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The structure, isostasy and gravity field of the Levant continental margin and the southeast Mediterranean area
A 3-D layered structure of the Levant and the southeastern Mediterranean lithospheric plates was constructed using interpretations of seismic measurements and borehole data. Structural maps of threeExpand
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Flood basalts, continental breakup and the dispersal of Gondwana: evidence for periodic migration of upwelling mantle flows (plumes)
The present study used igneous provinces, mainly continental flood volcanics or oceanic plateaus, at times associated with regional updoming, major rifting and continental breakup, together with itsExpand
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40Ar/39Ar and K–Ar geochronology of Berriasian–Hauterivian and Cenomanian tectonomagmatic events in northern Israel: implications for regional stratigraphy
Ar/ 39 Ar and K-Ar ages of whole rock and mineral separates from the Mount Hermon region accurately constrain the time span of the first Early Cretaceous tectonomagmatic event (''Tayasir Volcanics'';Expand
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Synchronous magmatic cycles during the fragmentation of Gondwana: radiometric ages from the Levant and other provinces
Abstract Reliable and acceptable radiometric ages (mainly 40Ar/39Ar) of igneous whole rocks from the Levant, representing non-orogenic igneous provinces, together with six igneous provinces ofExpand
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40Ar/39Ar dating of the Aptian–Albian igneous rocks in Makhtesh Ramon (Negev, Israel) and its stratigraphic implications
Ar/ 39 Ar and K-Ar ages of whole rock samples and kaersutite (amphibole) crystals obtained from basanite and tephrite flows, lava lake series and pyroclastic rocks in Makhtesh Ramon (central Negev,Expand
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Stratigraphic, geochronologic, and paleomagnetic constraints on Late Cretaceous volcanism in northern Israel
Late Cretaceous volcanism in northern Israel is represented by basaltic pyroclastics and lavas at two adjacent localities at Mount Carmel and the Umm el Fahm area. Four Cenomanian and one SenonianExpand
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History of faulting and magmatism in the Galilee (Israel) and across the Levant continental margin inferred from potential field data
Abstract The Galilee study area, northern Israel, is at present an uplifted, steep continental margin that formed mainly during the Jurassic and has a large positive isostatic anomaly. Since theExpand
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The age of the latest precambrian volcanism in southern israel, northeastern sinai and southwestern jordan - a re-evaluation
Abstract By regrouping late Precambrian volcanic rocks, originally dated by Bielski in southern Israel and northeastern Sinai, and by Lenz et al. in southwestern Jordan, to individual sites, betterExpand
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Top of the crystalline basement in the Levant
[1] A structural map of depth to the top of the crystalline basement has been constructed for the Middle East continental and marine terrains by reviewing available relevant information on the LevantExpand
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Continental transform–rift interaction adjacent to a continental margin: The Levant case study
Abstract The propagation and geometry of plate-bounding faults such as the Dead Sea Transform (DST) are strongly related to interactions between major pre-existing fault systems and adjacentExpand
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