A hemispheric dust storm in April 1994 - Observations, modelling and analyses

Ozsoy, E
Nickovic, S
Kubilay, N
Saydam, C


A hemispheric dust storm affecting the Atlantic and Mediterranean in April 1994: Analyses, modeling, ground-based measurements and satellite observations
Ozsoy, E; Kubilay, N; Nickovic, S; Moulin, C (American Geophysical Union (AGU), 2001-08-27)
One of the largest recorded dust tranpsort events originating from the great Sahara desert during April 1994 affected the entire region extending from the Caribbean to the Eurasian continent. This hemispherical transport of airborne dust took place during a series of storms that developed during the first three weeks of April in a background of low-index circulation. These repeated events are studied through the combined analyses and interpretation of atmospheric data, ground-based aerosol measurements, vis...
A bucky onion from C-20 and C-60 - an AM1 treatment
Türker, Burhan Lemi (2001-07-09)
A bucky onion-like composite system of C-20 in C-60 Structure was subjected to semiempirical quantum chemical treatment at the level of AMI-REF type calculations. The composite system was found to be a highly endothermic but stable structure. Strong 'through-space' type interaction between C-20 and C-60 shells should exist resulting a dipole moment originating from C-60 shell to C-20 shell. Thus, the composite system should have anisotropic polarizability. (C) 2001 Elsevier Science BN. All rights reserved.
A Laboratory Column Investigation for the Treatment of Cr(VI) with Zero-Valent Iron
Uyusur, Burcu; Ünlü, Kahraman (Mary Ann Liebert Inc, 2009-02-01)
Permeable reactive barrier (PRB) technology is commonly placed in the list of options for groundwater remediation at hazardous waste sites, where Cr(VI) treatment in groundwater has been a concern more than any other inorganic contaminants. The objective of this study was to investigate the effectiveness and longevity of Cr(VI) removal with zero-valent iron based PRBs. The main focus was on two parameters affecting the performance of Cr(VI) removal with PRBs: (1) amount of reactive media and (2) groundwater...
The September 28th, 2018, Tsunami In Palu-Sulawesi, Indonesia: A Post-Event Field Survey
Omira, R.; Dogan, G. G.; Hidayat, R.; Husrin, S.; Prasetya, G.; Annunziato, A.; Proietti, C.; Probst, P.; Paparo, M. A.; Wronna, M.; Zaytsev, A.; Pronin, P.; Giniyatullin, A.; Putra, P. S.; Hartanto, D.; Ginanjar, G.; Kongko, W.; Pelinovsky, E.; Yalçıner, Ahmet Cevdet (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2019-2-28)
On September 28th, 2018, a powerful earthquake (M-w 7.5) struck the Island of Sulawesi in Indonesia. The earthquake was followed by a destructive and deadly tsunami that hit the Bay of Palu. A UNESCO international tsunami survey team responded to the disaster and surveyed 125km of coastline along the Palu Bay up to the earthquake epicentre region. The team performed 78 tsunami runup and inundation height measurements throughout the surveyed coastline. Measured values reached 9.1m for the runup height and 8....
The new chemicals policy of the eu and its environmental implications on EU and Turkey
Bacakoğlu, Zeliha; Güneş, Şule; Department of European Studies (2016)
This thesis aims at analysing the REACH Regulation which constitutes the backbone of the New Chemicals Policy of the EU in the context of the environmental framework. Related to that aim, basic instruments of the Regulation are considered in order to clarify what kind of health and environmental benefits to be obtained with them. Secondly, the EU-Turkey relations is examined with its twofold nature under the Customs Union and candidacy process by seeking an answer to the question of possible legislative and...
Citation Formats
E. Ozsoy, S. Nickovic, N. Kubilay, and C. Saydam, “A hemispheric dust storm in April 1994 - Observations, modelling and analyses,” 1998, vol. 13, p. 259, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/67725.