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scientific results of the Oman Flora and Fauna Survey 1975
Journal of Oman Studies. Special Report.
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Oman, Journal of studies. Special Report. The scientific results of the Oman flora and fauna survey, The scientific results of the Oman flora and fauna survey (Dhofar). Palmer, W.M., and A. L. Braswell. Reptiles of North Carolina. (signed by both authors), bound; Parker, H. W. A monograph of the frogs of the Author: Michelle Koo. Oman - Oman - Plant and animal life: Because of the low precipitation, vegetation is sparse except where there is irrigation, which is provided by an ancient system of water channels known as aflāj (singular: falaj). The channels often run underground and originate in wells near mountain bases. The aflāj collectively were designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in
Flora & Fauna in Oman Desert shrub and desert grass, common to southern Arabia, are found, but vegetation is sparse in the interior plateau, which is largely gravel desert. However, the greater monsoon rainfall in Dhofar and the mountains makes the growth there more luxuriant during summer. Arnold, E.N., & Gallagher, M.D. Reptiles and amphibians from the mountains of northern Oman. In: The scientific results of the Oman flora and fauna survey J. of Oman Stud. Spec. Rept. (no. 1): Babocsay, G. A new species of saw-scaled viper of the Echis coloratus complex (Ophidia: Viperidae) from Oman, Eastern Names: E: Oman saw-scaled viper, G: Oman-Sandrasselotter.
Grewia tenax (Forssk.) Fiori is a wild fruit species with multiple uses in different parts of the Tropics and Subtropics. It is common on the Arabian Peninsula and has also been recorded in southern Oman. To date, no record of the species exists for the northern part of this country. To close this distributional gap, three sites in the al-Hajar mountains of northern Oman were surveyed in Cited by: The scientific results of the Royal Geographical Society's Oman Wahiba Sands Project - Muscat: Office of the Adviser for Conservation of the Environment, Diwan of Royal Court, (Journal of Oman Studies Special Report; Vol. 3, , ISSN ) Fisher, Martin: Indexed bibliography of natural history and conservation in Oman.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Scientific results of the Oman flora and fauna survey, (Dhofar). Muscat: Office of the Government Adviser for Conservation of the Environment, © This special report from Oman contains the results of surveys of the flora and fauna of the mountainous region of Dhofar in An introduction is followed by accounts of the environment, ecology, meteorology and vegetation of Dhofar, and by reports on 17 groups of plants and animals.
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The scientific results of the Oman flora and fauna survey Complete Title: The scientific results of the Oman flora and fauna survey Non IUCN Publication.
Author(s): Shaw Reade, S. Abstract: Monographic Series no.: Conference: Imprint: Sultanate of Oman: The office of the Government Adviser for Conservation of the Author: S.
Shaw Reade, J. Sale, Michael Gallagher. The Scientific Results of the Oman Flora and Fauna Survey (Dhofar). (Journal of Oman Studies Special Report No. 2.) Office of the Government Adviser for Conservation of the Environment, Oman: pp., illustr.
incl. colour, figs, map, tables, × 22 × 3 cm, £20, - Volume 10 Issue 1 - John L. Cloudsley-ThompsonCited by: 1. The Scientific Results of the Oman Flora and Fauna Survey Journal of Oman Studies, Special Report.
Michael Rice, 1 Lowther Gardens, Prince Consort Rd, London SW7 2AA, O. rupees 5; US $Author: Annette Patzelt. The threatened flora constitutes % of the total species, 80% of which occurs in the southern region of Oman. % of the flora is Critically Endangered, % Endangered, and % Vulnerable.
1 Author: Shahina Ghazanfar. Then the plant collecting in Oman get on in by Theodore Bent and his wife Mable. After that, in A flora and fauna survey sponsored by the Oman Government was carried out in the north of the country, and in the similar survey was taking in the south of the country.
Also, will be a full-size resource and reference for Oman Flora to many scientists, Experts, Researchers, Students and interested people in Oman Flora. Sultanate of Oman. The Sultanate of Oman is located in the southern part of the Arabian Peninsula and has an estimated land area of.
Abstract. Arid lands in general, and the southeastern Arabian Peninsula in particular, are nearly ideal environments for applying remote sensing technology to environmental and natural resource problems, both in terms of operational conditions and the yield of beneficial by: 1.
Oman - Flora and fauna Desert shrub and desert grass, common to southern Arabia, are found. Vegetation is sparse in the interior plateau, which is largely gravel desert.
The greater rainfall in Dhofar and the mountains makes the growth there more luxuriant. Coconut palms grow plentifully in Dhofar and frankincense grows in the hills. An environmentalist's dream, the government of Oman is keenly aware of its responsibility to preserve the plant and animal life of the sultanate.
Despite its arid nature, Oman is home to various. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Flora of Oman: Subcategories. This category has only the following subcategory. E Endemic flora of Oman (1 P) Pages in category "Flora of Oman" The following 17 pages are in this category, out of 17 total.
This list may not. About this book. Language: English. The fourth and ﬁnal volume of the Flora of the Sultanate of Oman deals with all petaloid and non-petaloid monocotyledonous families found in Oman.
It includes 21 families and taxa, following Cronquist’s () system. with explanatory notes where the APG IV () classiﬁcation or recent molecular evidence treats the families or genera differently.
The second volume of the Flora of Oman treats taxa in 33 families of flowering plants. In the treatment of each family, keys are provided to genera as well as to all species within a genus.
Species descriptions are concise and include notes on distribution, habitat, flowering and fruiting times, conservation status, and uses.
OMAN Harrison, D. L. The mammals obtained in Dhofar by the Oman flora and fauna survey. Pages in The Scientific Results of the Oman Flora and Fauna survey (Dhofar). Journal of Oman Studies: Special Report, no. 2. Oman Ministry of Information and Culture, Muscat, Oman. ZR (19)Invia sleduje vaše chování na webu, provádí personalizaci obsahu a zobrazuje vám relevantní nabídky a produkty.
Kliknutí na tlačítko „Rozumím“ nebo kamkoliv mimo toto oznámení beze změny nastavení vnímáme jako udělení souhlasu také s využíváním cookies a předáním údajů o vašem chování na webu reklamním a sociálním sítím pro zobrazení cílené reklamy.The wildlife of Oman is the flora and fauna of this country in the southeastern corner of the Arabian Peninsula, with coasts on the Gulf of Oman and the Arabian climate is hot and dry, apart from the southeastern coast, and the country offers a variety of habitats for wildlife including mountains, valleys, deserts, coastal plains and sea coasts.