Saudi Arabia: An Environmental Overview

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CRC Press, 17.1.2008 - 332 sivua

A comprehensive overview of Saudi Arabia’s environment, this volume is a unique and authoritative text on the geological and environmental aspects of Saudi Arabia, a country about which little is known by the outside world. Saudi Arabia is a fascinating country with a long tradition of environmental awareness and sensitivity, pitted against some of the harshest environments on earth. The book brings together a wide range of published and unpublished material which will be of interest to environmental scientists, geologists, geographers and biologists. A comprehensive bibliography is included. This book will be indispensable for university courses dealing with the Middle East and arid zone environments as well as various regional/environmental courses.

 

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Chapter 1 An environment discovered
1
Chapter 2 The Kingdom
17
Chapter 3 Geological framework
45
Chapter 4 Climate and environmental change
67
Chapter 5 Hydrogeology and hydrology
95
Chapter 6 Geomorphology
117
Chapter 7 Biogeography
163
Chapter 8 Soils and soil erosion
189
Chapter 9 Environmental impacts and hazards
215
Chapter 10 Environmental protection regulation and policy
247
References
281
Index
299
Back cover
311
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Dr Peter Vincent has spent the last thirty years teaching Physical Geography at Lancaster University, UK. Since 1983 he has visited Saudi Arabia more or less on an annual basis and, in close collaboration with the Saudi Geological Survey, has visited all parts of the Kingdom. He has a particular interest in arid zone geomorphology.

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