Neotectonic characteristics and seismicity of the Dombayova Graben

Özacar, A. Arda


Neotectonic and volcanic characteristics of the Karasu fault zone (Anatolia, Turkey): The transition zone between the Dead Sea transform and the East Anatolian fault zone
Rojay, Fuat Bora; Toprak, V (2001-01-01)
The Karasu Rift (Antakya province, SE Turkey) has developed between east-dipping, NNE-striking faults of the Karasu fault zone, which define the western margin of the rift and west-dipping, N-S to N20 degrees -30 degreesE-striking faults of Dead Sea Transform fault zone (DST) in the central part and eastern margin of the rift. The strand of the Karasu fault zone that bounds the basin from west forms a linkage zone between the DST and the East Anatolian fault zone (EAFZ). The greater vertical offset on the w...
Neotectonics and seismicity of eastern simav graben, Kütahya – Turkey
Kaplan, Mustafa; Koçyiğit, Ali; Department of Geological Engineering (2014)
The Simav graben is an about 1-9 km wide, 50 km long and approximately WNW-trending active depression. It is located along the western section of a seismogenic belt with a depth of 10-15 km. It is the 10-30 km wide and approximately 500 km long active fault system, namely the Akşehir-Simav fault system. The Simav graben was developed on the northern Menderes Massif under the control of active faults comprising the Simav section of the Akşehir-Simav fault system. The Simav and Akdere grabens include two diff...
Neotectonic characterisitcs of the central part of the Tuzgölü fault zone around Mezgit (Aksaray)
Leventoğlu, Haludun; Toprak, Vedat; Department of Geological Engineering (1994)
Neotectonic evolution of the northwestward arched segment of the Central Anatolian Fault Zone, Central Anatolia, Turkey
Dirik, K (2001-01-01)
Central Anatolia has undergone complex Neotectonic deformation since Late Miocene-Pliocene times. Many faults and intracontinental basins in this legion were either formed, or have been reactivated, during this period. The eastern part of central Anatolia is dominated by a NE-SW-trending, left lateral transcurrent structure named the Central Anatolian fault zone located between Sivas in the northeast and west of Mersin in the southwest. Around the central part, it is characterized by transtensional depressi...
EVANS, G; GORUR, N; ALAVI, N (1988-08-01)
The Adana-Cilician basin formed by interaction between the African, Arabian, and Anatolian plates. The basin has been filled asymmetrically from the north and northeast with the northeastern extremity having been completely filled to form the Adana basin beneath the plain of the Seyhan delta. There is no direct borehole evidence from the submarine areas, but coastal boreholes have revealed the presence of at least 6 km of Neogene sediment. The Burdigalian-Serravalian interval is dominated by turbidites and ...
Citation Formats
A. A. Özacar, “Neotectonic characteristics and seismicity of the Dombayova Graben,” Middle East Technical University, 2001.