Hoggar

Hoggar,

mts, Africa: see SaharaSahara
[Arab.,=desert], world's largest desert, c.3,500,000 sq mi (9,065,000 sq km), N Africa; the western part of a great arid zone that continues into SW Asia. Extending more than 3,000 mi (4,830 km), from the Atlantic Ocean to the Red Sea, the Sahara is bounded on the N by
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The preliminary activities ahead of the 2018 Miss Universe finale are underway Bangkok, Thailand and Ghana's Ekpene Diata Hoggar has hogged some global attention to herself following Monday's National Costume contest.
Nedjari, "The Hoggar Gold and Rare Metals Metallogenic Province of the Pan-African Tuareg Shield (Central Sahara, South Algeria): An Early Cambrian Echo of the Late Ediacaran Murzukian Event?" in Mineral Deposits of North Africa, Mineral Resource Reviews, pp.
The ratio of oxide to total iron is estimated to be higher for Bodele and Hoggar than for Mali sources (Formenti et al.
Hoggar, Mathematics of digital images, Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, USA, 2006.
One study evaluated the antimicrobial effect of methanolic extract of Algerian Hoggar Salvadora Persica (miswak) on some oral microorganisms isolated from dental plaque such as Streptococcus and Escherichia.
(2009): Repeated granitoid intrusions during the Neoproterozoic along the western boundary of the Saharan metacraton, Eastern Hoggar, Tuareg shield, Algeria: an AMS and U-Pb zircon age study.
laperrinei (Oleaceae) from Hoggar, Algeria," Annals of Botany, vol.
The twin peaks of Tezouai in the Hoggar Mountains in the central Sahara are actually the cores of old volcanoes from which the surrounding rock has been stripped away Hidden in the nearby valleys are isolated oases that support rare Saharan species, including cypresses, gazelles and cheetahs