Marine Ecosystem Evolution in a Changing Environment (MEECE)

MEECE is a scientific research project which aims to use a combination of data synthesis, numerical simulation and targeted experimentation to further our knowledge of how marine ecosystems will respond to combinations of multiple climate change and anthropogenic drivers. With an emphasis on the European Marine Strategy (EMS), MEECE will improve the decision support tools to provide a structured link between management questions and the knowledge base that can help to address those questions. A strong knowledge transfer element will provide an effective means of communication between end-users and scientists.


Japan and Europe Network for Neutrino and Intensity Frontier Experimental Research (JENNIFER)
Zeyrek, Mehmet Tevfik(2019-3-31)
European particle physics groups interested in searching signals of new physics both with neutrinos, at T2K experiment, and at the intensity frontier, with the Belle-II experiment at the SUPERKEKB machine, want to share between them and with KEK laboratory their knowledge in data analysis and detector technologies. Such knowledge sharing will enhance skills and competences of all participants, will allow Europe to play a primary role in the search for deviations from the actually known fundamental physics i...
Environmental applications of hyperspectral anomaly and target detection algorithms
Soydan, Hilal; Karpuz, Celal; Department of Mining Engineering (2017)
The objective of this thesis study is to understand the capacity of hyperspectral anomaly detection and target detection algorithms for contamination mapping, with a focus on developing a new methodology for environmental problems related to coal mining operations. Considering the data availability, specific chemical structure and reflectance properties as well as being one of the common contaminants in mining operations, hydrocarbon induced problems are studied for water and soil medium separately. Having ...
European Union Basin-scale Analysis, Synthesis and Integration (EURO-BASIN)
Salihoğlu, Barış(2014-12-30)
EURO-BASIN is designed to advance our understanding on the variability, potential impacts, and feedbacks of global change and anthropogenic forcing on the structure, function and dynamics of the North Atlantic and associated shelf sea ecosystems as well as the key species influencing carbon sequestering and ecosystem functioning. The ultimate goal of the program is to further our capacity to manage these systems in a sustainable manner following the ecosystem approach. Given the scope and the international ...
Non-thermal production of pure hydrogen from biomass: HYVOLUTION
Claassen, Pieternel A. M.; de Vrije, Truus; Koukios, Emmanuel; van Niel, Ed; Eroğlu, İnci; Modigell, Michael; Friedl, Anton; Wukovits, Walter; Ahrer, Werner (Elsevier BV, 2010-01-01)
The objectives and methodology of the EU-funded research project HYVOLUTION devoted to hydrogen production from biomass are reviewed.
megaCITY - Zoom for the ENvironment (CITYZEN)
Salihoğlu, Barış(2011-8-31)
We will determine the air pollution distribution and change in and around hotspots over the last decade from extensive satellite and in-situ observations and we will employ a series of different scale models in order to analyze the impacts of air pollution hot spots on regional and global air quality including potential future changes for various climate scenarios. Focus is on ozone and particulate matter with chemical and physical characterization, and their precursors. The Eastern Mediterranean (Istanbul,...
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B. Salihoğlu, “Marine Ecosystem Evolution in a Changing Environment (MEECE),” 2013. Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: