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Original Research Paper Tectonics
Paleostress Analysis in North Makran Ophiolite Mélange, Southeast of Iran

Azizollah Tajvar; mohammadmahdi Khatib; mohammadhosein Zarrinkoub

Volume 32, Issue 1 , March 2022, Pages 1-14

https://doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2021.233540.1796

Abstract
  The north Makran ophiolite mélange, is located on the northern part of Makran accretionary wedge, southeast of Iran. In this study, we investigate geometry and kinematic properties of structural elements, and analyze the deformation style of the north Makran ophiolite mélange. Based on ...  Read More

Original Research Paper Stratigraphy and Palaeontology
Reservoir quality assessment of the Fahliyan Formation in one oil field, Northwestern Persian Gulf

Ali Asaadi; Ali Imandoust; Mehdi Sarfi; Mehdi Ghane Ezabadi

Volume 32, Issue 1 , March 2022, Pages 15-26

https://doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2021.286429.1906

Abstract
  The Lower Cretaceous Fahliyan Formation is one of the main oil reservoirs in the Persian Gulf. In this study, for investigating facies characteristics, depositional environment, diagenetic features, sequence stratigraphy and describing factors controlling reservoir quality, the integration of the results ...  Read More

Original Research Paper Sedimentology
Geochemistry and the diagenetic sequence of the Taleh Zang Formation in southwest of Kermanshah

Mohammad Shalalvand; Mohammad Adabi; Afshin Zohdi

Volume 32, Issue 1 , March 2022, Pages 27-42

https://doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2020.230000.1790

Abstract
  In this study, the Late Paleocene Taleh Zang Formation in the southwest of Kermanshah hasbeeninvestigatedfor elemental geochemistry and effective diagenetic processes during burial. The thickness of the studied section is 282 meters that mainly composed of shallow marine limestones with interbedded of ...  Read More

Original Research Paper Economic Geology
Genesis of the MohammadAbad polymetallic deposit, Delijan: using Geochemistry, and C, O, S isotopes

Ali reza zarasvandi; Mohammad Ali Ali Abadi; Mohsen Rezaei; Houshang Pourkaseb

Volume 32, Issue 1 , March 2022, Pages 43-56

https://doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2021.250340.1847

Abstract
  The Mohammadabad deposit is located in vicinity of Delijan in central province and in terms of structural zones of Iran,in the Uremia dokhtar zone. Stratabound Fe-Ce mineralization in brecciated, vein, massive, layered and laminar forms, consists ore minerals such as hematite, pyrite, chalcopyrite and ...  Read More

Original Research Paper Tectonics
Structure-thermal evolution and erosion pattern in Central Zagros

Esmail Farahzadi; Seyed Ahmad Alavi; Mohammad Reza Ghassemi; Shahram Sherkati

Volume 32, Issue 1 , March 2022, Pages 57-72

https://doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2021.269573.1880

Abstract
  AbstractUnderstanding the history of uplift and folding in an area helps inferring the history of hydrocarbon genesis,‌migration ‌and‌ trapping and reducing exploratory drilling risks.‌Thermal model along with structural cross sections help understanding of this history and future plannings for ...  Read More

Original Research Paper Economic Geology
Zircon trace elements and oxygen fugacities of parental magma of Maher abad and Khopik Cu porphyries, Lut block

Almasi Alireza; Ghasem Nabatian; Amir Mahdavi; Qiuli Li

Volume 32, Issue 1 , March 2022, Pages 73-88

https://doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2021.280411.1896

Abstract
  The Maher abad and Khopik porphyry Cu deposits occurred in the Upper Eocene (39-37 Ma) in Lut block. All of them associated with intermediate (mostly monzonite) rocks. Porphyry deposits are closely associated with oxidized magmas. Oxygen fugacity (fO2) is a key factor that controls the formation of porphyry ...  Read More

Original Research Paper Tectonics
Analysis of deformation models based on sigmoidal vein arrays in the Bahlgerd shear zone

MohammadAmir Alimi

Volume 32, Issue 1 , March 2022, Pages 89-102

https://doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2021.277344.1895

Abstract
  The Bahlgerd shear zone in the northern margin of Bagheran Mountain is separated Eocene flysch from the Cretaceous ophiolite sequence and Quaternary sediments by southern Birjand and Bahlgerd faults. In the deformation evaluation , sigmoidal array arrays located in sandstone units have been used as strain ...  Read More

Original Research Paper Economic Geology
Type and genetic model of the Toryan sediment-hosted Pb–Zn occurrence, NW Zanjan

Negar Kaboudmehri; Hossein Kouhestani; Mir Ali asghar Mokhtari; Afshin Zohdi

Volume 32, Issue 1 , March 2022, Pages 103-118

https://doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2021.263678.1874

Abstract
  The Toryan occurrence is located in the Central Iran zone, 120 km northwest of Zanjan. Pb–Zn mineralization at Toryan occurred as laminated and lens-shaped parallel to lamination of grey sandstone units of the Upper Red Formation. Mineralization often formed around and within the fragments of the ...  Read More

Original Research Paper Economic Geology
Mineralization, geochemistry and fluid inclusion studies of silicic veins in Sarikhanloo area, NW Meshgin Shahr, NW Iran

Hadi Mohammadian; vartan simmonds; kamal Siahcheshm

Volume 32, Issue 1 , March 2022, Pages 119-136

https://doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2021.253954.1856

Abstract
  The Sarikhanloo area is located within the Qaradagh metallogenic zone in northwest Meshgin Shahr. Igneous rocks cropped out in this area include successions of Paleocene-Eocene pyroclastic rocks (tuff and andesitic-dacitic lavas with intercalations of ignimbrite) and basaltic andesite lava flows. Igneous ...  Read More

Original Research Paper Tectonics
Surface temperature pattern analysis of Gach and Siah Tagh salt domes using remote sensing methods, Zagros area

babak Samani; Sajad Zareie; Atefeh Ghanbari

Volume 32, Issue 1 , March 2022, Pages 137-148

https://doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2021.258561.1860

Abstract
  Split-window algorithm is the effective method for determination of land surface temperature. The results of temperature pattern show that the Gach salt dome has a higher temperature than the Siah Tagh salt dome. From a structural point of veiw, the higher temperature of the Gach salt dome can be related ...  Read More