Abstract

Israel is located between the Mediterranean Sea on the west and an almost continuous desert belt on the south and east; it is about 280 miles long and about 70 miles wide. Israel contains all the major characteristics of neighboring countries; coastal plains, mountain ranges, plateaus, and basins that culminate in the Rift Valley (Encyclopedia Judaica, Vol. 91972).

Keywords

Clay Petroleum Ductility Geophysics Flange 

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  • Jacob Gluck

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