Listvenite (silcic, silcic-carbonate), iron oxide and argillic alterations are found in the study area. The alterations are associated with listvenitic peridotite rocks and flysch deposits.
For geological and mineralogical studies, 7 samples including 1 for ICP analysis, 1 for XRD, 1 for XRF, 1 for study of polished sections and 3 for petrographic studies were collected.
Regarding the rock units of the study area, exploration was performed on reserves associated with ophiolite complex. Magnesite, huntite and asbestos indices were found, but they had no economic value.
During the field survey, some indices including blue agate were found in the form of veins in listvenite zones, peridotite rocks and flysch. They may have economic value but further exploration is suggested.
The most important index was a white feldspar body at NW of the area.
Faults of the study area are in Rud-e-Shur fault termination. Three trends are mainly seen among them:
1- NW-SE trending faults; they are the most abundant faults in the area. They cut all Paleocene-Quaternary units, so their activities date back to Paleocene-Quaternary.
2- N-S trending faults
3- NE-SW trending faults
The last two groups cut all the units too, but a very few faults with NE-SW trend are tensional.
For geochemical exploration in Gorazan, 63 geochemical samples (size: -60, +80 mesh) and 24 heavy mineral samples (size: -20 mesh) were collected. Also, 56 samples of stream sediments (-80#), 24 heavy mineral samples (-20#), 11 mineralized samples were taken. Data processing and map drawing were performed for all the test results of these samples.