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The K0 terrace comprises non-marine megabreccia with no preserved marine facies.

The K1 terrace is preserved on the distal parts of the K0 terrace at 600 m AMSL and comprises colluvial conglomerates.

Based on extensive new fieldwork (Palamakumbura 2015; Palamakumbura 2016), five main terraces are now identified on the northern and the southern flanks of the range, defined as K0–K5 (Figs 2 and 3a).

Finally, the traditional Fanglomerate Formation is represented by a series of terrace deposits on both flanks of the Kyrenia Range (Ducloz 1964; Knup 1965; Baroz 1979).

New evidence for the uplift is presented here in relation to adjacent areas and alternative interpretations are discussed in their regional context.

The regional geology of the area concerned may influence the nature of any uplift, including features such as the relative competency of lithologies and inherited structure.

For example, major surface uplift occurred during the Plio-Pleistocene in the Peloponnese and elsewhere in Greece (Roberts 2016).

The Troodos Massif is a Late Cretaceous ophiolite (subaerially exposed oceanic crust), overlain by Late Cretaceous to Recent deep-marine to shallow-marine and non-marine sediments.

Finally, the traditional Fanglomerate Formation is represented by a series of terrace deposits on both flanks of the Kyrenia Range (Ducloz 1964; Knup 1965; Baroz 1979).New evidence for the uplift is presented here in relation to adjacent areas and alternative interpretations are discussed in their regional context.The regional geology of the area concerned may influence the nature of any uplift, including features such as the relative competency of lithologies and inherited structure.For example, major surface uplift occurred during the Plio-Pleistocene in the Peloponnese and elsewhere in Greece (Roberts 2016).The Troodos Massif is a Late Cretaceous ophiolite (subaerially exposed oceanic crust), overlain by Late Cretaceous to Recent deep-marine to shallow-marine and non-marine sediments.The Trypa (Tripa) Group is dominated by neritic metacarbonates of Triassic to Cretaceous age (Ducloz 1972; Baroz 1979; Robertson & Woodcock 1986).