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Geochemical and geochronological relationships between granitoid plutons of the Biga Peninsula, NW Turkey
The Aegean Sea is considered to be a classic back-arc basin. Back-arc basins may develop by active processes including retreat of the overriding plate or upwelling from the subducting slab. Alternatively, back-arc basins ...
Geochemistry and geochronology of meta-igneous rocks from the Tokat Massif, north-central Turkey
Located in the Sakarya Zone of the eastern Pontides, the Tokat Massif is a Permian-Triassic metamorphic, volcanic, and sedimentary group of rocks cut by strands of the active strike-slip North Anatolian Shear Zone (NASZ). ...
Remote sensing, geochemistry, geochronology, and cathodoluminescence imaging of the Egrigoz, Koyunoba, and Alacam plutons, Northern Menderes Massif, Turkey
The Egrigoz, Koyunoba, and Alacam plutons are located in the Northern Menderes Massif of western Turkey between the Simav normal fault to the south and the Izmir-Ankara-Erzincan suture to the north. Although much attention ...