Early Paleozoic evolution of the NW Gondwanaland: Data from southern Turkey and surrounding regions

2000-07-01
The Lower Paleozoic rock-units in the Eastern Mediterranean can be separated into two distinct zones: the Northern Zone (Carpathian-Balkan, Istanbul, Zonguldak and Main Range terranes) acid the Southern Zone (Tauride-Anatolide, SE Anatolian-Arabian, and Central Iranian terranes). A Gondwanan /Perigondwanan origin can only be properly indicated for the Southern Zone, whereas the Early Paleozoic paleogeographic positions of smaller terranes (e.g. Istanbul Terrane) of the Northern Zone remains questionable.
Citation Formats
M. C. Göncüoğlu and H. Kozlu, “Early Paleozoic evolution of the NW Gondwanaland: Data from southern Turkey and surrounding regions,” pp. 315–324, 2000, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/31864.