2 edition of Bibliography of the geology of the Arabian Gulf and adjacent areas found in the catalog.
Bibliography of the geology of the Arabian Gulf and adjacent areas
Farooq A. Sharief
by Scientific Publishing Centre, King Abdulaziz University in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Written in English
|Statement||Farooq A. Sharief and Hassan Naji.|
|LC Classifications||Z6034.A66 S52 1989, QE291.A1 S52 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 223 p. :|
|Number of Pages||223|
|LC Control Number||89965884|
The Qatar–South Fars Arch is a major regional anticline that runs through the central Persian Gulf (), warping the sedimentary cover of the Arabian structure is detectable from offshore seismic data in the Iranian sector of the Persian Gulf, where it has a northeast–southwest direction, and extends southwards into the Qatar by: Preliminary ecological assessment of the coral communities of the north-east Gulf of Aden, with reference to the bleaching event, in: Proceedings of the International Workshop on the Extent and Impact of Coral Reef Bleaching in the Arabian Region., ed. Abuzinada, A. ( National Commission for Wildlife Conservation and Development.
Geologic evolution of the Dukhan salt tlats in Western Qatar Peninsula, Arabian Gulf the area of Dukhan sabkha and the encountered salts(Fig 2). Several field transects have been done across these salt flats at different seasons during the period between and and Results 1. Remotely-Sensed Data Interpretation. Keywords: Persian Gulf, Arabian shamal Introduction In a discussion of the meteorology of the Gulf region, the northern Gulf, the southern Gulf, and the Gulf of Oman need to be considered as distinct regions because they differ in their areal extent, surrounding topography, and synoptic scale forcing (Fig. 1).File Size: 79KB.
Sedimentary and structural evolgution of the northwest Arabian Sea margin. - Tectonophysics, Benischke, R., Fuchs, G. & Weissensteiner, V. (): Karst phenomena of the Arabian Shelf Platform and their Influence . Bibliography. This section contains all the papers and books referred to in the text of the web site on Freshwater Fishes of Iraq but also attempts to be a bibliography on the freshwater fishes of Iraq and their environment. As such it includes items which mention fish and the environment in a general sense, in passing, or on topics not relevant here, and these articles may not be cited .
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Bibliography of the geology of the Arabian Gulf and adjacent areas. Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Scientific Pub. Centre, King Abdulaziz University, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Farooq A Sharief; Hassan Naji.
of the Arabian Peninsula for their participation in the preparation of a monograph on the geology of the Arabian Peninsula. Each author prepared a description of the geology of the area for which he was responsible, as shown in the sources of geologic compilation diagram on Cited by: The approaches and management policies set out in this book may be of great value in these regions.
It is an easily digestible and highly informative text on the specific situation regarding the geography, the geology, the hydrogeology and the cultural approaches to the hydrogeology in the Arabian Gulf : This book provides comprehensive information about the water resources of the Arabian Gulf region, an area that is symbolic as an arid to extremely arid belt.
Filling an information gap it provides in-depth analyses of both natural and human-related constraints on water resources, and presents a new vision on efficient management of available Cited by: Persian Gulf Basin and the Middle East.
A collection of these countries is commonly referred to as the Middle East which is the oil-rich location in the south western side of the Asia continent. A review of the world's energy with different estimates indicates that the Middle East holds 55% to 68% of the world's oil deposits and more than 40% of the world's recoverable natural gas Country: Iran, Kuwait, United Arab Emirates.
Arabian Gulf and the Gulf of Mexico: Marine Geology, v.p. Kendall, C.G. C.,An environmental re-interpretation of the Permian evaporite / carbonate shelf sediments of the Guadalupe Mountains. Qatar is a peninsula in the east of Arabia, bordering the Persian Gulf and Saudi Arabia, in a strategic location near major petroleum deposits.
Qatar occup km 2 (4, sq mi) on a peninsula that extends approximately to km (99 mi) north into the Persian Gulf from the Arabian Peninsula. Varying in width between 55 and 90 km (34 and 56 mi), the land is mainly Area: Ranked th. The adjacent figure (click on image) shows how periods of extensive platform carbonate accumulation were interrupted by episodes of rapid relative sea level rise during which the platform margin retreated large distances onto the adjacent platform to form a new margin.
Following this, a new margin aggraded and prograded towards the earlier platform margin. Calcareous dunes of the United Arab Emirates and Noah’s Flood: the postglacial reflooding of the Persian (Arabian) Gulf: Quaternary International,– Uchupi, E., S.A.
Swift & D.A. Ross. Late Quaternary stratigraphy, palaeoclimate and neotectonism of the Persian (Arabian) Gulf region. Marine Geology,1– This data set is a modified compilation of two source maps; thescale U.S. Geological Survey-Arabian American Oil Company,Geologic Map of the Arabian Peninsula, and UNESCO- AGSU,scale Geologic Map of.
The Arabian Peninsula is set off from Africa by the Red Sea from Iran by the Arabian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman and is bounded on the south by the Arabian Sea and the Gulf of Aden.
The Arabian Peninsula can be divided into three main divisions: shield, shelf and mountains. Arabian Shield: The Arabian Shield lies to the west of the Peninsula.
Bedrock geology of the Arabian Peninsula and selected adjacent areas (geo2bg) Metadata Updated: March 7, The data set for this coverage includes arcs, polygons, and polygon labels that outline and describe the general geologic age and type of bedrock of the Arabian Peninsula and selected adjacent h Year: Persian Gulf Basin is the richest region of the World, holding 57% ( billion barrels) of the world`s crude oil reserves and sizeable reserves ( TCf) of Author: Ahmad Reza Rabbani.
During the Mesozoic most of the Arabian Peninsula, Persian Gulf, south‐western Iran, and eastern Iraq constituted the Arabian platform.
Deformation of the Musandam Peninsula in the Late Cretaceous and mid‐Tertiary by compression (subduction) from the east and southwest, collision of the Arabian platform and Eurasian plate along the Zagros Crush zone during the Oligocene Cited by: petroleum systems of the eastern Arabian Peninsula 2–7.
Maps showing: 2. USGS geologic provinces of central Saudi Arabia and northern Arabian-Persian Gulf, and details of oil and gas fields and reservoirs 3.
Arabian Plate showing general tectonic and structural features, salt basins, and oil and gas fields 4. Excessive evaporation and partial isolation from the adjacent Indian Ocean provoke abnormal sa1inities throughout most of the basin, which attain a maximum of ca /00 in remote Arabian e the prevailing "shama1" wind blows down the axis of the gulf from the NW, most coastal environments are swept by waves and surface currents.
Figure 4: Jurassic sequence stratigraphic framework of the western and southern Arabian Gulf. The chart is based on Le Nindre et al. () and V aslet et al. () for Saudi Arabia. HYDROGEOLOGY OF AN ARID REGION: THE ARABIAN GULF AND ADJOINING AREAS A.S.
ALSHARHAN Faculty of Science, United Arab Emirates University Al-Ain, United Arab Emirates Z.A. RIZK Previous Address: Faculty of Science, United Arab Emirates University Al-Ain, United Arab Emirates Present Address: Department of Geology, Menoufia University Egypt A.E.M Cited by: The archaeological remains in the Gulf area are astounding, and still relatively unexplored.
Michael Rice has produced the first up-to-date book, which encompasses all the recent work in the area. He shows that the Gulf has been a major channel of commerce for millenia, and that its ancient culture was rich and complex, to be counted with its great.
Gulf of Mexico and the Hudson Bay, the Persian Gulf is the third biggest gulf in the world. This gulf connects the Hormoz Strait and Oman Sea to the Arabian Sea in the east. It also ends in the Arvand Rood Delta that is the result of merging of the Tigris, Euphrates and Karoon Rivers.
Since plenty of relatively comprehensive environment and organicFile Size: KB. This basic geologic data set, combined with numerous others, such as tectonic and burial histories, distribution of known oil and gas fields, distribution and quality of reservoir rocks, organic geochemistry, etc., ultimately define the basis for the assessment of undiscovered oil and gas in the Arabian Peninsula.
The Persian Gulf Basin is the richest region of the World in terms of hydrocarbon resources. According to different estimates, the basin contains 55–68% of recoverable oil reserves and more than 40% of gas reserves. The basin is located at the junction of the Arabian Shield and Iranian continental block that belong to two different (Arabian and Eurasian) Cited by: The Arabian Gulf is a marginal and semi-enclosed sea situated in the subtropical region of the Middle East between latitudes 24 o and 30 o N and longitudes 48 o and 57 o E (Figure 1).The Arabian Gulf constitutes part of the Arabian Sea Ecoregion, and represents a realm of the tropical Indo-Pacific Ocean (Spalding et al., ).It is a shallow sedimentary basin with an average Cited by: