Interaction of Asthenospheric and Lithospheric Mantle: The Genesis of Calc-alkaline Volcanism at Erciyes Volcano, Central Anatolia, Turkey

@article{Krkcoglu2004InteractionOA,
  title={Interaction of Asthenospheric and Lithospheric Mantle: The Genesis of Calc-alkaline Volcanism at Erciyes Volcano, Central Anatolia, Turkey},
  author={Biltan K{\"u}rkc{\"u}oglu and E. Şen and A. Temel and E. Aydar and A. Gourgaud},
  journal={International Geology Review},
  year={2004},
  volume={46},
  pages={243 - 258}
}
The quaternary Erciyes stratovolcano and its associated monogenetic cones exhibit tholeiitic, alkaline, and calc-alkaline suites, with the calc-alkaline series dominating. Calc-alkaline products are andesitic, dacitic, and rhyodacitic, showing moderate to low MgO and high K2O, plus LIL and HFS element contents. The andesites display trace-element patterns similar to those of the Central Mexican Volcanic belt, the Colville igneous complex (northeastern Washington, USA) and the Taos Plateau… Expand
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