H. Al-Zubi

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Approximately 90% of the upper crust exposed in southern Jordan is composed of intrusive rocks of latest Neoproterozoic age, grouped into two major subdivisions: the Aqaba (600–640 Ma) and the Araba (560–600 Ma) complexes. The Aqaba complex comprises several suites that range in composition from gabbro to high silica granite (45–80% SiO 2) and follow a(More)
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