Dubai is arranged on the Persian Gulf shoreline of the United Arab Emirates and is generally adrift level. The emirate of Dubai imparts outskirts to Abu Dhabi in the south, Sharjah in the upper east, and the Sultanate of Oman in the southeast. Hatta, a minor exclave of the emirate, is encompassed on three sides by Oman and by the emirates of Ajman (in the west) and Ras Al Khaimah (in the north). The Persian Gulf outskirts the western bank of the emirate. Dubai is situated at 25.2697°N 55.3095°E and spreads a region of 1,588 sq mi, which speaks to a noteworthy extension past its underlying 1,500 sq mi assignment because of land recovery from the ocean.
Dubai lies specifically inside the Arabian Desert. Nonetheless, the geology of Dubai is essentially unique in relation to that of the southern segment of the UAE in that a lot of Dubai's scene is featured by sandy leave designs, while rock deserts overwhelm a significant part of the southern locale of the nation. The sand comprises generally of pounded shell and coral and is fine, spotless and white. East of the city, the salt-crusted seaside fields, known as sabkha, offer route to a north-south running line of ridges. More distant east, the rises become bigger and are tinged red with press oxide.
The level sandy forsake offers path toward the Western Hajar Mountains, which keep running nearby Dubai's fringe with Oman at Hatta. The Western Hajar chain has a bone-dry, rugged and smashed scene, whose mountains ascend to around 1,300 meters in a few spots. Dubai has no common stream bodies or desert springs; be that as it may, Dubai has a characteristic bay, Dubai Creek, which has been dug to make it sufficiently profound for extensive vessels to go through. Dubai likewise has various chasms and waterholes, which spot the base of the Western Al Hajar Mountains. A tremendous ocean of sand hills covers a lot of southern Dubai and in the end leads into the forsake known as The Empty Quarter. Seismically, Dubai is in an extremely stable zone—the closest seismic blame line, the Zagros Fault, is 200 kilometers from the UAE and is probably not going to have any seismic effect on Dubai. Specialists additionally anticipate that the likelihood of a tidal wave in the locale is insignificant on the grounds that the Persian Gulf waters are not sufficiently profound to trigger a wave.
The sandy leave encompassing the city bolsters wild grasses and incidental date palms. Forsake hyacinths develop in the sabkha fields east of the city, while acacia and ghaf trees develop in the level fields inside the nearness of the Western Al Hajar mountains. A few indigenous trees, for example, the date palm and neem and in addition imported trees, for example, the eucalypts develop in Dubai's common parks. The houbara bustard, striped hyena, caracal, leave fox, bird of prey and Arabian oryx are basic in Dubai's forsake. Dubai is on the movement way between Europe, Asia and Africa, and more than 320 transitory fowl species go through the emirate in spring and harvest time. The waters of Dubai are home to more than 300 types of fish, including the hammour. The run of the mill marine life off the Dubai drift incorporates tropical fish, jellyfish, coral, dugong, dolphins, whales and sharks. Different sorts of turtles can likewise be found in the range including the hawksbill turtle and green turtle, which are recorded as jeopardized species.
Dubai Creek runs upper east southwest through the city. The eastern segment of the city shapes the territory of Deira and is flanked by the emirate of Sharjah in the east and the town of Al Aweer in the south. The Dubai International Airport is found south of Deira, while the Palm Deira is found north of Deira in the Persian Gulf. Quite a bit of Dubai's land blast is concentrated toward the west of Dubai Creek, on the Jumeirah seaside belt. Port Rashid, Jebel Ali, Burj Al Arab, the Palm Jumeirah and subject based free-zone groups, for example, Business Bay are altogether situated in this area.