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The Qatar Peninsula interrupts the east coast of Saudi Arabia in the southern part of the Persian Gulf ( Fig. 16.5.1). It has a coastline of about 550 km, and was formerly an island, connected to the mainland by the Holocene emergence of a low-lying saline isthmus.
KeywordsCoral Reef Sand Ridge Salt Dome Beach Ridge Marine Transgression
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