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Limestone from Arabian Plate

Iraq
 
  • Ninawa province
    • Mosul
Aljubouri Z A, Aldabbagh S M (1980) Sinjarite, a new mineral from Iraq. Mineralogical Magazine 43, 643-645
Jordan
 
  • Amman
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.
  • Irbid
    • Maqarin area
Khoury, H. and Nassir, S. (1982): High temperature mineralization in the bituminous limestone in Maqarin area - North Jordan. Neues Jahrbuch für Mineralogie, Abhandlungen, 144, 197-213.
Syria
 
  • Ḥimṣ Governorate (Homs)
    • Khunayfis
Abbas, M., Prévôt, L., and Lucas, J. (1985) Some petrological and mineralogical characters of Upper Cretaceous phosphorite in Central Palmyrides, Syria. Sciences Géologiques, Mémoires, 77, 35-39.
United Arab Emirates
 
  • Fujayrah Emirate (Fujairah)
Audra, P., Bosák, P., Gázquez, F., Cailhol, D., Skála, R., Lisá, L., ... & Zupan Hajna, N. (2017). Bat urea-derived minerals in arid environment. First identification of allantoin, C 4 H 6 N 4 O 3, in Kahf Kharrat Najem Cave, United Arab Emirates. International Journal of Speleology, 46(1), 9.
Yemen
 
  • Al Jawf Governorate
Ansan Wikfs
  • Al Mahrah Governorate
Mattash, M.A., (2008) Geology and geochemistry of the sedimentary-hosted lead-zinc-vanadium-barite prospects in Yemen: International Geological Congress, Oslo, Norway, 6-14 August 2008, 1 p.
 
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