Pollution control standarda for fresh waters.

Çakiroğlu , Mehmet


Pollution haven hypothesis and the role of dirty industries in Turkey's exports
Akbostancı Özkazanç, Elif; Tunç, Gül İpek (2007-04-01)
The pollution haven hypothesis maintains that the industries that are highly pollution intensive, i.e. dirty industries, have been migrating from developed economies to the developing world. It is argued that the environmental concerns of the developed economies caused them to enact strict environmental regulations, which have increased the cost of production of the dirty industries at home. On the other hand, the developing countries with their low wages and lax environmental regulations have been attracti...
Pollution and International Trade: Evaluation of the Turkish Case Through Input-Output Analysis
Aşık, Serap; Akbostancı Özkazanç, Elif; Tunç, Gül İpek (2013-10-25)
Pollution characteristics and human health risks of potentially (eco) toxic elements (PTEs) in road dust from metropolitan area of Hefei, China
Ali, Muhammad Ubaid; Liu, Guijian; Yousaf, Balal; Abbas, Qumber; Ullah, Habib; Munir, Mehr Ahmed Mujtaba; Fu, Biao (2017-08-01)
This study aims to investigate the pollution characteristics of road dust and their associated health risks of potentially toxic elements (PTEs) to humans using array-based risk assessment models described by United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) in a metropolitan area of Hefei, China. Geoaccumulation index (I-geo) was used to describe pollution characteristics of roadside dust in urban, periurban and industrial areas. Results indicate that industrial roadside dust was contaminated with Fe, ...
ORHON, D; USLU, O; MERIC, S; SALIHOGLU, I; FILIBELI, A (Elsevier BV, 1994-01-01)
A number of studies have so far been conducted to assess the magnitude of pollution generated by domestic and industrial sources in the Istanbul Metropolitan Area. They indicate that a management scheme for wastewater treatment and disposal should involve a total discharge of 15.4 m3 s-1 with a potential pollution load of 330 tons BOD5 day-1 for 1990. A scheme of this magnitude inevitably requires careful evaluation of receiving water characteristics, both from an oceanographic and a quality standpoint.
Teksöz, Gaye; BALKAS, TI (1991-01-01)
Sediment accumulation in the Golden Horn has been established by means of a useful geochronological technique; 210Pb Radiometric Dating Method. The 210Pb dating technique revealed a sediment accumulation rate of 3.5 cm yr−1 which is very reasonable given the characteristics of the Golden Horn. The 210Pb profile also revealed three distinct levels in the sediments of the Golden Horn; a surface layer with nearly uniform activities, an exponential decay interval and a lower region with almost constant low act...
Citation Formats
M. Çakiroğlu, “Pollution control standarda for fresh waters.,” Middle East Technical University, 1974.