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Authors: Goncuoglu, M. C.*
Huseyin, K.*
Title: Early Paleozoic evolution of the NW Gondwanaland: data from southern Turkey and surrounding regions
Title of journal: Gondwana Research
Series/Report no.: 3 (2000)
Publisher: Elsevier
Issue Date: 2000
URL: http://www.gondwanaresearchonline.com/
http://www.elsevier.com/
Keywords: Palaeozoic, evolution, Turkey
Abstract: The Lower Paleozoic assemblages in the E. Meditterranean comprise a Southern (Tauride-Anatolide,SE Anatolia and Central Iranian terranes) and a Northern (Carpathian-Balkan, Istanbul, Zonguldak and the Main Range terranes) Zone. A detailed stratigrapic account is given for these terranes for the Early Paleozoic and their paleogeographical settings are discussed to evaluate the Early Paleozoic geodynamic interpretation of this critical area between Gondwana-Perigondwana and Laurussia..
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04.07.02. Geodynamics

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