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ÖgePaleoenvironmental İnterpretations For Kizilirmak Delta Plain Using Sedimentological Records, Multiproxy Analysis And Palynology(Eurasia Institute of Earth Sciences, 2016-11-25) Ertunç, Gülgün ; Çiner, Tahsin Attila ; 601141009 ; Solid Earth Sciences ; Katı Yer Bilimleri Anabilim DalıThe Kızılırmak Delta is the delta of the Kızılırmak River and it's located near the province of Samsun, Central Black Sea Region of northern Turkey (41◦30 to 41◦45' N, 35◦43' to 36◦08' E). The latest major transgression of the Black Sea is related to the glacial melting accompanied with a worldwide sea level rise. The eastern Kızılırmak Delta platform is thought to be a part of a post-glacially filled canyon system, which has been incised into the former delta platform during the last glacial. The sediment fill of canyon were supplied by the Kızılırmak River. A sediment core was obtained from possible location of filled canyon system in the eastern wetlands of Kızılırmak Delta Plain. High sedimentation rate of the Kızılırmak River provide a perfect archive and continious records of the environmental and climatic conditions for Quaternary. Lithological properties, multi proxy analysis and palynological analysis were carried out from recovered sediment core and age model executed using radiocarbon analysis. By combining several techniques together, a broader data was determined and cross-correlations are made to ensure an accurate paleoenvironment reconstruction of the Kızılırmak Delta. This thesis was carried out in the context of Anatolian pLateau climatE and Tectonic hazards (ALErT) project, funded and supported by the European Commission as part of the Marie-Curie-Initial Training Networks (ITN). Observations and multiproxy analysis are carried out at Istanbul Technical University (ITU), Eurasia Institute of Earth Sciences (EIES) and Eastern Mediterranean Centre for Oceanography and Limnology (EMCOL) laboratories. Palynological analysis is carried out in Faculty of Natural Sciences Department of Geology and Paleontology, Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia. The age model was constructed using AMS radiocarbon analysis in Beta Analytic Inc. North American Facilities. Four major lithostratigraphic units have been identified in the BW-1 core section, along with a number of sub-units. This study provides around 7300 year high-resolution sedimentological record of using a multi-proxy approach of a sediment core from the Kızılırmak Delta Plain. Despite the limitations of a single core our results obtained from several methodologies (sedimentology, geochemistry and palynology) provide insights in the paleoenvironmental conditions.