Geology of Iraq: a bibliography. by Ismail I.M. Kassab

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ContributionsKassab, I.I.M.
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LC ClassificationsQE 307.2 G345 1988 REF
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Pagination116 p.
Number of Pages116
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Princeton University Library One Washington Road Princeton, NJ USA () Published by DOLIN s.r.o. and distributed by The Geological Society. This book is written by 16 experienced geologists with first hand knowledge of the geology of Iraq and deals with all aspects of the country’s geology.

The aims of the book are to present a synthesis of the geological history of Iraq and a description of its economic geology, and to provide a key reference for both students. Geology of Iraq: Basic Principles Description of stratigraphy, tectonics and boundary conditions of the some Rock units in Iraq and Kurdistan during Cretaceous and Tertiary January DOI: - The Geology of Western Desert of Iraq, Baghdad, Iraq, /4/ - 4 th International conference on Iraqi oil studies, Basra, Iraq, /12/ - 3 rd GeoKurdistan scientific conference.

In the present study the ideal cycle of the Gercus Formation nearly same as later author, means Kassab and M.J. Abbas (Eds), Baghdad, p. Geology of Iraq. Published by Dolin, Prague and. OTHER PUBLICATIONS OTHER PUBLICATIONS Books in the Earth Sciences named being further subdivided against a This is a useful and timely quarterly corn- simple geographical subdivision.

The pendium, listing new and recent books, chronological/author list is also annotated for arranged alphabetically by author’s name, with each entry according to region of study, generalized.

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Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 60 (): Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam -- Printed in The Netherlands Short communication PALYNOSTRATIGRAPHY OF UNIT 1 OF THE CRETACEOUS SUWAIS RED BEDS, CHOARTA, NORTH EAST IRAQ T.K.

AL-AMERI and B.N. KHOSHABA Department of Geology, College of Sciences, University of Salahaddin, Arbil (Iraq. ELSEVIER Earth-Science Reviews 40 () EARTH-SCIENCE REVIEWS An overview of the Tertiary geology and hydrogeology of the northern part of the Arabian Gulf region with special reference to Kuwait A.

Mukhopadhyay a*, J. Al-Sulailni a, E. Al-Awadi a, F. Al-Ruwaih b a Water Resources Division/ Hydrology Department, Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research, P.O. box. Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever Geology of Iraq: a bibliography.

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Profession: Professor in geology Address: Department of Geology/ School of Science / University of Sulaimani Email Address: @ (+) -Sulaimani - Kurdistan - Iraq. The Petroleum Geology of Iraq is a well-researched, informative and detailed book, compiled by experts, which will be of great assistance to anyone interested in petroleum exploration in this important region, and I would like to congratulate the authors for this tremendous effort.

References: Jassim, S.Z. and Goff, J.C., Geology of Iraq. The present study focused on a claimed basaltic succession located within the middle part of the Gercus Formation (Middle Eocene), 18 km to the northwest of Duhok City, in the eroded core of the Bekhair Anticline (Figs.

1 and 2).Kettanah and Kettanah and Bamarni found and studied this succession geochemically and petrographically, describing it as an Eocene basaltic intrusive body or sill.

All content in this area was uploaded by Ali Ismail Abdulla Al-Juboury on J.C. (): Geology of Iraq.- Dolin, Prague and Moravian Museum, Brno, p. Kassab. In the northeast Iraq, the Maastrichtian turbidite deposits, as a Tanjero Formation, consist of very thick succession of sandstones, conglomerates, and calcareous shales.

It deposited in a deep and coastal areas of the Early Zagros Foreland basin which is generated after the radiolarites and limestone obductions during Maastrichtian. The foreland basin was bounded from northeast by newly.

PDF | On Jan 1,Mohammed A Al-Hajj and others published Clay minerals of upper Cretaceous (Shiranish Formation) and lower Tertiary (Kolosh Formation) at selected sections from north Iraq.

Foreign Language Press: Distributed by China International Book Trading Corp** () J Kassab, Ismail I. Geology of Iraq: a bibliography (part).

[Baghdad, Iraq?]: Geological Society of Iraq, G() GJ v no.l Kelley, J. Draft generalized geologic map of the Chandler Lake quadrangle, north-central Alaska. Bulent Sonmezer, Murat Celiker, Selcuk Bas, An investigation on the evaluation of dynamic soil characteristics of the Elazig City through the 1-D equivalent linear site-response analysis, Bulletin of Engineering Geology and the Environment, /s, ().

The Iraqi Zagros Orogenic Belt includes two separate ophiolite belts, which extend along a northwest-southeast trend near the Iranian border. The outer belt shows ophiolite sequences and originated in the oceanic ridge or supra-subduction zone. The inner belt includes the Mawat complex, which is parallel to the outer belt and is separated by the Biston Avoraman block.

The middle-late Maastrichtian Tanjero Formation unconformably overlies the Campanian to Maastrichtian Shiranish Formation in the Suwais area in northeastern Iraq but these formations are conformable in the Mawat-Chwarta area (Fig.

2; Hassan et al., ; Karim et al., ).Both the Tanjero Formation and Red Beds unconformably overlie the Qulqula Formation radiolarites in the Qandil area.

The Regional Geology of Iraq. Vol. 1, Geol. Miner. Invest. Baghdad, Iraq, p. Hassan WF () The physio - chimical Characteristic of Sawa Lake Water in Samawa City –Iraq.

Marina Mesopotamica, Iraqi Meteorological Organization (I.M.O) () Climate data of recorded in Al-Sammwa station for period from ().

Moreover, during attending tens of scientific congresses in and out of Iraq, I'm also well acquainted in lecturing, besides being the Iraqi Representative in the Commission of Compilation of Geological Map of the World, I was use to give lectures about the Geology of Iraq to the other representatives of the commission.

Nineteen benthonic and planktonic foraminiferal zones and their subzones have been recognized in the Tethyan cretaceous successions along the four sections analyzed in the northwestern Zagros fold–thrust belt within the preforeland–foreland basin. A detailed micropaleontological investigation revealed eight benthonic zones from the Qamchuqa Formation (Barremian to Lower Early Cenomanian.

Dezful embayment in the south west of Iran is part of Zagros fold zone which despite the small area includes almost all of Iran oil production. Sarvak Formation with middle cretaceous (Albin-Turunin) is the second biggest reservoir of Zagros basin, after the Asmari formation.

In this study, with well logging data of two wells, by Geolog software, the petrophysical parameters of Sarvak.

Buday T () Regional Geology of Iraq: Vol. 1, Stratigraphy, I.I.M Kassab and S. Jassim (Eds) D. Geol. Surv. Min. Invest. Publ. p Google Scholar Ditmar V, Iraqi–Soviet Team () Geological conditions and hydrocarbon prospects of the Republic of Iraq (Northern and Central parts).

[1] This paper shows how the Turkish‐Iranian Plateau grows laterally by incrementally incorporating adjacent parts of the Zagros fold‐and‐thrust belt. The limit of significant, seismogenic, thrusting in the Zagros (M w > 5) occurs close to the regional m elevation seismicity cutoff is not a significant bedrock geology boundary.

Significance of angular unconformities between Cretaceous and Tertiary strata in the northwestern segment of the Zagros fold–thrust belt, Kurdistan Region, NE Iraq - Volume Issue - KAMAL H. KARIM, HEMIN KOYI, MUSHIR M. BAZIANY, KHALED HESSAMI.

MODIFICATION OF THE TIME-EXPANDED STRATIGRAPHIC COLUMN OF NORTH EAST IRAQ DURING CRETACEOUS AND. TERTIARY BY: Kamal Haji Karim Published in: Petroleum Geology of Iraq (First Symposium,AprilBaghdad, Abstract book, p Abstract The time expanded stratigraphic (time-stratigraphic or chronostratigraphic) column of Iraq was established in the fifties of.

Show Summary Details. Ph.D. thesis, Univ. Sulaimani, Iraq, ). Al-Barzinjy (unpub. Ph.D. thesis, Univ. Sulaimani, Iraq, ) considered that both the Red Bed Series and the Paleocene Kolosh Formation were deposited in a single large-scale foreland basin, which covered most of Iraq during Tertiary time.

The Mawat ophiolite, NE Iraq, is one of the Neo-Tethyan ophiolites within the Iraqi Zagros orogen. It consists of many metre-to kilometre-sized tectonic slices of serpentinized dunite, peridotite, gabbro, basaltic rocks and associated oceanic metasediments.

In this study, 13 different surface locations and 20 mud samples were collected during drilling, from one of the oil wells in the Kurdistan region of Iraq. The samples were taken at different well depths.

RAD7 technique was used for finding the radon concentration. The smallest values in soil and surface were ± and 16±Bq/m3 and the highest were + and ±Bq/m3.

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