Murat Ercanoglu
Murat Ercanoglu
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Assessment of landslide susceptibility for a landslide-prone area (north of Yenice, NW Turkey) by fuzzy approach
M Ercanoglu, C Gokceoglu
Environmental geology 41 (6), 720-730, 2002
4242002
Use of fuzzy relations to produce landslide susceptibility map of a landslide prone area (West Black Sea Region, Turkey)
M Ercanoglu, C Gokceoglu
Engineering Geology 75 (3-4), 229-250, 2004
3772004
Landslide susceptibility zoning north of Yenice (NW Turkey) by multivariate statistical techniques
M Ercanoglu, C Gokceoglu, TWJ Van Asch
Natural Hazards 32 (1), 1-23, 2004
1772004
Estimating the deformation modulus of rock masses: a comparative study
A Kayabasi, C Gokceoglu, M Ercanoglu
International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences 40 (1), 55-63, 2003
1692003
Discontinuity controlled probabilistic slope failure risk maps of the Altindag (settlement) region in Turkey
C Gokceoglu, H Sonmez, M Ercanoglu
Engineering Geology 55 (4), 277-296, 2000
1512000
Landslide susceptibility assessment of SE Bartin (West Black Sea region, Turkey) by artificial neural networks
M Ercanoglu
Copernicus Gesellschaft Mbh, 2005
1392005
Landslide identification and classification by object-based image analysis and fuzzy logic: An example from the Azdavay region (Kastamonu, Turkey)
B Aksoy, M Ercanoglu
Computers & Geosciences 38 (1), 87-98, 2012
1122012
A new approach to use AHP in landslide susceptibility mapping: a case study at Yenice (Karabuk, NW Turkey)
GD Hasekioğulları, M Ercanoglu
Natural Hazards 63 (2), 1157-1179, 2012
1102012
Adaptation and comparison of expert opinion to analytical hierarchy process for landslide susceptibility mapping
M Ercanoglu, O Kasmer, N Temiz
Bulletin of Engineering Geology and the Environment 67 (4), 565-578, 2008
862008
Dynamics of a complex mass movement triggered by heavy rainfall: a case study from NW Turkey
F Ocakoglu, C Gokceoglu, M Ercanoglu
Geomorphology 42 (3-4), 329-341, 2002
782002
Application of logistic regression and fuzzy operators to landslide susceptibility assessment in Azdavay (Kastamonu, Turkey)
M Ercanoglu, FA Temiz
Environmental Earth Sciences 64 (4), 949-964, 2011
752011
Assessment of ASTER satellite images in landslide inventory mapping: Yenice-Gökçebey (Western Black Sea Region, Turkey)
T Alkevli, M Ercanoglu
Bulletin of Engineering Geology and the Environment 70 (4), 607-617, 2011
352011
Landslide susceptibility mapping at Ovacık-Karabük (Turkey) using different artificial neural network models: comparison of training algorithms
A Can, G Dagdelenler, M Ercanoglu, H Sonmez
Bulletin of Engineering Geology and the Environment 78 (1), 89-102, 2019
342019
Determination of the rockfall source in an urban settlement area by using a rule-based fuzzy evaluation
H Aksoy, M Ercanoglu
342006
Predicting uniaxial compressive strength and deformation modulus of volcanic bimrock considering engineering dimension
H Sonmez, M Ercanoglu, A Kalender, G Dagdelenler, C Tunusluoglu
International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences 100 (86), 91-103, 2016
292016
Fuzzified kinematic analysis of discontinuity-controlled rock slope instabilities
H Aksoy, M Ercanoglu
Engineering Geology 89 (3-4), 206-219, 2007
272007
Modeling wildland fire susceptibility using fuzzy systems
M Ercanoglu, KT Weber, J Langille, R Neves
GIScience & Remote Sensing 43 (3), 268-282, 2006
152006
An Overview on the Landslide Susceptibility Assessment Techniques
M Ercanoglu
ENVIRONMENT and GEOSCIENCE, 2008
132008
Contributions to spatial landslide assessments in the Bâc tableland
N BOBOC, I BEJAN, T CASTRAVEŢ, I JECHIU, V MUNTEAN, ...
GEOREVIEW: Scientific Annals of Stefan cel Mare University of Suceava …, 2009
82009
Application of Chebyshev theorem to data preparation in landslide susceptibility mapping studies: an example from Yenice (Karabük, Turkey) region
M Ercanoglu, G Dağdelenler, E Özsayin, T Alkevlı, H Sönmez, NN Özyurt, ...
Journal of Mountain Science 13 (11), 1923-1940, 2016
72016
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