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The Evolution of Intraplate Fault Systems in Central Turkey: Structural Evidence and Ar-Ar and Rb-Sr Age Constraints for the Savcili Fault Zone
(Amer Geophysical Union, 2014)
The Savcili Fault Zone represents one of the most prominent regional-scale intraplate fault systems in central Turkey, recording the collisional events following the closure of Neo-Tethys in the eastern Mediterranean region. ...
Multiple Exhumation Phases In The Central Pontides (N Turkey): New Temporal Constraints On Major Geodynamic Changes Associated With The Closure Of The Neo-Tethys Ocean
(Amer Geophysical Union, 2018)
The Central Pontides of N Turkey represents a mobile orogenic belt of the southern Eurasian margin that experienced several phases of exhumation associated with the consumption of different branches of the Neo-Tethys Ocean ...
Post-Collisional Magmatism and Ore-Forming Systems in the Menderes Massif: New Constraints from the Miocene Porphyry Mo-Cu Pa +/- Narbaaya +/- System, Gediz-Kutahya, Western Turkey
The PA +/- narbaAYA +/- Mo-Cu prospect is hosted within the PA +/- narbaAYA +/- intrusion, which is exposed together with the NW-SE-trending Koyunoba, Egrigoz, and Baklan plutons along the northeastern border of the Menderes ...