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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
Given the importance of discovery of radiometric datings methods, especially two radioactive elements uranium and thorium, the radiometric airborne geophysical survey data (produced by the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran) and telemetry methods have been used to explore the radioactive elements. Initially, a high volume of the radiometric processing of digital data, classification and analysis were dealt with, using statistical methods, Abnormalities were separated from the background. With geological and remote sensing surveys conducted in the area, abnormalities in sheet 1:50000 Salmas, Tazeh Shahr survey delivered the result that the study area consists mostly of granite radioactive units in a weight pull into a page or a post-conflict area of newely-formed sediments. Considering the importance of identifying and tracing the radioactive airborne geophysical data layer, combining these maps with the satellite data, the geologically promising areas for radioactive elements were introduced. Then we proceeded to the final assessment of potential radioactive elements in the ground control. Due to the high amount of uranium enriched granitic intrusion in Qushchi and its highly enriched sediments compared with the other areas, to the best of our knowledge, the causative magma masses have been highly radioactive and have been transported to the earth’s crust, albeit with no position for the of formation of uranium reserves.
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