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Parsaei, Dargahi, Arvin, Shaker, Nezafati. Petrography, geochemistry and petrogenesis of the Daraloo granitoid rocks, south of Kerman. www.ijcm.ir. 2022; 30 (2) :311-326
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پارسایی محمد، درگاهی سارا، آروین محسن، شاکر علیرضا، نظافتی نیما. سنگ‌نگاری، زمین‌شیمی و سنگ‌زایی سنگ‌های گرانیتوئیدی درآلو، جنوب کرمان. مجله بلورشناسی و کانی شناسی ایران. 1401; 30 (2) :326-311

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1- دانشگاه آزاد اسلامی واحد علوم و تحقیقات
2- دانشگاه شهید باهنر کرمان
3- مجتمع آموزش عالی زرند
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گستره کانسار درآلو از نظر ساختاری در پهنه ایران مرکزی و کمان ماگمایی ارومیه دختر و در جنوب استان کرمان واقع است. در این منطقه، روانه­های آندزیتی و سنگ­های آذرآواری ائوسن در معرض توده­های نفوذی نیمه عمیق الیگومیوسن قرار گرفته­اند. اغلب نمونه­های نفوذی از نوع گرانودیوریت پورفیری تا مونزوگرانیت پورفیری با زمینه ریزدانه­ای هستند و دگرسانی شدید از نوع فیلیک نشان می­دهند. براساس شواهد کانی­شناسی و زمین شیمیایی، سنگ­های گرانیتوئیدی درآلو در سری آهکی قلیایی جای می­­گیرند و دارای طبیعت متاآلومین تا کمی پرآلومین و از نوع I هستند. در بیشتر نمونه­ها، ناهنجاری منفی آشکاری از  Nb-Ti دیده می­شود که این امر با جدایش فازهای تیتانیوم­دار چون تیتانیت و تیتانومگنتیت توجیه می‌شود. همچنین غنی­شدگی آشکار در عناصر سنگ دوست درشت یون (چون K، Rb، Ba و Cs) و عناصر خاکی نادر سبک نسبت به عناصر با شدت میدان بالا (چون، Nb، Ti و Zr) و عناصر خاکی نادر سنگین، از ویژگی­های زمین شیمیایی ماگماهای تولید شده در محیط­های فرورانش هستند. بنابراین چنین برداشت می­شود که سنگ­های گرانیتی درآلو باید در یک محیط کرانه فعال قاره­ای، به علت فرورانش پوسته اقیانوسی نئوتتیس به زیر ایران مرکزی در زمان ترشیری به وجود آمده باشند.     
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