Savas Karabulut

UCTEA, the Branch of Geophysical Engineering

Savaş Karabulut earned his Ph.D. from the Istanbul University in Geophysical Engineering and worked as a Research Assistant and Assist. Prof. Dr. at the Istanbul University, Faculty of Engineering Department of Geophysical Engineering. He carried out many studies in engineering seismology and soil engineering problems, with his current research oriented on seawater intrusion and Aegean Tectonics. He has published books, many articles, and conference papers. He is a member of the Union of Chambers of Turkish Engineers and Architects, European Geoscience Union, American Geophysical Union, and Earthquake Engineering Association of Turkey.

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Cave investigation is one of the most interesting research field in natural and earth sciences, showing a rapid development with technological progress. It coincides with a number of scientific disciplines to address the early human histrory, habitats of living lives and specimens. This book will be useful to students and researchers as well as to earth scientists, archeologist, biologist, natural sciences, and other experts in a other related of disciplines. The volume consists of three sections sorted thematically, each focusing on a certain aspect. The book presents results on the determination and definition of caves discussed by means of geographic, geophysical, and geological applications. Geomorphometric analysis using GIS and laser scanning, the importance of electric tomography method in cave detection, the use of groundwater sources in agricultural areas, and the habitats of bats and species are studied on several cave studies.

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