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Journal Article
Published: 09 February 2021
Geological Magazine (2021) 158 (8): 1358–1370.
...Guohui Chen; Alastair H. F. Robertson Abstract Felsic tuff as a direct fallout deposit is known from one small area in the Kyrenia Range, north Cyprus, within deep-sea terrigenous turbidites. Nearby tuffaceous siltstones contain compositionally similar felsic volcanic rocks ( c. 5–10%), mixed...
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Journal Article
Published: 03 June 2016
Journal of the Geological Society (2016) 173 (6): 933–948.
...Romesh N. Palamakumbura; Alastair H. F. Robertson; Tim C. Kinnaird; Peter van Calsteren; Dick Kroon; Jenny A. Tait Abstract The Kyrenia Range underwent tectonically driven uplift during the Pliocene to Pleistocene in response to the interaction of various tectonic processes. To understand...
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Journal Article
Published: 25 September 2013
Geological Magazine (2014) 151 (4): 692–731.
..., metamorphic and tectonic processes related to ocean basin closure and continental collision. The Kyrenia Range in the north of Cyprus ( Fig. 1 ) provides useful insights into such processes. The range is here loosely divided into Western, Central and Eastern ranges, plus the Karpas...
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Series: Geological Society, London, Special Publications, Geological Society, London, Special Publications
Published: 01 January 2013
DOI: 10.1144/SP372.6
EISBN: 9781862396357
.... An important compressional phase occurred during the Late Miocene–earliest Pliocene when the allochthonous core of the Girne (Kyrenia) Range was thrust southwards over Miocene and older units to form the present frontal thrust of the Girne (Kyrenia) Range (where not concealed by Pleistocene deposits). The Dar...
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Journal Article
Published: 31 August 2011
Geological Magazine (2012) 149 (2): 264–290.
...ALASTAIR H. F. ROBERTSON; KEMAL TASLI; NURDAN İNAN Abstract Sedimentary geology and planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy have shed light on the geological development of the northern, active continental margin of the Southern Neotethys in the Kyrenia Range. Following regional Triassic rifting...
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Comparative generalized stratigraphic sections of the <b>Kyrenia</b> <b>Range</b> and the...
Published: 11 March 2021
Fig. 3. Comparative generalized stratigraphic sections of the Kyrenia Range and the surrounding region. (A) According to the data compiled from previous studies (i.e., Ducloz 1972 ; Baroz 1979 ; Hakyemez, 2014 ; Robertson et al. 2012 a , 2012 b ; Palamakumbura and Robertson 2018
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The generalized stratigraphic section of the <b>Kyrenia</b> <b>Range</b> to show relative...
Published: 11 March 2021
Fig. 7. The generalized stratigraphic section of the Kyrenia Range to show relative positions of the rock units in the accompanying photos. (A) Ophiolitic mélange, in which are tectonically mixed, severely sheared, and brecciated pelagic sedimentary rocks consisting of radiolarite (P.lst.Rad
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(A) Google photo showing an easterly view of the <b>Kyrenia</b> <b>Range</b>. The photo d...
Published: 11 March 2021
Fig. 8. (A) Google photo showing an easterly view of the Kyrenia Range. The photo displays major fault groups. (1) Major thrust denoted by thick red lines with teeth on the hanging wall; TF, Front of major thrust along which the Kyrenia Range was thrust above the post Miocene sedimentary rocks
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Correlations of the rock-stratigraphic units from the <b>Kyrenia</b> <b>Range</b> in Cypr...
Published: 11 March 2021
Fig. 12. Correlations of the rock-stratigraphic units from the Kyrenia Range in Cyprus to the Misis–Andırın and Amanos ranges in southern Anatolia. [Colour online.]
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A view from the Mallıdağ area to the southern flank of the <b>Kyrenia</b> <b>Range</b> sh...
Published: 11 March 2021
Fig. 15. A view from the Mallıdağ area to the southern flank of the Kyrenia Range showing tectonically imbricated deep-sea units and ophiolitic mélange. OM, ophiolitic mélange, Plst, Paleocene–Eocene pelagic limestone; LMF, lower Miocene flysch. The white arrows indicate attitude of north-dipping
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Summary log of the lithologies making up the <b>Kyrenia</b> <b>Range</b>, Cyprus. Note th...
Published: 31 May 2019
Fig. 6. Summary log of the lithologies making up the Kyrenia Range, Cyprus. Note the parts of the succession sampled for zircon dating. Simplified from Robertson & Woodcock (1986) and McCay & Robertson (2012) . Abbreviations: S, south of the Kyrenia Range; N, north of the Kyrenia Range.
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Outline geological map of the <b>Kyrenia</b> <b>Range</b> showing sample locations. Modif...
Published: 31 May 2019
Fig. 7. Outline geological map of the Kyrenia Range showing sample locations. Modified after Baroz (1979) , Robertson & Woodcock (1986) and Robertson et al. (2012 b ) .
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Outline tectonic map showing the location of the <b>Kyrenia</b> <b>Range</b> in the easte...
Published: 25 September 2013
Figure 1. Outline tectonic map showing the location of the Kyrenia Range in the easternmost Mediterranean region. Upper Cretaceous ophiolites are potential sources of debris in the Eocene sedimentary rocks discussed. Also indicated are the main tectonic
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Outline geological map of the <b>Kyrenia</b> <b>Range</b>, which is subdivided into the W...
Published: 25 September 2013
Figure 2. Outline geological map of the Kyrenia Range, which is subdivided into the Western, Central and Eastern ranges and the Karpas Peninsula; i–iv: local cross-sections shown in Figure 6 ; 1–7: measured sedimentary logs shown in Figure 9 ; a–h
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Outline of the <b>Kyrenia</b> <b>Range</b> geology showing the places mentioned in the te...
Published: 25 September 2013
Figure 3. Outline of the Kyrenia Range geology showing the places mentioned in the text (Turkish and Greek equivalents in most cases). Outcrop of the Kalaograia–Ardana (Bahçeli–Ardahan) Formation is shaded.
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Summary stratigraphy of the <b>Kyrenia</b> <b>Range</b>, from Robertson, Taslı and İnan (...
Published: 25 September 2013
Figure 4. Summary stratigraphy of the Kyrenia Range, from Robertson, Taslı and İnan ( 2012 b ).
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Structural profiles of the <b>Kyrenia</b> <b>Range</b> illustrating the relative roles of...
Published: 25 September 2013
Figure 23. Structural profiles of the Kyrenia Range illustrating the relative roles of the Late Eocene versus Late Miocene thrusting. See Figures 2 and 3 for locations. Note the setting of the Middle Eocene Kalaograia–Ardana (Bahçeli–Ardahan
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Plate tectonic model for the development of the <b>Kyrenia</b> <b>Range</b> in light of e...
Published: 25 September 2013
Figure 26. Plate tectonic model for the development of the Kyrenia Range in light of evidence from the Middle Eocene Kalaograia–Ardana (Bahçeli–Ardahan) Formation. (a) The Kyrenia Range originated as a rifted platform (microcontinent) between North Africa
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Simplified geological map of Cyprus indicating the Girne (<b>Kyrenia</b>) <b>Range</b>, t...
Published: 29 October 2012
Figure 1. Simplified geological map of Cyprus indicating the Girne (Kyrenia) Range, the Troodos Massif and the Mesarya (Mesaoria) Basin. Note also the main fault lineaments in the field area, the Değirmenlik (Kythrea) Fault and the Dar Dere (Ovgos) Fault. Inset
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Simplified cross-sections of the Girne (<b>Kyrenia</b>) <b>Range</b>. (a) Western&#x2F;central...
Published: 29 October 2012
Figure 2. Simplified cross-sections of the Girne (Kyrenia) Range. (a) Western/central Girne (Kyrenia) Range; (b) eastern range. In contrast to further west, the eastern part of the range lacks an axial zone of Mesozoic platform carbonates, while sedimentary