Document Type : Original Research Paper
1 Geophysical Division, Bureau of Geology, NISOC, Ahvaz, Iran
2 Shahid Beheshti University, Faculty of Earth Sciences, Tehran, Iran
The area that will be discussed in this study is located between Zagros and Arabian structural zones in Iran in which full fold 3D seismic data has been acquired and interpreted using sophisticated techniques. This paper covers the role of structural sensitive seismic attributes including first and Second Derivative attributes, Azimuth attribute, Variance Cube attribute and Seismic Inversion attributes as an advanced stage of the interpretation program in delineating and resolving structural ambiguities in the mentioned field. The result of this study using integrating these attributes shows the interference structural features such as superimposed folding and structural basin in NW nose of the field of study. Hence it seems that an interference folding event to be most probably occurred between Zagros and Arabian structures and made a very gentle refolding belt. Complementary geophysical studies also show a reservoir of good potential in some parts of this belt that located in this field of study.