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The Geology and tectonics of the Oman region / edited by A.H.F. Robertson [and others]

The Geology and tectonics of the Oman region / edited by A.H.F. Robertson [and others]

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Published by The Geological Society in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology - Oman

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    ContributionsRobertson, A.H.F.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE 291 M9 G46 1990
    The Physical Object
    Pagination845 p.
    Number of Pages845
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22041312M

    The Arabian continental margin in Iran during the Late Cretaceous, in The Geology and Tectonics of the Oman Region, edited by A.H.F. Robertson, M.P. Cited by: The Geology and tectonics of the Oman region / edited by A. H. F. Robertson, M. P. Searle, A. C. Ries Tectonic papers / A. C. M. Laing Dynamic earth: past, present and future: February , Hobart / Jocelyn McPhie and Peter McGoldr.

    The Natih Petroleum System of North Oman is the most efficient petroleum sys-tem in Oman although being of small extent. Several factors lead to its extreme efficiency. The foreland basin went through a moderate structural deformation only during basin during Alpine tectonic events. Convergence between the oceanic crust of the Arabian plate beneath the Gulf of Oman and the continental Eurasian plate beneath Iran to the north is accommodated by northward dipping subduction. A deformed sediment prism which forms the offshore Makran continental margin and which extends onto land in the Iranian Makran has accumulated above the Cited by:

    Structures within the Mahatta Humaid area, Huqf Uplift: implications for the tectonics of eastern Oman. A. C Tectonics of the Masirah Fault Zone and eastern Oman. In: The Geology and Tectonics of the Oman Region (Edited by Robertson, A. H. F., Searle, M. P. and Ries, A. C.) Geological Society, London, Special Publicat Cited by: 2. Special offer online bookshop price: £ New prices from 20 August List £50 / GSL and other society members £ (Previous prices: List £ / GSL members £50 / Other society members £60) The Eastern Mediterranean region is a classic area for the study of tectonic processes and settings related to the development of the Tethyan orogenic belt. The present set of research and.


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The Geology and tectonics of the Oman region / edited by A.H.F. Robertson [and others] Download PDF EPUB FB2

GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY SPECIAL PUBLICATION NO 49 The Geology and Tectonics of the Oman Region EDITED BY A. ROBERTSON Department of Geology and Geophysics. The Geology and Tectonics of the Oman Region (Geological Society Special Publication) illustrated edition by A.

Robertson (Editor), M. Searle (Editor), Alison C. Ries (Editor) & 0 more. The Geology and Tectonics of the Oman Region (Geological Society Special Publication No. 49) | A. Robertson, M. Searle, A. Ries | download | B–OK. PDF | On Jan 1,A.

ROBERTSON and others published The Geology and Tectonics of the Oman Region | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. Information about the Geological Society’s internationally acclaimed books and journals for authors, editors, librarians and readers.

Geology and Tectonics of the Oman Region, The Product Code: Edited by A. Robertson, M. Searle and A. Ries Publication Date: 01. This volume presents new international research from authors currently active in the field focusing on the geology of the Oman Mountains, the foreland region, the carbonate platforms of Northern and Central Oman and the underlying basement complex.

In addition there is a particular focus on geoconservation in the region. The Geology and Tectonics of the Oman Region Geological Society Special Publications Series Editor K. COE GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY SPECIAL PUBLICATION The Geology and Tectonics of the Oman Region EDITED BY A.

R O B E R T S O N Department of Geology and Geophysics Grant Institute University of Edinburgh, UK M. S E A R L E Department of. Robertson, A H F, Searle, M P and Ries, A C (eds) The Geology and Tectonics of the Oman Region, special publication no 49, The Geological Society, ISBN X Searle, M, Waters, D, Martin, H and Rex, D Structure and metamorphism of blueschist-eclogite facies rocks from the northeastern Oman mountains, Journal of the.

The Sultanate of Oman is located at the southeastern margin of the Arabian plate (Figure 1).The northern part of the country is formed by the Oman Mountains, a relatively simple, broadly anticlinal structure ~ km (~ mi) long and km (75 mi) wide and reaching elevations up.

The region, defined in this course as encompassing western Asia and North Africa, has long been known for its prolific energy resources.

The links between the geology of the region and politics, society, and economics are well-known, but not well-understood. This course’s primary focus is developing a student’s knowledge of its geology. The geology of Oman includes varied landscapes which are a blend of its geological history, and its climate over the past few million years.

Rock outcrops in Al Hajar Mountains, the Huqf and Dhofar are a point of interest for international geologists. The rock record spans about million years and includes at least three periods when the country was covered by ice.

The raison d'être of the great mountain-range of Oman, projecting like a buttress across the entrance to the Persian Gulf, is an alluring problem for geologists and geographers alike. This rugged mountain-belt with heights rising almost to 10, feet is strangely out of keeping with the general nature of Arabian topography, and in consequence it has generally been regarded as the unsubmerged Cited by: Lees, G.M.

The geology and Tectonics of Oman and parts of south-eastern Arabia. Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London, 84, Wilson, H.H.,Late Cretaceous eugeosynclinal sedimentation, gravity tectonics and ophiolite emplacement in the Oman Mountains, southeastern Arabia, American Association of Petroleum.

Get this from a library. The Geology and tectonics of the Oman region. [A H F Robertson; M P Searle; Alison C Ries;] -- " The Oman mountain area is the world's best exposed deformed passive margin and as such is an ideal area to study fundamental geological processes, including rifting, passive margin development.

In: Robertson AFH, Searle MP, Ries AC (eds) The geology and tectonics of the Oman region. Geological Society, London, Special Publication no 49, pp – CrossRef Google Scholar Bernoulli D, Weissert H () The upper Hawasina nappes in the central Oman Mountains: straigrpahy, palinspastics and sequence of nappe : Mike Searle.

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Pergamon Journal of Structural Geology, Vol. 17, No. 12, pp. toEisevier Science Ltd Printed in Great Britain A structural record of the emplacement of the Pozanti-Karsanti ophiolite onto the Menderes-Taurus block in the late Cretaceous, eastern Taurides, Turkey ALI POLAT* and JOHN F.

CASEY University of Houston, Department of Geosciences, Houston, TXU.S.A. (Received 17 Cited by: The ongoing tectonic activity of this part of the Oman Mountains, which has been considered of moderate activity, is for first time identified by structural data as contractional.

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– Geology and tectonic evolution of the southeastern Taurides in the region of Malatya. In NeoTectonics and earthquake potential of the Eastern Mediterranean region. Edited by İ. Çemen and Y. Yılmaz. AGU Geophysical Cited by: 1.

THE GEOLOGY OF THE OMAN MOUNTAINS An outline of their origin by K. W. Glennie second edition, Spring ISBN 0 35 X pages (A4) plus xiv, 24 colour figures The First Edition of this book () introduced the geological history of the Oman Mountains to both general readers and oil company staff.

The book focusses on the plate-File Size: KB.zone type tectonic setting and can be correlated with the Zagros and Oman Ophiolites in the east and the Troodos Massif in Cyprus.

Figure 5- Generalized columnar sections of the ophiolitic members of the SE Anatolian Suture Belt (Özkan and Öztunalı, ; Robertson, )File Size: 2MB.This volume presents new international research from authors currently active in the field focusing on the geology of the Oman Mountains, the foreland region, the carbonate platforms of Northern and Central Oman and the underlying basement complex.

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