Moho depth and crustal thinning in the Marmara Sea region from gravity data inversion

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Kende, J.; Henry, P.; Bayrakci, G.; Özeren, M.S.; Grall, C.;
(2017)
  • Publisher: American Geophysical Union
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1002/2015JB012735
  • Subject: [SDU.STU]Sciences of the Universe [physics]/Earth Sciences | [ SDU.STU ] Sciences of the Universe [physics]/Earth Sciences

International audience; The free-air gravity in the Marmara Sea reveals that the low density of sedimentary basins is partly compensated in the lower crust. We compiled geophysical upper crust studies to determine the sediment basin geometries in and around the Marmara ... View more
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