Volume 32 (2022)
Volume 31 (2021)
Volume 30 (2020)
Volume 29 (2020)
Volume 28 (2019)
Volume 27 (2018)
Volume 26 (2017)
Volume 25 (2016)
Volume 24 (2015)
Volume 23 (2014)
Volume 22 (2013)
Volume 21 (2012)
Volume 20 (2011)
Volume 19 (2010)
Volume 18 (2009)
Volume 17 (2008)
Volume 16 (2007)
Tectonics
Seismotectonics of the East Alborz and Kopeh- Dagh zones using local seismic network data

M. Kouhpeyma; M. Talebian; L. Chen; A. Ghods; M. Ghorashi

Volume 31, Issue 1 , June 2021, , Pages 199-208

https://doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2021.131130

Abstract
  The Kopeh Dagh and Binalud-Alla Dagh mountains are important structural elements located in the northeastern boundary of Arabia-Eurasia collision zone. Due to existence of large cities with a long history of civilization, there is a relatively rich body of data on historical seismicity in this area. ...  Read More

Structural Maturity of Active Faults and Evolutionionary Pattern of Seismic Activity in Eastern Iran

N Saboor; M.R Ghassemi; M Eskandari; A Nazari.F; M Ghorashi; F Seenaian

Volume 24, Issue 95 , June 2015, , Pages 57-66

https://doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2015.41850

Abstract
  Depending on their structural maturity, seismogenic faults, , may rupture in one segment or as multiple segments; they also may show different slips on their segments. Mature faults break in long ruptures with small slip, while immature faults rupture as short segments but are more energetic. On the ...  Read More

Microseismicity and Seismotectonics of the Garmsar Area

M Tatar; S.M Momeni; F Yaminifard

Volume 24, Issue 1393 , March 2015, , Pages 289-298

https://doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2015.43426

Abstract
  The V shape kink of the AlborzMountains at its southern end reaches to the Garmsar city located 100 km southeast of Tehran metropolis. We investigated seismicity and seismotectonic features of the Garmsar area by precisely locating of microearthquakes recorded by our local dense seismological network ...  Read More

Estimation of Tectonic Slip Rate of Northern Band of Tehran by using GPS

Yahya Djamour; S. Hashemi Tabatabaei; M. Sedighi; H. R. Nankali

Volume 21, Issue 83 , December 2012, , Pages 211-218

https://doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2012.54547

Abstract
  In previous decades, using traditional geodetic observations such as distance and angle measurements was prevalent in the earth surface displacement studies. After accessing to satellite positioning systems with a high precision ability such as GPS, we encountered to an upheaval in the earth surface ...  Read More