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Volume 30 (2020)
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Volume 28 (2019)
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Volume 25 (2016)
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Volume 18 (2009)
Volume 17 (2008)
Volume 16 (2007)
The Study of Chondrichtyan Micro remains in upper Famennian Geirud Formation, Central Alborz

M. mohamadi; M. Yazdi

Volume 19, Issue 74 , February 2010, , Pages 85-90


  There are many precious microremains of chondrichtyans (cartilage fishes) in calcareous beds of Geirud Formation. These micro remains consist of teeth, branchial denticles and sales species and genus of the family and subfamily: Phoebodontidae, Protacrodontoidea, HybodontoideaandCtenacanthoidea. Geirud ...  Read More

The First Study of Bryozoans from the Geirud Formation in Central Alborz

M. Mohammadi; A. Ernst; M. Yazdi

Volume 18, Issue 70 , February 2009, , Pages 166-173


       Two bryozoan species are described from the Geirud Formation (Upper Devonian) of Central Alborz. The Geirud Formation is a sequence of nearly 340 meters of alternating silisiclastics and limestone and 1-2 andesitic lava units, with extensive exposures in the Central Alborz mountains. ...  Read More

Sedimentology and Geoarchaeology of Paleolithic (Mousterian) Lithic Tools in Central Iran

M. Yazdi; H. R. Pakzad; M. Mashkour; R. Elhami; M. Javeri; F. Biglari

Volume 19, Issue 73 , January 2009, , Pages 177-186


  Determining and studying collected lithic assemblages, biota remains and deposited beds (regarding to sedimentology) of two rock shelters in the age of Late Pleistocene to recent interval in central Iran were the aims of this research. Mobarekeh (Qaleh Bozi) and Yekeh Chah (near Golpayegan) are two sites ...  Read More

Stratigraphy of the Upper Devonian Rocks in the Kalariz Section

S. M. Hosseini-Nezhad; M. Yazdi; M. Ghobadi-Pour; H. Gholamalian

Volume 16, Issue 63 , March 2007, , Pages 78-85


        Geirud formation deposits of Kalariz in the Eastern Alborz start with a relatively thick sequence of sandstone, shale, and red, white and brown colored siltstone changing into yellow dolomitic layers, fossiliferous limestone and shaly or marly limestone. This formation ...  Read More