Geophysical Studies in Two Landslide Sites in Turkey
M.G. Drahor, G. Gokturkler, M.A. Berge and T.O. Kurtulmus
Event name: Near Surface 2005 - 11th European Meeting of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics
Session: Slope Stability, Earthquakes, Landslides, Mining Activity & Vibrations
Publication date: 04 September 2005
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B008 GEOPHYSICAL STUDIES IN TWO LANDSLIDE SUMMARY SITES IN TURKEY 1 In this study two landslide sites (Kadifekale-İzmir and Zeytinli Tepe-Söke Turkey) were investigated by resistivity self-potential seismic refraction and electromagnetic-VLF methods. Resistivity data were collected with multi-electrode measuring system and then processed by 2-D inversion technique. Also the seismic data from Kadifekale landslide area were processed by using the refraction tomography method. After all processing the geometry and boundary of the landslides the characterizations of slipped mass and the thickness of disturbed and undisturbed zones were clearly determined. Keywords: Electromagnetic-VLF landslide resistivity inversion seismic tomography selfpotential Turkey INTRODUCTION M.