Les complexes volcaniques Rhyolithiques quaternaires d'Anatolie centrale (Göllü Dag et Acigöl, Turquie) : Genèse, instabilité, contraintes environnementales

@inproceedings{Mouralis2002LesCV,
  title={Les complexes volcaniques Rhyolithiques quaternaires d'Anatolie centrale (G{\"o}ll{\"u} Dag et Acig{\"o}l, Turquie) : Gen{\`e}se, instabilit{\'e}, contraintes environnementales},
  author={Damase Mouralis and J. Pastr{\'e} and C. Kuzucuoğlu and Ahmet T{\"u}rkecan and Yelda Atici and Ludovic Slimak and Herv{\'e} Guillou and St{\'e}phane Kunesch},
  year={2002}
}
During the Quaternary, important and rapid environmental changes occurred in central Anatolian in relation with calco-alcaline volcanism. This volcanic activity generated two large rhyolitic complexes integrating calderas, several pyroclastic deposits and lavic extrusions interstratified with various detritic formations. Activity of the Gollu Dag and the Acigol complexes lasted respectively from the lower Pleistocene until the middle Pleistocene, and from the middle Pleistocene until the upper… CONTINUE READING

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