الاثنين، 6 نوفمبر 2017

الجغرافيا مناخ الطقس في قطر

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Geography and landscapes Qatar

Large as a large French department, Qatar forms a large peninsula pointed towards the Persian Gulf. Stretched over 160 km long and 55 to 90 km wide, it has some 563 km of coastline, alternating endless beaches, depressions salted soils (sebkhas) and last remnants of mangrove.
This flat, desolate land rises just 103 m along the road to neighboring Saudi Arabia.

It is on this side, south of Doha, that we find the most interesting geographical element: a splendid sea of ​​sand with shifting dunes, 40 m high and over, enclosing in the south-east of the peninsula a lake-like double bay, known as Inland Sea (Khor al-Adaid). It is connected to the Persian Gulf by a narrow stretch of sea more than 10 km long - a unique case in the world!

There are no rivers or natural lakes: Qatar depends exclusively on groundwater and its desalination plants.

Offshore are a few islands and low islands surrounded by shallow waters and coral reefs - sometimes heavily damaged by the effects of national constructivism ... The most important archipelago, Hawar, lies to the west, barely more than 1 km from the coast, but it belongs to neighboring Bahrain (Qatar claimed it until 2001). There is also about 100 km to the east, in the Persian Gulf, the island of Halul, where offshore oil is stored and loaded on ships.

In fact, more than the surface, it is the Qatari basement that is the most remarkable! The country, despite its size of chip, owns the third world reserves of gas (13%) - and produces 77 million tons a year. Oil, although less important in comparison, is not left out, with 15 billion barrels of proved reserves, which should allow the country to continue to supply the rest of the world at the current pace for forty years. The discovery of oil in the emirate dates back only to 1938 and its first exports to 1949.


Qatar is one of six GCC member nations, the Gulf Cooperation Council, which also includes Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Bahrain and Oman.

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