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)
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A new hypothesis on the petrogenesis of Saray volcano with emphasis on formation of Sanidine megacryst, (crystallization in an isolated magma chamber)

Mahdi Ghaderi; Mohsen Moayyed; Nasir Amel; Monire Mojarrad

Volume 30, Issue 117 , December 2020, , Pages 3-16


  The Saray volcano is located on the East of the Urmia Lake. This extinct stratovolcano mainly consists of Leucitite lavas and related pyroclasts. Dykes with composition of Leucite phonolite, Lamprophyre, Trachyte and microsyenite intruded into leucitite. Field evidences indicate that minette and trachytic ...  Read More

Petrography, mineral chemistry and origin of lamprophyric dykes from Sareashk Village, South West of Ravar- Kerman

A. Bahrampour; Gh. Ghadami; H. Atapour; M. Poosti; H. Ahmadipour

Volume 28, Issue 111 , May 2019, , Pages 3-16


  At 60km north-east of Kerman city,near Sarashk village (Ravar, Kerman province) and along the Kuhbanan fault, several lamprophyric dikes have been intruded into Carboniferous to Cretaceous sedimentary formations. Petrographically these lamprophyres could be classified into two  groups: comptonites ...  Read More

Petrology and Petrogenesis of Alkaline and Calc-Alkaline Lamprophyres in the NW Iran

M Aghazadeh; Z Badrzadeh

Volume 24, Issue 94 , March 2015, , Pages 87-102


  In the northwestern Iran mica-and amphibole-rich lamprophyres crop out mainly as dyke and they cut Pre-Pliocene strata. They exposed in the Arasbaran, EslamyPeninsula, and Mishu range. According to the mineralogy and mineral chemistry, amphibole-rich lamprophyres have kaersutite type amphiboles and diopside ...  Read More

Post-Collisional Shoshonitic, C-type Adakitic and Lamprophyric Plutonism in the Khankandi Pluton, Arasbaran (NW Iran)

M. Aghazadeh; M. H. Emami; H. Moin Vaziri; N. Rashidnezhad Omran; A. Castro

Volume 20, Issue 78 , December 2011, , Pages 173-188


  Khankandi pluton is located in northwestren part of Iran, within Garadagh (Arasbaran) - south Armenia block. Main units of the pluton are monzonite and granodiorite associated with minor gabbro and lamprophyric and dacitic dykes. Granodioritic plutonism is followed by gabbro and monzonite. Lamprophyric ...  Read More