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Paleomagnetic study of the As Sarat volcanic field, southwestern Saudi Arabia
Karl S. Kellogg
|Statement||by Karl S. Kellogg and Richard L. Reynolds.|
|Series||Open-file report -- 81-675., Saudi Arabian Mission technical report / U.S. Geological Survey -- 81., Interagency report -- 360., Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 81-675., Technical record (Geological Survey (U.S.). Saudi Arabian Project) -- 14., Interagency report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 360.|
|Contributions||Reynolds, Richard L., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
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Get this from a library. Paleomagnetic study of the As Sarat volcanic field, southwestern Saudi Arabia. [Karl S Kellogg; Richard L Reynolds; Geological Survey (U.S.)].
Age and Petrology of the Tertiary As Sarat Volcanic Field, Southwestern Saudi Arabia By Edward A. duBray1, Douglas B. Stoeser1, and Edwin H. McKee1 Open-File Report Report prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Deputy Ministry for Mineral Resources, Saudi Arabia This report is preliminary and has not been reviewed forAuthor: E.A.
Du Bray, D.B. Stoeser, E.H. McKee. Harrat As Sarat forms the second smallest and southernmost of the basalt fields of western Saudi Arabia and is part of a voluminous Red Sea rift-related continental alkali basalt province. The rocks of the As Sarat were emplaced during the first stage of Red Sea rifting and represent the northernmost extension of the Tertiary Trap Series volcanics that occur mainly in the Yemen Arab Republic.
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Abstract. To better constrain the tectonic history of the Arabian craton in the Tertiary, we carried out a combined paleomagnetic and 40 Ar/ 39 Ar geochronological study on volcanic rocks from the Khaybar and Lunayyir Harrats plus a site of sediments deposited below the Miocene rocks in the former area.
Progressive thermal or alternating field demagnetization successfully isolated stable Cited by: 1. Inmore than 30, earthquakes struck an ancient lava field, opening up a five-mile long crevice.
Sensors shoow that magma has risen to roughly a mile below the surface of the Earth, and. Paleomagnetic results from Saudi Arabia and the Permo-Triassic Pangea configuration.
We try here to answer this important question with the paleomagnetic study of well dated Permo-Triassic sediments from a borehole in Saudi Arabia. Sediments of the same age have also been sampled at the surface, but proved to be remagnetized, probably by a Cited by: Paleomagnetic and geological investigation into southern Sinai volcanic rocks and the rifting of the Gulf of Suez Article in Tectonophysics (3) · June with 86 Reads.
In the present study, petrographic, geochemical and paleomagnetic investigations are carried out on two volcanic occurrences from southern Sinai ().The first occurrence is an olivine basaltic intrusion at Wadi Budra, southeast Abu Zeniema, which was dated as Middle Jurassic (±7 Ma; Meneisy,Saleeb Raufail et al., ).The second is in Sahl el Raha area from the Sant Catherine NW Cited by: 7.
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Pages in category "Geology of Saudi Arabia" The following 13 pages are in this category, out of 13 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().
As-Sarat region is located in the top of a highland cratonic region in the southwestern part of Saudi Arabia. It is situated between latitudes 17° 45' and 18° 20' N and longitudes 43° and 43° 30' E (Fig. 1), covering an area of about km2, running parallel to the general trend of the Red Sea axis.
This place is situated in Jizan, Saudi Arabia, its geographical coordinates are 16° 40' 0" North, 43° 0' 0" East and its original name (with diacritics) is Marāḩ.
See Marah photos and images from satellite below, explore the aerial photographs of Marah in Saudi Arabia. Marah hotels map is available on the target page linked above. The Cenozoic volcanic rocks of Saudi Arabia cover about 90, km 2, one of the largest areas of alkali olivine basalt in the fixdemocracynow.com volcanic rocks are in 13 separate fields near the eastern coast of the Red Sea and in the western Arabian Peninsula highlands from Syria southward to.
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Moufti M.R., Németh K. () Synthesis of the Geoheritage Values Cited by: 1. Standard Oil geologists arrive in Saudi Arabia On September 23,a party of American geologists lands at the Persian Gulf port of Jubail in Saudi Arabia and begins its journey into the desert.
Saudi Arabia is readily divisible into two geological provinces. The western area consists of crystalline igneous and metamorphic rocks, of presumed Pre-Cambrian age, topographically and structurally sloping to the northeast, east and fixdemocracynow.com: Abdulla Homoud Tariki.T1 - Genesis and characterization of dolomite, Arab-D reservoir, Ghawar field, Saudi Arabia.
AU - Cantrell, David. AU - Swart, Peter K. AU - Hagerty, Royal. PY - Y1 - N2 - This study reports the results of an investigation into the nature, origin and significance of linear dolomite trends across the Arab-D reservoir in Ghawar fixdemocracynow.com by: Total Petroleum Systems of the Paleozoic and Jurassic, Greater Ghawar Uplift and Adjoining Provinces of Central Saudi Arabia and Northern Arabian-Persian Gulf By Richard M.
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