Integration of Earth Science Research on the Turkish and Greek 1999 Earthquakes / Edition 1by Naci G?r?r
Pub. Date: 06/30/2002
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
In 1999, two earthquakes occurred in the Istanbul-Marmara region of Turkey and the Athens-Corinth region of Greece, and an increased risk of further events caused great concern among the earth science community. This book presents and discusses the latest results from studies of the Izmit-D zce and Athens earthquakes and assesses the data that are available and… See more details below
In 1999, two earthquakes occurred in the Istanbul-Marmara region of Turkey and the Athens-Corinth region of Greece, and an increased risk of further events caused great concern among the earth science community. This book presents and discusses the latest results from studies of the Izmit-D zce and Athens earthquakes and assesses the data that are available and relevant to the geology, seismology, tectonics, geodesy and other fields related to earthquake studies and to evaluate earthquake hazard potential.
Table of Contents
Preface. In Memoriam: Sirrn Erinç. In Memoriam: Aykut Barka. List of Contributors.
Part 1: Turkish 1999 Earthquake. 1.
The 17 August 1999 (Gölcük (Kocaeli)-Arifiye (Adapazari) and 12 November 1999 Düzce earthquakes, NW Turkey: their mechanism and tectonic significance; E. Gökten, et al. 2. Imaging of the Izmit rupture from the strong motion records; M. Bouchon, et al. 3. Tectonic setting of the eastern Marmara Sea; B. Alpar, C. Yaltirak. 4. Transition of the North Anatolian Fault Zone (NAZ) in the Sea of Marmara; A. Ulugamma, E. Özel. 5. Western extension of the north Anatolian Fault and associated structures in the Gulf of Saros, NE Aegean Sea; M.N. Çagammaatay, et al. 6. Methane in sediments of the deep Marmara Sea and its relation to local tectonic structures; P. Halbach, et al. 7. The tsunami threat in the Sea of Marmara, Turkey: A review; D.R. Tappin, et al. 8. Earthquakes of the Marmara Sea Basin: Reflections on the need for co-operation between historian and scientist; C.F. Finkel.
Part 2: Greek 1999 Earthquakes.
9. The Athens earthquake September 7, 1999: Neotectonic regime and geodynamic phenomena; I. Mariolakos, I. Fountoulis. 10. Three dimensional P-wave crustal velocity structure beneath Athens region (Greece) using micro-earthquake data; G. Drakatos, et al. 11. Earthquake triggering in Greece and the case of the 7 September 1999 Athens Earthquake; G.A. Papadopoulos. 12. Destructive earthquake and seismotectonics in the Gulf of Corinth, Central Greece: A Review; D. Papanastassiou. 13. Trans-Aegean seismicity, seismic hazard and defences; P.W. Burton, G.-A.Tselentis. 14. Methods for imaging earthquake deformation using satellite data and digital elevation models; A. Ganas.
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