Holocene coastal change in the ancient harbor of Yenikapı–İstanbul and its impact on cultural history

@article{Algan2011HoloceneCC,
  title={Holocene coastal change in the ancient harbor of Yenikapı–İstanbul and its impact on cultural history},
  author={Oya Algan and M. Namık Yalçın and Mehmet {\"O}zdoǧan and Y{\"u}cel Yılmaz and Erol Sarı and Elmas Kırcı-Elmas and İsak Yılmaz and {\"O}zlem Bulkan and Demet Ongan and Cem Gazioğlu and Atike Nazik and Mehmet Ali Polat and Engin Meriç},
  journal={Quaternary Research},
  year={2011},
  volume={76},
  pages={30 - 45}
}
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