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Geodynamics and sedimentation of the Red Sea-Gulf of Aden rift system
|Statement||edited by E.R. Philobbos and B.H. Purser.|
|Series||Special publication,, no. 1, Special publication (Jamʻīyah al-Zhiyūlūzhīyah al-Miṣrīyah) ;, no. 1.|
|Contributions||Philobbos, E. R., Purser, B. H.|
|LC Classifications||QE606.5.R43 G46 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||456 p. :|
|Number of Pages||456|
|LC Control Number||96960522|
Red Sea Basin Province as part of a program to assess the recov-erable oil and gas resources of priority basins around the world. The Red Sea Basin Province encompasses the Red Sea, Gulf of Suez, Gulf of Aqaba, and adjacent coastal areas (fig. 1), an area of about . The Gulf of Aqaba is considered as an interesting rift system. Therefore, it is important to understand the crustal features and thickness variation along the Gulf; to be able to evaluate the effect of tectonic activities in shaping the Gulf. The obtained data were used to estimate the reliable empirical relations between the Bouguer anomalies (ΔgB) and crustal thickness (Hc) in the Gulf of.
1 Introduction. During Late Triassic to Early Jurassic times the Western Tethys was characterized by extensional tectonics related to the westward progression of the Tethys rift system that culminated with the multiphase breakup of Pangea [e.g., Ziegler, ; Dercourt et al., ; Ricou, ].Permian (Zechstein) and Late Triassic (Keuper) evaporites and evaporite‐bearing sediments were. of the tectonic evolution of the Red Sea-Gulf of Aden area. 1. INTRODUCTION Early palaeomagnetic results from the Aden region appeared to be highly consistent with a dilational origin of the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden (Irving & Tarling I96I), and the more recent.
A modern example of a rift system that has led to the development of continental separation, connation of oce- anic crust, and a divergent plate boundary is the East African Red Sea, Gulf of Aden rift system. Studies in this region have produced good, yet still incomplete, un- derstanding of the evolution of a divergent plate- boundary system. The Danakil Depression lies at the northern end of the Afar region in north Ethiopia; this position marks the triple junction between the Nubian, Somalian, and Arabian plates, as well as the Danakil microplate, which are diverging due to extension in the Red Sea, Gulf of Aden, and East African rifts (Figure 1, e.g., Stab et al., ; Tesfaye.
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The work is arranged in eight sections: following a review of the sedimentology and stratigraphy of rift basins, the magmatism and structural evolution of the Red Sea - Gulf of Aden rift is reviewed. Subsequently, new case studies are presented of the early rifting environment, syn-rift sedimentation, tectonics and diagenesis, evaporites and.
Sedimentation and Tectonics in Rift Basins: Red Sea - Gulf of Aden presents new case studies and synthesises the results of recent research on the sedimentological evolution of the Red Sea - Gulf of Aden rift system. This rift basin is generally regarded as the best natural geological laboratory in the world in which to study the processes of rift formation.
XV on Red Sea rifting, opening and sedimentation R. Rihm and C.H. Henke 27 SECTION A. INTRODUCTION A1. Organization and scientific contributions in sedimentation and tectonics of rift basins: Red Sea-Gulf of Aden B.H. Purser and D.W.J. Bosence 3 Significance of the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden as a natural laboratory for rift basin studies, 3.
Evolution of the Red Sea—Gulf of Aden Rift System Gass, I.G.,Magmatic and tectonic processes in the development of th e Afro-Ara bian Dome, in A. Pilger. from book Sedimentation and Tectonics in Rift Basins Red Sea: Gulf of Aden (pp) Sedimentation and Tectonics in Rift Basins Red Sea: Gulf of Aden.
The Red Sea is a natural laboratory for continental breakup processes at an embryonic stage whereas the North and South Atlantic oceans correspond to a more developed system of divergent margin basins, in which the tectonic plates in advanced stages of drifting (Mohriak and Leroy, ).Surprisingly, there are only a few works focused on rift architecture and salt tectonics of the Red Sea.
The Gulf of Aden and Red Sea basins tectonically link through Afar ().The geometry of this connection is dramatically illustrated by compilations of seismicity (Fig. 2; e.g., Ambraseys et al.,Hofstetter and Beyth, ).The Red Sea rift initially included the present Gulf of Suez and the Bitter Lakes and Nile Delta region on the continental margin of North Africa (Bosworth and McClay.
Onset of rifting, and flooding by marine waters, occurred in the late Oligocene in the Gulf of Aden and southern Red Sea. The northern part of the Red Sea may have been a largely continental rift at this initial stage, but continued rifting established marine conditions throughout the system.
of the total rift system: the Gulf of Aden, Afar, the Red Sea, and the Gulfs of Suez and Aqaba. We brieﬂy review the present understanding of this greater Red Sea–Gulf of Aden rift system and present a synthesis of its tectonic development over the past 31 My.
We use the geologic time scale of Gradstein et al. () for Series/Epoch and Stage. In: Philobbos ER, Purser BH (eds) Geodynamics and sedimentation of the Red Sea-Gulf of Aden rift system. Geological Society of Egypt, Special Publication, vol 1, pp – Google Scholar Pivnik DA, Ramzy M, Steer B, Thorseth J, El Sisi Z, Gaafar I, Garing J, Tucker R () Episodic growth of normal faults as recorded by syntectonic.
Sediments of Palaeozoic, Mesozoic and early Palaeogene ages experienced a similar geological history in Ethiopia, Yemen and Somalia. During the late Eocene, however, uplift and differential erosion took place, prior to rift development in the middle Oligocene, when the proto‐Gulf of Aden.
The well control, however, has helped to refine the syn- and Marine and Petroleum Geology,Vol 9, October Hydrocarbon potential of Red Sea-Gulf of Aden: Z. post-rift stratigraphy in a similar manner to that for the Red Sea and to introduce additional new nomenclature or revised age ranges of earlier utilized nomenclature (Haitham.
Along the margins of the Red Sea these lavas are up to m thick (e.g. Wolfenden et al, ). Sea floor spreading in the Gulf of Aden begun about 16Ma and about 4Ma in the Red Sea (e.g. Baker et al ). With the East African Rift System, the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden form the Afar triple junction.
Abstract. The area discussed in this chapter extends from Ras el Hadd along the southeastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula to Bab el Mandab at the entrance of the Red Sea, and the Horn of Africa from its connection with the Red Sea to the eastern tip of the Socotra archipelago (Fig.
‘The Region’ includes the Red Sea, Gulf of Aqaba, Gulf of Suez and Suez Canal to its end on the Mediterranean; it also includes the Gulf of Aden in conformity with the boundaries stated in Article 2 of the Convention. ‘Concerned Authority’ means the authority designated by each Contracting.
Geodynamics Group, Department of Oceanography, Dalhousie University Halifax (Nova Scotia), B3H 4J1, Canada Evolution of the Red Sea—Gulf of Aden Rift System. Author(s) William Bosworth; William Bosworth Sedimentation on Divergent Margins.
The Afar depression, the only emerged R-R-R triple junction on Earth, is a type-locale for such structures (Fig. 1).It marks the juncture between the Red Sea, Gulf of Aden, and Main Ethiopian. Bill Bosworth & Kevin Burke: Evolution of the Red Sea-Gulf of Aden Rift System.
In: Gulf Coast Assoc. ies 25th Ann. Bob Perkins Research conf.:Petroleum systems of divergent Continental Margin basins. P Here is the list of Red Sea and Gulf of Aden marine charts and fishing maps available on iBoating: Persian / Arabian Gulf & Red Sea Marine & Fishing charts app now supports multiple plaforms including Android, iPhone/iPad, MacBook, and Windows/PC based Marine Navigation App provides advanced features of a Marine Chartplotter including adjusting water level.
The seismically and volcanically active East African Rift System is an ideal laboratory for continental break-up processes: it encompasses all stages of rift development. Its northernmost sectors within the Afar volcanic province include failed rifts, nascent sea-floor spreading, and youthful passive continental margins associated with one or.
This paved the way to the recognition of the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden as part of the world rift system. Rothe's map was updated by Girdler (Ia) using I.S.S., U.S.C.G.S. and B.C.I.S. data while the more detailed seismicity and structure of the Red Sea were discussed by Drake & Girdler (i).The maximum negative deviation of SST from the climatological mean in the Red Sea, Gulf of Aden, Gulf of Kutch, and Gulf of Khambhat was inowing to the negative IOD.
During the SIM, the influence of El Niño of –,and and La Niña of and could be seen on the SST anomalies of the eastern and the.Character and genesis of Proterozoic shear zone-hosted gold deposits in Borborema Province, northeast Brazil Coutinho, M.
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