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stratigraphy and structure of the Eastern Aden Protectorate
Ziad Rafiq Beydoun
Bibliography: p. 104-107.
|Statement||by Z. R. Beydoun.|
|Series||Overseas geology and mineral resources. Supplement series. Bulletin supplement -- no. 5|
|LC Classifications||QE291 B49, QE291A3 B49|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 107 p. :|
|Number of Pages||107|
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The stratigraphy and structure of the Eastern Aden Protectorate ('Overseas Geology and Mineral Resources' supplements ; no.5)Author: Ziad Rafiq Beydoun. The late Mesozoic-Tertiary basaltic province of the Aden traps covering many thousands of square miles of south-west Arabia, exhibits a great variety of rocks and structures, which are illustrated in this account by descriptions of three contrasting regions.
1) NearDhala there is more than 3, metres of olivine basalt picrite basalt and trachyte, with interbedded agglomerate and ignimbrite Cited by: The Aden Protectorate Levies (APL) were an Arab military force raised for the local defence of the Aden Protectorate under British rule.
The Levies were drawn from all parts of the Protectorate and were armed and officered by the British military. They used the Lahej emblem of crossed jambiyah (traditional curved double-edged dagger) as their y: Yemen. PETROLEUM PROSPECTS OF LEBANON: REEVALUATION by Beydoun, Z.R.
and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at geology of the Arabian Peninsula. Each author prepared a description of the geology of the area for which he was responsible, as shown in the sources of geologic compilation diagram on the peninsular map.
The U.S. Geological Survey undertook the publishing of the volumeCited by: Geology of the Arabian Peninsula; Eastern Aden Protectorate and part of Dhufar Professional Paper H By: Z.R. Beydoun. References Beydoun, Z.R.,The stratigraphy and structure of the eastern Aden Protectorate.
Overseas Geology and Mineral Resources Supp. Ser., Bull. Supp. Beydoun ZR () The stratigraphy and structure of the eastern Aden protectorate. Overseas Geol Miner Resour Google Scholar Robinet J, Razin P, Serra-Kiel J, Gallardo-Garcia A, Leroy S, Roger J, Grelaud C () The Paleogene pre-rift to syn-rift succession in the Dhofar margin (northeast Gulf of Aden): stratigraphy and depositional Author: Mike Searle.
Aden Protectorate from until a colonial possession of England. It consisted of the Crown Colony of Aden, which included the city of Aden, the islands of Perim and Kuria Muria, the East and West Aden protectorates, and the island of Kamaran. English colonial rule in Aden began with the seizure of the city of Aden in ; English control over.
Part or all of this report is presented in Portable Document Format (PDF). For best results viewing and printing PDF documents, it is recommended that you download the documents to your computer and open them with Adobe Reader. Beydoun ZR () The stratigraphy and structure of Eastern Aden Protectorate Overseas Geology.
Overseas Geology and Mineral Resources Supplementary Series, Bull. Supp. 5. In January Captain S.B. Haines of the Indian Marine, the East India Company's Navy, occupied the port of Aden. Possessing a magnificent natural harbour at the junction of the Red Sea and the Indian Ocean, Britain recognised its strategic importance and thus began a period of British control which lasted until 29th November /5(1).
Stratigraphy and structure of Eastern Syria across the Euphrates depression, Tectonophysics,Stratigraphy and Structure of Eastern Syria Across the Euphrates Depression TARIF SAWAF1, DAMEN AL-SAAD1, ALI GEBRAN1, MUAWIA BARAZANGI2, JOHN A. BEST2, THOMAS A. CHAIMOV2 1Syrian Petroleum Company, Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources.
The Aden Protectorate (Arabic: محمية عدن Maḥmiyyat ʿAdan) was a British protectorate in southern Arabia which evolved in the hinterland of Aden following the acquisition of that port by Britain in as an anti-piracy station, and it continued until the s.
For administrative purposes it was divided into the Western Protectorate and the Eastern ge(s): Arabic, Persian, English, Ottoman Turkish. William Harold Ingrams, 1 book Doreen Ingrams, 1 book R. Gavin, 1 book Aden (Protectorate)., 1 book Spencer Mawby, 1 book Reilly, Bernard Sir., 1 book Aḥmad Faḍl ibn 'Alī Muḥsin 'Abdalī, 1 book Ḥasan Ṣāliḥ Shihāb, 1 book Muḥammad ʻAbd al-Laṭīf Baḥrāwī, 1 book Pieragostini, 1 book L.
Val'kova, 1 book Freya Stark. Spatial Analysis of Lineaments and Their Tectonic Significance Using Landsat Imagery in Alarasah Area-Southeastern Central Yemen structure of the eastern Aden Protectorate.
The principal. Note on the Tribes of the Aden Protectorate is an annotated list of the Arab tribes and sub-tribes of the Aden Protectorate. The short monograph was prepared by a Captain Knapp of the Royal Artillery. It is undated, but based on internal evidence it can be surmised that it was compiled sometime before administrative functions were transferred from the government of India to the British Foreign.
The structural style within the deepest parts of the Ajdabiya Trough is defined by a system of Early - Late Cretaceous syn-depositional fault blocks bound by normal faults and basement highs devoid of syn-rift sediments, which are buried under a thick succession of Cenozoic post-rift deposits.
The range of fault orientations likely reflects the conflicting influences of the ~NE-SW regional. The stratigraphy and structure of the Eastern Aden Protectorate By Z.
R. Beydoun. /7/7. viii + London: HMSO, 37s. 6dě This bulletin supplement is the fifth of a series of scientific and technical papers. Undergraduate Textbooks A textbook of magnetohydrodynamics By J. A. Shercliff. /7/7. ix+ Oxford: Pergamon Press, 21s.Aden Protectorate.
Western Aden and Eastern Aden (from and respectively) were British Protectorates up until (although known as the Southern Arabian Protectorate between and ). Click here for more information on the status of a British Protected Person (based on birth in a British Protectorate).
Kamaran.INDEX Capitals in main heading denote articles and papers. Italics denote books reviewed. Short notes occur in single quotes. Aachen, Die Aachener Bergbau- und Industrie.