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  1. Saudi Arabia in Pictures (Visual Geography. Second Series) by Catherine Broberg, 2002-09
  2. Saudi Arabia in Pictures (Visual Geography. Second Series)
  3. Transnational domestication: state power and Indonesian migrant women in Saudi Arabia [An article from: Political Geography] by R. Silvey, 2004-03-01
  4. Saudi Arabia (Routledge Studies in Physical Geography & Environment) by Peter Vincent,
  5. Saudi Arabia (Modern Middle East Nations and Their Strategic Place in the World) by Susan Katz Keating, 2003-05
  6. Saudi Arabia (Creation of the Modern Middle East) by Heather Lehr Wagner, 2002-08
  7. Saudi Arabia: A Case Study in Development by Fouad Al-Farsy, 1986-07
  8. Saudi Arabia (Countries in the News) by Cath Senker, 2006-10-26
  9. Flora of Eastern Saudi Arabia (Studies in the Flora of Saudi Arabia, No 1) by James Mandaville, 1991-01-24
  10. Saudi Arabia (Countries) by Bob Italia, 2002-09
  11. Rashid of Saudi Arabia (How They Live Now) by Zahra Freeth, 2001-12
  12. Saudi Arabia (Countries: Faces and Places) by Bob Temple, 2000-10
  13. Saudi Arabia in the News: Past, Present, And Future (Middle East Nations in the News) by David Schaffer, 2006-10
  14. Merged remotely sensed data for geomorphological investigations in deserts: examples from central Saudi Arabia.: An article from: The Geographical Journal by Farhan Al-Juaidi, Andrew C. Millington, et all 2003-06-01

81. Saudi Arabia - General Information
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Gen. Info. Industry Steel Links Steel News Ports ... Transnational Issues Saudi Arabia Introduction Top of Page Background: In 1902 Abdul al-Aziz Ibn SAUD captured Riyadh and set out on a 30-year campaign to unify the Arabian peninsula. In the 1930s, the discovery of oil transformed the country. Following Iraq's invasion of Kuwait in 1990, Saudi Arabia accepted the Kuwaiti royal family and 400,000 refugees while allowing Western and Arab troops to deploy on its soil for the liberation of Kuwait the following year. A burgeoning population, aquifer depletion, and an economy largely dependent on petroleum output and prices are all major governmental concerns. Saudi Arabia Geography Top of Page Location: Middle East, bordering the Persian Gulf and the Red Sea, north of Yemen Geographic coordinates: 25 00 N, 45 00 E Map references: Middle East Area: total: 1,960,582 sq km
land: 1,960,582 sq km
water: sq km Area - comparative: slightly more than one-fifth the size of the US Land boundaries: total: 4,415 km

82. FAQ Geography
A It is true that a large part of saudi arabia is desert, not only the great sand A The name of the capital city of saudi arabia means gardens.
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A: It is true that a large part of Saudi Arabia is desert, not only the great sand deserts such as the largest in the world, the famous Rub Al-Khali or Empty Quarter that covers most of the southern part of the country, but the wastelands of the rocky plateaus, gravel plains, and salt flats. In the west, however, there are mountain ranges running the full length of the Red Sea. Since there is high rainfall in the southwest, the escarpment in the Asir, Al-Baha and Jizan provinces is green and tree-clad, and the slopes are covered with terraces where for thousands of years farmers have grown a wide range of crops. Q: What is the Empty Quarter?
A: The Empty Quarter (Rub Al-Khali) is the largest sand desert in the world and occupies much of southern Saudi Arabia, bordering on Yemen, Oman and the Emirates. Most of it consists of massive rolling sand dunes, but to the west there are gravel plains that rise towards the mountains of the Asir, and to the east there are salt pans, near the Arabian Gulf. Oases are few, and movement has always been difficult. Oil has been found in its northeastern corner. Q: Is the Empty Quarter in Saudi Arabia really empty?

83. Saudi Arabia :: Term Papers, Essays - Free Summary Of Research Paper #58154
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  • Paper #058154 :: Saudi Arabia - Buy and instantly download this paper now An overview of Saudi Arabia's economy, geography, and political situation and the role Islamic law has in these factors. 2,541 words, 4 sources, MLA, $ 66.95 USD Paper Summary: From the Paper: "The first establishments of Saudi Arabia lied along the Arabian Peninsula in the early 18th century. The Middle East, of which Saudi Arabia lies, is the birthplace of civilization. Pioneers of the era set the stage for the climb of civilization in countries such as Babylon, Nineveh and Egypt through the early development of farming communities, developing agriculture, trading and the invention of writing. Evidence shows that trading along the Fertile Crescent (stretches from present-day Iraq to Turkey), as well as with Egypt and the Roman Empire, dates back to 3000 B.C. Early trade merchandise includes limited agricultural products, spices, textiles, gold and frankincense. Although Saudi Arabia experienced significant development in a short period, the country's most remarkable growth was during the 1930s due to oil discovery (Royal, 1)."
  • 84. Saudi Arabia-THE FLAG
    geography. The Kingdom of saudi arabia, with an area of about 865000 squaremiles, occupies the bulk of the arabian Peninsula, located in the southwest of
    GEOGRAPHY: The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, with an area of about 865,000 square miles, occupies the bulk of the Arabian Peninsula, located in the southwest of Asia. Saudi Arabia lies at the crossroads of three continents - Europe, Asia and Africa. It extends from the Red Sea in the west to the Arabian Gulf in the east. To the north, it borders on Jordan, Iraq and Kuwait, and to the south, on Yemen and Oman. To the east lie the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Bahrain. Saudi Arabian's terrain is varied but on the whole fairly barren and harsh, with salt flats, gravel plains and sand dunes and only a few lakes or permanent streams. In the south is the Rub Al-Khali (Empty Quarter), the largest sand desert in the world. In the southwest, the mountain ranges of Asir Province rise to over 9,000 feet. Understanding Islam Saudi Arabia About Me This page was created by Abdulrahman Al-Motrif Updated on May 6, 1997

    85. Geography Of Saudi Arabia -- Facts, Info, And Encyclopedia Article
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    (Click link for more info and facts about Southwest Asia) Southwest Asia , largest country of (A peninsula between the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf; strategically important for its oil resources) Arabia , bordering the (A shallow arm of the Arabian Sea between Iran and the Arabian peninsula; the Persian Gulf oil fields are among the most productive in the world) Persian Gulf and the (A long arm of the Indian Ocean between northeast Africa and Arabia; linked to the Mediterranean at the north end by the Suez Canal) Red Sea , north of (A republic on the southwestern shores of the Arabian Peninsula on the Indian Ocean; formed in 1990) Yemen . Considered to be one of the fifteen states that comprise the so-called " (Click link for more info and facts about Cradle of Humanity) Cradle of Humanity
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    It borders (A republic in the Middle East in western Asia; the ancient civilization of Mesopotamia was in the area now known as Iraq; modern government is involved in state-sponsored terrorism) Iraq (An Arab kingdom in southwestern Asia on the Red Sea) Jordan (An Arab kingdom in Asia on the northwestern coast of the Persian Gulf; a major source of petroleum) Kuwait (A strategically located monarchy on the southern and eastern coasts of the Arabian Peninsula; the economy is dominated by oil) Oman (An Arab country on the peninsula of Qatar; achieved independence from the United Kingdom in 1971; the economy is dominated by oil) Qatar (An island country in the Persian Gulf off the coast of Saudi Arabia; oil revenues funded progressive programs until reserves were exhausted in 1970s) Bahrain , the (A federation of seven Arab emirates on the eastern Arabian peninsula; achieved independence from the United Kingdom in 1971; rich in oil reserves)

    87. Geography Of Saudi Arabia
    Volcano Live geography of saudi arabia. saudi arabia geography of saudi arabia Copyright John Seach.
    Volcano Live Geography of Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia Geographic coordinates 25 N, 45 E Location Middle East, bordering the Persian Gulf and the Red Sea, north of Yemen Terrain mostly uninhabited, sandy desert; extensive coastlines on Persian Gulf and Red Sea provide great leverage on shipping (especially crude oil) through Persian Gulf and Suez Canal Highest Point Jabal Sawda' 3,133 m Natural hazards frequent sand and dust storms Volcanic Activity Dormant volcanoes
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    88. Saudi Arabia: Map, History And Much More From
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    A country occupying most of the Arabian Peninsula. Inhabited since ancient times by nomadic Semitic tribes, the region was consolidated under Muhammed, who established a theocratic state at Medina and gained control of all Arabia by 630. After the caliphate was moved from Medina to Damascus in 661, the peninsula remained fragmented until most of it was united in the 18th century under the Saud family, who adopted the Wahhabi form of Islam. Crushed by Egyptian and Ottoman opposition in the 19th century, Saudi forces reconquered the peninsula in the early 20th century. The unified kingdom of Saudi Arabia was created in 1932 as an absolute monarchy under Wahhabi law. Oil was discovered in 1932 and soon became the mainstay of the economy. Riyadh is the capital and the largest city. Population: 25,700,000 . Sau di or Sau di A·ra bi·an var tcdacmd="cc=edu;dt";

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    90. Saudi Arabia : CTI Centre For Geography, Geology And Meteorology
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  • 93. Saudi Arabia - Definition Of Saudi Arabia In Encyclopedia
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    The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is a country on the Arabian Peninsula . It borders Iraq Jordan Kuwait Oman ... Qatar , the United Arab Emirates and Yemen , with the Persian Gulf to its north-east and the Red Sea to its west.
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    Main article: History of Saudi Arabia The Saudi state began in central Arabia in about . A local ruler, Muhammad bin Saud , joined forces with an Islamic reformer, Muhammad Abd Al-Wahhab , to create a new political entity. Over the next one hundred and fifty years, the fortunes of the Saud family rose and fell several times as Saudi rulers contended with Egypt, the Ottoman Empire , and other Arabian families for control on the peninsula. The modern Saudi state was founded by the late King

    94. Geography
    geography of saudi arabia its area, location, natural features, population,education, transportation and Government. A clickable link for more details.
    Links to all the chapters are listed at the END of the page. Click here for Detailed Account of Saudi Arabia. Use "Back" button of your browser to return to Chapter 1. Wanna just a brief overview? Read the following description. Official Name: Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
    Capital: Riyadh
    Area: Approximately 864,900 square miles
    Location: Saudi Arabia is separated from Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia by the Red Sea to the west; from Iran by the Persian Gulf to the east; and from Bahrain by the Gulf of Bahrain, also to the east. It shares land boundaries with seven other Arab countries: Jordan, Iraq, and Kuwait to the north; the Republic of Yemen and Oman to the south; and the United Arab Emirates and Qatar to the east. NATURAL FEATURES
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    Mountain Ranges: Asir Mountains, Hejaz Mountains, Jebel Tuwayq
    Climate: Almost all of Saudi Arabia has a desert climate with scant , unreliable rainfall and extremely hot temperatures for many months of the year. The north receives less than 1 inch of rainfall annually and the south has even less rainfalls. Only the mountainous Asir region in the southwest receives appreciable quantities of rainfall from Indian Ocean monsoons. In summer daytime temperatures are hot everywhere except at the higher elevations. Maximum temperatures in the interior often reach 130 F (54 C). In winter temperatures in the interior are mild during the day (in the 70’s F or 20’s C) but often fall below freezing at night.

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    Here you can announce and view announced conferences in the areas of Academic, Business, Government, Health Care, Industry, Training, Others/Not Defined. Top General Information (ãÚáæãÇÊ ÚÇãÉ) Education in Saudi Arabia Top Libraries (ãßÊÈÇÊ) King Abdulaziz Public Library - Riyadh, Saudi Arabia Top Institute of Public Administration Institute of Banking ... Islamic Saudi Academy
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    Education is free at all levels, including college and postgraduate work. The literacy rate for males at 71.5 percent is significantly greater than females at 50.2 percent, who nonetheless constitute 43 percent of students. Total literacy is 62.8 percent.
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    Total: 7 million
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    Only 5 percent of the labor force is female.
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    Total: 2,753 mi (4,431 km)
    Border countries: Iraq 505 mi (814 km), Jordan 462 mi (744 km), Kuwait 137 mi (222 km), Oman 420 mi (676 km), Qatar 37 mi (60 km), UAE 283 mi (457 km), Yemen 905 mi (1,458 km)
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    97. Welcome To The Country Pages: Saudi Arabia
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    Mecca, home of the holy Mosque and the Ka'abah Photo courtesy of the Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia web site. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia occupies a highly important position in world affairs, as it is both the heartland of Islam and the possessor of the world's largest oil and gas reserves. Comprising most of the Arabian Peninsula, Saudi Arabia covers an area approximately the same size as Western Europe. Over 95 percent of the country is desert, including the world's largest sand desert the Rub al Khali (or "Empty Quarter") in the southeast, and the Nafud which stretches across the northwest of the peninsula. Saudi Arabia is considered to be the birthplace and spiritual center of Islam. Virtually all aspects of Saudi Arabian society are guided by Islamic ideals. The Koran is the basis of Saudi Arabia's constitution, while Shari'ah (Islamic law) is the basis of the country's legal system. Arabic is Saudi Arabia's official language and is considered a holy language by Muslims. Today, the majority of Saudi Arabians are Sunni Muslim, while a Shi'a minority is concentrated in the eastern province.

    98. Restatement Of History Of Islam And Muslims
    A grasp of the geography of arabia, therefore, is necessary for the The Kingdomof saudi arabia accounts for 850000 square miles of the arabian
    Subject Index Search Announcements Feedback Restatement of History of Islam The Geography of Arabia It is a convention of historians to begin the history of a region with its geography. They do so partly because the drama of history is played out in the "theater" of its geographical backdrop; and partly because of the factor known in geopolitics as the "determinism of geography." It has been said that not only institutions but geography, climate, and many other conditions unite to form the influences which acting through successive generations, shape up the character of individuals and nations, and character plays a vital role in shaping up their history. The Arabian peninsula is the cradle of Islam. Islam was "born" in it, and "grew up" in it, and was already "full-grown" when it came out of it. It was in the Arabian cities of Makkah and Medina that the classic Islamic identity was evolved, and Islam actually "jelled." A grasp of the geography of Arabia, therefore, is necessary for the understanding of the drift of its history. Following is a synopsis of the geography of the Arabian peninsula: Arabia, like any other region, has the kind of terrain that molds and modifies those who live in it and move through it. It's a stern, grim and inhospitable land, and is or was, until the obtrusion of oil, a constant challenge for survival to the wits of man. His survival in it depended upon his ability to come to terms with it.

    99. Saudi Arabia (ISO Country Code) - What Does Saudi Arabia (ISO Country Code) Stan
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