|Statement||V. Arad and Y. Bartov.|
|Series||Geological Survey of Israel special publication -- no. 2.|
|Contributions||Bartov, Y., Makhon ha-geʼologi (Israel).|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||110 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||110|
Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - Author: Yaakow K Bentor. THE interesting region described in this memoir by the superintendent of the Geological Survey of Egypt extends from near Dahab along the western borders Of the Gulf of Akaba to the promontory of Author: H. B. W. The peninsula of Sinai may be divided into three geological districts, named from the granitic, limestone, and sandstone rocks of which they are composed. The whole of the northern portion of the peninsula is occupied by an extensive plateau of limestone, supported on the south by the range of Jebel-et-Tyh, and sloping gradually towards the Mediterranean by: 1. IN NATURE for Septem , we directed attention to the memoir by Dr. V. F. Hume on the topography and geology of south-eastern Sinai. We have now before us an account of the western Author: H. B. W.
Abstract. Egypt consists of four main geological areas, Nile River valley and its delta, Western Desert, Eastern Desert, and Sinai Peninsula. The Nile Valley broadens gradually toward the north of Egypt and it is bounded by several sedimentary basins and desert sands that have been settled upon fluvial soils. The geology of the Sinai Peninsula ranges from Precambrian basement rocks to Quaternary deposits. According to the surface geologic ma p (Fig. 1) after Khalil, ; McClay et al.,Author: Taha Rabeh. Barron T () The topography and geology of the Peninsula of Sinai (Western Portion). Egyptian Geological Survey, Cairo, pp Google Scholar. Barron T, Hume WF () Topography and geology of the Eastern Desert of Egypt (Central Portion). Egyptian Geological Survey, Cairo, pp Google : Mohamed El-Sharkawi, Nagy Shawky Botros, Ahmed A. Madani, Mohamed Ahmed, Bassam Abdellatif, Yasser M. The Geologic Time Scale , winner of a PROSE Award Honorable Mention for Best Multi-volume Reference in Science from the Association of American Publishers, is the framework for deciphering the history of our planet authors have been at the forefront of chronostratigraphic research and initiatives to create an international geologic time scale for many years, and the charts.
Sinai, the triangular-shaped peninsula of Egypt, is situated between Asia and Africa. The separation of the two continents caused the form and geographical shape of Sinai the way it looks today. The separation of the two continents caused the form and geographical shape of Sinai the way it looks today. Adel R. Moustafa, "Structural setting and tectonic evolution of North Sinai folds, Egypt", Evolution of the Levant Margin and Western Arabia Platform since the Mesozoic, C. Homberg, M. Bachmann. Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. At head of title: Survey Dept., Egypt "Previous literature": p. Appendices: I. Meteorological observations taken in Sinai by H. G. SkillII. List of plants in Sinai PeninsulaIII. Previous literatureIV. In this book, Ned Greenwood offers a complete, up-to-date physical geography of Sinai. After an introductory chapter that situates Sinai within world history and geography, he focuses in detail on the following areas: plate tectonics and geology, geomorphology and drainage, weather and climate, soils, and biogeography.