Year 2012, Volume 144, Issue 144, Pages 51 - 74 2012-01-01

JURA-KRETASE YAŞLI AKKUYU FORMASYONUNUN (ORTA TOROSLAR/TÜRKİYE) PROVENANS, TEKTONİK VE REDOKS KOŞULLARINA BİR YAKLAŞIM
AN APPROACH TO PROVENANCE, TECTONIC AND REDOX CONDITIONS OF JURASSIC-CRETACEOUS AKKUYU FORMATION, CENTRAL TAURIDS, TURKEY

Ali SARI [1] , Derya KOCA [2]

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Geç Jura–Erken Kretase yaşlı Akkuyu formasyonu Orta Toroslar bölgesinde denizel karbonat platformunda çökelmiştir. Birimin organik madde içeriği daha çok karadan taşınmış odunsu materyallerden oluşan Tip-III kerojenden meydana gelmiştir. Geç Jura–Erken Kretase dünya ölçeğinde yüzey sularındaki birincil organik üretkenliğe bağlı olarak deniz tabanlarında büyük anoksik olayların meydana geldiği önemli dönemlerden bir tanesidir. Ni, V, U, Cr, Co, Th gibi çeşitli iz elementler kullanılarak Geç Jura–Erken Kretase döneminde Akkuyu formasyonu paleoredoks koşullarının oksik, disoksik ve anoksik koşullarda olduğu ve bu dönemde birincil üretkenliğin oldukça yüksek olduğu belirlenmiştir. İncelenen Akkuyu formasyonu örneklerinin Al2O3 ile SiO2, Fe2O3, TiO2 ve K2O ana oksitleri arasında çok yüksek pozitif bir ilişkinin varlığı görülmektedir. Bu korelasyonlar ana oksitlerin detritik ilişkilerini yansıtmaktadır. Jura-Kretase dönemindeki Kimyasal günlenme incelemeleri Orta Toroslar bölgesinde orta ve yüksek bir günlenme olduğuna işaret eder. K2O/Na2O ile SiO2; SiO2/Al2O3 ile K2O/Na2O; Al2O3/ SiO2 ile Fe2O3 + MgO ve TiO2 ile Fe2O3 + MgO diyagramlarına göre Akkuyu formasyonu kayaç örneklerinin çoğunlukla aktif ve pasif kıtasal kenar boyunca yer aldıkları ve bazalt, bazalt+granit bileşimli kayaçlardan türedikleri belirlenmiştir.

- Late Jurassic-Early Cretaceous Akkuyu formation was deposited in a marine carbonate platform in Central Tarurids. The organic material of the unit is composed of Type III kerogen which is woody material transported from the land. Late Jurassic- Early Cretaceous is an important period which great anoxic events in deep sea bottom occurred due to the primary organic productivity in global sea surface. Use of several trace elements values (Ni, V, U, Cr, Co, Th) revealed that Late Jurassic-Early Cretaceous Akkuyu formation shows oxic, disoxic and anoxic paleoredox conditions. In this period the primary productivity was considerably high. Examination of specimen derived from Akkuyu formation revealed that there exists a very good positive relationship between the major oxides of Al2O3, SiO2, Fe2O3, TiO2, and K2O. These combinations of major oxides indicate a detrital origin of source rock. Chemical weathering evaluations of Central Taurids in the Jurassic-Cretaceous period indicated moderate and strong weathering of source rock. K2O/Na2O versus SiO2; SiO2/Al2O3 versus K2O/Na2O; Al2O3/ SiO2 versus Fe2O3 + MgO ve TiO2 versus Fe2O3 + MgO diagrams indicated that Akkuyu formation was deposited along active and/or passive continental margin and derived from basalt and basalt+granite mixed rocks.

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Author: Ali SARI (Primary Author)

Author: Derya KOCA

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Publication Date: January 1, 2012

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Vancouver SARI A , KOCA D . AN APPROACH TO PROVENANCE, TECTONIC AND REDOX CONDITIONS OF JURASSIC-CRETACEOUS AKKUYU FORMATION, CENTRAL TAURIDS, TURKEY. Bulletin of the Mineral Research and Exploration. 2012; 144(144): 74-51.