Marmarayin mud is poured into fault line earthquake experts revolted

Marmarayin sludge was poured into the fault line earthquake experts revolted: 29 The excavation of 1 million cubic meters of excavation from Marmaray, which was planned to be opened in October, was completed. Earthquake experts and environmental engineers react to the subject, Professor Doctor Naci Görür, the operation, "the earthquake does not affect the organisms were killed," he evaluated.

As the MARMARAY project was approaching the end, the excavation of 1 million cubic meters was poured into the Cinarcik pit, where a major fault line passes as it was announced before construction. Marmaray Regional Manager Haluk Özmen, who told the Marmaray Project to Hürriyet last week, gave detailed information about the excavation. Özmen said, iyat 1 thousand cubic meters of 200 million 200 thousand cubic meters of excavation occurred within the scope of the project was buried in a quarry in accordance with the conditions. 1 million cubic meters of excavation in the Çınarcık pit. We have used a number of suitable excavations in the geology of the project after the necessary procedures have been used in the production of the project uygun.


Prof. Dr. Naci Görür from İTÜ Earthquake Research Department, who stated that all non-natural events would be reciprocated in nature, stressed that the excavation process was a disaster for the ecosystem in Marmara. Naturally, underlining that there is a certain sedimentation rate in Marmara, Görür said, toprak Various soil and pebbles are transported from the land to the Marmara through wind and rivers. These are stored at the bottom of the Marmara Sea. These substances carried by land do not form even a few centimeters a year. A thickness that can be measured at the base of the Marmaray consists of thousands of years. But here the natural balance is interfered. Even in thousands of years the thickness will not be formed in one time 1 million cubic meters of excavation is created with acak he said.


Naci Görür said that he has been doing research since the earthquake of 1999 in the Sea of ​​Marmara. I coordinated these teams. I dived to the 1250 meter in Cinarcik Pit. I worked on 7 hours a day. I'm one of those people who knows the best about that area. This process is nothing but killing life at the bottom, Bu he said. Stating that the seabed is like the moon surface, Görür said that there is a Bentonic life at the bottom of the sea. Underlining the existence of all kinds of life in the bottom regions Görür said: çiz The life of the Maramara Sea came to a point of end due to pollution. But there's an incredible life at the bottom. Here, the clean waters carried from the Mediterranean have an impact. Mussels and oyster-like creatures live here. The 1 slaughtered the million cubic meters and slaughtered these organisms. However, there is no effect on the earthquake Ancak.


Istanbul University Department of Geophysical Engineering faculty member Oguz Gundogdu described the operation in terms of the environment as a “disaster '. However, the process of natural damage is great damage. Excavating the sea greatly affects marine life. It's a shame Çok. Menekse Kızıldere, Engineer of the Chamber of Environmental Engineers in Istanbul Branch, said esi The land on the bottom was covered with the earth M.

Report to shed

One of the companies operating in the underwater excavation gave information about the transaction. The company officials argued that the excavation of the sea could not be carried out without an Environmental Impact Assessment Report. Ay Excavation from the sea shores is usually dumped in the Çınarcık Pit. But even if you get the report for the cast made here, 50 takes days. Excavated materials are placed on transport vessels. These materials are not poured into the sea without various processing. Materials taken from land are usually dumped to certain points on land. However, even though the ecosystem is damaged at sea, the sea can adapt. Ancak

Energy output at last 1999

Stating that the process will not cause any problems related to the earthquake, Istanbul University Faculty of Engineering Department of Geological Engineering Faculty Member Şener Üşümezsoy stated that the casting process can affect the deeply living life. Underlining that the Çınarcık Çukuru was first torn off in 1894, Üşümezsoy said, UM The second earthquake in the fault line occurred here in 1960. In the fault line 1999 relieved the residual stress. This benefit is no longer stress. The process is important. The fault line is not affected. However, marine life may be affected.

Where is Çınarcık Çukuru

Çınarcık Cunt which entered into our lives after Marmara Earthquake in 1999 is located on the coast of Yalova Çınarcık in the Marmara Sea. The depth of the pit is said to be around 1.5 meters. Çınarcık Çukuru continues from the Gulf of İzmit to Silivri. In the north-south direction, it starts from the islands and extends to the Çınarcık openings.

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