Use of modelling for development of management strategies in control of eutrophication for lake system of Mogan and Eymir

Bayar, A
Soyupak, S
Altinbilek, D
Mukhallalati, L
Kutoglu, Y
Gökçay, Celal Ferdi
Two natural lakes named Eymir and Mogan are experiencing with eutrophication problem. Rehabilitation alternatives for the lake system have been studied in detail; suitable management and pollution prevention plans were established using an integrated system analysis and modelling approach. The effectiveness of different management scenarios have been evaluated.


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A. Bayar, S. Soyupak, D. Altinbilek, L. Mukhallalati, Y. Kutoglu, and C. F. Gökçay, “Use of modelling for development of management strategies in control of eutrophication for lake system of Mogan and Eymir,” FRESENIUS ENVIRONMENTAL BULLETIN, pp. 115–120, 1997, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: