1. The approach adopted here follows the “Total Geology” approach to site appraisal advocated by Peter in his Glossop Lecture and set out at http://environment.uwe.ac.uk/geocal/totalgeology This process driven approach emphasises the complexity of the ground and generally leads to a better understanding.
2. Geologists use a concise vocabulary to encapsulate complex ideas. I have provided hypertext links to http://en.wikipedia.org to explain these terms. I would tear strips off an undergraduate who did the same.
maps and accompanying explanatory notes of the Göcek area and its surroundings
4. Several papers can found at http://web.itu.edu.tr/~okay/AralOkayPapersThematically.htm, including a good summary paper http://web.itu.edu.tr/~okay/makalelerim/91_geology_of_turkey_anschnitt_2008.pdf
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including Tectronics and magmatism in Turkey and the surrounding area