Ferhat Kaya
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Evolution of Neogene mammals in Eurasia: environmental forcing and biotic interactions
M Fortelius, JT Eronen, F Kaya, H Tang, P Raia, K Puolamäki
Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences 42, 579-604, 2014
762014
An ecometric analysis of the fossil mammal record of the Turkana Basin
M Fortelius, I Žliobaitė, F Kaya, F Bibi, R Bobe, L Leakey, M Leakey, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 371 …, 2016
592016
A new great ape from the late Miocene of Turkey
ES GüLEç, A Sevim, C Pehlevan, F Kaya
Anthropological Science 115 (2), 153-158, 2007
572007
The rise and fall of the Old World savannah fauna and the origins of the African savannah biome
F Kaya, F Bibi, I Žliobaitė, JT Eronen, T Hui, M Fortelius
Nature ecology & evolution 2 (2), 241-246, 2018
352018
Updating the Europe–Africa small mammal exchange during the late Messinian
A García‐Alix, R Minwer‐Barakat, E Martín Suárez, M Freudenthal, ...
Journal of Biogeography 43 (7), 1336-1348, 2016
282016
Magnetostratigraphy and paleoecology of the hominid-bearing locality Corakyerler, Tuğlu Formation (Çankiri Basin, Central Anatolia)
F Kaya, N Kaymakci, F Bibi, JT Eronen, C Pehlevan, AC Erkman, ...
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 2016
192016
Systematics and dental microwear of the late Miocene Gliridae (Rodentia, Mammalia) from Hayranlı, Anatolia: implications for paleoecology and paleobiodiversity
F Kaya, N Kaymakçı
Palaeontologia Electronica 16 (3), 22, 2013
172013
Amphiperatherium and Erinaceidae of Petersbuch 28.
J Klietmann, D Nagel, M Rummel, LW VAN DEN HOEK OSTENDE
Bulletin of Geosciences 89 (1), 2014
102014
New insectivores (Lipotyphla, Mammalia) from the Late Miocene of the Sivas Basin, Central Anatolia
M Furio, J van Dam, F Kaya
Bulletin of Geosciences 89 (1), 163-181, 2014
102014
Cranial And Post-Cranial Traumatic Injury Patterns In Van Castle Mound Medieval Population
AC Erkman, O Basoglu, GO Basibuyuk, PG Kirmizioglu, A Yigit, YA Yalcin, ...
Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry. International Journal, 2016
32016
Morphological variations of three-rooted mandibular molars in ancient Anatolian populations (Dilkaya Mound, Van, Turkey): A literature review on world populations
AC Erkmana, F Kayab
Mediaterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry 14 (1), 1-11, 2014
32014
The nature of the Old World savannah palaeobiome
M Fortelius, F Bibi, H Tang, I Žliobaitė, JT Eronen, F Kaya
Nature Ecology & Evolution, 2019
22019
Anadolu'nun Neojen Dönem Memeli Paleobiyocoğrafyası ve Paleoekolojisi (Mammal Paleobiogeography and Paleoecology of Anatolia during the Neogene)
F Kaya
Kebikec: Insan Bilimleri Icin Kaynak Arastirmali Dergisi 43, 157-176, 2017
22017
Paleobiogeographic and Paleoecologic Development of the Old World Savanna Paleobiome during the Neogene
F Kaya
Helsingin yliopisto, 2017
12017
Interactions between tectonics and Earth surface processes of the Central Anatolian Plateau and its southern margin during Mio-Pliocene surface uplift
MJM Meijers, GY Brocard, F Kaya, C Pehlevan, O Bașoğlu, MA Cosca, ...
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 9900, 2020
2020
Çevresel ve Paleoiklimsel Faktörlerin Etkisinde Doğu Afrika'da İnsanın Evrimi
F Kaya
Kebikec: Insan Bilimleri Icin Kaynak Arastirmali Dergisi, 2016 41, 259-281, 2016
2016
SYSTEMATICS AND DENTAL MICROWEAR OF THE LATE MIOCENE GLIRIDAE (RODENTIA, MAMMALIA) FROM HAYRANLI {DOTLESS}, ANATOLIA: IMPLICATIONS FOR PALEOECOLOGY AND PALEOBIODIVERSITY
F KAYA, N KAYMAKÇI
PALAEONTOLOGIA ELECTRONICA 16 (3), 2013
2013
Problems in Turkish science run deeper than petty disputes
F Kaya
Nature 466, 815, 2010
2010
Ouranopithecus turkae from the late miocene of Anatolia: Its metric and statistical implications in dental size variations and sexual dimorphism.
E Gulec, A Sevim, C Pehelvan, I Ozer, F Kaya
American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 110-110, 2008
2008
2005 YILI SİVAS/HAYRANLI-HALİMİNHANI KAZISI
Ö İsmail, C PEHLEVAN
28. Kazı Sonuçları Toplantısı: 29 Mayıs-2 Haziran 2006, Çanakkale. 2. cilt 2 …, 2007
2007
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