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National earthquake research programme (UDAP) success stories

Source(s):  Ministry of Interior, Disaster and Emergency Management Authority (AFAD)

The aim of the National Earthquake Research Programme (UDAP) in Turkey is to ensure the efficient use of the resources of the country by the projects of which outcomes meet the needs and transfer into the implementation. The programme supports studies conducted in accordance with scientific principles and ethical rules in order to produce information, make scientific comments or solve technological problems.

This booklet presents the projects that have been completed successfully between 2012 and 2018. The projects conducted with Public-University co-operation supported by UDAP has contributed to the enhancement of the earthquake information base, revision of earthquake hazard analysis and hazard maps, development of earthquake-safe settlements and earthquake resistant construction, the protection of the historic and cultural heritage from earthquakes, and the education and awareness-raising activities on earthquakes.



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  • National earthquake research programme (UDAP) success stories
  • Publication date 2020
  • Number of pages 88 p.

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