Metallogenesis of the sediment-hosted stratiform Cu deposits of the Ravar Copper Belt (RCB), Central Iran

@inproceedings{Azaraien2017MetallogenesisOT,
  title={Metallogenesis of the sediment-hosted stratiform Cu deposits of the Ravar Copper Belt (RCB), Central Iran},
  author={Hassan Azaraien and Jamshid Shahabpour and Balandeh Aminzadeh},
  year={2017}
}
Abstract The Ravar Copper Belt (RCB) is located in the north of Kerman in the Central Iran. This belt is a part of the Tabas Block which is 450 km long and 50 km wide. It is bounded by Kuhbanan- Kalmard Fault in the west and Nayband Fault in the east. The main lithological units in the RCB are Mesozoic sedimentary rocks. The stratigraphic sequence includes evaporites, continental red beds and limestone, similar to other sedimentary Cu belts around the world. Sandstone is the most common host… CONTINUE READING