Marine Biogeochemistry Under The Influence of Fish And Fisheries: An Ecosystem Modeling Study



Marine Biogeochemistry Under The Influence of (Mesopelagic) Fish and Fisheries: An Ecosystem Modeling Study
Dişa, Deniz; Akoğlu, Ekin; Salihoğlu, Barış (null; 2018-02-11)
The ocean and the marine ecosystems are important controllers of the global carbon cycle. They play a pivotal role in capturing atmospheric carbon into the ocean body, transforming it into organic carbon through photosynthesis and transporting it to the depths of the ocean. Fish, which has a significant role in the marine food webs, is thought to have a considerable impact on carbon export. More specifically, fish has a control on plankton dynamics as a predator, it provides nutrient to the ecosystem by its...
Marine Ecosystem Evolution in a Changing Environment (MEECE)
Salihoğlu, Barış(2013-2-28)
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 knowl...
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Kıdeyş, Ahmet Erkan; Šubelj, Gašper; Aydın, Mustafa (European Environment Agency, 2021-01-01)
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Çakıroğlu, Cem; Yurteri, Coşkun; Department of Environmental Engineering (1993)
Marine Chemical Technology and Sensors for Marine Waters: Potentials and Limits
Moore, Tommy S.; Mullaugh, Katherine. M.; Holyoke, Rebecca R.; Madison, Andrew S.; Yücel, Mustafa; Luther, George W. (2009-01-01)
A significant need exists for in situ sensors that can measure chemical species involved in the major processes of primary production (photosynthesis and chemosynthesis) and respiration. Some key chemical species are O-2, nutrients (N and P), micronutrients (metals), pCO(2), dissolved inorganic carbon (DIC) pH, and sulfide. Sensors need to have excellent detection limits, precision, selectivity, response time, a large dynamic concentration range, low power consumption, robustness, and less variation of inst...
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D. Dişa, E. Akoğlu, and B. Salihoğlu, “Marine Biogeochemistry Under The Influence of Fish And Fisheries: An Ecosystem Modeling Study,” 2017, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: