The Geology of the Arab World - An Overview
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This book is the result of the work of the first international congress of the ArabGU (Arabian Geosciences Union) which took place in Algiers (Algeria) in February 2016. It presents research articles and review papers on geology of the North Africa and Arabian Middle East . It provides information to the public on various fields of earth sciences and encourages further research in this field in order to attract an international audience.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This book is the result of the work of the first international congress of the ArabGU (Arabian Geosciences Union) which took place in Algiers (Algeria) in February 2016. It presents research articles and review papers on geology of the North Africa and Arabian Middle East . It provides information to the public on various fields of earth sciences and encourages further research in this field in order to attract an international audience.
Autorenporträt
Prof. Dr. Abderrahmane Bendaoud is a full Professor of Geodynamic, Magmatic and Metamorphic Petrology and Geochemistry at the Department of Geology of the "Université des Sciences et de la Technologie Houari Boumediene" in Algiers, Algeria. He is one of the vice-presidents of ArabGU (Arabian Geosciences Union). Abderrahmane has published 30 articles in international peer-reviewed ISI journals.¿ Prof. Dr. Zakaria Hamimi is a full Professor of Structural Geology at the Department of Geology of Benha University, Egypt. He is a member of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committee, the Supreme Council for Universities (SCU, Egypt). He is the president of the ArabGU. He has published 23 articles in international peer-reviewed ISI journals and about 19 textbooks on Earth Sciences (Arabic Edition). Prof. Dr. Mohamed Hamoudi is a full Professor of Geomapping and Remote Sensing at the Department of Geology of the "Université des Sciences et de la Technologie Houari Boumediene" in Algiers, Algeria and a visiting scientist at GFZ Potsdam, Germany. He is the president of the Algerian Geophysics Society. Mohamed has published 35 articles in international peer-reviewed ISI journals.¿¿ Prof. Dr. Safouane Djemai is a full Professor of Structural Geology and Remote Sensing at the Department of Geology of the "Université des Sciences et de la Technologie Houari Boumediene" in Algiers, Algeria. He is one of the vice-presidents of ArabGU. Safouane has published several articles in international peer-reviewed ISI and other journals.¿¿ Prof. Dr. Basem Zoheir is a full Professor of Mineralogy & Economic Geology at the Department of Geology of Benha University, Egypt. He have two book chapters published by Nova Science and was a visiting scientist at the USGS (Denver Federal Center), LTU (Sweden), Univ. of Tübingen, TU Clausthal (Germany), Univ. of Geneva (Switzerland), and now a Humboldt fellow at Kiel Univ. (Germany). He is one of the vice-presidents of ArabGU. Basem has published 30 articles in international peer-reviewed ISI journals.
Inhaltsangabe
Chapter 1. Tectonics  of the Eastern Desert of Egypt: Key to understanding the  Neoproterozoic evolution  of the  Arabian--Nubian  Shield  (East  Africa Orogen).- Chapter 2. A new synthetic geological map of the Tuareg Shield: an overview of its Globalstructure and geological evolution.- Chapter 3. The 600 Ma-old Pan-African Magmatism in the InOuzzal Terrane (Tuareg Shield, Algeria): Witness of the Metacratonisation of a Rigid Block.- Chapter 4. An Overview of the Plutons magnetic fabric studies in the Hoggar Shield:Evolution of the Major Shear Zones during the Pan-African.- Chapter 5. Electrical conductivity constraints on the geometry of the western LATEA boundary from a magnetotelluric data   acquired near Tahalgha volcanic district (Hoggar , Southern Algeria).- Chapter 6. Regional Geology and Petroleum Systems of the Main Reservoirs and Source Rocks of North Africa and the Middle East.- Chapter 7. Paleomagnetism of the Western Saharan basins : an overview.- Chapter 8. Archaeoseismology in Algeria: Observed damages related to probable past earthquakes on archaeological remains on Roman sites (Tel Atlas of Algeria).- Chapter 9. A glimpse at the history of seismology in Algeria.- Chapter 10. Active Tectonics andSeismic Hazardin the Tell Atlas (Northern Algeria): A Review.- Chapter 11. Seismicity of the algerian tell atlas and the impacts of major earthquakes.- Chapter 12. An overview on 40 years of remote sensing geology based on Arab examples.- Chapter 13. Meteorite impact structures in the Arab world: an overview.- Chapter 14. Holocene climate development of North Africa and the Arabian Peninsula.