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Volume 29 (2020)
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Seismotectonics of the East Alborz and Kopeh- Dagh zones using local seismic network data

M. Kouhpeyma; M. Talebian; L. Chen; A. Ghods; M. Ghorashi

Volume 31, Issue 1 , June 2021, , Pages 199-208


  The Kopeh Dagh and Binalud-Alla Dagh mountains are important structural elements located in the northeastern boundary of Arabia-Eurasia collision zone. Due to existence of large cities with a long history of civilization, there is a relatively rich body of data on historical seismicity in this area. ...  Read More

Basement Seismicity in the Lurestan Arc of Zagros

Mohammadreza Jamalreyhani; Abdolreza Ghods; Seyyed Khalil Mottaghi; Esmail Shabanian; Morteza Talebian; Beijing Chen

Volume 29, Issue 113 , November 2019, , Pages 13-24


  One of the main issues in Zagros is the extent that basement and the thick sedimentary layer participate in the observed seismicity. During Nov. 2013, five magnitude ~5 Mw events hit a region in the western end of Lurestan arc of Simply Folded Belt (SFB) of Zagros. We used the Iran-China temporary network ...  Read More

Comparison of Seismic, Geodetic and Geologic Moment Rates in Eastern Alborz and Kopeh Dagh

M. Talebian

Volume 22, Issue 86 , December 2012, , Pages 183-192


  The north east of Iran, extending from central Alborz to Kopeh Dagh Mountains, is one of the most seismically active regions of Iran. Several large and ancient cities are located in this region and thus provide relatively reach documented history of earthquakes. Numerous active faults have been known ...  Read More

Estimating Slip Rates of Faults around Bam and their Application in Evaluation of Earthquake Hazard

M. Talebian; S. H. Tabatabaei; M. Fattahi; M. Ghorashi; A. Beitollahi; A. Ghalandarzadeh; M.A. Riahi

Volume 19, Issue 74 , February 2010, , Pages 149-156


  The Iranian plateau lies between the Arabian and Eurasian plates and accommodates approximately 22 mm/yr of N-S shortening.  About 9 mm/y of this shortening is taken up by folding and thrusting in the Zagros while the remaining 13 mm/yr is taken up in the Alborz and Kopeh-Dagh. The Central Iran ...  Read More