Saleh Lazam

Saleh Lazam
Al Muthanna University · Department of Physics

Msc Geology

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15
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Introduction
MICROFACIES AND LITHOFACIES biostratigraphy petrography foraminifera historical geology fossils
Additional affiliations
January 2010 - May 2017
Al Muthanna University
Position
  • Lecturer
January 2001 - January 2011
marqib university
Position
  • libya
Description
  • lecturer -geology - stratigraphy- sedimentology - field geolo -petrology
September 1997 - November 2001
colleg of scince
Position
  • basrah university
Description
  • higher sutdies ....assistant resarch

Publications

Publications (15)
Poster
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ICARPAS 2021
Article
"Mineralogical, Petorographic Microfacies study has been done on (16) samples of Zahraa formation (Pliocene – Pleistocene) of outcrop in Surrounded Sawa Lake area. The mineralogical study showed that Calcite is the main mineral within the rock formation, whereas the upper rocks of Zahraa Formation consist silty or sandy claystone is dominant in the...
Article
Petorographic Microfacies study has been done 43 surface samples were collected for the paleontologically study; these samples include 10 sections (44 samples) of Dammam Formation (Eocene) in the, Southern Desert, Iraq. The study showed that This formation has been divided paleontologically into two members: In general the middle part of Dammam For...
Article
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Mineralogical & Petorographic Microfacies study has been done on (16) samples of Zahraa formation (Pliocene – Pleistocene) of outcrop in Surrounded Sawa Lake area. The mineralogical study showed that Calcite is the main mineral within the Zahraa rock formation, whereas the upper rocks of Zahraa Formation consist silty or sandy claystone is dominant...
Conference Paper
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The area involved in this study is part of Sirt basin, which is located in the north central part of Libya within the bounder's 27N-34N and 16E-23E. The study involves analysis of gravity data to delineate structures and faults and to locate any major structures. The produced Bouguer gravity map shows prominent NW-SE and N-NW trends. Isostatic res...

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