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Miocene geology and palaeontology of Ad Dabtiyah, Saudi Arabia

Miocene geology and palaeontology of Ad Dabtiyah, Saudi Arabia

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Published by British Museum (Natural History) in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementcompiled by P. J. Whybrow.
SeriesBulletin. Geology series / British Museum (Natural History) -- 41/4
ContributionsWhybrow, P. J.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21529736M
ISBN 100565070193

The Red Sea middle Miocene massive salt succession in the subsurface of Saudi Arabia is characterized by a thick deposit of gypsum, anhydrite, and halite named the Mansiyah Formation. Name: The Mansiyah Formation is named after the Mansiyah-1 (MNSY-1) exploration well north of Jizan. 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 about , km2, or one-third of the Arabian Peninsula. Reconnaissance mapping of these crystalline rocks, together with bordering sedimentary rocks and volcanic flows, begun in , resulted during.

Petroleum Geology and Total Petroleum Systems of the Widyan Basin and Interior Platform of Saudi Arabia and Iraq By James E. Fox 1 and Thomas S. Ahlbrandt Foreword This report was prepared as part of the World Energy Project of the U.S. Geological Survey. For this project, the world was divided into eight regions and geologic provinces. The Day-By-Day Cookery Book Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner Menus for Every Day of the Year () Natural History Museum Bulletin - Geology Miocene Geology and Palaeontology of AD Dabtiyah, Saudi Arabia Vol 4 (Geology series) by.

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 southeast. This complex has been considered by some to represent informal members of the Rudeis Formation (James et al., ) and equivalent to the Burqan Formation of Saudi Arabia, but later workers consider its age to span the Early to Middle Miocene, Burdigalian to Langhian (Purser et al., ) based on the presence of Borelis melo (Magne, ).


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Open Library. Miocene geology and palaeontology of Ad Dabtiyah, Saudi Arabia. A delphinoid ear bone from the Dam Formation (Miocene) of Saudi Arabia. By Frank C. Whitmore. Abstract. Volume: 41Start Page: End Page: 45 Publisher: London:BM(NH) Year: OAI identifier Author: Frank C.

Whitmore. Dryopithecines from the Miocene of Saudi Arabia. from the Dam Formation near Ad Dabtiyah, Saudi Arabia. They were recovered from a calcareous pebbly grit1, and consist of a maxilla and four. Gentry, A.W. Rhinoceroses from the Miocene of Saudia Arabia (in: Whybrow P.J., ed: Miocene Geology and Palaeontology of Ad Dabtiyah, Saudi Arabia).

Bulletin of the British Museum of Natural History (Geology) 41 (4):45 figs, 3 tabs. Location: Subject: Species: Asia - West Asia - Arabia. In, Miocene geology and palaeontology of Ad Dabtiyah, Saudi Arabia, (ed.

Whybrow). Links to Peter Whybrow's work: Collecting in the Field by Peter Whybrow - part of the BBC Evolution website - an article written by Peter about what it is like to be a palaeontologist doing fieldwork. dom of Saudi Arabia, the U.S.

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journal of Human Evolution () 19, Introduction There are four areas of Miocene age in eastern Saudi Arabia that have produced continental vertebrates: Ad Dabtiyah (Hamilton et al., ; Whybrow, ), Jabal Midra ash-Shamali (Hamilton et al., ; Whybrow et al., ), Al Jadidah (Thomas et al.,   Whybrow PJ () Miocene geology and palaeontology of Ad Dabtiyah, Saudi Arabia.

Bull Brit Mus (Nat Hist) Geology – Google Scholar. Gentry, A.W., Mastodons from the Miocene of Saudi Arabia.

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Miocene stratigraphy, geology, and flora (algae) of eastern Saudi Arabia and the Ad Dabtiyah vertebrate locality. In, Miocene geology and palaeontology of Ad Dabtiyah, Saudi Arabia, (ed.

DESPITE several reports of fossil vertebrates from the Arabian region1, Tleel's2 brief reference to fossil mammals in the Dam Formation1,3,4 near. Miocene geology and palaeontology of Ad Dabtiyah, Saudi Arabia. A delphinoid ear bone from the Dam Formation (Miocene) of Saudi Arabia Vol Page Bivariate plots of natural log-transformed molar crown length versus width in Zygolophodon and Eozygodon.

Comparative dimensions are from Osborn (), Tassy (b, b, ), Tassy and. The Miocene fossil beds of Maboko island, Kenya: geology, age, taphonomy and palaeontology. The phylogenetic position of the Ad Dabtiyah hominoid.

Bulletin of the British Museum of Natural History Rhinoceroses from the Miocene of Saudi Arabia. Arabian Peninsula Hamilton et al. () listed the species D. libiensis at Ad Dabtiyah, Saudi Arabia, the dental remains of which were later mentioned by Gentry () as being close in size to D.

piggoti while a talus was the same size as those of D. chappuisi. Miocene geology and palaeontology of Ad Dabtiyah, Saudi Arabia. Compiled by w, Geology Vol.

41 No 29 October (10) وجد بيض النعام في مواقع في الربع الخالي وأيضا في منطقة جواثى في واحة الأحساء ومدافن جنوب الظهران وموقع ثاج الأثري. Geologic history, stratigraphy and tectonics. Saudi Arabia is underlain by the Precambrian igneous and metamorphic rocks of the Proterozoic Arabian Craton.

Up to km ( mi) of sedimentary rocks from the Cambrian through the Pliocene accumulated on the shield, including many oil-bearing units. Within these younger rocks, a large western facing escarpment formed in central Saudi Arabia.Rhinoceroses from the Miocene of Saudi Arabia (in: Whybrow P.J., ed: Miocene Geology and Palaeontology of Ad Dabtiyah, Saudi Arabia).

Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History), Geology, 41 (4), 45 figs, 3 tabs.Ahmed M. Youssef, Norbert H. Maerz, Overview of some geological hazards in the Saudi Arabia, Environmental Earth Sciences, /s, 70, 7, (), (). Crossref.