East of the Wadi Araba Fault (Dead Sea Transform), Jordan.   Saqqa, W. & Atallah, M. Jordan Journal of Earth and Environmental Sciences (JJEES),V.5, No.2, 79-86.2013
Calcitization and Bulk Chemistry of Phosphate Grains from the Upper Part of Amman Formation. Southeast Irbid, Jordan  Al-Shreideh, S., Saqqa, W., El-Radaydeh, N., Tarawneh, Kh., Alnawafkeh, H. Journal of Geography & Geology,Vol.5, No.4, 16-28.  Canada2013