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The name Plaka became commonly in use in the first years of the rule of King Otto.
The origin of the name is uncertain: it has been theorized to come from Arvanite "Pliak Athena", meaning "Old Athens", Plaka is on the northeast slope of Acropolis, between Syntagma and Monastiraki square.
The name "Plaka" was not in use until after the Greek War of Independence.
Instead, the Athenians of that time referred to the area by various names such as Alikokou, Kontito, Kandili, or by the names of the local churches.
The radial flow patterns of the initial phonolites provide evidence for doming.
Another important observation is that the rift geometry was greatly influenced by pre-existing structures of the underlying Mozambique Mobile Belt.
The authors equally contributed to the geological, tectonic, hydrological, and paleoenvironmental highlights of the various parts of the EARS presented in this overview paper.
Giday Wolde Gabriel acknowledges the collaborative studies conducted as part of the Middle Awash and the Konso Geological and Paleoanthropological research projects in different parts of the Ethiopian Rift System for his contribution.
Large boundary faults and opposing flexural margins, producing mobile asymmetrical full and half-graben basins that are individually linked along the rift axis, mark the Western Rift Valley.These basins are frequently occupied by elongate and narrow lakes (largely freshwater) separated by accommodation zones and containing significant hydrocarbon resources especially in the Albertine Graben.Small to large lakes existed in the EARS during the Plio–Pleistocene.Lakes in the Western Rift are large and deep, whereas those in the Kenya, Main Ethiopian, and Afar Rifts are generally small and shallow.Geological records indicate that the lakes sensitively responded to orbital forcing as well as to local, regional, and global climatic, environmental, and tectonic changes, resulting in fluctuating lake sizes and even desiccation.