2 edition of geology of Kurkur, Dungul area found in the catalog.
geology of Kurkur, Dungul area
in Cairo : General Organisation for Government Printing Offices, 1969
Written in English
|Statement||by Bahay Issawi.|
|Series||Paper - United Arab Republic, Geological Survey ; no. 46|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 83/6610 (Q)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||102 p.,  leaves of plates : ill. ; 28 cm. & 14 maps in pockets.|
|Number of Pages||102|
|LC Control Number||79111776|
Bahay Issawi, , The Geology of the Kurkur Dungul Area • The Sinn el-Kaddab Plateau in the Western Desert of Egypt is a broad, flat-topped, remote region standing m above the Nile Valley to the east and the Kharga Depression to the west. Appears in 22 books from Page xvi - Governor, and it shall be his duty, with the aid of such assistants as he may appoint, to complete the Geological Survey of the State, and prepare a Report of said Survey for publication, and superintend the publication of the g: Kurkur.
REGIONAL GEOLOGY OF THE SOUTHERN WESTERN DESERT. Geomorphology and Structures The region around Aswan is dominated by a few broad geomorphologic features; the Sinn El-Kaddab Plateau, the Nubian Plain, the Red Sea Hills, and the Nubian Swell. The Sinn El-Kaddab Plateau is on the order of Km wide in an east-west direction and stretches for about Km from north to . 2. Geology and Petrography. Nusab El Balgum mass located in the south Western Desert of Egypt, to North of Bir Safsaf Precambrian basement rocks, along intersection of longitude 29˚18' and latitude 23˚17'. The study area can be reached through asphaltic road from Aswan-Tushki ( Km)- Darb El Arbain ( Km)-El Kharga road north (90 Km Cited by: 7.
A Structural Analysis of the El Kasr Structure in the Western Desert of Egypt. Search this site. The El Kasr structure. 1. Introduction B., The Geology of the Kurkur Dungul Area. General Egyptian Organization for Geological Research and Mining, Geological Survey Geology of Nubia West area, Western Desert, Egypt. Annals of the. Issawi B () The geology of Kurkur Dungul area. Geological Survey of Egypt, paper no. 46, pp Google Scholar Issawi B () Geology of Darb El-Arbain, Western by: 1.
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The hyper-arid, Kurkur-Dungul area at South Western Desert of Egypt (Fig. 1) is a famous historic region, at which one of the oldest, unrivaled civilizations appeared.
From a geomorphologic point of view, the area is dominated by bimodal gentle and steep slope distribution . It encompasses an unique. Palaeogeographical type of the geological heritage of the of the Kurkur–Dungul area: A – mound-shaped Quaternary mudpans (playa silt and clay) south of the Dineigel Oasis, B – the ancient Tombs of Nobles (time of the Old–Middle Kingdom) grooved in the sandstones of the Nubia Formation on the west bank of the Nile River at by: The Kurkur-Dungul area at South Western Desert of Egypt is an unique hyper-arid region, in which one of the oldest civilizations appeared.
The sedimentary record of the area is represented by. Request PDF | The geological heritage of the Kurkur–Dungul area in southern Egypt | The inventory of the geological heritage of Egypt is important for its efficient conservation and usage for.
Area, boundaries and surroundings: Kurkur and Dungul Oases lie at the edge of the Sinn El-Kaddab Plateau. Dungul area book The distance between the two relict Oases is about 60 km.
Kurkur Oasis is considerably larger than Dungul, which consists of two parts: Dungul Oasis proper and Dineigil Oasis. Issawi, B. (), The Geology of Kurkur-Dungul Area, General Egyptian Organization for Geological Research and Mining, Geological Survey, Cairo, Paper No.
46, pp. Google Dungul area book Issawi, B. (), Geology of the Darb el-Arbain, Western Desert, Annals of the Geological Survey of by: In the late s, Said and Issawi mapped the geology of the Kurkur area, including tufa outcrops of the “Libyan Tableland,” the prominent limestone plain known as the Eocene Plateau or Sinn El Kaddab, which is one of the major physiographic provinces in Egypt (Said,Issawi, ).Cited by: 9.
This study investigates physical and mechanical characteristics of Lower Eocene limestone exposed on the Sinn El-Kaddab Plateau, southwest of Aswan. The limestone successions belonging to the upper member of the Dungul Formation attain m in the composite section of the area.
Sedimentologically, these limestones are composed of three lithofacies; hemipelagic facies at. Egypt covers a roughly square area of almost 1, km2at the crossroads of Africa and Asia. It is bounded to the north by the Mediterranean Sea and to the east by the Red Sea.
It may be divided Cited by: Sedimentary of the Nubia Group in the Area Southwest of Aswan (Abu-Simbel area) Intrinsic and scattering seismic attenuation in W.
The entire geological heritage of the KurkureDungul area can be employed for diversification of the existing tourism programs offered at the tourist destination of Aswan, as well as for geotourism.
The present work deals with the analysis of aeromagnetic and gravity data in Kalabsha area located between Latitudes 23°25′N & 24°00′N and Longitudes 32°23′E & 32°47′E, South Western Desert of Egypt (), to reveal the subsurface structure controlling the morphology of this earthquake of magnitude (Ms) took place on November 14 th along the most active part of the E Cited by: 6.
The geology of the Mhukuru coalfield (Songea District) (Tanganyika. Geological Survey Dept. Short paper) [Harkin, Daniel Aloysius] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The geology of the Mhukuru coalfield (Songea District) (Tanganyika. Geological Survey Dept.
Short paper)Author: Daniel Aloysius Harkin. simplifications for the sake of better-understanding of the very complex geology of the Turkish area.
This review is based on the published and unpublished data of the author as well as findings and interpretations of many Turkish earth-scientists working on this Size: 2MB. The importance of Wadi Kurkur area lies in the occurrence of tufa and travertine at different depositional levels that range from Pleistocene (older upper level) to Recent (younger lower level) (Nicoll and Sallam, ).
The various tufa and travertine levels within Kurkur area can be Cited by: 1. References Abu El Nassr, R.A.R. (): Geology of the area between Wadi Gimal and.
CHAPTER II GEOLOGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES OF THE PENNAR BASIN Geologically the Pennar basin consists of Recent to Sub-recent alluvium gravel and sands, Late Proterozoic formations of Kurnool Group consist of Kunderu formations, Paniam formations and Jammalamadugu formations.
TheFile Size: KB. The 4th International Conference on the Geology of the Tethys, Cairo University, Cairo, JanuaryIssawi, B. () The Geology of Kurkur—Dungul Area.
Cited by: 5. Emad S. Sallam, Alena A. Ponedelnik, Günter Tiess, Natalia N. Yashalova and Dmitry A. Ruban, The geological heritage of the Kurkur–Dungul area in southern Egypt, Journal of African Earth Sciences,(), ().Cited by: In all countries, an accurate geologic map is needed to understand the Earth’s resources.
It is the vital source of information for various aspects of land-use planning, such as assessment of oil wealth, utilization of the decision-makers, and planners. In the Iraqi Kurdistan Region, unfortunately, detailed geological maps at a scale ofare not available, especially along the Author: Varoujan K.
Siakian. The 4th International Conference on the Geology of the Tethys, Cairo University, Cairo, JanuaryIssawi, B. () The Geology of Kurkur—Dungul Area.
Geological Survey, Paper No. 46, Egypt, p. Issawi, B. () Geology of Darb El Arbain, Western Desert, Egypt. Annals of the Geological Survey of Egypt, 1, The relative coordinates of the ground-based points of the global reference network of the IERS and the base lengths at distances of hundreds or thousands kilometers are determined with errors of few mm horizontally and less than cm ad: Download full-size image Fig.
network of observation sites of the International Earth Rotation and Reference System Service (ITRF).Author: S.K. Tatevian, G.F. Attia, N. Abou-Aly, R. Ghoneim, M. Hegazy.An introduction to the geology of Dayton and vicinity, with special reference to the gravel ridge area south of the city, including Hills and dales and Moraine park, (Dayton, O.
[Indianapolis, The Hollenbeck Press, printers], ), by Aug. F. Foerste (page images at HathiTrust; US access only).