2 edition of Quaternary faulting within the Ecemçiş Fault Zone, south central Turkey found in the catalog.
Quaternary faulting within the Ecemçiş Fault Zone, south central Turkey
Seth D Tanner
Written in English
|Statement||by Seth D. Tanner|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 89 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||89|
(Sheet 2 contains logs of fault-exploration trenches, which document the Quaternary faulting found in this quadrangle) Hoffman, D., Schweig, E.S., and Harrison, R.W., , Neotectonics of southeast Missouri featuring the New Madrid seismic zone: Association of Engineering Geologists and American Institute of Professional Geologists, The high degree of fault complexity here is attributed to the intersection of the Kern Canyon fault with the Farewell fault and several volcanic vents (Kelson et al., b), as well as the rheological properties of the well-jointed basalt that manifest faulting differently than nearby previously sheared granitic and metamorphic rocks within Cited by:
Among the 10 individual main Quaternary faults and fault zones in the BQFS, the Baghan Fault and the Kurkulab-Quchan Fault zone (KQF) are considered as the two principal structures. The next two sections provide a set of short-term (∼10 2 yr) and long-term (∼10 6 yr) evidence to consider the KQF and the Baghan Fault as the major active Cited by: The en échelon fault zone appears to extend westward ≈ km across the plateau to the Karakorum fault and is thus referred to as the Karakorum‐Jiali fault zone (KJFZ). Fast rates of slip on it and on faults along the northern rim of Tibet appear to contrast with the slower rates of .
Background. Turkey's terrain is structurally complex.A central massif composed of uplifted blocks and downfolded troughs, covered by recent deposits and giving the appearance of a plateau with rough terrain, is wedged between two folded mountain ranges that converge in the lowland is confined to the plain of the Ergene river in Thrace, extending along rivers that discharge into the. The sinistral East Anatolian Fault and the Erzurum Fault Zone form the present boundary of these two contrasting, CW and CCW-rotating domains. Both the AB and the PB exhibit similar amount of rotation until the Quaternary, during which the AB rotated 13° CCW while the PB remained by: 6.
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Late Quaternary alluvial fans of Emli Valley in the Ecemiş Fault Zone, south central Turkey: Insights from cosmogenic nuclides Article (PDF Available) in Geomorphology.
The ‹nönü-Eskiflehir fault system (‹EFS) is one of the most important fault systems in Central Anatolia and consists of a series of NW–SE- to WNW–ESE-trending fault zones extending from. conducted along the fault zone, fault planes have dip angles between 60 o o to the north.
The measured fault planes The measured fault planes have rake angles range from 32 o to 90 o. Sarıkaya MA, Yıldırım C, Çiner A (a) Late Quaternary alluvial fans of Emli Valley in the Ecemiş Fault Zone, south central Turkey: insights from Author: Lütfi Nazik, Murat Poyraz, Mustafa Karabıyıkoğlu.
Wrench zones are major strike-slip fault zones that are accompanied by narrow zones of secondary oblique or dip-slip structures, particularly along steps or bends (Wilcox et al., ).Components of zone-perpendicular shortening and extension result in transpression and transtension, respectively.
Regional location map illustrating pull-apart basins within the North Anatolian Fault System in central-east Turkey. The splay faults (Bozkurt & Koçyi¤it ) branch from the main fault zone (simplified from Turkish Geological Map).
The insert shows the regional location within the plate f ramework of Turkey. Abbreviations: BSZ. Quaternary Glaciations of Turkey.
the south-eastern Taurus, (2) the Central. SW-dipping basin bounding fault zone with normal slip in the early Quaternary. Initial sedimentation mode of. The Hatay Graben is a Plio-Quaternary basin Boulton and Robertson, ) located in south-central Turkey (Fig.
1) adjacent to the northern part of the DSFZ. The graben is orientated NE-SW and is. the above period is located within the India–Eurasia colli-sion zone (i.e., the M Sichuan earthquake). Smaller standing patterns and rates of Quaternary faulting in central Asia. Despite considerable advancements provided by previous A Quaternary fault database for central Asia 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40Cited by: Additionally, the linear arrangements of volcanic centres, from the Quaternary volcanoes along the active South Aegean Volcanic Arc, are controlled primarily by NE-trending faults and secondarily by NW-trending by: Cambridge Core - Solid Earth Geophysics - Active Faults of the World - by Robert YeatsCited by: The strike-slip faulting in the extreme south of Turkey can instead be regarded as forming a distributed “boundary zone” between the Turkish and Arabian plates, across which the estimated ∼ mm a −1 of left-lateral motion has tentatively been shown to be accommodated by localised left-lateral slip at ∼2 mm a −1 on the Yakapınar–Göksun Fault, ∼1 mm a −1 on the Amanos Fault, and ∼ Cited by: Migration of fault activity on the spatial and temporal scales of interest here (10–20 km and less than 1 million years) is much easier to study on structures that have been active in the late Quaternary, where we can use earthquake seismology, surface faulting, active geomorphology and relative vertical motions, than in older by: In this study, we investigated the southern part of the Central Anatolian Fault Zone, which is the largest structure within the Anatolian microplate (Figure 1).
The Central Anatolian Fault Zone is a left‐lateral strike‐slip fault zone stretching from Central Anatolia to the Cited by: Prominent continental transform fault systems, such as the San Andreas (California, USA; e.g., Crowell, ), the North Anatolian in northwest Turkey (e.g., Şengör et al., ), and the Marlborough in New Zealand (e.g., Roberts, ) are characterized by broad zones of distributed faults commonly reactivate preexisting structure (Görür and Elbek, ; Crowell, ), and Cited by: 2.
The Kazova basin: an active neg- ative flower structure on the Almus Fault Zone, a splay fault system of the North Anatolian Fault Zone, Turkey. Tectono- physicsBurke, K., ~eng6r, A.M.C., D.
Tectonic escape in the evolution of the continental by: The formation of İzmir Bay was started by normal faults in the Early Pliocene in the western part of Turkey (Ketin,Bozkurt, ).In the Late Quaternary, the early delta progradation of sediments emerged in the İzmir Bay (Aksu et al., ).Indeed the shallow seismic studies carried out in the İzmir Bay shows that the normal and strike-slip faulting mechanism are observed, and they Cited by: 4.
The block located immediately to the west is bounded to the north by the left lateral Central Anatolian fault zone (Koçyigit and Beyhan, ), including the Sultan Saz releasing-bend basin.
The morphology of this fault zone has also been described by Dhont et al. (), Froger et al. (), and Dirik (). Structural data and a regional tectonic interpretation are given for the NE–SW-trending Hatay Graben, southern Turkey, within the collision zone of the African (Arabian) and Eurasian (Anatolian) plates.
Regional GPS and seismicity data are used to shed light on the recent tectonic development of the Hatay by: Over, and U. Unlugenc, Quaternary stress regime change along the eastern North Anatolian Fault Zone, Turkey, Int. Geol. Review, 44/11, –, CrossRef Google Scholar Perincek, D.
and I. Cemen, The structural relationship between the East Anatolian Fault and Dead Sea Fault zones in southern Turkey, Tectonophysics,– Cited by:. 1 INTRODUCTION. The km-long North Anatolian Fault (NAF) is an intercontinental dextral strike-slip fault that is located between the northern Eurasian Plate and the southern Anatolian block (Fig.
1a).After closure of the Neo-Tethyan Ocean during the Late Mesozoic and Cenozoic, collision of the Arabian and Eurasian plates resulted in relative westward movement of the Anatolian Plate Cited by: the main fault valley within domain 2.
The analysis reveals three zones with distinctive morphologies: (1) strongly convex longitudinal profiles in the NW, (2) a large (ca. 5–6 km2) landslide in the central zone, and (3) concave tributaries in the SE with profile complexity decreasing and .Database and Map of Quaternary Faults and Folds in Perú and its Offshore Region By José Macharé, Clark H.
Fenton, Michael N. Machette, Alain Lavenu, Carlos Costa, and Richard L. Dart Open-File Report This report is preliminary and has not been reviewed for conformity with.