Geochemistry of free and dissolved gases in the Amik basin area Turkey and its relationships with the tectonic setting

Yüce, Galip
Italiano, Francesco
Yang, Frank
Yalcin, Tolga H.
Rojay, Fuat Bora
Karabacak, Volkan
Gulbay, Ahmet H.
Yasin, Didem U.
Özacar, Atilla Arda
D’Alessandro, Walter
Bellomo, Sergio
Brusca, Lorenzo
Fu, Ching-Chou
Lai, Chun-Wei


Geochemistry of Fluid Inclusions in Travertines From Western and Northern Turkey: Inferences on the Role of Active Faults in Fluids Circulation
Rizzo, Andrea Luca; Uysal, I. Tonguc; MUTLU, HALİM; Unal-Imer, Ezgi; Dirik, Kadir; YÜCE, GALİP; Caracausi, Antonio; Italiano, Francesco; Misseri, Mariagrazia; TEMEL, ABİDİN; Bayari, Serdar; ÖZYURT, NACİYE NUR; Zhao, Jian-xin; DENİZ, KIYMET (American Geophysical Union (AGU), 2019-11-01)
The understanding of the relationship between the geochemistry of fluids circulating during travertine deposition and the presence of active faults is crucial for evaluating the seismogenetic potential of an area. Here we investigate travertines from Pamukkale and Resadiye (Turkey), sited in seismic regions and next to thermal springs. These travertines formed similar to 24,500-50,000 (Pamukkale) and similar to 240-14,600 years (Resadiye) BP. We characterize fluid inclusions (FIs) and studied concentration ...
Geochemistry of the metavolcanic rocks from the Cangaldag Complex in the Central Pontides: implications for the Middle Jurassic arc-back-arc system in the Neotethyan Intra-Pontide Ocean
Cimen, Okay; Göncüoğlu, Mehmet Cemal; Sayıt, Kaan (2016-01-01)
The Cangaldag Complex in northern central Turkey is one of the main tectonic units of the Central Pontide Structural Complex that represents the remains of the poorly known Intra-Pontide branch of the Neotethys. It comprises low-grade metamorphic rocks of intrusive, extrusive, and volcaniclastic origin displaying a wide range of felsic to mafic compositions. Petrographically the complex consists of basalts-andesites-rhyodacites and tuffs with minor amount of gabbros and diabases. On the basis of geochemistr...
Geochemistry of the post-collisional Miocene mafic Tunceli Volcanics, Eastern Turkey: Implications for the nature of the mantle source and melting systematics
Aktağ, Alican; Sayıt, Kaan (2019-01-01)
The East Anatolian Accretionary Complex (EAAC) comprises an ideal example of post-collisional volcanism within the Africa-Eurasia collision zone. The Miocene mafic Tuncell Volcanics, as a part of this post-collisional volcanic system, are located in the western termination of EAAC. The mafic Tunceli Volcanics are characterized by mildly alkaline and tholeiitic basalts, in which olivine, clinopyroxene and plagioclase characterize the main mineralogy. The role of fractional crystallization (FC) and assimilati...
Geochemistry of mafic dykes from the Southeast Anatolian ophiolites, Turkey: Implications for an intra-oceanic arc-basin system
Colakoglu, Ali Riza; Sayıt, Kaan; Gunay, Kurtulus; Göncüoğlu, Mehmet Cemal (2012-02-01)
The Late Cretaceous-Tertiary accretionary prism in Eastern Turkey includes several ophiolitic megablocks and/or tectonic slivers (Mehmetalan, Mollatopuz and Alabayir) within a melange complex, mainly comprising harzburgite, dunite and cumulate-textured gabbro. The diabases, which are the main focus of this study, cut across the ophiolites as parallel and variably thick dyke-swarms. Geochemistry of the diabases reveals three distinct groups, including a) supra-subduction zone (SSZ) type, which is characteriz...
Geochemistry of surface sediments in the gulf of İskenderun, Eastern Mediterranean
Kazan, Bilal; Department of Marine Sciences (1994)
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G. Yüce et al., “Geochemistry of free and dissolved gases in the Amik basin area Turkey and its relationships with the tectonic setting,” VİYANA, Avusturya, 2013, vol. 15, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: