Joint type and joint density analysis in the flysch sequence around Kırıkkale

Türkiye Petrol Jeologları Derneği Bülteni


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This thesis attempts to seek a relationship between the joints developed in the ignimbrites and the rock settlements carved in the same units. Orientation of rooms, directions of walls and joints (both in the rooms and in the field) are input data used in the study. Two sites in Cappadocia (Eskigümüşler and Çanlikilise) are selected to investigate the relationship. Both sites are carved within the same ignimbrite (Kizilkaya) and are located on the south-southeastern slopes of the ignimbrite scarp. Measureme...
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Citation Formats
F. B. Rojay, “Joint type and joint density analysis in the flysch sequence around Kırıkkale,” Türkiye Petrol Jeologları Derneği Bülteni, pp. 39–50, 1995, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: