Paleocene planktonic foraminiferal taxonmy and biostratigraphy in the Adıyaman region(se Anatolia)

Gürgey (Tekin), Ayşegül


Paleoseismological record of the Hazar Lake along the East Anatolian Fault (Turkey)
Hubert-ferrari, Aurelia; Lamair, Laura; Hage, Sophie; Avşar, Ulaş; El Ouahabi, Meriam; Çağatay, Namık (2015-08-02)
The East Anatolian Fault (EAF) is a major left-lateral strike-slip fault accommodating with the conjugate North Anatolian Fault the westward extrusion of the Anatolian Plate away from the Arabia-Eurasia collision zone. The East Anatolian Fault ruptured over most of its length during the 19th century in a series of magnitude ~7 earthquakes. During the 20th century this fault was less active with only two events of magnitude greater than 6. This absence of large earthquakes has resulted in relatively little a...
Paleozoic stratigraphy of the Geyik Dagi unit in the Eastern Taurides (Turkey): New age data and implications for Gondwanan evolution
Göncüoğlu, Mehmet Cemal; Kozur, HW; Kozlu, H (2004-12-01)
The stratigraphy of the Geyik Dagi Unit of the Eastern Taurides has been revised on the basis, of new field observations from this critical tectono-stratigraphic unit. The Emirgazi Formation. of Precambrian age. is shown to occur throughout the whole Tauride Belt. The Cal Tepe Formation probably reaches the Upper Cambrian. The Carnbrian -Ordovician boundary is close to the base of the Seydisehir Formation: the latter includes mixed carbonate-siliciclastic tempestites. Its upper part may be of late Middle Or...
Paleomagnetic rotations in the Late Miocene sequence from the Cankiri Basin (Central Anatolia, Turkey): the role of strike-slip tectonics
Lucifora, Stella; Cifelli, Francesca; Rojay, Fuat Bora; Mattei, Massimo (2013-01-01)
In this paper, new paleomagnetic and anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility (AMS) data from Miocene continental units of the Cankiri Basin are presented, with the main goal of providing additional constraints on its deformational and rotational history during the Late Cenozoic. AMS data indicate a tectonic origin for the magnetic fabric, suggesting that Upper Miocene units were still involved in the deformation processes. Paleomagnetic data show that tectonic rotations in the Cankiri Basin do not show a symm...
Paleobathymetric evolution of the miocene deposits of Gömbe and Aksu Basins, Antalya, Turkey
Şiş, Fatih Seçkin; Kaymakcı, Nuretdin; Department of Geological Engineering (2018)
The Late Cenozoic Antalya Basins, located at the eastern part of the Beydağları Platform, within the Isparta Angle, unconformably developed on Mesozoic autochthonous carbonate platforms in the western Taurides. Aksu Basin developed in the inner part of the Isparta Angle and bounded by Aksu Thrust at the east. Gömbe Basin located at the western limb of the Isparta Angle and developed as a foreland basin in front of the Lycin Nappes on the Beydağları Platform. During their evolution, these basins experienced ...
Paleolimnological investigations from modern coastal lakes on thrace and the black sea in turkey during the mid-late holocene
Şekeryapan, Ceran; Bilgin, Cemal Can; Doner, Lisa Ann; Department of Biology (2011)
Here, we provide results of mid/late Holocene fresh water Ostracoda analyses from coastal modern lake basins in the Thrace region of Istanbul and Sarıkum Lake, on the Black Sea coast near Sinop. While neither diatoms nor Cladocera are abundant in the sediments, Podocopian (fresh water) ostracods preserved well, but with discontinuous occurences during the mid/late Holocene. Un-noded forms of Cyprideis torosa, along with other Podocopian ostracods, dominated the sediments of all three lakes. Studying these t...
Citation Formats
A. Gürgey (Tekin), “Paleocene planktonic foraminiferal taxonmy and biostratigraphy in the Adıyaman region(se Anatolia),” Middle East Technical University, 1991.