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The Study of Area-Concentration Fractal Method in Litho-Geochemical Data in Tanurjeh Area, Khorasan Province

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Given the scientific progresses as well as the invention of new methods in exploration, it is necessary to conduct some re-investigations in several exploration zones. So, in the present research, geochemical data on Tanurjeh exploration zone, (located in Northern Neishaboor, Khorasane Razavi province) is studied by using some modern statistical methods. Fractal methods are appropriated to study and separate the grades societies in deposits. In this article, litho-geochemical analysis results (ICP) are processed by concentration area fractal method (CA). The distribution diagrams related to the statistical populations are drawn, and anomaly populations of Copper, Gold and Molybdenum are determined besides previous studies (petrography and alteration), the results of statistic methods (CA) and aid presence of the porphyry system in depth.

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Ajayebi, K. , Jafari, H. and Behbahani, B. (2015) The Study of Area-Concentration Fractal Method in Litho-Geochemical Data in Tanurjeh Area, Khorasan Province. Open Journal of Geology, 5, 451-457. doi: 10.4236/ojg.2015.56042.

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