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Chlorite Group from Arabian Plate

Oman
 
  • Al Batinah North
Mawarid Mining
    • Sohar
Haymon, R. M., Koski, R. A., & Abrams, M. J. (1989). Hydrothermal discharge zones beneath massive sulfide deposits mapped in the Oman ophiolite. Geology, 17(6), 531-535.
  • Al Buraymi
    • Northern Oman Ophiolite
Miyashita, S., Adachi, Y., Neo, N., Tomatsu, T., & Tanaka, S. Large chloritite bodies found in the upper gabbro unit of the Oman ophiolite: New aspect for the hydrothermal systems beneath ocean ridges.
  • Muscat
    • Saih Hatat
Jour.Met.Geo 19:233–248 (2001)
    • Sib
Rajendran, S., Nasir, S., Kusky, T. M., Ghulam, A., Gabr, S., & El-Ghali, M. A. (2013). Detection of hydrothermal mineralized zones associated with listwaenites in Central Oman using ASTER data. Ore geology reviews, 53, 470-488.
Qatar
 
  • 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
Saudi Arabia
 
  • Mintaqah 'Asir
Charles W. Smith, R. Ernest Anderson, and M. R. Dehlavi (1976) Geology And Ore Deposits Of The Kutam Mine, Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia. U. S. Geological Survey Saudi Arabian Project Report 211; USGS Open file report 85-240
  • Mintaqah Al Madinah
Brearley, A. J. & Jones, R. H. (1998) Chondritic Meteorites. In: Planetary Materials (Papike, J. J., Editor): Chapter 3, 398 pages. Mineralogical Society of America: Washington, DC, USA.
Nehlig, P., Salpeteur, I., Asfirane, F., Bouchot, V., Eberlé, J. M., & Genna, A. (1999). The Mineral Potential of the Arabian Shield: A reassessment. In Proceedings of the IUGS/UNESCO Meeting on the “Base and Precious Metal Deposits in the Arabian Shield”, Jeddah, November (pp. 12-19).
Al-Shanti, A. M. S. (1995): mineral deposits in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Sci. Publ. Centre, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah
  • Mintaqah Al Qasim
    • Al Amar District
http://www.ashgill.com.au/pdfs/Al-Amar%20Gold%20Mine.pdf; Surour, A. A., & Bakhsh, R. (2013). Microfabrics and microchemistry of sulfide ores from the 640 FW-E level at the Al Amar gold mine, Saudi Arabia. Journal of Microscopy and Ultrastructure, 1(3), 96-110.
    • Sukhaybarat al Gharbiyah (Sukhaybarat ash Sharqiyah)
Nehlig, P., Salpeteur, I., Asfirane, F., Bouchot, V., Eberlé, J. M., & Genna, A. (1999). The Mineral Potential of the Arabian Shield: A reassessment. In Proceedings of the IUGS/UNESCO Meeting on the “Base and Precious Metal Deposits in the Arabian Shield”, Jeddah, November (pp. 12-19).
  • Mintaqah ar Riyad
Doebrich, J. L., Al-Jehani, A. M., Siddiqui, A. A., Hayes, T. S., Wooden, J. L., & Johnson, P. R. (2007). Geology and metallogeny of the Ar Rayn terrane, eastern Arabian shield: evolution of a Neoproterozoic continental-margin arc during assembly of Gondwana within the East African Orogen. Precambrian Research, 158(1), 17-50.; Testard, J., Tegyey, M., Picot, P., Maury, M., & Kosakevitch, M. (1979, June). Khnaiguiyah: Mineralization in an Acid Volcanosedimentary Environment. In Evolution and Mineralization of the Arabian-Nubian Shield: Proceedings of a Symposium Convened (Vol. 3, p. 80). Pergamon Press.
Al-Shanti, A. M. S. (1995): mineral deposits in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Sci. Publ. Centre, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah
  • Mintaqah Makkah
Surour, A. A., Harbi, H. M., & Ahmed, A. H. (2014). The Bi’r Tawilah deposit, central western Saudi Arabia: Supergene enrichment of a Pan-African epithermal gold mineralization. Journal of African Earth Sciences, 89, 149-163.
  • Mintaqah Najran
Clay M. Conway (1985) Geology and regional setting of the Al Masane ancient mine area, Southeastern Arabian Shield, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. USGS Open File Report 85-240
  • Mintaqah Tabuk
    • Midyan
Küster, D. (2009): Ore Geology Reviews 35, 68-86.
    • Wejh
http://gisarabia.brgm.fr/Publications/RESUMNEW.doc; USGS Open File Report 1976-0865
Turkey
 
  • Bingöl Province
Econ Geol (1984) 79:354-371
Econ Geol (1984) 79:354-371
Econ Geol (1984) 79:354-371
Helvaci, C. (1984) Apatite-rich iron deposits of the Avnik (Bingoel) region, southeastern Turkey. Economic Geology, 79:2, 354-371.
  • Diyarbakir Province
    • Ergani (Arghana; Osmaniye; Erganiosmaniye)
Akinci, O. T. (2009). Ophiolite-hosted copper and gold deposits of Southeastern Turkey: formation and relationship with seafloor hydrothermal processes. Turkish Journal of Earth Sciences, 18(4), 475-509.
United Arab Emirates
 
  • Fujayrah Emirate (Fujairah)
Woolley, A. R., Barr, M. W. C., Din, V. K., Jones, G. C., Wall, F., & Williams, C. T. (1991). Extrusive carbonatites from the Uyaynah area, United Arab Emirates. Journal of Petrology, 32(6), 1143-1167.
Yemen
 
  • Hadramawt Governorate
Brearley, A. J. & Jones, R. H. (1998): Chondritic Meteorites. In: Planetary Materials (Papike, J. J., Editor): Chapter 3, 398 pages. Mineralogical Society of America: Washington, DC, USA. (1998)
 
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