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Abstract

ng on the Bashkirian- Moscovian boundary beds, corresponds to the last phase of a glacial period encompassing the interval from the latest Visean (mid-Brigantian) through the Late Bashkirian (Tashastinsky to lowermost Asatausky) and the early phase of a non-glacial period from the latest Bashkirian (Asatausky) to the latest Moscovian. Bashkirian-Moscovian boundary beds, made up of carbonate and mixed siliciclastic-carbonate lithologies, are widely exposed along the Tauride Belt in southern Turkey (Özgül, 1976; Altıner & Özgül, 2001). Three overlapping sections spanning the Lower Bashkirian (Askynbashky) to Lower Moscovian (Solontsovsky) beds have been measured and collected on a bed-by-bed basis.

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2012-09-09
2024-04-19
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