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Tajbakhsh G, Khodami M, Monsef R. Mineral chemistry and geothermo-barometry based on amphibole of alkali gabbro dykes of Zarigan, northeast of Bafq. www.ijcm.ir 2023; 31 (1) :59-74
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تاج بخش غلامرضا، خدامی مهناز، منصف رضا. شیمی کانی و زمین دما-فشارسنجی بر پایه کانی آمفیبول دایک‌های قلیایی گابرویی زریگان، شمال شرق بافق. مجله بلورشناسی و کانی شناسی ایران. 1402; 31 (1) :59-74

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دایک‌های مافیک بسیاری با سن پالئوزوئیک پیشین در توده گرانیتوئیدی زریگان و واحدهای رسوبی میزبان آن در شمال شرق شهر بافق نفوذ کردهاند. این دایک‌ها از نظر سنگ­شناسی، قلیایی گابرو تا مونزوگابرو با بافت‌های دانه متوسط تا ریز بین دانه­ای تا دانه­ای هستند. کانی‌های اصلی کلینوپیروکسن، آمفیبول و پلاژیوکلاز به همراه مقادیر کمتری بیوتیت، الیوین، فلدسپار قلیایی و نفلین در این سنگ‌ها دیده می­شوند. آمفیبول‌ها از گروه کلسیمی و از نوع کرسوتیت - کرسوتیت‌ پتاسیمی هستند. محاسبات زمین دما-فشارسنجی بر پایه این کانی، فشار و دمای تبلور کرسوتیت را 2/8-3/6 کیلوبار و 1113-1040 درجه سانتیگراد مشخص کرده­اند. براساس ترکیب زمین شیمیایی، کرسوتیت‌ها در گستره آمفیبولهای قلیایی، برآمده از گوشته و مربوط به محیط‌های زمین­ساختی کشش درون قارهای قرار دارند. با توجه به شواهد، این کانی­ها در ماگماهای برآمده از خیز سست کره­ای آغاز کافت پالئوتتیس به همراه عملکردهای کششی گسل‌های بنیادی قطعه پشت بادام متبلور شدهاند.     
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