REFERENCES:
   AUTHOR    = Best, J. and others
   YEAR      = 90
   FIGNUMBER = 2a
   SOURCE    = GEOLOGY, 18, 1235-1239 pp.
   TITLE     = Bouguer gravity trends and crustal structure of the Palmyride
               Mountain belt and surrounding northern Arabian platform in 
               Syria

The Bouguer gravity map is a compilation of nineteen different gravity 
surveys (acquired between 1949 and 1973) from a Bureau d'Etudes 
Industrielles et de Cooperation de l'Institut Francais du Petrole (BEICIP)
project; station densities varied from 1.8 to 5.5 points/km2.  Density 
values for the sedimentary section are taken from the formation density logs
from 15 wells located in western Syria.

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