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Asadpou, Ahangari. Petrography, geochemistry and source of Ghazan Plio-Quaternary basalts, NW Urmia. www.ijcm.ir. 2022; 30 (1) :15-28
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فتاحی رامین، اسدپور منیژه، آهنگری معصومه. سنگ‌نگاری، زمین‌شیمی و خاستگاه بازالت‌های پلیوکواترنر غازان، شمال غرب ارومیه. مجله بلورشناسی و کانی شناسی ایران. 1401; 30 (1) :28-15

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سنگ­های آتشفشانی پلیوکواترنر در شمالی­ترین بخش پهنه سنندج – سیرجان، در شمال­ غرب ارومیه رخنمون گسترده­ای دارند. بلورهای اولیوین+ پیروکسن± پلاژیوکلاز فاز اصلی کانیایی هستند که هم بصورت درشت بلور و هم ریز بلور با کانی­های فرعی دیگر در متن سنگ وجود دارند. این سنگ­ها بافت­های پورفیری، ریزسنگی پورفیری، شیشه ای پورفیری، انبوهه پورفیری و حفره­ای دارند. از نظر زمین­شیمی، سنگ خاستگاه این سنگ­ها با طیف ترکیبی تراکی­بازالت تا تراکی­آندزیت بازالت وابسته به سری­های قلیایی هستند. نمودارهای عنکبوتی عناصر کمیاب بهنجار شده به گوشته و کندریت غنی شدگی در عناصر خاکی نادر سبک (LREE) و عناصر سنگ دوست بزرگ یون (LILE) نسبت به عناصر نادر خاکی سنگین (HREE) و عناصر با شدت میدان بالا HFSE نشان می­دهند. در این نمودارها، بی­هنجاری منفی در Nb، Ta، P، Rb، Zr و Ti و بی­هنجاری مثبت در Pb، La، U،  Nd،Th ، Yb و Cs وجود دارد. این ویژگی­ها بهمراه نمودارهای زمین­ساختی نشان می­دهند که فعالیت ماگمایی پلیو-کواترنر غازان در پهنه­های کمان­های ماگمایی پس از برخوردی رخ داده­اند.    
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