Free PDF download of GeoArabia papers and Special Publications. Experts and students are now able to access hundreds of studies by well known authors for their scientific research. No registration required!, just enter your name and email address.

Number 1

9-28 Stratigraphy, micropaleontology, and paleoecology of the Miocene Dam Formation, Qatar.
Hamad Al-Saad and Mohamed I. Ibrahim (University of Qatar)

31-44 Sequence stratigraphy of Oxfordian and Kimmeridgian shelf carbonate reservoirs, offshore Abu Dhabi.
Ahmed S. Al-Suwaidi, (Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company) and Sabah K. Aziz (Abu Dhabi National Oil Company)

47-78 A crustal transect across the Oman Mountains on the eastern margin of Arabia.
Ali I. Al-Lazki, Dogan Seber, Eric Sandvol and Muawia Barazangi (Cornell University)

81-100 Accurate reservoir characterization to reduce drilling risk in Khuff-C carbonate, Ghawar field, Saudi Arabia.
Shiv N. Dasgupta, Ming-Ren Hong and Ibrahim A. Al-Jallal (Saudi Aramco)

103-124 A review of the Pan-African evolution of the Arabian Shield.
Pierre Nehlig, Antonin Genna and Fawzia Asfirane (Bureau de Recherches Géologiques et Minières)

Enter your name and email address to download PDF files


Number 2

188-317 GEO 2002 Conference Abstracts

Enter your name and email address to download PDF files


Number 3

441-458 Quaternary development of the United Arab Emirates coast: new evidence from Marawah Island, Abu Dhabi.
Graham Evans (Southampton University), Anthony Kirkham (Technoguide) and Robert A. Carter (University College London)

461-500 High-resolution sequence stratigraphic architecture of the Barremian-Aptian carbonate systems in northern Oman and the United Arab Emirates Kharaib and Shu'aiba Formations.
Frans S.P. van Buchem, Bernard Pittet and Heiko Hillgärten (Institut Français du Pétrole), Jurgen Grötsch and A. Al-Mansouri (ADCO), Ian M. Billing, Henk H.J. Droste, Heiko Oterdoom and Mia van Steenwinkel (PDO)

503-538 Maximum flooding surfaces and sequence boundaries: comparisons between observations and orbital forcing in the Cretaceous and Jurassic (65-190 Ma).
Robley K. Matthews and Cliff Frohlich (R.K. Matthews and Associates)

541-598 Early to mid-Cretaceous mixed carbonate-clastic shelfal systems: examples, issues, and models from the Arabian Plate.
Roger B. Davies and David M. Casey (Neftex), Andrew D. Horbury Cambridge Carbonates), Peter R. Sharland (Neftex) and Michael D. Simmons (CASP)

Enter your name and email address to download PDF files


Number 4

657-672 A successful 3-D seismic survey over Bahrain Island.
Jean-Jacques Postel (Companie Générale de Géophysique), Abdul Nabi Mukhtar (Bahrain Petroleum Company) and Philippe Feugère (Companie Générale de Géophysique)

675-696 Chronostratigraphy, palynofacies, source-rock potential, and organic thermal maturity of Jurassic rocks from Qatar.
Mohamed I.A. Ibrahimand Hamad Al-Saad (University of Qatar) and Suzan E. Kholeif (National Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries, Alexandria)

699-718 Sequence stratigraphy, biostratigraphy and paleontology of the (Maastrichtian-Paleocene) Aruma Formation in outcrop in Saudi Arabia.
Jean M. Philip (Université de Provence), Jack Roger and Denis Vaslet (Bureau de Recherches Géologiques et Minières), Fabrizio Cecca (Université de Provence), Silvia Gardin (Université de Paris VI) and Abdullah M.S. Memesh (Ma'aden)

721-730 A possible Albian impact crater at Murshid, Southern Oman.
Bruce Levell, Pascal Richard and Folco Hoogendijk (Petroleum Development Oman)

734-744 Essay: applied cyclo-stratigraphy for the Middle East E&P industry.
Joerg Mattner and Moujahed Al-Husseini (GeoArabia)

Enter your name and email address to download PDF files


Gulf PetroLink owns the copyright of the contents of GeoArabia, the Journal of Middle East Petroleum Geosciences, and its Special Publications that are available in this website or other websites, such as ResearchGate. These publications may be downloaded free of any charges by any party for non-commercial purposes. Unauthorized commercial use of these publicaton is strictly forbidden.

Go to top