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Qaurryscapes report, landscape, provenance and conservation of stone sources from selected archaeological sites in Jordan. Abu-Jaber, N., Al Saad, Z., Alqudah, M., 2007. Al-Jafr. In Abu-Jaber, N., Al Saad, Z., Alqudah, M., Smadi, N., and Al Zoubi, A., package 1, deliverable no. 1, p. 5-47EU2007
Geomorphological and geological constraints on the development of Early Bronze chert industries at the northern rim of the Al Jafr Basin, Southern Jordan.Abu-Jaber, N., Al Saad, Z., and Alqudah, M., Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry 9 (1), 17-27.The University of the Aegean2008
Calcareous nannofossils biostratigraphy of Eocene oil shales from JordanAlqudah, M., Ali Hussein, Podlaha, O.G., M., van den Boorn, S., Kolonic, S., Mutterlose, J.,GeoArabia 19 (1), 117-140Geolink2014
Ichnofabrics of Eocene oil shales from central Jordan and their use in paleoenvironmental reconstructions. Ali Hussein, M., Alqudah, M., Podlaha, O.G., van den Boorn, S., Kolonic, S., Mutterlose, J.,GeoArabia 19 (1), 143-158Geolink2014
Eocene oil shales from Jordan- paleoenvironmental implications from reworked microfossilsAlqudah, M., Ali Hussein, M., van den Boorn, Giraldo, V., S., Kolonic, S., Podlaha, O.G., Mutterlose, J., Marine and Petroleum Geology 52, 93-106Elsevier2014
Eocene oil shales from Jordan – their petrography and stable isotopes. Ali Hussein, M., Alqudah, M., Podlaha, O.G., van den Boorn, S., Kolonic, S., Mutterlose, J., GeoArabia 19 (3), 139-162Geolink2014
Depositional environment of Late Cretaceous to Eocene organic rich marls from JordanAli Hussein, M., Alqudah, M., Blessenohl, M., Podlaha, O. G., Mutterlose, J.,GeoArabia 20(1), 191-200Geolink2015
Biostratigraphy and depositional setting of Maastrichtian – Eocene oil shales from Jordan.Alqudah, M., Ali Hussein, Podlaha, O.G., M., van den Boorn, S., Mutterlose, J., Marine and Petroleum Geology 60, 87-104Elsevier2015
Organic geochemical and petrographic characteristics of the oil shales in the Lajjun area, Central Jordan: Origin of organic matter input and preservation conditionsHakimi, M., Abdullah, W., Alqudah, M., Makeen, Y., Mustapha, K.,Fuel 181, 34-45Elsevier2016
Reducing marine and warm climate conditions during the Late Cretaceous, and their influence on organic matter enrichment in the oil shale deposits of North JordanHakimi, M., Abdullah W., Alqudah, M., Makeen Y., Mustapha, K.,International Journal of Coal Geology165, 173-189Elsevier2016
Pyrolysis analyses and bulk kinetic models of the Late Cretaceous oil shales in Jordan and their implications for early mature sulphur-rich oil generation potentialHakimi, M., Abdullah W., Alqudah, M., Makeen Y., Mustapha, K., Hatem, B., Marine and Petroleum Geology 91, 764-775Elsevier2018
Charophyte flora from Miocene deposits of Zahle (Beeka Valley, Lebanon). biostratigraphic, palaeoenvironemental and palaeobiogeographical implicationsSanjuan J., and Alqudah M., GEODIVERSITAS40 (10), 195-209Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle2018
A story told by calcareous nannofossils - the timing and course of an Eocene meteorite impact in central JordanAlqudah, M., Khoury, H., Salameh, E., Mutterlose, J., Arabian Journal of Geosciences11(16), 451-465Springer2018
Effect of porosity and composition on seismic wave velocities and elastic moduli of Lower Cretaceous rocks, central Lebanon. Salah, M., Alqudah M., Abd El-Al A.,Acta Geophysica66(5), 867-894Springer2018
Post-Cretaceous Mesostructures and their Formation Mechanisms, Jordan.Alhejoj, I., Alqudah, M., Alzughoul, K., Tarawneh, A., Jordan Journal of Earth and Environmental Sciences (JJEES).9 (2), 116-126Hashimate University2018
Calcareous nannofossil, nummulite and ostracod assemblages from Paleocene to Miocene successions in the Bekaa Valley (Lebanon) and its paleogeographic implicationsMohammad Alqudah, Ali Monzer, Josep Sanjuan, Mohamed K. Salah, Ikhlas K. AlhejojJournal of African Earth Sciences151, 82-94Elsevier2019
Paleoenvironmental evolution of the late Miocene paleolake at  Zahle (Bekaa Valley, Lebanon)Josep Sanjuan, Mohammad Alqudah, Thomas Neubauer, Jonathan Holmes, Catherina KhairallahPalaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology524 (70-84)Elsevier2019
Petrophysical and Acoustic Characteristics of Jurassic and Cretaceous Rocks from Central LebanonMohamed K. Salah, Mohammad Alqudah, Christian DavidCarbonates and Evaporites35:12-38Springer2020
Development, distribution and palaeoenvironmental significance of terrestrial carbonates in the Petra region, southern JordanNizar Abu-Jaber, Claire Rambeau, Catreena Hamarneh, Bernhard Lucke, Robyn Inglis, Mohammad AlqudahQuaternary International454, 3-16Elsevier2020
Petrophysical and acoustic assessment of carbonate rocks, Zahle area, central LebanonMohamed K. Salah, Mohammad Alqudah, Christian DavidBulletin of Engineering Geology and the Environment79 (10), 5455-5475Elsevier2020
Acoustics and petrophysical investigations on Upper Cretaceous carbonate rocks from Northern LebanonMohamed K. Salah, Mohammad Alqudah, Christian DavidJournal of African Earth Sciences172, 103955Elsevier2020
Lake Elji and a geological perspective on the evolution of Petra, JordanNizar Abu-Jaber, Sahar Khasawneh, Abdulla Al-Rawabdeh, Mohammad Alqudah, Catreena Hamarneh, Andrew MurrayPalaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology557, 1-21Elsevier2020
Mineralogical and geochemical characterization of Jarash Kaolinitic clay, northern JordanAl Momani, T, Alqudah, M., Dwairi, M.,JJEES11(4), 272-281Hashimate University2020
Depositional Environment of Eocene oil shales of Wadi Ashallala Formation northern JordanAl-Tamimi, M.H., Alqudah, M., Alatawneh, M., Nazzal, J., Alshraideh, S.,Arabian Journal of Geosciences14:209Springer2021
Biostratigraphy, Depositional and Diagenetic Processes in Carbonate Rocks form Southern Lebanon: Impact on Porosity and PermeabilityHammad Tariq Janjuhah, Josep Sanjuan, Mohammad Alqudah, Mohamed K. SalahActa Geologica Sinica - English Edition95 (5): 1668-1683Wiley2021
Geochemical analysis and spectral characteristics of oil shale deposits in Wadi Abu Ziad, western Irbid, JordanAl-Tamimi, M., Ghrefat, H., Alqudah, M., Nazal, J.,Arabian Journal of Geosciences14:2478Springer2021
Geochemistry and organofacies characteristics of organic-rich chalky marl deposits, northern Jordan: Insights into Type II-S source rockHakimi, M., Gharib, A., Alqudah, M., Ahmed, A., Mustapha, k., Abidin, N., Lashin, A., ., Welwa, N., Alqubalee, A.,Asian Journal of Earth Sciences225 (105040)Elsevier2022
Geochemistry and bulk kinetics modeling of  organic-rich carbonates within the Upper Cretaceous (Cenomanian–Turonian) succession from Ajloun (northern Jordan): Sulfur-rich oil generation potential during the early stages of kerogen crackingMohammed Hail Hakimi, Mohammad Alqudah, Wan Hasiah Abdullah, Khairul Azlan Mustapha, Nor Syazwani Abidin, Baleid HatemJournal of Petroleum Science and EngineeringSubmittedElsevier2022?
Late Santonian - Campanian Ostracodes from Northwestern Jordan: Biostratigraphic and Paleobiogeographic ImplicationsMahmoud H. Al- Tamimi, Jamal S. Nazzal, and Mohammad AlqudahJJEES13 (1): 1-15Hashemite University2022
Geochemical and petrological analyses of the phosphorite deposits (Amman/Al Hisa Formation) from northwest Jordan, and their insights for paleoenvironmentAlnimrat, R., Alqudah, M., Alsaleh, A., Alshereideh, S.,Arabian Journal of GeosciencesAcceptedSpringer2022