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Cenozoic

  • Mansour GhorbaniEmail author
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Abstract

The Cenozoic Era begins at 65 Ma and continues to the present day (Fig. 4.1). At the beginning of this era, the earth was experiencing some tectonically-important evolutionary events that affected the geological and stratigraphical history of Iran. These results will be discussed below.

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