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The Absheron peninsula, is a peninsula in Azerbaijan. It is host to Baku, the biggest and the most populous city of the country, and also the Baku metropolitan area, with its satellite cities Sumgayit and Khyrdalan.
- also known as 阿普歇伦半岛
- part of Azerbaijan
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The Ground Beneath Our Feet (2003)
A Factor in Urban Planning by United Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific
Regional overview The Absheron Peninsula is an old orogenic belt (Iran- Caucasus-Anatolia) that is characterized by linear, moderately active seismic zones. These high risk zones trend west-north-west beneath the city of Baku and continue ...
Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Radiation Safety Problems in the Caspian Region, Baku, Azerbaijan, 11-14 September 2003 by Mohammed K. Zaidi, Islam Mustafaev
The Absheron peninsula is a young geologic province. Most of its territory is composed of recent sedimentary weakly radioactive deposits represented by clays, sandstones, sands and limestone. Results of the analyses to verify amount of ...
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