Dabbagh, M.E. and Rogers, J.J.W., (1983): "Depositional Environments and Tectonic Significance of the Wajid Sandstone of Southern Saudi Arabia" Journal of African Earth Sciences (and the Middle East) Vol. 1, pp. 47-57.
Rogers, J.J.W. Dabbagh, M.E, Olszewski, Jr., Gaudette, J.E., Greenberg, J.K. and Brown, B.A., (1984): "Early Poststabilization, Sedimentation and Later Growth of Shields" Geology, vol. 12, pp. 607-609.
Dabbagh, M.E, (1989): "Regional Dolomitization of Tertiary Carbonate Rocks of the Red Sea Coast in Northwestern Saudi Arabia" First Saudi Symposium on Earth Sciences, Jeddah, K.A.A.U., 28-30 Jan. 1989.
Dabbagh, M.E, (1989): "Stages and Substages of Tertiary Evolution of the Red Sea Rift System" First Saudi Symposium on Earth Sciences, Jeddah, K.A.A.U., 28 -30 Jan. 1989.
Rogers, J.J.W., Dabbagh, M.E, Whiting, B.M. and Widman S.A., (1989): "Subsidence and Origin of the Northern Red Sea and Gulf of Suez" Journal of African Earth Sciences and the Middle East, vol. 8, No. 2,3,4, pp. 617-629.
Suayah, I.B.; Rogers, J.J.W.; and Dabbagh, M.E., (1991): "High-Ti Continental Tholeiites from the Aznam Trough, Northwestern Saudi Arabia: evidence of “Abortive” Rifting in the “Embryonic” Stage of Red Sea Opening" Tectonophysics 191. pp. 75-87.
Dabbagh, M.E., (1992): "Cenozoic Stratigraphy of Western Saudi Arabia" First Meeting of the Saudi Society for Earth Sciences, October 27-29, Riyadh, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Al-Bassam A. M., Dabbagh, M.E., and Hussein M.T., (2000): "Application of a Revised Hydrostratigraphic Classification and Nomenclature to the Mesozoic and Cenozoic Succession of Saudi Arabia" Journal of African Earth Sciences vol.30,no. 4,pp. 917-927.
Dabbagh M.E., (2002): "Shape: A Method for Processing Grain Shape Data" Annals of the Geol. Survey of Egypt, vol.24, pp.287-295.
Dabbagh M.E., (2006): "Diagenesis of Jurassic Tuwaiq Mountain Limestone, Central Saudi Arabia" Journal of King Saud Univ., Vol. 19 Science No. 1, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, pp. 31-58 .
Dabbagh M.E., (2006): "Effect of Tectonic Prominence and Growth of the Arabian Shield on Paleozoic Sandstone Successions in Saudi Arabia" (sent for publication).
Books in Preparation:
1. Corals and Coral Reefs.
2. Foundations of Structural Geology (for 381 Geo).