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Fig. 1 | Earth, Planets and Space

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From: Source mechanism of the 23 October, 2011, Van (Turkey) earthquake (Mw = 7.1) and aftershocks with its tectonic implications

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(a) The general neotectonic map of Anatolia. K—Karlıova, KM—Kahramanmaraş, DSFZ—Dead Sea Fault Zone, EAFZ—East Anatolian Fault Zone, NAFZ—North Anatolian Fault Zone (Şengör et al., 1985; Barka, 1992; Bozkurt, 2001). (b) Neotectonic map of the East Anatolian and Van region. A—Ağrı Mountain, K—Karacadağ, N—Nemrut Mountain, S—Süphan Mountain, T—Tendürek Mountain, AF—Ağrı Fault, BF—Bulanık Fault, ÇF—Çaldıran Fault, EF—Erciş Fault, HF—Horasan Fault, IF—Iğdır Fault, MF—Malazgirt Fault, OF—Ovacık Fault, SF—Süphan Fault, BFZ—Balıklı-lake Fault Zone, BsF—Başkale Fault, ÇFZ—Çobandede Fault Zone, DFZ—Dumlu Fault Zone, HFZ—Hasan Timur Fault Zone, KBF—Kavakbaşı Fault, KFZ—Kağızman Fault Zone, DBFZ—Doğubeyazıt Fault Zone, KyFZ—Karayazı Fault, TFZ—Tutak Fault Zone, YSFZ—Yüksekova-Şemdinli Fault Zone, NEAFZ—Northeast Anatolian Fault Zone (Bozkurt, 2001).

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