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Republic of the Sudan, Ministry of Energy and Mining, Authority for Geological Research in collaboration with Portsmouth Polytechnic, Dept. of Geology (1986)
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Upper Nile Basin (Sudan trough). Chad, Doba-Doseo (Chari), and lullemmeden (Niger) Basins. Benue trough Stratigraphy. Wells drilled in the basin interior are reported to have penetrated a continental and lacustrine clastic section approximately 4,000 m (13,000 ft) thick of Cretaceous and Tertiary age similar in lithology to that of the Chad and Doba-Doseo Basins.

Rift basins of southern and eastern Sudan. The Gezira and Atshan aquifers are recharged by water leakage from the Blue and White Nile, while the Gezira is recharged from the Gezira River

Rift basins of southern and eastern Sudan. The geology of Sudan formed primarily in the Precambrian, as igneous and metamorphic crystalline basement rock. Ancient terranes and inliers were intruded with granites, granitoids as well as volcanic rocks. The Gezira and Atshan aquifers are recharged by water leakage from the Blue and White Nile, while the Gezira is recharged from the Gezira River. The Um Ruwaba Formation, by contrast is also unconsolidated and sometimes several hundred meters thick, but recharges very slowly from rainwater, limiting its use to domestic production and livestock watering.

Blue Nile (Arabic: النيل الأزرق‎ an-Nīl al-ʾAzraq ) is one of the eighteen states of the Republic of Sudan. It was established by presidential decree nº 3 in 1992 and is named after the Blue Nile River

Blue Nile (Arabic: النيل الأزرق‎ an-Nīl al-ʾAzraq ) is one of the eighteen states of the Republic of Sudan. It was established by presidential decree nº 3 in 1992 and is named after the Blue Nile River. The region is host to around forty different ethnic groups. Its economic activity is based on agriculture and livestock and increasing mineral exploitation.

Petroleum Geology Bulletin Treatise of Petroleum Geology Atlas o. The Sudan floras are related to the AfricaSouth America floral province.

Petroleum Geology Bulletin Treatise of Petroleum Geology Atlas of. Oil and Gas Fields, pp. 177–197. Guiraud, . Bosworth, . 1997. The Nile presents a textbook case of discontinuous transmission of provenance signals along a segmented ultralong drainage system.

The geology of North America is a subject of regional geology and covers the North American continent, third-largest in the world. The divisions of regional geology are drawn in different ways, but are usually outlined by a common geologic history, geographic vicinity or political boundaries

Geology of Southern Blue Nile Province, Sudan, Bull. Acknowledgements Res. Authority Sudan, 32pp. We are grateful to the Ethiopian Institute of Geological Surveys for pro- Warden, .

Geology of Southern Blue Nile Province, Sudan, Bull. 1984: The Geological Evolution of NE-Branch viding all the necessary financial support to carry out this project. graphite beneficiation tests.

Belgian Mineral Exploration Project in Southern Sudan, Final Report, Kawokono Gold Deposit. Mineral Exploration of the Juba Area. Aluminum Geological and Geochemical Prospecting in the Wau-Deim Zubeir-Awada Area, Western Bahr El Ghazal State, Southern Sudan An Investigation of Hofrat En Nahas Copper Deposit, Southern Sudan Explanation of the Geological Map of Sudan. Feasibility Study, Kapoeta Cement Project, Geological Report, Exploration Campaign Mineral Resources of Kenya and Sudan and Issues Associated with their Sustainable.

The forests of the Upper Nile Province, 1862–1950. Sudan Notes, 33, pp. 113–128. Bousfield, L. (1919). Henderson, L. H. (1934). Prophylaxis of malaria in the Sudan with special reference to the use of plasmoquine. Med. Hy. 28, pp. 157–164. Malaria, with reference to (1) the danger of imported Anopheline insects, (2) an unusual breeding ground. 12, pp. 52–58. amp; Hall, T. F. (1945).