Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles


  • E. Karasözen, E. Nissen, E. A. Bergman, A. Ghods, (2019). Seismotectonics of the Zagros (Iran) from orogen-wide, calibrated earthquake relocations. J. Geophys. Res. Solid Earth, 
  • E. Nissen, A. Ghods, E. Karasözen, W. D. Barnhart, E. A. Bergman, J. R. Elliott, G. P. Hayes, F. Tan, W. Abdulnaby, H. M. Benz, L. Chen, M. Jamal-Reyhani, M. Nemati, and M. Talebian (2019). The 12 November 2017 Mw 7.3 Ezgeleh-Sarpol-e Zahab (Iran) earthquake and active tectonics of the Lurestan arc. J. Geophys. Res. Solid Earth, 124, 2124-2152,
  • E. Savidge, E. Nissen, M. Nemati, E. Karasözen, J. Hollingsworth, M. Talebian, E. Bergman, A. Ghods, M. Ghorashi, E. Kosari, A. Rashidi, and A. Rashidi, A., (2019). The December 2017 Hojedk (Iran) earthquake triplet – sequential rupture of shallow reverse faults in a strike-slip restraining bend. Geophys. J. Int., 217, 909-925,


  • E. Karasözen, E. Nissen, P. Büyükakpinar, M. D. Cambaz, M. Kahraman, E. Kalkan-Ertan, B. Abgarmi, E. A. Bergman, A. Ghods, and A. A. Özacar (2018). The 2017 July 20 Mw 6.6 Bodrum-Kos earthquake illuminates active faulting in the Gulf of Gokova, SW Turkey. Geophys. J. Int., 214, 185-199,


  • E. Karasözen, E. Nissen, E. A. Bergman, K. L. Johnson, and R. J. Walters (2016). Normal faulting in the Simav graben of western Turkey reassessed with calibrated earthquake relocations, J. Geophys. Res. Solid Earth, 121, 4553-4574,

  • E. Karasözen, J. C. Andrews-Hanna, J. M. Dohm, and R. C. Anderson (2016). The formation of the South Tharsis Ridge Belt: Basin and Range style extension on early Mars?, J. Geophys. Res. Planets, 121, 916-943,


  • A. Copley, E. Karasözen, B. Oveisi, J. R. Elliott, S. Samsonov, and E. Nissen (2015). Seismogenic faulting of the sedimentary sequence and laterally variable material properties in the Zagros Mountains (Iran) revealed by the August 2014 Murmuri (E. Dehloran) earthquake sequence, Geophys. J. Int., 203, 1436-1459,


  • E. Karasözen, A. A.  Ozacar, C. B. Biryol, and S. L. Beck (2014). Seismicity, focal mechanisms and active stress eld around the central segment of the North Anatolian Fault in Turkey, Geophys. J. Int., 196, 405-421.