study areas is located within the Urumieh-Dokhtar magmatic belt (UDMB) in northwestern Iran. The UDMB, comprising NW-SE trending tectonic-volcanic segments, formed as a result of the geodynamic evolution of the Tethys belt between Arabian and Eurasia in the Late Mesozoic (Alavi, 1994). The porphyry Cu deposits show a strong tendency to form in island and continental-arc settings (e.g., UDMB) ( Billa et al., 2004;Cooke et al., 2005). The UDMB is divided into three important metallogenic sub-belts: (a) the Arasbaran porphyry copper sub-belt (APCB) in the northwest, (b) the Saveh-Yazd porphyry copper sub-belt (SYPCB) in central UDMB, and (c) the Kerman porphyry copper sub-belt (KPCB) in southeastern area, which host major Cu porphyry deposits, such as Sungun, Kahang, and Sarcheshmeh deposits, respectively. The magmatic activity in the area, initiated in the Cretaceous and continued intensively into the Quaternary, mostly consists of high-K calcalkaline to shoshonitic affinities ( Jamali et al., 2010). The Kerman copper belt is located in the southeastern part of Urumieh-Dokhtar Belt. The previous exploration studies and known Copper Porphy deposit occurrences in the northwest parts and South Kerman Copper belt, especially in the Mehrpaeen mine in Shahr-e-babak and Pidenku mine in South Jebal-e-barez district, indicate that this belt has great potential for prospecting porphyry Cu deposits in Iran.