B. R. C. Granier, R. G. Peebles and N. J. Sander write: The model proposed by Rousseau et al. (2005) for the Jurassic evolution of the Arabian carbonate platform edge is in part based on field observations made in Jabal Akhdar, central Oman (Fig. 1), and on material collected there. Some of their conclusions based on these data are sound, but they are not original: for instance, the diachroneity of the main pre-Kahmah Group unconformity and the extent of the associated hiatus were documented in the seminal memoir published by Glennie et al. (1974), and...

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