TURKISH JOURNAL OF EARTH SCIENCES
Turkish J Earth Sci
E-ISSN: 1303-619X
ISSN: 1300-0985

The following papers have been accepted for publication but have not yet undergone editing or formatting.

  1. Metamorphism, magmatism and exhumation history of the Tavşanlı Zone, NW Turkey: new petrological constraints
    ŞENEL ÖZDAMAR, GÜRSEL SUNAL, MUHTEREM DEMİROĞLU, CENK YALTIRAK, MEHMET ZEKİ BİLLOR, STOYAN GEORGIEV, WILLIS HAMES, Istvan Dunkl, HALİL CAN AYDIN
    Available online: 29.04.2018
    PDF Last modified on 06.04.2018
    DOI: 10.3906/yer-1712-14 (This number will become active after the manuscript has been selected for inclusion in an issue.)

  2. Calc- alkaline magmatism associated with salt diapirs in the Shurab and Garmsar back- arc areas (Central Basin, Iran): Magma genesis and tectonic implications
    SOMAYEH FALAHATY, MORTAZA SHARIFI, MOUSSA NOGHREYAN, HOMAYON SAFAEI, MOHAMMAD ALI MAKIZADEH
    Available online: 29.04.2018
    PDF Last modified on 05.04.2018
    DOI: 10.3906/yer-1712-16 (This number will become active after the manuscript has been selected for inclusion in an issue.)

  3. Palaeontological evidence and sedimentary facies in a lower Miocene (Aquitanian) succession from the Bingöl mini-basin (Sivas Basin), Central Anatolia
    MEHMET SERKAN AKKİRAZ, ÖZGEN KANGAL, NAZİRE ÖZGEN ERDEM, YEŞİM BÜYÜKMERİÇ, CİHAN DOĞRUÖZ
    Available online: 13.05.2018
    PDF Last modified on 05.05.2018
    DOI: 10.3906/yer-1710-20 (This number will become active after the manuscript has been selected for inclusion in an issue.)

  4. Geochemistry and source characteristics of Dehsard mafic volcanic rocks in the southeast of Sanandaj-Sirjan zone, Iran: Implications for the evolution of Neo-Tethys Ocean
    MOHAMMADALI NAZEMEI, MOHSEN ARVIN, SARA DARGAHI
    Available online: 13.05.2018
    PDF Last modified on 07.05.2018
    DOI: 10.3906/yer-1711-3 (This number will become active after the manuscript has been selected for inclusion in an issue.)

  5. Palynological and petroleum geochemical assessment of the Lower Oligocene Mezardere Formation, Thrace Basin, NW Turkey
    KADİR GÜRGEY, ZÜHTÜ BATI
    Available online: 13.05.2018
    PDF Last modified on 23.04.2018
    DOI: 10.3906/yer-1710-24 (This number will become active after the manuscript has been selected for inclusion in an issue.)