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Rainwater harvesting assessment for a small size urban area in JordanAwawdeh M., Al-Shraideh S., Al-Qudah K. and Jaradat R.International Journal of Water Resources and Environmental EngineeringVol. 4(12), pp. 415 - 422Academic Journals   2012
Trends in maximum daily rainfall in marginal desert environment: Signs of climate changeAl-Qudah, K.A. and A.A. SmadiAmerican Journal of Environmental Sciences.7(4): 331-337Science publications 2011
Long-term trends analysis in heavy and extreme events in semi arid rainfall station, as an indicator of climate changeAl-Qudah K., A. and Smadi A., Proceeding of 10th International Conference on Drylands Development.International Dryland Commission2012
Investigation of desert subsoil nitrate in Northeastern Badia of JordanAl-Taani AA, Al-Qudah K.AScience of  Total Environ.442:111-115Elsevier2013
Floods as water resource and as a hazard in arid regions: Case study in southern JordanAl-Qudah K. AJournal of Jordan Civil Engineering5 (1):148-1612011
GIS Database for Sustainable  Management of Shallow Water Resources in the Tulul al Ashaqif Region, NE JordanAl-Qudah K. and  Abu-Jaber NWater Resources Management23:603-615.Springer2009
Palaeoclimatology and palaeohydrology  of Late  Pleistocene  palaeolake at Qa'a Aelma (Jordanian Badia)Al-Tawash B.S. and Al-Qudah KIraqi Journal of Science, Vol.49, No.1, PP. 124-1362008
Artificial rainall tests, soil moisture profiles and geoelectrical investigation for the estimation of recharge rates in asemi arid area (Jordanian Yarmouk Basin)K. AlQudah, N. Abu-Jaber, R. Jaradat and M. AwawdehEnvirnmental Earth Sciences DOI 10.1007/S12665-0143889-YSpringer 2014
Integrated GIS and remote sensing for mapping groundwater potentiality in the Tulul Ashaqif, Northeastern JordanM. Awawdeh, M. Obeidat, K. Al- Qudah, and R. JaradatArbian Journal of Geosciences 7, issue 6, 2377-2392Springer 2014
 Taming the torrents: The hydrologic impacts of ancient terracing practices in JordanAl-Qudah, K.,Abdelal, Q., Hamarneh C., and AbuJaber Journal of Hydrology542: 913-922Elsevier2016
Dating desert pavements – First results from a challenging environmental archive.Fuchs, M., Dietze, M., Al-Qudah, K., Lomax, JQuaternary Geochronology.30: 342-349. Elsevier 2015