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Illite from Arabian Plate

  • Southern District (HaDarom District)
    • Eilat
Shlomovitch, N., Bar-Matthews, M., & Matthews, A. (1999). Sedimentary and epigenetic copper mineral assemblages in the Cambrian Timna Formation, southern Israel. Israel Journal of Earth Sciences, 48(140), 195-208.
Bartura, Y., & Würzburger, U. (1974). The Timna copper deposit. Annales de la Société géologique de Belgique. p277-285
  • Amman
    • Hashem region
      • Lisdan-Siwaga Fault
Khoury, H. N. (2014). Geochemistry of Surficial Uranium Deposits from Central Jordan.
Fleurance, S., Cuney, M., Malartre, F., & Reyx, J. (2013). Origin of the extreme polymetallic enrichment (Cd, Cr, Mo, Ni, U, V, Zn) of the Late Cretaceous–Early Tertiary Belqa Group, central Jordan. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 369, 201-219.
Dill, H.G., Kus, J., Abed, A.M., Sachsenhofer, R.F., Abul Khair, H. (2009) Diagenetic and epigenetic alteration of Cretaceous to Paleogene organic-rich sedimentary successions in northwestern Jordan, typical of the western margin of the Arabian Plate. GeoArabia, 14(2), 101-140.
Techer, I., Khoury, H.N., Salameh, E., Rassineux, F., Claude, C., Clauer, N., Pagel, M., Lancelot, J., Hamelin, B., and Jacquot, E. (2006): Propagation of high-alkaline fluids in an argillaceous formation: Case study of the Khushaym Matruk natural analogue (Central Jordan). Journal of Geochemical Exploration, 90, 53-67.
  • Tafilah
    • Wadi Arabah (Wadi Araba)
Qatar Univ. Sci. J. 21:101-117.
  • Ash Sharqiyah
Kickmaier W. and Peters, Tj. (1990): Manganese occurrences in the Al Hammah Range - Wahrah Formation, Oman Mountains. In: Robertson, A. H. F., Searle, M. P. & Ries, A. C. (Eds.): The Geology and Tectonics of the Oman Region. Geological Society, London, Special Publication No. 49, pp. 239-249.
  • Dam Formation
DILL, H.G., BOTZ, R. , BERNER, Z., STÜBEN, D., NASIR, S. and AL-SAAD, H. (2005) Sedimentary facies, mineralogy and geochemistry of the sulphate -bearing Miocene Dam Formation in Qatar.- Sedimentary Geology, 174: 63-96
  • Dukhan
SJ Nasir (2003) Ferricretes of the Early Tertiary Dammam Formation in the Dukhan Area. Qatar Univ. Sci. J. 23:59-75.
Saudi Arabia
  • Mintaqah Makkah
Surour, A. A. (2015). Cu–Mn–Fe alloys and Mn-rich amphiboles in ancient copper slags from the Jabal Samran area, Saudi Arabia: With synopsis on chemistry of Fe–Mn (III) oxyhydroxides in alteration zones. Journal of African Earth Sciences, 101, 70-83.
  • Mintaqah Tabuk
    • Midyan
Atencio, D., Bastos Neto, A.C., Pereira, V.P., Ferron, J.T.M.M., Hoshino, M., Moriyama, T., Watanabe, Y., Miyawaki, R., Coutinho, J.M.V., Andrade, M.B., Domanik, K., Chukanov, N.V., Momma, K., Hirano, H., Tsunematsu, M. (2015): Waimirite-(Y), orthorhombic YF3, a new mineral from the Pitinga mine, Presidente Figueiredo, Amazonas, Brazil and from Jabal Tawlah, Saudi Arabia: description and crystal structure. Mineralogical Magazine, 79, 767-780.
  • Al Jawf Governorate
Ansan Wikfs
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