GEOCHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF GRANITOIDS ALONG THE WESTERN MARGIN OF THE CENTRAL ANATOLIAN CRYSTALLINE COMPLEX AND THEIR TECTONIC IMPLICATIONS

1993-12-01
AKIMAN, O
ERLER, A
GONCUOGLU, MC
Güleç, Nilgün Türkan
GEVEN, A
TURELI, TK
KADIOGLU, YK
The closely related assemblage of igneous and metamorphic rocks that lie within a triangular area approximately bounded by the Tuzgolu Fault, the Ecemis Fault and the Izmir-Ankara-Erzincan Suture and between the lines connecting Ankara, Sivas and Nigde is called the Central Anatolian Crystalline Complex (CACC). The granitoids cropping out within the CACC can be divided areally into three groups: (1) a large number of individual small plutons which form an arcuate set and curve from NE-SW to NW-SE and extend from Sulakyurt to Nigde along the western margin; (2) a relatively narrow and smaller set of disconnected plutons extending from Sivas to Camardi along the eastern margin; and (3) a very large batholith along the northern margin exposed around Yozgat.

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O. AKIMAN et al., “GEOCHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF GRANITOIDS ALONG THE WESTERN MARGIN OF THE CENTRAL ANATOLIAN CRYSTALLINE COMPLEX AND THEIR TECTONIC IMPLICATIONS,” GEOLOGICAL JOURNAL, vol. 28, pp. 371–382, 1993, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/48816.