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The Late Cretaceous calc-alkaline to alkaline plutons in the Central Anatolian crystalline complex are intrusive into metamorphic and ophiolitic rocks and mark a major magmatic pulse in the late Mesozoic evolution of the eastern Mediterranean region. We grouped the plutonic rocks with similar mineral and chemical compositions and inferred genetic relations into the granite, monzonite, and syenite supersuites. Granitic plutons mainly occur along the western edge of the Central Anatolian crystalline complex, whereas syenitic plutons form smaller bodies that crop out in the inner part. The granite supersuite is composed of granitic to granodioritic rocks, and the monzonite supersuite consists...

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