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Volume 31 (2021)
Volume 30 (2020)
Volume 29 (2020)
Volume 28 (2019)
Volume 27 (2018)
Volume 26 (2017)
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Stratigraphy and Palaeontology
Lithostratigarphy and Biostratigaraphy of the Dalichai Formation in Absharaf Section, Northwest of Damghan on the base of Ammonites (East Alborz)

marjan zadesmaeil; Mahmoud Reza Majidifard; Seyed Hamid Vaziri; Davood Jahani

Volume 31, Issue 2 , September 2021, , Pages 91-100


  The Middle and Upper Jurassic sedimentary well successions is located in the northwestern Damghan, (eastern Alborz range). The Dalichai Formation with a thickness of 618 meters in the studied section consists of marl, limestone and marly limestone. The lower boundary with the siliciclastic of the underlying ...  Read More

Stratigraphy and Palaeontology
Lithostratigraphy and Biostratigraphy of the ammonites from the Upper Chaman Bid Formation (Tithonian) at the type locality (NE Iran, Koppeh Dagh)

Tayaebe Sarbandi Farahani; Mehdi Yazdi; Mahmoud Reza Majidifard

Volume 30, Issue 118 , January 2021, , Pages 95-108


  The present study deals with the ammonites from the upper part of the Chaman Bid Formation, member 4 (Middle-Upper Jurassic) at the type locality. Lithostratigraphicall, it is consites alternation of limestone and marls.Following ammonite families are present: Perispinctidae, Ataxioceratidae, Haploceratidae, ...  Read More

Stratigraphy and Palaeontology
First record of Middle and Late Jurassic of benthic foraminifera from Estern Alborz (Goznawwi section) and Koppeh Dagh (Chaman Bid section)

Tayebe Sarbandi Farahani; Mehdi Yazdi; Mahmoud Reza Majidifard

Volume 29, Issue 115 , June 2020, , Pages 301-312


  This paper focused on the systematic of the benthic foraminifera from the Chaman Bid and Goznawwi sections. At the type locality of the Chaman Bid Formation, consists of alternation of limestone (grainstone to wackstone), argilasious limestone and marl. The age of tha Chaman Bid Formation based on ammonite ...  Read More

Stratigraphy and Palaeontology
Survey and investigation of K-Pg boundary in Huno and Zaluband sections (East of Khur area)

Fateme Mahdikhani; Mahmoud Reza Majidifard; T. Mohtat; L. Bakhshande; M. Zamanipedram

Volume 29, Issue 113 , November 2019, , Pages 271-282


  In order to study the biostratigraphy and lithostratigraphy of the K/Pg boundary two sections was considered. They are the Kuh-e Zaluband and Kuh-e Hunu sections in east of Khur (Esfehan Province). At the Kuh-e Zaluband section has a maximum thickness of 100 m, consisting of marl, limestone, sandy limestone, ...  Read More

New discovery on Ediacaran fossils from the Kushk Series in Bafq and Behabad regions, Central Iran

Seyed Hamid Vaziri; Mahmoud Reza Majidifard; Marc Laflamme

Volume 28, Issue 112 , August 2019, , Pages 261-268


  The Precambrian Kushk Series in the Bafq and Behabad regions of Central Iran contains a diverse assemblage of latest Ediacaran fossils that showcase a fossil assemblage much more diverse than typically known from the latest Ediacaran systems worldwide. The Kushk Series reaches a thickness of >500 ...  Read More

Palynostratigraphy and palynofacies studies of the Sanganeh Formation at the Dahaneh Gholaman section, Central Koppeh-Dagh

Sh. Nouri; E. Ghaseminejad; M. R. Majidifard

Volume 26, Issue 104 , September 2017, , Pages 103-112


  The Sanganeh Formation is one of the Early Cretaceous rock units in the Koppeh- Dagh basin. This formation in the Dahaneh Gholaman section (in north of Bojnord city) with a thickness of 900 meters (consist of marl, shale and limestone) is laying conformably on the Sarcheshmeh Formation and covered by ...  Read More

Biostratigraphy and Lithostratigraphy of the Middle and Late Jurassic Rocks West of Binalud Range Northwest of Neyshabour, Northeast Iran

F. Dabbaghi Sadr; K. Seyed-Emami; M. Majidi Fard

Volume 22, Issue 85 , December 2013, , Pages 35-46


  Upper Jurassic rocks are well developed at the western part of the Binalud Range (northeast Iran). These consist mainly of limestone, marlstone and marl with few intercalations of sandstone and conglomerate. The thickness of this succession in the study section (Bormahan, northwest of Neyshabour) ...  Read More