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Spatial patterns of erosion and landscape evolution during active continental extension

the central Menderes Massif (Western Turkey)

Tektonische Prozesse üben eine starke Kontrolle auf die Landschaftsentwicklung in Gebieten aktiver kontinentaler Extension aus und spiegeln sich in der Topographie, Geomorphologie und dem räumlichen Muster der Erosion wider. Die Exhumation des zentralen Menderes Massif (Westtürkei) fand durch die diachrone Aktivität des Gediz und Büyük Menderes detachments statt.

Titel: Spatial patterns of erosion and landscape evolution during active continental extension
Untertitel: the central Menderes Massif (Western Turkey)
Verfasser: Heineke, Caroline GND
Gutachter: Hetzel, Ralf GND
Dokumenttyp: Dissertation/Habilitation
Medientyp: Text
Erscheinungsdatum: 2018
Publikation in MIAMI: 19.02.2019
Datum der letzten Änderung: 19.02.2019
Schlagwörter: Kosmogenes 10Be; Erosionsraten; fault gouge; detachment fault; Landschaftsentwicklung; Wasserreservoire; Menderes Massif
Fachgebiete: Geowissenschaften, Geologie
Sprache: Englisch
Format: PDF-Dokument
URN: urn:nbn:de:hbz:6-45189620695
Permalink: https://nbn-resolving.org/urn:nbn:de:hbz:6-45189620695
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Inhalt:
Acknowledgements ................................................................................................ I
Abstract .................................................................................................................. II
Kurzfassung ............................................................................................................ III
1 Introduction ....................................................................................................... 1
1.1 Landscape evolution during continental extension ................................................ 2
1.2 The central Menderes Massif (Western Turkey) . ...................................................... 3
1.3 Quantification of landscape change ....................................................................... 5
1.4 Erosion and its impact on water resources ............................................................. 8
2 Wölfler et al. (2017): Tectonophysics ................................................................ 10
Late Cenozoic cooling history of the central Menderes Massif: Timing of the
Büyük Menderes detachment and the relative contribution of normal faulting
and erosion to rock exhumation
Wölfler, A., Glotzbach, C., Heineke, C., Nilius, N.-P., Hetzel, R., Hampel, A.,
Akal, C., Dunkl, I.,Christl, M.
3 Heineke et al. (submitted): Geosphere ............................................................ 25
Spatial patterns of erosion and landscape evolution in the central Menderes
Massif (Western Turkey) revealed by cosmogenic 10Be
Heineke, C., Hetzel, R., Nilius, N.-P., Glotzbach, C., Akal, C., Christl, M.,
Hampel, A.
4 Heineke et al. (in prep.): Journal of Structural Geology .................................. 53
Detachment faulting in a bivergent core complex constrained by fault gouge
dating and low-temperature thermochronology
Heineke, C., Hetzel, R., Nilius, N.-P., Zwingmann, H., Todd, A., Mulch, A.,
Wölfler, A., Glotzbach, C., Akal, C., Dunkl, I., Raven, M., Hampel, A.
5 Heineke et al. (2017): Water Resources Research ............................................ 80
Constraints on water reservoir lifetimes from catchment-wide 10Be erosion
rates – A case study from Western Turkey
Heineke, C., Hetzel, R., Akal, C., Christl, M.
6 Summary ........................................................................................................... 100
6.1 Erosion and landscape evolution in the central Menderes Massif ........................... 100
6.2 Timing of detachment faulting ................................................................................ 102
6.3 Erosion and lifespans of water reservoirs in the central Menderes Massif ............... 103
References of chapters 1 and 6 ............................................................................. 105
Curriculum vitae ..................................................................................................... 112