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Volume 31 (2021)
Volume 30 (2020)
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Volume 28 (2019)
Volume 27 (2018)
Volume 26 (2017)
Volume 25 (2016)
Volume 24 (2015)
Volume 23 (2014)
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Evaluation of neotectonic activities in East-Yazd

M. Mirjalili; F. Ghaemi; B. Rahimi; M. Moshrefifar; M. Gholamzadeh

Volume 28, Issue 111 , May 2019, , Pages 257-270


  The study area is located in the east of Yazd and is part of Yazd block (western block of central Iran). There are two major fault systems, Anar and Kharanagh with lengths of 100 and 62 km and numerous minor faults represents an important tectonic phenomenon in the region. The aim of this study is to ...  Read More

Economic Geology
Investigation of geochemistry, mineral chemistry and changes in magnetite mineralization generations in the Khak Sorkh iron skarn, west of Yazd.

S. Maleki; A. A. Calagari; K. Siahcheshm; S. Alirezaei

Volume 28, Issue 109 , September 2018, , Pages 55-66


  Khak Sorkh iron deposit located about 42 km northwest of Nadushan town in Yazd Province. Host rock include upper Triassic-Jurassic limestone which are intruded by Oligo-Miocene granitoid bodies. Mineralization is dominated by magnetite, and serpentine is the main waste mineral. Skarn mineral assemblages ...  Read More

Using of Rare Earth Elements and Fluid Inclusions in Determination of Fluid Origin producing Panah-Kuh Skarn, NW Taft, Yazd Province

A Zahedi; M Boomeri

Volume 24, Issue 95 , June 2015, , Pages 329-340


  The Panah-Kuh skarn is situated in 50km NW of Taft City in Yazd province. Inrtusion of granodioritic stock into the calcareous-dolomitic rocks of Permian Jamal Formation led to formation of calcic and magnesian skarns. The REE patterns of skarns and its forming garnets show Eu/Eu* and Ce/Ce*ratios increase ...  Read More

Paleoecology of Aptian Gastropods in Bafgh Area, East of Yazd, Iran

H Karimian zade; M.R Vaziri; A Lotf abad Arab

Volume 24, Issue 94 , March 2015, , Pages 39-44


  In order to study the paleoecology of the Aptian gastropods, the Bafgh section with 380 meters thickness, in East of Yazd were studied in detail. In this region, a variety of different fossil groups, including macrofossils (gastropods, ammonites and echinoids) and microfossils (foraminifers and ostracods) ...  Read More