Plio-quaternary evolution of the Kucuk Menderes Graben southwestern Anatolia, Turkey

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2005-05-01
Rojay, B
TOPRAK, VEDAT
Demirci, C
Süzen, Mehmet Lütfi
The Kucuk Menderes Graben (KMG) is part of the horst-graben system of southwestern Anatolia (Turkey), bounded by the Bozdag horst in the north and the Aydin horst in the south. The Plio-Quatemary evolution of the KMG has been evaluated using the nature of the Miocene-Quaternary fill sediments and palaeostress analysis of slip data measured in different parts of the graben.

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B. Rojay, V. TOPRAK, C. Demirci, and M. L. Süzen, “Plio-quaternary evolution of the Kucuk Menderes Graben southwestern Anatolia, Turkey,” GEODINAMICA ACTA, vol. 18, pp. 317–331, 2005, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/47609.