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Landscapes and Landforms of Turkey

By: Catherine Kuzucuoglu(Editor), Attila Ciner(Editor), Nizamettin Kazanci(Editor)
935 pages, 468 colour & 15 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
Landscapes and Landforms of Turkey
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  • Landscapes and Landforms of Turkey ISBN: 9783030035136 Hardback Jan 2019 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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This book on Turkish geomorphology offers location descriptions, based on their dynamics and evolution processes, including hydrology, tectonics, volcanism, slopes, coasts, ice/snow, and wind. It presents landforms as a result of evolution (Quaternary, Holocene, historic) and in relation to the elements determining and/or impacting this evolution (vegetation, soil, hydrology, geology, climate, sea level and human action) as well as the resulting landscapes. Richly illustrated with pictures from each site, including geomorphological maps and sections, it explains the risks associated with the geomorphological dynamics (on local and global scales), natural and/or cultural heritage (archaeology, prehistory, history, architectural specifications adapted to the landscape), as well as challenges for human society (endangered landscape, protection/conservation rules/statutes, posters/paintings.).


- Eastern Anatolia
- Nemrut and Suphan volcanoes
- Lake Van: evolution and geomorphology, palaenvironmental records
- The red valley of happiness
- Today and past glaciers of Cilo and Bitlis
- The Coruh valley and the Kars plateau
- South-East
- The craddle of history: the valleys of the Euphrates and Tigris
- Pontus, from East to West
- The Kackar glacier and highland pastures
- North Anatolian karst system
- Sinop and the Black Sea coast Cengiz Yildirim
- Amasya Korhan Erturac
- Lower Sakarya basin and Bolu Mountains
- North Anatolian fault Celal Sengoer
- Marmara sea and the Bosphorus
- Aegean
- Dardanelles, Troya and the Mount Ida
- Goekova Koerfezi, Gulluk koerfezi, Efes, Kusadasi, Bafa
- Buyuk Menderes river
- Kula valley and volcanoes
- Ulubey Kanyon
- Sardes: an antic town Gurol Seyitoglu
- Mediterranean
- Datca/OElu Deniz/Patara (PN)
- Antalya travertines
- The Mediterranean kanyons and Taurus suspended valleys
- The Samandag plain
- Central-Taurus and Lake District
- The lake district, from Aksehir to Beysehir
- Pamukkale travertine
- Central Anatolia
- Kizilcahamam fossils and petrified forest
- Tuz Goelu, the largest salt lake of Europe
- Konya plain and plateau
- Goelludag and Hasan dag volcanoes and Prehistorian societies
- Erciyes and Sultansazligi marshes
- Aladaglar
- Cappadocia: Fairy Chimneys and underground cities
- General
- Glacial heritage landscapes in Anatolia

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Prof. Catherine Kuzucuoglu, the lead Editor, is Research Director in geomorphology and palaeoenvironments at the Laboratory of Physical Geography ofCNRS-INEE/Paris-1 University, at Meudon (France). Attila Ciner, the second editor, is geologist and Director of Eurasia Institute of Earth Sciences at Istanbul Technical University, Turkey. Nizamettin Kazanci, the third editor, is geologist and recently retired from Ankara University, Turkey.

By: Catherine Kuzucuoglu(Editor), Attila Ciner(Editor), Nizamettin Kazanci(Editor)
935 pages, 468 colour & 15 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
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