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  1. Segev, A., Avni, Y., Shahar, J., Wald, R. 2017. Late Oligocene and Miocene different seaways to the Red Sea–Gulf of Suez rift and the Gulf of Aqaba–Dead Sea basins. Earth-Science Reviews 171, 196–219. (Download PDF file)

  2. Regenauer-Lieb, K., G. Rosenbaum, V. Lyakhovsky, J. Liu, R.Weinberg, A. Segev, and Y.Weinstein, 2015. Melt instabilities in an intraplate lithosphere and implications for volcanism in the Harrat Ash-Shaam volcanic field (NW Arabia), J. Geophys. Res. Solid Earth, 120, doi:10.1002/2014JB011403. (Download PDF file)

  3. Segev, A., Lyakhovsky, V., and Weinberger, R., 2014. Continental transform–rift interaction adjacent to a continental margin: The Levant case study. Earth-Sci. Rev., 139, 83-103 (Download PDF file)

  4. Avni, Y., Segev, A., Ginat, H., 2012. Oligocene regional denudation of the northern Afar dome: pre- and syn-breakup stages of the Afro-Arabian plate. Geol. Soc. America Bull. 124 (11/12), 1871-1897, doi: 10.1130/B30634.1. (Download PDF file) (Download color figures)

  5. Segev, A., Rybakov, M., and Mortimer, N., 2012. A crustal model for Zealandia and Fiji. Geophys. J. Int. 189, 1277-1292 doi: 10.1111/j.1365-246X.2012.05436.x (Download PDF file)

  6. Lyakhovsky, V., Segev, A., Schattner, U., and Weinberger, R., 2012. Deformation and seismicity associated with continental rift zones propagating toward continental margins. Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., 13, doi:10.1029/2011GC003927. (Download PDF file)

  7. Segev, A., Schattner, U., Lyakhovsky, V. (2011). Middle-Late Eocene structure of the southern Levant continental margin - tectonic motion versus global sea-level change. Tectonophysics 499: 165-177. (Download PDF file)

  8. Segev, A., Rybakov, M. (2011). History of faulting and magmatism in the Galilee (Israel) and across the Levant continental margin inferred from potential field data. J. Geodynamics 51: 264-284, doi:10.1016/j.jog.2010.10.001. (Download PDF file)

  9. Avni, Y., Segev, A., Ginat, H. (2011). Oligocene regional truncation surface (RTS) in southern Israel: Documentation of principal tectonic stage in the structural development of margins of the Dead Sea transform and northern Red Sea. Field Excursion, Guide Book. Isr. Geol. Soc. Annu. Meet. Mitzpe Ramon, pp. 6-27 (in Hebrew). (Download PDF file)

  10. Segev, A., Rybakov, M. (2010). Effects of Cretaceous plume and convergence, and Early Tertiary tectonomagmatic Quiescence on the central and southern Levant continental margin. J. Geol Soc., London, 167: 731-749. (Download PDF file)

  11. Beyth, M., Segev, A., Ginat, H. (2010). Timna Valley. Field Excursion, Guide Book. Isr. Geol. Soc. Annu. Meet. Eilot. pp. III-XVIII. (Download PDF file)

  12. Rybakov, M., Lyakhovsky, V., Segev, A., (2010). Detailed Gravity study in the Lower Galilee. Isr. Geol. Surv. Rep. GSI/29/2010, 37 p. (Download PDF file)

  13. Segev, A., Sass, E. (2009). The geology of the Carmel region, Albian- Turonian volcano- sedimentary cycles on the northwestern edge of the Arabian platform. Isr. Geol. Surv. Rep. GSI/7/2009, 77 p. (in Hebrew, English abstract). (Download PDF file)

  14. Segev, A., Sass, E. (2009). Geological Map of Israel, 1:50 000 - Atlit Sheet. Isr. Geol. Surv. Map. (Download PDF file)

  15. Segev, A. (2009). 40Ar/39Ar and K-Ar geochronology of Berriasian-Hauterivian and Cenomanian tectonomagmatic events in northern Israel: implications for regional stratigraphy. Cretaceous Res. 30: 810-828. (Download PDF file)

  16. Rybakov, M., Segev, A., Lyakhovsky, V. (2009). Gravity and magnetic study of the subsurface geology in Mount Carmel and the Yizre'el Valley. Isr. Geol. Surv. Rep. GSI/37/2009, 27 p. (Download PDF file)

  17. Segev, A., Rybakov, M., Lyakhovsky, V., Hofstetter, A., Tibor, G., Goldshmidt, V., Ben Avraham, Z. (2006). The structure, isostasy and gravity field of the Levant continental margin and the southeast Mediterranean area. Tectonophysics 425: 137-157. (Download PDF file)

  18. Segev, A., Reznikov, M., Lyakhovsky, V., Rybakov, M., Shaliv, G., Schattner, U. (2006). The Carmel-Gilboa fracture system: Study of the Emeq Yizreel subsurface. (In Hebrew). Isr. Geol. Surv. Rep. GSI/36/2006, 45 p. (Download PDF file)

  19. Segev, A., Sass, E. (2006). The geology of the central and southern Carmel. Field Excursion, Guide Book. Isr. Geol. Soc. Annu. Meet. Bet Shean. pp. 69-88 (in Hebrew). (Download PDF file)

  20. Rybakov, M., Segev, A. (2005). Depth to the Crystalline Basement in the Middle East with Emphasis on Israel and Jordan. Chapter 20, In: Geological Framework of the Levant: Volume II: Levantine Basin and Israel. (V. A. Krasheninnikov, J. K. Hall, F. Hirsch, C. Benjamini and A. Flexer, eds.), pp. 543-552, Historical Productions - Hall, Jerusalem. (Download PDF file)

  21. Segev, A. (2005). Phanerozoic magmatic activity associated with vertical motions in Israel and adjacent countries. Chapter 21, In: Geological Framework of the Levant: Volume II: Levantine Basin and Israel. (V. A. Krasheninnikov, J. K. Hall, F. Hirsch, C. Benjamini and A. Flexer, eds.), pp. 553-577, Historical Productions - Hall, Jerusalem. (Download PDF file)

  22. Segev, A., Weissbrod, T., Lang, B. (2005). 40Ar/39Ar dating of the Aptian-Albian igneous activity in the Negev, Israel: Consequences of the Levant-Nubia plume activity. Cretaceous Res. 26(4): 633-656. (Download PDF file)

  23. Rybakov, M., Segev, A. (2004). Top of the crystalline basement in the Levant. Geochem. Geophys. Geosys. (G3), 5, Q09001, doi: 10.1029/2004GC000690. (Download PDF file)

  24. Segev, A. (2004). Exploration and exploitation of natural resources. Eurica 18: 14-18 (in Hebrew). (Download PDF file)

  25. Segev, A., Shirav (Shwartz), M., Nezer-Cohen, H. (2004) (eds.). Potential raw materials for the industry and energy production in Israel. Isr. Geol. Surv. Rep. GSI/11/04, 89 p. (+ electronic data base on CD) (in Hebrew).

  26. Segev, A., Eshet, Y. (2003). Significance of Rb/Sr age of Early Permian volcanics, Helez Deep 1A borehole, central Israel. Afr. Geosci. Rev. 10(4): 333-345. (Download PDF file)

  27. Weissbrod, T., Segev, A. (2003). Lower Cretaceous magmatic activity in the Timna Valley: geological setting and 40Ar/39Ar dating. Isr. J. Earth Sci. 52(2): 77-95. (Download PDF file)

  28. Segev, A., Rybakov, M., Lyakhovsky, V., Hofstetter, A., Tibor, G., Ben Abraham, Z. (2003). The Levant and southeastern Mediterranean lithospheric structure and isostatic compensation. Isr. Geol. Surv. Rep. GSI/23/03, 38 p. (Download PDF file)

  29. Segev, A., Sass, E., Ron, H., Lang B., Kolodny, Y., McWilliams, M. (2002). Stratigraphic, geochronologic and paleomagnetic constraints on late Cretaceous volcanism in northern Israel. Isr. J. Earth Sci. 51(3-4): 297-309. (Download PDF file)

  30. Segev, A. (2002). Flood basalts, continental breakup and the dispersal of Gondwana: evidence for periodic migration of upwelling mantle flows (plumes). Euro. Geosci. Uni., Stephan Mueller Spec. Publ. Ser. 2: 171-191. (Download PDF file)

  31. Segev, A., Lang, B. (2002). 40Ar/39Ar dating of the upper Tayasir volcanics in the Mount Hermon area, northern Israel. Isr. Geol. Surv. Curr. Res. 13: 100-104. (Download PDF file)

  32. Rybakov, M., Fleischer, L., Reznikov, M., Segev, A. (2002). Study of the crystalline basement in Israel and adjacent areas. Geophys. Instit. Isr. Rep. 840/199/01, 14 p.

  33. Ginat, H., Segev, A., Beyth, M. (2001). Tectonics and the landscape formation in the southern Negev - beside the Milhan Fault. Field Excursion, Guide Book, Isr. Geol. Soc. Annu. Meet. Elat.. pp. 59 72 (in Hebrew). (Download PDF file)

  34. Weissbrod, T., Segev, A., Kapusta, Y. (2001). 40Ar/39Ar dating of the Early Cretaceous volcanic event in the Timna Valley. Isr. Geol. Surv. Rep. GSI/16/01, 16 p. (in Hebrew).

  35. Segev, A., Beyth, M. (2000). Geological Map of Israel, 1:50 000 - Har Seguv Sheet. Isr. Geol. Surv. Map. (Download PDF file)

  36. Segev, A. (2000). Comment on "Geology and geochronology of the Amram Massif, southern Negev Desert, Israel", by A. Mushkin, O. Navon, L. Halicz, A. Heimann, G. Woerner and M. Stein. Isr. J. Earth Sci. 49(4), 253.

  37. Segev, A. (2000). The principal Phanerozoic tectono-magmatic periods in the Levant and their stratigraphic record. Isr. Geol. Surv. Curr. Res. 12: 115-124. (Download PDF file)

  38. Segev, A. (2000). Synchronous magmatic cycles during the fragmentation of Gondwana: radiometric ages from the Levant and other provinces. Tectonophysics 325(4): 257-277. (Download PDF file)

  39. Segev, A., Ilani, S., Shirav, M., Sneh, A., Rosensaft, M. (2000). Potential building raw materials compared with lithological units. In: Atlas of computerized thematic geological maps of Israel (1:200,000). (M. Rosensaft, ed.) Isr. Geol. Surv. Curr. Res. 12: 66 and Fig. 9.

  40. Segev, A., Weissbrod, T. (2000). The Geological history of Timna Valley and the genesis of the copper ores. Isr. Geol. Surv. Rep. GSI/20/2000, 16 p.

  41. Segev, A., Ilani, S., Shirav, M. (2000). Map of raw materials for the building and construction industry in Israel (scale 1:250,000) Isr. Geol. Surv. Rep. GSI/38/2000.

  42. Segev, A., Goldshmidt, V., Rybakov, M. (1999). Late Precambrian-Cambrian tectonic setting of the crystalline basement in the northern Arabian-Nubian shield as derived from gravity and magnetic data: Basin-and-range characteristics. Isr. J. Earth Sci. 48: 159-178. (Download PDF file)

  43. Beyth, M., Segev, A., Bartov, Y. (1999). Geological Map of Israel, 1:50 000 - Be'er Ora Sheet. Isr. Geol. Surv. Map. (Download PDF file)

  44. Schlomovitch, N., Bar-Matthews, M., Segev, A., Matthews, A. (1999). Sedimentary and epigenetic copper mineral assemblages in the Cambrian Timna Formation, southern Israel. Isr. J. Earth Sci. 48: 195-208. (Download PDF file)

  45. Itamar, A., Segev, A., Peltz, S. (1998). The acid magmatic bodies associated with volcanism, hydrothermal alteration and mineralization in southern Makhtesh Ramon. Field Excursion, Guide Book. Isr. Geol. Soc. Annu. Meet. Mizpe Ramon, pp. 3-E - 19-E. (Download PDF file)

  46. Goldshmidt, V., Rybakov, M., Fleischer, L., Goldberg, I., Segev, A., Weiner, (1997). Interpretation of gravity and magnetic data from Israel and adjacent areas; investigation results.Geophys. Instit. Isr. Rep. 840/158/96 6 p, figs.

  47. Segev, A., Goldshmidt, V., Itamar, A., Rybakov, M. (1996). The effects of Mesozoic magmatism on the composition, structure and metallic mineralization in the Ramon area (southern Israel): magnetometric and gravimetric evidence. Isr. J. Earth Sci. 45: 89-112. (Download PDF file)

  48. Segev, A. (1996). National survey of raw materials for the building industry in Israel. Isr. Geol. Surv. Curr. Res. 10.

  49. Baer, G., Segev, A. (1996). The state of paleostress along the Milhan fault, southern Israel, with implications on the sense of fault displacement. Isr. Geol. Surv. Curr. Res. 10: 67-73. (Download PDF file)

  50. Segev, A., Itamar, A., Peltz, S. (1996). The Early Cretaceous Gavnunim magmatic history. Isr. Geol. Surv. Curr. Res. 10: 103-105. (Download PDF file)

  51. Segev, A., Halicz, L., Steinitz, G., Lang, B. (1995). Post depositional processes on a buried Cambrian sequence in southern Israel, north Arabian Massif: evidence from new K-Ar dating of Mn-nodules. Geol. Mag. 132: 375-385. (Download PDF file)

  52. Segev, A., Rybakov, M., Weissbrod, T., Beyth, M. (1995). Lower Cretaceous gabbroic intrusion at shallow depth in the Timna Valley, southern Israel: magnetometric evidence. Isr. J. Earth Sci. 44: 137-148. (Download PDF file)

  53. Segev, A., Weissbrod, T., Schlomovich, N., Levenshtein, Y. and Rothenberg, B. (1994). Geology and Archeology in the Timna Valley. Field Trip No. 1, Twelfth Conf. of Isr. Mineral Sci. and Eng. Assoc., pp. 217-236 (in Hebrew). (Download PDF file)

  54. Segev, A., Itamar, A., Peltz, S., Lang, B. (1994). The age of Arod Conglomerate by K-Ar dating of igneous pebbles, Makhtesh Ramon, southern Israel. Isr. Geol. Surv. Curr. Res. 9: 33-36. (Download PDF file)

  55. Segev, A., Shirav, M. (1994). The mineral resources in the Negev erosional craters. Isr. Geol. Surv. Rep. GSI/22/94, 27 p. (in Hebrew). (Download PDF file)

  56. Segev, A., Rybakov, M., Weissbrod, T., Beyth, M. (1993). Lower Cretaceous magmatic body in the Timna Valley: magnetometric interpretation. Isr. Geol. Surv. Curr. Res. 8: 22-23.

  57. Beyth, M., Segev, A., Bartov, Y. (1993). Selected stratigraphic and structural features in the Be'er Ora sheet. Isr. Geol. Surv. Curr. Res. 8: 51-53. (Download PDF file)

  58. Segev, A., Itamar, A., Goldshmidt, V., Rybakov, M., Vulcan, U. (1993). Subsurface structure and composition of the Ramon region - magnetometric and gravimetric research. Isr. Geol. Surv. Rep. GSI/29/93. Z.D./175/93; RO3/68/93. 22 p. (in Hebrew). (Download PDF file)

  59. Segev, A. (1992). Remobilization of uranium and associated metals through karstification processes: A case study from the Timna Formation (Cambrian), southern Israel. Ore Geol. Rev. 7: 135-148. (Download PDF file)

  60. Segev, A., Steinitz, G., Wauschkuhn, A. (1992). Dating of manganese minerals Preliminary results. Isr. Geol. Surv. Curr. Res. 7: 39-41.

  61. Itamar, A., Goldshmidt, V., Segev, A., Vulcan, U., Rybakov, M., Orion, Y. Zafrir, H. (1992). Magnetic and gravimetric survey in southern Makhtesh Ramon. Isr. Geol. Surv. Rep. TR-GSI/39/92, 37 p. (in Hebrew).

  62. Segev, A., Beyth, M., Bar-Matthews, M. (1992). The geology of the Timna Valley with emphasis on copper and manganese mineralization - Updating and correlation with the eastern margins of the Dead Sea Rift. Isr. Geol. Surv. Rep. GSI/14/92, 31 p. (Download PDF file)

  63. Segev, A. (1992). Land Use mapping, Jericho sheet 1:50,000 (9 III,IV), explanatory notes, Geotechnical map, Geomorphological map, Hydrogeological map, Mineral Resources map and Land Use map. Isr. Geol. Surv. Rep. GSI/4/92, 29 p. + 6 (1:50,000) maps and figs. (in Hebrew).

  64. Shirav, M., Halicz, L.A., Segev, A. and Beyth, M. (1991). Geochemistry of ephemeral stream sediments in the southern most part of Israel. In: Exploration Geochemistry. (F. Mrna, ed.), pp. 334-340. Geol. Surv., Prague & Czech Acad. Sci. (Download PDF file)

  65. Segev, A., Halicz, L.A., Lang, B., Steinitz, G. (1991). K Ar dating of manganese minerals from the Eisenbach region, Black Forest, southwest Germany. Schweiz. Mineral. Petrogr. Mitt. 71: 101 114. (Download PDF file)

  66. Segev, A. (1990). Sedimentary and epigenetic processes associated with metallic mineralizations within the Timna Formation. Field Excursion, Guide Book. Isr. Geol. Soc. Annu. Meet. Elat. pp. 10 12.

  67. Weissbrod, T., Segev, A., Beyth, M. (1990). Lower Cretaceous phreatomagmatic activity and volcaniclastic rocks at Timna Valley. Field Excursion, Guide Book. Isr. Geol. Soc. Annu. Meet. Elat. pp. 17 19.

  68. Segev, A., Sass, E. (1989). Copper enriched syngenetic dolostones as a source for epigenetic copper mineralization in sandstones and shales (Timna, Israel). In: Sediment-hosted Stratiform Copper Deposits. (R.W. Boyle, A.C. Brown and, E.C. Jefferson, eds.), pp. 647 658. Geol. Assoc. Canada, Spec. Pub. 36. (Download PDF file)

  69. Segev, A., Sass, E. (1989). Lithofacies and thickness control by epigenetic dissolution the dolomitic Timna Fm. Cambrian, southern Israel. Sediment. Geol. 63: 109 129. (Download PDF file)

  70. Segev, A. (1987). The age of the latest Precambrian volcanism in southern Israel, northeastern Sinai and southwestern Jordan a re evaluation. Precambrian Res. 36: 277 285. (Download PDF file)

  71. Segev, A., Beyth, M. (1986). Geological Map of the Timna Valley on a scale of 1:20 000. Isr. Geol. Surv. Map. (Download PDF file)

  72. Segev, A., Steinitz, G. (1986). Dating of manganese nodules and reset illites in the Cambrian Timna Formation, southern Israel. Terra Cognita 6: 112 113.

  73. Segev, A. (1986). Syngenetic copper enriched dolostones as a source for epigenetic copper mineralization in sandstones and shales (Timna, Israel). Canadian Mineral. 24: 206.

  74. Segev, A., Bar Matthews, M. (1985). Lithostratigraphy and mineralization occurrences in the Timna Formation, Timna Valley. Field Excursion, Guide Book. Isr. Geol. Soc. Annu. Meet., Yotvata. pp. 114 130.

  75. Segev, A. (1984). Lithostratigraphy and paleogeography of the marine Cambrian in southern Israel and southwestern Jordan. Isr. J. Earth Sci. 33: 26 33. (Download PDF file)

  76. Segev, A. (1984). Gibbsite mineralization and its genetic implication for the Umm Bogma manganese deposit, southwestern Sinai. Miner. Deposita 19: 54 62. (Download PDF file)

  77. Beyth, M., Segev, A. (1983). Lower Cretaceous basaltic plug in the Timna Valley. Isr. J. Earth Sci. 32: 165 166. (Download PDF file)

  78. Rosenfeld, A., Segev, A., Halbersberg, E. (1981). Ostracode species and paleosalinities of the Pliocene Bira and Gesher formations (northwestern Jordan Valley). Isr. J. Earth Sci. 30: 113 119. (Download PDF file)

  79. Shiloni, Y., Segev, A., Martinotti, G.M., Raab, M. (1977). An Early Eocene glauconitic bed in Hor Hahar, Negev, Israel. Isr. J. Earth Sci. 26: 102 107. (Download PDF file)