List of publications (on ResearchGate)
Wondzell S., Diabat M., Haggerty R. (2018). What Matters Most: Are Future Stream Temperatures More Sensitive to Changing Air Temperatures, Discharge, or Riparian Vegetation?. JAWRA
Faux, Russ & Diabat, Mousa (2016). Thermal Imaging Heats Up the Geospatial World. Heights 2016 Special Edition P. 28.
Diabat, Mousa (2014). The Influence of Climate Change and Restoration on Stream Temperature. Doctorate Dissertation. Oregon State University.
Diabat, M., Haggerty, RD., and Wondzell, SM. (2012). Diurnal Timing of Air Warming Under Climate Change Affect Timing, Magnitude, and Duration of Stream Temperature Changes. Hydrological Processes.
Diabat, Mousa (2009). Overdrafted Aquifers, Limited Wastewater Reuse Are Critical Issues. Arizona Water Resources, Fall 2009. Conference paper "The Arizona-Israeli-Palestinian Water Management and Policy Workshop". Tuscon, Arizona. P.10.
Diabat, Mousa (2008). Watershed modeling as an assessment of pollutant transport from point and non-point sources to Wadi Alexander. Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Sde Boker
Tal, A., et al. (2010). Chemical and biological monitoring in ephemeral and intermittent streams: a study of two transboundary Palestinian–Israeli watersheds. International Journal or River Basin Management Vol. 8, No. 2, pp. 185–205.
Tal, A., et al. (2010). Israeli-Palestinian transboundary stream restoration and management: lessons for the future. International Journal or River Basin Management Vol. 8, No. 2, pp. 207–213.
Hassan, M. A., McIntyre, G., Klinkenberg, B., Tamimi, A.-Al., Paisely, R. K., Diabat, M. and Shahin, K. (2010). Palestinian water I: resources, allocation and perception. Geography Compass, 4(2).
Hassan, M. A., Shahin, K., Klinkenberg, B., McIntyre, G., Diabat, M., Tamimi, A.-Al., Nativ, R. (2010). Palestinian water II: climate change and land use. Geography Compass, 4(2).
Tal, A., et al. (2008). Watershed Modeling: Biomonitoring and Economic Analysis to Determine Optimal Restoration Strategies for Transboundary Streams Covering the Period from September 2004 to December 2007. Report MERC project -M23-019, U.S Agency for International Development.