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The geography and geology of west-central Sinai

by Egypt. Maṣlaḥat al-Misāḥah.

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Published by Government Press in Cairo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology -- Egypt -- Sinai,
  • Sinai (Egypt)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby John Ball
    ContributionsBall, John, 1872-1941
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE328 .A5 1916
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 219,[1] p;
    Number of Pages219
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24171117M
    LC Control Number19012710
    OCLC/WorldCa2096817

    This book is a great companion to The Geology of Michigan. Great historical geology stuff, but also botanical and other chapters. Is done in chapters by different authors. Very helpful to my job as an naturalist. Book came with water damage. Did not specify water damage/5(9). The geography and geology of west central Sinai, Egypt The topography and geology of the peninsula of Sinai (western portion), Egypt Paleozoic stratigraphy, paleogeography and paleotectonics in.

    About Us: is owned and operated by Baccah information technology. Since Baccah Information Technology has been providing various entities such as universities, educational Institutions,Training centers, Research centers, Public and Private sector organizations.   page note 1 See Ball on the Geography and Geology of West Central Sinai. Cairo: Government Press, Reviewed in Geol. Mao., , p. Recommend this journal. Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this journal to your organisation's : J. J. H. Teall.

      Um Bogma District Um Bogma region West Central Sinai are considered to be the most important area in Egypt for manganese deposits. Extensive workable manganese deposits contributed significantly to the Egyptian economy up to , when the mines were abandoned. Reopening the best mines is being considered and evolution of newly discovered. Geography. Mount Sinai is a 2,metre (7, ft) moderately high mountain near the city of Saint Catherine in the Sinai region. It is next to Mount Catherine (at 2, m or 8, ft, the highest peak in Egypt). It is surrounded on all sides by higher peaks of the mountain nates: 28°32′″N 33°58′″E .


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By Herbert B. Workman, D.D., LL.D. Published by Fleming H. Revel1 Co. Price $Author: Ball, John. The Topography and Geology of the Peninsula of Sinai (Western (Classic Reprint) Paperback – July 5, by Egypt Egypt (Author).

Its physical geography of rugged mountain peaks, desert plains, and sea coasts was formed by the collision of the two continental plates, while the human tides that have swept across the region over millennia have left an intricate web of cultures and ethnicities.

In this book, Ned Greenwood offers a complete, up-to-date physical geography of Sinai/5(3). The geography and geology of west-central Sinai, By Egypt. Maṣlaḥat al-Misāḥah. and John Ball. Abstract "This book contains the results of the survey, inof a portion of the Sinai Peninsula" cf.

"Preface," p. head of title: Ministry of finance, Egypt. head of title: Ministry of finance, Egypt. Survey. The present volume not only shows the exciting beauty of Sinai – as seen through the eyes of the photographer H. Weyer – geography, geology, flora and fauna – the dramatic historical events and developments that have taken place in the Sinai peninsula.

The full story of Sinai, from the Early Stone Age to the last Sinai war inis here by: 4. Coordinates Gabal Sin Bishar (also called Jebel Sin Bishar or Mount Sin Bishar) is a mountain located in west-centralIt was proposed to be the biblical Mount Sinai by Menashe Har-El, a biblical geographer at Tel Aviv University in his book The Sinai Journeys: The Route of the Exodus.

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Top Full text of "The Topography and Geology of the Peninsula of Sinai (western Portion)" See other formats. In the Bible, the desert of Sinai is situated between Rephidim and Mt.

Sinai, with the wilderness of Sin between it and Elim (Ex. ; –2). According to Numbers –16, it lay between Rephidim and Kibroth-Hattaavah and in Numbersthe wilderness of Paran is situated to the east of it.

Geological map of West-Central Sinai. Ball-Geography and geology of West-Central Sinai Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. "Survey Department, Cairo ( - 50)." Contributor: Egypt.

Maṣlaḥat Al-Misāḥah Date: In this book, Ned Greenwood offers a complete, up-to-date physical geography of Sinai. After an introductory chapter that situates Sinai within world history and geography, he focuses in detail on the following areas: plate tectonics and geology, geomorphology and drainage, weather and climate, soils, and biogeography/5(2).

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Barron, T. (Thomas), Topography and geology of the Peninsula of Sinai (western portion). Cairo: National Print Dept., On the genesis of surficial uranium occurrences in West Central Sinai, Egypt.

Ore Geol. Rev., West Central Sinai uranium deposits occur in the Lower Carboniferous dolomitic Um Bogma Formation, which consists of dolomite, silt, gravel and sandstone. This Cited by: Considerable researches have previously been done on the petrographic and petrophysical properties of Egyptian Paleozoic rock samples at Um Bogma area (Southwest Sinai, Egypt) and at Gebel Abu Durba, Southwest Sinai, Egypt.

The present study aims to study of diagenetic processes and their effect on petrophysical properties to evaluate the reservoir characteristics of some Paleozoic rocks, Um Cited by: 1. Journal of African Earth Sciences, Vol.

9, No. 1, pp./89 $ + Printed in Great Britain. Pergamon Press pie The Paleozoic sandstones in Wadi Feiran - El Tor area, Sinai, Egypt A. ALLAM Geology Depar~ent, Faculty of Science, Tanta University, Tanta, by: Sinai Peninsula. The Sinai Peninsula or simply Sinai (now usually /ˈsaɪnaɪ/ SY-ny, also /ˈsaɪniaɪ/ SY-nee-eye and US: /ˈsaɪneɪaɪ/ SY-nay-eye) is a peninsula in Egypt, and the only part of the country located in Asia.

It is situated between the Mediterranean Sea to the north and the Red Sea to the south, and is a land bridge between Asia and ies: Egypt.

Sinai, with its three areas that are geographically and geologically totally different. In the south, the Central Plateau breaks off in a steep precipice – and from here there is a magnificent view of the majestic granite mountains of southern Sinai, among them Gebel Musa, the ‘Mount of God’, the traditional place of the revelation to : Beno Rothenberg.

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Menashe Har-El, The Sinai Journeys, The Route of the Exodus (San Diego, CA: Ridgefield Publishing Company, ). From the jacket of the book: “Professor Menashe Har-El is a noted geographer and scholar, as well as an outstanding surveyor and explorer.

He received his M.A. degree from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and Ph.D. degree from New York University. A noted teacher of Geography. In this book, Ned Greenwood offers a complete, up-to-date physical geography of Sinai.

After an introductory chapter that situates Sinai within world history and geography, he focuses in detail on the following areas: plate tectonics and geology, geomorphology and drainage, weather and climate, soils, and biogeography.Lithostratigraphy of the manganese-bearing Um Bogma Formation, west-central Sinai, Egypt "Abu SE Rodeiyim (BH ) 49 Rock Units bu Th.

Formedon 7 C O E O as E W 0 E ' w Ailed s El Dibabat Wadi 46 Nasib 34 Abu Abu a Thora Zarab A'lugKorba 32 30 25 Marshal Adedia 16 15 o e e POWs ~ sftam s shale tally aaw seraslonse Sandy OoIxYMw 10 Lirtwabne Fe Cited by: Coordinates The geography of Egypt relates to two regions: North Africa and Southwest Egypt has coastlines on the Mediterranean Sea, the River Nile, and the Red Sea.

Egypt borders Libya to the west, the Gaza Strip to the northeast, and Sudan to the south.