Predicting Diel, Diurnal and Nocturnal Dynamics of Dissolved Oxygen and Chlorophyll-a Using Regression Models and Neural Networks

2013-09-01
KARAKAYA, NUSRET
EVRENDİLEK, FATİH
GÜNGÖR, KEREM
Onal, Deniz
Human-induced and natural interruptions with continuous streams of observational data necessitate the development of gap-filling and prediction strategies towards better understanding, monitoring and management of aquatic systems. This study quantified the efficacy of multiple non-linear regression (MNLR) versus artificial neural network (ANN) models as well as the temporal partitioning of diurnal versus nocturnal data for the predictions of chlorophyll-a (chl-a) and dissolved oxygen (DO) dynamics. The temporal partitioning increased the predictive performances of the best MNLR models of diurnal DO by 45% and nocturnal DO by 4%, relative to the best diel MNLR model of diel DO (r(adj)(2) = 68.8%). The ANN-based predictions had a higher predictive power than the MNLR-based predictions for both chl-a and DO except for diurnal DO dynamics. The best ANNs based on independent validations were multilayer perceptron (MLP) for diel chl-a, generalized feedforward (GFF) for diurnal and nocturnal chl-a, MLP for diel DO, GFF for diurnal DO, and MLP for nocturnal DO.
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Citation Formats
N. KARAKAYA, F. EVRENDİLEK, K. GÜNGÖR, and D. Onal, “Predicting Diel, Diurnal and Nocturnal Dynamics of Dissolved Oxygen and Chlorophyll-a Using Regression Models and Neural Networks,” CLEAN-SOIL AIR WATER, pp. 872–877, 2013, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/67651.