Doğu Akdeniz kıyıları üreyen kuşları saha araştırması ve Ada Martısının güncel durumu

Özkan, Korhan
Deniz Doğa Su Sempozyumu, Ankara


Effect of meteorology and transport on particle concentrations and size distribution in Eastern Mediterranean atmosphere
Uzunpınar, Elif Sena; Tuncel, Süleyman Gürdal; İmamoğlu, İpek; Department of Environmental Engineering (2022-3-25)
This study aims to examine the relationship between particle sizes and processes in the atmosphere and the effect of dust transport on particle size distribution. Number (0.2 μm to 32 μm) and mass (PM1, PM2.5, and PM10) concentrations were collected at rural (Mediterranean coast - Marmaris) and suburban (Central Anatolia - Ankara) stations between April 1, 2017, and October 31, 2018. The coarse particles were more dominant in the Ankara while the Marmaris contained relatively smaller-sized particles. The lo...
Investigation of 8-year-long composition Record in the Eastern Mediterranean Precipitation
Işıkdemir, Özlem; Tuncel, Süleyman Gürdal; Department of Environmental Engineering (2006)
Measurement of chemical composition of precipitation is important both to understand acidification of terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems and neutralization process in the atmosphere. Such data are scarce in the Mediterranean region. In this study, chemical composition of daily, wet-only, 387 number of rain water samples collected between 1991 and 1999 were investigated to determine levels, temporal variation and long-term trends in concentrations of major ions and trace elements between 1991 and 1999. Sampl...
Comparison of Offshore and River Influenced Coastal Waters in the Eastern Mediterranean
Doğan Sağlamtimur, Neslihan; Tuğrul, Süleyman (2008-01-01)
Depending on the environmental condition and antropogenic nutrient supply, organic matter production and chemical composition show spatial and temporal variabilities in marine environment. The Eastern Mediterranean is known to be one of the oligotrophic seas, where the surface inorganic phosphate and nitrate concentrations vary in the range of 10 to 20 nM and 0.10 to 0.30 mu M, respectively. Primary production is, therefore, mainly controlled by phosphate. The exceptionally low phosphate concentrations have...
Geochemical traces of historical Eastern Mediterranean tsunamis in the sediments of Ölüdeniz lagoon, SW Turkey.
Yeniçeri, Murat Toygar; Avşar, Ulaş; Department of Geological Engineering (2020)
Tsunami is flooding of huge wave of sea water over the land that has the potential to cause destruction and devastation on the coastal regions. They are the result of large subaqueous mass movements possibly related to earthquakes, landslides and volcanic eruptions. More than 44 tsunamis having intensities higher than 6 have been recorded historically in the Mediterranean and connected seas. In order to reveal their sedimentological traces, we investigated Ölüdeniz Lagoon, a depositional environment which h...
Probabilistic seismic hazard assessment of Eastern Marmara and evaluation of Turkish Earthquake Code requirements
Ocak, Recai Soner; Gülerce, Zeynep; Department of Civil Engineering (2011)
The primary objective of this study is to evaluate the seismic hazard in the Eastern Marmara Region using improved seismic source models and enhanced ground motion prediction models by probabilistic approach. Geometry of the fault zones (length, width, dip angle, segmentation points etc.) is determined by the help of available fault maps and traced source lines on the satellite images. State of the art rupture model proposed by USGS Working Group in 2002 is applied to the source system. Composite reoccurren...
Citation Formats
K. Özkan and B. Ç. YAPAN, “Doğu Akdeniz kıyıları üreyen kuşları saha araştırması ve Ada Martısının güncel durumu,” presented at the Deniz Doğa Su Sempozyumu, Ankara, 2017, Accessed: 00, 2022. [Online]. Available: