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Journal Article
Published: 15 January 2010
Geological Magazine (2010) 147 (4): 497-507.
... of the Hormuz and the Namakdan diapirs were much faster than the uplift rate of 0.2 mm y −1 for the Persian Gulf coast over the last 250 ka (Reyss et al . 1998 ). The rim of Hormuz Island rose at 2 mm y −1 over the last 10 4 years while the highest part of the terrace was uplifted at 5–6 mm y −1 (Bruthans...
Journal Article
Published: 01 February 2011
Petroleum Geoscience (2011) 17 (1): 101-107.
... as islands ( Fig. 2 ). These bodies originated in, and rose actively from, the Lower Cambrian Hormuz salt and the Middle Miocene Fars salt. Some salt bodies are very shallow and lie about 300 m below the seabed ( Fig. 6 ), whereas others occur deeper, with a minimum depth of about 450 m below seabed ( Fig. 7...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 October 1988
Journal of the Geological Society (1988) 145 (5): 831-845.
... W. T. Notes on the geological formations seen along the coasts of Baluchistan and Persia from Karachi to the head of the Persian Gulf and some Gulf Islands Records of Geological Survey of India 1872 5 41 5 Burruss R. C. Cercone K. R. Harris P. M. Fluid inclusion...
Journal Article
Published: 01 September 2003
Journal of the Geological Society (2003) 160 (5): 719-733.
...Abbas Bahroudi; HeminA. Koyi Abstract Scaled analogue models of thin-skinned simultaneous shortening above adjacent viscous and frictional décollements simulate the effect of Hormuz salt on the shortening in the Zagros fold and thrust belt. The models consisted of sand layers that partly overlay...
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Series: GCSSEPM
Published: 01 December 2004
DOI: 10.5724/gcs.04.24.0753
EISBN: 978-0-9836096-6-7
... are also shown. The Hormuz series was deposited in the Persian Gulf and Zagros areas in latest Proterozoic-lower Paleozoic times. Some volcanic rocks present as inclusions in the salt plug of Hormuz Island were radiometrically dated and attributed to the Permian-Triassic boundary ( Eliassi et al...
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Map of the study area showing <b>Hormuz</b> and Larak salt-cored <b>islands</b> and a hid...
Published: 01 February 2011
Fig. 2 Map of the study area showing Hormuz and Larak salt-cored islands and a hidden Hormuz Salt diapir. Note the distribution of the islands and the hidden salt diapirs along the NE-trending fault zones.
Journal Article
Published: 01 September 1997
Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology (1997) 45 (3): 279-296.
... islands consists, in ascending order, of: 1) Infracambrian to Cambrian (Hormuz Group) composed of igneous and metamorphic rocks, salt, anhydrite, carbonate and clastic interbeds; 2) Miocene composed of sandstone, siltstone, shale, carbonate and evaporite interbeds; and, 3) Pliocene to Recent sediments...
Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 September 1974
AAPG Bulletin (1974) 58 (9): 1758-1770.
... the heterogeneous character of the igneous and metamorphic rocks associated with the evaporites, and applied the term Hormuz Series, to the entire complex, after a Persian Gulf island of the same name (see Fig. 1 ). Fig. 1 —Distribution of salt domes in southern Iran and Persian Gulf. The inland...
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Journal Article
Journal: GeoArabia
Publisher: Gulf Petrolink
Published: 01 October 2000
GeoArabia (2000) 5 (4): 527-542.
.... In these rift basins there accumulated thick sequences of clastic and carbonate rocks and salt, such as the Ara Group in Oman, Salt Range Formation in Pakistan, and Hormuz Series in the Arabian Gulf and Zagros Mountains. During the extensional collapse, the N-trending anticlines probably remained elevated...
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Series: AAPG Memoir
Published: 01 January 2014
DOI: 10.1036/13431868M1063616
EISBN: 9781629812663
... island-arc and micro-continental terrains. The final collision of the accreted plates is the Amar Collision, dating back to 640-620 million years, when the Rayn plate was fused with the Afif Terrain ( Al-Husseini, 2000 ; Konert et al., 2001 ). Large horst features such as the Qatar-Fars High, identified...
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Series: Geological Society, London, Special Publications
Published: 01 January 2012
DOI: 10.1144/SP366.12
EISBN: 9781862396142
... brings the Ara and the Hormuz evaporites close to the evaporites of NW India and Pakistan, but leaves a small gap between them, which was probably occupied by a continental sliver, mostly likely part of the Lut block of central Iran. The Ara-Hormuz basins lie on the edge of a major continental collision...
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Journal Article
Journal: GeoArabia
Publisher: Gulf Petrolink
Published: 01 April 2014
GeoArabia (2014) 19 (2): 135-174.
... of Arabia. The Semail Ophiolite shows a lower ocean ridge axis suite of gabbros, tonalites, trondhjemites and lavas (Geotimes V1 unit) dated by U-Pb zircon between 96.4–95.4 Ma overlain by a post-ridge suite including island-arc related volcanics including boninites formed between 95.4–94.7 Ma (Lasail, V2...
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Journal Article
Journal: GeoArabia
Publisher: Gulf Petrolink
Published: 01 April 1999
GeoArabia (1999) 4 (2): 199-226.
.... The Dammam Dome is here estimated to have risen at time-averaged rates of 7.5 meters per million years for the Neogene and 7 meters per million years for the Oligocene. The nearby Awali Dome below Bahrain Island, likewise cored by Hormuz Salt, grew at 2.5 meters per million years during the Early Cretaceous...
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Journal Article
Published: 05 July 2012
Geological Magazine (2012) 150 (1): 72-88.
... ) introduced the name Hormuz Salt Formation for the entire complex of rock salt and associated sedimentary and igneous rocks occurring on Hormuz Island. Salt structures throughout the world have been studied intensively since the beginning of the twentieth century, if only because...
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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 November 1988
AAPG Bulletin (1988) 72 (11): 1381-1394.
... Island, which consists of a core of diapiric salt at the entrance of the Arabian-Persian Gulf, the Hormuz Complex consists mostly of salt associated with gypsum and shale. This formation was deposited on a shieldlike basement in the Infracambrian ( Stöcklin, 1968 ). The presence of Middle Cambrian...
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Journal Article
Journal: Geology
Published: 07 June 2018
Geology (2018) 46 (7): 607-610.
.... Our numerical models not only shed new light on the SI dynamics of Cenozoic subduction zones (e.g., the Izu-Bonin-Mariana zone in the Pacific Ocean), but also have implications for fossil convergent plate margins (e.g., the Bitlis-Zagros suture zone, west of the Strait of Hormuz). In the latter case...
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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 September 1989
AAPG Bulletin (1989) 73 (9): 1117-1131.
... and Iran and deposited calcareous clastics, carbonates, and evaporites (including the Hormuz and Ara halites). This transgression extended into the western part of the Arabian plate via the Najd rift system. The termination of the extensional phase during the late Early Cambrian was accompanied by a major...
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Journal Article
Published: 29 June 2011
Geological Magazine (2011) 148 (5-6): 762-801.
...HADI SHAFAII MOGHADAM; ROBERT J. STERN Abstract The Zagros fold-and-thrust belt of SW Iran is a young continental convergence zone, extending NW–SE from eastern Turkey through northern Iraq and the length of Iran to the Strait of Hormuz and into northern Oman. This belt reflects the shortening...
Journal Article
Journal: The Leading Edge
Published: 01 June 2017
The Leading Edge (2017) 36 (6): 474-479.
... deformation. Some normal faults have reactivated as strike-slip faults, which means the arrangement of the strike-slip faults is likely influenced by preexisting normal faults. The geologic setting and particular geometry of the Z structure suggest the role of vertical movements of Precambrian Hormuz salt...
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Series: Geological Society, London, Special Publications
Published: 01 January 2002
DOI: 10.1144/GSL.SP.2002.195.01.06
EISBN: 9781862394438
... in Musandam represents a smaller buckle; Falcon (1973) estimated that it had undergone at least 3 km of uplift since Oligocene time. He also reported that the top of the Musandam Limestone (of Jurassic to Cretaceous age) had been found at a depth of about 4 km in a borehole on Qishm Island. The transmission...