Eurasian Journal of Soil Science

Volume 1, Issue 2, Sep 2012, Pages 69 - 74

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The morphology, mineralogy, geochemistry and physical ımplications of foid bearing syenite and syenite-carbonate rocks contact zone soils: Kırşehir-Akpınar-Buzlukdağ, Turkey

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Kibar ,M., Deniz,K., Sarıoğlu,F., 2012. The morphology, mineralogy, geochemistry and physical ımplications of foid bearing syenite and syenite-carbonate rocks contact zone soils: Kırşehir-Akpınar-Buzlukdağ, Turkey. Eurasian J Soil Sci 1(2):69 - 74.
Kibar ,M.,Deniz,K.,& Sarıoğlu,F. The morphology, mineralogy, geochemistry and physical ımplications of foid bearing syenite and syenite-carbonate rocks contact zone soils: Kırşehir-Akpınar-Buzlukdağ, Turkey Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, DOI : 10.18393/ejss.2012.2.069-074
Kibar ,M.,Deniz,K., and ,Sarıoğlu,F."The morphology, mineralogy, geochemistry and physical ımplications of foid bearing syenite and syenite-carbonate rocks contact zone soils: Kırşehir-Akpınar-Buzlukdağ, Turkey" Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, DOI : 10.18393/ejss.2012.2.069-074
Kibar ,M.,Deniz,K., and ,Sarıoğlu,F. "The morphology, mineralogy, geochemistry and physical ımplications of foid bearing syenite and syenite-carbonate rocks contact zone soils: Kırşehir-Akpınar-Buzlukdağ, Turkey" Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, DOI : 10.18393/ejss.2012.2.069-074
M,Kibar .K,Deniz.FE,Sarıoğlu "The morphology, mineralogy, geochemistry and physical ımplications of foid bearing syenite and syenite-carbonate rocks contact zone soils: Kırşehir-Akpınar-Buzlukdağ, Turkey" Eurasian J. Soil Sci, vol., no., pp., DOI : 10.18393/ejss.2012.2.069-074
Kibar ,Mümtaz ;Deniz,Kıymet ;Sarıoğlu,Fatma The morphology, mineralogy, geochemistry and physical ımplications of foid bearing syenite and syenite-carbonate rocks contact zone soils: Kırşehir-Akpınar-Buzlukdağ, Turkey. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science,. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.2012.2.069-074

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Kibar , M., Deniz, K., Sarıoğlu, F., E.2012. The morphology, mineralogy, geochemistry and physical ımplications of foid bearing syenite and syenite-carbonate rocks contact zone soils: Kırşehir-Akpınar-Buzlukdağ, Turkey. Eurasian J. Soil Sci. 1(2): 69 - 74.

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Mümtaz Kibar , Ankara University Faculty of Agriculture, Department of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, 06110, Ankara, Turkey & Ankara University Earth Science Application and Research Center, 06110, Ankara, Turkey
Kıymet Deniz , Ankara University Earth Science Application and Research Center, 06110, Ankara, Turkey & Ankara University Faculty of Engineering, Department of Geological Engineering, 06110, Ankara, Turkey
Fatma Sarıoğlu , Ondokuz Mayıs University, Faculty of Agriculture, Department of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, Samsun, 55139, Turkey

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Issue published online: 25 Sep 2012
Article first published online : 06 Sep 2012
Manuscript Accepted : 03 Aug 2012
Manuscript Received: 19 Jan 2012

Abstract

The study area is located to the central part of Central Anatolian Crystalline Complex (CACC). The area mainly composed of Kırşehir metamorphic rocks as the basement units and intruded by syenite, foid syenite and foid diorite. The metamorphic rocks mainly represented by mica schist, chlorite schist, vollastonite marble and marble units. Calcsilicatic minerals and hornfels rocks are observed at the contact of intrusive and metamorphic basement in some parts of the study area. In order to determine morphology, mineralogy, geochemistry and physical properties of the soils two profiles were digged in the area. One of them is located in the foid bearing syenite and the other one is located in the syenite with carbonate rocks contact zone. The petrographical studies reveal that the foid bearing syenite characterised by the presence of nepheline, K-feldspar, plagioclases, Na-amphibole, pyroxene with rare amount of garnet (melanite), titanite and opaque minerals. The marble is mainly composed of calcite and rare amount of wollastonite and opaque minerals. Contact of foid bearing syenite profile is lythic xerorthent, and the other one is described as a typical haploxeroll. They contain important morphological, mineralogical, geochemical and physical differences. It was found that these differences belong to the composition of the host rock of the region.

Keywords

Land-cover, LANDSAT, automatic classification, soil – vegetation, correlation

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References

Akıman, O., Erler, A., Göncüoğlu, M.C., Güleç, N., Güven, A., Türeli, T.K., Kadıoğlu, Y.K., 1993. Geohemical characteristics of granitoids along the Western Margin of The Central Anatolian crystalline complex and their tectonic implications. Geological Journal 28, 371-382.

Bouyoucos, G.J. 1951. A recalibration of the hydrometer method for making mechanical analysis of soils. Agronomy Journal 43, 435-438.

Dahlgeren, R.H., Boettinger,J.L., Huntington, G.L., Amundson, R.G., 1997. Soil development along an evoluational transect in the western Sierra Nevada, California. Geoderma 78, 207-236.

Dengiz, O., Göl, C., Karaca, S., Yüksel, M., 2006. Effects of different landscape position and parent material on soil variability and land use in both sides of Acicay river-Çankırı. 5th International Soil Meeting (ISM) on Soil Sustaining Life on Earth, Managing Soil and Technology: May 22- 26, 2006 Şanlıurfa, Turkey

Dengiz, O.,Başkan, O., 2010.. Characterization of soil profile developmet on differet ladscape in semi–arid Region of Turkey a case study; Ankara-Soğulca catchmet. Anadolu Tarım Bilimleri Dergisi 25 (2), 106-112.

Deniz, K., 2010.. Buzlukdağ (Kırşehir) alkali magmatik kayaçların jeolojisi, petrolojisi ve konfokal Raman spektrometresi ile incelenmesi. Ankara Üniversitesi, Fen Bilimleri Enstitüsü Yüksek Lisans Tezi. 138 s. [in Turkish]

FAO/ISRIC., 2006. World references base for soil resources. World Soil Rep., No,103. Rome, 128p.

Göncüoğlu, M. C., Toprak, V., Kuşcu, İ., Erler, A., Olgun, E., 1991. Orta Anadolu masifinin batı bölümünün jeolojisi, Bölüm 1-Güney Kesim. TPAO Rapor, No. 2909, 140 s., [in Turkish]

Graham, R.C., Boul, S.W., 1990. Soil-geomorphic relations on the Blue Ridge Front. II: Soil Characteristics and Pedogenesis. Soil Science Society America Journal 54,1367-1377.

Jenny, H., 1980. The soil resource. Springer-Verlag, New York, 377 pp.

Kadıoğlu, Y. K., Dilek, Y., Foland, K.A., 2006. Slab break-off and syncollisional origin of the Late Cretaceous magmatism in the Central Anatolian Crystalline Complex. Geological Society of America 409, 381-415.

Lark, R.M., 1999. Soil-landform relationships at within-field scales: an investigation using continuous classification. Geoderma, 92, 141-165.

McFadden, L.D., Knuepfer, P.L.K., 1990. Soil Geomorphology: The linkage of Pedology and Superficial Processes. In: Knuepfer, P.L.K., McFadden, L.D. (Eds), Soils and Landscape evaluation. Geomorphology 3, 197-205.

Nelson, D.W., Sommers, L.E., 1982. Total carbon, organic carbon and organic matter. In: Page, L.A., Miller, R.H., Keeney, D.R (Eds.), Methods of Soil Analysis, Part 2. Chemical and microbiological methods (2nd ed). American Society of Agronomy, Madison, WI, pp. 539-579

Ruhe, R.V., 1956. Geomorphic surface and the nature of soils. Soil Science 82, 441-445.

Soil Survey Staff, 1992. Procedures for collecting soil samples and methods of analysis for soil survey. Soil Surv. Invest. Rep. I. U.S. Gov. Print. Office, Washington D.C. USA.

Soil Survey Staff, 1993. Soil survey manual. USDA Handbook. No: 18, Washington D.C. USA.

Soil Survey Staff, 1999. Soil taxonomy. A basic of soil classification for making and interpreting Soil Survey. USDA Handbook No: 436, Washington D.C.

Abstract

The study area is located to the central part of Central Anatolian Crystalline Complex (CACC). The area mainly composed of Kırşehir metamorphic rocks as the basement units and intruded by syenite, foid syenite and foid diorite. The metamorphic rocks mainly represented by mica schist, chlorite schist, vollastonite marble and marble units. Calcsilicatic minerals and hornfels rocks are observed at the contact of intrusive and metamorphic basement in some parts of the study area. In order to determine morphology, mineralogy, geochemistry and physical properties of the soils two profiles were digged in the area. One of them is located in the foid bearing syenite and the other one is located in the syenite with carbonate rocks contact zone. The petrographical studies reveal that the foid bearing syenite characterised by the presence of nepheline, K-feldspar, plagioclases, Na-amphibole, pyroxene with rare amount of garnet (melanite), titanite and opaque minerals. The marble is mainly composed of calcite and rare amount of wollastonite and opaque minerals. Contact of foid bearing syenite profile is lythic xerorthent, and the other one is described as a typical haploxeroll. They contain important morphological, mineralogical, geochemical and physical differences. It was found that these differences belong to the composition of the host rock of the region. 

Keywords: Land-cover, LANDSAT, automatic classification, soil – vegetation, correlation

References

Akıman, O., Erler, A., Göncüoğlu, M.C., Güleç, N., Güven, A., Türeli, T.K., Kadıoğlu, Y.K., 1993. Geohemical characteristics of granitoids along the Western Margin of The Central Anatolian crystalline complex and their tectonic implications. Geological Journal 28, 371-382.

Bouyoucos, G.J. 1951. A recalibration of the hydrometer method for making mechanical analysis of soils. Agronomy Journal 43, 435-438.

Dahlgeren, R.H., Boettinger,J.L., Huntington, G.L., Amundson, R.G., 1997. Soil development along an evoluational transect in the western Sierra Nevada, California. Geoderma 78, 207-236.

Dengiz, O., Göl, C., Karaca, S., Yüksel, M., 2006. Effects of different landscape position and parent material on soil variability and land use in both sides of Acicay river-Çankırı. 5th International Soil Meeting (ISM) on Soil Sustaining Life on Earth, Managing Soil and Technology: May 22- 26, 2006 Şanlıurfa, Turkey

Dengiz, O.,Başkan, O., 2010.. Characterization of soil profile developmet on differet ladscape in semi–arid Region of Turkey a case study; Ankara-Soğulca catchmet. Anadolu Tarım Bilimleri Dergisi 25 (2), 106-112.

Deniz, K., 2010.. Buzlukdağ (Kırşehir) alkali magmatik kayaçların jeolojisi, petrolojisi ve konfokal Raman spektrometresi ile incelenmesi. Ankara Üniversitesi, Fen Bilimleri Enstitüsü Yüksek Lisans Tezi. 138 s. [in Turkish]

FAO/ISRIC., 2006. World references base for soil resources. World Soil Rep., No,103. Rome, 128p.

Göncüoğlu, M. C., Toprak, V., Kuşcu, İ., Erler, A., Olgun, E., 1991. Orta Anadolu masifinin batı bölümünün jeolojisi, Bölüm 1-Güney Kesim. TPAO Rapor, No. 2909, 140 s., [in Turkish]

Graham, R.C., Boul, S.W., 1990. Soil-geomorphic relations on the Blue Ridge Front. II: Soil Characteristics and Pedogenesis. Soil Science Society America Journal 54,1367-1377.

Jenny, H., 1980. The soil resource. Springer-Verlag, New York, 377 pp.

Kadıoğlu, Y. K., Dilek, Y., Foland, K.A., 2006. Slab break-off and syncollisional origin of the Late Cretaceous magmatism in the Central Anatolian Crystalline Complex. Geological Society of America 409, 381-415.

Lark, R.M., 1999. Soil-landform relationships at within-field scales: an investigation using continuous classification. Geoderma, 92, 141-165.

McFadden, L.D., Knuepfer, P.L.K., 1990. Soil Geomorphology: The linkage of Pedology and Superficial Processes. In: Knuepfer, P.L.K., McFadden, L.D. (Eds), Soils and Landscape evaluation. Geomorphology 3, 197-205.

Nelson, D.W., Sommers, L.E., 1982. Total carbon, organic carbon and organic matter. In: Page, L.A., Miller, R.H., Keeney, D.R (Eds.), Methods of Soil Analysis, Part 2. Chemical and microbiological methods (2nd ed). American Society of Agronomy, Madison, WI, pp. 539-579

Ruhe, R.V., 1956. Geomorphic surface and the nature of soils. Soil Science 82, 441-445.

Soil Survey Staff, 1992. Procedures for collecting soil samples and methods of analysis for soil survey. Soil Surv. Invest. Rep. I. U.S. Gov. Print. Office, Washington D.C. USA.

Soil Survey Staff, 1993. Soil survey manual. USDA Handbook. No: 18, Washington D.C. USA.

Soil Survey Staff, 1999. Soil taxonomy. A basic of soil classification for making and interpreting Soil Survey. USDA Handbook No: 436, Washington D.C.



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