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Economic Geology
1. Mianaj iron occurrence, southwest of Zanjan: Metamorphosed and deformed volcano-sedimentary type of mineralization in Sanandaj- Sirjan zone

Fattaneh Pourmohammad; Hossein Kouhestani; Amir Morteza Azimzadeh; Ghasem Nabatian; Mir Ali Asghar Mokhtari

Volume 28, Issue 111 , Spring 2019, , Pages 161-174

http://dx.doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2017.84283.1099

Abstract
  Mianaj Fe ore occurrence is located in the Takab-Angouran-Takht-e-Soleyman metallogenic zone, 100 km southwest of Zanjan. In this area, Fe mineralization occurs as lens-shaped bodies parallel to the foliation of schist and rhyolitic meta-tuff units (equal to Kahar Formation). Based on mineralography, ...  Read More

2. The structural analysis of Boshruyeh Kooh-e-Ahan area, South Khorasan

M. Jamali; M. R. Ghassemi; M. Lotfi; A. Solgi

Volume 28, Issue 111 , Spring 2019, , Pages 301-310

http://dx.doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2019.88510

Abstract
  Kuh-e-Ahan is a high-standing single relief within a rather flat plain, which is located in the north of the Tabas block, near the intersection of the Nayband and Kalmard faults and there are  great outcrops of  fe-oxide, along with eastern-western faults and fractures in Kooh-e-Ahan area.. ...  Read More

3. Introducing iron mineralization anomaly based on geophysical data in Farash area, Kerman province

B. Sameti; A. Zia Zarif; M. R. Jafari; A. Darvishzadeh

Volume 27, Issue 107 , Spring 2018, , Pages 233-240

http://dx.doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2018.63831

Abstract
  The study area is located in Farash 1:50000 sheet in Kerman province, at a distance of about 50 kilometers from the Jiroft-Darb Behesht road in the Jebalbarez zone. The study area is located in Bam 1:250000 sheet in the Sanandaj-Sirjan structural zone. Rock units include granite, granodiorite and volcano-sedimentary ...  Read More