Hydrogeochemical characteristics and the geothermal model of the Altinoluk-Narli area, in the Gulf of Edremit, Aegean Sea

  • N. Talay
  • A.M. Gözübol
  • F.I. Barut
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Abstract

The Altınoluk-Gure region is at the foot of Mount Kazdag. There are many thermal springs to the east of the area (Gure ande Kucukcetmi). Because of the geologic and tectonic settings, it is considered that the Altınoluk-Gure-Narlı area may have a geothermal potential as well. In this study the hydrochemical data were mapped out by sampling from the existing springs and, in order to determine the geothermal potentiality of the region, the relationship between volcanism, tectonics and springs were investigated.

Keywords

Meteoric Water Thermal Water Thermal Spring Lower Triassic Hydrochemical Data 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • N. Talay
    • 1
  • A.M. Gözübol
    • 1
  • F.I. Barut
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of GeologyUniversity of IstanbulAvcılarTurkey
  2. 2.Institute of Marine Sciences and ManagementIstanbul UniversityVefa-Fatih/IstanbulTurkey

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