QUATERNARY SCIENCE REVIEWS, vol.220, pp.111-123, 2019 (SCI-Expanded)
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QUATERNARY SCIENCE REVIEWS
Science Citation Index Expanded (SCI-EXPANDED), Scopus
Holocene, Cosmogenic isotopes, Fault scarp dating, Eastern Mediterranea, Neotectonic, COSMOGENIC CL-36 PRODUCTION, PRODUCTION-RATES, SLIP HISTORY, EARTHQUAKES, APENNINES, PARAMETERS, MAGNITUDE, EVOLUTION, MAGNOLA, GREECE
Dokuz Eylül University Affiliated:
Fault scarps, if well-preserved, include precise evidence of past earthquakes. Using cosmogenic Cl-36 dating, the timing and slip of paleoearthquakes are recoverable beyond the available earthquake archives. One of the appropriate seismically active regions to apply Cl-36 dating is western Anatolia, where its deformation is influenced by an N-S extensional regime, where the horst-graben structures are characterized by normal faults.