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Neotectonic Analysis of Mosha-North Tehran Fault Zone, Based on Morphotectonic Features, Central Alborz, Northern Iran

N Bagha; M Ghorashi; M Arian; M Pourkermani; A Solgi

Volume 24, Issue 1393 , March 2015, , Pages 41-52


  Structural development, caused by active tectonics leads to deformation of morphology features. The Mosha-North Tehran fault zone, located in south edge of the Central Alborz consists of significant tectonic structures. Hence, study on morphotectonic signs is a proper method for evaluation of relative ...  Read More

Determining the Deformation Condition of the Mosha Fault Using Microstructure and Fluid Inclusion Data

M Ehteshami-Moinabadi; A Yassaghi

Volume 24, Issue 1393 , March 2015, , Pages 87-97


  The assessment of deformation condition of the Mosha Fault during Middle-Late Miocene carried out using microstructure and thermometry of fluid inclusions within calcite veins in the fault zone. Based on intra-crystalline deformation of quartz grains, calcite twin, and thermometry of primary fluid inclusions ...  Read More

The Movement Potential Evaluation of the Mosha Fault (from the West of Firoozkuh to the Shahrestanak)

S Bahiraee; M Arian; M Qorashi; A Solgi

Volume 24, Issue 1393 , March 2015, , Pages 123-126


  The Mosha fault is the most important fault structures in the south of Central Alborz. According to the activity of this fault, confirmation of the morphological evidences, and large historical earthquakes occurred by its activity, also proximity to Tehran metropolitan, the study of this area is very ...  Read More

Structural Analysis of Mosha Fault in the Northeast of Tehran

S. Bahiraie; M. Abbasi; M. Almasian

Volume 16, Issue 64 , March 2007, , Pages 112-125


  Generally the most important factor in the structural evolution of Alborz is thrust and reverse faulting that often has an east-west trend, parallel to the mountain chain. Mosha fault, one of the main faults, in this study covers the area between longitudes 51˚, 30´ to 51˚, 45´ including ...  Read More