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Gold from Arabian Plate

Jordan
 
  • Tafilah
    • Wadi Arabah (Wadi Araba)
M. Al-Hwaiti, B. Zoheir, B. Lehmann and I. Rabba (2010): Epithermal gold mineralization at Wadi Abu Khushayba, southwestern Jordan. Ore Geology Reviews 38, 101-112.
Oman
 
  • Al Batinah North
Mawarid Mining
Mawarid Mining
    • Sohar
Saudi Arabia
 
  • Mintaqah 'Asir
Ma'aden (Saudi Arabian Mining Co.)
  • Mintaqah Al Madinah
Ahmed Madani, Hesham Harbi (2012): Spectroscopy of the mineralized tonalite–diorite intrusions, Bulghah gold mine area, Saudi Arabia: Effects of opaques and alteration products on Fieldspec data. Ore Geology Reviews, 44, 148-157.
Barrick Gold Corporation
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).
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.
    • Jabal Zalm area
Bakhsh, R.A. (2018): Microanalysis and genesis of Cu-Ag minerals in metadiabase dykes at the Jabal Zalm area, Saudi Arabia. Ore Geology Reviews 95, 713-724.
    • Sukhaybarat al Gharbiyah (Sukhaybarat ash Sharqiyah)
Mining Annual Review (1985): 475.; 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 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
Ahmed, H. A., & El-Midany, A. A. (2012). Gold recovery from sulphide minerals: a bioprocessing approach. AfinidAd, 69(557).
  • Mintaqah Tabuk
    • Wejh
http://gisarabia.brgm.fr/Publications/RESUMNEW.doc; Rocks & Min.: 23:234.; Econ.Geol.: 83; 395-404
Rocks & Min.: 23:234.
Turkey
 
  • Diyarbakir Province
    • Cukurdere
    • 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.
 
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