Extrusive members of postcollisional A-type magmatism in Central Anatolia: Karahidir Volcanics, Idis Dagi-Avanos Area, Turkey

Koksal, S
Göncüoğlu, Mehmet Cemal
Floyd, PA
The Idis Dagi Igneous Complex is one of a number of late-stage plutonic bodies within the Central Anatolian Crystalline Complex. It intrudes Paleozoic-Mesozoic metamorphic basement rocks and Late Cretaceous granitoids. The complex comprises mainly quartz syenites and alkali-feldspar quartz syenites known as the Idis Dagi Syenitoids.


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Citation Formats
S. Koksal, M. C. Göncüoğlu, and P. Floyd, “Extrusive members of postcollisional A-type magmatism in Central Anatolia: Karahidir Volcanics, Idis Dagi-Avanos Area, Turkey,” INTERNATIONAL GEOLOGY REVIEW, pp. 683–694, 2001, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/30748.