After the 04.17 magnitude earthquake that occurred at 7,7:04.26 in the Pazarcık district of Kahramanmaraş, AFAD announced that another 6,4 magnitude earthquake occurred at XNUMX:XNUMX, the epicenter of which is Gaziantep's Nurdağı district. After these earthquakes, citizens began to investigate the fault lines in Turkey. Active fault lines and their degree of danger in Turkey are included in the Turkey Earthquake Hazard Map prepared by AFAD. Where do fault lines pass in Turkey? Here is the earthquake and fault line map of Turkey.
Where the Eastern Anatolian Fault Line passes through is included in the Turkey Earthquake Map prepared by AFAD. Turkey fault line map has been made available by AFAD to inform the public. In the morning, an earthquake occurred in 10 of our cities, which was felt and affected. AFAD announced that another earthquake with a magnitude of 04.17 occurred at 7,7:04.26 in Kahramanmaraş's Pazarcık district and at 6,4:XNUMX a XNUMX magnitude earthquake, the epicenter of which was in Gaziantep's Nurdağı district. Here are the provinces where the East Anatolian Fault Line passes with the earthquake map of Turkey.
What is the East Anatolian Fault Line?
The East Anatolian Fault Line is a major fault line in eastern Turkey. The fault runs along the boundary between the Anatolian Plate and the Arabian Plate. The East Anatolian Fault Line starts from the Maraş Triple Junction at the northern end of the Dead Sea Fissure and runs in the northeast direction and ends at the Karlıova Triple Junction, where it meets the North Anatolian Fault Line.
Where Does the East Anatolian Fault Line Pass?
As can be seen from the earthquake map below, the East Anatolian Fault Line joins with the North Anatolian Fault Line from Erzincan after continuing until Hatay, Osmaniye, Gaziantep, Kahramanmaraş, Adıyaman, Elazığ, Bingöl, Muş.
MTA Current Active Fault Lines Map
Turkey Earthquake Map
There are 3 major fault lines in total in Turkey, namely the North Anatolian Fault Line, the East Anatolian Line and the West Anatolian fault line. Provinces in red color on the earthquake map are first-degree earthquake zones, those in pink are second-degree risky regions, and yellow ones are third-degree earthquake zones. referred to as the earthquake zone. Here are the provinces with first degree earthquake zones;
First Degree Risk Areas
Izmir, Balikesir, Manisa, Mugla, Aydin, Denizli, Isparta, Usak, Bursa, Bilecik Yalova, Sakarya, Düzce, Kocaeli, Kirsehir, Bolu, Karabuk, Hatay, Bartin, Cankiri, Tokat, Amasya, Canakkale, Erzincan, Tunceli, Bingol and Muş, Hakkari, Osmaniye, Kırıkkale and Siirt…
Second Degree Risk Areas
Tekirdağ, İstanbul (1st and 2nd Region), Bitlis, Kahramanmaraş, Van, Adıyaman, Şırnak, Zonguldak, Tekirdağ, Afyon, Samsun, Antalya, Erzurum, Kars, Ardahan, Batman, Iğdır, Elazığ, Diyarbakır, Adana, Eskişehir, Malatya, Kütahya, Çankırı, Uşak, Ağrı and Çorum…
Third Degree Risky Areas
Eskisehir, Antalya, Tekirdag, Edirne, Sinop, Istanbul, Kastamonu, Ordu, Samsun, Giresun, Artvin, Sanliurfa, Mardin, Kilis, Adana, some regions of Gaziantep and Kahramanmaras, Sivas, Gumushane, Bayburt, Kayseri, Yozgat , Çorum, Ankara, Konya, Mersin and Nevşehir.
Least Risk Areas
According to the Turkey Earthquake Map, the provinces in the fourth and fifth groups with the lowest earthquake risk are Sinop, Giresun, Trabzon, Rize, Artvin, Kırklareli, Ankara, Edirne, Adana, Nevşehir, Niğde, Aksaray, Konya and Karaman.
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