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Tectonics of Turkey and Iran and Comparison with Other Tethyan Domains A special Issue of “The Journal of Earth Science”

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A special Issue of “The Journal of Earth Science”

Guest Editors, Timothy Kusky1and Ali Faghih2 Robert J. Stern3and A.M. CelalSengor4 


1 China University of Geosciences, Wuhan, China

2 Shiraz University, Iran

3 University of Texas, Dallas, USA

4 Istanbul Technical University, Turkey


The geological evolution of Turkey and Iran is complex and plays an important role in understanding the tectonics of various Tethyan tectonic domains, including Proto-, Paleo-, and Neo-Tethys. We invite contributions to this special issue that describe different tectonic elements of Turkey and Iran and compare them with other Tethyan tectonic elements in the Tethyan Domains of Asia, Europe, and surrounding regions. We welcome contributions from all fields, including tectonics, structural geology, petrology, geochemistry, paleogeography, petroleum geology, mineral deposits, paleontology, and stratigraphy.

 Deadline for manuscript submission: September 1, 2015

Completion of first round review: Oct. 15 2015

Deadline for revised manuscripts: Nov. 1, 2015

Completion of the review and revision process:  Nov. 31, 2015

Possible date for publication: April 2016

Manuscripts should be submitted on-line at:

Journal of Earth Science (ISSN 1674-487X, Online ISSN 1867-111X) is issued bimonthly through China University of Geosciences, and published by Springer. The bimonthly English journal strives to cover all branches of geology and related technology in the exploration and utilization of earth resources, namely, geology, petrology, mineralogy, ore deposit geology, tectonics, paleontology, stratigraphy, sedimentology, geochemistry, geophysics, environmental sciences, etc. Submissions of original articles in English from scientists both in China and around the World on relevant subjects are welcome. All articles are reviewed by two or more referees for scholarly presentation, technical merit, quality of scientific content, and utility of the results for practicing geologists. The Editorial Committee reserves the final decision concerning the acceptance of a paper.

Articles should discuss new theories, methods and discoveries, recent achievements in the geosciences, as well as timely reviews on selected subjects. Articles should contain original data and facts which support the conclusions. Manuscripts should conform to the guidelines in the instructions for authors.

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