Volume 31 (2021)
Volume 30 (2020)
Volume 29 (2020)
Volume 28 (2019)
Volume 27 (2018)
Volume 26 (2017)
Volume 25 (2016)
Volume 23 (2014)
Volume 22 (2013)
Volume 21 (2012)
Volume 20 (2011)
Volume 19 (2010)
Volume 18 (2009)
Volume 17 (2008)
Volume 16 (2007)
Original Research Paper
4. Petrology of Intrusive Bodyes in Jebale-Barez Granitoid Complex (South East Jiroft)

J Rasouli; M Ghorbani; V Ahadnejad

Volume 24, Issue 96 , Summer 2015, Pages 3-16

http://dx.doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2015.41665

Abstract
  Jebale-Barez granitoid complex is composed of intrusive bodyes included Mijan, Dareh hamzeh, Kerver and Hishin and is located In the southeastern province of Kerman on the lengths of the 57◦ 45 ' east to   58◦ 00' and Northern latitudes 28◦ 30' to 29◦ 00'.The petrologic composition ...  Read More

Original Research Paper
5. Detection of Fault Lineaments of the Zagros Fold-thrust Belt Based on Landsat Imagery Interpretation and their Relationship with Hormoz Series Salt Dome Locations Using GIS Analysis

A Mehrabi; M Dastanpour; Sh Radfar; M.R Vaziri; R Derakhshani

Volume 24, Issue 96 , Summer 2015, Pages 17-32

http://dx.doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2015.41666

Abstract
  In the Zagros structural zone of Iran, there is a broad range of emergent salt domes, a unique morphology in the world that is developed in tectonic environment. In the Zagros fold-thrust belt, emergent salt domes exhibit the linear patterns. Such trends indicate their relation to the linear structural ...  Read More

Original Research Paper
6. Deformation Microstructures and Conditions in Muteh-Golpayegan Metamorphic Core Complexes

E Moosavi; M Mohajjel

Volume 24, Issue 96 , Summer 2015, Pages 33-40

http://dx.doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2015.41667

Abstract
  Two main metamorphic events have occurred within Muteh- Golpayegan metamorphic core complexes (including eastern and western complexes) in the Sanandaj-Sirjan zone. Some grain-scale deformations were also happened in relation to these metamorphisms which have produced  various deformation microstructures. ...  Read More

Original Research Paper
7. Petrology, Geochemistry and Alteration at the Polymetalic (Cu- Pb- Zn) Vein and Veinlet Mineralization in the Lubin- Zardeh Area, North East Zanjan

M.R Hosseinzadeh; S Maghfouri; M Moayyed; M Lotfehnia; B Hajalilou

Volume 24, Issue 96 , Summer 2015, Pages 41-52

http://dx.doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2015.41672

Abstract
  The studied area is located in Tarom metallogenic zone (NW of Iran). This area illustrate widespread hydrothermal alteration and disseminated and vein-veinlet type copper, lead and zinc mineralization.Injection of qm Intrusive body into Eocene volcano clastic complex (Karaj Formation) along linear Faults ...  Read More

Original Research Paper
8. Study of Mineralizing Fluids Characterization by Use of Fluid Inclusion and Oxygen-Hydrogen Isotopes in Bondar Hanza Porphyry Copper Deposit (Southeast of Kerman)

A Mohebi; A Hezarkhani; M Behzadi; H Mirnejad; H Taghi Zadeh

Volume 24, Issue 96 , Summer 2015, Pages 53-64

http://dx.doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2015.41676

Abstract
  Bondar Hanza porphyry copper deposit occurs 150 km southeast of Kerman, in southern part of the Urmia-Dokhtar zone and in Dehaj-Sardoiyeh zone. This ore deposit has formed in diorite to granodiorite rocks. The present paper deals with the study of fluid inclusion on quartz and hornblende samples as well ...  Read More

Original Research Paper
9. Analysis of Exhumation History with Using Low Temperature Thermochronometers: Misho Mountains, NW Iran

M Behyari; M Mohajjel; M Rezaeian; M Moayyed

Volume 24, Issue 96 , Summer 2015, Pages 65-72

http://dx.doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2015.41677

Abstract
  Misho Complex in NW Iran has a remarkable unique high topography surrounded by well known faults, where Precambrian basement rocks were uplifted and exposed. Structural data indicate that the exhumation of the Misho Complex was result of displacements along the North Misho, South Misho and Tasouj faults. ...  Read More

Original Research Paper
10. Geologyand Origin of Oras-kuh Pb-Zn Deposit in Eastern Albors (Semnan Province)

M Lotfi; M Hekmatian; A.A Shabani; M.A Mokhtari

Volume 24, Issue 96 , Summer 2015, Pages 73-84

http://dx.doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2015.41679

Abstract
  Oras-kuh lead-zinc deposit is located at about 79 km north-east of Semnan city. This deposit is considered as stratabound and occurs in the upper part of the Triassic dolomitic limestone of the Elika formation. Oras-kuh structure includes a northeast - southwest trending normal anticline and follows ...  Read More

Original Research Paper
11. Sedimentology and Geochemistry of Siliciclastic Sediments (Tertiary-Quaternary) in the Eastern Coasts of Chabahar, SE Sistan and Baluchistan

M Afarin; M Boomeri; A Mahboubi; M Gorgij; M.A Hamzeh

Volume 24, Issue 96 , Summer 2015, Pages 85-97

http://dx.doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2015.41691

Abstract
  In this study, geochemical and sedimentological assessment was carried out on mudstone and sandstone deposits of Eastern coasts of Chabahar. Fifty samples were taken from five  sectione of Tiss, Ramin, Lipar, Gorankesh and Garindar estuary and subjected to grain size analysis and chemical analysis ...  Read More

Original Research Paper
12. Petrography, Geochemistry and Origin of Volcanic Rocks in Northeast of Kerman City

M Refoseh; A Shaker Ardakani; H Ranjbar

Volume 24, Issue 96 , Summer 2015, Pages 97-107

http://dx.doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2015.41692

Abstract
  Volcanic, sub-volcanic (dyke) and pyroclastic (agglomerate and tuff) rocks of Eocene age are located in the Kalmard block in the north and northeast of Kerman City. Petrographically, the lavas are basalt, andesite, rhyodacite and rhyolite, whereas the dykes and pyroclastic rocks are andesite and crystal ...  Read More

Original Research Paper
13. A New Method of Generalized Radial Basis Function Network to Interpolate Regional Variable in Geosciences

A.A Morshedy; H Memarian

Volume 24, Issue 96 , Summer 2015, Pages 107-116

http://dx.doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2015.41695

Abstract
  Various interpolation and estimation tools are used to spatially model a regional variable across an area or site. This paper presents a new interpolation method, using the progressive radial basis function network and taking into account the spatial coordinates of the input data. The procedure starts ...  Read More

Original Research Paper
14. Emplacement Mechanism of the Panj-Kuh Granitoid Pluton Using Magnetic Fabric Method

M Sheibi; M Pooralizadeh Moghadam

Volume 24, Issue 96 , Summer 2015, Pages 117-128

http://dx.doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2015.41698

Abstract
  Panj-Kuh granitoid intrusion with an area of 15 Km2 is intruded into the Eocene volcano-sedimentary sequence, in south-east of Damghan city. Syenite is the main composition of the pluton. It has converted to monzonite wherever subjected to sodic-calcic alteration. The presence of albite-scapolite veins ...  Read More

Original Research Paper
15. The Role of Trans- Tensional Structures on Emplacement of Auriferous Epithermal Silica Zones in Southwest Sabalan, Northwest Iran

Kh Baharfirouzi; A Khakzad; H Nazari; M.H Emami

Volume 24, Issue 96 , Summer 2015, Pages 129-140

http://dx.doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2015.41700

Abstract
  The Azerbaijan plateau is distinguished by varied geomorphology and mineralization, both of which controlled by the dominant structural regime in the area, that is associated with the collision of the Arabian and Eurasian plates. Strike slip faults are the main structural features controlling the development ...  Read More

Original Research Paper
16. Hybrid Artificial Bee Colony Algorithm and Image Processing-Based Approach for Fracture Identification in Image Log

M Javid; H Memarian; S.M Mazhari; R Zorofi; B Tokhmechi; F Khoshbakht

Volume 24, Issue 96 , Summer 2015, Pages 141-150

http://dx.doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2015.41701

Abstract
  In the oilreservoirsof the ZagrosBasin, fractures play a major role in hydrocarbon migration and production. Borehole image log is a powerful tool to study and identify fractures around the wells. These logs provide critical information about orientation, depth and type of natural fractures. Since thereis ...  Read More

Original Research Paper
17. Biostratigraphy of Oligocene and Lower Miocene Strata along a Transect from Well "A" in Persian Gulf to Semirum Section in High Zagros

M Joudaki; D Baghbani; S.A Aghanabati; B Soleimani; H Asilian; B Ariafar

Volume 24, Issue 96 , Summer 2015, Pages 151-158

http://dx.doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2015.41712

Abstract
  In order to biostratighraphy and to discover relationships between biozones of  the Oligocene and lower Miocene strata in Zagros foreland basin, Zagros simply folded belt and High Zagros area, 10 stratigraphic sections along a transect from well "A" in Persian Gulf to Semirum section in High Zagros ...  Read More

Original Research Paper
18. The Effect of Lithology in Defining Archie's Parameters in the Rock Zones of Asmari in a Carbonate Reservoir of Southwest Iran

S Tabasi; A KamkarRouhani; M.M Khorasani

Volume 24, Issue 96 , Summer 2015, Pages 159-166

http://dx.doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2015.41716

Abstract
  Archie’s equation, which is the most fundamental equation for water saturation calculation,consists of three factors: Cementation factor (m), saturation exponent (n) and tortuosity (a). Cementation factor is a function of the shape of pores. Hence, the study of pore type is important in determining ...  Read More

Original Research Paper
19. The Recognition of Copper Mineralization on the Basis of Fluid Inclusions Studies in Haj Alibay Kandy Area, Sheivar Dagh, Ahar

B Hajalilou; Z Karimzadeh; M Advai

Volume 24, Issue 96 , Summer 2015, Pages 167-176

http://dx.doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2015.41717

Abstract
  The properties and situation of copper mineralization in the  Haj Alibay Kandi area determined by quartz vein fluid inclusion and geophysical explorations in this study. The most important rock units include Oligocene intrusive rocks with monzonite and quartzmonzonite compositions. These rocks belong ...  Read More

Original Research Paper
20. Geochemistry and Assessment of Toxic Elements Recovery in Parvadeh Coal Mine, Tabas

M.A Rajabzadeh; Z Ghorbani; M Jalalifard; M Mohammadzadeh

Volume 24, Issue 96 , Summer 2015, Pages 177-188

http://dx.doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2015.41719

Abstract
  Parvadeh coalfield with an area of 1200 km2 is one of the largest coalfields in East-Central Iran. The coal-bearing clastic rocks of the coalfield belong to Ghadir Member of the Upper Triassic Naiband Formation and could be classified as bituminous coal, containing low volatile, high ash and medium to ...  Read More

Original Research Paper
21. Exploration and Economic Significance of the Gossan Around Chahar Gonbad Copper-Gold Mine, Sirjan

S.J Yousefi; A Aftabi; A Moradian

Volume 24, Issue 96 , Summer 2015, Pages 189-200

http://dx.doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2015.41747

Abstract
  Gossan occurs considerably around the Chahar Gonbad copper-gold mine. The mineralogy of gossan includes: hematite (Fe2O3), goethite (FeO(OH)), and limonite (Fe2O3.H2O) with colloform texture, as wewll as quartz, calcite and clay minerals. Enrichment factors include: Ag=1.08, As=1.19, Bi=70.12, Mn=4.11, ...  Read More

Original Research Paper
22. Petrology and Petrogenesis of Mafic Igneous Rocks in Mashiran, North of Meshkinshahr

M Poosti; M Fadaeian

Volume 24, Issue 96 , Summer 2015, Pages 201-213

http://dx.doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2015.41750

Abstract
  The study area is  located in the Ardabil province and in the north of Meshkin shahr town. A large part of the areais  formed of  Eocene igneous rocks. These rocks include basaltic andesite, basalt, tephrite and  occasionally analcimite. They are silica saturated or relatively saturated. ...  Read More

Original Research Paper
23. Petrology of Shallow Intrusions of Nodeh Englab, Southeastern Joghatay, Khorasan Razavi Province

M Khalatbari Jafari; P Konani

Volume 24, Issue 96 , Summer 2015, Pages 213-220

http://dx.doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2015.41767

Abstract
  Lava-dome shallow massive bodies located right around Nodeh Engelab, SE Jogatay in Khorasan Razavi province, cutting Eocene volcanic rocks in northern part of Sabzevar ophiolitic belt, are covered by Pliocene-Quaternary deposits. The margin of bodies comprise of lavas of basalt, phyric andesite basalt, ...  Read More

Original Research Paper
24. Investigation of the Mechanism and Neotectonics of the Siah Cheshmeh- Khoy Fault Zone

M Roustaee; B Zamani; P Navabpour; M Moayyed

Volume 24, Issue 96 , Summer 2015, Pages 221-234

http://dx.doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2015.41768

Abstract
  Siah Cheshmeh- Khoy fault system is one of the principal faults in NW of Iran and that its right- lateral strike- slip activity has reported for different segments of this fault zone. Landsat 7 satellite images of the area, confirm the right- lateral strike- slip motion of this fault system by deflected ...  Read More

Original Research Paper
25. Determining the Origin of Mineralizing Fluid at Qamsar Cobalt Deposit Using Fluid Inclusions and S-O Stable Isotopes

H Mohammaddoost; M Ghaderi; N Rashidnejad-Omran

Volume 24, Issue 96 , Summer 2015, Pages 235-248

http://dx.doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2015.41769

Abstract
  Qamsar cobalt deposit is located 26 km south of Kashan, in the middle part of Urumieh-Dokhtar magmatic arc. Exposed rock units in the area include Eocene volcanics, Qom Formation marine sediments and plutonic bodies. The intrusive bodies have quartz-diorite to granodiorite composition as well as porphyry ...  Read More

Original Research Paper
26. Mineralization, Mineralogy, Structure and Texture of Chehrabad Sedimentary Cu Deposit, Northwest of Zanjan

Z Bikdeli; M Ebrahimi; Gh Nabatian; M.A.A Nabatian

Volume 24, Issue 96 , Summer 2015, Pages 249-262

http://dx.doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2015.41770

Abstract
  Chehrabad Cu deposit is located in the Zanjan province and in the northwest corner of Central Iran. Rock units exposed in this area belong to the Cenozoic era (especially Miocene period) and include the Lower Red Formation, Qom Formation, Upper Red Formation and Quaternary deposits. In the study area, ...  Read More

Original Research Paper
27. Comparision of the Mafic Igneous Rocks from the Ghelli Formation (Upper Ordovician) and the Gorgan Schists in the Eastern Alborz Zone

H Ghasemi; Z Kazemi; SH Salehian

Volume 24, Issue 96 , Summer 2015, Pages 263-276

http://dx.doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2015.41771

Abstract
  On the basis of stratigraphical studies, parental rocks of the Gorgan schists have same petrological features and fossil contents as the Ghelli formation in the eastern Alborz Zone and despite to the previous theories, these schists are not Precambrian in age. Also, the mafic igneous rocks of these two ...  Read More

Original Research Paper
28. Gold Geochemical Explorations and Heavy Mineral Studies of Stream Sediments of Astarghan Area, Kharvana, East-Azarbaidjan- NW of Iran

R Ferdowsi; A.A Calagari; M.R Hosseinzadeh; K Siahcheshm

Volume 24, Issue 96 , Summer 2015, Pages 263-276

http://dx.doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2015.41772

Abstract
  Astarghan area is located in ~ 50 km of north of Tabriz, southeast of Kharvana, East-Azarbaidjn. The area is a part of Gharadagh- Arasbaran metallogenic belt. The most important units in the area is a hypabyssal prophyritic to granular granodioritic intrusive body of Oligo-Miocene and flysch- type sedimentry ...  Read More

Original Research Paper
29. Major Active Faults and Their Seismic Potential in Western Middle East

S Eslami Farsani; M Talebian; A Saidi; M Pourkermani

Volume 24, Issue 96 , Summer 2015, Pages 291-304

http://dx.doi.org/10.22071/gsj.2015.41773

Abstract
  The purpose of this research is to study active faulting in western part of the Middle East, between Caspian Sea to the east and Mediterranean Sea to the west. This region covers several countries and thus geological maps have different scale and errors in locations. The mismatch between fault traces ...  Read More