Geology of the ignimbrites and the associated volcano-plutonic complex of the Ezine area, northwestern Anatolia

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doi: 10.1016/S0377-0273(98)00058-4
Authors:Karacik, Z.; Yilmaz, Y.
Author Affiliations:Primary:
I.T.U. Maden Fak., Jeoloji Bolumu, Istanbul, Turkey
Volume Title:Volcanism in Anatolia
Volume Authors:Gourgaud, Alain, editor
Source:Volcanism in Anatolia, edited by Alain Gourgaud. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 85(1-4), p.251-264. Publisher: Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands. ISSN: 0377-0273
Publication Date:1998
Note:In English. 54 refs.; illus., incl. 1 table, sketch map
Summary:The Ezine region is located in the northwestern part of Anatolia where young granitic and volcanic rocks are widespread and show close spatial and temporal association. In this region magmatism began with the Kestanbol granite, which intruded into metamorphic basement rocks, and formed contact metamorphic aureole. To the east and southeast the pluton is surrounded by hypabyssal rocks, which in turn, are surrounded by volcanic associations. The volcanic rocks may be divided into two main groups on the basis of their lithological properties. Lavas and lahar deposits dominate the northern sector while ignimbrites dominate the southern sector. The ignimbrite eruptions were formed partly coevally with the plutonic and the associated volcanic rocks during the early Miocene. They appear to have been associated in a caldera collapse environment. Geochemical properties of the plutonic and the associated volcanic assemblages indicate that the magmas are hybrid and co-genetic and, were formed from a similar mantle source, under a compressional regime prior to the opening of the present E-W-trending graben of the Aegean western Anatolian region. Abstract Copyright (1998) Elsevier, B.V.
Sections:Petrology
Subsections:Volcanology
Subjects:Aureoles; Basalts; Cenozoic; Compression; Emplacement; Eruptions; Geochemistry; Granites; Igneous rocks; Ignimbrite; Intrusions; Lithofacies; Magmas; Mid-ocean ridge basalts; Mineral assemblages; Miocene; Neogene; Petrology; Plutonic rocks; Plutons; Provenance; Pyroclastics; Tertiary; Volcanic rocks; Volcanism; Volcanoes; Anatolia; Asia; Middle East; Turkey; Ezine Turkey
Coordinates:N393000 N395000 E0264000 E0262000
Abstract Numbers:99M/3206
Record ID:1999014992
Copyright Information:GeoRef, Copyright 2019 American Geosciences Institute. Reference includes data from CAPCAS, Elsevier Scientific Publishers, Amsterdam, Netherlands
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