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Ar-40/Ar-39 dating of ignimbrites and plinian air-fall layers from Cappadocia, Central Turkey: Implications to chronostratigraphic and Eastern Mediterranean palaeoenvironmental record
(ELSEVIER GMBH, 2014)
Magmatism forming the Central Anatolian Volcanic Province of Cappadocia, central Turkey, records the last phase of Neotethyan subduction after similar to 11 Ma. Thirteen large calc-alkaline ignimbrite sheets form marker ...
Quaternary bimodal volcanism in the Nigde Volcanic Complex (Cappadocia, central Anatolia, Turkey): age, petrogenesis and geodynamic implications
The late Neogene to Quaternary Cappadocian Volcanic Province (CVP) in central Anatolia is one of the most impressive volcanic fields of Turkey because of its extent and spectacular erosionally sculptured landscape. The ...
MINERALOGY, GEOCHEMISTRY, AND GENESIS OF MUDSTONES IN THE UPPER MIOCENE MUSTAFAPASA MEMBER OF THE URGUP FORMATION IN THE CAPPADOCIA REGION, CENTRAL ANATOLIA, TURKEY
(CLAY MINERALS SOC, 2014)
The Upper Miocene Mustafapasa member of the Urgup Formation in the Cappadocia region consists predominantly of mudstones, sandstone, and conglomerate lenses with ignimbrite and basalt intercalations. The mudstones are an ...