By Akira Tsuneki, Shigeo Yamada, Ken-ichiro Hisada
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Sapiens reached the western peninsula via its southern coast as early as 125 ka (Armitage et al. 2011). Paleoenvironmental studies in the Red Sea have revealed that, because of the global sea-level fall during the last glacial maximum (LGM), a land bridge existed across the Bab-el-Mandeb, the strait connecting the Gulf of Aden with the Red Sea (Fenton et al. 2000), which allowed humans to migrate across the strait. At the same time, the Persian Gulf, which lies to the north of the peninsula, was a shallow water body, or it may have completely dried up.
For example, the borax deposits of Turkey constitute more than half of the world borax reserves. In Iran, in addition to Precambrian iron deposits formed as a result of global iron mineralization, lead–zinc and porphyry copper deposits are also found. In northeastern Iraq, igneous activity has been responsible for the formation of many hydrothermal metallic deposits, for example, the Serguza lead–zinc deposit, the iron deposits of the Zagros suture zone, the Marapasta iron deposit, and Panjvin chromite (Jassim and Goff 2006).
Iraq is located in the northeast corner of the Arabian tectonic plate. Most of Iraq is lowland and arc-like terrane. However, a small part of northeast Iraq is a continuation of the Zagros Heights and has mountainous morphology. The Euphrates, and Tigris Rivers transfer sediments produced by weathering of the rocks from the surrounding highlands and have played an important role in formation of the Mesopotamian Plain. From the northwest, the plain dips toward the Persian Gulf by about 10 cm per kilometer.
Ancient West Asian Civilization: Geoenvironment and Society in the Pre-Islamic Middle East by Akira Tsuneki, Shigeo Yamada, Ken-ichiro Hisada