An Introduction to Semigroup Theory (L.M.S. Monographs ; 7) by John M. Howie

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In regions such as Harrat Kishb the volcanism was bimodal and produced phonolitic lava domes and colees (Camp et al. 1992; Coleman and Gregory 1983). Harrat Kishb is also the region where abundant deep seated mantle and deep crustal-derived xenoliths (Fig. 3) are known in the eruptive products, including various peridotite lherzolite nodules (McGuire 1988). A similar trend is documented at the Harrat Hutaymah in the NW edge of the region of harrats of the Arabian peninsula (Thornber 1990). The volcanic fields are erupted over old lithospheric fragments that are composed of various Precambrian rocks.

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Among these harrats, the largest (both in eruptive volume and surface area) is Harrat Ash Shaam (Fig. 1), which covers an area of 50,000 km2 (Al Kwatli et al. 2012; Ibrahim et al. 2003; Ilani et al. 2001; Shaw et al. 2003; Trifonov et al. 2011; Weinstein et al. 2006). While Harrat Ash Shaam is the largest harrat in the Arabian post-30 Ma volcanic regions, the majority of its area is outside of the territory of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. In addition this harrat is difficult to access and no geoheritage studies have been performed on it; therefore, it is not included in this work.

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