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New evidence of regressing and transgressing Jurassic siliciclastic coastlines : Dhruma Formation, northern central Arabia
The Middle Jurassic Dhruma carbonates are long known as a major hydrocarbon reservoir with massive proven reserves in Saudi Arabia and other Arabian-Gulf countries. Regional studies indicate that these hydrocarbon-rich carbonates are replaced laterally by siliciclastic deposits in northern and southern central Arabia. However, none of those studies provided knowledge on how these siliciclastic deposits were formed or can be correlated with their carbonate counterparts. Recently drilled shallowdoi:10.26153/tsw/10312 fatcat:zxcmdclosrfdvki6trtrb3lmmi