elias salameh
elias salameh
professor of geology at the university of jordan
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Water resources of Jordan: present status and future potentials
I Salāmah, H Bannayan
Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, 1993
1471993
Does the actual drop in Dead Sea level reflect the development of water sources within its drainage basin?
E Salameh, H Wl‐Naser
Acta hydrochimica et hydrobiologica 27 (1), 5-11, 1999
981999
Pharmaceuticals, their metabolites, and other polar pollutants in field-grown vegetables irrigated with treated municipal wastewater
C Riemenschneider, M Al-Raggad, M Moeder, B Seiwert, E Salameh, ...
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 64 (29), 5784-5792, 2016
912016
Changes in the Dead Sea level and their impacts on the surrounding groundwater bodies
E Salameh, H El‐Naser
Acta hydrochimica et hydrobiologica 28 (1), 24-33, 2000
902000
Water quality degradation in Jordan
E Salameh
901996
A natural analogue of high pH cement pore waters from the Maqarin area of northern Jordan. I: introduction to the site
HN Khoury, E Salameh, ID Clark, P Fritz, W Bajjali, AE Milodowski, ...
Journal of Geochemical Exploration 46 (1), 117-132, 1992
831992
Redefining the water poverty index
E Salameh
Water International 25 (3), 469-473, 2000
802000
Water Quality Degradation in Jordan:(impacts on Evironment, Economy and Future Generations Resources Base)
I Salāma
Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, 1996
591996
The hydrodynamic pattern of the central part of Jordan
E Salameh, P Udluft
Geol Jahrb 38, 39-53, 1985
551985
Propagation of high-alkaline fluids in an argillaceous formation: Case study of the Khushaym Matruk natural analogue (Central Jordan)
I Techer, HN Khoury, E Salameh, F Rassineux, C Claude, N Clauer, ...
Journal of Geochemical Exploration 90 (1-2), 53-67, 2006
532006
Sources of water salinities in the Jordan Valley Area/Jordan
E Salameh
Acta hydrochimica et hydrobiologica 29 (6‐7), 329-362, 2001
522001
Over-exploitation of groundwater resources and their environmental and socio-economic implications: the case of Jordan
E Salameh
Water International 33 (1), 55-68, 2008
462008
Geologic development of Jordan-evolution of its rocks and life
K Bandel, E Salameh
Elias Mechael Salameh, 2013
412013
Using environmental isotopes in the study of the recharge-discharge mechanisms of the Yarmouk catchment area in Jordan
E Salameh
Hydrogeology Journal 12 (4), 451-463, 2004
392004
Characteristics of an unusual highly alkaline water from the Maqarin area, northern Jordan
HN Khoury, E Salameh, Q Abdul-Jaber
Journal of Hydrology 81 (1-2), 79-91, 1985
391985
Cementation of kerogen-rich marls by alkaline fluids released during weathering of thermally metamorphosed marly sediments. Part I: Isotopic (C, O) study of the Khushaym Matruk …
S Fourcade, L Trotignon, P Boulvais, I Techer, M Elie, D Vandamme, ...
Applied Geochemistry 22 (7), 1293-1310, 2007
372007
The Interface Configuration of the Fresh‐/Dead Sea Water–Theory and Measurements
E Salameh, H E.‐Naser
Acta hydrochimica et hydrobiologica 28 (6), 323-328, 2000
372000
The first large meteorite impact structure discovered in the Middle East: Jebel Waqf as Suwwan, Jordan
E Salameh, H Khoury, WU Reimold, W Schneider
Meteoritics & Planetary Science 43 (10), 1681-1690, 2008
342008
Characterization of the sources of thermal spring‐ and well water in Jordan by rare earth element and yttrium distribution and stable isotopes of H2O
P Möller, P Dulski, E Salameh, S Geyer
Acta hydrochimica et hydrobiologica 34 (1‐2), 101-116, 2006
342006
The complex impact crater Jebel Waqf as Suwwan in Jordan: Effects of target heterogeneity and impact obliquity on central uplift formation
T Kenkmann, WU Reimold, M Khirfan, E Salameh, H Khoury, K Konsul
Geological Society of America Special Papers 465, 471-487, 2010
322010
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