LOUGHLAND, Ronald A., & Khaled A. Al-Abdulkader.
Western Arabian Gulf.
First edition. An exhaustive scientific survey of the marine and coastal habitats found along the Saudi Arabian portion of the Gulf, an area covering some 1200 miles of diverse coastline (including islands) from Ra’s al-Khafji on the Kuwaiti border in the north to Ra’s Abu Qamis on the border with the UAE in the south; also included is an in-depth chapter on the history of the region. Scarce: Copac traces two copies in UK libraries, with OCLC adding just four in libraries worldwide.
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Folio (375 304 mm). Original photographic boards, titles to spine and front board gilt, blue endbands and endpapers, CD-ROM in open-faced case to rear. Profusely illustrated with colour photographs, drawings and charts. Some 30 farewell inscriptions to retiring Aramco executive “Kris[topher Horvath]” on front pastedown and free endpaper. Extremities lightly bumped and rubbed, a few restored nicks to spine, hinges uniformly reinforced with blue buckram. Internally bright and fresh, a very good copy.