Spatial autocorrelation analysis on gene frequencies of blood groups in Turkey

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Spatial Analysis of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease COPD on the Basis of Provinces in Turkey with regards to Actuarial Risk Assessment
Çiftçi, Sezgin; Düzgün, Hafize Şebnem; Başbuğ Erkan, Berna Burçak (2012-10-06)
The goal of this thesis is to analyze and understand the risks of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) with respect to the provinces of Turkey according to the results of spatial analysis.The insurance sector of the country needs that kind of analysis to make more precise pricing in insurance products. Especially in health and life insurance products, morbidities like COPD may affect the life expectancy as much as the premiums. COPD prevalence may exhibit spatial autocorrelation due to spatial simil...
Spatial and temporal variations in atmospheric VOCs, NO2, SO2, and O-3 concentrations at a heavily industrialized region in Western Turkey, and assessment of the carcinogenic risk levels of benzene
CİVAN, MİHRİBAN; ELBİR, TOLGA; Seyfioglu, Remzi; Kuntasal, Öznur; BAYRAM, ABDURRAHMAN; DOĞAN, GÜRAY; YURDAKUL, SEMA; Andic, Ozgun; Muezzinoglu, Aysen; SOFUOĞLU, SAİT CEMİL; PEKEY, HAKAN; PEKEY, BEYHAN; Bozlaker, Ayse; ODABAŞI, MUSTAFA; Tuncel, Süleyman Gürdal (2015-02-01)
Ambient concentrations of volatile organic compounds (VOCs), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), sulphur dioxide (SO2) and ground-level ozone (O-3) were measured at 55 locations around a densely populated industrial zone, hosting a petrochemical complex (Petkim), a petroleum refinery (Tupras), ship-dismantling facilities, several iron and steel plants, and a gas-fired power plant. Five passive sampling campaigns were performed covering summer and winter seasons of 2005 and 2007. Elevated concentrations of VOCs, NO2 and...
Spatial Isopycnal Analysis of the Main Pycnocline Chemistry of the Black Sea: seasonal and interannual variations
Konovalov, Sergey; Tuğrul, Süleyman; BAŞTÜRK, ÖZDEN; SALİHOĞLU, İLKAY (1997-01-01)
The results of 1991-1994 basin-wide investigations have been analysed using the method of spatial isopycnal analysis. Seasonal and interannual variations of phosphates, nitrates, dissolved oxygen and the suboxic zoneare revised. The range and possible reasons of spatial and temporal variations in the density-dependent vertical profiles of nutrients and oxygen in the layer of the main pycnocline, in the thickness and the position of suboxic zone of the Black Sea are discussed.
Spatial analysis of commercially important Lessepsian fish invasion in the Mediterranean Sea
Fach Salihoğlu, Bettina Andrea; Ureten, Mehmet Alp (2021-08-01)
The Mediterranean Sea is home to numerous invasive species that migrated through the Suez Canal, some of which have already established thriving populations. These Lessepsian species account for 2/3 of all alien species recorded in the sea today and impact native species and the equilibrium of the marine ecosystem. One example is Threadfin bream (Nemipterus randalli), a benthic fish with a pelagic larval stage, which was first detected in 2005 off the coast of Israel and has been a particular successful inv...
Spatial Indexing for System-Level Evaluation of 5G Heterogeneous Cellular Networks
Amiri, Roohollah; Balevi, Eren; Andrews, Jeffrey G.; Mehrpouyan, Hani (2020-01-01)
System level simulations of large 5G networks are essential to evaluate and design algorithms related to network issues such as scheduling, mobility management, interference management, and cell planning. In this paper, we look back to the idea of spatial indexing and its advantages, applications, and future potentials in accelerating large 5G network simulations. We introduce a multi-level inheritance based architecture which is used to index all elements of a heterogeneous network (HetNet) on a single geo...
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S. Önde, “Spatial autocorrelation analysis on gene frequencies of blood groups in Turkey,” Middle East Technical University, 1988.