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Amman

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Jordanien / Amman

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Referenz- und Quellangaben, Literatur

Literatur:

  • Powell, J.H. (1989). Stratigraphy and Sedimentology of the Phanerozoic Rocks in Central and Southern Jordan. Bull. 11, Geology Directorate, Natural Resources Authority (Ministry of Energy and Mineral resources) Amman, Part B: Kurnub, Ajlun and Belqa Group, 161 S.
  • L-HARITHI, T. (1990): Santonian Foraminifera from the Abdoun surface section, central Jordan. N.Jb. Geol. Paläont., Mh. (9): 513-24.
  • AHMAN, F. & A. AL-HAMMAD (2002): Oysters and echinoids from the Naur Formation (late Aptian-early Cenomanian) of central Jordan. N. Jb.Geol. Paläont., Mh. 8: 449-64.
  • Techer, I. et al. (2006). Propagation of high-alkaline fluids in an argillaceous formation: case study of the Khushaym Matruk natural analogue (Central Jordan). J. Geoch. Exploration. 90, 53-67.
  • Elie, M. et al: (2007). Cementation of kerogen-rich marls by alkaline fluids released during weathering of thermally metamorphosed marly sediments. Part II: Organic matter evolution, magnetic susceptibility and metals (Ti, Cr, Fe) at the Khushaym Matruck natural analogue (central Jordan). Applied Geochemistry. 22, 1311-28.
  • Fourcade, S. et al. (2007). Cementation of kerogen-rich marls by alkaline fluids released during weathering of thermally metamorphosed marly sediments. Part I: Isotopic (C, O) study of the Khushaym Matruk natural analogue (central Jordan). Applied Geoch. 22, 1293-1310.
  • Powell, J.H. and Moh’d, B.K. (2011). Evolution of Cretaceous to Eocene alluvial and carbonate platform sequences in central and south Jordan. GeoArabia. 16, 29-82.
  • Khoury, H. (2014). Geochemistry of surcial uranium deposits from central Jordan. Jordan J. Earth and Environm. Sciences (JJEES). 3, 11-22.
  • Khoury, H., Salameh, E., and Clark, I. (2014). Mineralogy and origin of surcial uranium deposits hosted in travertine and calcrete from central Jordan. Applied Geoch. 43, 49- 65.
  • Anna-Lena Punken (2014). Atoms for Conflict? Security Policy Implications of Conflicts linked to the Nuclear Energy Program of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. Master Thesis, Univ. Hamburg.
  • Samer Hmoud (2015). An Integrative Approach for Modeling Surficial Uranium Deposits at Central Jordan, Siwaqa Area. Master Thesis, Univ. Alberta (Can.).
  • Abzalov, M.Z., A. van der Heyden, A. Saymeh & M. Abuqudaira (2015). Geology and metallogeny of Jordanian uranium deposits. Appl. Earth Science, Vol.124, Nr.2.
  • Xoubi, N. (2015). Evaluation of Uranium Concentration in Soil Samples of Central Jordan. Minerals 2015, 5(2), 133-141. https://doi.org/10.3390/min5020133
  • Khoury, H., Kokh, S., Sokol, E., Likhacheva, A., Seryotkin, Y., and Belogub, E. (2016). Ba- and Sr-mineralization of fossil fish bones from metamorphosed Belqa Group sediments, central Jordan, Arabian J. Geosciences 9, 461.

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