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Epicentre maps of Iran, especially those which include both instrumental and preinstrumental data [Berberian 1976a, 1977a] show that the country may be considered as a broad seismic zone over 1,000 km wide and extending from the Turan platform (southern Eurasia) in the northeast to the Arabian plate in the southwest (Fig. 1). The Kopeh Dagh and the Zagros, the two active fold-thrust mountain belts, respectively in NE and SW Iran, form the active border belts at the contacts with the aseismic cratons of Turan and Arabia (Figs.
And H. Fayaz, Le massif granitique d'Alvande et son aureole metamorphique (3eme Partie), Bull. Faculty of Science, Tehran Univ. vol. 4(3), 82-90, 1972. , Association of or beds in granitoids of the Caucasus and genesis of these rocks, Sovet. , 4, 81-97, 1958. BERBERIAN AND BERBERIAN Copyright American Geophysical Union Geodynamics Series Zagros, Hindu Kush, Himalaya: Geodynamic Evolution Vol. K. Abstract. Study of earthquake faulting in Iran has shown that the early Quaternary tectonic history as well as the pre-Quaternary geological record is very important in understanding the present-day continental deformation during earthquakes.
Edge of the late-Alpine fold-thrust belts and the Neogene-Quaternary foredeeps. Arrows indicate vectors of relative plate motion (in cm/yr) between Arabia, India and Eurasia across the assumed plate boundaries. Areas with oceanic crust are indicated by vertical hatching. Based on data from: Gzov sky et ale , Abu-Bakr and Jackson , Gansser [1964, 1966], Matthews , Laughton et ale , CIGMEMR , McKenzie and Sclater , Brown , McKenzie , Sborshchikov et ale , Minster et ale , Molnar and Tapponnier , Schlich , Owen , Berberian [1976a], Stocklin , Biju-Duval et ale , Bergougnan et ale , Ketin , Huber , Desio , Kravchenko , Jacob and Quittmeyer , Peive and Yanshin [1979b], and Shikalibeilyand Grigoriants  after modification and correction.