Petrogenetic Characteristics of the Chromite Deposits in Tunceli Province Turkey

Öztüfekçi Önal, Ayten
Çimen, Okay
Köksal, Fatma
Aktağ, Alican
Önal, Ali


Petrogenetic Characteristics of the Chromite Deposits in Tunceli Province (Turkey).
Öztüfekçi-önal, Ayten; Çimen, Okay; Toksoy Köksal, Fatma; Aktağ, Alican; Önal, Ali (null; 2015-09-11)
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In the Late Cretaceous, throughout the closure of the Neotethys Ocean, ophiolitic rocks from the A degrees zmir-Ankara-Erzincan ocean branch were overthrusted the northern margin of the Tauride-Anatolide Platform. The ophiolitic rocks in the Ekecikdag (Aksaray/Central Turkey) region typify the oceanic crust of the A degrees zmir-Ankara-Erzincan branch of Neotethys. The gabbros in the area are cut by copious plagiogranite dykes, and both rock units are intruded by mafic dykes. The plagiogranites are leucocra...
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A. Öztüfekçi Önal, O. Çimen, F. Köksal, A. Aktağ, and A. Önal, “Petrogenetic Characteristics of the Chromite Deposits in Tunceli Province Turkey,” 2015, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: