Academic Repository – Turkey-Syria Earthquakes

Academic News Articles

Asgary, A. (2023) Turkey and Syria earthquake: Long-term funding is needed to support search-and-rescue after major disasters. The Conversation, 13 February.

Evans, J. (2023) Turkey-Syria earthquake: the challenge of delivering aid in a disaster zone. The Conversation, 9 February.

Galea, S. (2023) The Turkey-Syria Earthquake and the Challenge of Disasters. Boston University, 10 February.

Holdsworth, B. (2023) Turkey-Syria earthquakes: shallow depth of main shocks is a key reason why they’ve been so devastating. The Conversation, 8 February.

Jenkins, J. (2023) Turkey-Syria earthquakes: a seismologist explains what has happened. The Conversation, 6 February.

Kelman, I. (2023) Turkey-Syria earthquake: how disaster diplomacy can bring warring countries together to save lives. The Conversation, 7 February.

Opdyke, A. (2023) Secondary crises after the Turkey-Syria earthquakes are now the greatest threat to life. The Conversation, 14 February.


UK Government Documents

Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (2023) Turkey and Syria earthquakes: what you can do to help. Available from:

Loft, P. (2023) Earthquake in Syria and Turkey February 2023. House of Commons Library, 15 February.


University of Lincoln Library Resources

Avraham, E. (2017) Changing the conversation: how developing countries handle the international media during disasters, conflicts, and tourism crises. Journal of Information Policy, 7, 275-296.

Chalaris, M., Emmanouloudis, D. and Wen, J-C. (2018) Novel approaches in risk, crisis and disaster management. New York: Nova Science Publishers [ebook].

Coleman, W.C. (2016) Earthquakes: Monitoring Technology, Disaster Management, and Impact Assessment. New York: Nova Science Publishers [ebook].

Habulan, I. and Bagaric, Z. (2021) “As soon as I turned off the camera, we jumped to help”: nonverbal communication of Croatian TV journalists in coverage of sudden crises events. International Society for Technology, Education and Science. Available from:

Quinn, A.P. (ed.) (2014) Earthquakes: Risk Factors, Seismic Effects and Economic Consequences. New York: Nova Science Publishers [ebook].


World Health Organization (2023) Statement – Türkiye/Syria earthquakes. Available from:


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