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Red-Sea rift magmatism near Al Lith, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
|Statement||by John S. Pallister ; prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Deputy Ministry for Mineral Resources, Saudi Arabia|
|Series||Open-file report -- 86-565, U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 86-565|
|Contributions||Saudi Arabia. Deputy Ministry for Mineral Resources, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
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The Gulf of Aqaba (Arabic: خَلِيجُ ٱلْعَقَبَةِ , romanized: Khalīj al-ʿAqabah) or Gulf of Eilat (Hebrew: מפרץ אילת , romanized: Mifrátz Eilát) is a large gulf at the northern tip of the Red Sea, east of the Sinai Peninsula and west of the Arabian coastline is divided between four countries: Egypt, Israel, Jordan, and Saudi countries: Egypt, Israel, Jordan, and Saudi . Schmidt, D. L., Hadley, D. G. & Brown, G. F. (): Middle Tertiary continental rift and evolution of the Red Sea in southwestern Saudi Arabia. - Deputy Ministry of Mineral Resources, open-file report USGS-OF, 56 p. Google ScholarCited by:
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A newly recognized Tertiary dike complex and comagmatic volcanic rocks exposed on the central Saudi Arabian coastal plain record early stages of magmatism related to Red Sea rifting. Intrusive and stratigraphic relationships, and new potassium-argon dating indicate episodic magmatism from about 30 Ma to the present.
Additional stratigraphic and radiometric evidence suggests. Get this from a library. Red-Sea rift magmatism near Al Lith, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
[John S Pallister; Saudi Arabia. Deputy Ministry for Mineral Resources.; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Al Lith (Arabic: الليث ) is a city in the Tihamah region on the coast of the Red Sea south west of the holy city of is the fifth largest city in population in Makkah Province, and it is one of the large sea ports of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on the Red Sea, and Miqat Yalamlam is located north of it.
The estimated population of Al Lith is o y: Saudi Arabia. Harrat Al-Birk volcanics Red-Sea rift magmatism near Al Lith products of the Red Sea rift in southwest Saudi Arabia that started in the Tertiary and reached its climax at ~5 Ma.
This volcanic field is almost monotonous and is dominated by basalts that include mafic–ultramafic mantle xenoliths (gabbro, websterite, and garnet-clinopyroxenite). The present work presents the first detailed Cited by: 1. Saudi Arabia wants to turn hundreds of kilometers of its Red Sea coastline into a global tourism destination governed by laws “on par.
The Harrat Al-Birk basalts in southwest Saudi Arabia: characteristic alkali maﬁc magmatism related to Red Sea rifting Rami A.
Bakhsh1 Received: 17 June /Revised: 31 July /Accepted: 19 September /Published online: 24 September Science Press, Institute of Geochemistry, CAS and Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg File Size: 9MB.
Constraining the Opening of the Red Sea: younger harrats of Saudi Arabia (Nawasif/Al Buqum, Kishb, Ar ages of pre- and syn-rift magmatism in the Red Sea basin. The Red Sea also separates those who live in the Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia from those whole live in Saudi Arabia.
As the Red is spreading it is creating several mini sea and breaking up Africa. The Red Sea Rift is a divergent boundary between the African and Arabian Plate. Jeddah (English: / ˈ dʒ ɛ d ə / JED-ə), also spelled Jedda, Jiddah or Jidda (/ ˈ dʒ ɪ d ə / JID-ə; Arabic: جدة , romanized: Jidda, Hejazi pronunciation: ), is a city in the Hejaz region of Saudi Arabia and the country's commercial center.
With a population of about four million people (as of ), Jeddah is the largest city in Makkah Province, the second-largest Country: Saudi Arabia. The Red Sea is part of an extensive rift system that includes from south to north the oceanic Sheba Ridge, the Gulf of Aden, the Afar region, the Red.
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It will be financed by the kingdom’s Public Investment Fund (PIF), according to an official statement. من تصوير الكابتن سعد بن حشر للبحر الاحمر في مدينة ينبع - by saad binhashr from saudi arabia - yanbu city vist my Facebook profile - Saad Binhashr. Middle Tertiary rift volcanism in a continental-rift valley in the Arabian-Nubian Shield was the first surface expression of active mantle convection beneath an axis that was to become the Red Sea.
Investigation of the coastal plain of southwestern Saudi Arabia suggests that the rift valley was filled with basaltic and felsic to rhyolitic volcanic rocks (Ad Darb and Damad formations), cherty. Harrat Al-Birk volcanics are products of Red Sea rift in southwest Saudi Arabia that started in the Tertiary and reached its climax ~5 Ma ago.
This volcanic field is almost monotonous and is dominated by basalts that include mafic-ultramafic mantle xenoliths (gabbro, wesbsterite and garnet-clinopyroxenite).Cited by: 1. Saudi Arabia's Red Sea project aims to unlock the potential of miles of spectacular coastline and 50 reef-fringed islands.
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Volcanism thereafter spread northward to Harrats Sirat, Hadan, Ishara-Khirsat, and Ar Rahat in western Saudi Arabia. This early magmatism occurred without significant extension, and continued to ˜25 Ma.
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