The Turkish government’s continuing nuclear ambitions after Fukushima. Alidost Numan- Green Party, Turkey. Akkuyu. The Akkuyu Aggreement. Interstate agreement between Turkey and Russia, outside the durisdiction of national law: First of its kind in the world.
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The Turkish government’s continuing nuclear ambitions after Fukushima.
Alidost Numan- Green Party, Turkey
The Ecemiş Faultline Workshop conducted at Niğde University in May 1998 determined Akkuyu as a Category 1 Earthquake zone. The site-licence given in 1976 presumed the Ecemiş fault was inactive.
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ve Erdeniz Özel: NeotectoniSct structura Features in the Alanya- MersinS Shelf
Area (Southern Turkey) Jeofizik 5(1), 1991.
Figure 1. A simplified tectonic setting of the northeastern corner of the East Mediterranean
Region (Cilicia). All active faults shown are left lateral strike slip. Fault lines
are simplified from Saroglu et al. (1992). Abbreviations: AB, Adana Basin (stippled);
AF, Amanos Fault; AMB, Amik Basin (stippled); DSF, Dead Sea Fault; EAFZ, East
Anatolian Fault Zone; EF, Ecemis¸ Fault; EHF, East Hatay Fault; GFZ, Go¨ksun Fault
Zone; IB, Iskenderun Bay; KF, Kozan Fault; KT, Kyrenea Thrust (cross-hatched);
MAR, Misis-Andirin Mauntain Range (cross-hatched); and YF, Yumurtalik Fault.
Source: Mehmet Ergin, Mustafa Aktar, and Haluk Eyidoğan: "Present-Day Seismicity and Seismotectonics of the Cilician Basin:Eastern Mediterranean Region of Turkey" In:Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 94(3), 2004. pp. 930–939.
(b) Snapshot of the initial tsunami generated with the parameters given in (a). Letters and numbers refer togeographical locations where macroseismic observations have been partly reported (Guidoboni & Comastri 2005a),and synthetic tsunami mareograms generated at pseudo-tide-gauge locations.
Source: S. Yolsal, T. Taymaz and A. C. Yalçiner: "Understanding tsunamis, potential source regions and tsunami-prone mechanisms in the Eastern Mediterranean.“ In Geological Society, London, Special Publications 2007; v. 291; p. 201-230