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Investigation of water-waste rock interactions related environmental effects in Çeltikçi coal fied, Ankara - Turkey
Kalkan, Ferhat; Çamur, Mehmet Zeki; Department of Geological Engineering (2021-6-24)
The purpose of this research is to investigate the water-rock interactions related acid rock drainage potential, leachate chemistry and related processes under test conditions using potential waste rock samples (Bostantepe...
SEDIMENTOLOGICAL AND CYCLOSTRATIGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF THE ÇAKRAZBOZ FORMATION (TRIASSIC) IN AMASRA-KASTAMONU REGION
Şen, Gül; Yılmaz, İsmail Ömer; Department of Geological Engineering (2021-6-21)
The studied Triassic-aged successions indicate a large-scale tripartite sequence of depositional environments in the Amasra-Kastamonu region, the NW Anatolia. Sedimentological, petrographic, magnetic susceptibility, elemen...
Hydrogeochemical investigation of groundwater characteristics in Alpu coal field, Eskisehir-Turkey
Tural, Ceren Yazıgülü; Çamur, Mehmet Zeki; Department of Geological Engineering (2021-6)
Hydrogeochemical characteristics and quality of groundwater resources in Alpu Coal field to the north of Porsuk Creek are investigated. EC, pH, DO and ORP average value ranges are determined as 438-1227 μS/cm, 7.43-8.69, 3...
LATE HOLOCENE SEISMO-TURBIDITE INVESTIGATION IN THE SEDIMENTS OF GULF OF AQABA
Bektaş, Zeynep; Avşar, Ulaş; Department of Geological Engineering (2021-2-12)
The Gulf of Aqaba is located at the southern part of the Dead Sea Fault (DSF), the length of which is reaches approximately to 1200 km, extending up to Amuq valley in southern Turkey. The gulf is characterized by three pul...
Evaluation of reservoir quality of the Derdere formation within the sequence stratigraphic framework in Diyarbakır region, SE Turkey
Yetim, Suzan Müge; Altıner, Demir; Department of Geological Engineering (2021-2-04)
An integrated sequence stratigraphic study based on well samples and well log data reveals the signals of eustatic sea level change during the Cenomanian-Turonian time interval in Diyarbakır, southeastern Turkey. The depos...
Automated detection of discontinuity properties using terrestrial laser scanning data
Ünlüsoy, Deniz; Süzen, Mehmet Lütfi; Department of Geological Engineering (2020-12-24)
Traditional ground surveying methods for the determination of rock mass discontinuity characteristics are costly and time consuming when large survey areas are involved. In addition, some rock mass surfaces cannot be obs...
Cenomanian–turonian platform evolution and records of OAE 2 on the drowned northern arabian carbonate platform (se Turkey): Integration of biostratigraphy, sequence stratigraphy, sedimentology, and stable isotopes
Mülayim, Oğuz; Yılmaz, İsmail Ömer; Department of Geological Engineering (2020-10-23)
The evolution of the Cenomanian–Turonian (C–T) carbonate platform (northern Arabian Platform) in southeastern Turkey has been embraced with special emphasis on the sedimentology, biostratigraphy, lithostratigraphy, seque...
Assessment of consolidation settlements in Karacabey soft clays: Estimated and monitored behaviour
Çelik, Gözde; Topal, Tamer; Erol, Ahmet Orhan; Department of Geological Engineering (2020-9)
Settlement of highway embankments constructed over clayey soft soils is a major problem encountered in maintaining highway facilities. Accurate estimation of consolidation settlement amounts and times has been a challenge ...
Hydrogeological characterization of a mine site in Eastern Anatolia
Tayyar, Doğukan; Yazıcıgil, Hasan; Department of Geological Engineering (2020-9)
Characterization of hydrogeological properties of water bearing rocks in a mine site is important for controlling groundwater flow to provide safe operating conditions. This study aims to characterize the groundwater flow ...
Geochemical traces of historical Eastern Mediterranean tsunamis in the sediments of Öüdeniz lagoon, sw Turkey.
Yeniçeri, Murat Toygar; Avşar, Ulaş; Department of Geological Engineering (2020)
Tsunami is flooding of huge wave of sea water over the land that has the potential to cause destruction and devastation on the coastal regions. They are the result of large subaqueous mass movements possibly related to ear...
Geochemical modeling of CO2-water-rock interaction in indonesian geothermal fields for a possible future carbon capture and storage project
Utomo, Gagas Pambudi; Yılmaz, Koray K.; Department of Geological Engineering (2019)
The rise of CO2 concentration in Earth’s atmosphere from anthropogenic emissions is the main cause of global warming and climate change. Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) is considered as an effective method to reduce such ...
Probabilistic modeling of operational dynamic water balance system for a mining facility
Pelenk, Ümit Giray; Yılmaz, Koray K.; Department of Geological Engineering (2019)
Water management in any environment is quite difficult and complex not only because of the effort that is required to comply with the environmental regulations but also due to the dynamic nature of the system not well suit...
Kızıltepe low-sulphidation epithermal deposit (Sındırgı, Balıkesir): an example for relay-ramp-hosted epithermal gold mineralization in western Turkey
Uğurlu, Berkin; Bozkurt, Erdin; Department of Geological Engineering (2019)
Kızıltepe, located 50 km southeast of Balıkesir in western Turkey, has a long history of precious metal mining back to 2000 years and hosts numerous low sulfidation epithermal quartz veins. In the modern times, subsequent ...
Post miocene tectonic of çeltikçi graben, southern margin of galatian volcanic province, Central Anatolia
Berberoğlu, Umur; Rojay, Fuat Bora; Department of Geological Engineering (2019)
The Çeltikçi basin is located at the southern margin of a volcanic terrain known as “Galatian Volcanic Province” located on top of Cretaceous accretionary prism and to the south of North Anatolian Fault. The aim of this st...
Responses of the planktonic foraminifera to environmental conditions across the cretaceous/paleogene boundary in the Göynük basin, Northwest Anatolia, Turkey
Özder, Rengin; Özkan Altıner, Sevinç.; Department of Geological Engineering (2019)
The aim of this study is to reveal the evolutionary response of the planktonic foraminifera after the Cretaceous/Paleogene (K/Pg) boundary interval in the Göynük Basin, Northwest Anatolia, Turkey. To achieve this purpose, ...
A Multi-technique approach to determine temporal and spatial variability of groundwater-stream water exchange in Çakit stream, Niğde/Turkey
Koruk, Kasımcan.; Yılmaz, Koray K.; Department of Geological Engineering (2019)
Characterizing the spatio-temporal distribution of groundwater-surface water exchange fluxes are of paramount importance in understanding catchment behavior. The objective of this study is to quantify the spatio-temporal d...
Landfill site selection and landfill liner design for Polatlı, Ankara.
Öner, Gökal; Akgün, Haluk; Department of Geological Engineering (2019)
The purpose of this study is to select the best alternative for a landfill site for the Polatlı County. There currently is no proper landfill site in the county. Renewable materials are sent to the Ankara-Mamak Landfill si...
Stability assessment of the landslide in Bartın Kirazlı bridge dam diversion km: 18 + 325 – 18 + 421 segment
Görbil, Barış; Akgün, Haluk; Koçkar, Mustafa Kerem; Department of Geological Engineering (2019)
Bartın Kirazlı Bridge Dam construction has started on Gökırmak stream in 1999 for the purposes of irrigation and power generation and is continuing at present. By the end of construction, Gökırmak stream level will reach +...
Morphotectonic analysis and kinematic evolution of the Central Gediz Alaşehir graben, Western Anatolia, Turkey
Dönmezoğulları, Tamer; Rojay, Fuat Bora; Department of Geological Engineering (2019)
The Gediz Alaşehir Graben (GAG) is one of the seismically active grabens within western Anatolia. The study area is located at the center of this graben. It is aimed to evaluate the post-Miocene tectonic evolution of the G...
Surface characteristics, mineralogy and geochemistry of the gicik low–sulfidation epithermal au deposit (Ankara province, central anatolia)
Çil, Akın; İmer, Ali; Department of Geological Engineering (2019)
Tethyan-Eurasian Metallogenic Belt was formed as a result of the Mesozoic-Cenozoic Alpine-Himalayan orogeny related to the opening and closure of the Tethyan ocean basins. Turkey forms a sector of this extensive belt, and ...
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