The study area is situated in the Middle part of the Tabas Block. It contains outcrops of rocks that formed along longitudinal faults in Early Cimmerian orogenic phase. The basin subsided along these faults from the Late Triassic to Early Cretaceous, which include two sedimentary cycles. A sedimentary cycle, related to Upper Triassic to Bajocian is known as Shemshak group. Another sedimentary cycle, related to Bathonian to Upper Jurassic, is known as MAGU group. The Cretaceous rock units include red coarse-grained sandstone, at the base changing upward into red gypsifferous marl, rudist limestone and conglomerate, which deposited in a shallow marine environment. Subsidence analysis is applied to geologically disconnected objects in a manner that departs from its traditional use in basin analysis. However, as it introduces quantified data on the behavior of the crust in response to tectonics, it was shown to be an efficient tool in sorting out the major events amongst various local evidences for crustal instability. Based on the subsidence curves plotted for tectonic domain of the Tabas Block , the major obtained results include: - subsidence curves shown a relatively high subsidence rate in the Upper Triassic to the Middle Cretaceous, that coupled with rifting environment in this time; - this rifting was rapidly ceased in the Late Cretaceous to form Aulacogen( Failed Rift) and caused to generate oceanic crust and overriding of Sabzevar-Nain-Baft Ophiolites in this time; - subsidence rate in this part of Tabas Block was increasing towards the west and the north.