EPSL paper on the oldest extensional region in the Mediterranean and its implications for Eastern Mediterranean slab segmentation

The study of the kinematics of the Late Cretaceous to Early Eocene sediments of the Ulukışla Basin in Central southern Turkey has identified a major extensional structure that has in part exhumed high-pressure metamorphic rocks: the Ivriz Detachment. Check it out here!

Documenting one of the surface expressions of large scale extension that affected the central and southern Anatolian region – the Ivriz Detachment

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