Applications of the GPR Technique to indoor, bridge deck and pier structures: case studies in Turkey

Near Surface Geophysics, 2016, 14, 156-169, GPR, indoor, bridge deck, pier strucures

Integrated geophysical investigations at a sacred Hittite Area in Central Anatolia, Turkey

Near Surface Geophysics, 2015, 13, 523-543, magnetic gradiometry, ground penetrating radar, electrical resistivity tomography, seismic refraction tomography, multi-channel analysis of surface wave tomography

Electrical resistivity tomography monitoring studies at Balçova (Turkey) geothermal site

Near Surface Geophysics, 2014, 12, 337-350, Electrical resistivity tomography, ERT

Integrated geophysical surveys for the subsurface mapping of buried structures under and surrounding of the Agios Voukolos Church in İzmir, Turkey

Journal of Archaeological Science 38 2231-2242 (2011), Magnetic gradiometry, electrical resistivity tomography, ground penetrating radar, indoor investigations, agios voukolos, İzmir

Identification of gypsum karstification using an electrical resistivity tomography technique: The case-study of the Sivas gypsum karst area (Turkey)

Engineering Geology 252 (2019) 78-98 Electrical resistivity tomography, ERT, Evaporate, Gypsum karst, Sinkhole, Sivas


Integrated geophysical investigations in a fault zone located on southwestern part of İzmir city, Western Anatolia, Turkey

Journal of Applied Geophysics 136 (2017) 114-133, integrated geophysics, faulting,ERT, SRT, GPR, Magnetics

Magnetic and electrical resistivity tomography investigations in a Roman legionary camp site (Legio IV Scythica) in Zeugma, Southeastern Anatolia, Turkey

Archaeological Prospection 15, 159-186 (2008), Electrical resistivity tomography, magnetic survey, roman military installation, Zeugma

Magnetic imaging and electrical resistivity tomography studies in a Roman military installation found in Satala archaeological site, northeastern Anatolia, Turkey

Journal of Archaeological Science 35 259-271 (2008), Magnetic imaging, electrical resistivity tomography, roman military installation, Satala