• Geology
  • Published 2008

KUH-E-ZAR GOLD DEPOSIT IN TORBAT-E-HEYDARYEH «NEW MODEL OF GOLD MINERALIZATION»

@inproceedings{Mazloumi2008KUHEZARGD,
  title={KUH-E-ZAR GOLD DEPOSIT IN TORBAT-E-HEYDARYEH «NEW MODEL OF GOLD MINERALIZATION»},
  author={Adel Mazloumi and Mohammad Hassan Karimpour and I Rasae and Bijan Rahimi and Mansour Vosoughi Abedini},
  year={2008}
}
Kuh – eZar gold deposit located in central part of Khaf – Bardaskan volcanoplatonic belt and about 40 km west of Torbat-e-Heydariyeh area in Khorassan-e-Razavi province. The extensive exploration of the last decade done in the above belt has been caused the exploration of several Iron oxide copper – gold deposits, such as Kuh-e-Zar deposit. Several types of Tuff and Acide to intermediate lavas (lover tertiary) are widespread all over in the area. Mineralization appeared in different type such… CONTINUE READING

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