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My facebook photos and comments during four years

 During four years many photos are upload in the   my Facebook pages and accounts, these photos are related to the structure of Kurdistan, sedimentary structures of Kurdistan and  nature of Kurdistan  terrains and lands in addition to some other issues. These photos and associated comments are very important for understanding  a Kurdish academicians  or eastern people affair and activities. I called these photos and activities  “My life Book”   To see the pdf copy of my life book, open this link:  http://kurdistan-geology.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/kamal-face-book-photos-and-comments-revised.pdf … Read entire article »

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Geology of Iraq

Geology of Iraq and Kurdistan region Geology of Iraq and Kurdistan region is consist pat of lectures given to students of the forth years before several years which mainly depends on field work with the aids of the books of other geologists that concerned with the same topics. These lectures are  published in my web site as PDF file and during these years it was seen by thousands of visitors to my site.  Due to high popularity, it renewed and  improved linguistically and scientifically. The lectures are deal with the geology of Iraq and Kurdistan during Cretaceous and Tertiary.  The tectonics, stratigraphy, boundary condition, environment of the formation are described. The part of the Jurassic needs … Read entire article »

Association of rudists and red clastics in Aqra Formation, Mawat area,

Association of rudists and red clastics in Aqra Formation, Mawat area,

Association of rudists and red clastic facies in the upper part of Aqra Formation, Mawat area, Kurdistan Region, NE Iraq    By: Kamal haji Karim, and Polla Azad Khanaqa Published in:   Arabian Journal of Geoscience,  Springer, 2014,   Abstract In Mawat area, the Late Maastrichtian Aqra Formation (or lens) is located in the upper part of the Tanjero Formation (Lower–Middle Maastrichtian) and overlain by Red … Read entire article »

Valleys asymmerty of Zagros Mountain Ranges, Kurdistan Region, Northeast Iraq

Valleys asymmerty of Zagros Mountain Ranges, Kurdistan Region, Northeast Iraq

      Effect of the Sun Radiation on the Asymmetry of Valleys in Iraqi Zagros Mountain Belt (Kurdistan Region)                                                                                         Kamal H. Karim  , Varoujan K. Sissakian, Nadhir Al-Ansari ; Sven Knutsson    Published  in:  Accepted for publication in   Journal of Earth Sciences and Geotechnical Engineering, ABSTRACT       The geomorphological feature of the valley’s asymmetry is described in the Western Zagros in Iraqi … Read entire article »

FIRST DETERMINATION OF RUDISTS (BIVALVIA) FROM IRAQI KURDISTAN, MAWAT AND CHWARTA AREAS

FIRST DETERMINATION OF RUDISTS (BIVALVIA) FROM IRAQI KURDISTAN, MAWAT AND CHWARTA AREAS

  FIRST DETERMINATION OF RUDISTS (BIVALVIA) FROM NE IRAQ:SYSTEMATIC PALAEONTOLOGY AND PALAEOBIOGEOGRAPHY    BY: Sacit ÖZER , Kamal Haji KARIM  and Dereen Mohamad SADIQ   Published in : Bulletin of MTA (2013) 147: 31-55 (Bulletin of the Mineral Research and Exploration of Turkey) Received: 01.03.2013Accepted: 23.07.2013,Published: December 2013   ABSTRACT The Maastrichtian Aqra Formation around Mawat-Chwarta (Sulaimaniya city) in NE Iraq consists mainly of coarse grained detrital … Read entire article »

The significance diachronous age as an indicator of the southeast advance of the Zagros orogenic belt during Campanian

The significance   diachronous age as an indicator of the southeast advance of the Zagros orogenic belt during Campanian

  The significance   diachronous age as an indicator of the southeast advance of the Zagros orogenic belt during Campanian, NE Iraq Kamal H. Karim Dept. of Geology, Science College, Sulemanyia University, Sulemanyia, Iraq. Rabeea K. Znad and  Omar A. Al-Badrani Dept. of Geology, Science College, Mosul University, Mosul, Iraq. Published in: Iraqi  Journal of Earth Science, Vol.31, no.2, 2013 (issued by Department of Geology, Mosul … Read entire article »

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