SUBSURFACE STRUCTURAL MAPPING OF GEBEL EL ZEIT AREA, SOUTHWESTERN GULF OF SUEZ RIFT USING BOGUER GRAVITY ANOMALY MAPS

Faculty Science Year: 2014
Type of Publication: ZU Hosted Pages:
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Journal: مجلة كلية العلوم مجلة كلية العلوم Volume:
Keywords : SUBSURFACE STRUCTURAL MAPPING , GEBEL , ZEIT AREA,    
Abstract:
The areas in/and around the Gulf of Suez are generally important due to their hydrocarbon resources. In this study, the downward continuation and first horizontal gradient techniques are applied to the Bouguer anomaly map of Gebel El-Zeit a
   
     
 
       

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