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Paleozoic foraminiferal biostratigraphy of central and east Alborz Mountains, Iran

Fathollah Bozorgnia

Paleozoic foraminiferal biostratigraphy of central and east Alborz Mountains, Iran

by Fathollah Bozorgnia

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Published in Tehran, Iran .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Paleontology -- Paleozoic.,
  • Paleontology -- Iran -- Alborz Mountains

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesPublication - National Iranian Oil Company, Geological Laboratories, no. 4
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE725 B68
    The Physical Object
    Pagination185p.
    Number of Pages185
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21190365M

    Paleozoic foraminiferal biostratigraphy of central and east Alborz Mountains, Iran. National Iranian Oil Company, Geological Laboratories, Publication. 4: Opinions (PBDB). صفحه اصلی بایگانی‌ها جلد 9، شماره 2، سال مقالات پژوهشی زیست چینه‌نگاری نهشته‌های کربنیفر برش چینه‌شناسی خمس خلخال و تطابق آن با سایر نهشته‌های کربنیفر مطالعه شده در ایران.

    the East, to the Canadian Arctic and Alaska in the West (Rui et al., ). Carboniferous foraminiferal assemblages in Iran Alborz zone In the Alborz zone, Carboniferous deposits are widespread in the central and eastern parts and are better documented than in other areas of Iran. Foraminiferal faunas. Endemic to Alborz (Iran), where it seems to be latest Tournaisian and/or early Visean in age. Bozorgnia, F. Paleozoic foraminiferal biostratigraphy of central and east Alborz Mountains, Iran. National Iranian Oil Company, Geological Laboratories (ed.), Biostratigraphy of the Yangtze Gorge Area Chiefly, (3) Late Paleozoic Era.

    Analysis of foraminiferal assemblages indicates a noticeable age difference of the Mississippian rocks between the northern and southern flanks of Alborz. Accordingly, south‐eastern and east‐central Alborz (Kalariz, Peyghambaran, and Jaban sections) display complete Tournaisian deposits (MFZ1–MFZ8), whereas northern Alborz contains the.   This monograph is an overview of the Carboniferous-Permian stratigraphy in Iran based on our recent research on fusulinids combined with relevant data from literature. In the first part of the monograph, we consider the Carboniferous and Permian stratigraphic scales used to characterize and correlate the sections studied. The second part is devoted to description of .


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Paleozoic foraminiferal biostratigraphy of central and east Alborz Mountains, Iran by Fathollah Bozorgnia Download PDF EPUB FB2

Bozorgnia, F. Paleozoic foraminiferal biostratigraphy of central and east Alborz Mountains, Iran, National Iranian Oil Company, Geological Laboratories Publication, Tehran 4, Google Scholar.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bozorgnia, Fathollah. Paleozoic foraminiferal biostratigraphy of Central and East Alborz Mountains, Iran. Paleozoic foraminiferal biostratigraphy of central and east Alborz Mountains, Iran. National Iranian Oil Company, Geological Laboratories Publication, no.

4, by: history, Aru, Alborz, Iran. Introduction The purpose of this research was to conduct an intensive study of biostratigraphy, lithostratigraphy and depositional history of the Paleozoic strata of the south-central Alborz Mountains in Iran.

The fieldwork was conducted at an outcrop 90 kilometers east of Tehran near the village of Aru (Fig.1). P aleozoic foraminiferal biostratigraphy of central and east A lborz Mountains, Iran.

National Iranian Oil Company, Geological Laboratories Publication 4, p. Ciry, R. 19 Paleozoic strata of a section in south of Central Alborz Mountains near the village of Aru were studied in order to determine faunal assemblages, their precise ages and the history of the basin.

Define foraminiferal. foraminiferal synonyms, foraminiferal pronunciation, foraminiferal translation, English dictionary definition of foraminiferal. also foraminiferan n. Paleozoic Foraminiferal Biostratigraphy of Central and East Alborz Mountains, Iran. The latest Devonian (Famennian) phacopid trilobite Omegops from eastern.

Paleozoic foraminiferal biostratigraphy of central and east Alborz Mountains. Tehran, Iran: National Iranian Oil Company, Geological Laboratories Publication, 4, Documentation and significance of tectonic events in the northern Tabas Block (east-central Iran) during the Middle and Late Jurassic, Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e.

F. BozorgniaPaleozoic foraminiferal biostratigraphy of central and east Alborz mountain, Iran National Iranian Oil Company, Geological Laboratories Publication, 4 (), pp. Google Scholar. The Paleozoic Middle East terranes, neighboring the present-day Arabian and Levant plates, are shown by most authors to consist of ten major tectonic units: (1 and 2) the Helmand and Farah terranes of Afghanistan, southwest Pakistan and southeast Turkmenistan; (3 to 6) the Alborz, Central Iran (Lut, Yazd and Tabas) and Sanandaj-Sirjan terranes of Iran, and Northwest Iran.

Paleozoic foraminiferal biostratigraphy of central and east Alborz Mountains, Iran, 4, National Iranian Oil Company, Geological Laboratories Publication, Tehran () Brady, H.B. Brady A monograph of Carboniferous and. Paleozoic Foraminiferal Biostratigraphy of Central and East Alborz Mountains, Iran.

National Iranian Oil Company, Geological Laboratories Publication 4, Branson, E.B. & Mehl, M.G. Conodonts from the Grassy Creek Shale of Missouri.

The University of Missouri Studies 8, Paleozoic foraminiferal biostratigraphy of central and east Alborz Mountains, Iran. National Iranian Oil Company, Geological Laboratories, Publication 4, Tehran.

Brenckle, P.L. Late Visean (Mississippian) calcareous microfossils from the Tarim Basin of western China. Journal of Foraminiferal Research 34(2), View article. Paleozoic foraminiferal biostratigraphy of central and east Alborz Mountains, Iran.

National Iranian Oil Company, Geological Laboratories, Publication, Among Permian smaller foraminifers, the genus Dagmarita is one of the most studied due to its worldwide distribution. The detailed study of the Zal (NW Iran) and Abadeh (Central Iran) stratigraphic sections led to redescription of the genus Dagmarita and its taxonomic composition.

In Dagmarita, a peculiar generic morphological character, represented by a secondary valvular. Ghasemi Nejad, E.,Biostratigraphy and depositional history of the Paleozoic deposits in the South of Central Alborz Basin, Based on Foraminifera: Iranian International Journal of Science, v. 3, no. 1, p. Species richness of foraminifera assemblages in the Permian succession, contains Dorud, Ruteh and Nessen Formations, in Central Alborz—North of Iran, was estimated and studied based on lithostratigraphy and microbiostratigraphy of Permian.

We used four non-parametric estimators to investigate the species richness: Chao 2, Jackknife 1, Jackknife 2 and bootstrap. Bozorgnia, F., –Paleozoic foraminiferal biostratigraphy of central and east Alborz Mountains, Iran. – National Iranian Oil Company, Geological Laboratories 4: Fisher Von,Waldhelm, –designated as a type species.

– Bulletin of. The Binalud Mountains in the east, although the continuation of the Alborz, bear features comparable to those of Central Iran.

The Alborz mountain range is only 60– km wide and consists of sedimentary series dating from Upper Devonian to Oligocene, prevalently Jurassic limestone over a granite core.

Paleozoic foraminiferal biostratigraphy of Central and East Alborz Mountains, Iran. National Iranian Oil Company, Geological Laboratories, 4: 1– G. B., Preliminary descriptions of new genera of Paleozoic rugose corals. New York State Museum. Bulletin, Smith, S., Upper Devonian corals of the Mackenzie River.

the Padeha and Sibzar Formations in east of Central Iran which have been proposed for type section as Lower F. et al. Paleozoic foraminiferal biostratigraphy of Central and East of Alborz Mountains, Iran. National Iranian Oil Company, Geological Laboratories Publication, 4.Paleozoic Foraminiferal Biostratigraphy of Central and East Alborz Mountains, Iran.

National Iran Oil Company, pp. Branson, E. R. Conodonts from the Hannibal Formation of Missouri. University of Missouri Studies, 8, ‒Paleozoic foraminiferal biostratigraphy of central and East Alborz mountains, Iran. National Iranian Oil Company, Publication No.

4, p 5. Hosseininezhad, S. M. et al. (). Bio Events of Meyghan area Famennian rocks in the east Alborz.