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REHMAN Hafiz
 
Organization
Research Field in Science, Science and Engineering Area Graduate School of Science and Engineering (Science) Department of Science Earth Science Program Associate Professor
Title
Associate Professor

Degree

  • Ph.D. (Sci) ( 2007.3   Kagoshima University )

  • M.S. Geology ( 2004.3   Kagoshima University )

  • M.Sc. Geology ( 1998.6   University of Peshawar )

  • B.Sc. (Hons) Geology ( 1996.3   University of Peshawar )

Research Interests

  • Geochronology

  • Geochemistry

  • metamorphic rocks

  • Petrology

Research Areas

  • Natural Science / Solid earth sciences

Education

  • Kagoshima University

    2004.4 - 2007.3

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    Country: Japan

  • Kagoshima University   Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences

    2002.4 - 2004.3

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    Country: Japan

  • University of Peshawar   Science Faculty   Department of Geology

    1996.4 - 1998.6

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    Country: Pakistan

  • University of Peshawar

    1993.4 - 1996.3

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    Country: Pakistan

Research History

  • Kagoshima University   Research Field in Science, Science and Engineering Area Graduate School of Science and Engineering (Science) Department of Science Earth Science Program   Associate Professor

    2020.4

  • Academia Sinica, Taiwan   Institute of Earth Sciences   Researcher

    2016.10 - 2017.4

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  • University of Montpelier, France   Geosciences Montpellier   Researcher

    2013.10 - 2014.3

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  • Potsdam University, Germany   Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences   Researcher

    2013.4 - 2013.9

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  • Kagoshima University

    2007.12

  • Kagoshima University   Research Field in Science, Science and Engineering Area Graduate School of Science and Engineering (Science) Earth and Environmental Sciences Course   Assistant Professor

    2007.12 - 2020.3

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Professional Memberships

  • Mineralogical Society of America

    2021.1

  • Japan Mineralogical Society (JAMS)

    2015.10

  • Geological Society of Japan

    2008.1

  • Japan Geoscience Union

    2008.1

  • American Geophysical Union (AGU)

    2006.1 - 2015.12

  • Geological Society of America (GSA)

    2005.4 - 2013.12

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Papers

  • Rehman H.U., Kagoshima T., Takahata N., Sano Y., Barou F., Mainprice D., Yamamoto H. .  Electron backscatter diffraction analysis combined with NanoSIMS U–Pb isotope data reveal intra-grain plastic deformation in zircon and its effects on U–Pb age: examples from Himalayan eclogites, Pakistan .  European Journal of Mineralogy35 ( 6 ) 1079 - 1090   2023.12International coauthorship International journal

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    Zircon grains preserve records of crystallization, growth, and/or deformation that can be envisaged from their internal structures and through the U–Pb isotope analysis. Electron backscatter diffraction (EBSD) is a non-destructive method for visualizing undeformed domains to differentiate them from those that are plastically deformed. In this study, we report EBSD analyses conducted on zircon grains, in thin sections with available textural information, from Himalayan eclogites. The studied eclogite samples show no petrographic evidence of shearing or mylonitization. However, several zircon grains preserve plastically deformed domains. These deformed domains display several degrees of misorientation relative to the undeformed domain and yielded geologically reset ages when analysed for U–Pb isotope ratios using nanoscale secondary ion mass spectrometry (NanoSIMS), in contrast to most undeformed domains which retained the protolith age. The degree of resetting is positively correlated with the extent of misorientation. These pieces of evidence indicate that plastic deformation in zircon grains, equilibrated at higher pressure–temperature conditions, affected the primary geochemical and geochronological records. Based on these observations, we assume that not only regional shearing/mylonitization in metamorphic rocks affects the geochemical records, but also that zircon grains in apparently unsheared high-grade metamorphic rocks behave plastically. The micro-scale intra-grain plastically deformed domains can easily be identified through EBSD analysis in the form of crystallographic misorientations. To extract meaningful geochronological results, it is necessary to identify undisturbed domains in zircon grains before applying any destructive analytical method.

    DOI: 10.5194/ejm-35-1079-2023

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  • Hussain I., Rehman H.U., Itai T., Khattak J.A., Farooqi A. .  Geographic distribution of arsenic contamination in the Himalayan Rivers flowing through Pakistan: Implications for its natural source and effects of anthropogenic activities .  International Journal of Sediment Research38 ( 4 ) 543 - 555   2023.8International coauthorship International journal

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    Arsenic (As) in natural hydrological systems is known as a worldwide major environmental concern. A geochemical and sedimentological study was done to ascertain the origin and geographical distribution of As in surface water and fluvial sediment collected from the floodplains/basins of the River Indus and its four major tributaries that drain through the northern Pakistan. The hydrogeochemical compositions of all five rivers were similar with calcium (Ca2+) and bicarbonate (HCO3−) being the dominating ions. The concentration of As ranged from 0.62–24.05 μg/L (average 3.7 ± 3.5 μg/L, n = 61) in river water, 2.3–23.4 mg/kg (average 5.7 ± 3.9 mg/kg) in suspended sediment, and 2.0–13 mg/kg (average 4.13 ± 2.3 mg/kg) in fluvial sediment. Various approaches were used, including mineralogical, sequential extraction, geochemical, and statistical analyses to investigate the distribution, behavior, and potential sources of As in the sediment. The effect of geological factors on the distribution of As was also studied. No noticeable changes in the relative abundance of minerals were observed in the sediment at different locations along the river. Both mineralogical and statistical analyses showed that silicate minerals like muscovite, biotite, and chloride are the main As reservoir while oxides minerals like hematite and magnetite, which are minor components in the sediment are second largest As carrier. A geochemical baseline, using the normalization and cumulative frequency distribution curves was constructed for As. The estimated mean human contribution of As was 3.4% in the Indus River, 1.9% in the Jhelum River, 13.7% in the Chenab River, 17.5% in the Ravi River and 5.4% in the Sutlej River, indicating relatively higher effects of anthropogenic activity along the Chenab River and Ravi River. The almost negligible effects of anthropogenic activities were additionally confirmed through the pollution assessment parameters estimated from the geo-enrichment, contamination factors, and accumulation index analyses. The current data suggest that As transported by the Indus River and its major tributaries is accumulated in the sediment and is potentially incorporated in the sedimentary aquifers situated along the Indus Basin and surrounding areas. Based on the current study, it is concluded that the source of As is dominantly geogenic whereas the role of anthropogenic activities is considered negligible except along the Ravi River which showed relatively a higher percentage (17.5%) of human or industrial contribution.

    DOI: 10.1016/j.ijsrc.2023.04.001

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  • Oyebamiji A., Falae P., Zafar T., Rehman H.U., Oguntuase M. .  Genesis of the Qilinchang Pb–Zn deposit, southwestern China: Evidence from mineralogy, trace elements systematics and S–Pb isotopic characteristics of sphalerite .  Applied Geochemistry148   2023.1International coauthorship International journal

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    The Qilinchang (Pb–Zn)–Ag-Ge deposit of the Yangtze Platform, southwest China are hosted in the Early Carboniferous carbonate rocks of the Baizuo Formation. The deposit is located within the Sichuan-Yunnan-Guizhou (SYG) metallogenic province, which is western bounded by the Yangtze Platform in the southwestern part of China. Ore minerals are sphalerite, galena, pyrite, chalcopyrite, and marmatite, whereas gangue minerals are dolomite, calcite, and quartz. This study highlights the results of sphalerite chemistry analyzed by electron microprobe analyzer (EPMA), the laser-ablation inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (LA-ICP-MS) and isotopic analysis. These techniques were used to investigate the major and trace concentrations in sphalerite from the Qilinchang deposit, in an attempt to provide noteworthy discernments into the ore-forming temperature and metal sources of the deposit. The calculated FeS (mole %) results obtained from Fe (wt. %) with the assumption that the sphalerite is stoichiometric in composition range from 0.02 to 13.48 mol % and mode at 3 mol %. This low FeS content falls within the bornite + pyrite + chalcopyrite field on the Fe–Zn–S system suggesting an increase in sulfur activity. The application of Ga/Ge ratios in sphalerite against the formation temperature was used to determine the homogenization temperature of this deposit. This expression is based on the existing Al/Si geothermometers as (Al/Si)total atomic ratio as a function of temperature calculated using available constants of hydrolysis reactions. The log10 (Ga/Ge) ratios calculated for this study range from −2.8 to 0.87, corresponding to formation temperatures of 100–227 °C, with an average of 180.3 °C. Likewise, correlation between PC1* and the homogenization temperature indicated that the calculated formation temperatures for this study ranged from 119.3 to 217.9 °C, which suggests that the deposit is sourced from a low-temperature environment. The δ34S of sphalerite is related to the thermochemical sulfate reduction (TSR) of Carboniferous seawater sulfate and are mainly derived from evaporites in the host strata producing H2S−rich fluid by TSR with restricted inducement from mantle-derived sulfur. The homogenous composition of Pb isotopic data of sphalerite indicates that the metals were predominantly originated from the basement rocks of the Mesoproterozoic-early Neoproterozoic rocks of the Kunyang Group. From these geochemical signatures, it can be inferred that the Qilinchang deposit was not linked to magmatic activities. It is proposed that the ore-forming fluids responsible for the formation of the deposit were generated from a low-temperature environment. Economic potential reveals the most important attributes of this deposit are high Zn and Pb grade (approximately 17.5% Zn and 6.6% Pb, 3.32 Mt of metal). Overall, the mineralization of the Qilinchang Pb–Zn deposit shows it a high-grade remarkable Pb–Zn deposit transiting between MVT and high-temperature carbonate-replacement Pb–Zn deposits. We suggest that the determination of the genetic type of this exceptional deposit is important to the research and exploration of similar Pb–Zn deposits in other metallogenic provinces of China.

    DOI: 10.1016/j.apgeochem.2022.105545

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  • REHMAN H. U., MAINPRiICE, D., FABRICE, B., YAMAMOTO, H., WEI, C., ZAFAR, T., KHAN, T. .  Crystallographic preferred orientations and microtexture of the Himalayan eclogites revealing records of syn-deformation peak metamorphic stage and subsequent exhumation .  Journal of Structural Geology167   104792 - 104792   2023.1Reviewed International coauthorship

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    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jsg.2023.104792

  • Mughal M.S., Zhang C., Hussain A., Rehman H.U., Du D., Hameed F. .  Pre-Himalayan crustal growth in the Indian plate: Implications from U-Pb dating, geochemical and Sr-Nd isotopic systematics .  Precambrian Research383   2022.12International coauthorship International journal

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    This study presents detailed petrography, bulk rock geochemistry, U-Pb dating, and Sr-Nd isotopes of pre-Himalayan granite gneisses and granites exposed in the Neelum Valley, NW Pakistan. To understand pre-Himalayan crustal growth history in the Indian plate, basement granitoids provide useful constraints. Two granites (the Jura and Neelum granites) and two granitic gneisses (the Nauseri and Jura gneisses) were investigated with the goal of their petrogenesis and constraining their geotectonic settings. Petrographically both granites and gneisses contain plagioclase, K-feldspar, quartz with S-type granite paragenesis of muscovite, garnet and tourmaline. Geochemically granites and gneisses are characterized by strongly peraluminous (A/NK > 1.1) character with a distinct mafic metapelitic sources. Notable negative Ta, Nb, and Ti compared to La and K, and a pronounced positive Pb anomalies in the studied rocks indicate convergence related source with a similar rare earth element pattern of upper continental crust. Two U-Pb zircon age populations, ca. 2429 ± 17 Ma and 1844 ± 11 Ma were obtained from the Nauseri gneiss whereas Jura gneiss yielded 865 ± 5.6 Ma. In contrast, Neelum and Jura granites yielded ages of 736 ± 11 Ma and 459.1 ± 3.5 Ma, respectively. Sr-Nd isotopic composition ((87Sr/86Sr)i = 0.7099 to 0.7303; εNd(t) = -8.1 to −3.6) together with the major and trace element geochemistry indicate that parental magmas of granites and gneisses were derived from the partial melting of upper continental crust during syn-collision tectonic settings. The Sr-Nd isotopes coupled with two-stage model ages further suggest incorporation of Archean and Paleoproterozoic reworked continental material that contained some mafic metapelitic component as well. Tectonically the parental magma of gneisses and granites could be linked with the global-scale orogenic events that operated during the assembly and rifting of the supercontinents of Columbia to Pangaea. Protoliths of Nauseri gneiss was possibly formed during the assemblage of Columbia supercontinent (1.8 Ga). Later, the Pan-African Orogeny provided additional pulse of magmatism that resulted Jura gneiss and Neelum granite. Moreover, the Bhimphedian orogeny in the Indian plate during Ordovician times generated the Jura granite of ca. 460 Ma.

    DOI: 10.1016/j.precamres.2022.106920

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  • Jan M.Q., Agheem M.H., Khan T., Rehman H.U., Markhand A.H. .  Geochemistry and Petrogenesis of the Wadhrai Granite Stock of the Malani Igneous Suite in Nagar Parkar Area, SE Pakistan .  Minerals12 ( 10 )   2022.10International coauthorship International journal

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    The Wadhrai granite stock is a part of the Nagar Parkar Igneous Complex, an extension of the Neoproterozoic Malani Igneous Suite of western Rajasthan. It is occupied by a petrographically uniform granite comprising perthite, plagioclase, quartz, with small quantities of biotite, opaque oxides, titanite, and secondary minerals. The rocks are sparingly porphyritic and contain dykes of microgranite, aplite, and rare pegmatite. In the south-central part, parallel sheets and swarms of mafic dykes, and in the western part very fine-grained felsic sheets intrude the body. The granite is metaluminous to peraluminous and characterized by high silica (73–76 wt%), and alkalis (7–9 wt%), and low CaO (0.15–1.4 wt%), MgO (0.15–0.38 wt%), Th (7–12 ppm), and U (1–2 ppm). On geochemical discriminant diagrams, it classifies mostly as A-type (with rather high Y/Nb (8.6 to 2.4, average 5.2) and low Nb/Ga and Ce (typical of A2-type), but sparingly as I-type. Chondrite-normalized patterns show enrichment in LREE over HREE, and small negative Eu anomalies, whereas mantle-normalized spidergrams display higher LILE over HFSE, distinct troughs for Nb, Sr, P, Ti, and spikes for La, Ce, Nd, Sm and Tb. The granite magma was possibly derived from a tonalite-granodiorite-dominated crustal source. Based on the above-mentioned geochemical evidence, it is interpreted that the source rocks of the magma of the Wadhrai granite likely developed initially in a continental margin subduction setting and underwent partial melting in a continental extensional environment.

    DOI: 10.3390/min12101240

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  • Masood N., Zafar T., Hudson-Edwards K.A., Rehman H.U., Farooqi A. .  Trace element geochemistry and stable isotopic (δ<sup>13</sup>C and δ<sup>15</sup>N) records of the Paleocene coals, Salt Range, Punjab, Pakistan .  International Journal of Mining Science and Technology32 ( 3 ) 551 - 561   2022.5International coauthorship International journal

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    The Paleocene coals of the Salt Range in the Punjab Province of Pakistan have great economic potential; however, their trace element and stable isotopic characteristics have not been studied in detail except for a few sporadic samples. In this study, a total of 59 coal samples of which 14 are obtained from open cast mines have been investigated for elemental composition and δ13C-δ15N isotopic signatures. Average contents of trace elements such as Co, Cr, Cu, Pb, Sr, Th, U, V, and Zn are 7.4, 41.7, 11.2, 12.5, 90.2, 4.0, 1.9, 128, and 31.1 mg/kg, respectively. These values, when compared with the World Coal Clarke values, were relatively higher in low-rank coals in comparison with Clarke values for brown coals. Likewise, As (20.4 mg/kg), Co (6.6 mg/kg), Cr (22.4 mg/kg), Cu (13.3 mg/kg), Pb (19.2 mg/kg), Sr (154.7 mg/kg), Th (2.5 mg/kg), V (47.8 mg/kg), and Zn (75.1 mg/kg) were significantly higher in the sub-bituminous to bituminous coals of the Salt Range. Mineralogical analysis, based on X-ray diffraction and energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy, revealed that the studied samples contain illite, kaolinite calcite, gypsum, pyrite, and quartz. Elemental affinity with organic and inorganic phases of coals calculated by an indirect statistical approach indicated a positive association of ash content with Ag, Al, Co, Cr, Cs, Cu, Mn, P, Rb, Pb, Th, U, and V, suggesting the presence of inorganic components in studied coals. However, As, Fe, Sr, and Zn exhibit negative correlations that imply their association with the organic fraction. The δ13C and δ15N isotopic range and average −24.94‰ to −25.86‰ (−25.41‰) and −2.77‰ to 3.22‰ (0.96‰), respectively, reflecting 3C type modern terrestrial vegetation were common in the palaeomires of studied coal seams. In addition, the trivial variations of 0.92‰ and 0.45‰ among 13C and 15N values can be attributed to water level fluctuations and plant assemblies.

    DOI: 10.1016/j.ijmst.2022.03.007

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  • Zafar T., Rehman H.U., Lutfi W., Ullah Z., Nouri F., Sepidbar F., Oyebamiji A., Leng C., Farhan M., Rehman S.U. .  Petrogenetic, geochemical, and geochronological constraints on magmatic evolution of the Chilas Complex gabbros, Kohistan arc, NW Himalaya .  Geological Journal   2022International coauthorship International journal

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    The Kohistan Arc preserves an exquisite and ideal petrogenetic record for studying mafic magmatism in an arc environment. Here we report the geochronological, mineralogical, and geochemical data of the gabbros from the Chilas Complex of Kohistan in order to understand their genesis, timing, role in crustal thickening, and tectonic evolution in Neo-Tethys. The mineral composition of orthopyroxene (Opx) in gabbros displays transitional to metamorphic behaviour with high amount of Al2O3 (0.59–2.66 wt.%), suggesting the influence of subsolidus re-equilibration during cooling or magmatic crystallization. Thermobarometric constraints propose the crystallization of Chilas gabbros around 892–985°C and ≤1.5 GPa pressure coupled with high H2O content (5.6%–7.7%). Geochemical modelling and isotopic peculiarities such as (87Sr/86Sr)i (0.000018–0.704140) and 206Pb/204Pb (18.526–18.554) suggest that the source of gabbros was depleted, likely controlled by peridotite melts and experienced insignificant crustal contamination. Relatively lower ratios of Nb/Yb (0.89–3.32) and TiO2/Yb (0.14–0.79) imply that the garnet was not a residual phase during the partial melting of a mantle source. The Chilas gabbros with depletion in Nb and Ta, enrichment in light rare earth element (LREE)s, the lower Ce/Pb ratios, plot of Th/La versus Th, and negative anomalies of Eu provide a consistent clue regarding the negligible participation of recycled components. Zircon U–Pb concordant ages of 83–86 Ma indicate the timing of emplacement and a Cretaceous magmatic event in the Chilas Complex. We infer that the Cretaceous magmatic flare-up is a significant crustal growth event of Kohistan and consider the underplating of mantle-derived magmas as one of the primary reasons for the crustal thickening based on zircon Hf isotopic signatures. The average chemical composition of Kohistan Complex provides support for the generation of andesitic magmas in arcs and the “andesite model” of continental crustal growth. We propose the similar petrogenesis for the Nidar, Kargil, and Chilas gabbros linking the formation of these variants within Neo-Tethys based on identical magmatic records.

    DOI: 10.1002/gj.4665

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  • Khan A., Faisal S., Larson K.P., Robinson D.M., Ullah Z., Li H., Rehman H.u. .  New geochronological and geochemical constraints on petrogenesis and tectonic setting of the Loe-Shilman carbonatite complex, Northwest Pakistan .  Lithos404-405   2021.12International coauthorship International journal

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    The Loe-Shilman carbonatite complex in northwest Pakistan comprises carbonatite and ultrapotassic silicate rocks. The age and environment of emplacement of these rocks have long been controversial, and therefore, impeded our understanding on the regional tectonic setting. New whole-rock geochemistry, Sr-Nd isotopic and zircon petrochronological data provide age and petrogenetic information on the carbonatite and ultrapotassic silicate rocks of the Loe-Shilman complex. Zircon U/Pb data yield 206Pb/238U weighted mean ages of 90.6 ± 1.0 Ma (n = 33) for the carbonatite and 89.3 ± 1.0 Ma (n = 30) for the ultrapotassic rocks, which indicates that the two lithologies were emplaced simultaneously during a single tectonic/thermal event. The Nd isotope data of the ultrapotassic rocks is homogenous (εNd(i) = −2.5 to −2.9) and overlap εNd(i) of the carbonatite (−2.6 to −2.8), indicating derivation from a common, enriched mantle source. Despite this temporal overlap, whole-rock geochemical data, however, indicates that generation of both rock types by fractional crystallization or liquid immiscibility is unlikely and that the carbonatite and ultrapotassic rocks are actually products of two independent melts generated by partial melting of an enriched sub-continental lithospheric mantle (SCLM) source at the same time. Trace element data further indicate that the ultrapotassic rocks are products of fractional crystallization of a melt produced by a low degree partial melting of an enriched mantle source, within the garnet stability field. Moreover, the ultrapotassic rocks and carbonatites show association with anorogenic and within-plate plume type tectonic settings, coeval with juxtaposition of the northwestern margin of the Indian plate over the Réunion hotspot mantle-plume during Late Cretaceous time.

    DOI: 10.1016/j.lithos.2021.106497

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  • Zafar T., Leng C.B., Mahar M.A., Rehman H.U., Zhang X.C., Chen W.T., Alam M., Rehman S.U. .  Reply to the comment on Zafar et al., 2020: “Petrogenesis, platinum-group element geochemistry and geodynamic evolution of Cretaceous Chilas gabbros, Kohistan island arc, NE Pakistan” by Hussain et al., 2021 .  Lithos398-399   2021.10International coauthorship International journal

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    DOI: 10.1016/j.lithos.2021.106298

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  • Hafiz Ur Rehman, Hiroshi Yamamoto, Tayyaba Mateen, Kazuaki Okamoto, Tzen-Fu Yui, Masaru Terabayashi, Kazuaki Nanamura .  Oxygen isotope data of quartz from San-yo and Ryoke belt granites, schists, and siliceous veins: constraining the effects of 18O-rich fluids on granitic magma .  Episodes45 ( 2 ) 147 - 159   2021.7International coauthorship International journal

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    Oxygen isotope data (δ18O) of quartz are reported for the San-yo and Ryoke belt granites, metamorphic rocks, and late-stage siliceous veins. The analyzed quartz showed δ18O values of 9.7-12.9‰ (relative to VSMOW) in granites, 15.1-17.3‰ in biotite schist, 16.4-17.8‰ in siliceous schist. The δ18O values of quartz in foliation-parallel and -normal veins are 16.6‰ and 17.3‰, respectively. The δ18O values of quartz in the granite samples are relatively higher than those crystallized from I-type granite magma (ca. 5–8‰) and similar with values of S-type granite magma (ca. 9–12‰). These features suggest partial melting of the chemically modified crust with sedimentary precursors to form the parental magma of granites. Hafnium isotope data of zircons from those granites, reported in an earlier publication, exhibited by εHf (t) values between +1.1 and -4.8, provide additional evidence for the formation of the granites from a continental crust with some incorporation of hydrothermally altered reworked crust before partial melting. The relatively higher δ18O values (> 15‰) of quartz in siliceous veins indicate their precipitation from silica- and 18O-rich fluids that were extracted from the slab-dehydration process during late-stages of their evolution.

    DOI: 10.18814/epiiugs/2021/021012

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  • Naeem M., Zafar T., Chaudhry M.N., Burg J.P., Ahmad N., Rehman H.U. .  Mineralogy and geochemistry of calc-alkaline magmatic rocks from the Mansehra Granitic Complex, NW Himalaya, Pakistan: insights into petrogenesis and tectonic setting .  Arabian Journal of Geosciences14 ( 13 )   2021.7International coauthorship International journal

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    The Mansehra Granitic Complex (MGC) is mainly comprised of Mansehra Granite, Hakale Granite, pegmatitic, microgranitic, and leucogranitic bodies in the northwest Lesser Himalaya of Pakistan. The Mansehra Granite is generally massive but occasionally gneissic due to local shearing manifested by solid-state deformation. Geochemical classification diagrams placed these plutonic rocks in calc-alkaline, peraluminous granite fields. The zircon saturation temperatures of the Mansehra Granite, Hakale Granite, and Leucogranite are 749–852, 709–779, and 749–754 °C, respectively. The temperature range (709–852 °C) of the MGC rocks is comparable with crystallization temperatures (670–817 °C) of the peraluminous S-type Lesser Himalayan Indian granites. Rb/Sr and Sr/Ba ratios suggest that the granitic melt of Mansehra Granite was derived through biotite dehydration-melting of the protolith Tanawal Formation at > 5 kbr pressure and > 700 °C temperature, whereas the Hakale Granite magma was generated at a relatively shallower depth and lower temperatures by muscovite fluid-absent anatexis of the source rock. The occurrence of andalusite in the contact aureole of Mansehra Granite, presence of perthitic microcline along with negative Nb, Sr, and Ti anomalies in spider diagram and higher Rb/Sr ratios reveal upper crustal signatures and low-pressure shallow emplacement (< 15 km) of the MGC magmatic bodies. The occurrence of psammitic restites, migmatites, and geochemical characteristics suggests the S-type trait of these plutonic rocks. The leucogranitic bodies most likely are the products of Na2O-rich residual melt and boron-rich fluids of the MGC magma. Harker’s variation diagrams indicate that the MG, HG, and LG display significant to poor relationships which suggest imperfect mixing of the non-homogenous protolith during partial crustal melting. However, scattering in some of the plots reflects the heterogeneity of the protolith and irregular distribution of minerals in the granitic melt of the MGC. Owing to affiliation with the continental-continental, syn-collisional geotectonic field, petrogenesis of the MGC rocks can be attributed to an Andean-type Cambro-Ordovician episode along the northern margin of east Gondwana.

    DOI: 10.1007/s12517-021-07548-8

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  • Rehman H.U., Khan T., Lee H.Y., Chung S.L., Jan M.Q., Zafar T., Murata M. .  Petrogenetic source and tectonic evolution of the Neoproterozoic Nagar Parkar Igneous Complex granitoids: Evidence from zircon Hf isotope and trace element geochemistry .  Precambrian Research354   2021.3International coauthorship International journal

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    We investigated zircons from the Nagar Parkar Igneous Complex (NPIC) Gray and Pink granites for hafnium isotope and trace elements geochemistry to elucidate their petrogenetic source and tectonic setting. The studied zircons are characterized by oscillatory zoning, contain micro-inclusions of apatite, monazite, xenotime, and plagioclase. Rare-earth elements of the Neoproterozoic (ca. 750 Ma) zircons are characterized by a positive slope from La to Lu, exhibit distinct positive Ce- and negative Eu-anomalies that suggest their crystallization in magma that was fractionating plagioclase. The relatively smaller but variable Ce/Ce*N ratios (2–62), smaller Eu/Eu*N (0.01 to 0.45), and comparatively higher Th/U ratios (>0.30, reaching up to 3.20) affirm their derivation mainly from the continental crustal type magmas. The εHf(t) values of zircons in Gray and Pink granites range from +5.7 to +14.4 and +1.9 to +10.7, respectively, indicate their derivation from a juvenile crust and the absence of negative εHf(t) values point towards non-involvement of the older or reworked material during the crustal growth. The TDM model ages, calculated from the Hf isotope values of zircons, spread between 1119 and 736 Ma for Gray and 1013 and 900 Ma in Pink granites, further opine their derivation from a comparatively young and juvenile crust. Crystallization temperatures, estimated from the titanium content in zircon and zircon-saturation in whole-rock, range from 631 to 905 °C and 784 to 918 °C, respectively, show consistent results for the crystallization conditions of most granitic melts. Whole-rock major and trace element data, combined with zircon Hf isotope and trace elements geochemistry suggest within-plate A-type granitic magma that likely generated in a rift-related tectonic setting that persisted along the western margin of Rodinia during the Neoproterozoic era.

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  • Yue Liao, Chunjing Wei, Hafiz Ur Rehman .  Titanium in calcium amphibole: Behavior and thermometry .  American Mineralogist106 ( 2 ) 180 - 191   2021.2International coauthorship International journal

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    <jats:p>Thermometry of high-grade metamorphic rocks is difficult due to fast cationic diffusion during slow cooling, but the titanium content of calcium amphibole (Ti-Amp) can retrieve amphibole-forming temperature as high as ~1000 °C. Based on pseudosection modeling and past research survey, we find that Ti-Amp is controlled by temperature under the conditions of oxygen fugacity &lt;2 log units above the Ni-NiO oxygen buffer (ΔNNO+2), in subalkaline systems, and with the presence of Ti-phases (rutile, ilmenite, or titanite). We apply available experimental data to calibrate a new Ti-Amp thermometer for such conditions:</jats:p>
    <jats:p>T ( C ° ) = 2400 1.52 − log ⁡ Ti Amp − 273</jats:p>
    <jats:p>where T is temperature and log TiAmp is the Ti content of amphibole in atom per formula unit (apfu) expressed in the logarithm to base 10. The standard error of the calibration experiments is ±35 °C. This thermometer can be applied only if the aforementioned conditions are fulfilled. Besides, caution should be taken when applying the thermometer to rocks under subsolidus water-unsaturated conditions, which can be observed as non-equilibrium textures or low bulk-rock water content (&lt;1–1.5 wt%). The results of this thermometer may be underestimated if applied to rocks that are equilibrated above 850 °C and contain rutile and a significant amount of water (&gt;3.5–4 wt%).</jats:p>
    <jats:p>The new thermometer can be successfully applied to amphibole-bearing natural igneous and meta-morphic rocks. In addition, we propose the Si vs. Ti in amphibole diagram that roughly demarcates the boundaries among the high amphibolite, high-temperature granulite, and ultrahigh-temperature granulite facies. Although pseudosection modeling provides details of the P-T evolution of studied rocks, the Ti-Amp thermometer is quick and easy to apply. However, further research is needed to improve our knowledge of the behavior and stability of amphibole and to improve the accuracy of both pseudosection modeling and conventional thermometry.</jats:p>

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  • Nakabayashi Marimo, U. Rehman Hafiz .  Zircon U-Pb ages and petrographic properties of the Middle Miocene Granitic rocks in Koshikijima, Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan .  Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of Japan2021 ( 0 ) 065   2021Zircon U-Pb ages and petrographic properties of the Middle Miocene Granitic rocks in Koshikijima, Kagoshima Prefecture, JapanInternational coauthorship International journal

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  • U. REHMAN HAFIZ, Hiroshi YAMAMOTO .  Magma source of San-yo and Ryoke belt granites and fluid-rock interaction of silicoeus veins and Ryoke metamorphic belt schists .  Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of Japan2021 ( 0 ) 064   2021Magma source of San-yo and Ryoke belt granites and fluid-rock interaction of silicoeus veins and Ryoke metamorphic belt schistsInternational coauthorship International journal

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  • 礼満 ハフィーズ .  Siliceous protrusions in the Sagata Cave, Akune city, Kagoshima Prefecture .  Reports of the Faculty of Science, Kagoshima University53   25 - 31   2020Siliceous protrusions in the Sagata Cave, Akune city, Kagoshima PrefectureInternational journal

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  • NAKAZAWA Chihiro, REHMAN Hafiz Ur, YAMAMOTO Hiroshi, ZAFAR Tehseen .  Zirconium in rutile thermometry from garnet granulites of the Jijal complex of Kohistan arc, NW Himalaya .  Journal of Mineralogical and Petrological Sciences115 ( 2 ) 152 - 161   2020International coauthorship International journal

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    <p>Zirconium in rutile thermometry data from the garnet granulites of the Jijal Complex of Kohistan arc, NW Himalaya are presented in this study. The garnet granulites are composed of garnet, clinopyroxene, plagioclase, quartz, symplectic augite/amphibole, rutile, ilmenite, zircon, and magnetite. Rutile grains range in size from 50 to 350 µm, occur as inclusion in garnet, clinopyroxene, and in plagioclase as well as along the grain boundaries. In total 19 rutile grains were analyzed for Zr contents using an X–ray Analytical Microscope (XGT–5000) by HORIBA. The Zr contents among the analyzed grains ranged between 450 and 920 ppm, where the analyzed spots with lower Zr contents (containing SiO<sub>2</sub> or Fe<sub>2</sub>O<sub>3</sub>), indicating some influence of host silicate or ilmenite, were removed from results. At the individual grain scale, most of the rutile grains exhibited homogeneous chemical compositions, regardless of their textural affinity. Temperature values, based on zirconium in rutile thermometry, ranged between 792 and 849 °C for rutile enclosed in garnet, 771 and 851 °C for rutile in clinopyroxene, and 784 and 862 °C for rutile in plagioclase whereas matrix rutile grains showed <i>T</i> values between 820 and 847 °C. Using the pressure–dependent zirconium in rutile thermometry, the <i>T</i> values were slightly lower (±50 to 100 °C). The maximum temperature values were consistent with the temperature data obtained from the conventional thermobarometry results (<i>P</i>; 1.2 ± 0.2 GPa and <i>T</i>; 818 ± 80 °C) whereas the lower values, likely, reflect chemical resetting of the analyzed grains during later stages of retrogression.</p>

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  • HAFIZUR REHMAN .  Zirconium in rutile thermometry results of the Himalayan Ultrahigh-pressure metamorphic rocks .  Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of Japan2019 ( 0 ) 118   2019Zirconium in rutile thermometry results of the Himalayan Ultrahigh-pressure metamorphic rocksInternational coauthorship International journal

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  • REHMAN Hafiz Ur, LEE Hao Yang, Chung Sun Lin, IIZUKA Yoshiyuki, YAMAMOTO Hiroshi .  Zr-in Rutile and Ti-in-Zircon thermometry: application to the UHP eclogites .  Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of Japan2017 ( 0 ) 120   2017Zr-in Rutile and Ti-in-Zircon thermometry: application to the UHP eclogitesInternational coauthorship International journal

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    <b> [Program canceled for typhoon]</b> Program canceled for typhoon. However, This abstract is quotable and viewable on PDF.

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  • REHMAN Hafiz Ur .  Varieties of the Himalayan eclogites: a review .  Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of Japan2016 ( 0 ) 141   2016Varieties of the Himalayan eclogites: a reviewInternational coauthorship International journal

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  • Hafiz Ur Rehman, Tatsuki Tsujimori, Kazuaki Okamoto, Dirk Spengler .  Petrogenesis and chemogenesis of oceanic and continental orogens in Asia: Current topics, Part I .  Island Arc23 ( 4 ) 251 - 253   2014.12International coauthorship International journal

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  • Rehman Hafiz Ur .  Himalayan UHP eclogites: constraints for the India-Asia collision .  Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of Japan2014 ( 0 ) 374   2014Himalayan UHP eclogites: constraints for the India-Asia collisionInternational coauthorship International journal

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  • Yamamoto Hiroshi, Mateen Tayyaba, Ur Rehman Hafiz .  Quartz c-axis orientations of the silicified rock from the Kasuga gold deposit in the southern Satsuma Peninsula, Southwest Japan .  Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of Japan2014 ( 0 ) 413   2014Quartz c-axis orientations of the silicified rock from the Kasuga gold deposit in the southern Satsuma Peninsula, Southwest JapanInternational coauthorship International journal

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  • Mateen Tayyaba, Yamamoto Hiroshi, Rehman Hafiz .  Ductility contrast in pelitic schist: microtectonic evidence for seismic bright spots .  Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of Japan2014 ( 0 ) 025   2014Ductility contrast in pelitic schist: microtectonic evidence for seismic bright spotsInternational coauthorship International journal

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  • Hafiz Ur Rehman, Hiroshi Yamamoto, Keijiro Shin .  Metamorphic P-T evolution of high-pressure eclogites from garnet growth and reaction textures: Insights from the Kaghan Valley transect, northern Pakistan .  Island Arc22 ( 1 ) 4 - 24   2013.1International coauthorship International journal

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  • MATEEN Tayyaba, REHMAN Hafiz Ur, YAMAMOTO Hiroshi .  EBSD study of Quartz <i><b>c</b></i>-axis orientations in the silicified host rocks of the Kasuga gold deposit, Southwest Japan .  Journal of Mineralogical and Petrological Sciences108 ( 5 ) 278 - 287   2013EBSD study of Quartz <i><b>c</b></i>-axis orientations in the silicified host rocks of the Kasuga gold deposit, Southwest JapanInternational coauthorship International journal

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    The Kasuga High Sulfidation gold deposit is hosted in the silicified Late Miocene andesite of Nansatsu Volcanic Rocks in the southern part of the Satsuma Peninsula, Southwest Japan. Optical microscopic observations and X-ray fluorescence spectrometry (Horiba XGT-5000) analysis of two silicified andesite samples from the Kasuga ore body revealed that the rocks underwent different degrees of hydrothermal alteration and no tectonic deformation afterward. Crystallographic orientations of quartz composing the silicified andesite samples studied using Electron Backscatter Diffraction, EBSD (EDAX GE-1, TSL-OIM) displayed different trends in the <i><b>c</b></i>-axis orientations between the samples. The <i><b>c</b></i>-axes of quartz grains are mainly oriented sub-horizontal or plunging at low angles in the less-silicified andesite. The highly silicified sample has larger quartz grains with <i><b>c</b></i>-axes plunging at high angles. The difference in <i><b>c</b></i>-axis orientations is provably related to the silicification processes in the earlier and later stages of hydrothermal alteration. The results of this study suggest that quartz <i><b>c</b></i>-axis orientations of rocks deformed under low strain regimes are potentially inherited from initial undeformed state, for example crystallization from hydrothermal solutions.

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  • REHMAN Hafiz Ur .  Sm-Nd and Lu-Hf isotope geochemistry of the Himalayan high- and ultrahigh-pressure eclogites .    2012   242   2012.9Sm-Nd and Lu-Hf isotope geochemistry of the Himalayan high- and ultrahigh-pressure eclogitesInternational coauthorship International journal

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  • REHMAN HafizUr, Yamamoto Hiroshi, Shin Keijiro .  Metamorphic P-T evolution of high-pressure eclogites from garnet growth and reaction textures: insights from the Kaghan Valley transect, northern Pakistan .  Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of Japan2012 ( 0 ) 112   2012Metamorphic P-T evolution of high-pressure eclogites from garnet growth and reaction textures: insights from the Kaghan Valley transect, northern PakistanInternational coauthorship International journal

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  • Yamamoto Hiroshi, Shimotsugi Keita, Doi Shinsuke, Ur Rehman Hafiz .  The subhorizontal boundary between serpentinite bodies and sedimentary layers in the Shimanto Belt, Yaseo area of Satsuma Peninsula, southern Kyushu, Japan .  The Journal of the Geological Society of Japan117 ( 8 ) 468 - 471   2011.8International coauthorship International journal

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    In this study, we revisited a serpentinite occurrence in the Shimanto Belt. Serpentinite is sporadically distributed along a distance of 1400 m in a north—south-striking zone, across a width of about 250 m, at Yaseo on the Satsuma Peninsula. We mapped isolated blocks, debris deposits, and massive bodies of serpentinite. Two significant serpentinite bodies are exposed over areas measuring approximately 100×50 m and 200×70 m. These bodies overlie west-dipping sandstone and mudstones layers; the boundary between serpentinite and sedimentary layers is subhorizontal. Brittle shear planes near the structural base of serpentinite indicate top-to-the-east displacement. The serpentinite bodies are interpreted as klippes that were structurally emplaced onto the sedimentary sequence of the Shimanto Belt.

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  • Yamamoto Hiroshi, Hafiz Ur Rehman, Kaneko Yoshiyuki .  Tectonic stacking of metamorphosed back-arc sequence in the Thelichi section of the Kohistan arc, northern Pakistan .  Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of Japan2009 ( 0 ) 288 - 288   2009Tectonic stacking of metamorphosed back-arc sequence in the Thelichi section of the Kohistan arc, northern PakistanInternational coauthorship International journal

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  • REHMAN Hafiz Ur .  Isotope geochemistry of the UHP eclogites of Pakistan Himalaya: origin and metamorphic evolution searching through ion probe .  Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of Japan2008 ( 0 ) 49 - 49   2008Isotope geochemistry of the UHP eclogites of Pakistan Himalaya: origin and metamorphic evolution searching through ion probeInternational coauthorship International journal

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  • REHMAN Hafiz Ur, YAMAMOTO Hiroshi, KHALIL M. Ayub Khan, NAKAMURA Eizo, ZAFAR Muhammad, KHAN Tahseenullah .  Metamorphic history and tectonic evolution of the Himalayan UHP eclogites in Kaghan valley, Pakistan .  Journal of Mineralogical and Petrological Sciences103 ( 4 ) 242 - 254   2008Metamorphic history and tectonic evolution of the Himalayan UHP eclogites in Kaghan valley, PakistanInternational coauthorship International journal

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    Eclogites of the Kaghan valley, Pakistan Himalaya were investigated petrographically and geochemically. Based on petrography, geochemistry and mineral compositions, metamorphic history and a reasonable tectonic model are proposed. Eclogites exposed in the Kaghan valley are classified into two groups. Group I eclogites appear as massive and Group II are lens-type. Group I eclogites have a mineral assemblage of garnet, omphacitic clinopyroxene, quartz, symplectite with rare epidote and phengite. Accessory minerals include abundant zircon, rutile, ilmenite, and rare apatite. Group II eclogites have a mineral assemblage of garnet, omphacitic clinopyroxene, phengite, quartz/coesite, epidote, and symplectite. In accessory minerals rutile and ilmenite are common while zircon and apatite are rare. Different types of protolith are proposed for these eclogites. Group I eclogites have higher FeO and TiO<sub>2</sub> contents and trace element contents, and seem to be derived from gabbroic protolith. Group II eclogites have lower FeO and TiO<sub>2</sub> and trace element contents and were derived from basalts. Pressure-temperature-time path was constructed for the Kaghan valley eclogites using various mineral assemblages along with textural relationship and inclusions study. At least three distinct metamorphic stages were identified. The first stage is the prograde garnet growth stage deduced from the inclusion paragenesis in garnet core. The second stage records the ultrahigh-pressure metamorphic stage deduced from the presence of coesite inclusions in omphacitic clinopyroxene. The third stage is the decompression stage and is deduced from the quartz-albite-amphibole symplectite portions. These petrological and geochemical results combined with isotopic ages reported elsewhere indicate that basalts and associated gabbroic dikes were emplaced at about 267 Ma when the Indian plate was moving northward and passing above an unknown hot spot. The closure of the Tethys and initiation of collision of the Indian plate with the Kohistan-Ladakh Island Arc is reported from 65-50 Ma. After that the leading-edge of the Indian plate underwent eclogite facies metamorphism at 49 Ma and when it reached to depths of about 100 km, the ultrahigh-pressure metamorphic event took place at 46 Ma.

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  • Yamamoto Hiroshi, Nakamori Natsumi, Ishikawa Masahiro, Terabayashi Masaru, Kaneko Yoshiyuki, Rehman Hafiz Ur .  Tectonics of the Horoman area in the southern part of Hidaka collision belt, Hokkaido, Japan. .  Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of Japan2007 ( 0 ) 273 - 273   2007Tectonics of the Horoman area in the southern part of Hidaka collision belt, Hokkaido, Japan.International coauthorship International journal

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  • Mubasir Ali, Kui-Dong Zhao, Chao Wang, Hafiz U. Rehman, Amjad Hussain, Munazzam Ali Mahar, Muhammad Farhan, Wasiq Lutfi, .  Geochemical and isotopic constraints on the origin and evolution of the Matum-Das tonalite and mafic enclaves from the Kohistan Batholith, Northern Pakistan .  Lithos470-471   107535, - 107535,   2024.4Reviewed International coauthorship

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  • Amjad Hussain, Kui-Dong Zhao, Hafiz U. Rehman, Izhar Sadiq, Qian Li, Sher Sultan Baig, Syed Asim Hussain, Inayat Ullah .  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.lithos.2024.107535 .  Journal of Asian Earth Sciences264   106053 - 106053   2024.4Reviewed

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  • Zhuang Li, Hafiz Ur Rehman .  Editorial: Tracing magmatic system evolution with geochemical, geophysical, and numerical modeling perspectives .  Frontiers in Earth Science11   1 - 3   2023.7Reviewed International coauthorship

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  • 鐘ヶ江賢二・礼満ハフィーズ・古澤 明 .  原田 2・3 号地下式横穴墓出土石材の検討 .  志布志市埋蔵文化財発掘調査報告書(15)2   62 - 67   2022.3原田 2・3 号地下式横穴墓出土石材の検討

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  • J. Gregory Shellnutt, Hafiz U. Rehman, M.P. Manu Prasanth .  Insight into crustal contamination and hydrothermal alteration of the Panjal Traps (Kashmir) from O-isotopes .  International Geology Review 64   1565 - 1573   2022Reviewed International coauthorship

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  • Sher Sultan Baig., Chuandong D. Xue., M. Qasim Jan., Hafiz U. Rehman .  Late Jurassic adakite˗like granodiorite along the southern Karakoram block, NE Pakistan: New evidence for subduction initiation of the Neo-Tethys Ocean .  Lithos406-407   2021.12Reviewed International coauthorship

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  • REHMAN Hafiz U., NAKABAYASHI Marimo., YAMASHITA Daisuke .  Geochronology and petrographical features of Koshikishima granites, Satsuma Sendai, Kagoshima prefecture .  Journal of Association of Earth Sciences of Kagoshima117   1 - 7   2021.9Geochronology and petrographical features of Koshikishima granites, Satsuma Sendai, Kagoshima prefectureInvited Reviewed

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  • REHMAN Hafiz U., OKI Kimihiko, TAKAHASHI Tomoya .  Siliceous protrusions in the Sagata Cave, Akune city, Kagoshima Prefecture .  Reports of the Faculty of Science, Kagoshima University53   25 - 31   2020.12

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  • Petrogenesis, platinum-group element geochemistry and geodynamic evolution of the Cretaceous Chilas gabbros, Kohistan island arc, NE Pakistan .    372-373   xx - xxx   2020.11Reviewed

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  • Aroosa Malik, Ambreen Parvaiz, Nisbah Mushtaq, Ishtiaque Hussain, Tariq Javed, Hafiz U. Rehman, Abida Farooqi .  Characterization and role of derived dissolved organic matter on arsenic mobilization in alluvial aquifers of Punjab, Pakistan .  Chemosphere251 ( 126374 )   2020.7Reviewed International coauthorship

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  • Muhammad Saleem Mughal, Chengjun Zhang, Amjad Hussain, Hafiz U. Rehman, Dingding Du, Mirza Shahid Baig, Muhammad Basharat, Jingya Zhang, Qi Zheng, Syed Asim Hussain .  Petrogenesis and Geochronology of Tianshui Granites from Western Qinling Orogen, Central China: Implications for Caledonian and Indosinian Orogenies on the Asian Plate .  Minerals10 ( 6 (515) ) 1 - 30   2020.6Reviewed

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  • Tehseen Zafar, Hafiz U. Rehman, Munazzam Ali Mahar, Masroor Alam, Abiola Oyebamiji, Saif Ur Rehman, Cheng-Biao Leng .  A critical review on petrogenetic, metallogenic and geodynamic implications of granitic rocks exposed in north and east China: New insights from apatite geochemistry .  Journal of Geodynamics136 ( 101723 ) xx - xxx   2020.5Reviewed

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  • Hafiz U. Rehman, Tatsuki Tsujimori, Chin-Ho Tsai, Sun-Lin Chung .  Editorial of the special issue “Subduction and continental collision processes: Petrologic, geochemical and structural perspectives” .  Lithos360-361   105430   2020.5Reviewed

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  • Chihiro NAKAZAWA, Hafiz U. REHMAN, Hiroshi YAMAMOTO, Tehseen ZAFAR .  Zirconium in rutile thermometry from garnet granulites of the Jijal complex of Kohistan arc, NW Himalaya .  Journal of Mineralogical and Petrological Sciencex ( xx ) xxx - xxxx   2020.3Invited Reviewed

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    DOI: https://doi.org/10.2465/jmps.191226

  • Yujin Kitamura, Hafiz U. Rehman .  COLUMN 環礁の成り立ち in 「ミクロネシア学ことはじめ 絶海の孤島ピンゲラップ島編」 .  「ミクロネシア学ことはじめ 絶海の孤島ピンゲラップ島編」   2020.1COLUMN 環礁の成り立ち in 「ミクロネシア学ことはじめ 絶海の孤島ピンゲラップ島編」Invited

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  • Tayyaba Mateen, Kazuaki Okamoto, Sun-Lin Chung, Kuo-Lung Wang, Hao-Yang Lee, Shuhei Abe, Yuji Mita, Hafiz U. Rehman, Masaru Terabayashi, Hiroshi Yamamoto .  LA-ICP-MS zircon U-Pb age and Hf isotope data from the granitic rocks in the Iwakuni area, Southwest Japan: reevaluation of emplacement order and the source magma .  Geosciences Journal23 ( 6 ) 917 - 931   2019.12Reviewed

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    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s12303-019-0003-1

  • Marimo Nakabayashi, Hafiz U. Rehman .  Crystallization temperatures and petrogenetic source of the Neoproterozoic Nagar Parkar granites : deduced from zircon crystal shapes .  Reports of the Faculty of Science, Kagoshima University52   32 - 49   2019.12

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  • Tehseen Zafar, Munazzam Ali Mahar, Hafiz U. Rehman, Muhammad Riaz, Khalid Latif, Abiola Oyebamiji, and Mustansar Naeem .  Geochemical and petrological characteristics of xenoliths in Mansehra Granite, NW Himalaya, Pakistan: implications for petrogenesis and tectonic settings .  Episodes42 ( 4 ) 263 - 285   2019.12Reviewed

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  • Marimo Nakabayashi, Hafiz U. Rehman .  Crystallization temperatures and petrogenetic source of the Shibi-san granodiorite of Kagoshima prefecture .  Reports of the Faculty of Science, Kagoshima University52   23 - 31   2019.12

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  • Hafiz U. Rehman, Yoshiyuki Iizuka, Hao-Yang Lee, Sun-Lin Chung, Zhanzhan Duan, Chunjing Wei, Tahseenullah Khan, Tehseen Zafar, Hiroshi Yamamoto .  Zirconium in rutile thermometry of the Himalayan ultrahigh-pressure eclogites and their retrogressed counterparts, Kaghan Valley, Pakistan .  Lithos344-345   86 - 99   2019.11Reviewed

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  • High levels of fluoride contamination in groundwater of the semi-arid alluvial aquifers, Pakistan: evaluating the recharge sources and geochemical identification via stable isotopes and other major elemental data .    26   35728 - 35741   2019.11Reviewed

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  • Hafiz U. Rehman, Tahseenullah Khan, Hao-Yang Lee, Sun-Lin Chung, Mamoru Murata, M. Qasim Jan .  Permian felsic magmatism in the Neoproterozoic Nagar Parkar Igneous Complex of the Malani Igneous Suite: Evidence from zircon U–Pb age .  Island Arcx   xx - xxx   2019.7Reviewed

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    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/iar.12323

  • Tehseen Zafar, Cheng-Biao Leng, Xing-Chun Zhang, Hafiz Ur Rehman .  Geochemical attributes of magmatic apatite in the Kukaazi granite from western Kunlun orogenic belt, NW China: Implications for granite petrogenesis and Pb-Zn (-Cu-W) mineralization .  Journal of Geochemical Exploration204   256 - 269   2019.6Reviewed

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  • Khan T., Ahmad A., Hafiz U. Rehman, Chaudhry M.N., Murata M., Zafar M. .  Rb-Sr and Oxygen Isotope Study of the Swat Granite Gneisses (Pakistan): Implications for the Magmatic Source and Tectonic Setup .  Petrogenesis and Exploration of the Earth’s Interior. CAJG 2018. Advances in Science, Technology & Innovation (IEREK Interdisciplinary Series for Sustainable Development)   41 - 43   2019.2Reviewed

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    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-01575-6_10

  • Hafiz U. Rehman, Tahseenullah Khan, Hao-Yang Lee, Sun-Lin Chung, Mamoru Murata, M. Qasim Jan .  Permian felsic magmatism in the Neoproterozoic Nagar Parkar Igneous Complex of the Malani Igneous Suite: Evidence from zircon U–Pb age .  Island Arcx ( xx ) xxx - xxx   2019Permian felsic magmatism in the Neoproterozoic Nagar Parkar Igneous Complex of the Malani Igneous Suite: Evidence from zircon U–Pb ageReviewed

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    DOI: 10.1111/IAR.12323

  • Rehman, H.U., Khan, T., Jan, M. Q., Lee, H. Y., Chung, S.L., Murata, M. .  Timing and span of the continental crustal growth in SE Pakistan: Evidence from LA-ICP-MS U–Pb zircon ages from granites of the Nagar Parkar Igneous Complex .  Gondwana Research61   172 - 186   2018.9Reviewed

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    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gr.2018.04.018

  • Rehman, H.U., Kitajima K., Valley, J.W., Chung, S.L., Lee, H.Y., Yamamoto, H., Khan T. .  Low-δ 18 O mantle-derived magma in Panjal traps overprinted by hydrothermal alteration and Himalayan UHP metamorphism: Revealed by SIMS zircon analysis .  Gondwana Research56   12 - 22   2018.4Low-δ 18 O mantle-derived magma in Panjal traps overprinted by hydrothermal alteration and Himalayan UHP metamorphism: Revealed by SIMS zircon analysisReviewed

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    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gr.2017.12.004

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  • Rehman, H.U., Jan, M.Q., Khan, T., Yamamoto, H., Kaneko, Y. .  Varieties of the Himalayan eclogites: a pictorial review on textural and petrological features .  The Island Arc26 ( 5 ) 1 - 14   2017.9Reviewed International coauthorship International journal

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  • Felsic dykes in the Neoproterozoic Nagar Parkar Igneous Complex, SE Sindh, Pakistan: geochemistry and tectonic settings .  Arabian Journal of Geosciences10 ( 14 ) 1 (308) - 11(308)   2017.7Reviewed

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  • Zhanzhan Duan, Chunjing Wei, Hafiz Ur Rehman .  Metamorphic evolution and zircon ages of pelitic granulites in eastern Heebei, North China Craton, insights into the regional Archean P-T-thistory .  Precambrian Research292   240 - 257   2017.5Metamorphic evolution and zircon ages of pelitic granulites in eastern Heebei, North China Craton, insights into the regional Archean P-T-thistoryReviewed

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    DOI: 10.1016/j.precamres.2017.02.008

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  • Rehman, H. U. .  Preliminary report on the geological survey in the State of Kosrae, Federated States of Micronesia .  South Pacific Newsletter28   1 - 5   2017.3Preliminary report on the geological survey in the State of Kosrae, Federated States of Micronesia

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  • Hafiz Ur Rehman, David Mainprice, Fabrice Barou, Hiroshi Yamamoto, Kazuaki Okamoto .  EBSD-measured crystal preferred orientations of eclogites from the Sanbagawa metamorphic belt, central Shikoku, SW Japan .  Journal of European Mineralogy28 ( 6 ) 1155 - 1168   2016.11EBSD-measured crystal preferred orientations of eclogites from the Sanbagawa metamorphic belt, central Shikoku, SW Japan

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  • Rehman, H.U., Lee, H.Y., Chung, S.L., Khan, T., O’Brien, P.J., Yamamoto, H. .  Source and mode of the Permian Panjal Trap magmatism: Evidence from zircon U–Pb and Hf isotopes and trace element data from the Himalayan ultrahigh-pressure rocks .  Lithos260   286 - 299   2016.9Reviewed

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    DOI: 10.1016/j.lithos.2016.06.001

  • Matten, T., Yamamoto, H., Rehman, H. U., Terabayashi, M. .  Ductility contrast induced by silicification in pelitic schist of the Ryoke metamorphic belt, Japan .  Journal of Structural Geology, Elsevier80 ( xx ) 38 - 46   2015.11Reviewed

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    DOI: 10.1016/j.jsg.2015.08.009

  • Khan T., Murata M., Zafar M. & Rehman H. U. .  Origin of the mafic dykes in Nagarparker area of Pakistan .  Arabian Journal of Geosciences, Springer8 ( 8 ) 6095 - 6104   2015.8Origin of the mafic dykes in Nagarparker area of PakistanReviewed

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  • Rehman H. U. .  Environmental Degradation (Dumped Vehicles) in Major Islands of the Federated States of Micronesia .  South Pacific Studies35 ( 2 ) 57 - 66   2015.3Reviewed

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  • Hafiz U. Rehman, Tatsuki Tsujimori, Kazuaki Okamoto, Dirk Spengler .  Petrogenesis and chemogenesis of oceanic and continental orogens in Asia: Current topics .  Island Arc23 ( 4 ) 251 - 253   2014.11Reviewed

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    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/iar.12097

  • Rehman, H. U., Tanaka R., O'Brien, P. J., Kobayashi, K., Tsujimori, T., Nakamura, E., Yamamoto, H., Khan, T. & Kaneko Y. .  Oxygen isotopes in Indian Plate eclogites (Kaghan Valley, Pakistan): negative δ18O values from a high latitude protolith reset by Himalayan metamorphism .  LITHOS, Elsevier208-209   471 - 483   2014.11Oxygen isotopes in Indian Plate eclogites (Kaghan Valley, Pakistan): negative δ18O values from a high latitude protolith reset by Himalayan metamorphismReviewed

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  • Mateen, T., Rehman, H. U., Yamamoto, H. .  EBSD study of Quartz c-axis orientations in the silicified host rocks of the Kasuga gold deposit, Southwest Japan .  Journal of Mineralogical and Petrological Sciences108   278 - 287   2013.9EBSD study of Quartz c-axis orientations in the silicified host rocks of the Kasuga gold deposit, Southwest JapanReviewed

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  • Rehman, H. U., Yamamoto, H., Keijiro, S. .  Metamorphic P-T evolution of high-pressure eclogites from garnet growth and reaction textures: insights from the Kaghan Valley transect, northern Pakistan .  The Island Arc (Wiley-Blackwell)22 ( 1 ) 4 - 24   2013.3Metamorphic P-T evolution of high-pressure eclogites from garnet growth and reaction textures: insights from the Kaghan Valley transect, northern PakistanReviewed

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  • Rehman H. U., Nakaya H. Kawai K. .  Geological origin of the Volcanic Islands of the Caroline Group in the Federated States of Micronesia, Western Pacific .  South Pacific Studies33 ( 2 ) 101 - 118   2013.3Geological origin of the Volcanic Islands of the Caroline Group in the Federated States of Micronesia, Western PacificReviewed

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  • Rehman, H. U., Kobayashi, K., Tsujimori, T., Ota, T., Nakamura, E., Yamamoto, H., Khan, T., Kaneko Y., Hirajima, T., Yoshida, K., Terabayashi, M. .  Ion microprobe U-Th-Pb geochronology and study of micro-inclusions in zircon from the Himalayan high- and ultrahigh-pressure eclogites, Kaghan Valley of Pakistan .  Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, Elsevier63   179 - 196   2013.2Ion microprobe U-Th-Pb geochronology and study of micro-inclusions in zircon from the Himalayan high- and ultrahigh-pressure eclogites, Kaghan Valley of PakistanReviewed

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  • Doi, S., Yamamoto, H., Tominaga, T., Rehman, H. U. .  South-Vergent Imbricate Fan in the Ikenodan Formation of the Shimanto Supergroup, Southern Kyushu, Japan .  The Open Geology Journal, Vol.7, pp.80-88 (2013).7   80 - 88   2013South-Vergent Imbricate Fan in the Ikenodan Formation of the Shimanto Supergroup, Southern Kyushu, JapanReviewed

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  • Khan T., Murata, M., Rehman, H. U., Zafar, M., Ozawa, H. .  Nagarparker granites showing Rodinia remnants in the southeastern part of Pakistan, doi: 10.1016/j.jseaes.2012.05.028 .  Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, Elsevier59   39 - 51   2012.10Nagarparker granites showing Rodinia remnants in the southeastern part of Pakistan, doi: 10.1016/j.jseaes.2012.05.028Reviewed

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  • Rehman H. U., Tsujimori T., Chin-Ho T. .  Minerals, rocks, and mountains: Linking petrology, geochemistry,and geochronology .  Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, Elsevier59   1 - 2   2012.10Minerals, rocks, and mountains: Linking petrology, geochemistry,and geochronology

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  • Rehman, H. U., Kobayashi, K., Tsujimori, T., Ota, T., Nakamura, E., Yamamoto, H., Kaneko Y., Khan, T. .  Sm-Nd and Lu-Hf Isotope Geochemistry of the Himalayan High- and Ultrahigh- Pressure Eclogites, Kaghan Valley, Pakistan .  Geochemistry-Earth’s System Processes   105 - 126   2012.5Reviewed

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  • REHMAN, H. U., SENO, T., YAMAMOTO, H. and KHAN, T. .  Timing of collision of Kohistan-Ladakh arc with India and Asia: Debate .  Island Arc20 ( 3 ) 308 - 328   2011.11Reviewed International coauthorship International journal

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    DOI: 10.1111/j.1440-1738.2011.00774.x

  • Yamamoto, H., Shimotsugi, K., Doi S., Rehman, H. U. .  The subhorizontal boundary between serpentinite bodies and sedimentary layers in the Shimanoto Belt, Yaseo area of Satsuma Peninsula, southern Kyusyu, Japan .  The Journal of the Geological Society of Japan117 ( 8 ) 468 - 471   2011.8The subhorizontal boundary between serpentinite bodies and sedimentary layers in the Shimanoto Belt, Yaseo area of Satsuma Peninsula, southern Kyusyu, JapanReviewed

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  • Khan, T., Murata M., Zafar, M., Rehman, H. U. .  Petrogenetic comparison of the mafic dikes in the Kohistan paleo-island arc, Himalayas of North Pakistan .  Dyke Swarms:Keys for Geodynamic Interpretation ( 24 ) 437 - 455   2011.2Invited Reviewed

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  • Seno, T. and Rehman, H. U. .  When and why the continental crust is subducted: Examples of Hindu Kush and Burma .  Gondwana Research (ELSEVIER)19 ( 1 ) 327 - 333   2011.1When and why the continental crust is subducted: Examples of Hindu Kush and BurmaReviewed

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  • Yamamoto, H., Rehman, H.U., Kaneko, Y., Kausar, A.B. .  Tectonic stacking of back-arc formations in the Thelichi section (Indus valley) of the Kohistan arc, northern Pakistan .  Journal of Asian Earth Sciences (ELSEVIER)40 ( 2 ) 417 - 426   2011.1Tectonic stacking of back-arc formations in the Thelichi section (Indus valley) of the Kohistan arc, northern PakistanReviewed

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  • Yamamoto, H., Nakamori, N., Terabayashi, M., Rehman, H.U., Ishikawa, M., Kaneko, Y. and Matsui, T. .  Subhorizontal tectonic framework of the Horoman peridotite complex and enveloping crustal rocks, south-central Hokkaido, Japan .  The Journal of Island Arc (Wiley Interscience)19 ( 3 ) 458 - 469   2010.9Subhorizontal tectonic framework of the Horoman peridotite complex and enveloping crustal rocks, south-central Hokkaido, JapanReviewed

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  • Rehman, H. U., Khan, T., Ali, F., Kausar, A. B., Latif, M., Sadiq S. .  Geological map of the LUTAR Quadrangle (43 E/7), Kohistan District, NWFP, Pakistan. .  Geological Survey of Pakistan Geological Map Series Vol. III, No. 1200   2010.3Geological map of the LUTAR Quadrangle (43 E/7), Kohistan District, NWFP, Pakistan. Reviewed

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  • Rehman H. U., Yamamoto H., Nakamura E., Khalil M. A., Zafar M., and Khan, T. .  Metamorphic history and tectonic evolution of the Himalayan UHP eclogites in Kaghan valley, Pakistan .  Journal of Mineralogical and Petrological Sciences103   242 - 254   2008.8Metamorphic history and tectonic evolution of the Himalayan UHP eclogites in Kaghan valley, PakistanReviewed

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  • Rehman, H. U., Yamamoto, H., Kaneko, Y., Kausar, A. B., Murata, M., Ozawa, H. .  Thermobaric Structure of the Himalayan Metamorphic Belt in Kaghan Valley, Pakistan .  Journal of Asian Earth Sciences (ELSEVIER)29 ( 42038 ) 390 - 406   2007.2Thermobaric Structure of the Himalayan Metamorphic Belt in Kaghan Valley, PakistanReviewed

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  • Khan T., Murata, M., Karim, T., Zafar, M., Ozawa, H., Rehman, H. U. .  A Cretaceous dike swarm provides evidence of a spreading axis in the back-arc basin of the Kohistan paleo-island arc, northwestern Himalaya, Pakistan .  Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, (ELSEVIER)29 ( 42038 ) 350 - 360   2007.2A Cretaceous dike swarm provides evidence of a spreading axis in the back-arc basin of the Kohistan paleo-island arc, northwestern Himalaya, PakistanReviewed

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  • Khan, T., Murata, M., Karim, T., Zafar, M., Ozawa, H., Rehman, H.U., and Naseem, N. .  MORB-Affinity back-arc basin dike swarm paleoislanad arc terrane, Northern Areas of Pakistan .  Proceedings of the First International Karakoram Conference 25th-27th April, 2005, Pakistan Academy of Geological Sciences in collaboration with EV-K2-CNR, Italy   115 - 128   2005.4MORB-Affinity back-arc basin dike swarm paleoislanad arc terrane, Northern Areas of PakistanReviewed

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  • Kaneko, Y., Katayama, I., Yamamoto, H., Misawa, K., Ishikawa, M., Rehman, H. U., Kausar, A. B., Shiraishi K. .  Timing of Himalayan ultrahigh-pressure metamorphism: sinking rate and subduction angle of the Indian continental crust beneath Asia .  Journal of Metamorphic Geology (Blackwell Syenrgy)21 ( 6 ) 589 - 599   2003.8Timing of Himalayan ultrahigh-pressure metamorphism: sinking rate and subduction angle of the Indian continental crust beneath AsiaReviewed

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  • Nature and geological characteristics of Koshikishima Islands, Satsumasendai, Kagoshima Prefecture,

    REHMAN Hafiz. U.( Role: Sole author)

    2022.3  ( ISBN:978-4-89290-066-2

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  • 鹿児島県薩摩川内甑列島の自然と地質学的魅力

    礼満 ハフィーズ

    北斗書房  2023  ( ISBN:9784892900662

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  • 大塚 靖・山本宗立

    ハフィーズ ウル レーマン・北村 有迅( Role: Joint author)

    南方新社  2018.3 

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  • Hafiz U. Rehman   Zircon U-Pb and Hf isotope data from Himalayan Metamorphic Belt, Kaghan Valley, Pakistan constraining crustal growth in Archean and Proterozoic, recycling and regeneration in Paleozoic, and metamorphic regrowth during Mesozoic   International coauthorship International conference

    International Association for Gondwana Research 2023 Convention and 20th International Conference on Gondwana to Asia  2023.10  Niigata University, Niigata and Fossa Magna Museum, Itoigawa

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    Venue:Niigata University   Country:Japan  

  • Hafiz U. Rehman   Raman spectroscopy and thermometry analysis of carbonaceous materials from pelitic rocks of the Barovian zones in the Himalayan metamorphic belt   International coauthorship

    130th Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of Japan  2023.9  Japan Geological Society

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    Venue:Kyoto University   Country:Japan  

  • Hafiz U. Rehman   Zircon U-Pb age combined with trace element geochemistry constraining the source of Miocene granitoids of the Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan   International coauthorship

    Japan Association Mineralogical Society Annual Meeting 2023  2023.9  Japan Association Mineralogical Society

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    Venue:Osaka Metropolitan University   Country:Japan  

  • Hafiz U. Rehman, Takanori Kagoshima, Naoto Takahata, Yuji Sano, David Mainprice, Fabrice Barou, Hiroshi Yamamoto   Intra-grain plastic deformation in zircons of the Himalayan eclogites: revealed from EBSD and Nano-SIMS U-Pb isotope analysis   International coauthorship International conference

    14th INTERNATIONAL ECLOGITE CONFERENCE, JULY 11th-13th, 2022, LYONAt: Lyon, France  2022.7 

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    Venue:Lyon   Country:France  

  • Hafiz U. Rehman, Asghar Ali, Mohammad Yaqub Shah, Zahid Hussain   Azurite-bearing Quartzolite in Kohistan Island Arc: Implications for petrogenesis and economic potentials   International coauthorship International conference

    Earth Sciences Pakistan 2022  2022.6  NCEG, University of Peshawar

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    Venue:Baragali Campus, Peshawar Uni   Country:Pakistan  

  • Hafiz U. Rehman   Continent-continent collision, deep subduction, and Ultrahigh-Pressure metamorphism in the Himalayan orogen: solved issues and future problems   Invited

    Earth Sciences Pakistan 2022  2022.6  NCEG, University of Peshawar

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    Venue:Baragali Campus, Peshawar Uni   Country:Pakistan  

  • M. Qasim Jan, Muhammad Hassan Agheem, Tahseenullah Khan, Hafiz U. Rehman   Petrography, geochemistry and petrology of the Wadhrai ganite stock, Nagar Parkar igneous complex, southeast Sindh   Invited International coauthorship International conference

    Earth Sciences Pakistan 2022  2022.6  NCEG, University of Peshawar

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  • 松尾尚信・礼満ハフィーズ(   ミクロネシア連邦のポンペイ島の火山岩に含まれるかんらん岩捕獲岩 の岩石学的記載及びその成因について  

    日本地質学会西日本支部 令和 3 年度総会・第 172 回  2022.2  日本地質学会 西日本支部

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    Venue:広島大学 (On-line)   Country:Japan  

  • Nakabayashi Marimo, Hafiz U. Rehman   Zircon U-Pb ages and petrographic properties of the Middle Miocene Granitic rocks in Koshikijima, Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan  

    The 128th Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of Japan  2021.9  Geological Society of Japan

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    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:On-line   Country:Japan  

    Other Link: https://confit.atlas.jp/guide/event/geosocjp128/subject/3ch301-12-10/advanced

  • Hafiz U. Rehman, Yamamoto Hiroshi   Magma source of San-yo and Ryoke belt granites and fluid-rock interaction of silicoeus veins and Ryoke metamorphic belt schists  

    The 128th Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of Japan  2021.9  Geological Society of Japan

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    Event date: 2021.9

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:On-line   Country:Japan  

    Other Link: https://confit.atlas.jp/guide/event/geosocjp128/subject/3ch301-12-09/advanced

  • 礼満 ハフィーズ   鹿児島県に産する中新世の花崗岩類成因と形成年代   Invited

    鹿児島県地学会講演会  2021.5  鹿児島県地学会

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    Event date: 2021.5

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (invited, special)  

    Venue:鹿児島   Country:Japan  

  • Hafiz U. Rehman   Prerequisites for mineral exploration in Pakistan   Invited International conference

    45th International Nathiagali Summer College  2020.7  PAEC

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    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (invited, special)  

    Venue:Islamabad (On-line)   Country:Pakistan  

  • Hafiz U. Rehman, Tahseenullah Khan, Hao-Yang Lee, Sun-Lin Chung, Mamoru Murata, M. Qasim Jan   Prolonged continental crustal growth of the Neoproterozoic Nagar Parkar Igneous Complex, the western extension of the Malani Igneous Suite   International coauthorship International conference

    2019 IAGR Annual Convention &16th International Conference on Gondwana to Asia, Kochi, Japan  2019.11  IAGR

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    Event date: 2019.11

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:Kochi, Japan   Country:Japan  

    Other Link: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/337274038_Prolonged_continental_crustal_growth_of_the_Neoproterozoic_Nagar_Parkar_Igneous_Complex_the_western_extension_of_the_Malani_Igneous_Suite

  • Nakabayashi Marimo, Hafiz U. Rehman   Study of zircons structures from the Miocene Shibi-san Granodiorite, Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan   International conference

    JpGU Meeting 2019: S-MP29: Oceanic and Continental Subduction Processes, Chiba, Japan  2019.5  JPGU

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    Event date: 2019.5

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (invited, special)  

    Venue:Chiba, Japan   Country:Japan  

    Other Link: https://confit.atlas.jp/guide/event-img/jpgu2019/SMP29-P06/public/pdf?type=in&lang=en

  • REHMAN, H. U., CHUNG, S-L., YAMAMOTO, H.   Zircon U-Pb, Hf isotope and trace element geochemistry: source of the Himalayan UHP eclogites   International conference

    日本地球惑星科学連合2015年大会国際セッション “SMP10-08”  日本地球惑星科学連合2015年大会国際セッション “SMP10-08”

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    Event date: 2015.5

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    Venue:千葉  

    国際学会

  • REHMAN, H. U., MAINPRICE, D., YAMAMOTO, H., OKAMOTO, K.   EBSD-measured crystal preferred orientations of Sanbagawa eclogites   International conference

    日本地球惑星科学連合2015年大会国際セッション “S-MP08-07”  日本地球惑星科学連合2015年大会国際セッション “S-MP08-07”

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    Event date: 2015.5

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    Venue:千葉  

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  • Yamamoto H., Mateen T. &amp; Rehman H. U.   Quartz c-axis orientations of the silicified rock from the Kasuga gold deposit in the southern Satsuma Peninsula, Southwest Japan  

    Geological Society of Japan Annual Meeting [121] 2014,  Geological Society of Japan Annual Meeting [121] 2014,

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    Event date: 2014.9

    Language:Japanese  

    Venue:鹿児島  

    国内学会

  • Rehman H. U.   Himalayan UHP eclogites: constraints for the India-Asia collision  

    Geological Society of Japan Annual Meeting [121] 2014,  Geological Society of Japan Annual Meeting [121] 2014,

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    Event date: 2014.9

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    Venue:鹿児島  

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  • Mateen T., Yamamoto H. &amp; Rehman H. U.   Ductility contrast in pelitic schists: microtectonic evidence for seismic bright spots  

    Geological Society of Japan Annual Meeting [121] 2014  Geological Society of Japan Annual Meeting [121] 2014

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    Event date: 2014.9

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    Venue:鹿児島  

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  • Khan, T., Ahmad, A., Chaudhry, M. N., Murata, M., Rehman, H. U., Zafar, M. &amp; Qadir, A.   Origin of the Permo-Triassic Swat-Chakdarra granites in the higher Himalayan region of Pakistan: I- or S-type granites   International conference

    International Conference on Earth Science Pakistan 2014 Baragali Summer Campus, University of Peshawar August 29-31, 2014  International Conference on Earth Science Pakistan 2014 Baragali Summer Campus, University of Peshawar August 29-31, 2014

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    Event date: 2014.8

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    Venue:Baragali Summer Campus, University of Peshawar  

    国際学会

  • Rehman H U.   Ultrahigh-pressure eclogites: paleo-environment indicators   International conference

    地球惑星科学関連学会, 2014年合同大会  地球惑星科学関連学会, 2014年合同大会

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    Event date: 2014.4

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    Venue:横浜  

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  • Hafiz U. Rehman, Ryoji Tanaka, Patrick J. O’Brien, Katsura Kobayashi, Tatsuki Tsujimori, Eizo Nakamura, Hiroshi Yamamoto, Tahseenullah Khan   What do the negative δ18 O values in Himalayan UHP eclogites reveal?   International conference

    10th International Eclogite Conference  10th International Eclogite Conference

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    Event date: 2013.9

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    Venue:Courmayeur, Italy  

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  • H. U. Rehman, K. Kobayashi, S.-L. Chung and P. J. O’Brien   Geochronological constraints from zircon on the evolution of Himalayan UHP rocks   International conference

    Himalayan Karakorum Tibet Workshop & International Symposium on Tibetan Plateau 2013  Himalayan Karakorum Tibet Workshop & International Symposium on Tibetan Plateau 2013

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    Event date: 2013.8

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    Venue:Tubingen, Germany  

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  • Mateen T., Rehman H.U., Yamamoto H.   Quartz C-axis fabric of tectonically undeformed rocks from Kasuga Gold Mine, Southwest Japan   International conference

    The Geological Society of America Annual Meeting 2012, Charlotte, USA. Paper# 209-9  The Geological Society of America Annual Meeting 2012, Charlotte, USA. Paper# 209-9

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    Event date: 2012.11

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    Venue:Charlotte, USA  

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  • Rehman H.U., Yamamoto H. Keijiro S.   Metamorphic P-T evolution of high-pressure eclogites from garnet growth and reaction textures: insights from the Kaghan Valley transect, northern Pakistan.  

    Geological Society of Japan Annual Meeting 2012,  Geological Society of Japan Annual Meeting 2012,

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    Event date: 2012.9

    Language:Japanese  

    Venue:Osaka, Japan  

    国内学会

  • Rehman H. U.   Sm-Nd and Lu-Hf isotope geochemistry of the Himalayan high- and ultrahigh-pressure eclogites  

    日本鉱物学会2012年年会講演要旨集、R8-12, p. 242.  日本鉱物学会2012年年会講演要旨集、R8-12, p. 242.

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    Event date: 2012.9

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    Venue:京都  

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  • Khan, T., Murata M., Rehman, H.U., Zafar, M., Ozawa H.   Petrogenetic comparison of the mafic dykes in the Nagarparker craton of southeastern Pakistan   International conference

    34th International Geological Conference, Abstract #282  34th International Geological Conference, Abstract #282

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    Event date: 2012.8

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    Venue:Brisbane, Australia  

    国際学会

  • Khan, T., Zafar, M. Murata, M., Rehman, H. U., and Giuliani, G.   How to explore gemstones in Pakistan?   International conference

    Earth Sciences Pakistan 2012, Journal of Himalayan Earth Sciences Vol. 45 (2), p.89  Earth Sciences Pakistan 2012, Journal of Himalayan Earth Sciences Vol. 45 (2), p.89

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    Event date: 2012.6

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    Venue:Baragali Campus, University of Peshwar, Pakistan  

    国際学会

  • Rehanul Haq Siddiqui, Hafiz Ur Rehman, Muhammad Asif Khan, Muhammad Qasim Jan   Geochemistry and petrogenesis of the Oligocene Volcaniclastic Rocks from the Chagai Arc, West Pakistan   International conference

    International Symposium “Convergent boundary dynamics”, Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2012  International Symposium “Convergent boundary dynamics”, Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2012

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    Event date: 2012.5

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    Venue:Chiba, Japan  

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  • Hafiz Ur Rehman   Compositional Variation of the Inclusions in Zircon and Matrix Minerals in the Himalayan HP and UHP Eclogites   International conference

    International Symposium “Convergent boundary dynamics”, Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2012  International Symposium “Convergent boundary dynamics”, Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2012

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    Event date: 2012.5

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    Venue:Chiba, Japan  

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  • 藤原恵希、伊藤麻佑子、高吉康平、森山泉,仲倉奈緒美、仲谷英夫, Rehman H. U.   西太平洋のポンペイ島の火山岩の地質学的特徴  

    日本地質学会西日本支部平成23年度総会・第162回例会  日本地質学会西日本支部平成23年度総会・第162回例会

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    Event date: 2012.2

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    Venue:鹿児島  

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  • Rehman, H. U., Kobayashi, K., Tanaka, R., Tsujimori, T., Ota, T., Nakamura, E., Yamamoto, H., &amp; Khan, T.   PRESSURE-TEMPERATURE-TIME PATH AND EXHUMATION HISTORY OF THE HIMALAYAN HP AND UHP ECLOGITES   International conference

    MISASA-IV International Symposium 2012  MISASA-IV International Symposium 2012

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    Event date: 2012.2

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    Venue:Kurayoshi, Japan  

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  • Mateen T. Rehman H.U. &amp; 山本啓司   九州南薩地域の安山岩と珪化安山岩の比較  

    日本地質学会西日本支部平成23年度総会・第162回例会  日本地質学会西日本支部平成23年度総会・第162回例会

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    Event date: 2012.2

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    Venue:鹿児島  

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  • Hafiz Ur Rehman, Katsura Kobayashi, Tatsuki Tsujimori, Tsutomu Ota, Eizo Nakamura, Hiroshi Yamamoto, Tahseenullah Khan, Yoshiyuki Kaneko, Takao Hirajima, Kenta Yoshida, Masaru Terabayashi   Zircon chronology and inclusions study: a case study from the Himalayan UHP eclogites, Kaghan Valley   International conference

    9th International Eclogite Conference  9th International Eclogite Conference

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    Event date: 2011.8

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    Venue:Marianske Lazne, Czech Republic  

    国際学会

  • 藤麻佑子, 森山 泉, 高吉康平, 橘田慧子, 仲倉奈緒美, 仲谷英夫, Ur Rehman Hafiz   西太平洋ポンペイ島に産する火山岩の岩石学的研究  

    地球惑星科学関連学会, 2011年合同大会  地球惑星科学関連学会, 2011年合同大会

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    Event date: 2011.5

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    Venue:Chiba, Japan  

    国内学会

  • Tahseenullah Khan, Mamoru Murata, Hafiz Ur Rehman, Mohammad Zafar   Kohistan of Pakistan is a collage of island arc, back-arc &amp; continental margin settings: mafic dykes are the indicators   International conference

    International Symposium “Minerals, Rocks, & Mountains”, Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2011, Chiba, Japan (Invited talk)  International Symposium “Minerals, Rocks, & Mountains”, Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2011, Chiba, Japan (Invited talk)

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    Event date: 2011.5

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    Venue:Chiba, Japan  

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  • Hafiz Ur Rehman, Katsura Kobayashi, Tatsuki Tsujimori, Eizo Nakamura, Hiroshi Yamamoto and Tahseenullah Khan   Ion microprobe U-Pb geochronology and trace element geochemistry of the zircon from the Himalayan high- and ultrahigh-pressure eclogites, Kaghan Valley of Pakistan. Eos Trans. AGU, 91(26), West. Pac. Geophys. Meet. Suppl., Abstract V44A-03 (Invited)   International conference

    AGU Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting  AGU Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting

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    Event date: 2010.6

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    Venue:Taipei, Taiwan  

    国際学会

  • Tahseenullah Khan, Mamuro Murata, Mohammad Zafar and Hafiz Ur Rehman   Mafic dykes of the Kohistan paleo-island arc, Gilgit-Baltistan region of North Pakistan: petrogenetic comparison, Abstract No. IACCW12   International conference

    INDO-ASIA CONTINENTAL COLLISION WORKSHOP  INDO-ASIA CONTINENTAL COLLISION WORKSHOP

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    Event date: 2010.5

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    Venue:Islamabad, Pakistan  

    国際学会

  • 福井 海世, 山下 大輔, 田尻 留美, 上田 脩郎, 中野 真帆, Rehman, H.U.   シラスを生かす人々の知恵  

    日本地球惑星科学連合2010年大会予稿集、GSU011-P02.  日本地球惑星科学連合2010年大会予稿集、GSU011-P02.

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    Event date: 2010.5

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    Venue:千葉、幕張メッセ  

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  • 中野 真帆, 山下 大輔, 上田 脩郎, 田尻 留美,福井 海世, Rehman, H.U.   The Geological Attraction of Kagoshima Area  

    日本地球惑星科学連合2010年大会予稿集、GSU011-P01  日本地球惑星科学連合2010年大会予稿集、GSU011-P01

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    Event date: 2010.5

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    Venue:千葉、幕張メッセ  

    国内学会

  • Rehman, H.U   Himalayan eclogites and their protolith: effect of crustal component and metasomatic fluids  

    日本地球惑星科学連合2010年大会予稿集 SMP055-P15  日本地球惑星科学連合2010年大会予稿集 SMP055-P15

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    Event date: 2010.5

    Language:Japanese  

    Venue:千葉、幕張メッセ  

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  • Tahseenullah Khan, Mamuro Murata, Mohammad Zafar and Hafiz Ur Rehman   Petrogenetic comparison of the mafic dykes in the Kohistan paleo-island arc-back-arc system, Himalayas of North Pakistan   International conference

    Sixth International Dykes Conference  Sixth International Dykes Conference

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    Event date: 2010.2

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    Venue:Varanasi, INDIA  

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  • Tetsuzo Seno, Hafiz Ur Rehman   Slab dehydration in the continental convergent zone - Hindu Kush and Burma -  

    JPGU Meeting  JPGU Meeting

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    Event date: 2009.5

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    Venue:幕張メッセ国際会議場 (千葉)  

    国内学会

  • Rehman, H U., Yamamoto, H., Kobayashi, K., Nakamura, E., Kaneko, Y., Zafar, M   Did the Himalayan eclogitization occur before or after the India-Asia collision?   International conference

    AGU Fall Meeting  AGU Fall Meeting

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    Event date: 2008.12

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    Venue:San Francisco, USA  

    国際学会

  • Rehman H. U., Kobayashi K., Nakamura E. and Yamamoto H.   パキスタンヒマラヤに産する超高圧変成岩の同位体地球化学:イオンプローブで探る起源と編成過程 (Isotope Geochemistry of the UHP eclogites of Pakistan Himalaya: Origin and metamorphic evolution searching through ion probe.  

    日本地質学会第115年学術大会、講演要旨, p.26.  日本地質学会第115年学術大会、講演要旨, p.26.

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    Event date: 2008.9

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    Venue:秋田  

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  • H. U. Rehman, E. Nakamura, H. Yamamoto   THE ULTRAHIGH-PRESSURE ECLOGITES IN KAGHAN VALLEY, PAKISTAN HIMALAY: ORIGIN AND METAMORPHIC EVOLUTION   International conference

    COE-21 International Symposium, MISASA-III “Origin, Evolution and Dynamics of the Earth”  COE-21 International Symposium, MISASA-III “Origin, Evolution and Dynamics of the Earth”

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    Event date: 2008.3

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    Venue:Misasa, Tottori, Japan  

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  • H. U. Rehman, E. Nakamura, H. Yamamoto   Origin of the Himalayan UHP Eclogites, Kaghan Valley, Pakistan   International conference

    4th International Symposium on Gondwana to Asia & 2007 IAGR Annual Convention (IAGR Conference Series 4, pp.207-209)  4th International Symposium on Gondwana to Asia & 2007 IAGR Annual Convention (IAGR Conference Series 4, pp.207-209)

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    Event date: 2007.10

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    Venue:Fukuoka, Japan  

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  • H. Yamamoto, N. Nakamori, M. Ishikawa, M. Terabayashi, Y. Kaneko, H. U. Rehman   北海道日高衝突帯南部幌満地域のテクトニクス(Tectonics of the Horoman area in the southern part of Hidaka collision belt, Hokkaido, Japan)  

    日本地質学会第114年学術大会(講演要旨, p.140)  日本地質学会第114年学術大会(講演要旨, p.140)

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    Event date: 2007.9

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    Venue:Hokkaido, Japan  

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  • H. U. Rehman, H. Yamamoto, K. Kobayashi, A. Makishima, E. Nakamura   Multistage Mixing of the Himalayan UHP Eclogites: Geochemical and Geochronological Evidence   International conference

    The Geological Society of America Annual Meeting 2006 (Abstracts with Programs 38, No. 7, Abstract No: 108442)  The Geological Society of America Annual Meeting 2006 (Abstracts with Programs 38, No. 7, Abstract No: 108442)

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    Event date: 2006.10

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    Venue:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA  

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  • H. U. Rehman, H. Yamamoto, T. Moriguti, E. Nakamura   Major and Trace Element Geochemistry of Himalayan Eclogites, Kaghan Valley, Pakistan   International conference

    COE-21 International Symposium MISASA-II, Origin, Evolution and Dynamics of the Earth (Abstract Vol. pp. 57-58)  COE-21 International Symposium MISASA-II, Origin, Evolution and Dynamics of the Earth (Abstract Vol. pp. 57-58)

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    Event date: 2006.2

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    Venue:Misasa, Tottori, Japan  

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  • H. U. Rehman, H. Yamamoto   Mineralogical and Textural Patterns in HP-UHP Eclogites and Surrounding Felsic/Pelitic Rocks in Kaghan-Naran Valley, Pakistan Himalaya   International conference

    20th Himalayan-Karakoram-Tibet Workshop (Memoire H.S. No. 44 Geologie Alpine, pp. 158-159)  20th Himalayan-Karakoram-Tibet Workshop (Memoire H.S. No. 44 Geologie Alpine, pp. 158-159)

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    Event date: 2005.4

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    Venue:Osois, France  

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  • A. B. Kausar, C. Picard, U. Takeshi, M. U. Mikoshiba, H. Yamamoto, S. R. Khan, T. Khan, H. U. Rehman   Petrogenitic Characteristics and Tectonic Setting of Thak Gah and Jijal Ultramafic-mafic Complexes of Kohistan Arc, Pakistan   International conference

    20th Himalayan-Karakoram-Tibet Workshop(Memoire H.S. No. 44 Geologie Alpine, p. 98)  20th Himalayan-Karakoram-Tibet Workshop(Memoire H.S. No. 44 Geologie Alpine, p. 98)

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    Event date: 2005.4

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    Venue:Osois, France  

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  • H. U. Rehman, H. Yamamoto, K. Kobayashi, T. Usui, E. Nakamura   Occurrences and Mineral Paragenesis of HP/UHP Eclogites in Kaghan-Naran Valley, Pakistan Himalaya with Overprinted retrogression   International conference

    COE-21 International Symposium MISASA, Origin, Evolution and Dynamics of the Earth  COE-21 International Symposium MISASA, Origin, Evolution and Dynamics of the Earth

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    Event date: 2005.3

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    Venue:Misasa, Tottori, Japan  

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  • H. U. Rehman   パキスタンのヒマラヤ地域、Kaghan―Naran Valleyにおける累進変成作用、特に大陸沈み込み帯深部の超高圧変成作用の証拠 (Progressive Metamorphism in Kaghan―Naran Valley, Pakistan Himalaya with Special Reference to Deep Continental Subduction and Ultrahigh-pressure Metamorphism  

    日本地質学会西日本支部2004年総会ならびに第150回例会 (講演要旨, p.18)  日本地質学会西日本支部2004年総会ならびに第150回例会 (講演要旨, p.18)

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    Event date: 2005.2

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    Venue:Kagoshima, Japan  

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  • A. B. Kausar, H. Yamamoto, K. Kubo, Y. Takahashi, M. U. Mikoshiba, H. U. Rehman   Trace and Rare-Earth Elements distribution patterns of rocks of Chilas Complex and Kamila Amphibolites, Kohistan Arc, North Pakistan   International conference

    19th Himalaya-Karakoram-Tibet Workshop (Himalayan Journal of Sciences 2, p. 173)  19th Himalaya-Karakoram-Tibet Workshop (Himalayan Journal of Sciences 2, p. 173)

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    Event date: 2004.7

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    Venue:Niseko, Japan  

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  • H. U. Rehman, H. Yamamoto, Y. Kaneko, A. B. Kausar   Contrasting Pressure―Temperature Evolution of Pelitic Schists, Gneisses and Eclogites in Kaghan Valley, Pakistan Himalaya   International conference

    19th Himalayan-Karakoram-Tibet Workshop (Himalayan Journal of Sciences 2, pp. 229-230)  19th Himalayan-Karakoram-Tibet Workshop (Himalayan Journal of Sciences 2, pp. 229-230)

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    Event date: 2004.7

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    Venue:Niseko, Japan  

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  • Y. Kaneko, H. Yamamoto, I. Katayama, K. Misawa, M. Ishikawa, H. U. Rehman, A. B. Kausar, K. Shiraishi   Coesite Inclusions and Prograde Compositional Zonation of Zircon in Himalayan Gneisses, NW Himalaya, Pakistan: Evidence from SHRIMP - Dating of Coesite-Bearing Zircon   International conference

    UHPM Workshop 2001 at Waseda University (4A03, pp. 121-123)  UHPM Workshop 2001 at Waseda University (4A03, pp. 121-123)

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    Event date: 2001.2

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    Venue:Tokyo, Japan  

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  • T. Khan, M. Tahir, H. U. Rehman, M. Naseem, N. Haider   The sheeted Dykes: An evidence of Seafloor Spreading in the Kohistan Arc Terrane, Northwestern Himalaya, Pakistan   International conference

    GEOSAS-III, (pp. 168-170)  GEOSAS-III, (pp. 168-170)

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    Event date: 2000.10

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    Venue:Lahore, Pakistan  

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  • Arshad Ali, Khulood Alhinai, Mohamed A.K. El-Ghali, Muhammad I. Kakar, Hafiz Ur Rehman, Sobhi J. Nasir, Iftikhar A. Abbasi, Mohamed Moustafa, Iffat Jabeen   Carbon Dioxide Sequestration Experiment Designed for Undergraduate Students to Understand Ocean Acidification: A low-Cost Experimental Design and Execution   International coauthorship International conference

    First International Conference on Earth Sciences and Energy Transition  2022.2  Sultan Qaboos University, Al Khoudh, Muscat, Oman

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    Venue:Sultan Qaboos University, Al Khoudh, Muscat, Oman   Country:Oman  

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Works

  • KUFSA Graduation Album 2004-05 (鹿児島大学留学生卒業アルバム 2004-05)

    H. U. Rehman

    2005.3

Research Projects

  • Study of the nano-scale plastic deformation in zircon: application to meaningful geochronology

    Grant number:20K04135  2020.4 - 2024.3

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費助成事業  基盤研究(C)

    礼満 ハフィーズ, 山本 啓司

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    Grant amount:\3900000 ( Direct Cost: \3000000 、 Indirect Cost:\900000 )

    Rock samples collected during the past field surveys are under investigation currently. Petrography, mineral chemistry and Zircon EBSD analysis on some thin sections from high and ultrahigh-temperature granulites have been conducted and the work is still in progress.
    Samples collected from the local field survey have been also investigated for petrography. Zircon identification has been done for some samples and further work is in progress.
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    Some of the research results have been summarized in a manuscript, which is planned for submission to an international scientific journal within April, 2022.
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    In addition, an abstract related to the zircon EBSD data has been submitted for the 14th International eclogite conference that will be held in July, 2022. Research results will be presented at the above-mentioned conference.