Discussion on the evolution of the Southern Menderes Massif in SW Turkey as revealed by zircon dating - Journal, Vol. 156, 1999, 1021-1030



Discussion on the extensional folding in the Alasehir (Gediz) Graben, western Turkey - Journal, vol. 157, 1999, 1097-1100
Bozkurt, Erdin; Seyitoglu, G; Cemen, I; Tekeli, O (Geological Society of London, 2002-01-01)
Comment on 'Rockfall avalance deposits associated with normal faulting in the NW of the Cankiri basin: implications for the post-collisional tectonic evolution of the Neo-Tethyan suture zone' by G. Seyitoglu, N. Kazanci, L. Karadenizli, S. Sen, B. Varol, and T. Karabiyikoglu
Kaymakcı, Nuretdin (Wiley, 2003-04-01)
Seyitoglu et al. (2000) described their interpretation, based on a single fault surface and rockfall avalanche deposits previously mapped as a W-vergent thrust klippen above the Neogene successions in the Hancili Basin, that in central Anatolia there was a single extensional basin throughout the Miocene - Early Pliocene. It was later fragmented by a structural high of Neo-Tethyan ophiolitic basement bounded by an E-vergent thrust fault in the east along the western margin of the Cankiri Basin and a west-dip...
Evaluation of coal and water samples from Manisa-Soma-Deniş region conccerning Balkan Endemic Nephropathy and determination of Balkan Endemic Nephropathy risk
Öztürk, Mehmet Sinan; Önen, A. Pırıl; Department of Geological Engineering (2006)
The water and coal samples from the Manisa-Soma-Deniş region were studied on the basis of their basic characteristics, inorganic and organic parameters. Coal samples were determined as low-quality lignite. They have high concentrations of arsenic, uranium and lead. The organics in the coal samples are of aliphatic hydrocarbons and their derivatives (alkanes and alcohols), methyls, phthalates, naphtalenes and benzenes. They are inactive and low in concentrations. Water samples have basic characteristics with...
Insights into biaxial extensional tectonics: an example from the Sandikli Graben, West Anatolia, Turkey
Cihan, M; Sarac, G; Gokce, O (Wiley, 2003-01-01)
West Anatolia, together with the Aegean Sea and the easternmost part of Europe, is one of the best examples of continental extensional tectonics. It is a complex area bounded by the Aegean-Cyprus Arc to the south and the North Anatolian Fault Zone (NAFZ) to the north. Within this complex and enigmatic framework, the Sandikli Graben (10 km wide, 30 km long) has formed at the eastern continuation of the Western Anatolian extensional province at the north-northwestward edge of the Isparta Angle. Recent studies...
Preface: the Isparta Angle, SW Turkey - its role in the evolution of Tethys in the Eastern Mediterranean region
Akinci, O; Robertson, A; Poisson, A; Bozkurt, Erdin (Wiley, 2003-07-01)
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E. Bozkurt, “Discussion on the evolution of the Southern Menderes Massif in SW Turkey as revealed by zircon dating - Journal, Vol. 156, 1999, 1021-1030,” JOURNAL OF THE GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY, pp. 393–394, 2001, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/46682.