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A palaeomagnetic study of the Sivas Basin, central Turkey: Crustal deformation during lateral extrusion of the Anatolian Block
(ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, 1997)
The Sivas Basin is a complex collage of Eocene and younger rocks located within the wedge-shaped eastern margin of the Anatolian Block between the (dextral) North Anatolian Fault Zone and the (sinistral) Eastern Anatolian ...
Palaeomagnetism and magnetic properties of the Cappadocian ignimbrite succession, central Turkey and Neogene tectonics of the Anatolian collage
(ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, 2002)
The Cappadocian ignimbrite succession of central-southern Anatolia comprises at least nine major and two minor calc-alkaline rhyolitic sheets emplaced at 1-2-Ma intervals between 11.2 and 1.1 Ma. It records the last phase ...
Palaeomagnetic study of the Karaman and Karapinar volcanic complexes, central Turkey: neotectonic rotation in the south-central sector of the Anatolian Block
(ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, 1998)
In the Anatolian sector of the Afro-Eurasian collision zone a palaeotectonic collisional phase (Paleocene to Miocene) responsible for emplacement of the Pontide and Tauride orogens has been replaced by a neotectonic phase ...
Neotectonic deformation in the western sector of tectonic escape in Anatolia: palaeomagnetic study of the Afyon region, central Turkey
(ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, 2003)
Following final closure of the Neotethyan Ocean during the late Miocene, deformation in central Turkey has led to crustal thickening and uplift to produce the Anatolian Plateau followed by westward extrusion of terranes ...
Palaeomagnetic study of the Galatean Volcanic Province, north-central Turkey: Neogene deformation at the northern border of the Anatolian Block
(JOHN WILEY & SONS LTD, 1999)
A regional palaeomagnetic study is reported from 24 lavas of the (Late Miocene) Galatean Volcanic Province bordering the North Anatolian Fault Zone (NAFZ) in northern Anatolia. Rock magnetic studies show that the lavas ...