By Ali A. Al-Jaloud, Ghulam Hussain (auth.), M. Ajmal Khan, Benno Böer, German S. Kust, Hans-Jörg Barth (eds.)
Sabkha Ecosystems quantity I: The Arabian Peninsula and adjoining international locations was once released in 2002. It used to be the 1st finished quantity facing the topic of sabkha learn, and sabkha environmental administration. invaluable new info was once supplied for the sabkha of diverse nations on and adjoining to the Arabian Peninsula. This new quantity now follows up in this vital method, and offers facts and data on salt desolate tract ecosystems of diverse West and crucial Asian international locations, together with a lot of that are situated within the Arabian Peninsula. the knowledge supplied assists the reader to higher comprehend sabkha geology, hydrology, geomorphology, zoology, botany, ecology, surroundings functioning, in addition to sabkha conservation, utilisation, and improvement. the amount is paramount literature for an individual facing sabkha learn and improvement.
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In accordance with the phytogeographical division of Arabia by Léonard (1989), the sabkhat of the UAE lie within the Saharo-Sindian regional zone, which can be further subdivided into the Nubo-Sindian local centre of endemism (encompassing the coastal areas of the UAE) and the Arabian regional subzone. The latter covers the interior of the country, but the precise delimitation from the Nubo-Sindian phytochorion is difficult. Halopeplis perfoliata is a good example of a species with a Nubo-Sindian distribution pattern, occurring primarily along the coastal belt of the Arabian Peninsula.
It reaches a width of up to about 25 km, and in both the west and east of Abu Dhabi Emirate gradually leads into inland sabkha. Although sabkhat occur in deserts throughout the world, Goudie (2002) describes the coastal sabkha of Abu Dhabi as the best example of this landform type to be found anywhere, deserving World Heritage status. It is less than a few meters above high tide level. After heavy rainfall or severe northerly coastal storms in association with high tides, parts of the sabkha may become flooded.