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Sedimentary setting and paleoecology of the Upper Cretaceous rudist-bearing deposits in Khorram Abad, Zagros Basin

I. Maghfouri Moghaddam

Volume 26, Issue 104 , September 2017, , Pages 173-186


  Sedimentary setting and paleoecology of the rudist-bearing Upper Cretaceous  strata were studied in three sections in Khorram abad. The sections include: Tang Shabi Khone, Cham Sangar (Tarbur Formation) and Pir Shams Eldin (upper part of Amiran Formation). The Tang- E Shabi Khone and Chamsangar ...  Read More

Stratigraphy and Palaeontology
Stratigraphy of the Shahbazan Formation in Lorestan basin

A. Abdolnia; I. Maghfouri Moghaddam; D. Baghbani

Volume 26, Issue 103 , June 2017, , Pages 157-168


  The Shahbazan Formation deposited in the Lorestan foreland basin and northeastern part of Dezful embayment zone during the Middle-Late Eocene age. In order to study the stratigraphy of the Shahbazan Formation, four surface sections of this formation in northeastern flank of Langar anticline, southeastern ...  Read More

Microbiostratigraphy and Microfacies of Tale-Zang Formation in Lorestan Basin

P. Rajabi; I. M. Moghadam; F. Gharib

Volume 22, Issue 86 , December 2012, , Pages 155-160


  In this study, the Sediments of Taleh-Zang Formation was investigated in South West of Khoramabad. The thickness of Taleh-Zang Formation in Qalebi section measured 200m. In this section the sediment of Taleh-Zang Formation is isoclines between Amiran Formation at the base, and Kashkan Formation at the ...  Read More

Introducing Rudist of Tarbur Formation, Semirum and Khorramabad Sections

I. Maghfouri Moghaddam

Volume 20, Issue 77 , January 2010, , Pages 63-66


  Rudists of the Tarbur Formation, in 7 km southwest of Semirum and 10 km north of Khorramabad, have been studied. Paleontological studies indicate that the age of the Tarbur Formation in both sections is Masstrichtian, and has a rich macrofossil fauna of rudist. The important types of rudist include Radiolites, ...  Read More