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EVOLUTION OF TURKEY : A PLATE TECTONIC APPROACH

@inproceedings{Senggr2002EVOLUTIONOT,
  title={EVOLUTION OF TURKEY : A PLATE TECTONIC APPROACH},
  author={A. M. C. Senggr and Y. Yılmaz},
  year={2002}
}
Sengor, A.M.C. and Yilmaz, Y., 1981. Tethyan evolution of Turkey: a plate tectonic approach. Tectonophysics, 75: 181-241. The Tethyan evolution of Turkey may be divided into two main phases, namely a Palaeo-Tethyan and a Neo-Tethyan, although they partly overlap in time. The PalaeoTethyan evolution was governed by the main south-dipping (present geographic orientation) subduction zone of Palaeo-Tethys beneath northern Turkey during the PermoLiassic interval. During the Permian the entire… Expand

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