The Red Sea

The Formation, Morphology, Oceanography and Environment of a Young Ocean Basin

  • Najeeb M.A. Rasul
  • Ian C.F. Stewart

Part of the Springer Earth System Sciences book series (SPRINGEREARTH)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-ix
  2. Najeeb M. A. Rasul, Ian C. F. Stewart, Zohair A. Nawab
    Pages 1-28
  3. Enrico Bonatti, Anna Cipriani, Luca Lupi
    Pages 29-44
  4. Neil C. Mitchell
    Pages 123-133
  5. Robert Reilinger, Simon McClusky, Abdullah ArRajehi
    Pages 135-149
  6. Ghebrebrhan Ogubazghi, Berhe Goitom
    Pages 161-173
  7. Sigurjón Jónsson, Wenbin Xu
    Pages 175-186
  8. Martin Hovland, Håkon Rueslåtten, Hans Konrad Johnsen
    Pages 187-203
  9. Peter Feldens, Neil C. Mitchell
    Pages 205-218
  10. Mark Schmidt, Radwan Al-Farawati, Reiner Botz
    Pages 219-233
  11. Hjalmar Thiel, Ludwig Karbe, Horst Weikert
    Pages 251-266
  12. David T. Pugh, Yasser Abualnaja
    Pages 317-328
  13. Amy S. Bower, J. Thomas Farrar
    Pages 329-342
  14. Fazal Ahmad, Alaa M. A. Albarakati
    Pages 355-361
  15. Mohamed Sultan, Saleh Sefry, Mazen AbuAbdallah
    Pages 363-377
  16. Abbas M. Mansour, Hashem A. Madkour
    Pages 379-393
  17. Agnese Mancini, Islam Elsadek, Magdy A. N. El-Alwany
    Pages 551-565
  18. Amany A. Ismael
    Pages 567-583
  19. Ahmed S. M. Khalil
    Pages 585-597
  20. Back Matter
    Pages 615-638

About this book


This book presents a broad overview of the current state of knowledge regarding the Red Sea, from its geological formation and oceanographic development to the environmental influences on its ecology and the changes it is experiencing due to the rapid development of its coastlines and role as one of the world’s major transport routes. The book gathers invited contributions from researchers with an interest in the geology, geophysics, oceanography and environment of the Red Sea, while also providing comprehensive new data and a complete review of the literature. It will be of interest not only to researchers actively studying the sea and its surroundings, but will also appeal to all those involved in planning and managing the Red Sea, its environment, its resources and the countries which rely on its existence.


Environment Geology Geophysics Oceanography Red Sea

Editors and affiliations

  • Najeeb M.A. Rasul
    • 1
  • Ian C.F. Stewart
    • 2
  1. 1.Saudi Geological Survey Center for Marine GeologyJeddahSaudi Arabia
  2. 2.Stewart Geophysical Consultants Pty. Ltd.AdelaideAustralia

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