The roles of hydrology and nutrients in alternative equlibria of two shallow lakes of anatolia, lake Eymir and lake Mogan: Using monitoring and modeling approaches.

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2002
Tan, Can Ozan

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C. O. Tan, “The roles of hydrology and nutrients in alternative equlibria of two shallow lakes of anatolia, lake Eymir and lake Mogan: Using monitoring and modeling approaches.,” Middle East Technical University, 2002.