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Journal Article
Journal: GeoArabia
Publisher: Gulf Petrolink
Published: 01 July 2011
GeoArabia (2011) 16 (3): 129–192.
...Maryamnaz Bahrammanesh; Lucia Angiolini; Anselmo Alessandro Antonelli; Babak Aghababalou; Maurizio Gaetani ABSTRACT Following detailed stratigraphic work on the Mississippian marlstone and bioclastic limestone of the Mobarak Formation of the Alborz Mountains in North Iran, forty-eight of the most...
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Journal Article
Journal: GeoArabia
Publisher: Gulf Petrolink
Published: 01 July 2009
GeoArabia (2009) 14 (3): 43–78.
...Paul L. Brenckle; Maurizio Gaetani; Lucia Angiolini; Maryamnaz Bahrammanesh ABSTRACT Detailed sampling of limestones from the Mobarak Formation at the Abrendan and Abnak measured sections in the eastern and central Alborz Mountains, northern Iran, yielded a diverse assemblage of Tournaisian – Lower...
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Distribution of brachiopods and molluscs in the <span class="search-highlight">Mobarak</span> <span class="search-highlight">Formation</span> at the Ab...
Published: 01 July 2009
Figure 8: Distribution of brachiopods and molluscs in the Mobarak Formation at the Abrendan section.
Journal Article
Journal: Palynology
Published: 22 April 2021
Palynology (2021) 45 (2): 351–362.
...Fatemeh Taherian; Fatemeh Vaez-Javadi; Seyed Hamid Vaziri Abstract Diverse and well-preserved marine palynomorphs occur in the Padeha, Khoshyeilagh, and Mobarak formations in the Khoshyeilagh area, northeastern Alborz, northern Iran. The marine palynomorph assemblages consist of acritarchs...
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Journal Article
Journal: Palynology
Published: 21 July 2022
Palynology (2022) 46 (3): (1)–(16).
...Fatemeh Taherian; Fatemeh Vaez-Javadi; Seyed Hamid Vaziri Abstract Diverse and well-preserved terrestrial palynomorphs occur in the Padeha, Khoshyeilagh, and Mobarak formations in the Khoshyeilagh area, northeastern Alborz, northern Iran. The spore assemblages consist of 36 species belonging to 24...
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Series: Geological Society, London, Special Publications
Published: 01 January 2015
DOI: 10.1144/SP414.13
EISBN: 9781862397156
...Abstract Abstract The Lower Carboniferous Mobarak Formation in the Alborz Basin (northern Iran) was deposited along the northeastern margin of Gondwana in a carbonate ramp setting. This paper focuses on the Tournaisian stratigraphic interval of this formation that crops out at the Jaban section...
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Distribution of calcareous foraminifers, algae and  incertae sedis  in the ...
Published: 01 July 2009
Figure 7: Distribution of calcareous foraminifers, algae and incertae sedis in the Mobarak Formation at the Abnak section. See Figure 6 for sample locations.
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Lithology and stratigraphic position of samples at the Abrendan section. Th...
Published: 01 July 2009
Figure 4: Lithology and stratigraphic position of samples at the Abrendan section. The base of the Mobarak Formation is not clearly defined in this area. Some of the lower Mobarak beds could as well belong to the Khoshyeilagh Formation whose upper member has similar lithologies extending from
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Field photographs of the CAZ of Iran, overviews of ( a ) Lashkarak Formatio...
Published: 25 April 2022
Fig. 3. Field photographs of the CAZ of Iran, overviews of ( a ) Lashkarak Formation, ( b ) Mobarak Formation, ( c ) Dorud Formation, ( d ) Ruteh Formation, ( e ) Nesen Formation, ( f ) Elika Formation. ( g ) Abnak Formation, ( h ) Lar Formation, ( i ) Dalichai Formation, ( j ) Tizkuh Formation
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Field photographs of the CAZ of Iran, overviews of ( a ) Lashkarak Formatio...
Published: 25 April 2022
Fig. 3. Field photographs of the CAZ of Iran, overviews of ( a ) Lashkarak Formation, ( b ) Mobarak Formation, ( c ) Dorud Formation, ( d ) Ruteh Formation, ( e ) Nesen Formation, ( f ) Elika Formation. ( g ) Abnak Formation, ( h ) Lar Formation, ( i ) Dalichai Formation, ( j ) Tizkuh Formation
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Distribution of calcareous foraminifers, algae, and  incertae sedis  in the...
Published: 01 July 2009
Figure 5: Distribution of calcareous foraminifers, algae, and incertae sedis in the Mobarak Formation at the Abrendan section. Only samples containing calcareous microfossils are listed on the chart. Those examined but lacking microfossils include IR 981, 990, 992, 995 and 1009. See Figure 4
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<span class="search-highlight">Mobarak</span> foraminifer localities in the Alborz Mountains: (1) Dozdehband ( Bo...
Published: 01 July 2009
); (10) Kalariz ( Bozorgnia, 1973 ); (11) Kalate ( Lys et al., 1978 ); (12) Viru ( Lys et al., 1978 ); (13) Nodeh-Sud ( Lys et al., 1978 ); (14) Khoshyeilagh ( Bozorgnia, 1973 ). For localities above the uppermost dashed line, the top of the Mobarak Formation terminates in the Upper Visean; for those
Journal Article
Published: 01 September 2007
Journal of Paleontology (2007) 81 (5): 1101–1113.
... Archive, < www.journalofpaleontology.org > Echinoderms were found in the Late Devonian (Frasnian and Famennian) part of the Shishtu Formation of central Iran and Famennian of eastern Iran as well as the Early Mississippian (late Tournaisian and early Viséan) part of the Mobarak Formation...
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Journal Article
Journal: GeoArabia
Publisher: Gulf Petrolink
Published: 01 July 2007
GeoArabia (2007) 12 (3): 167–169.
... miospore forms are described and illustrated but not specifically named. Ghavidel-syooki , M. and B. Owens 2007 . Palynostratigraphy and palaeogeography of the Padeha, Khoshyeilagh, and Mobarak formations in the eastern Alborz Range (Kopet...
Journal Article
Published: 01 September 2001
Journal of Paleontology (2001) 75 (5): 1047–1051.
...) . This report concerns the first known occurrences of rostroconchs from Iran ( Fig. 1 ). The specimens are from the Devonian Bahram Formation (Famennian) ( Dastanpour, 1996 ; Dastanpour and Bassett, 1998 ; Brice, 1999 ; Brice et al., 1999 ) and the Mississippian Mobarak Formation (Tournaisian-Viséan...
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Journal Article
Journal: Palynology
Published: 01 July 2016
Palynology (2016) 40 (2): 247–263.
... with limestone intercalations. In the Alborz Range (northern Iran), these Carboniferous strata are represented by the Mobarak Formation consisting of limestones and shales. In Central Iran, the Upper Devonian to Carboniferous deposits, represented by the Shishtu, Sardar and Gachal formations, are mainly...
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Journal Article
Published: 25 April 2022
Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology (2022) 55 (3): qjegh2021-062.
...Fig. 3. Field photographs of the CAZ of Iran, overviews of ( a ) Lashkarak Formation, ( b ) Mobarak Formation, ( c ) Dorud Formation, ( d ) Ruteh Formation, ( e ) Nesen Formation, ( f ) Elika Formation. ( g ) Abnak Formation, ( h ) Lar Formation, ( i ) Dalichai Formation, ( j ) Tizkuh Formation...
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Series: Geological Society, London, Special Publications
Published: 01 January 2009
DOI: 10.1144/SP312.5
EISBN: 9781862395602
... pass on the Caspian side, along the road to Chalus. Here we refer the lower part of the Toyeh section to the Dozdehband Formation (Fig. 3 ). In that particular section, an approximately 35 m-thick arenaceous succession is observed above the grey marlstone of the Mobarak Formation. This is, in turn...
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Name changes to strata assigned originally by  Assereto (1963 ,  1966 ) to ...
Published: 01 July 2009
Figure 3: Name changes to strata assigned originally by Assereto (1963 , 1966 ) to the Mobarak and Geirud formations. The Upper Devonian and the lowermost Tournaisian beds are composed of mixed arenitic and calcareous sediments, whereas during most of the Tournaisian and the Visean carbonate
Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 December 1970
AAPG Bulletin (1970) 54 (12): 2349–2370.
... and oolitic iron ore within the uppermost formations in the south. The isopach map ( Fig. 10 ) shows a maximum thickness (800 m) at Mobarak (no. 23), and a minimum of about 48 m at Mamura (no. 2). In the area, the thickness generally decreases southward with a possible zero contour near lat. 27°N ( Fig...
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