A new method for detecting the alignments from point-like features : an application to the volcanic cones of Cappadocian volcanic province, Turkey

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2001
Arcasoy, Arda

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A. Arcasoy, “A new method for detecting the alignments from point-like features : an application to the volcanic cones of Cappadocian volcanic province, Turkey,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 2001.