Physical Map of Qatar | Major Physical Features
Qatar is a Western Asian country that is one of the seven nations that make up the Arabian Peninsula. It is located in the Middle East. Physical Map of Qatar occupies 11,437 km2 (4,416 sq mi) on a peninsula that extends approximately 160 km (99 mi) north into the Persian Gulf from the Arabian Peninsula. Saudi Arabia to the south is the only country it shares its land border with. All of Qatar is surrounded by the Gulf of Persia. The Gulf of Bahrain separates Qatar from the Kingdom of Bahrain.
As observed On the Qatar Physical Map, the country occupies a peninsula extending into the Persian Gulf from the Arabian Peninsula. The country also has several low-lying offshore islands and it is covered with sand. Surrounding an inlet of the Persian Gulf there is an area of rolling sand dunes the Khor al Adaid to the southeast in the country. Qatar occupies a total area of 11,437 sq. km. Qurayn Abu al Bawl at 103 meters is the highest point of the country. It is located to the west in the Jebel Dukhan.
- Continent: Asia
- Coordinates: 25.30°N 51.15°E
- Area: Ranked 164th
• Total 11,571 km2 (4,468 sq mi)
• Land 100%, Water 0%
- Coastline: 563 km (350 mi)
- Borders Saudi Arabia: 60 km (37 mi)
- Highest Point: Qurayn Abu al Bawl, 103 m (338 ft)
- Lowest Point: the Persian Gulf, 0 m (0 ft)
- Climate: Arid; mild, pleasant winters; very hot, humid summers
- Natural Resources: Petroleum, natural gas, fish
A range of low limestone outcroppings which runs from the north-south direction from Zikrit to the southern border is the feature of this range. Qatar’s main onshore oil deposits are located in the Jebel Dukhan area. To the northwest of the country lie the natural gas resources. It holds very great significance because of its resources of natural gas.
142 fungal species are found in Qatar. The highest per-capita carbon dioxide emissions are produced by Qatar in the world. Based on estimates in 2011 estimates, 5.6% of the land is agricultural. Arable land comprises 1.1%, permanent crops 0.2%, and permanent pasture 4.6%. 94.4% of the land was used for other uses. In 2003, 129.4 km2 (50.0 sq mi) of land was irrigated.
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