RESEARCH

 

 

 

            Research Interests

 

                        a. Watershed Modelling,  b. Remote Sensing Application in Hydrology,          c. Stochastic Hydrology,  d. Surface and Subsurface Movement of Pollutants,  e. Wastewater Recharge,  f. Water Harvesting,  g. Urban Hydrology,  h. Contaminant Transport,  i. Water Conservation, j. Water Supply Enhancement

 

 

            3.1  Projects

 

                        a. Funded Research Projects

 

                            1-     A.M. Ishaq and D.C. Wiggert, “Hydrologic Studies on Hill Creek Watershed,” Principal Investigator, funded by the U.S. Dept. of the Interior.  Completed in 1976.

                                   

                            2-     D.C. Wiggert and A.M. Ishaq, “Winter Spray Irrigation of Treated Effluent,” Co-Investigator, funded by the U.S. Dept. of the Interior.  Completed in 1976.

 

                            3‑     A.M. Ishaq, “A Stormwater Management Model for Saudi Arabia,” Principal Investigator, funded by KACST (AR‑01‑55).  Completed in 1983.

 

                            4-     A.E. Dabbagh, T.A. Bader, F. Inch and A.M. Ishaq, “Hydrology and Hydrogeology of Watersheds in the Makkah Al-Mukarramah Area,” Co-Investigator, funded by the Deputy Ministry of Mineral Resources through the KFUPM Research Institute.  Completed in 1984.  (Classified)

                            5-     A.M. Ishaq and H. Khararjian, “Water Harvesting of Urban Storm Runoff in Saudi Arabia,” Principal Investigator, funded by KACST (AR‑05‑116).  Completed in 1987.

 

                            6-     M.N. Allam, A.M. Ishaq, A.N. Sorman and A.M. Khan, “Geomorphologic Rainfall‑Runoff Models for Infiltrating Watersheds,” Co‑Investigator, funded by KACST (AR‑07‑85).  Completed in 1989.

 

                            7-     A.M. Ishaq, “Monitoring of Dry Weather Flow in Riyadh,” Principal Investigator, funded by Ar‑Riyadh Development Authority.  Completed in 1990.

 

8-         A.M. Ishaq, M.S. Al-Suwaiyan, R.I. Allayla and S. Farooq, “Recharging of Groundwater Aquifers in Saudi Arabia with Wastewater Effluents,” Principal Investigator, funded by KACST (AR-15-68) (Completed).

 

                            9-    A.M. Ishaq and M.A. Al-Zahrani, “Recharging Aquifers Through Amended Soils,” Principal Investigator, funded by KACST (LGP-2-57) (Completed).

 

                            10-   M.S. Al-Suwaiyan, A.M. Ishaq, M.H. Essa and M. Saleem, “Environmental Pollution due to Underground Storage Tanks:          (a) Assessment; (b) Guidelines for Prevention,” Co-Principal Investigator, funded by KACST (AR-22-61), 2003 (in progress).

 

 

                        b. Projects Pending Support (Under Active Consideration)

 

                            1-     A.M. Ishaq and M.S. Al-Suwaiyan, “Recharging Groundwater Aquifers in the ArRiyadh Region with Wastewater Effluents,” Principal Investigator, Proposal submitted to ArRiyadh Development Authority (ADA) for funding.

 

                            2-     A.M. Ishaq, M.S. Al-Suwaiyan, S.A. Aiban and S.N. Abduljauwad, “Is There a Natural Recharge in the Kingdom, If So, How Much?,” Principal Investigator, Proposal submitted to KFUPM, Graduate School, 2001.

 

                            3-     A.M. Ishaq, M.S. Al-Suwaiyan, A.M. Al-Qurashi, M.H. Essa and M. Saleem, “Using Tertiary Effluents in Irrigation,” Proposal submitted to KACST (AR-22-6), 2002.

 

                            4-     A.M. Ishaq, M.S. Al-Suwaiyan, A.M. Al-Qurashi, M.H. Essa and M. Saleem, “Optimizing the Efficiency of Tertiary Treatment in Upgrading the Existing Treatment Plant,” Proposal submitted to KACST (AR-22-5), 2002.

 

 

                        c. Individual Research Projects

 

                            1-     Evaporation and Evapotranspiration Studies in Saudi Arabia.

 

                            2-     Water Harvesting in Saudi Arabia.

 

                            3-     Location of Fresh‑water Springs in the Arabian Gulf.

 

                            4-     Unsaturated Transient Flow in Desert Soils.

 

                            5-     Dispersion of Chloroform in a Saturated Porous Media.

 

                            6-     Prediction of Flood Quantiles in the Southwestern Part of Saudi Arabia.

 

                            7-     Design of Urban Drainage Systems in Saudi Arabia.

 

                            8-     Water Table Rise in the Urban Catchments of Saudi Arabia.

 

                            9-     Delineation of Flood Plains in Saudi Arabia.

 

                           10-    Remote Sensing Techniques for Identifying Pollutants.

 

                           11-    Reliability Studies of Multi‑Reservoirs Systems Using Stochastic Techniques.

 

                           12-    Use of Microtubes in the Design of Optimized Trickle Irrigation Systems.

 

                           13-    Design of Hydrological Network in Southwestern Part of Saudi Arabia.

 

                           14-    Recharge of Aquifers below Sand Dunes.

 

                           15-    Slow Sand Filtration Techniques for Treatment of Secondary Effluents.

 

                           16-    An Urban Runoff Model for Saudi Arabia.

 

 


 

            3.2  M.S. and Ph.D. Advising

 

                        Chairman, Thesis Committee

 

                            1-     “Increased Runoff Through Reduced Infiltration in Saudi Arabia”,  Student - Faisal M. Said.  October 1979.  M.S. thesis completed. 

 

                            2-     “Dispersion of Chloroform in a Saturated Porous Media”, Student ‑ Mohamed Hubail Ajward.  January 1988.  M.S. thesis completed. 

 

                            3-     “The Use of Micro‑Tubes in the Design of Optimized Trickle Irrigation Networks”, Student ‑ Abdel‑Rehman M. Ibrahim.  1989.  M.S. thesis completed.

 

                            4-     “Estimation of Flood Quantiles in Southwestern Part of Saudi Arabia”, Student ‑ Nidal M.  Saada.  1989.  M.S. thesis completed.

 

                            5-     “Reliability Studies of Multi‑Reservoirs Systems Using Stochastic Techniques”, Student ‑ J. Euseflebbe.  1992.  M.S. thesis completed.

 

                            6-     “Evaluation of a Patented Desalination System for Saudi Arabia”, Student - Fahad Al-Khaldi.  M.S. thesis completed.

 

                            7-     “Laboratory Investigations of Groundwater Recharge Mechanisms”, Student - Amir Ali Khan.  M.S. thesis completed.

                                   

                            8-     “Modelling of Short Duration High Intensity Rainfall in Saudi Arabia”, Student - Hassan A. Al-Khalaf.  M.S. thesis report in progress.

 

                            9-     “Recharge of Aquifers Through Amended Soils”, Student - Abdurrauf Mahsood.  M.S. thesis completed.

 

 

                        Member, Thesis Committee

 

                            1-     “Hydrologic Studies on Mill Creek Watershed”, Student - Robert M. Ottwell, Michigan State University.  1976.  M.S. thesis completed. 

 

                            2-     “Winter Spray Irrigation of Treated Effluent”, Student - David M. Fritz, Michigan State University.  1976.  M.S. thesis completed. 

 

                            3-     “A Variational Finite Element Solution for the Navier‑Stoke Equations in Two Dimensions”, Student ‑ Abu Nasser Khondaker.  May 1985.  M.S. thesis completed. 

 

                            4-     “Digital Simulation of the Saq Aquifer in Al‑Qassim Region of Central Saudi Arabia”, Student ‑ Husam Taisir Taffaha.  August 1985.  M.S. thesis completed. 

 

                            5-     “Status of Hydrological Network in Southwestern Region of Saudi Arabia”, Student ‑ Mohammed A. Al‑Zahrani.  1989.  M.S. thesis completed. 

 

                            6-     “Performance of Slow Sand Filters in Treating Secondary Effluents Using Different Sizes of Local Sand”, Student ‑ A.K. Al‑Yousef.  1990.  M.S. thesis completed. 

 

                            7-     “Numerical Simulation of Groundwater in Umm Er Radhuma Aquifer at the SHADCO Project ‑ Eastern Province”, Student - Rajai S. Al‑Assar.  1991.  M.S. thesis completed. 

 

                            8-     “Hydrogeochemistry of Al‑Khobar Aquifer in Bahrain”, Student - Al‑Thawadi Jalal Shuraida.  1993.  M.S. thesis completed. 

 

                            9-     “Evaluation of Factors Affecting the Depletion of Ground Water Table in the Al-Hassa Region”, Student - Jamal K. Qubaiah.  M.S. thesis completed. 

 

                           10-    “Removal of Coliphage and Bacteria Through Slow Sand Filtration”, Student - Asad Khan.  M.S. thesis completed.

 

                           11-    “Effects of Oily Sludge Landfarming on the Soil Environment”, - Student - Khalaf J. Al-Anazi.  M.S. thesis completed.

 

                           12-    “Removal of Micro-organisms through Slow Sand Filtration in Chlorinated vs Non-chlorinated Secondary Effluents” - Student Syed A-Vakeel Imran.  M.S. thesis completed.

 

                           13-    “Microbial Evaluation of Al-Khobar Wastewater Treatment Plant”, Student Muhammad Saleem.  M.S. thesis completed.

 

                           14-    “Investigation of the Hydrocarbon Retention in the Unsaturated Porous Media”, Student Khalid Dar.  M.S. thesis completed.

 

 

                        Chairman/Member, Dissertation Committee

 

                            1-     “Collocation on Irregular Domain with Adaptive Hermite Element Family for Transport Problems”, Student ‑ Mohamed Ali Bhuiyan.  1989.  Ph.D Dissertation completed.  (Member) 

 

                            2-     “Oscillating Flow Over Oblate Spheroids”, Student - Rajai S. Al-Assar.  Ph.D Dissertation, in progress.  (Member)

                        External Examiner

                       

                            1-     “Recharge Characteristics of Groundwater Aquifers in Jeddah, Mecca, and Taif Areas”, Student ‑ Mohyeddin Ahmed Al‑Hassan Al‑Kabir, (KAU).  March 1985.  M.S. thesis completed. 

 

                            2-     “A Physically‑Based Runoff Prediction Model for Mountainous Watersheds”, Student ‑ Abdullah F. Al Wagdany, (KAU).  July 1988.  M.S. thesis completed. 

 

 

            3.3  Publications

 

                        a. Journals

 

                      * J1-      A.M. Ishaq, “Remote Sensing Techniques for Monitoring of Pollution in the Coastal Waters: Potential Application to Saudi Arabia”, Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering, AJSE, Vol. 10, No. 1, 1985, pp. 15-26.

 

                     * J2-       A.M. Ishaq, “A Stormwater Management Model for Small Urban Watersheds in Saudi Arabia”, Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering, AJSE, Vol. 11, No. 4, 1986, pp. 337-347.

 

                        J3-       Ishaq, Achi M., and Khararjian, Hraj A., “Stormwater Harvesting in the  Urban Watersheds of Arid Zones”, Water Resources Bulletin, Journal of the American Water Resources Association, Vol. 24, No. 6, 1988, pp. 1227-1235.

 

                         J4-      Bhuiyan, M.A., Allayla, R.I., Hussain, T., Ishaq, Achi M., and Mohsen, M.F.N., “Solution of the Transport Equation by Collocation Method in Conjunction with Adaptive Hermite Element Family”, Water Resources Research, Journal of the AGU, Vol. 26, No. 11, 1990, pp. 2661-2677.

                                     

                      * J5-      Ishaq, Achi M., “Surface and Subsurface Drainage of an Urban City in the Arid Zone”, ASCE Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, Vol. 118, No. 1, 1992, pp. 19-35.

 

                        J6-       Ishaq, Achi M., and Allam, M.N., “Application of Kinematic Wave Models to Wadies in Saudi Arabia”, Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering, AJSE, Vol. 18, No. 3, 1993, pp. 17-33.

 

 

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   * single author journal publications

 


 

                        J7-       Farooq, S., Al-Yousef, A.K., Allayla, R.I., and Ishaq, Achi M., “Tertiary Treatment of Sewerage Effluent Via Pilot Scale Slow Sand Filtration”, Environmental Technology, (15), 1994, pp. 15-28.

 

                        J8-       Ishaq, Achi M., Saada, N.M., Allayla, R.I., Sheikh, A.K. and Hussain, T., “Estimating Flood Quantiles in Southwestern Part of Saudi Arabia”, Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering, AJSE, Vol. 22, No. 18, 1997, pp. 129-140.

 

                        J9-       Ishaq, A.M. and Khan, A.A., “Recharge of Aquifers with Reclaimed Wastewater: A Case for Saudi Arabia”, AJSE, Vol. 22, No. 16, June 1997, pp. 133-141.

 

                        J10-     Ishaq, A.M. and Assar, R.S., “Characterizing Urban Storm Runoff Quality in Dhahran City in Saudi Arabia”, Water International, J. of the Intl. Water Res. Assn., Vol. 24, No. 1, March 1999, pp. 53-58.                                                                                                   

 

                        J11-      Ishaq, A.M. and Khan, A.A., “Modeling Infiltration for an Urban Runoff Model in Saudi Arabia”, Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering, AJSE, Vol. 24, No. 2B, Oct. 1999, pp. 203-216.                                                                                                                    

 

J12-     Al-Suwaiyan, M.S., Bashir, K., Aiban, S.A. and Ishaq, A.M., “Analytical Model to Quantify Crude Oil Spill Volume in Sandy Layered Aquifers”, Journal of Environmental Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 128, No. 4, April 2002, pp. 320-326.

 

                        J13-     Aiban, S.A., Ishaq, A.M. and Al-Suwaiyan, M.S., “Utilization of Local Material in the Construction of an Embankment for Recharging Groundwater Aquifer with Treated Wastewater Effluents”, Water Science and Technology, 1999.

 

                        J14-     Ishaq, A.M. and Mahsood, A.R., “Modeling the Pollutant Loads of the First Flush in Urban Runoff”, ASCE Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 1999 (Revised Manuscript Submitted).       

 

                        J15-     Ishaq, A.M. and Rasheedudin, M., “Investigating for a Suitable Aquifer to Recharge with Wastewater Effluents in Saudi Arabia”, Hydrogeology Journal, J. of the Intl. Assn. of Hydrologists, 2000 (Revised Manuscript Submitted).

           

                        J16-     Khan, A.A. and Ishaq, A.M., “Removal of Microbial Contaminants by Wastewater Recharge: A Laboratory Study”, Water Research, 1999 (Submitted).                                

                                                                                                                                                        

                        J17-     Khan, A.A. and Ishaq, A.M., “Removal of Contaminants by Wastewater Recharge: A Laboratory Study”, Journal of Water, Air and Soil Pollution, 1999 (Submitted).               

                                                                                                                                                        

                        J18-     Khan, A.A. and Ishaq, A.M., “A Laboratory Study of the Removal of Organic Matter by Wastewater Recharge”, Water Resources Research, 1999 (Submitted).        

                                                                                                                                                        

                        J19-     Khan, A.A. and Ishaq, A.M., “Anaerobic Conditions during Wastewater Recharge: A Laboratory Study”, ASCE Journal of Environmental Engg., 1999 (Submitted).                 

                                                                                                                                                        

                        J20-     Ishaq, A.M. and Mahsood, A.R., “Quality Improvement of Secondary Effluent in Amended Sand Column”, Water Research, 2000 (Under Preparation).

 

                        J21-     Ishaq, A.M. and Mahsood, A.R., “Infiltration and Headloss Analysis Through Clay Amended Sand Columns”, Environmental Technology, 2000 (Under Preparation).                 

                                                                                                                                                        

                        J22-     Bashir, K., Al-Suwaiyan, M.S. and Ishaq, A.M., “Estimating Hydrocarbon Spills in Homogeneous and Layered Sandy Soils”, Environmental Technology, 1999 (Under Preparation).          

                                                                                                                                                        

                        J23-     Ishaq, A.M. and Khan, A.A., “Saudi Arabian Urban Drainage Area Simulator (SAUDAS), a. Theory and Development”, AJSE, 1999 (Under Preparation).                       

 

                       J24-     Ishaq, A.M. and Tawabini, B., “Comparison of Water Harvesting Techniques in Arid Zones”, ASCE Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, 1999 (Under Preparation).       

                                                                                                                                                        

                        J25-     Ishaq, A.M. and Tawabini, B., “Using the SAUDAS to Design an Urban Drainage System in Saudi Arabia”, Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering, AJSE, 1999 (Under Preparation).

 

 

                        b. Conference Proceedings

 

                         CP1-   A.M. Ishaq and D.D. Huff, “Remote Sensing Techniques to Identify Hydrologically Active Source Areas”, Proceedings, Ninth International Symposium on Remote Sensing of the Environment, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 15-19th April, 1974.

 

                         CP2-   A.M. Ishaq and D.D. Huff, “Identification of Hydrologic Source Areas by Remote Sensing Methods and Hydrologic Runoff Simulations”, Proceedings, Spring Annual Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C., AGU Transactions, Vol. 56(6), June 1975.

 

                         CP3-   A.M. Ishaq and D.D. Huff, “Hydrologic Source Areas.  a. A Technique to Identifying”, Modeling Hydrologic Processes, Water Resources Publications, Proceedings of the Third International Hydrology Symposium, Fort Collins, Colorado, 27-29th July, 1977

 

                         CP4-   A.M. Ishaq and Huff, Dale, D., “Hydrologic Source Areas.  b. A Runoff Model”, Modeling Hydrologic Processes, Water Resources Publications, Proceedings of the Third International Hydrology Symposium, Fort Collins, Colorado, 27-29th July, 1977. 

 

                         CP5-   A.M. Ishaq, “Increased Runoff Through Reduced Infiltration in the Desert Watersheds of Saudi Arabia”, International Conference on Rainfall Runoff Modeling, Mississippi State University, Mississippi, May 1981.

                       

                         CP6-   A.M. Ishaq, “Application of Rainfall‑Runoff Model to the Urban Cities in Saudi Arabia”, Proceedings, Storm Water Management Model Conference, Niagara Falls, Canada, October 1981, pp. 271-282.

 

                         CP7-   A.M. Ishaq, “Application of Remote Sensing Techniques for the Identification and Monitoring of Pollutants in the Coastal Waters of Saudi Arabia”, Proceedings, International Conference on Coastal and Port Engineering in Developing Countries, Colombo, Sri Lanka, March 20‑26, 1983, pp. 1518-1530.

 

                         CP8-   A.M. Ishaq, “Water Harvesting in Saudi Arabia”, First Saudi Engineering Conference, Jeddah, May 1983.

 

                         CP9-   A.M. Ishaq, “Water Harvesting for Rural Areas in Saudi Arabia”, Proceedings, Fifth World Congress on Water Resources, Brussels, Belgium, June 1985.

 

                        CP10-  A.M. Ishaq, “A Stormwater Management Model for Saudi Arabia”,  Proceedings, Second Saudi Engineering Conference, Dhahran, November 1985.

 

                        CP11-  A.M. Ishaq, “Water Harvesting of Urban Storm Runoff in Saudi Arabia”,  Proceedings, Sixth World Congress on Water Resources, Ottawa, Canada, May‑June 1988.

 

                        CP12-  A.M. Ishaq, and H.A. Khararjian, “Stormwater Harvesting in the Urban Watersheds in Saudi Arabia”, Paper presented at the Fifth International Conference on Urban Storm Drainage, Osaka, Japan, July 1990, pp. 1539-1548.

 

                        CP13-  A.M. Ishaq, and M.N. Allam, “Application of Geomorphologic and Kinematic Wave Models to Wadies in Saudi Arabia”, Paper presented at the 27th Annual Conference of AWRA, New Orleans, Sept. 1991, p. 409.

 

                        CP14-  A.M. Ishaq, and Ajward, M.H., “Investigation of Chloroform Plumes in a Porous Media”, ASCE International Symposium on Engineering Hydrology, San Francisco, July 1993.

 

                        CP15-  A.M. Ishaq, Al-Suwaiyan, M.S., and Al-Sinan, A., “The Use of Aquifers in Saudi Arabia to Reclaim and Store Wastewaters”, Proceedings, ASCE Intl. Symposium on Artificial Recharge, Orlando, U.S.A., July 1994.

 

                        CP16-  A.M. Ishaq, and Esuf Lebbe, J.M., “Reliability Studies of Multi-reservoir Systems Using Stochastic Techniques”, Proceedings, 4th Islamic Countries Conference on Statistical Sciences, Vol. III, 1995.

 

                        CP17-  A.M. Ishaq, and Saada, N.M., “Estimation Flood Quantiles in the Southwestern Part of Saudi Arabia”, Proceedings, 50th Annual (Golden Jubilee) Conference of the Sri Lanka Association for the Advancement of Science, Colombo, Dec. 1994.

 

                        CP18-  A.M. Ishaq, and Ibrahim, M.A. “The Design of Trickle Irrigation Systems with Microtubes as Emitters”, 5th ASAE Intl. Microirrigation Congress, Florida, U.S.A., April 1995.

 

                        CP19-  R.S. Assar, Ishaq, A.M., Allayla, R.I. and Abderrahman, W., “Alternative Management Scenarios for Umm Er Radhuma Aquifer at SHADCO Agricultural Project”, Proceedings, 4th Saudi Engineering Conference, Jeddah, 1995, pp. 627-633.

 

                        CP20-  M.S. Al-Suwaiyan, and Ishaq, A.M., “Use of Treated Wastewater as an Intrusion Barrier”, Proceedings, First Intl. Specialty Conference on Environmental Issues in the Petroleum and Petrochemical Industries, AWMA, Bahrain, Dec. 1995, pp. 129-139.

 

                        CP21-  A.M. Ishaq, and J.M. Euseflebbe, “Using Stochastic Techniques to Maximise Power Generation in Multireservoir Systems”, Seventh IAHR Intl. Symposium on Stochastic Hydraulics, Mackay, Australia, July 1996, pp. 137-144.

 

                        CP22-  A.M. Ishaq, A.A. Khan, M.S. Al-Suwaiyan, S. Farooq and S.A. Aiban, “Contaminant Removals Using Wastewater Recharge”, Proceedings of the Symposium on Civil Engineering and The Environment, KFUPM, Dhahran, May 1997, pp. 227-239.                          

 

                         CP23-  A.M. Ishaq and A.A. Khan, “Suitability of Wastewater Effluents to Recharge Ground Water Aquifers in Saudi Arabia”, Proceedings of the 27th IAHR Congress, San Francisco, Aug. 1997, pp. 376-385.                                                                                                      

                                                                                                                                                        

                        CP24- A.M. Ishaq and M.S. Al-Suwaiyan, “Water Conservation Through Wastewater Recharge”, Proceedings of Symposium on Water Conservation, KFUPM-RI, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, May 1998.                                                                                                            

                                                                                                                                                        

                        CP25-  S.A. Aiban, A.M. Ishaq and Al-Suwaiyan, M.S., “Utilization of Local Material in the Construction of an Embankment for Recharging Groundwater Aquifer with Treated Wastewater Effluents”, Third Middle East Conference on Marine Pollution and Effective Management, Kuwait, Nov. 1998.  

                

                        CP26-  A.M. Ishaq, M.S. Al-Suwaiyan and A.A. Khan, “A Laboratory Study to Investigate the Use of Treated Effluents to Recharge Aquifers”, Proceedings, 5th Saudi Engineering Conference, Makkah, March 1999, pp. 273-286.

 

CP27- A.M. Ishaq and M.S. Al-Suwaiyan, “Groundwater Recharge by Wastewater Effluents”, Second Annual Workshop on Water Conservation in the Kingdom, Dhahran, 14-15 March, 1999.

 

                        CP28-  A.M. Ishaq and M.S. Al-Suwaiyan, “Reusing the Treated Effluents by Recharging Aquifers in Saudi Arabia”, Proceedings, 9th Stockholm Water Symposium, Stockholm, Sweden, 9-12 August 1999, pp. 48-52.                                                                                                                     

 

                        CP29-  A.M. Ishaq, “Reusing Secondary Effluents to Recharge Aquifers in Saudi Arabia”, Proceedings, AQUA 2000 Conference, Abu Dhabi, U.A.E., April 2000 (Invited).

 

                        CP30-  A.M. Ishaq, “Living with a Quarter Century of Student Evaluation”, Proceedings, Discussion Forum on Faculty Evaluation by Students, KFUPM, Dhahran, May 2000.

 

                        CP31-  A.M. Ishaq and A.R. Mahsood, “Using Secondary Effluents to Recharge Aquifers in Saudi Arabia Through Amended Sand”, Proceedings, ASCE 2000 Joint Water Resources Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, July 2000.

 

CP32-  A.M. Ishaq, “Reusing Urban Storm Water in Saudi Arabia”, Proceedings, Joint  Conference of EWRI and the Coasts Oceans Ports and Rivers Institute of ASCE (COPRI), “Wetlands Engineering and River Restoration”, Reno, Nevada, 2001.

 

                        CP33-  Khan, A., Ishaq, A. and Al-Suwaiyan, M., “Enhancing the Water Supply in Arid Zones with Treated Effluents: A Laboratory Study”, Proceedings of the International Conference on Water Resources Management in Arid Regions (WaRMAR), M.M. Sherif, V.P. Singh and M. Al-Rashed (eds.), Kuwait, March 23-27, 2002, pp. 145-158.

 

CP34-  Ishaq, A.M., Al-Suwaiyan, M.S. and Khan, A.A., “Assessing the Anaerobic Condition during Wastewater Recharge: A Laboratory Study”, Proceedings of the International Conference on Water Resources Management in Arid Regions (WaRMAR), M.M. Sherif, V.P. Singh and M. Al-Rashed (eds.), Kuwait, March 23-27, 2002, pp. 221-231.

 

CP35-  A.M. Ishaq, “Assessing the Quality Changes During Artificial Recharge of Wastewater Effluents in Saudi Arabia”, 4th International Symposium on Artificial Recharge of Groundwater, ISAR-4, Adelaide, Australia.

 

CP36-  A.M. Ishaq and M.S. Al-Suwaiyan, “Reuse of Wastewater Effluents in Saudi Arabia”, Proceedings, Joint 2002 CSCE/EWRI of ASCE Environmental Engineering Conference: “An International Perspective on Environmental Engineering, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.

 

                        CP37-  A.M. Ishaq and M.S. Al-Suwaiyan, “Remediation of Urban Groundwater Through Wastewater Recharge: A Case Study”, Proceedings, WSTA Sixth Gulf WATER Conference, Riyadh, March 2003.

 

                        CP38-  M.S. Al-Suwaiyan, A.M. Ishaq, M.H. Essa and M. Saleem, “Effluent Quality Enhancement Through Tertiary Treatment”, Proceedings, WSTA Sixth Gulf WATER Conference, Riyadh, March 2003.

 

 

                        c. Technical Reports

 

                        TR1-    A.M. Ishaq, “A Stormwater Management Model for Saudi Arabia”,  Report No. 2, submitted to Saudi Arabian National Center for Science and Technology, AR‑01‑55, July 1981.

 

                        TR2-    A.M. Ishaq, “A Stormwater Management Model for Saudi Arabia”,  Report No. 3, submitted to Saudi Arabian National Center for Science and Technology, AR‑01‑55, July 1982.

 

                        TR3-    A.M. Ishaq, “A Stormwater Management Model for Saudi Arabia”, Report No. 4, submitted to Saudi Arabian National Center for Science and Technology, AR‑01‑55, December 1982.

  

                        TR4-    A.M. Ishaq, “A Stormwater Management Model for Saudi Arabia”, Interim Final Report, submitted to Saudi Arabian National Center for Science and Technology, AR‑01‑55, 1983.

 

                        TR5-    A.M. Ishaq, “Hydrology and Hydrogeology of Watersheds in the Makkah Al‑Mukarramah Area”, Final Report*, submitted to the Deputy Ministry of Mineral Resources, Jeddah, December 1984.

 

                        TR6-    A.M. Ishaq, and H. Khararjian, “Water Harvesting of Urban Storm Runoff in Saudi Arabia”, Progress Report No. 1, submitted to Saudi Arabian National Center for Science and Technology, AR‑05‑116, 1984.

 

                        TR7-    A.M. Ishaq, “A Stormwater Management Model for Saudi Arabia”, Final Report*, submitted to Saudi Arabian National Center for Science and Technology, AR‑01‑55, 1985.

 

                        TR8-    A.M. Ishaq, and H. Khararjian, “Water Harvesting of Urban Storm Runoff in Saudi Arabia”, Progress Report No. 2, submitted to Saudi Arabian National Center for Science and Technology, AR‑05‑116, January 1985.

 

                        TR9-    A.M. Ishaq, and H. Khararjian, “Water Harvesting of Urban Storm Runoff in Saudi Arabia”, Progress Report No. 3, submitted to Saudi Arabian National Center for Science and Technology, AR‑05‑116, July 1985.

 

                        TR10-  A.M. Ishaq, and H. Khararjian, “Water Harvesting of Urban Storm Runoff in Saudi Arabia”, Progress Report No. 4, submitted to Saudi Arabian National Center for Science and Technology, AR‑05‑116, January 1986.

 

                        TR11-  M.N. Allam, and A.M. Ishaq, “Geomorphologic Rainfall‑Runoff Models  for Infiltrating  Watersheds”, Progress Report No. 1, submitted to King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology, AR‑07‑85, July 1986.

 

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                        TR12-  A.M. Ishaq, and H. Khararjian, “Water Harvesting of Urban Storm Runoff in Saudi Arabia”,  Progress Report No. 5, submitted to Saudi Arabian National Center for Science and Technology, AR‑05‑116, August 1986.

 

                        TR13-  M.N. Allam, and A.M. Ishaq, “Geomorphologic Rainfall‑Runoff Models for Infiltrating Watersheds”, Progress Report No. 2, submitted to King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology, AR‑07‑85, January 1987.

 

                        TR14-  A.M. Ishaq, and H. Khararjian, “Water Harvesting of Urban Storm Runoff in Saudi Arabia”, Progress Report No. 6, submitted to Saudi Arabian National Center for Science and Technology, AR‑05‑116, April 1987.

 

                        TR15-  M.N. Allam, and A.M. Ishaq, “Geomorphologic Rainfall‑Runoff Models for Infiltrating Watersheds”, Progress Report No. 3, submitted to King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology, AR‑07‑85, April 1987.

 

                        TR16-  A.M. Ishaq, and H. Khararjian, “Water Harvesting of Urban Storm Runoff in Saudi Arabia”, Final Report*, submitted to Saudi Arabian National Center for Science and Technology, AR‑05‑116, September 1987.

 

                        TR17-  M.N. Allam, and A.M. Ishaq, “Geomorphologic Rainfall‑Runoff Models for Infiltrating Watersheds”, Progress Report No. 4, submitted to King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology, AR‑07‑85, April 1988.

 

                        TR18-  M.N. Allam, and A.M. Ishaq, “Geomorphologic Rainfall‑Runoff Models  for Infiltrating Watersheds”, Final Report*, submitted to King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology, AR‑07‑85, June 1989.

 

                        TR19-  A.M. Ishaq, “Monitoring of Dry Weather Flow in ArRiyadh”, Progress Report No. 1, submitted to the ArRiyadh Development Authority (ADA), 1989.

 

                        TR20-  A.M. Ishaq, “Monitoring of Dry Weather Flow in ArRiyadh”, Final Report*, submitted to the ArRiyadh Development Authority (ADA), 1990.

           

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                        TR21-  R.I. Allayla, Hussain, T., and Ishaq, A.M., “Natural Perils Exposure of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia”, Final Report*, submitted to NCCI, Riyadh, June 1994.

 

                        TR22-  A.M. Ishaq, M.S. Al-Suwaiyan, R.I. Allayla and S. Farooq, “Recharging of Groundwater Aquifers in Saudi Arabia with Wastewater Effluents”, Progress Report No. 1, KACST AR-15-68, May 1996.

 

                        TR23-  A.M. Ishaq, M.S. Al-Suwaiyan, R.I. Allayla and S. Farooq, “Recharging of Groundwater Aquifers in Saudi Arabia with Wastewater Effluents”, Progress Report No. 2, KACST AR-15-68, Nov. 1996.

 

                        TR24-  A.M. Ishaq, M.S. Al-Suwaiyan, R.I. Allayla and S. Farooq, “Recharging of Groundwater Aquifers in Saudi Arabia with Wastewater Effluents”, Progress Report No. 3, KACST AR-15-68, May 1997.

 

                        TR25-  A.M. Ishaq, M.S. Al-Suwaiyan, R.I. Allayla and S. Farooq, “Recharging of Groundwater Aquifers in Saudi Arabia with Wastewater Effluents”, Progress Report No. 4, KACST AR-15-68, Nov. 1997.

 

                        TR26-  A.M. Ishaq, M.S. Al-Suwaiyan, R.I. Allayla and S. Farooq, “Recharging of Groundwater Aquifers in Saudi Arabia with Wastewater Effluents”, Progress Report No. 5, KACST AR-15-68, June 1998.

 

                        TR27-  A.M. Ishaq and M.A. Al-Zahrani, “Recharging of Aquifers in Saudi Arabia Through Amended Soils”, Progress Report No. 1, KACST LGP-02-57, Sept. 1999.

 

                        TR28-  A.M. Ishaq and M.A. Al-Zahrani, “Recharging of Aquifers in Saudi Arabia Through Amended Soils”, Final Report, KACST LGP-02-57, May 2000.

 

TR29-  A.M. Ishaq, M.S. Al-Suwaiyan, R.I. Allayla and A.A. Bukhari, “Recharging of Groundwater Aquifers in Saudi Arabia with Wastewater Effluents”, Final Report*, KACST AR-15-68, Nov. 2001.

           

 

 

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                        d. Books

 

                           B1-   M.N. Allam, A.N. Sorman, A.M. Ishaq and A.M. Khan, “Geomorphologic Rainfall Runoff Models for Infiltrating Watersheds”, GDRGP, KACST, Riyadh, 1990.

 

                           B2-   A.M. Ishaq and H. Khararjian, “Water Harvesting of Urban Storm Runoff in Saudi Arabia”, GDRGP, KACST, Riyadh, 1995.

 

   B3-   A.M. Ishaq, M.S. Al-Suwaiyan, R.I. Allayla and A.A. Bukhari, “Recharging of Groundwater Aquifers in Saudi Arabia with Wastewater Effluents”, GDRGP, KACST, Riyadh, 2003.

 

 

                        e. Invited Seminars presented outside KFUPM

 

                            1.     “Hydrogeology and Hydrologic Simulations of Watersheds in the Makka Al-Mukarramah Area”, seminar presented to the Deputy Ministry of Mineral Resources in Jeddah on December 1, 1984.

 

                            2.     “Modelling Infiltration in Urban Watershed Models”, seminar presented at the Ministry of Agriculture and Water in Riyadh, 1986.

 

                            3.     “Reusing Secondary Effluents to Recharge Aquifers in Saudi Arabia”, paper presented at AQUA 2000 Conference, Abu Dhabi, U.A.E., April 2000.

 

 

                        f. Civil Engineering Seminars presented

 

                            1.     “Remote Sensing Applications in Water Resources - State of the Art and Potential Uses in Saudi Arabia”, 1978.

 

                            2.     “Increased Runoff Through Reduced Infiltration in Saudi Arabia”, 1979.

 

                            3.     “Urban Storm-Water Drainage in Saudi Arabia”, a seminar jointly sponsored by Department of Civil Engineering and SANCST presented on June 3, 1980.

 

                            4.     “Water Harvesting in Saudi Arabia”, 1984.

 

                            5.     “A Stormwater Management Model for Saudi Arabia”, 1986.

 

                            6.     “Runoff Simulations of Treated Watersheds in Saudi Arabia”, 1987.

 

                       

                            7.     “Application of Rainfall-Runoff Models to the Cities in Saudi Arabia”, 1988.

 

                            8.     “Remote Sensing Applications in Water Resources”, 1990.

 

                            9.     “Application of Stochastic Techniques in Civil Engineering”, 1992.

 

10.        “Water Resources of Saudi Arabia - Past, Present and Future” - A ASCE-SAS seminar presented in December 1995.

 

11.        “Water Conservation in Saudi Arabia”, March 1996.

 

12.        “Recharging of Aquifers in Saudi Arabia with Wastewater”, December 1998.