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Crustal Structure of Turkey from Aeromagnetic, Gravity and Deep Seismic Reflection Data
In this paper, aeromagnetic and gravity anomalies obtained from the General Directorate of Mineral Research and Exploration were subjected to upward continuation to 3 km from the ground surface to suppress shallow effects ...
Structural Change and Productivity in the Service Sector of Turkey
(EGE UNIV, FAC ECONOMICS & ADMIN SCIENCES, 2017)
In this study, the structural change and its impact on the productivity of Turkish service sector is explored. In the study, using structural decomposition analysis, the sources of the increase in the productivity of service ...
Listwaenites in Turkey: Perspectives on formation and precious metal concentration with reference to occurrences in East-Central Anatolia
The low hydrothermal alteration of serpentinites from the ophiolite complexes in Turkey has formed listwaenites with either mineralized or non-mineralized and scattered through the three-ophiolite belts in Anatolia, Turkey. ...
Crustal structure of the eastern part of Central Anatolia (Turkey)
(SCIENTIFIC TECHNICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL TURKEY-TUBITAK, 2008)
This study aims to examine crustal structure in the eastern part of central Anatolia using the magnetotelluric (MT) method. MT data have been collected from 37 stations along a north-south 220 km profile crossing in ...
The syn-collisional Danaciobasi biotite leucogranite derived from the crustal thickening in central Anatolia (Kirikkale), Turkey
The Behrekdag composite batholith, which crops out as a huge N-S-trending plutonic body in central Anatolia, Turkey, consists of five mappable granitoid units of Late Cretaceous age. They are (1) the S-type, peraluminous ...