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Clinopyroxene Subgroup from Aegean Sea Plate

  • South Aegean
    • Andros
Reinecke, T. (1986): Crystal chemistry and reaction relations of piemontites and thulites from highly oxidized low grade metamorphic rocks at Vitali, Andros Island, Greece. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 93, 56-76.
  • Izmir Province
    • Aliağa District
Akay, E., & Erdoğan, B. (2004). Evolution of Neogene calc-alkaline to alkaline volcanism in the Aliağa-Foça region (Western Anatolia, Turkey). Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 24(3), 367-387.
    • Urla District
Innocenti, F., & Mazzuoli, R. (1972). Petrology of the Izmir-Karaburun volcanic area (West Turkey). Bulletin Volcanologique, 36(1), 83-104.
  • Muğla Province
    • Bodrum District
Robert, U., Foden, J., & Varne, R. (1992). The Dodecanese Province, SE Aegean: a model for tectonic control on potassic magmatism. Lithos, 28(3-6), 241-260. Burri, C., Tartar, Y., & Weibel, M. (1967). Zur Kenntnis der jungen Vulkanite der Halbinsel Bodrum. Schweiz. Mineral. Petrogr. Mitt, 47, 833-854.
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