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Introduction to the Caves of Oman

Geology Guide
By: Samir S Hanna(Author), Mohamed Al-Belushi(Author), Anton McLachlan(Foreword By)
128 pages, 90 colour photos, 90 colour illustrations and colour maps
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Language: English

Caves of Oman provides important information on the geology and formation of caves. Within its 128 pages the authors emphasize the main features of every cave, so that Caves of Oman can be used as a guide for visitors and explorers. Ninety maps and graphics are included in addition to 90 photographs. It also provides information on cave formation which started millennia ago through the natural process of melting and eroding. Caves of Oman shows the significance of these underground treasures which should be carefully preserved as part of Oman's natural beauty.

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Geology Guide
By: Samir S Hanna(Author), Mohamed Al-Belushi(Author), Anton McLachlan(Foreword By)
128 pages, 90 colour photos, 90 colour illustrations and colour maps
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