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Article: A review of the nature of magmatism in Central Anatolia during the mesozoic post-collisional period

TitleA review of the nature of magmatism in Central Anatolia during the mesozoic post-collisional period
Authors
Issue Date2001
PublisherTaylor & Francis Inc. The Journal's web site is located at http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/TIGR
Citation
International Geology Review, 2001, v. 43 n. 8, p. 695-710 How to Cite?
AbstractMagmatism in central Anatolia is characterized by petrographically and chemically distinct granitic and syenitic rocks. The granitic magmatism comprises C-type (crustal-derived) and H-type (hybrid) monzogranites and monzonites. Garnet-bearing C-type leucogranites represent the oldest magmatic phase, but younger hornblende ± biotite ± K-feldspar H-type plutons dominate the geology of the Central Anatolian Crystalline Complex (CACC). These typically include mafic microgranular enclaves. The granitic magmatism predates syenitic intrusions, among which quartz-bearing syenites were emplaced prior to feldspathoid-bearing ones. The nature of magmatism in central Anatolia varies through time from peraluminous to metaluminous to alkaline. These different magma types reflect distinct stages of post-collisional magmatism, in which interaction between crust and mantle varied considerably. The C-type granites of the early stages of post-collisional magmatism were likely derived by partial melting of the lower continental crust induced by mafic magma underplating as a result of lithospheric delamination. The H-type granites and syenites of the mature and advanced stages of post-collisional magmatism indicate a significant contribution from mantle-derived magma within a continuous or episodic extensional tectonic regime.
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dc.contributor.authorMalpas, Jen_US
dc.contributor.authorGöncüoglu, MCen_US
dc.contributor.authorErler, Aen_US
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dc.date.issued2001en_US
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dc.description.abstractMagmatism in central Anatolia is characterized by petrographically and chemically distinct granitic and syenitic rocks. The granitic magmatism comprises C-type (crustal-derived) and H-type (hybrid) monzogranites and monzonites. Garnet-bearing C-type leucogranites represent the oldest magmatic phase, but younger hornblende ± biotite ± K-feldspar H-type plutons dominate the geology of the Central Anatolian Crystalline Complex (CACC). These typically include mafic microgranular enclaves. The granitic magmatism predates syenitic intrusions, among which quartz-bearing syenites were emplaced prior to feldspathoid-bearing ones. The nature of magmatism in central Anatolia varies through time from peraluminous to metaluminous to alkaline. These different magma types reflect distinct stages of post-collisional magmatism, in which interaction between crust and mantle varied considerably. The C-type granites of the early stages of post-collisional magmatism were likely derived by partial melting of the lower continental crust induced by mafic magma underplating as a result of lithospheric delamination. The H-type granites and syenites of the mature and advanced stages of post-collisional magmatism indicate a significant contribution from mantle-derived magma within a continuous or episodic extensional tectonic regime.en_US
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dc.titleA review of the nature of magmatism in Central Anatolia during the mesozoic post-collisional perioden_US
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