Volume 33 (2023)
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Volume 30 (2020)
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Volume 28 (2019)
Volume 27 (2018)
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Volume 25 (2016)
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Geology and Geochemistry of Aniq-Qarachilar Au- Cu- Mo Mineralization (NE of Kharvana, Eastern Azarbaijan)

M.A.A Mokhtari; H Moinvaziri2; M.R Ghorbani; M Mehrpartou

Volume 23, Issue 90 , March 2014, , Pages 135-150


  Au-Cu-Mo mineralization of Aniq-Qarachilar area is located in Arasbaran ore zone within the Qaradagh batholith. Mineralization in this area mainly includes Au-Cu-Mo bearing quartz veins within the granodiorite that cropped out in three areas include: Qarachilar (2 major veins), Zarlidareh (8 veins) and ...  Read More

Geochemistry and Fluid Inclusions Studies of Low-Sulfidation Epithermal Gold Mineralization in the Mirkuh Ali Mirza Area, Sarab, NW Iran

A. Maghsoudi; M. Yazdi; M. Mehrpartou; M. Vosooghi Abedini

Volume 22, Issue 85 , December 2013, , Pages 9-14


  The Mirkuh Ali Mirza gold mineralization is located in north Sarab in the Western Alborz–Azerbaijan structural zone. Mineralization was formed in the form of a vein occurring in Neogene dacitic and rhyodacitic tuff along a series of NW–SE trending fault; Mineralization associated with quartz-sericite-adularia-calcite ...  Read More

The Mineralogy and Petrology of Kamtal Skarn (North of Kharvana, Eastern Azarbaijan)

M. A. A. Mokhtari; H. Moinvaziri; M. R. Ghorbani; M. Mehrpartou; G. Hosseinzadeh

Volume 22, Issue 86 , December 2012, , Pages 213-220


  Kamtal skarn zone is located in the 20km north of Kharvana in the Eastern Azarbaijan. Skarn-type metasomatic alteration is the result of Kamtal monzonitic intrusion into the Upper Cretaceous impure carbonates. Kamtal skarn include exoskarn and endoskarn zones. Exoskarn is the major zone that its thickness ...  Read More

Introducing of Copper Porphyry Type and Gold Mineralization in Siliceous Veins at Mirkuh Ali Mirza Area, Sarab,by Geochemical Exploration

A. Maghsoudi; M. Yazdi; M. Mehrpartou; M. Vosoghi Abedini

Volume 21, Issue 81 , December 2011, , Pages 121-128


  The Mirkuh Ali Mirza area is situated at north of Sarab, NW of Iran. The study area is located in in Meshkin Shahr 1:100000 geological sheets at western Alborz–Azerbaijan structural zone. The major exposed rocks in the area are the Eocene and Neogene volcanic and subvolcanic rocks which include ...  Read More

Petrology, Geochemistry and Tectonomagmatic Setting of Kamtal Intrusion (North of Kharvana, Eastern Azarbaijan)

M .A. Mokhtari; H. Moein Vaziri; M.R. Ghorbani; M. Mehr Parto

Volume 18, Issue 71 , January 2009, , Pages 123-128


  Kamtal intrusion is located in East Azarbaijan province, NW of Iran, near the Armenia border. The Kamtal intrusion consist of an acidic part with monzogranitic composition and an intermediate- basic part which compositionally composed of monzonite, monzodiorite, quartz  monzonite, quartz monzodiorite ...  Read More

Fluid Inclusion and Mineralogical Studies of the Sharafabad Epithermal Gold Deposit, NW Iran

S. Ebrahimi; Y. Pan; S. Alirezaei; M. Mehrpartou

Volume 18, Issue 71 , January 2009, , Pages 149-154


  The Sharafabad auriferous epithermal vein system is located in the Alborz-Azarbaijan magmatic assemblage in northwestern Iran. The veins are hosted by Eocene andesitic volcanic and pyroclastic rocks and tuffs. Wall rock alteration includes an inner silicic zone often bordered by argillic and propylitic ...  Read More

Local and Marginal Mineralogy of Alteration Haloes around Mineralized Veins of Masjeddaghi Area, Jolfa

A. Akbarpour; A. Rasa; M. Mehrpartou

Volume 16, Issue 63 , March 2007, , Pages 140-153


  The Masjeddaghi area is a part of Alborz-Azarbaijan Zone and located in the Jolfa 1:100000 geological map sheet. The oldest rock units cropped out widely in the south and northeast of the area belong to the Eocene flysch-type sediments. The other outcrops consist mainly of volcanic rock complex of andesites ...  Read More