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Mortazavi ravari M, Jamshidi F, Asiabanha A. Basaltic magmatism from Halab- Nobaran area: an example of Late Cretaceous magmatic activity in the Urumia-Dokhtar magmatic arc.. www.ijcm.ir 2023; 31 (3) :435-454
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مرتضوی راوری محسن، جمشیدی فریبا، آسیابانها عباس. فعالیت ماگمایی بازالتی منطقه حلب- نوبران: مثالی از فعالیت ماگمایی کرتاسه پسین در کمان ماگمایی ارومیه- دختر. مجله بلورشناسی و کانی شناسی ایران. 1402; 31 (3) :435-454

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1- گروه زمین شناسی، دانشکده علوم پایه، دانشگاه هرمزگان، بندر عباس، ایران
2- گروه زمین شناسی ، دانشکده علوم پایه، دانشگاه بین‌المللی امام خمینی(ره)، قزوین، ایران
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فعالیت ماگمایی بازیک کرتاسه پسین در بخش شمالی کمان ماگمایی ارومیه- دختر شامل سنگ­های بازالتی و آندزیت بازالتی آهکی قلیایی (دگرگونه) است که گاه همراه با سنگ­های مختلف آذرآواری و رسوبی تشکیل شده­اند. این سنگ­ها با الگوهای زمین­شیمیایی مشابهی شامل غنی­شدگی عناصر خاکی­نادر سبک(LREE)  و سنگ دوست بزرگ یون(LILE)  و تهی­شدگی از عناصر با شدت میدان بالا (HFSE; Nb, Ta, Ti) مشخص می­شوند. این شواهد زمین­شیمیایی بیانگر فعالیت ماگمایی در ارتباط با قوس­های آتشفشانی و محیط فرورانش هستند. افزون بر این، الگوهای تقریباً مسطح عناصر خاکی نادر سنگین (HREE)، الگویی مشابه بازالت­های جزایر اقیانوسی (OIB) را به یاد می­آورند. سنگ­های بازالتی مورد بررسی با نسبت­های اولیه 87Sr/86Sr از 70404/0 تا 70414/0 و مقادیر مثبت و یکنواخت (t) εNd از 1 تا 4/4 مشخص می­شوند، که بیانگر ترکیب گوشته­ای خاستگاه این سنگ­هاست. مدلسازی عناصر کمیاب و ایزوتوپی نشان می­دهد که سنگ­های مورد بررسی از ذوب بخشی یک گوشته سنگ کره ای دگرنهاده در عمق تغییر اسپینل به گارنت شکل گرفته­اند. فعالیت ماگمایی در این منطقه به احتمال بسیار در یک محیط آتشفشانی کمانی ناشی از بالا آمدن سست کره در پاسخ به عقبگرد سنگ کره اقیانوسی و در نتیجه کشش صفحه بالایی در 80 میلیون سال پیش انجام شده است.
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