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Figure 1: General geologic map of the Arabian Shield showing majortectonostratigraphic terranes, ophiolite belts, sutures, fault zones, post-accretionary basins in the Arabian Shield of western Saudi Arabia (from[23] with modifications by Johnson and Woldehaimanot [20] and Sternand Johnson [60]). Numbers represent locations of the major gold depositsas follows: (1) Hamdah, (2) Al Hajar & Jadmah, (3) Mahd adh Dhahab, (4)Jabal Shayban, (5) Humaymah, (6) Bulghah, (7) Sukhaybarat, (8) Al Amar,(9) Ad Duwayhi, (10) Um Matierah, (11) Ar Rjum, (12) Ash Shakhtaliya,(13) Zalm, (14) Bi'r Tawilah (including Jabal Ghadarah, Al Mansourah andMasarah). The Najd faults are the NW-trending ones in red.

Figure 1: General geologic map of the Arabian Shield showing majortectonostratigraphic terranes, ophiolite belts, sutures, fault zones, post-accretionary basins in the Arabian Shield of western Saudi Arabia (from[23] with modifications by Johnson and Woldehaimanot <sup>[20]</sup> and Sternand Johnson <sup>[60]</sup>). Numbers represent locations of the major gold depositsas follows: (1) Hamdah, (2) Al Hajar & Jadmah, (3) Mahd adh Dhahab, (4)Jabal Shayban, (5) Humaymah, (6) Bulghah, (7) Sukhaybarat, (8) Al Amar,(9) Ad Duwayhi, (10) Um Matierah, (11) Ar Rjum, (12) Ash Shakhtaliya,(13) Zalm, (14) Bi'r Tawilah (including Jabal Ghadarah, Al Mansourah andMasarah). The Najd faults are the NW-trending ones in red.