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Prof. Dr. Ibrahim A. Abbas

Professor - Department of Mathematics

Faculty of science

Address: Sohag University, Egypt.

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Publications Which contain the keyword: Nile Valley


2020-11-28 15:56:07 Keywords Eocene, Bivalvia, Nile Valley, ,
Elattaar, A. A. & Seddik, A. A. (2017): The Bivalve Fauna of the Eocene Succession of the Maghagha Area, East and West of the Nile Valley, Egypt. Egyptian Journal of Geology, 61:521-568, 3 text-figs, 3 tables, pls. 1-6.
Forty one bivalve species belonging to thirty one genera, twenty two families, sixteen superfamilies, six orders and three subclasses are identified from the Middle Eocene successions exposed in the Maghagha area, east and west of the Nile Valley. The bivalve fauna studied herein came from six sections, five of them are located on the eastern side of the Nile Valley ... Read more

2018-09-23 07:59:35 Keywords Red Breccias, Nile Valley, Iss,
Origin of post-Eocene Red Breccias (Brocatelli) around Sohag area, Nile Valley, Egypt
The post-Eocene Red Breccias (Brocatelli) outcropping around Sohag extend as a separate belt occupying the proximity of a fault-controlled escarpment. Based on the stratigraphic level and the textural characteristics these breccias are subdivided into three types, clearly separated by paleosol horizons. A- Red breccias 1; composed of massive and crushed deposits accumulated as fault breccias. Its distribution is structurally controlled. ... Read more

Sedimentology of Upper Pliocene-Pleistocene sediments of the Nile Valley area: A Model around Aulad Toq Sharq Environs, SE Sohag, Egypt
DISTRIBUTION AND FACIES CHANGES OF THE U. PLIOCENE-PLEISTOCENE SEDIMENTS IN THE AREA AROUND AULAD TOQ SHARQ EXHIBIT THREE DEPOSITIONAL MODES: 1: IN THE FIRST MODE, WHICH PROBABLY IN LATE PLIOCENE-EARLY PLEISTOCENE THE EARLIEST SEDIMENTATION WAS STARTED WITH FLOOD PLAIN FINE SILICICLASTICS (MADAMOUD FORMATION), FOLLOWED UPWARD BY ACCUMULATIONS OF RELATIVELY THICK TERRIGENOUS LACUSTRINE SEDIMENTS AT THE WEST, WHICH HAVE BEEN INTERFINGERED ... Read more

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