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Developing the papers presented at the workshops into journal articles
(05-07-2019, 01:34 PM)Dear Prof. CheimaThanks for your replay.  If you have a workshop manuscript that you would like to develop to a journal paper, I will be happy to contribute and share authorship.  From my side, I am already working on developing a paper journal from what was presented in one of the workshops.  The title is A policy perspective towards facing challenges to the water sector in the MENA regionOther colleagues are welcome to join on this basis.SincerelyAbbas Al-Omari Wrote:
(02-20-2019, 11:20 AM) Wrote: Dear SWINDON/EXCEED colleagues

Many papers have been presented in the workshops held within the second stage of the EXCEED project.  I think that many of these papers can be developed 
to journal papers.  I would like to suggest that partners of similar interest can work gather in groups to develop and publish several papers collectively.   Each member should lead in one paper and contribute to the other papers by reviewing and giving comments for example.  

I am currently working on developing a full paper from the paper I presented in Tunis titled 


At a later stage I will be working to develop a full paper from the abstract I presented in the Nairoubi conference, titled

Climate change impact on water resources in Amman Zarqa basin: Adaptation scenarios

I am interested to team up with colleagues in topic like

Basin modeling
Water and wastewater treatment 
Water quality modeling

As I mentioned before, the ultimate purpose is that each group produce several journal papers from those presented at the workshops.

If anyone is interested, please let me know.

Abbas Al-Omari

Dear Prof. Abbas,

Thanks for this good initiative.

As I mentionned in my @mail : I could contribute to the topic : water and wastewater treatment.

Best regards


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