The Germi sheet is located in the northwest of Iran, near the border of Iran with Azerbaijan. The area is mountainous with clod winters. Dense vegetation cover makes it difficult to use TM data for studying the area. This area belongs to the Alborz structural zone that its northern portion is occupied by quaternary deposits when its southern part includes Eocene to Miocene rocks.
Using remote sensing methods, argillic alteration associated with iron oxides was identified in the eastern portion of the sheet. Two anomalous areas were identified that have potential for polymetal mineralization. One is located in the Solaleh-Demirchi trend (Cu-Pb-Zn) and another located in the Qeshlaq Shur Darreh (Cu-Pb-Zn). The areas of these anomalies are estimated 100 Km2 and 50 Km2 respectively. These anomalies require further exploration.