EEFIT Mission Report: Aegean 30 October 2020

Author: EEFIT

Date published

19 May 2021

Price
Free

EEFIT Mission Report: Aegean 30 October 2020

Report
Author

EEFIT

Date published

19 May 2021

Author

EEFIT

Price

Free

This EEFIT Field Mission report details the effects of the Mw6.9 earthquake which struck the Aegean coasts of Greece and Turkey on 30 October 2020.

This report covers:

  • Seismotectonics, including
    • Local geology
    • Regional seismicity
    • Seismological observations
    • Characterization of strong ground motions
    • Comparison with hazard section and codes
  • Geotechnical observations and site response, including
    • Co-seismic environmental effects
    • Geotechnical failures
  • Damage assessments and observations, including
    • Fieldwork - itinerary, approach and limitations
    • Damage assessment tools: EEFIT mobile app
    • Remote data sources
    • Damage data processing
    • Damage observations - Samos and Izmir
    • Masonry/ timber typology common to Turkey and Greece
  • Tsunami
  • Relief, response and recovery observations
  • Social media analyses

 

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