Supplemental Material: Paleoenvironmental conditions and drainage evolution of the central Anatolian lake system (Turkey) during late Miocene to Pliocene surface uplift
journal contributionposted on 01.04.2020 by Maud J.M. Meijers; Gilles Y. Brocard; Donna L. Whitney; Andreas Mulch
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Geosphere, April 2020, v. 16, no. 2, 490-509, doi:10.1130/GES02135.1, Supplemental Material. File S1: Extent and connectivity of the lakes based on the stable isotopic record; Figure S1: Pictures of the two subsections of the Büyükkünye section; Figure S2: Satellite imagery of the Zamantı River valley showing the Valibabatepe ignimbrite draping preexisting topography; Figure S3: Picture and satellite imagery of the Özvatan section showing the clastic alluvial fan deposits toward its top; Table S1: All individual δ18O and δ13C results and covariance analysis; and Supplemental KML: KML file with GPS points.