Sustainable Stormwater Management on METU Campus Ankara Turkey

G G, Topal
Düzgün, Hafize Şebnem
Erdoğan, Sinan Turhan
Kentel Erdoğan, Elçin
Alp, Emre


Sustainable Stormwater Management on METU Campus
Gizem G, Topal; Düzgün, Hafize Şebnem; Erdoğan, Sinan Turhan; Kentel, Elçin; Alp, Emre (null; 2015-03-29)
Sustainable Stormwater Management on METU Campus Ankara Turkey Smart and Sustainable Campuses Conference
Topal, Gızem Gul; Düzgün, Hafize Şebnem; Erdogan, Sınan Turhan; Kentel, Elçin; Alp, Emre (2015-04-01)
Sustainable Campus Initiatives through Integrated Solid Waste Management in METU Campus, Turkey
Bahçelioğlu, Ecem; Buğdayci, Selin; Doğan, Nazlı Barçın; Şimşek, Naz; Kaya, Sinan; Alp, Emre (null; 2017-10-08)
Middle East Technical University (METU) is an international research university with about 27000 students. The METU campus area is 4500 hectares including residential areas which have a capacity of 7000 students, shopping center, banks, food courts, indoor sports facilities, tennis courts, football fields, swimming pools, dormitories, cafeterias, a technopolis (an organized research and business center), forest, a shallow lake, and department buildings. Because of its large population and variety of activit...
Sustainable water and stormwater management for METU campus
Kiraz, Melike; Alp, Emre; Kentel Erdoğan, Elçin; Department of Environmental Engineering (2018)
As the environmental concerns increase, Sustainable/Green Campus applications with high level of environmental performance became widespread all over the world. Sustainable Campus practices include implementations regarding energy, waste, food, water, buildings and transportation. As a part of sustainable campus implementations, sustainable water management is an approach to plan, manage and use the water in the campus. In this context, METU is aware of the need to take actions for providing sustainable sol...
Sustainable management of Mogan and Eymir Lakes in Central Turkey
Yagbasan, Ozlem; Yazıcıgil, Hasan (2009-01-01)
Mogan and Eymir Lakes, located 20 km south of Ankara in Central Turkey, are important aesthetic, recreational, and ecological resources. Dikilitas and Ikizce reservoirs, constructed on upstream surface waters, are two man-made structures in the basin encompassing an area of 985 km(2). The purpose of this study is to quantify groundwater components in lakes' budgets and to assess the potential impacts of upstream reservoirs on lake levels for sustainable management of the system. Available data have been use...
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T. G G, H. Ş. Düzgün, S. T. Erdoğan, E. Kentel Erdoğan, and E. Alp, “Sustainable Stormwater Management on METU Campus Ankara Turkey,” 2015, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: