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Data on the reproductive biology of two Anguids in Turkey
(Universitatea din Oradea, 2021)
Information on the reproduction biology of Anguis fragilis complex and Pseudopus apodus living in Turkey was very limited or rare. Here we dissected a total of 80 female Anguid (61 A. fragilis complex and 19 P. apodus) ...
Geoheritage in a Mythical and Volcanic Terrain: an Inventory and Assessment Study for Geopark and Geotourism, Nemrut Volcano (Bitlis, Eastern Turkey)
Mt. Nemrut (Nemrut volcano or caldera) is a quiescent Quaternary volcano situated in Eastern Anatolia (Turkey) near the western shore of Lake Van. The onset of Nemrut volcanism comprised lava flows and the formation of ...
An Under‑Recognised Geoarchaeological Heritage Asset in Turkey: Dana Island, Mersin
Carbonate eolianites on Turkey’s 8333-km long coastline are extremely rare occurrences. Following pioneering studies at Bozcaada Island and Şile on the Aegean and Black Sea coasts, respectively, a new eolian geosite was ...
Possible misconceptions about solid friction
(American Physical Society, 2021)
This study aims to make a thematic classification of possible misconceptions about solid friction by reviewing papers in the literature which include conceptual difficulties about friction; in this way, the study contributes ...