Opening Evolution and Closure of the Neotethyan Oceanic Branches in Anatolia as Inferred by Radiolarian Research

2015-03-26
Göncüoğlu, Mehmet Cemal
Sayıt, Kaan
Uzunçimen Keçeli, Seda

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M. C. Göncüoğlu, K. Sayıt, and S. Uzunçimen Keçeli, “Opening Evolution and Closure of the Neotethyan Oceanic Branches in Anatolia as Inferred by Radiolarian Research,” 2015, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/80640.