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Geology of the Arabian Peninsula western shield area
Glen F. Brown
|Statement||by G.F. Brown, D.L. Schmidt, and A.C. Huffman, Jr. ; in cooperation with the Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, Deputy Ministry for Mineral Resources, Jiddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia|
|Series||Open-file report -- 84-203, U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 84-203|
|Contributions||Schmidt, Dwight Lyman, 1926-, Huffman, A. C, Saudi Arabia. Deputy Ministry for Mineral Resources, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
Arabian Peninsula is the largest peninsula in the world, at 3,, km 2 (1,, sq mi). Arabia consists of seven countries: Kuwait, Bahrain, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Yemen. The peninsula formed as a result of the rifting of the Red Sea between 56 and 23 million years ago, and is bordered by the Red Sea to the west and southwest, the Persian Gulf to the. 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 or early Miocene.
The Khida Terrane — Geology of Paleoproterozoic Rocks in the Muhayil Area, Eastern Arabian Shield, Saudi Arabia Article in Gondwana Research 4(2) April with Reads. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Catalog start Subject "Geology Saudi Arabia" Remove constraint Subject: "Geology Saudi Arabia" Geology of the Arabian Peninsula western shield area [microform]  Brown, Glen F. (Glen Francis), ;.
The terranes in Yemen may be correlated with comparable terranes on the eastern margin of the Arabian Shield and in northern Somalia. Thus Yemen provides a link between the arc collage of the Arabian Shield and the gneissic Mozambique belt of East Africa. The book is representing a pioneer work in the field of Economic Geology/Ore Geology of Kurdistan, Northeast Iraq. The studied area was politically unstable until , hence the geological work was limited and not in detail. As Mawat Ophiolite Complex is a part of this area, therefore studies related to this important complex was very limited.
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Western Arabia lies within the low-latitude desert of north Africa and the Middle East, the core being the Arabian segment of the African Shield. The core of complex basement rocks accounts for aboutkm 2, or one-third of the Arabian Peninsula.
Reconnaissance mapping of these crystalline rocks, together with bordering sedimentary rocks and volcanic flows, begun inresulted during the next. Geology of the Arabian Peninsula Shield Area of Western Saudi Arabia; Us Geological Survey Professional Paper a Paperback – January 1, Manufacturer: Department of the Interior.
Geology of the Arabian Peninsula, Shield area of Western Saudi Arabia | GLEN F. BROWN, DWIGHT L. SCHMIDT,and A.
CURTIS HUFFMAN, JR | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. Get this from a library. Geology of the Arabian Peninsula western shield area. [Glen F Brown; Dwight Lyman Schmidt; A C Huffman; Saudi Arabia. Deputy Ministry. Some of the post-tectonic granites (ca.
Ma) which intrude diorites and metamorphic rocks of the Precambrian Hulayfah Group in the western part of the Arabian Shield are peralkaline; and Hadb-Aldyaheen riebeckite granite and granite porphyry ring complex and the Jabal Sayid riebeckite granite are typical examples.
The book is made by a set of papers authored by geoscientists working in both academia and industry. Numerous chapters describe some regional important geologic features and selected sedimentary basins from the Middle East, North Africa and the Arabian Peninsula domains.
Other chapters focus on georesources. FOREWORD This volume, "The Geology of the Arabian Peninsula," is a logical consequence of the geographic and geologic mapping project of the Arabian Peninsula, a cooperative venture between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Government of the United States.
Introduction This book is the result of the work of the first international congress of the ArabGU (Arabian Geosciences Union) which took place in Algiers (Algeria) in February It presents research articles and review papers on geology of the North Africa and Arabian Middle East.
This volume, "The Geology of the Arabian Peninsula," is a logical consequence of the geographic and geologic mapping project of the Arabian Peninsula, a cooperative venture between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Government of the United States.
The sequence is resting on the flanks of the Arabian Shield. The Arabian Shield is a tectonically stable region. The base of the sequence is made of igneous and metamorphic rocks. The sedimentary succession consists of carbonates, sulphates, shales, marls and sandstones. The consolidation of the Arabian Shield is an ancient polygonal mass of continental crust occupying somekm 2, about one third of the Arabian Peninsula.
It lies on the western side of the peninsula flanking the Red Sea with a relatively flat, slightly undulating surface that can be traced north, northwest, and west. The Arabian-Nubian Shield (ANS) is an exposure of Precambrian crystalline rocks on the flanks of the Red Sea. The crystalline rocks are mostly Neoproterozoic in age.
Geographically - and from north to south - the ANS includes parts of Israel, Palestine, Jordan, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Yemen, and Somalia. Part of the Water Science and Technology Library book series (WSTL, volume 59) Keywords Mountain Range Saudi Arabia Gaza Strip Western Desert Arabian Shield These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.
Shahin M. () Physiography and Geology of the Arab Region. In: Water Resources and Hydrometeorology of the Arab Region. The Western part of Arabian Peninsula, where Wadi Aurnah is located, encompasses a steep sloping terrain (the so-called Hijaz Escarpment), notably along the mountain chains of the Arabian Shield.
This Shield comprises a mega-structure that spread into the middle part of the Peninsula. Therefore, the area. Geology of the Arabian Peninsula, Shield area of Western Saudi Arabia (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Glen F Brown; Dwight Lyman Schmidt; A C Huffman; Saudi Arabia.
Deputy Minister for Mineral Resources.; Geological Survey (U.S.). Published Geology. The study area is a part of the Arabian Shield rocks of west central part of Saudi Arabia ( km to the northeast of Jeddah). Geologically, the study area comprises five main geologic units i.e.
1) Layered basic volcanics and related volcaniclastics which are composed mainly from intercalated basalts and andesites and the related volcaniclastic derivatives, 2) Acidic volcanics. This book is the result of the work of the first international congress of the ArabGU (Arabian Geosciences Union) which took place in Algiers (Algeria) in February It presents research articles and review papers on geology of the North Africa and Arabian Middle East.
Subproject — Compilation and updating of the Arabian shield digital map. It has been Index map of the Arabian Peninsula Plate 1A Proterozoic geology of western Saudi Arabia, scale(Northern Sheet).
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 the peninsular map.
The Shield serves as an excellent example of a large young crust that had evolved within million years from an 8-km long oceanic crust to about km long continental crust. As such, the Arabian Shield is a unique natural laboratory for the study of the rich geologic history of the Earth during the Neoproterozoic Era.
Geology. The Arabian Desert consists of two major regions. The first, the ancient Arabian platform (a segment of the African Shield), is in the is composed mainly of Precambrian gneiss (dated to between billion and roughly million years ago) and was assembled roughly to million years ago.
The second region, in the east, comprises sedimentary rock layers deposited over.About this book. The Geology of the Arab World – An Overview is the result of the work of the first international congress of the ArabGU (Arabian Geosciences Union) which took place in Algiers (Algeria) in February It presents research articles and review papers on geology of the North Africa and Arabian Middle East.Arabia is the south-western peninsula of Asia, the largest peninsula on the map.
Its area of 1, square miles holds an estimated population of only fourteen millions.