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Where is Oman?

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Oman Country Information:

Oman is located in the Middle East, Oman is bordered by the Persian Gulf (Arabian Gulf), Gulf of Oman, and the Arabian Sea and United Arab Emirates, Yemen, and Saudi Arabia to the west.

Oman Bordering Countries:

Saudi Arabia, UAE, Yemen

Oman Cities:

Adam, Al Khaburah, Al Qabil, Alayat Sama'il, Ash Shisar, Barka, Bidbid, Bilad Bani Bu 'Ali, Dank, Dawkah, Duqm, Habarut, Hasik, Hayma, Ibra, Kalban, Kharfat, Khluf, Masqat (Muscat), Matrah, Mirbat, Mudayrib, Nizwa, Qurayyat, Rakhyut, Raysut, Sadh, Saham, Salalah, Sharbatat, Shinas, Suhar, Sur, Taqah and Thamarit .

Oman Locations:

Arabian Sea, Ghubbat Sawqirah, Gulf of Oman, Khalij Masira, Persian Gulf (Arabian Gulf), Tur'at Masirah, Wadi Aswad and Wadi Musallim.

Oman Natural Resources:

The mineral resources for Oman include copper, asbestos, chromium, gypsum, limestone and some marble. The fuel resources in this country include the fossil fuels of petroleum and natural gas.

Oman Natural Hazards:

There are periodic droughts in Oman. Other natural hazards include the summer winds, which will often raise large sandstorms and dust storms in the country’s interior.

Oman Environmental Issues:

The country of Oman has very limited natural fresh water resources. Other environmental issues are the soil has a measured rise of salinity, and there is pollution on the country’s beaches from oil spills.
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