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Relative Tectonic Activity Assessment Of The Cameli Basin, Western Anatolia, Using Geomorphic Indices
(Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2016)
Western Anatolia is one of the world's most seismically active regions. A nearly N-S-oriented extension caused the formation of E-W- and NE-SW-trending major grabens, creating the potential for earthquakes with magnitudes5. ...
The Role Of Oroclinal Bending In The Structural Evolution Of The Central Anatolian Plateau: Evidence Of A Regional Changeover From Shortening To Extension
(Slovak Acad Sciences Geological Inst, 2011)
The NW-SE striking extensional Inonu-Eskisehir Fault System is one of the most important active shear zones in Central Anatolia. This shear zone is comprised of semi-independent fault segments that constitute an integral ...
Polyphase Tectonic Evolution of the Aksu Basin, Isparta Angle (Southern Turkey)
(Slovak Acad Sciences Geological Inst, 2015)
The Aksu Basin, within the Isparta Angle, is located to the north of the intersection of the Aegean and Cyprus arcs and has been evolving since the Middle Miocene. Correlation of: (1) kinematic analysis of fault planes ...
Reconstructing the Sedimentary Evolution of the Miocene Aksu Basin Based on Fan Delta Development (Eastern Mediterranean-Turkey)
(Scientific Technical Research Council Turkey-Tubitak, 2018)
The Aksu Basin in southern Turkey is dominantly represented by an alluvial fan and five fan deltas (FDs) developed along the tectonically controlled margins of the basin during the Miocene. Four alternating compressional ...
Evolution Of Camlik Fissure-Ridge Travertines In The Baskale Basin (Van, Eastern Anatolia)
(Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2017)
Fissure-ridge travertines (FRTs) are of great importance for the determination and comparison of tectonic deformation in a region. The coeval development of these travertines with active fault zones supplies significant ...