Tectonic geomorphplogy of Hamedan-Sosangerd region, west Iran

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Authors: Negin Rahimi and Mehran Arian
Date: Dec. 2014
From: Advances in Environmental Biology
Publisher: American-Eurasian Network for Scientific Information
Document Type: Report
Length: 1,607 words

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Abstract :

Hamedan-Sosangerd region, west Iran is a quaternary tectonically active region with 755 Km length. There are many geologic structures that they have formed by the collision of the Arabian and Eurasian plates. This area has extended from central Iranto the south of Zagros mountain. The study area is Karkheh river basin and it has divided to 35 Sub-basin for calculation of 6 geomorphic indices.Finally, this region were classified in 4 relative tectonic activity classes. Keywords: Hamedan, Sosangerd geomorphology, basin, class, Tectonic

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Source Citation
Rahimi, Negin, and Mehran Arian. "Tectonic geomorphplogy of Hamedan-Sosangerd region, west Iran." Advances in Environmental Biology, 2014, p. 119+. Accessed 24 June 2021.

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