Istanbul Tsunami Action Plan Ready

Istanbul tsunami action plan ready
Istanbul tsunami action plan ready

The 'Istanbul Tsunami Information Booklets' study, prepared with the cooperation of IMM and METU, has been completed. With the study, separate reports were prepared for all districts of Istanbul that would be affected by the tsunami, and measures were taken to minimize possible losses.


Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality conducted a study on possible tsunami scenarios and action plans in the city under threat of earthquakes. In the first phase of the study, which was realized in cooperation with IMM and Middle East Technical University (METU), “Istanbul Marmara Coasts Tsunami Modeling, Vulnerability and Hazard Analysis Update Project” was completed in 2018, and the tsunami effects of the city's seaside districts were investigated extensively. In the second stage of the study, the 'Istanbul Tsunami Action Plan (2019)' was introduced. With this study, actions were taken to minimize possible losses for each district, based on the risk factors identified.

TSUNAMI REPORT OF 17 DISTRICTS ON WEB

Work; Islands, Avcılar, Bakırköy, Beşiktaş, Beylikdüzü, Beyoğlu, Büyükçekmece, Fatih, Kadıköy, Kartal, Küçükçekmece, Maltepe, Pendik, Silivri, Tuzla, Üsküdar and Zeytinburnu, for 17 districts that have a direct coast to Istanbul and are expected to be significantly affected by the tsunami.

Tsunami hazard and risk analyzes and actions for reducing risk are reported separately for each district, https://depremzemin.ibb.istanbul/guncelcalismalarimiz/#le-tsunam-blg-ktapiklari

It was also shared with the public on the website.

MORE THAN THOUSAND BUILDING WILL BE AFFECTED IN ISLANDS

Variable in all districts with direct coasts to the Sea of ​​Marmara; However, in the report, which stated that significant tsunami effect is expected, the district district included the following information:

“More than a thousand buildings in the Islands will be affected by the tsunami. It has been calculated that the maximum water depth in the district has reached 12.3 meters point by point.

In Avcılar, the maximum water depth can reach 5.2 meters; horizontally, the water discharge distance reaches about 780 meters.

Flooding distance in Bakırköy reaches approximately 200 meters along the creek bed. It was calculated that the maximum water depth in the district reached 6.41 meters point by point.

The flooding distance in Beşiktaş reaches approximately 200 meters from the sea.

7 METER WAVE LENGTH IN FATIH

The maximum water depth in Beylikdüzü reaches 5.11 meters point by point. Horizontally, the water discharge distance reaches approximately 350 meters.

The maximum water depth on land in Beyoğlu reaches 3.04 meters point by point. It is predicted that more than 170 structures will be affected by the tsunami.

In Büyükçekmece, the maximum water depth will reach 8.59 meters point by point; 1400 buildings will be affected by the tsunami raid.

The depth of flooding in Fatih reached 7.02 meters point by point; horizontally, it was determined that the water discharge distance reached approximately 650 meters.

SEA THOUSAND METER WILL BE INSIDE IN KADIKÖY

KadıköyIt has been calculated that the depth of water discharge reaches 7.79 meters point by point. Horizontally, the water discharge distance reaches approximately 1.000 meters along the stream beds.

It has been calculated that the maximum water depth in Kartal reaches 5.84 meters. Horizontally, the water discharge distance reaches about 300 meters.

It has been calculated that the maximum water depth in Küçükçekmece reaches 5.38 meters point by point. Horizontally, the water discharge distance reaches approximately one thousand 230 meters.

It was calculated that the maximum water depth in Maltepe reached 7.96 meters point by point. Horizontally, the water discharge distance reaches about 670 meters. Maltepe Orhan Gazi City Park is completely submerged.

It has been calculated that the maximum water depth in Pendik has reached 5.71 meters point by point. Horizontally, the water discharge distance reaches about 400 meters.

MORE THAN 500 THOUSAND BUILDING IN SİLİVRİ WILL BE AFFECTED BY TSUNAMİ

It is calculated that the maximum water depth in Silivri reached 7.89 meters point by point. Horizontally, the water discharge distance reaches approximately 2.000 meters. More than 1.500 structures will be exposed to tsunami.

The maximum water depth in Tuzla has been calculated to reach 6.34 meters point. Horizontally, the water discharge distance reaches about 600 meters.

It is calculated that the maximum water depth in Üsküdar reached 3.37 meters point by point. Horizontally, the water discharge distance reaches approximately 365 meters.

It was calculated that the maximum water depth in Zeytinburnu reached 5.95 meters point by point. Horizontally, the water discharge distance reaches approximately 470 meters. ”


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