عنوان مقاله [English]
Among the sedimentary units of the east flysch basin in the Nosrat-Abad area, where in the 105km northwest of Zahedan, there is a sandstone-conglomerate unit with an Oligo-Miocene age. The depositional environment of this deposit was fluvial which has been morphologically dissected in several portions; this unit covers the Eocene sandstone-shale deposits by an angular unconformity about 30 degrees. The measured thickness is about 2650 meters. The composed particles and pebbles are in various grain size. On the other hand, sandstone, siltstone, and mudstone accompany the conglomerate unit. Field observations document the unit was formed in a fluvial depositional environment. Imbrication and cross, smooth, and lens-shaped bedding are the main recognizable sedimentary structures. Moreover, the caved and filled structure are seen. Note that there is difference between the lithology of the pebbles in the conglomerate and the rocks composing the flysch zone, the pebbles could be originated from the west side, where in the Lut block. The recognized fossils from limestone pebbles are belong to the families such as Orbitolina, Alveolina, Nummulite, and Miliolid, consequently, the age of conglomerate-sandstone unit must be younger than Eocene and cover by Conglomarate Quaternary probably could be Oilgo-Miocene.