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Arian, M. and Pourkermani, M. (2001) Rivers Morphology and Active Tectonic(Reviewing the Current Status of Ghezel Ozon River in the Province of Zanjan). 5th Conference of Geological Society of Iran, Tehran, 28-30 August 2001, 556.

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  • TITLE: Rule of Structural Factors in Formation of Porphyry Copper Deposits in South Western Part of Kerman Area, Iran

    AUTHORS: Hasan Alizadeh, Mehran Arian

    KEYWORDS: Porphyry Copper Deposit, Tectonics, Copper, c/C Ratio, Faults, Iran

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Geology, Vol.5 No.7, July 20, 2015

    ABSTRACT: Kerman area is located in southern parts of central Iranian volcanic belt. The area under study is located in the southern part of this complex copper mineralization in the area, which is mainly porphyry type and is associated with extensive hydrothermal alteration. This area has a great potential as far as tertiary porphyry copper deposits are concerned. To the exploration of porphyry copper deposits in study area, we have analyzed the lineaments. The lineaments interpreted out from ETM + (band8) data is recognized as another method for locating porphyry type copper mineralization. There is a close correlation between photo lineament factor values and the known copper mineralization in the area. The relationship between 16 porphyry copper deposits with faults and fractures in the area is studied. Photo lineament factor assessments by using satellite photos indicate a strong relationship between a number of lineation intersection in each cell refer to an amount of average lineation in whole map (c/C ratio). In the study area, ratio of c/C even has more relationship refers to PF factor that has previously described in the papers.