Geochemical Features of Extensional Mafic Lavas from Sivas, Central Anatolia (Turkey) Reflect Subduction-Related Source Modification

Kürkcüoğlu, Biltan
Pickard, M.
Furman, T.
Hanan, B.B.
Plummer, C.L.
Sayıt, Kaan


Geochemical Evolution of Miocene Volcanism in Western Anatolia, Turkey Related to Orogenic Collapse
Aldanmaz, Ercan; Pickard, M; Hanan, Bb; Furman, T; Kürkcüoğlu, Biltan; Sayıt, Kaan (2009-12-14)
Geochemical and isotopic evolution of Pliocene basaltic volcanism in the Eastern Anatolia Turkey
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Geochemical characteristics of mafic lavas from the Neotethyan ophiolites in western Turkey: implications for heterogeneous source contribution during variable stages of ocean crust generation
ALDANMAZ, ERCAN; Yaliniz, M. K.; GÜÇTEKİN, AYKUT; Göncüoğlu, Mehmet Cemal (2008-01-01)
The Late Triassic to Late Cretaceous age mafic lavas from the Neotethyan suture zone ophiolites in western Turkey exhibit a wide diversity of geochemical signatures, indicating derivation from extremely heterogeneous mantle sources. The rocks as a whole can be divided into three broad subdivisions based on their bulk-rock geochemical characteristics: (1) mid-ocean ridge basalts (MORB) that range in composition from light rare earth element (LREE)-depleted varieties (N-MORB; (La/Sm)(N) < 1) through transitio...
Geochemistry and petrogenesis of the oceanic island and subduction-related assemblages from the palaeotethyan Karakaya subduction/accretion complex, central and nw Turkey
Sayıt, Kaan; Göncüoğlu, Mehmet Cemal; Department of Geological Engineering (2010)
The Nilüfer Unit of the Karakaya Complex at the pre-Liassic basement of the Sakarya Composite Terrane is composed mainly of metabasaltic lithologies with limestones, and minor cherts and mudstones. These metabasic assemblages show OIB- and E-MORB-type geochemical signatures with variable enrichment in the most incompatible elements relative to N-MORB. The Eymir Unit consists of variably deformed metaclastics, and constitutes the matrix in which the Nilüfer-type blocks are embedded. In the Ankara region, the...
Geochemical characteristics and ages of ophiolitic bodies within the East Anatolian Accretionary Complex, NE Van area, E Turkey
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B. Kürkcüoğlu, M. Pickard, T. Furman, B. B. Hanan, C. L. Plummer, and K. Sayıt, “Geochemical Features of Extensional Mafic Lavas from Sivas, Central Anatolia (Turkey) Reflect Subduction-Related Source Modification,” presented at the AGU Fall Meeting, California, Amerika Birleşik Devletleri, 2019, Accessed: 00, 2023. [Online]. Available: