Volume 33 (2023)
Volume 32 (2022)
Volume 31 (2021)
Volume 30 (2020)
Volume 29 (2020)
Volume 28 (2019)
Volume 27 (2018)
Volume 26 (2017)
Volume 25 (2016)
Volume 24 (2015)
Volume 23 (2014)
Volume 22 (2013)
Volume 21 (2012)
Volume 20 (2011)
Volume 19 (2010)
Volume 18 (2009)
Volume 17 (2008)
Volume 16 (2007)
Faghan fault system, constrain on the late Cenozoic kinematics of the Northern Lut Block, Central Iran

Mohammad Reza Mazinani; Ali Yassaghi; Reza Nozaem

Volume 32, Issue 3 , September 2022, , Pages 103-118


  The E-W trending Faghan fault system with >180 km in length located in the northern part of the Lut Block and south of the Dorouneh Fault in central Iran. The fault cut through basement rocks and all other younger units from Cambrian to Cenozoic. Kinematic and dynamic analyses of the Faghan fault ...  Read More

Geometry, Kinematic and dynamic analysis of Bamu fault zone in north of Shiraz, Zagros Folded Belt Zone

Ali Bandegani; Ali Yassaghi; Mohsen Eliassi

Volume 30, Issue 118 , January 2021, , Pages 215-224


  In this paper, the structural evolution of Bamu fault zone located in the Zagros folded belt zone is presented as an example of northeast-trending fault zone in the Zagros, using the kinematic and dynamic analysis of accompanied structures. Based on structural and paleostress analyzes two phases of shortening ...  Read More

Structural and microstructural analyses of the deformation in the Faryadoun region, NE of the Zagros orogenic belt: Evidence for the occurrance of the sinistral shear

Mohammad Ali Ghanbarian; Ali Yassaghi

Volume 30, Issue 117 , December 2020, , Pages 243-252


  This research has presented the results of the structural and microstructural analyses of the Faryadoun region which is located in the NE of the Fars province. In this research, a new NW-striking belt has been introduced in the central part of Zagros hinterland and NE of the Sanandaj-Sirjan metamorphic ...  Read More

Structural evolution of High Zagros fault in Faraghun Mountains, Evidence for right lateral transpression in SE Zagros

Mojtaba Ershadinia; Saeed Madanipour; Ali Yassaghi

Volume 27, Issue 108 , September 2018, , Pages 37-44


  Faraghun Mountains are located in the south eastern part of the Zagros orogen. Early Ordovician- Permian rock units are deepest stratigraphic units exposed in the central part of the Faraghun Mountains. High Zagros Fault (HZF) is the main structural feature bordering southern flank of these mountains. ...  Read More

Geometric- kinematic analysis of the Kalmard fault zone, north of Ozbak-Kuh, central Iran

Mohammad Moumeni Taromsari; Maryam Dehbozorgi; Reaza Nozaem; Ali Yassaghi

Volume 28, Issue 109 , September 2018, , Pages 245-254


  Kalmard fault is considered as one of the fundamental faults in central Iran zone. The Ozbak Kuh mountains with a NE-SW strike are located in central Iran in the Kalmard fault zone. Hence, analyze the folds and faults in this deformed zone can aid in the understanding of structural evolution of this ...  Read More

Study on changing of stress Field and it,s role on deformation of Faraghan Structure in Eastern Zagros

S. A. Atapourfard; A. Yassaghi; M. Rezaian; E. Shabanian

Volume 27, Issue 105 , December 2017, , Pages 13-24


  In the east of high Zagros – in Faraghan Anticline- sedimentary cover with more than 10 km thickness has decoupled from basement above the Hormuz salt and has deformed. Mention anticline is cut by High Zagros Fault. By attention to lack of paleostress study and kinematic interpretation on north ...  Read More

Structural evolution of Ashkhaneh fault zone in northwestern Kopeh-Dagh (NE Iran)

E. Gholami; S. Shoraka; A. Yassaghi

Volume 26, Issue 104 , September 2017, , Pages 163-172


  The East-West to Northwest-Southeast trending Ashkhaneh fault zone is located in northeast of Iran between the Alborz and Kopeh-dagh tectonic zones. Geometric and kinematic characteristics of Ashkhaneh fault zone was revealed by measuring of fault kinematic indicators such as: S-C structures, asymmetric ...  Read More

Determining the Deformation Condition of the Mosha Fault Using Microstructure and Fluid Inclusion Data

M Ehteshami-Moinabadi; A Yassaghi

Volume 24, Issue 1393 , March 2015, , Pages 87-97


  The assessment of deformation condition of the Mosha Fault during Middle-Late Miocene carried out using microstructure and thermometry of fluid inclusions within calcite veins in the fault zone. Based on intra-crystalline deformation of quartz grains, calcite twin, and thermometry of primary fluid inclusions ...  Read More

Influence of North Kopeh Dagh Oblique-slip Fault Zone on the en Echelon Arrangement of the Nader Anticline Culminations in the Kopeh Dagh Fold- Thrust Belt

B Derikvand; A Yassaghi

Volume 24, Issue 1393 , March 2015, , Pages 197-208


  The folding style analysis is one of the initial investigations on hydrocarbon reservoirs anticlines. Nader Anticline is located in the western part of the Eastern Kopeh Dagh zone and on hanging wall of the North Kopeh Dagh Reverse Fault. The structural analysis of the anticline is carried out along ...  Read More

Influence of Mechanical Stratigraphy on Structural Style in the Central Zagros Fold-Thrust Belt

M Najafi; A Yassaghi; A Bahroudi

Volume 24, Issue 1393 , March 2015, , Pages 329-334


  Mechanical characterizations of sedimentary cover, especially presence of ductile rock units is a major controlling parameter on deformation style within fold and thrust belts. Interpretation of seismic profiles as well as scaled analogue modeling allows us to determine the influence of ductile levels ...  Read More

Structural Analysis of the Main Recent Fault and its Relation with the Main Zagros Reverse Fault in Kurdistan

S. Sadeghi; A. Yassaghi; M. Fathollahi

Volume 22, Issue 88 , December 2013, , Pages 41-50


  In this paper, the structural relationship between two main structural features of the Zagros suture zone, that is, the Main Zagros Reverse Fault (MZRF) and the Main Recent Fault (MRF) in Kurdistan area has been studied in more detail. This provides information as to the structural evolution and seismotectonics ...  Read More

Structural Analysis of Dowgonbadan Region, Zagros Fold Thrust Belt, An Instance of Frontal and Lateral Ramp

A. Yassaghi; H. Narimani; M. Gh. Hasan goodarzi

Volume 21, Issue 82 , December 2011, , Pages 53-64


  Structures in fold-thrust belts such as Zagros which are developing mainly along the belt strike often terminate at the transverse structures. The Zagros Mountain Front Fault has cut and displace at different parts by transverse structures. At Dowgonbadan area this fault is intersected by the Kharg-Mish ...  Read More

The Study of Dorouneh Fault System's West Termination in Jandaq-Talmessi Area

M. Esterabi - Ashtiani; A. Yassaqi; H. R. Javadi; M. Shahpasandzadeh; M. R. Ghassemi

Volume 20, Issue 79 , January 2011, , Pages 13-20


  Dorouneh Fault is located in the north of Central Iran Microplate with left-lateral strike-slip mechanism and plays an important role in the formation of Iran plateau's morphology. Dorouneh fault, with bend geometry and 900 km length, extends from HyrmandRiver in the Afghanistan border to Anarak area ...  Read More

The Effect of Izeh Transverse Fault Zone Reactivation on the Deformation of Sedimentary Cover in Zagros Fold-Thrust Belt

Z. Davoodi; A. Yassaghi

Volume 20, Issue 80 , January 2011, , Pages 71-88


  Geometry and kinematics analyses of structures developed along one of the transverse fault zone (Izeh) in the Zagros fold-thrust belt has been presented to document the origin and to present the effect of this fault zone on the belt structures. Surface deformation of Izeh fault zone on the cover sediments ...  Read More

Structural Analysis of the Zagros Collision Zone, West Aligodarz

A. H. Sadr; Mohammad Mohajjel; A. Yasaghi

Volume 19, Issue 76 , January 2010, , Pages 149-158


  The style of deformation changes from the hinterland (Sanandaj-Sirjan zone) to the foreland (Zagros) through the Zagros Orogen containing thick-skinned and thin-skinned deformation respectively. NW-SE trending thrust faults dipping to northeast have carried the older rock sequences to the surface. The ...  Read More

The Geometric and Kinematic Analysis of Soltan Anticline in Zagros Fold-Thrust Belt; An Evaluation of the Dehram Group Closure

A. Aflatounian; A. Yassaghi; A.H. Ahmadnia

Volume 18, Issue 70 , February 2009, , Pages 14-27


         Soltan anticline is located in northwest of the Zagros fold-thrust belt in the LorestanProvince. Geometric and kinematic analyses of the anticline have been carried out to estimate the closure of the Dehram Group in order to evaluate its potential for gas reservoirs. Geometric ...  Read More

Structural Evidences of N-S Striking Faults Effect on Deformation Development in SE Birjand , Sistan Zone

E. Gholami; M. A. A. Nogole sadat; M. M. Khatib; A. Yassaghi

Volume 18, Issue 71 , January 2009, , Pages 13-19


   Right lateral shear between Central Iran and Afghanestan caused activity of N-S and NW-SE fault zones in eastern Iran. Faults interaction effect on creation of restraining zones and out-crop of ophiolitic rocks along fault zones. Study of geometric and kinematic of structures approache to recognition ...  Read More

Kinematic Analysis of Folding in Anticline Structures in the Interior Fars Region

M. A. Ganjavian; S. Shahriari; A. Yassaqi

Volume 18, Issue 71 , January 2009, , Pages 91-96


  Fars region in southwest Iran lies at the Zagros foreland and is bounded to the north and east by the Zagros thrust, to the west by the Kazerun fault, and to the south by the HormozStrait and the Persian Gulf. Thrust faults and associated folds are the main structures in the Fars region. The structures ...  Read More

Structural Geometry of Taleqan Mountains; an Evidence for Structural Evolution of South Central Alborz Range from Inversion to Transpression Tectonics

S. Madanipour; A. Yassaghi

Volume 18, Issue 72 , January 2009, , Pages 127-134


  Taleqan Mountains located in South-Central Alborz range accommodate one of the best stratigraphic sequences of the range. The area bounded by the Taleqan fault in the north and the Mosha fault in the south. These faults separate Paleozoic-Mesozoic rocks from southern and northern Tertiary rocks. In this ...  Read More