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Permanent Mailing address: 2105 Equestrian TRL, Austin, Texas 78727
Business address: Environmental Science Department,
The University of Texas of the Permian Basin; 4901 East University
Odessa, Texas 79762;
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Professional Academic and Research Experience
A. Program Coordinator of Environmental Sciences Program, and Associate Professor of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, University of Texas, PB, 2009-PRESENT.
I have primary responsibility for curriculum development, student recruitments, as well as support and evaluation of the environmental sciences program. I also teach Environmental Law, Environmental Sciences, Water and Waste Water Treatment, Water Quality, Air Quality, and Advanced Environmental Sciences.
Responsible for overseeing the performance of research support functions of the environmental science program. Sits on Boards of various committees of Earth Science and Resource Engineering, and manages the relationships with several initiatives to manage natural resources in a socially, economically and environmentally acceptable way.
B. Research Associate/ Scientist, Center for International Energy and Environmental Policy, The University of Texas at Austin (2007 -2009).
Main tasks performed: research project developments and coordination in MENA region, sustaining healthy working relationship with national and international organizations, as well as coordinate and plan meetings with stakeholders, and reports drafting.
C. Environmental Geoscientist, Bureau of Economic Geology, the University of Texas at Austin (2007 -2009).
Area of expertise: Environmental Remote sensing, GIS and Remote Sensing Mapping, Public acceptance of CCS projects, Evapotranspiration, CO2 sequestration, soil and water management, environmental impact studies, water reuse, environmental database management (National Uranium Resource Evaluation -NURE-of New Mexico and Colorado states)
D. Research Fellow, Center for Social Development, Washington University in St. Louis (2005 2008).
Area of expertise: Environmental Service learning program, capacity building, civic engagement, social and policy dimensions of environmental issues and their impacts.
Main technical project(s): Environmental service learning programs in the United Arab Emirates: Impacts on environmental awareness and civic engagement
E. Associate Professor United Arab Emirate University (2005 -2007, Assistant from 2002-2005).
Area of expertise: Environmental Sciences, Environmental Impact Assessment, marine sciences, water resources, desert landscape, natural hazards, natural resource development. Administrative: supervisor for UAEU Environment Society, Coordinator for several University Committees; served as General Secretary for the 6th International Conference of the Geosciences of the Middle East, and on the advisory board of the Gulf Seismic Forum and others as well. Taught courses at College of Science, College of Engineering and College of Humanities. Taught at the Civil Engineering the following courses: Surface Water Hydrology, Water Resources, and Geomorphology, and taught at the College of Science: Environmental Sciences
Main technical project(s): Leading five major projects:
1. Environmental evaluation of Abu Dhabi Sabkhas/ salt marches (for potential presences of economic minerals, for harvesting solar energy, as being a source of unconventional hydrocarbon, for the health of associated mangrove ecosystems, for temporal and spatial variations of physical landscape, for investigating the impact of land use on this environment, for being as a model extraterrestrial applications ..etc ). I have formed and coordinated a team from UAEU Departments of Biology, Chemistry, Geology, and other from UK, USA, and Italy. This project demonstrates my ability to manage large projects involving staff with diverse backgrounds and skills.
2. I have directed an Evapotranspiration mapping project that focuses on Al Ain area of Abu Dhabi Emirates . The projects involve ET estimation using traditional methods and remote sensing based methods. The main tasks included vegetation survey, GIS mapping, metrological data collection, statistical analyses..etc.
3. I have directed programs on environmental monitoring of contaminants and associated impacts on ecological receptors. The emphasis were on dams/ coastal water of Abu Dhabi and Dubai, soil of Al Ain, Groundwater of Abu Dhabi..etc.
4. I have headed a team that investigated sand dunes migrations and pathways in UAE
5. I have studied and evaluated water and sediment environmental data of the late Mesopotamian Marshes of Iraq for restoration purposes. In this project we established the environmental background of the area necessary for species recovery of small invertebrates, fish, and bird species.
During these projects various forms of interactions with various ministries and municipalities took place, and the projects itself included environmental information collection, collation, storage, retrieval and dissemination to policy planners, decision makers, scientists and environmentalists, researchers, academicians and other stakeholders.
F. Research Scientist, Texas A&M Agricultural Research and Extension Center, El Paso (2000 -2002).
Area of expertise: outreach and extension services, arid land hydrology, irrigation performance, remote sensing and GIS mapping of salinity and salt-affected, soil managements, water conservation practices, heavy metal assessment, remote sensing, groundwater, reuse and disposal of reused water for both agricultural and engineering applications.
Main technical project(s): Mapping salt-affected soils and associated environmental factors (water quality, vegetation health, ..etc) in the Rio Grande Basin using remote sensing and GIS approach. I was responsible for leading a team of eight research associates that are responsible for image classification, GPS survey, staking, soil and riparian habitat mapping. My team modeled salts and water transport in semi-arid rivers, salt storage and release in and from riparian zones of a semi-arid river and impact of green landscape and nearby farms. We used comprehensive and well-structured data sets, models (geospatial analysis and applications development using geographic information
systems (GIS) that describe physicochemical processes or implement decision methodologies, and data analysis and visualization tools to reveal and present new insights from environmental research studies. I described and presented this major research program in several publications.
G. Research Assistant, Center for Environmental Resource Management, The University of Texas at El Paso (1997 -2000)
Area of expertise: environmental management, conservation, environmental education, public involvement, environmental awareness in the US-Mexico border, watershed and river basin hydrological studies and modeling (focus on Rio Grande Basin), management of environmental databases (USGS-NURE data).
Main technical project(s):
1. Coordinated ExtendSim modeling tasks of the Transboundary Resource Inventory Management project (TRIM). TRIM is a binational WWW site that provides a search engine and portals for natural resources information along the border of United States and Mexico. This site would be a user-friendly conduit to registered web sites.
2. Coordinated the ExtendSim modeling tasks of US/Mexico Border Environmental Infrastructure Needs Assessment. This project provides a summary of demand and estimated costs for potable water, collection and treatment of sewage, and solid waste management. The results of this effort will serve to help prioritize projects and better identify areas of critical infrastructure needs.
3. Rio Bosque Wetlands management projects, the Paso del Norte region US -Mexico border. I dealt with monitoring of the ecosystem, and I was a member of the management team and involved in ecological mapping, water control, monitoring of ecosystems.
G. Research Assistant, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Yarmouk University, Jordan (1994 -1997).
Area of expertise: water allocation, water budgeting, environmental geochemistry, fate and transport of contaminants, hydrochemistry, and mobility of toxic heavy metals (focus on Jordan and Yarmouk rivers basin). Main technical project(s): Environmental assessment (sediment and water) of Jordan and Yarmouk Rivers, soil quality in Jordan Valley, Amman and other areas.
Publications/ research output
Chapters and reports
Howari F, and Ghrefat H, 2010. State of Environment of Jordan in Encyclopedia of Environmental Health (NVRN); Elsevier B.V. (in press)
Howari F, and Sadiq A., 2010, Geomorphology and development mechanism of sinkholes in arid regions with emphasis on West Texas, Qatar Peninsula and Dead Sea area, accepted in Geoinformatics in Applied Geomorphology; Pub, Taylor and Francis.
Ghrefat H. and Howari F, 2010. Gypsum: Properties, Production and Applications , Nova Science Publishers, 400 Oser Avenue, Suite 1600 Hauppauge, NY 11788
Howari F. 2009. Bridging the Gap: Between Water Science and Policy Making, Gulf Research Center, Dubai, UAE
Howari, F., Sherif M.M., Singh, V.P., and Azam, A.A., 2008. "Climate Changes: Causes, Evidences and Impacts on Groundwater Resources" In Hydrology and Hydraulics; Edited by Dr. Vijay P. Singh 1098 pp, Hardbound, Water Resources Publications, LLC ISBN 978188720152-0
Howari, Fares, and Philip C. Goodell., 2008. Characterization of salt-crust build-up and soil salinization in the United Arab Emirates by Means of Field and Remote Sensing Techniques, in Remote Sensing of Soil Salinization: Impact on Land Management, (Metternicht and Zink, eds), pp 141-154, Taylor and Francis Publishers
Howari, Fares, Sherif, M. M., Singh, V. P., and Al Asam, M. S., 2006, Application of GIS and remote sensing techniques in identification, assessment and development of groundwater resources, in Thangarajan, M., ed., Groundwater: resources evaluation, augmentation, restoration, modeling and management: New Delhi, Capital Publishing Company,
Howari, Fares, 2004, Desalination in the Middle East: one of the realistic options, in Cech, T. V., Principles of water resources: history, development, management and policy: Hoboken, New Jersey, John Wiley and Sons,
Howari, Fares, and others, 2003, Constructing understandings of Earth systems: science story in chapter 6, in Desalination: CUES supported by U.S. National Science Foundation (Grant No. ESI-0095938) and American Geological Institute (AGI),
Howari, Fares, Goodell, P. C., and Miyamoto, S., 2002, Spectroscopy of salts common in saline soils, in Muttiah, R. S., ed., From laboratory spectroscopy to remotely sensed spectra of terrestrial ecosystem: Netherlands, Kluwer Academic Publishers, v. 1, p. 1–20.
F. N. Sadooni, F. Howari and A. El-Saiy, 2010. Microbial dolomites from the carbonate-evaporite sediments of the coastal sabkha of Abu Dhabi and their exploration implications Journal of Petroleum Geology, Vol. 33(4), October 2010, pp 289-298
Howari F. M., Banat K., Au Salaha, 2010, Depositional and diagentic processes of Qa Khanna playa, North Jordan basaltic plateau, Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, Volume 39, Issue 4, 9 September 2010, Pages 275-284
Salman, A.B., Howari, F.M., El-Sankary M.M., Wali A.M., and Saleh, M.M., 2010. Environmental impact and natural hazards on Kharga Oasis monumental sites, Western Desert of Egypt. Journal of African Earth Sciences, Volume 58, Issue 2, September 2010, Pages 341-353
Sadooni, F. N., Howari, F.M., Edwards H.G.M., El-Saiy A., 2010. Lithology, mineral assemblages and microbial fingerprints of the evaporite-carbonate sediments of the coastal sabkha of Abu Dhabi and their extraterrestrial implications. International Journal of Astrobiology, Cambridge University Press’ 9 : 147-156
Al-Katheeri E. S., Howari F. M., Murad A. A., 2009. Hydrogeochemistry and pollution assessment of quaternary–tertiary aquifer in the Liwa area, United Arab Emirates; Environ Earth Sci; 1866-6280
Zumlot T., Goodell P., Howari F., 2009. Geochemical Mapping of New Mexico; Environ Geol (2009) 58:1479–1497
Abdulali S and Howari, Fares., 2009. Remote Sensing and Spectral Characteristics of Desert Sand from Qatar Peninsula, Arabian Gulf, Remote Sens. 2009, 1(4), 915-933; doi:10.3390/rs1040915.
Howari, Fares., Bant K. Sawalah M. 2009. Sedimentology and geochemistry of Qa Khanna playa, North Jordan basaltic plateau, Jordan. (press ) Journal of Asian Earth Sciences
Howari, F. M., Jordan, B. R., Bouhouche, N., and Wyllie-Echeverria, S., 2009, Field and remote- sensing assessment of mangrove forests and seagrass beds in the northwestern part of the United Arab Emirates: Journal of Coastal Research, v. 25, no. 1, p. 48–56.
Howari, F. M., Sadooni, F. N., and Goodell, P. C., 2008, Assessment of water bodies of United Arab Emirates coastal sabkhas as potential sites for natural salinity gradient solar ponds: Journal of Energy Engineering, December, p. 111–120.
Howari, F. M., and McDonnell, R., 2008, The special conditions of water management in the Arab Gulf States: present and future challenges: First Break, v. 26, p. 79–82.
Banat, K. M., Howari, Fares, and To'mah, M. M., 2007, Chemical fractionation and heavy metal distribution in agricultural soils, north of Jordan valley: Soil and Sediment Contamination (formerly Journal of Soil Contamination), v. 16, p. 89–107.
Howari, F. M., and El-Saiy, A. K., 2007, Characterization of recent sediments, between Abu Dhabi and Dubai coasts, United Arab Emirates, using multiple analytical techniques: Journal of Coastal Research, v. 23, p. 52–63.
Howari, Fares, Murad, A., and Garamoon, H., 2006, Prediction of spatial ET-fluxes using remote sensing and field data of selected areas in the Eastern Part of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates: Australian Journal of Soil Research, v. 44 no. 8, p. 759–768.
Howari, Fares, 2006, Spectral analyses of sabkha sediments with implications for remote sensing on Mars: International Journal of Astrobiology, v. 5, no. 1, p. 47–56.
Howari, Fares, Baghdady, A. B., and Goodell, P. C., 2006, Mineralogical and geomorphologic characterization of sand dunes in the eastern part of United Arab Emirates using orbital remote sensing integrated with field investigations: Journal of Geomorphology Volume 83, Issues 1-2, 15 January 2007, Pages 67-81
Banat, K. M., Howari, Fares, and Al-Shatnawi, S. Y., 2006, Stability and environmental
geochemical profile of toxic heavy metals in soils around a crude oil refinery: International Journal of Environment and Pollution, v. 28, no. ½, p. 162–184.
Banat, K. M., Howari, Fares, and Al-Hamad, A. A., 2005, Heavy metals in urban soils of central part of Jordan: Should we worry about their environmental risks: Environmental Research, v. 97, no. 3, p. 258–273.
Howari, Fares, 2005, Distribution of heavy metal concentrations in surface sediments in Dubai creeks, United Arab Emirates: Annali di Chimica, v. 95, no. 9-10, p. 667–675.
Banat, K. M., Howari, Fares, and Abdullah, M. B., 2005, Mineralogy and hydrochemical characteristics of the late marshes and swamps of Hor Al Hammar, southern Iraq: Journal of Arid Environments, v. 65, no. 3, p. 400–419.
Banat, K. M., and Howari, Fares, 2005, Water chemical characteristics of the Red Sea coastal sabkhas and associate evaporite and carbonate minerals: Journal of Coastal Research, v. 21, no. 5, p. 1068–1082.
Howari, Fares, Abu-Rakah, Y., and Shinaq, R., 2005, Hydrochemical composition of spring waters in North Jordan: Journal of Water Resources, v. 32, no. 5, p. 607–616.
Howari, Fares, 2004, Heavy metal speciation and mobility assessment of arid soils in the vicinity of Al Ain landfill, United Arab Emirates: International Journal of Environment and Pollution, v. 22, no. 6, p. 721–729.
Howari, Fares, and Garamoon, H., 2004, Remediation assessment of Co2+, Cd2+, and Zn2+ in groundwater during carbonate formation: an experimental approach: Journal of Geology of Middle East, v., 18, p. 175–183.
Howari, Fares, Abu-Rakah, Y., and Goodell, P. C., 2004, Heavy metal pollution of soils along North Shuna–Aqaba Highway, Jordan: International Journal of Environment and Pollution, v. 22, no. 5, p. 597–607.
Goodell, P. C., Lu, H., Ghrefat, H., and Howari, Fares, 2004, Energy savings for favorable Industrial mineral facilities worldwide: Industrial Minerals, May, ISSN0019-8544; MSC Mailers Inc., Bound Brook, NJ.
Howari, Fares, 2004, Chemical and environmental implications of visible and near infrared spectral features of salt crusts: Journal of Analytical and Environmental Chemistry, Annali di Chimica: v. 94, p. 315–323.
Howari, Fares, 2004, Investigation of hydrocarbon pollution in the vicinity of United Arab Emirates coasts using satellite remote sensing data and reflectance spectroscopy: Journal of Coastal Research, v. 20, no. 2, p. 1089–1095.
Howari, Fares, 2003, A comparison of spectral matching algorithms for identifying natural salt crusts: Journal of Applied Spectroscopy, v. 70, no. 5, p. 782–787.
Banat, K. M., and Howari, Fares, 2003, Pollution load of Pb, Zn, and Cd and mineralogy of the recent sediments of Jordan River/Jordan: Environment International, v. 28, no. 7, p. 581–586.
Howari, Fares, 2003, The use of remote sensing data to extract information from agricultural land with emphasis on soil salinity: Australian Journal of Soil Research, v. 41, no. 7), p. 1243– 1253.
Howari, Fares, 2002, Spectroscopy of evaporites, Periodico di Mineralogia, An International Journal of Mineralogy, Crystallography and Geochemistry, v. 71., no. 2, p. 191–200.
Howari, Fares, and Banat, K. M., 2002, Hydrochemical characteristics of Jordan and Yarmouk river waters: effect of natural and human activities: Journal of Hydrology and
Hydromechanics, v. 50, no. 1, p. 50.
Howari, Fares, Goodell, P. C., and Miyamoto, S., 2002, Spectral properties of salt crusts formed on saline soils: Journal of Environmental Quality, v. 31, p. 1453–1461.
Howari, Fares, and Banat, K. M., 2001, Assessment of Fe, Zn, Cd, Hg, and Pb in the Jordan and Yarmouk River sediments in relation to their physicochemical properties and sequential extraction characterization: Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, v. 132, no. 1-2, p. 43–59.
Conference papers, abstracts and popular articles
Goodell, P. C., Howari, F. M., and Zumlot, T., 2010, Geochemical Observations from Factor Analyses Maps of the National Geochemical Survey Database (NGS) and other Databses, in Geological Society of America Annual Meeting and Exposition October 31-Nov 4, Denver; CO, USA.
Howari, F.M., Sadiq A. M. & Al-Thani R. 2010. Pathways and Possible Impacts of Accidental CO2 Subsurface-Leak in Sabkha’s Environment, Qatar -9th Middle East Geoscience Conference and Exhibition
Goodell P., and Howari F, Salman A, Sadiq A., 2010. Proposed Global Nuclear Learning Network; International Conference on Human Resource Development for Introducing and Expanding Nuclear Power Programmes, 14-18 March 2010; Abu Dhabi, UAE; Organized by the International Atomic Energy Agency and hosted by the Government of United Arab Emirates
Salman A. Howari F. Goodell P., and Sadiq A., 2010. Role of the Director in the Implementation of Successful Uranium Exploration Program; International Conference on Human Resource Development for Introducing and Expanding Nuclear Power Programmes, 14-18 March 2010; Abu Dhabi, UAE; Organized by the International Atomic Energy Agency and hosted by the Government of United Arab Emirates.
Howari F., Sadiq A., Salman A., and Goodell P., 2010. Nuclear Education Reform for the Middle East and North Africa: A Challenging Task; International Conference on Human Resource Development for Introducing and Expanding Nuclear Power Programmes, 14-18 March 2010; Abu Dhabi, UAE; Organized by the International Atomic Energy Agency and hosted by the Government of United Arab Emirates
Howari F. M, 2009. Take the underground: Carbon Dioxide in EOR; BP Outlook Journal
Goodel., and Howari, F., 2009, Simultaneous uranium source for four different unconventional uranium deposit types, submitted to International Symposium on Unconventual Uranium Deposit Types, International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, Nov 3-7.
Howari, F, Goodell, P. and Salman, A. 2009, Uranium Resources of the Middle East: International Symposium on Uranium Production and Raw Materials, Keystone Colorado
Goodell P.C., Howari, F.M., Abdelaty S., 2009. Proposed metallogenic and tectonic classification of uranium ore deposits type., Global Uranium International Conference (U2009); Keystone, CO, May 9-13, 2009.
Howari, F.M. Goodell P.C. Abdelaty S., 2009. Uranium Resources in the Middle East. Global Uranium International Conference (U2009); Keystone, CO, May 9-13, 2009.
Howari F. and Duncan I, 2008. CO2 Capture and Storage in Saudi Arabia through Enhanced Recovery– Multidimensional Opportunities and Challenges; the Future of Clean Energy in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Workshop, Dhahran-31261, Saudi Arabia May 18-19th, 2008.
Howari, Fares, and Goodell, P. C., 2007, Geosciences perspectives on natural hazards on the Arabian Gulf Council countries, in Geological Society of America Annual Meeting and Exposition October 28–31, Denver.
Goodell, P. C., and Howari, Fares, 2007, Contextual model for global nuclear learning network (abs.). in Geological Society of America Annual Meeting and Expos ition, October 28–31, Denver.
Zumlot, T., Goodell, P. C., and Howari, F. M., 2007, Regional Geochemical Mapping of New Mexico, USA: Natural and Anthropogenic, in Geological Society of America Annual Meeting and Exposition October 28–31, Denver.
Pritzer, S., McBride, A., Howari, F., Elicequi, P., and Hopkins, T., 2007, Shaping service-learning: a comparison of three national contexts, in The Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA) Conference, November 20–22 Philadelphia.
Sadooni, F., Howari, F. M., Hamza, W., Moshin, M., El-Saiy, A. K., and Edwards, H., 2007, Lithologic characterization, plant pigments and raman spectroscopy of recent sediments of the coastal sabkhas of Abu Dhabi and their astrobiological implications (full article), in Proceedings, 8th Annual U.A.E. University Research Conference, Al Ain, UAE Science, p. 179–188.
McBride, A. M., Pritzer, S., Keen, C., Howari, F., and Hopkins, T., 2007, Service-learning, forms, models, and effects: a comparison across three countries, in International Service-Learning Research Conference, Portland, Oregon, October.
Howari, F. M., 2007, Status of the scientific research in the GCC Status: an overview of the challenges (full Article): Opinions around the Gulf Magazine, no. 36.
El-Saiy, A. K., and Howari, Fares, 2006, Textural and geochemical characterization of recent sediments between Abu Dhabi and Dubai coasts, United Arab Emirates, in 6th International Conference on the Geology of the Middle East, Al Ain, United Arab Emirates.
Goodell, P. C., and Howari, Fares, 2006, Uranium deposits in the Middle East, in 6th International Conference on the Geology of the Middle East, Al Ain, United Arab Emirates.
Howari, Fares, Murad, A., and Garamoon, H., 2006, Comparing evapotranspiration estimates from remote sensing and field data in selected areas, in Al Ain, eastern part of Abu Dhabi, UAE: 7th Annual UAE University Research Conference, Al Ain, United Arab Emirates.
El Kathiri, I. S., Murad, A., and Howari, Fares, 2006, Isotopic Investigation of groundwater origin of Liwa Area, Western Abu Dhabi Emirate, United Arab Emirates (UAE), in 8th Arab Conference on Peaceful uses of Atomic Energy, Amman, Jordan.
Howari, Fares, Murad, A., Garamoon, H., and Kandeel, H., 2005, Estimation of evapotranspiration of green landscape in Al Ain, United Arab Emirates, using normalized vegetation index and ground surface metrological data., Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v.
37, no. 7.
Sadooni, F., Howari, Fares, Hamza, W., and Abd El-Gawad, E., 2005, Modern arid coastal sabkhas of the UAE: spatial and temporal evolution, sedimentology and geochemistry, in Sixth Annual U.A.E. University Research Conference, Research Affairs, v. 6, SC1–14.
Howari, Fares, Sadooni, F., and Hamza, W., 2005, Assessment of water bodies and lagoons of coastal sabkhas of Abu Dhabi as potential sites for natural salinity-gradient solar pond (SGSP) (abs.), in International Conference on Energy, Environment and Disaster (INCEED), Charlotte, North Carolina.
Jordan, B. R., Baker, H., and Howari, F., 2005, Tsunami hazard along the coasts of the United Arab Emirates, Arabian coast, in 2005 Papers, Theme D, Paper 4.
Howari, Fares, Ghrefat, H., and Goodell, P. C., 2004, Geomorphological and mineralogical characterization of sand dunes using multispectral Landsat 7 ETM+ and SPOT, Eastern Part of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates., Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 36, no. 5.
Howari, Fares, and Kandeel, H., 2004, Remote sensing and geographic information system: associate environmental applications from United Arab Emirates and Environment, FEA, No. 11, p. 12–15 (article).
Howari, Fares, 2004, Hydrochemical analyses and management options to route Water from Elephant Butte Dam to El Paso del Norte region, U.S.-Mexico border, in Advances at the Interface between Water Science and Water Policy: 4th National Conference On Science, Policy and the Environment: Water for a Sustainable and Secure Future, January 29–30, Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, Washington, D.C., p. 14.
Howari, Fares, and Garamoon, H., 2003, The relation between groundwater flow and heavy metals co-precipitation with calcium carbonate: a remediation approach., American Geological Sociiety v. 36.
Howari, Fares, 2002, Evaluating salt accumulation and release processes in riparian zones of a semi arid Region., American Geological Society, v. 35.
Howari, Fares, Goodell, P. C., Miyamoto, S., and Penn, B., 2000, Spectral reflectance characteristics of salt deposited on the soil surfaces in Second EARSel Workshop on Imaging Spectroscopy, ITC, the Netherlands, July 11–12.
Howari, Fares, Goodell, P. C., Miyamoto, S., and Penn, B., 2000, Spectral properties of treated silty clay loam and fine sandy loam with gypsum, halite and their mixtures, in Remote Sensing 2000 from Laboratory Spectroscopy to Remotely Sensed Spectral Observation: conference sponsored by Soil Science Society of America, Corpus Christi, Texas, October 22–25.
Howari, Fares, and others, 2000, Modeling the relationship between salt load and time in the middle reach of the Rio Grande, in 219th ACS national meeting, San Francisco, American Chemical Society, Division of Computer in Chemistry.
Howari, Fares, and others, 2000, Soil salinity discrimination using spectral analysis, 219th ACS national meeting, San Francisco, American Chemical Society, Division of Analytical chemistry.
Howari, Fares, Goodell, P. C., Miyamoto, S., and Penn, B., 2000, Spectral properties of gypsum, halite and their mixtures, in Fourteenth International Conference and Workshop on Applied Geologic Remote Sensing, Las Vegas, Nevada, November 6–8.
Howari, Fares, and Banat, K. M., 1999, Distribution and extraction of heavy metal pollutants in Jordan and Yarmouk River Sediment/Jordan., American Geological Society, v. 31, no. 7.
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