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Post-Miocene Deformation in the South of the Galatean Volcanic Province, NW of Central Anatolia (Turkey)

Rojay, Fuat Bora
Karaca, Aykut
Central Anatolia, located on the immense Alpine-Himalayan orogenic belt, has a complicated neotectonic evolution, and NE-SW-trending Neogene horsts-graben systems that rejuvenate pre-existing palaeostructures are among the most important structures which help us understand the tectonic evolution of Central Anatolia.