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Lead and Copper Mineral Prospectivity Mapping in Kalatereshm Area, Based on Exploratory Data Sets Using AHP-Index overlay Modeling in GIS (Semnan Province, North of Iran)


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1 Department of Geology, College of Geology, Tehran Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran, Islamic Republic of
 

The Kalatereshm is an area in north of Iran which covers some part of Torud magmatic belt. The area of this belt is about 2000 square kilometers and most of the mines in this particular area are of Copper, lead and Zinc. The Synthesis process is done by the Analysis Hierarchy Process (AHP) and Index Overlay (IO) methods. Of previous studies on the area, various companies providing Geological maps and in particular the company of Jiangxi providing its own geochemical maps can be mentioned. The reasons for doing this research and its innovation in Kalatereshm's sheet can be justified as to be valuable and the fact that we would be able to save in time and cost by doing so. Previous case studies on this particular region lacked the necessary use of an advanced software and method. The informational layers included geochemical layers (the second and first ratings were given to Copper and Lead respectively by weighting based on AHP method), geology layer (the fourth and second ratings were given to Copper and Lead respectively by weighing based on AHP method), fault layer (the first and fourth ratings were given to Copper and Lead respectively by weighting based on AHP method), satellite imagery layer (the third rating was given to both Copper and Lead by weighting based on AHP method) and the more applicable areas for field exploration and detailed procedures of exploration had been determined (the mentioned ratings were delineated by each element's respective weight in each layer and their importance in the Synthesis of informational layers).

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Kalatereshm, Mineral Prospectivity Mapping, AHP, Index Overlay.
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Seyed Milad Ahmadi
Department of Geology, College of Geology, Tehran Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran, Islamic Republic of

Abstract


The Kalatereshm is an area in north of Iran which covers some part of Torud magmatic belt. The area of this belt is about 2000 square kilometers and most of the mines in this particular area are of Copper, lead and Zinc. The Synthesis process is done by the Analysis Hierarchy Process (AHP) and Index Overlay (IO) methods. Of previous studies on the area, various companies providing Geological maps and in particular the company of Jiangxi providing its own geochemical maps can be mentioned. The reasons for doing this research and its innovation in Kalatereshm's sheet can be justified as to be valuable and the fact that we would be able to save in time and cost by doing so. Previous case studies on this particular region lacked the necessary use of an advanced software and method. The informational layers included geochemical layers (the second and first ratings were given to Copper and Lead respectively by weighting based on AHP method), geology layer (the fourth and second ratings were given to Copper and Lead respectively by weighing based on AHP method), fault layer (the first and fourth ratings were given to Copper and Lead respectively by weighting based on AHP method), satellite imagery layer (the third rating was given to both Copper and Lead by weighting based on AHP method) and the more applicable areas for field exploration and detailed procedures of exploration had been determined (the mentioned ratings were delineated by each element's respective weight in each layer and their importance in the Synthesis of informational layers).

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Kalatereshm, Mineral Prospectivity Mapping, AHP, Index Overlay.