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Linking slab break-off, Hellenic trench retreat, and uplift of the Central and Eastern Anatolian plateaus
Abstract The Central and Eastern Anatolian plateaus are integral parts of the world's third largest orogenic plateau. In the past decade, geophysical surveys have provided insights into the crust,Expand
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Surface expression of eastern Mediterranean slab dynamics: Neogene topographic and structural evolution of the southwest margin of the Central Anatolian Plateau, Turkey
[1] The southwest margin of the Central Anatolian Plateau has experienced multiple phases of topographic growth, including the formation of localized highs prior to the Late Miocene that were laterExpand
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Multi-phased uplift of the southern margin of the Central Anatolian plateau, Turkey: A record of tectonic and upper mantle processes
Abstract Uplifted Neogene marine sediments and Quaternary fluvial terraces in the Mut Basin, southern Turkey, reveal a detailed history of surface uplift along the southern margin of the CentralExpand
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Late Neogene and active orogenic uplift in the Central Pontides associated with the North Anatolian Fault: Implications for the northern margin of the Central Anatolian Plateau, Turkey
[1] Surface uplift at the northern margin of the Central Anatolian Plateau (CAP) is integrally tied to the evolution of the Central Pontides (CP), between the North Anatolian Fault (NAF) and theExpand
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Relative tectonic activity assessment of the Tuz Gölü Fault Zone; Central Anatolia, Turkey
Abstract The Tuz Golu Fault Zone is one of the major tectonic structures in Central Anatolia that can produce seismic hazards. This study provides geomorphic analyses of fault-generated mountainExpand
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Slip Distribution, Fault Geometry, and Fault Segmentation of the 1944 Bolu-Gerede Earthquake Rupture, North Anatolian Fault, Turkey
The 1944 Bolu-Gerede earthquake ( M s 7.3) occurred along the North Anatolian fault in northern Turkey and ruptured for about 180 km of the fault. The surface slip distribution and fault geometry,Expand
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Sedimentary record of late Holocene seismicity and uplift of Hersek restraining bend along the North Anatolian Fault in the Gulf of İzmit
Abstract The North Anatolian Fault (NAF) in the Gulf of Izmit, eastern Marmara Sea, consists of three subsegments linked by bends. The present study focuses on the Hersek Peninsula, which is a ridgeExpand
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Late Pleistocene piedmont glaciations in the Eastern Mediterranean; insights from cosmogenic 36Cl dating of hummocky moraines in southern Turkey
Abstract We report the presence of Late Pleistocene piedmont glaciers represented by the largest hummocky moraine field observed in the Eastern Mediterranean. The piedmont glaciers originated fromExpand
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Misleading old age on a young landform? The dilemma of cosmogenic inheritance in surface exposure dating: Moraines vs. rock glaciers
Abstract Mount Geyikdag in the Taurus Mountain Range in southern Turkey was glaciated during the Late Pleistocene. Several glacial and periglacial landforms such as moraines and rock glaciers areExpand
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Permafrost conditions in the Mediterranean region since the Last Glaciation
The relatively warm climate conditions prevailing today in the Mediterranean region limit cold geomorphological processes only to the highest mountain environments. However, climate variabilityExpand
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