Zaytsev, Andrey
Beresnev, Pe
Flatov, Vlad
Makarov, Vlad
Tyugın, Dımıtrı
Zezıulın, Dı
Pelınovsky, Efım
Yalçıner, Ahmet Cevdet
Yalcıner, Bora
Oshmarına, Olga
Kurkın, Andrey
The development and safe utilization of modern coastal infrastructure necessitates strict requirements of quality in operational and statistical information about the wave modes of the ports and bays that is impossible without carrying out long term high-precision measurements, monitoring, data analysis and applications to design. Stationary monitoring of the extreme marine hazards in coastal areas, port and bays is of great scientific interest and has the expressed applied aspect connected with safety in the zones of marine activities. Outputs of scientific work shall allow increasing structural resilience and reducing the damage against from extreme phenomena in accordance with the proper planning of coastal activities.
Science of Tsunami Hazards


SUR, HI; OZSOY, E; UNLUATA, U (Elsevier BV, 1994-01-01)
Satellite and in situ data are utilized to investigate the mesoscale dynamics of the Black Sea boundary current system with special emphasis on aspects of transport and productivity. The satellite data are especially helpful in capturing rapid sub-mesoscale motions insufficiently resolved by the in situ measurements.
Coastal deep ocean interactions in the Black Sea and their ecological/environmental impacts
Sur, HI; Ozsoy, E; Ilyin, YP; Unluata, U (1996-02-01)
Satellite (CZCS, AVHRR) and in-situ (CTD, ADCP) data are utilized to characterize the impact of meso-scale motions and boundary currents on transport and productivity along the wide Western Black Sea Shelf.
Geographic information systems (GIS) for the determination of inundation maps of Lake Mogan, Turkey
Merzi, N; Aktas, MT (Informa UK Limited, 2000-09-01)
The use of geographic information systems (GIS) allows for a very efficient analysis of spatial hydrologic data for water resources projects especially for water control studies. rn this respect, flood hydrographs for Mogan basin, Turkey for different durations and return periods are determined by using Soil Conservation Service (SCS) method. The basic parameter of the SCS method, curve number (CN), is evaluated by using GIS employing digital land use and hydrologic soil group data derived from analog maps....
Development of a software suite for the structural analysis and design of concrete gravity dams
Altuğ, Akman; Arıcı, Yalın; Binici, Barış; Kurç, Özgür (2015-06-13)
In contrast to other infrastructure, there has been very limited cooperation between the industry and academia on developing the analytical tools for the design and evaluation of dams for seismic loading. This is mostly due to the complexity of the dam behavior as well as the size of these systems precluding the diffusion of academic information to the tools used by the practicing engineer due to time constraints. With the support of the Turkish National Sciences Foundation under the academia-industry coope...
Geographic information system-based visualization system for planning and monitoring of repetitive construction projects
Sönmez, Rifat (Canadian Science Publishing, 2008-11-01)
This study presents a visualization system based on a geographic information system (GIS) for planning and monitoring the progress of construction projects that are repetitive due to their geometrical layout. A prototype system was developed and applied to an actual pipeline project to demonstrate the advantages of the proposed approach. The primary advantage of the system is improved visualization of geographical conditions and their impact on the progress rate. Enhanced visual representation of the schedu...
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A. Zaytsev et al., “COASTAL MONITORING OF THE OKHOTSK SEA USINGAN AUTONOMOUS MOBILE ROBOT,” Science of Tsunami Hazards, pp. 1–12, 2017, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: