Curriculum Vitae
Dr. Iftikhar Ahmed Abbasi
Department of Earth Science
Sultan Qaboos University
Muscat, Oman.
Personal Details:
Titles:
Dr. Associate Professor
Name:
Iftikhar Ahmed
Family Name: Abbasi
Date of Birth: 01 January 1957
Field of Specialization: Geology (Sedimentology & Stratigraphy)
Twenty five years of teaching and research experience in depositional
environments and processes of Sedimentary rocks.
Addresses:
Office:
Department of Earth Sciences
Sultan Qaboos University
PO Box 36; Postal Code Al-Khodh-123
Muscat; Sultanate of Oman
Phone:
FAX:
+968 24146839
+968 24413415
Email: [email protected] & [email protected]
Education
Ph.D.
M.Sc.
Department of Earth Sciences, University of Cambridge, UK. 1989
Title of Thesis: Sedimentology and Structure of Kohat Plateau, Trans Indus Ranges,
north Pakistan.
Thesis Supervisor: Dr. Peter F. Friend
University of Peshawar, 1982 (Specialization in Sedimentology)
Post-Doctoral Research
1.
July 1995 – March 1996
Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences,
State University of New York (SUNY),
Binghamton. New York, USA.
Topic of Research
Host Professor
Funding Agency
2.
Sedimentology and Tectonic setting of molasse sediments in Himalayan
foreland basin, Kohat area, N. Pakistan
Professor John S. Bridge
Fulbright Program, US Education Foundation
March 1996 – Feb. 1997
Department of Earth Sciences
University of Cambridge, UK.
Topic of Research
Host Professor
Funding Agency
Miocene Depositional System in the western Himalayan foreland basins,
Pakistan
Professor Peter F. Friend
Commonwealth Commission, United Kingdom
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Societies Membership
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Fellow, Cambridge Commonwealth Trust, UK.
American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)
Country Representative (Oman) of International Association of Sedimentologists
(IAS)
Research Interests
Petroleum Exploration.
 Sedimentology and depositional System of Permian Gharif Formation, Huqf area,
Oman.
 Sedimentology & Depositional system of Hamima Supergroup with special emphasis
on Barik Sandstone, Huqf area, Oman.
 Sedimentology of Amdeh Formation
Tectonics & Sedimentation:
 The Evolution, Dynamics and climatic significance of Oman Megafan System
(Project proposal submitted to TRC for funding)
 Unroofing history of north Oman mountains as recorded in post obduction
conglomerate deposits of the Qahlah Formation.
Thesis/Dissertations Supervised
Ph. D Thesis Supervised:
1. Paleoenvironments, Sedimentology and Economic aspects of the Paleocene Hangu
Formation in Kohat-Potwar and Hazara area. Submitted by Mr. Raza Shah to NCE in
Geology under my supervision during 2001.
2. Co-Supervisor: Lithofacies, Petrography and Geochemistry of the Neogene molasse
sequence of the Himalayan foreland basin , Kohat Pakistan. Submitted to NCE Geology,
Univ of Peshawar, Pakistan by Mr. Kafayat Ullah. 2009.
Ph.D Thesis Internal Examiner: Carine Grélaud, 2009. High-resolution sequence
stratigraphy and heterogeneities in inner carbonate platform systems. SQU.
M.Sc Supervisor: Faisal Al Abri 2015. Regional 3d geological model for Al Khlata
Formation in Rima area - Eastern flank of South Oman Salt Basin.
Department of Earth Science, Sultan Qaboos University.
M.Sc Thesis Internal Examiner: Saba Al-Tooqi, 2013. Reservoir Rock typing of the upper
Shu‟aiba Member in northwestern Oman. SQU
M.Sc Thesis Member: Mohammed Al-Shukaili, 2013. Geological investigations of the
argillaceous zones of the upper Shu‟aiba Member in northwestern Oman. SQU
Faculty advisor SQU team for Imperial Barrel Award Competition during GeoArabia
Bahrain, 2010 & 2016.
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Research Projects
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Co-PI. HM Project. SR/SCI/ETHS/15/01; 96,050 OMR. May 2015 – April 2017.
Diagenesis and reservoir quality evaluation of Middle Cambrian to Early Ordovician
clastic hydrocarbon reservoirs in Oman Interior Sedimentary Basin
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PI. College of Science (SQU) Internal Grant IG/SCI/ETHS/14/01. Sedimentology and
depositional setting of the lower Amdeh Formation, Saih Hatat, north Oman: Surface
analogue of Ordovician siliciclastic hydrocarbon producing system of Oman basin.
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PI. Industrial Innovation Center (IIC-SQU) Project # P-2011-2008 &
CR/SCI/ETHS/12/02, 13/01, 13/03 & 15/01. Exploration and prospection of white clay
(kaolinite) deposits in the Sultanate of Oman and its potential for industrial use for the
Bahla Pottery factory. Completed 2014.
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PI. College of Science (SQU) Internal Grant IG/SCI/ETHS/08/01. Unroofing History of
Cretaceous Oman mountains as recorded in Alkhod Conglomerate: Source
discrimination and depositional setting.
2008-2010
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Co-PI. Strategic Grant. SR/SCI/ETHS/07/01. Surface and subsurface geologic study of
the Mesozoic succession of Jeza-Qamar (Dhofar) Basin: implications for exploration
potential of an overlooked hydrocarbon system.
2007-2011
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Co-PI Paleogene paleontological exploration in Oman: New discoveries, vertebrate
faunal transitions and early Cenozoic paleobiogeography. Sultan Qaboos University,
Stoney Brook, New York; Western University of Health Sciences, USA and Ohio
university of USA joint collaboration Project;
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2012-13. Member, UNESCO-IOC Study on Geologic Assessment of Makran Tsunami
Hazards, Muscat, Oman,
17-27 May 2008
Conferences Organized:
Secretary International Conference on the Geology of the Arabian Plate and the Oman
Mountains 7-9th January, 2012, Sultan Qaboos University, Muscat, Sultanate of Oman
International Collaboration:
1. Dr. Osman Salad Hersi, Associate Professor, Department of Geology, University of
Regina, Canada
2. Prof. Ercan Özcan, Istanbul International Technical University, Turkey.
Journal Editorship:
1. Editor Geological Society of London Special Publication on „Tectonics of Oman
Mountains‟ (proceeding volume of International Conference on the Geology of the
Arabian Plate and the Oman Mountains) be published in 2014.
2. Associate Editor, Erath Science, SQU Journal for Science; 2008-todate
3. Associate Editor, Himalayan Journal of Earth Science; 2009-todate
Short Courses:
1. Field trip guide to Oman Mountains for CCG (Wadi Mauydin-Jabal Akhtar).
23 March 2014
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2. Sedimentology and Reservoir Characterization of fluvial deposits: Case study of Gharif
Formation, Oman. Short course conducted for MEDCO Exploration Company through
Geo Consultancy Services (GCC), Oman.
24 Dec 2013
Consultancy:
1. Sedimentology and Reservoir Characterization of fluvial deposits: Case study of Gharif
Formation, Oman. Short course conducted for MEDCO Exploration Company through
Geo Consultancy Services (GCC), Oman, CR/SCI/ETHS/13/04, GCC# GCC 13-01.
2013; OR. 1155/2. Exploration and Prospection of White Clay (Kaolinite) Deposits in the Sultanate of Oman
and its potential for industrial use for the Bahla Pottery Factory Project No.
CR/SCI/ETHS/12/02; IIC Project, P-2011-008 (Phase1-Milestone1).
LIST OF PUBLICATIONS
Dr. Iftikhar Ahmed Abbasi
1. Salad Hersi, O., Abbasi, I. A., Alharthy, A. 2016. Sedimentology, rhythmicity and basinfill architecture of a carbonate ramp depositional system with intermittent terrigenous
influx: The Albian Kharfot Formation of the Jeza-Qamar Basin, Dhofar, Southern Oman.
Sedimentary Geology, 331, 114-131; http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.sedgeo.2015.11.001
2. Özcan E., Abbasi I. A., Drobne, K., Boukhalfa, K., Govindan, Abiraman. 2015. Early
Eocene orthophragminids and alveolinids from the Jafnayn Formation, N Oman:
significance of Nemkovella stockari Less & Özcan, 2007 in Tethys". Geodinamica Acta.
DOI: 10.1080/09853111.2015.1107437
3. Abbasi, I. A., Kakar, D. M., Khan, M. A., Sana, A. (In Press) Mud volcanoes in an
active fore-arc setting: A case study from the Makran Coastal belt, SW Pakistan. In
Tsunami and Earthquakes in Coastal Environments: Significance and Restoration (eds
Vicente Santiago-Fandiño, Tanaka H, Dr. Spiske M.). Springer‟s Coastal Library
Research Series.
4. Rollinson, H. R., Searle, M. P., Abbasi, I. A., Al-Lazki, A. I. and Al Kindi, M. H. 2014.
Tectonic evolution of the Oman Mountains: An Introduction. In Tectonic Evolution of the
Oman Mountains (eds Rollinson, H. R., Searle, M. P., Abbasi, I. A., Al-Lazki, A. & Al
Kindi, M. H), Geological Society London, Special Publications, 392:1-7,
5. Abbasi, I. A., Hersi, O. S., Al-Harthy A. 2014. Late Cretaceous post-obduction
conglomerates of the Qahlah Formation, north Oman: Depositional system and
implications for basin configuration. In Tectonic Evolution of the Oman Mountains (eds
Rollinson, H. R., Searle, M. P., Abbasi, I. A., Al-Lazki, A. & Al Kindi, M. H),
Geological Society London Special Publication 392, 325–341, London.
6. Hersi O. S., Abbasi, I. A., Al-Harthy, A., Cherchi, A. and Schroeder, R. 2014.
Stratigraphic evolution and depositional system of lower Cretaceous Qishn formation,
Dhofar, Oman. In Tectonic Evolution of the Oman Mountains (eds Rollinson, H. R.,
Searle, M. P., Abbasi, I. A., Al-Lazki, A. & Al Kindi, M. H), Geological Society London
Special Publication 392, 303–323, London.
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7. Abbasi, I. A., Al-Harthy, A., Al-Subhi, Y. K. 2014b. Late Cretaceous Sub-Marine Fan
System in Batain Mélange Zone, the Fayah Formation in Northeastern Oman. SQU
Journal for Science, 19, 62-71.
8. Abbasi, I. A., Hersi, O. S., Al-Harthy A., Al-Rashdi, I. 2013. Lithofacies attributes,
depositional system and diagenetic properties of the Permian Gharif Formation from
Haushi-Huqf area, Central Oman. Arabian Journal of Geosciences (Springer), 6:4931–
4945 (DOI 10.1007/s12517-012-0763-7).
9. Abbasi, I. A., Haneef, M., Shams, O., Daud, F. and Qureshi, A.W. 2012. Mesozoic
deltaic system along the western margin of the Indian plate: lithofacies and depositional
setting of Datta formation, North Pakistan. Arabian Journal of Geosciences (Springer), 5:
471–480
10. Abbasi, I. A., Haneef, M. and Khan, M. A. 2011. Early Permian Siliciclastic system of
the north Gondwanaland: A comparison between the Nilawahan Group of north Pakistan
and Haushi Group of Oman. PAPG/SPE Annual Technical Conference Islamabad,
Proceeding volume. 1-16.
11. Ullah K., Arif, M., Shah M. T. and Abbasi, I. A. 2009. The Lower and Middle Siwaliks
fluvial depositional system of the western Himalayan foreland basin, Kohat, Pakistan.
Journal of Himalayan Earth Sciences 42: 61-85.
12. Salad Hersi O., A. Al-Harthy, A. Al-Sayigh, I. A. Abbasi and A. Al-Lazki (2009)
Tectono-eustatic Controls of a rift basin sedimentary fill: The Albian Kharfot Formation
of the eastern margin of the Jeza-Qamar Basin, Dhofar, Oman. Bulletin of the Tethys
Geol. Society, V. 4, 37-42
13. Salad Hersi, O., Al-Harthy, A., Abbasi, I.A., Sayigh, A. & Lazki, A. 2009. Depositional
architecture of a carbonate ramp at the eastern margin of the Jeza Qama basin: The
Albian Kharfot Formation, Southern Dhofar, Sultanate of Oman. 27th International
Association of Sedimentologists (IAS) Special Publication. 153-162.
14. A.H. Kazmi & I.A. Abbasi. 2008. Stratigraphy and Historical Geology of Pakistan;
550 pages book printed with the financial support of Pakistan Petroleum Exploration &
Production Companies Association (PPEPCA). Published by NCE in Geology,
University of Peshawar. Pakistan.
15. Obaid, S., Qureshi, A. W., and Abbasi, I. A., 2005. Lithofacies, Sand-bodies Geometry
and Depositional Setting of The Datta Formation In Surghar Range, North Pakistan.
Proceedings of Annual Technical Conference, Islamabad. 113-126.
16. Abbasi, I.A., Khan, M. A. and Rahim, K. S. 2004. Provenance of the western Himalayan
molasse sedments, Bannu basin, north Pakistan. Geol. Bull. Punjab Univ.39. 9-18.
17. Khan M. A., Abbasi, I. A., Qureshi, A. W. and Khan, S. R. 2003. Tectonics of AfghanIndia collision zone, Kurram-Waziristan region, N. Pakistan. Proceedings of Annual
Technical Conference, Islamabad. 219-233.
18. Jadoon, W. A. K., Shami, B. A. and Abbasi, I. A. 2003. Fracture analysis of Khaur
anticline and its implications on subsurface fracture system. Proceedings of Annual
Technical Conference, Islamabad. 235-250.
19. Sridevi, Jade., M. Mukul, I. A. Parvez, M. B. Ananda, P. D. Kumar, V. K. Gaur1, R.
Bendick, R. Bilham, F. Blume, K. Wallace, I. A. Abbasi, M. Asif Khan and S. Ulhadi.
2003. Pre-seismic, co-seismic and post-seismic displacements associated with the Bhuj
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2001 earthquake derived from recent and historic geodetic data. Proc. Indian Acad. Sci.
(Earth Planet. Sci.), 112, No. 3, 331-345.
20. Khan, M. A., Abbasi, I. A. and Khattak, G. A. 2002. Geological controls on natural
hazards in Pakistan. Geol. Bull. Univ. Peshawar, 35, 1-9.
21. Khan, M. A., Abbasi, I. A. Hadi, S., Laghari, A. and Bilham, R. 2002. Bhuj earthquake
of January 26, 2001: Effects in the Thar-Nagar Parkar region of Sindh, SE Pakistan.
Geol. Bull. Univ. Peshawar, 35, 10-27.
22. Abbasi, I. A., Khan, M. A., Ishfaq, M. and Mool, P. K. 2002. Slope failure and landslide
mechanism, Murree area, north Pakistan. Geol. Bull. Univ. Peshawar, 35, 126-137.
23. Abbasi, I.A. & Friend, P.F. 2000. Exotic conglomerate of the Neogene Siwalik
succession and their implications for the tectonic and topographic evolution of the
western Himalaya. In “Nanga Parbat Syntaxis and the western Himalaya” (edits Khan,
M.A., Trelor, P.J., Searle, M.P., and Jan, M.Q.). Geological Society London, Special
Publ. 170, 455-466.
24. Abbasi, I.A. 1998. Major patterns of fluvial facies and evolution of the Himalayan
foreland basin, south-eastern Kohat Plateau, Pakistan. Proceedings of the 3rd. Geosas
workshop on Siwaliks of south Asia, (Ghaznavi,M.I., Raza, S.M. & Hasan, M.T. edits.)
Geological Survey of Pakistan, 59-69.
25. Din, N., Abbasi I.A. and Khan, M. A. 1998. Provenance of early-Middle Eocene
fluviatile Kuldana Formation in Kohat Basin, N. Pakistan. Proceedings of the 3rd. Geosas
workshop on Siwaliks of south Asia, (Ghaznavi,M.I., Raza, S.M. & Hasan, M.T. edits.),
Geological Survey of Pakistan, 93-97.
26. Abbasi, I. A. 1997. Sedimentology and tectonic setting of polymictic conglomerates in a
rapidly subsiding Miocene-Pliocene foreland basin: Kohat Plteau, northern Pakistan.
Geol. Bull. Univ.of Peshawar, 30, 297-309.
27. Khan, M.A., Tahirkheli, T. and Abbasi, I.A. 1995. Himalayan orogeny and global
climatic changes. In: Geological Hazards: Prediction, mitigation and control, Proceedings
of National Symposium on Environmental Geology; University of Peshawar (Rehman.
S.S; Abbasi, I.A; and Majid, M. edits.), 101-118.
28. Ahmad A., Danishwar S., Abbasi, I.A. and Ahmed A. 1995. Environmental impacts of
coal mining in Jhangar valley, Eastern Salt Range, Pakistan. In: Geological Hazards:
Prediction, mitigation and control, Proceedings of National Symposium on
Environmental Geology; University of Peshawar (Rehman. S.S; Abbasi, I.A; and Majid,
M. edits.),173-182.
29. Abbasi, I.A., Tanoli, S.K., Riaz, M., Iqbal, H. and Rehman, O. 1994. Provenance of
the early Eocene Chashmai Formation in south-western Kohat: Indication of an uplifted
island arc, Pakistan. Jour. of Hydrocarbon Research. 6, 53-59.
30. Abbasi, I.A. 1994. Fluvial architecture and depositional system of the Miocene
molasse sediments, Shakardarra Formation, south-eastern Kohat, Pakistan. Geol. Bull.
Univ. Peshawar. 27, 81-98.
31. Abbasi, I.A. 1994. Clay minerals in the Himalayan Foreland-basin sediments
indicating an uplifting orogenic belt. In: Geology in South Asia, Proceedings of the Ist.
GEOSAS conference (Riaz Ahmed and Arshad M. Sheikh edits.), 280-284.
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32. Shah, R., Abbasi, I.A., Haneef, M. and Khan, M.A. 1993. Geology and coal resources of
Hangu Kachai area, Dist. Kohat. Geol. Bull. Univ. of Peshawar. 26, 87-94.
33. Abbasi, I.A. and Friend, P.F. 1993. Sole structures from sediments of the Siwalik Group.
Geol. Bull. Univ. of Peshawar, 26, 103-112.
34. Tanoli, S.K., Riaz, M., Abbasi, I.A., Rehman, O., Iqbal, H. and Malik, M.A., 1993.
Chashmai Formation: A new early Eocene Formation in the Kohat Basin. Pakistan
Journal of Petroleum Technology, 2, 37-41.
35. Abbasi, I.A. and McElroy, R. 1991. Thrust kinematics in the Kohat Himalayan foreland
fold-thrust belt, Kohat, Pakistan. Jour. Structure Geology, 13(3), 319-327.
36. Abbasi, I.A. 1991. Large scale vertical aggradation of sandstone bodies in the Kamlial
Formation, Shakardarra area, southern Kohat. Geol. Bull. Univ. of Peshawar, 24.
37. Abbasi, I.A. and Khan, M.A. 1990. Heavy mineral analysis of the molasse sediments,
Trans Indus Ranges, Kohat, Pakistan. Geol. Bull. Univ. of Peshawar. 23, 215-229.
38. Khan, M.A., Turi, K.A., and Abbasi, I.A. 1990. Structures in the hangingwall of the
Main Boundary Thrust: Post folding thrusts and normal faults from the Kotal-pass area,
Kohat Range, northern Pakistan. Geol. Bull. Univ. of Peshawar. 23, 175-186.
39. Abbasi, I.A. and Friend, P.F. 1989. Uplift and evolution of the Himlayan orogenic belt,
as recorded in the foredeep molasse sediments. In: The Neogene of the Karakoram and
Himalayas (edits. Derbyshire, E. and Owen, L.A.) Zeitschrift fur Geomorphologie. Spec.
Publ. 76, 75-88.
40. Abid, I.A. and Abbasi, I.A. 1984. Preliminary petrology of the Hangu Formation, Hangu,
Kohat. Geol. Bull. Univ. of Peshawar. 17, 109-112.
41. Abid, I.A. and Abbasi, I.A., Khan, M.A. and Shah, M.T. 1983. Petrology and
geochemistry of the Siwalik sandstone and its relationship to the Himalayan orogeny.
Geol. Bull. Univ. of Peshawar. 16, 65-83.
42. Abbasi, I.A., Abid, I.A. and Khan, M.A. 1983. Statistical studies of the Dhok Pathan
Formation, Puki Gudikhel, Surghar Range, Karak. Geol. Bull. Univ. of Peshawar. 16, 8596.
Conference Abstracts:
1. Abbasi I. A. 2014. Post-obduction Siliciclastic sediments of Late Cretaceous age in Oman
Mountains. „Earth Sciences Pakistan 2014‟. Abstract volume „Journal of Himalayan Earth
Sciences, special issue‟, p.2.
2. Abbasi I. A., Salad Hersi, O. 2013. Late Cretaceous post-obduction sediments of the
Qahlah Formation, Oman Mountains: Lithofacies Association and Depositional System. 9th
International Symposium on the Cretaceous system. Middle East Technical University
(METU), Ankara Turkey. Abstract volume p.125.
3. Salad Hersi, O., Abbasi, I A. & Al-Harthy, A. R. 2013. Cretaceous Lithostratigraphy of
Eastern Jeza-Qamar Basin and its Hydrocarbon Potential, Dhofar, Oman. Canadian Society
of Petroleum Geology Convention, Calgary. 1-5p.
4. Salad Hersi, O., Abbasi, I.A., Ahmed, S., Al Raisi, T. 2013. Age of siliciclastic dominated
Fars Group of the Batina Coast, north Oman, inferred from bioclastic bearing carbonate
unit. Geological Problems Solving with Microfossils III- University of Houston, SEPM
International Conference, March 10-13, 2013.
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5. Abbasi, I A., Hersi, O. S. & Al-Harthy, A. R. 2012. Sedimentology and depositional
system of the late Cretaceous Qahlah Formation, Oman Mountains, Sultanate of Oman.
GeoArabia, v. 17, no. 3, 181.
6. Ahmed, S., Rigby, S., Kroon, D., Khan, S. & Abbasi, I. A. 2012. Paleogene larger benthic
foraminiferal stratigraphy of the Potwar basin and Trans Indus Ranges, northwest Pakistan:
A comparison with the Paleogene biozonation of northern Oman. GeoArabia, v. 17, no. 3,
182-184.
7. Hersi, O. S., Abbasi, I. A., Cherchi, A., Schroeder, R. 7 Al-Harthy, A. R. 2012. Barremian
to Turonian stratigraphy of the Jeza-Qamar basin and its hydrocarbon potential, Dhofar,
Oman. GeoArabia, v. 17, no. 3, 229-230.
8. Hersi, O. S., Al-Harthy A. R. & Abbasi, I. A. 2012. Distribution of stratigraphic breaks
within the Cretaceous sequence of the Jeza-Qamar basin, Dhofar: implications for regional
tectono-eustatic fluctuations. GeoArabia, v. 17, no. 3, 230-231.
9. Hersi, O. S., Abbasi, I. A., Ahmed, S. and Al-Raisi, T. 2012. Geology of the Sultan
Qaboos university campus, Wilayat Seeb, Muscat, Oman. GeoArabia, v. 17, no. 3, 231232.
10. Abbasi, I.A. 2010. Middle Permian fluvial system in the Arabian Peninsula: The Gharif
Formation outcrops in Huqf area, Central Oman. Petroleum Geology Conference &
Exhibition, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Abstract volume. 309-312.
11. Abbasi, I. A. 2009. Mesozoic Tethyan deltaic system along the western margin of the
Indian plate: Lithofacies and depositional setting of the Datta Formation, North Pakistan.
First International Symposium on the Petroleum and other Geological Resources in the
Tethys Realm 17-25 March, 2009, Cairo University. Abstract volume.
12. Abbasi, I.A., Al-Harthy, A.R & Hersi, O.S. 2009. Basin segmentation and depositional
system of post-obduction late Cretaceous conglomerates in Oman Mountains, Qahlah
Formation, north Oman. International Lithosphere Program (ILP) Task Force on
Sedimentary Basins: International Workshop, Abu Dhabi, 1-2.
13. Salad Hersi O., Abbasi, I.A. & Al-Harthy, A. 2009 Qishn Formation: A Barremian to
Aptian third-order transgressive-regressive depositional sequence, eastern margin of the
Jeza-Qamar Basin, Dhofar, Oman. International Lithosphere Program (ILP) Task Force on
Sedimentary Basins: International Workshop, Abu Dhabi, 68-71.
14. Salad Hersi, O., Al-Harthy, A., Abbasi, I.A., Al-Sayigh, A. and Al-Lazki, A. 2009
Hydrocarbon potential of the Jeza-Qamar Forntier Basin, Dhofar, Southern Oman. In:
Detective Stories Behind Prospect Generation: Challenges and the Way Forward. European
Association of Geologists and Engineers (EAGE) Workshop, 29-33.
15. Salad Hersi, O., Al-Harthy, A., Abbasi, I.A., Sayigh, A. & Lazki, A. 2009.Lithofacies
attributes, depositional architecture and significance of siliciclastic influx of an albian
carbonate ramp: The Kharfot Formation of Dhofar, Oman. International Association of
Sedimentologists meeting Italy, Abstract volume. P. 339.
16. Abbasi, I. A. and Al-Harthy, A. 2008. Sandstone body geometry, facies architecture and
depositional model of Ordovician Barik Sandstone, Oman. GeoArabia, v. 13, No.1, P. 99.
17. Abbasi, I. A., Khan, M. A., 2003. Depositional pattern and source terrain for the molasses
sediments of the western Himalayan foreland basin, north Pakistan. Abstract, 18th HKT,
Workshop, Ascona, Switzerland. p. 13.
18. Khan, M. A., Abbasi, I.A., Khan, S.R. 2003. A 90Ma continuum of thrust stacking at the
India-Asia collision zone, Waziristan-Kuram tribal region, NW. Pakistan. Abstract, 18th
HKT, Workshop, Ascona, Switzerland. p. 72-73.
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19. Abbasi, I. A., Khan, M. A., Hadi, S., Ishfaq, M. and Mool, P. K. 2002. Mass movement
and slope failure processes, Main Boundary Thrust Zone, Murree Hills, North Pakistan.
Abstract; Jour. Asian Earth Sciences, v.20, N.4A.
20. Khan, M. A., Abbasi, I. A., Khan, S. R. 2002. Tectonics of India-Afghan collision zone,
Waziristan-Kurram region, north Pakistan. Abstract; Jour. Asian Earth Sciences, v.20,
N.4A.
21. Abbasi, I. A., Khan, M. A., Hadi, S., Ahmed, I. and Mool, P. K. 2001. Geological Controls
on Slope Failure and Landslide Hazards, Main Boundary Thrust Zone, Murree Hills, North
Pakistan. Abstract; Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, v. 19, No. 3A.
22. Khan, M. A., Abbasi, I. A., Hadi, S. and Tariq, M. 2001. Tectonic collage of transitional
crust, Indian-Afghan collision zone, Waziristan-Kuram region, NW Pakistan. Journal of
Abstract; Asian Earth Sciences, v. 19, No. 3A.
23. Abbasi, I. A. 1995. Sedimentology and tectonic setting of polymictic conglomerates in a
rapidly subsiding Miocene-Pliocene foreland basin: Trans Indus Ranges, northern Pakistan.
Geological Society America (GSA), Abstract volume,
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