2 edition of Copper deposits in Iran found in the catalog.
Copper deposits in Iran
|Statement||[by] D. Bazin and H. Hübner.|
|Series||Geological Survey of Iran. Report no. 13|
|Contributions||Hübner, H., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QE307 .S3 no. 13, TN446.I7 .S3 no. 13|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 232 p.|
|Number of Pages||232|
|LC Control Number||74187293|
Copper Deposits in Iran (ASTER) aboard NASA’s Terra satellite, show copper mines in Iran. The image on top was created from visible and near-infrared wavelengths detected by the satellite instrument. The light grayish blue and tan patches are copper mines, while vegetation is red. The lower image was generated from three of ASTER’s. Keywords: Mineral Prospectivity Mapping, Porphyry Copper, IVFSs TOPSIS, Iran. 1. Introduction. Iran like other developing countries relies on the use of their natural resources to support their economic devel-opment. It is clear that, oil is the most important natural resources but, utilization of mineral deposits has a long antiquity in Iran.
Preface --Hydrothermal iron-oxide copper-gold & related ore deposits / T. Michael Porter --General --Iron oxide-Cu-Au deposits: what, where, when, and why / Murray W. Hitzman --Evidence of a magmatic fluid and metal source for Fe-Oxide Cu-Au mineralisation / Peter J. Pollard --Alternative brine sources for Fe-Oxide (-Cu-Au) systems. discovered that heat made copper more malle-able. Casting and smelting of copper began around B.C. (see figure ). About B. C., copper was combined with tin to make bronze—an alloy that allowed stronger weapons and tools. Brass, an alloy of copper .
The widespread copper mineralisation in Iran is represented by Cu-Mo, Cu, Cu-Ni-Co, Cu-Ni-Co-polymetallic and Cu-Pb-Zn associations. It has been found in recent years that many copper deposits and occurrences show a considerable admixture of silver and gold. There are twelve major copper bearing districts within Iran (Fig. 2). The copper contained in known porphyry copper deposits represents about 58 percent of the total of known and undiscovered porphyry copper deposits (based on mean values). About 86 percent of the increase in estimated copper resources between and resulted from the discovery of extensions to known deposits. Nevertheless, exploration for.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bazin, D. Copper deposits in Iran. [Tehran] Geological Survey of Iran, (OCoLC) Document Type. Copper Deposits in Iran,GSI, Report, Number pages with 25 plates, 14 tables, and 75 figures. Paperback – January 1, by H. Bazin, D.
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Bazin, D. and Hubner. This book explains geological aspects of porphyry copper deposits with emphasis on porphyry copper deposits in structural zones of Iran including Urumieh-Dokhtar, Ahar-Arasbaran, Tarom, Alborz and.
porphyry copper deposits (e.g. porphyry Cu-Mo, and porphyry Cu-Au deposits). The distribution of gold in the porphyry copper deposits of Iran, and the factors controlling the gold contents, are poorly understood. To this aim, we selected eight porphyry copper deposits from the Kerman region, which is known as the most important.
Porphyry copper deposits (PCDs) in Iran are dominantly distributed in Arasbaran (NW Iran), the middle segment of the Urumieh-Dokhtar Magmatic Arc (UDMA), and Kerman (central SE Iran), with minor.
The giant Sarcheshmeh deposit is located 65 km southwest of Kerman city, southeastern Iran (lat. 29°56′30″ N., long. 55°52′30″ E ().The deposit is known as a typical porphyry Cu deposit with respect to alteration types, mineralization style, ore grade and size, tectonic setting, and igneous rock features (Waterman and Hamilton,Shahabpour,Hezarkhani, ).
The Sungun porphyry copper deposit is located in northwestern Iran (Azarbaijan province) and is associated with diorite-granodiorite to quartz monzonite of Miocene age which intruded Eocene volcano-sedimentary and Cretaceous carbonate rocks. Copper mineralization was accompanied by both potassic and phyllic alteration.
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A comparative copper isotope study of porphyry copper deposits in Iran: Mirnejad,H. et al. Geochemistry: Exploration, Environment, Analysis(),10(4) The purpose of mineral exploration is to find ore deposits. The main aim of this work is to use the fuzzy inference system to integrate the exploration layers including the geological, remote sensing, geochemical, and magnetic data.
The studied area was the porphyry copper deposit of the Kahang area in the preliminary stage of exploration. The Sonajil porphyry copper system formed in a small, relatively deep-seated (~5 km) granodioritic intrusion at Ahar, East Azarbaijan, Iran. Based on field geology, petrography and fluid inclusion studies, early hydrothermal alteration caused a potassic-type alteration in the deep, central parts of the intrusion, and generated a peripheral propylitic halo.
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. Copper mineralization occurs in many forms and in a variety of geological such, there are various factors to consider when determining the value of different types of copper deposits. INTRODUCTION.
Darrehzar deposit is located in Central Iranian Volcanic Belt (Ranjbar et al., ) as well as other porphyry copper deposits of Iran, like Sarcheshmeh and Sungun (Hezarkhani, ).This zone which also is known as Urumieh-Dokhtar magmatic assemblage (Shahabpour, ) is aligned parallel to the Zagros Thrust Zone and also to the prevalent fold axes in the Zagros Mountain Range.
Sungun porphyry copper-molybdenum deposit in northwest as well as the Sar-Cheshmeh porphyry copper deposit in southeast of Iran. The Sar-Kuh porphyry copper deposit is located between the longitudes 55˚47'06˝- 55˚49'45˝ and latitudes 29˚55'28˝- 29˚57'05˝, 6 km southwestern of Sar.
Impact Minerals looks to be tugging on the tail of a tiger with recent geochemical sampling at Apsley in NSW outlining a sizeable anomaly that flaunts all the hallmarks of a classic ‘text-book’ porphyry copper-gold deposit according to the company.
The above images, taken by the Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer (ASTER) aboard NASA's Terra satellite, show copper mines in Iran. The image on top was created from visible and near-infrared wavelengths detected by the satellite instrument.
The light grayish blue and tan patches are copper mines, while vegetation is. This study used the ability of remote sensing technology to identify alteration zones in porphyry copper mining and Iron oxides of area in south Nain district in Iran by using Lands at-8 data source.
The band ratio of 3/2 derived from image spectra was used to indicate the distribution of iron oxides and 6/3 for identifying gossan. Hydrothermal alteration mineral zones associated with porphyry. Iran is believed to have large reserves of uranium to use as nuclear fuel in different parts of Iran including Bandar Abbas, Yazd, North Khorasan and Iranian Azerbaijan.
Copper. In Iran producedtons of copper. As ofIran had the world's 9th largest reserves of copper at million tons.
The mines at Sarcheshmeh in Kerman Province contain the world's second largest lode. The intimate association of porphyry copper deposits with felsic to intermediate intrusive rocks showing the eponymous texture (cf.
Lindgren, ) has stimulated long-term interest in the mineralogic, textural, and chemical characteristics of these rocks, with researchers seeking clues therein to deposit origin as well as guides for exploration.
Shafiei, Behnam,Lead isotope signatures of the igneous rocks and porphyry copper deposits from the Kerman Cenozoic magmatic arc (SE Iran), and their magmatic-metallogenic implications: Ore Geology Reviews, v.
38, p. 27. The book finishes with also provides a complete list of Iranian mineral deposits. This book is a perfect source of information for all students and researchers in the field of geo-science at the university level but also for mining and oil companies that would like to work, invest and get involved in such businesses in Iran Reviews: 1.Distribution of copper deposits in Iran.
Comparing the distribution of copper deposits of Iran with the maps showing the dispersion of magmatic rocks on the scales of(Aghanabati. ), and(Emāmi et al., ), the following zones of copper mineralization can be recognized: Orumiya-Doḵ-tar Zone.one of the major copper provinces in the Tethyan met-allogenic all known porphyry type copper deposits in Iran are associated with Cenozoic grani-toids within this belt (Zarasvandi et al., ).
The Darreh-Zerreshk and Ali-Abad deposits are located approximately 60 km southwest of Yazd city, central Iran (Fig. 1).