Sabri Bulent Tank
Sabri Bulent Tank
Professor of Geophysics, Bogazici University
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Seismoelectromagnetic effect associated with the Izmit earthquake and its aftershocks
M Matsushima, Y Honkura, N Oshiman, S Baris, MK Tunçer, SB Tank, ...
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 92 (1), 350-360, 2002
Magnetotelluric imaging of the fault rupture area of the 1999 Izmit (Turkey) earthquake
SB Tank, Y Honkura, Y Ogawa, M Matsushima, N Oshiman, MK Tunçer, ...
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 150 (1-3), 213-225, 2005
Preliminary results of multidisciplinary observations before, during and after the Kocaeli (Izmit) earthquake in the western part of the North Anatolian Fault Zone
Y Honkura, AM Isikara, N Oshiman, A Ito, B Uçer, S Baris, MK Tunçer, ...
Earth Planets and Space 52 (4), 293-298, 2000
Two electrical conductors beneath Kusatsu-Shirane volcano, Japan, imaged by audiomagnetotellurics, and their implications for the hydrothermal system
Nurhasan, Y Ogawa, N Ujihara, SB Tank, Y Honkura, S Onizawa, T Mori, ...
Earth Planets Space 58, 1053-1059, 2006
Hydrothermal system beneath Mt. Fuji volcano inferred from magnetotellurics and electric self-potential
K Aizawa, R Yoshimura, N Oshiman, K Yamazaki, T Uto, Y Ogawa, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 235 (1-2), 343-355, 2005
Resistivity structure in the western part of the fault rupture zone associated with the 1999 Izmit earthquake and its seismogenic implication
T SB, Y Honkura, Y Ogawa, N Oshiman, T MK, M Matsushima, C Çelik, ...
Earth, planets and space 55 (7), 437-442, 2003
Anatomy of active volcanic edifice at the Kusatsu–Shirane volcano, Japan, by magnetotellurics: hydrothermal implications for volcanic unrests
KH Tseng, Y Ogawa, Nurhasan, SB Tank, N Ujihara, Y Honkura, A Terada, ...
Earth, Planets and Space 72, 1-11, 2020
Electrical characterization of the North Anatolian Fault Zone underneath the Marmara Sea, Turkey by ocean bottom magnetotellurics
T Kaya, T Kasaya, SB Tank, Y Ogawa, MK Tunçer, N Oshiman, Y Honkura, ...
Geophysical Journal International 193 (2), 664-677, 2013
Geomagnetic signature of the 1999 August 11 total eclipse
SRC Malin, O Özcan, SB Tank, MK Tunçer, O Yazici-Çakin
Geophysical Journal International 140 (3), F13-F16, 2000
Asperity along the North Anatolian Fault imaged by magnetotellurics at Düzce, Turkey
T Kaya, SB Tank, MK Tunçer, II Rokoityansky, E Tolak, T Savchenko
Earth, planets and space 61 (7), 871-884, 2009
Electrical conductivity of a locked fault: investigation of the Ganos segment of the North Anatolian Fault using three-dimensional magnetotellurics
M Karaş, SB Tank, S Özaydın
Earth, Planets and Space 69, 1-14, 2017
Rapid changes in the electrical state of the 1999 Izmit earthquake rupture zone
Y Honkura, N Oshiman, M Matsushima, Ş Barış, M Kemal Tunçer, ...
Nature communications 4 (1), 2116, 2013
Fault zone conductors in Northwest Turkey inferred from audio frequency magnetotellurics
SB Tank
Earth, planets and space 64 (9), 729-742, 2012
Revealing the electrical properties of a gneiss dome using three-dimensional magnetotellurics: Burial and exhumation cycles associated with faulting in Central Anatolia, Turkey
SB Tank, S Özaydın, M Karaş
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 283, 26-37, 2018
Solar and lunar geomagnetic variations in the northwestern part of Turkey
C Çelik, MK Tunçer, E Tolak-Çiftçi, M Zobu, N Oshiman, SB Tank
Geophysical Journal International 189 (1), 391-399, 2012
Electrical resistivity structure at the North-Central Turkey inferred from three-dimensional magnetotellurics
S Özaydın, SB Tank, M Karaş
Earth, Planets and Space 70 (1), 1-9, 2018
Unraveling the electrical conductivity structure to decipher the hydrothermal system beneath the Mt. Hasan composite volcano and its vicinity, SW Cappadocia, Turkey
SB Tank, M Karaş
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 405, 107048, 2020
Rotation of the geomagnetic field about an optimum pole
S Bülent Tank
Geophysical Journal International 140 (2), 461-464, 2000
Upper crustal electrical resistivity structures in the vicinity of the Çatalca Fault, Istanbul, Turkey by magnetotelluric data
G Karcioğlu, SB Tank, A Gürer, ET Çiftçi, T Kaya, MK Tunçer
Studia Geophysica et Geodaetica 57, 292-308, 2013
Probing the relationship between electrical conductivity and creep through upper crustal fluids along the western part of the North Anatolian Fault with three-dimensional …
M Karaş, SB Tank, Y Ogawa, N Oshiman, M Matsushima, Y Honkura
Tectonophysics 791, 228561, 2020
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