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Authors: Cipollari, P.*
Cosentino, D.*
Radeff, G.*
Schildgen, T. F.*
Faranda, C.*
Grossi, F.*
Gliozzi, E.*
Smedile, A.*
Gennari, R.*
Darbas, G.*
Dudas, F. O.*
Gurbuz, K.*
Nazik, A.*
Hechtler, H.*
Title: Easternmost Mediterranean evidence of the Zanclean flooding event and subsequent surface uplift: Adana Basin, southern Turkey
Issue Date: 2012
URL: http://sp.lyellcollection.org/content/early/2012/09/03/SP372.5
Keywords: Lago–Mare deposits
Adana Basin
southern Turkey
Abstract: According to the literature, the Adana Basin, at the easternmost part of the Mediterranean Basin in southern Turkey, records the Pliocene stage with shallow-marine to fluvial deposits. Our micropalaeontological analysis of samples from the Adana Basin reveal Late Lago–Mare biofacies with Paratethyan ostracod assemblages pertaining to the Loxocorniculina djafarovi zone. Grey clays rich in planktonic foraminifera lie above the Lago–Mare deposits. Within the grey clays, the continuous occurrence of the calcareous nannofossil Reticulofenestra zancleana and the base of the Reticulofenestra pseudoumbilicus paracme points to an Early Zanclean age (5.332–5.199 Ma). Both ostracod and benthic foraminifera indicate epibathyal and bathyal environments. 87Sr/86Sr measurements on planktonic and benthic foraminifera fall below the mean global ocean value for the Early Zanclean, indicating potentially insufficient mixing of low 87Sr/86Sr Mediterranean brackish ‘Lago–Mare’ water with the global ocean in the earliest Pliocene.We utilize the ages and palaeodepths of the marine sediments together with their modern elevations to determine uplift rates of the Adana Basin of 0.06 to 0.13 mm a21 since 5.2–5.3 Ma (total uplift of 350–650 m) from surface data, and 0.02–0.13 mm a21 since c. 1.8 Ma (total uplift of 30–230 m) from subsurface data.
Appears in Collections:Book chapters
04.04.09. Structural geology
04.04.10. Stratigraphy

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