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Pearce, J.A. (1982) Trace element characteristics of lavas from destructive plate boundaries. In: Thorpe, R.S. (Editor), Andesites. Unwin Hyman, London, pp. 525–548.

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  • TITLE: Identifying the Conjunction of Exploration Factors in the Tafresh Area That Lead to Present Three Potential Areas for Au and Cu Deposits

    AUTHORS: Akram Shahhosseini, Leila Hosseina

    KEYWORDS: Tafresh, Copper, Gold, Skarn, Hydrothermal, Androgenic

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Geology, Vol.6 No.6, June 30, 2016

    ABSTRACT: Our study area “Tafresh” is located in the sedimentary-volcanic belt. This work was carried out as systematic for surveying ore potentials at Tafresh base on the geology, geochemistry, laboratories studies, remote sensing, and tectonic. According to study of 109 samples, most of the area’s mineralization has been associated with Dacite, Diorite, Tonalite intrusive massive, Andesitic dykes which are related to operation of thrust and strike slip faults. Also, most of these ore deposits had been concentrated at sedimentary rocks of Cretaceous that involves Limestone and Shale in the Southwest and Andesite to Andesitic Basalt at the Northern of Tafresh area. Most of the alterations zones associated with mineralization are androgenic like Argillic, Propylitic, Sericitic, and siliceous alterations that have appropriate adaptation with area’s major faults as well. Eventually, based on the geochemical studies and incorporating all data by GIS software, Tafresh has remarkable concentration of Cu and Au ore deposits that are recognized as Skarn and Hydrothermal ore deposits which are related to fluids flowing from intrusive massive and dykes.