Prof. Dr. Kemal GÜRBÜZ


Kişisel

Anabilim Dalı : Genel Jeoloji
Çalışma Konuları : Sedimantoloji
Sedimanter Petrografi
 
Adresi : Ç.Ü. Müh. Mim. Fak. Jeoloji Müh. Bölümü.

01330 Balcalı ADANA

Telefon : 3223386715/2045
Faks : 3223386715
E-Posta : sedimcu.edu.tr
 
Özgeçmiş : Özgeçmiş

 

Yayınlar

 

Kitap'da bölüm

Sıra Yayın Dosya
1. P. Cipollari, D. Cosentino, G. Radeff, T. F. Schildgen, C. Faranda, F. Grossi, E. Gliozzi, A. Smedile, R. Gennari, G. Darbas, F. Ö. Dudas, K. Gürbüz, A. Nazik and H. Echtler, 2012. Easternmost Mediterranean evidence of the Zanclean flooding event and subsequent surface uplift: Adana Basin, southern Turkey. Geological Society, London, Special Publications v.372, first published September 5, 2012; doi 10.1144/SP372.5
2. Satur, N., Hurst, A., Kelling, G., Cronin, B.T., Gürbüz, K., 2007, Components of Feeder Systems to a Deep Water Fan, Cingöz Formation at Karaisalı, Turkey In: J. Studlick, R.D. Shew, G.S. Steffens (Eds). Atlas of Deep-Water Outcrops, AAPG Memoir, Studies in Geology 56, paper: 89, 351-356.
3. Cronin, B.T., K. Gürbüz, M. Gül, H. Çelik, A. Hurst ve G. Kelling, 2007, Evolution of Multi-phase, Winged, Coarse-grained Deep-water Canyons: Alikayası Canyon, Turkey, In: J. Studlick, R.D. Shew, G.S. Steffens (Eds). Atlas of Deep-Water Outcrops, AAPG Memoir, Studies in Geology 56, paper: 90, 356-362.
4. Cronin, B.T., H. Çelik, A. Hurst, M. Gül, K. Gürbüz, A. Mazzini ve M. Overstolz, 2007, Slope-channel Complex Fill and Overbank Architecture, Tinker Channel, Kırkgecit Formation, Turkey, In: J. Studlick, R.D. Shew, G.S. Steffens (Eds). Atlas of Deep-Water Outcrops, AAPG Memoir, Studies in Geology 56, paper: 91, 363-367.

 

SCI

Sıra Yayın Dosya
1. M. Gül, B.T. Cronin, K. Gürbüz,., 2012, Confined deep water system development on the accretionary wedge (Miocene, Kahramanmaraş Foreland Basin, S turkey) Earth-Science Reviews, Volume 114, Issues 3–4, September 2012, Pages 195-217
2. Lécuyer C., Bodergat A.-M., Martineau F., Fourel F., Gürbüz K. and Nazik A. 2012, Water sources, mixing and evaporation in the 1 Akyatan lagoon, Turkey. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science”, v. 115, pages 200-209.
3. M. Gül, K. Gürbüz, Cronin, B.T., 2011, Provenance of the northern part of the Kahramanmaras_Peripheral Foreland Basin (Miocene, S. Turkey)  Journal of Asian Earth sciences 40 (2011) 475–495.
4. M. Gül, K. Gürbüz, Ö. Kalelioğlu., 2011, Lithology Discrimination in Foreland Basin with Landsat TM . Journal of Indian Soc Remote Sensing  DOI 10.1007/s12524-011-0146-7 
5. Darbaş, G., Nazik, A., Temel, A. & Gürbüz, K. 2008, A paleoenvironmental test for Messinian Salinity Crisis using Miocene-Pliocene clays, Adana Basin, southern Turkey. Applied Clay Sciences,40, 108–118.
6. Derman, S. and Gürbüz, K. 2007. Nature, Provenance and Relationships of Early Miocene Palaeovalley fills, northern Adana Basin, Turkey: Their significance for sediment-bypassing on a carbonate shelf. Turkish Journal of Earth Sciences,16: 179-209..
7. Nazik, A., Gürbüz, K., and Erdoğan, D. 2006. Biostratigraphical and Paleoenvironmental Analysis of Middle Eocene Sequences; Darende-Balaban Basin (Malatya-Eastern Anatolia), Geologica Carpathica, 57/2., 91-101.
8. Satur, N., Kelling, G., Cronin, B., Hurst, A., and Gürbüz, K., 2005 “Sedimentary architecture of a canyon-style fairway feeding a deep-water clastic system, the Miocene Cingöz Formation: significance for reservoir characterisation and modelling’ Sedimentary Geology, v.173, 91-119.
9. Şafak, Ü.,  Kelling, G., Gökçen, N. and Gürbüz, K., 2005. Mid-Cenozoic succession and basin evolution of the Mut Basin, southern Turkey, and its regional significance. Sedimentary Geology, v. 173, 121-150. 
10. Gürbüz, K.; Gül, M. 2005. Evolution of and factors controlling Eocene
sedimentation in the Darende-Balaban Basin, Malatya (Eastern Turkey). Turkish Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 14/3, 311-335.
11. Satur, N., Cronin, B.T., Hurst, A., Kelling, G. & Gürbüz, K., 2004. Down-channel variations in stratal patterns within a conglomeratic, deepwater fan feeder system (Miocene, Adana Basin, Southern Turkey. In: Lomas, S.A. & Joseph, P. (eds) Confined Turbidite Systems. Geological Society of London Special Publication, v. 222, London, 241-260
12. Satur, N., Hurst, A. Cronin, B., Kelling, G., and Gürbüz, K. 2000. Sand body geometry in a sand-rich, deep-water clastic system, Miocene Cingöz Formation of southern Turkey. Marine and Petroleum Geology, v. 17/2, pp. 239-252.
13. Cronin, B., T., Gürbüz, K., Hurst, A., & Satur, N. (2000). Vertical and lateral organization of a carbonate deep-water slope marginal to a submarine fan system, Miocene, southern Turkey. Sedimentology, v. 47/4, pp. 801-824.
14. Gürbüz K., 1999. Regional implications of structural and eustatic controls in the evolution of submarine fans: an example from the Miocene Adana Basin, southern Turkey. Geological Magazine, v. 136. pp. 311-319.
15. Gürbüz, K. 1999. An example for river course changes on a delta plain: Seyhan Delta (Çukurova plain, southern Turkey). In: Bozkurt, E. and  Rowbotham, G. (eds) Aspects of Geology of Turkey II. Geological Journal, Special Issue, 34: (1-2), pp. (211-222).
16. Nazik, A., Evans, G. and Gürbüz, K. 1999. Sedimentology and paleontology wıth special reference to the ostracoda fauna of Akyatan Lagoon (Adana-SE Turkey), Special Issue of 4th European Ostracodologists Meeting, Geosound, v. 35, pp. 127-147.
17. Gürbüz, K. and Kelling, G., 1993. Provenance of Miocene Submarine Fans in the northern Adana Basin: A Test of Discriminant Function Analysis. Geological Journal, v. 28, pp. 277-295