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Title: A Brief Essay On The Geologic Evolution Of The Red Sea
Authors: Coleman, Robert
Subject: Geology - Red Sea;Red Sea
Issue Date: 1993
Publisher: عمادة البحث العلمي والدراسات العليا - جامعة اليرموك
Abstract: The formation of the red sea depression is considered to have developed in response opening of the red sea spear to have begun in the early thertiary by crustal extension which produced a series of N-s trending morphotectonic depressions accompanied by emplacement of both tholeiite and alkali basalts . by late Oligocene and early Miocene the main depression consisted of a continental rift valley similar to what we now see in east Africa .
Description: أبحاث اليرموك : سلسلة العلوم الأساسية و الهندسية
1993, Vol. 2, Issue 1, p89-117
Includes References
Document Type: Article
Language: ENG
Appears in Collections:Abhath Al-Yarmouk Basic Science & Engineering - AYBSE

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