Temporal and Spatial Relationship between migmatization magmatism and extensional tectonics



Temporal and spatial constraints on community assembly during microbial colonization of wood in seawater
KALENİTCHENKO, Dimitri; Fagervold, Sonja K.; Pruski, Audrey M.; VÉTİON, Gilles; Yücel, Mustafa; LE BRİS, Nadine; Galand, Pierre E. (2015-12-01)
Wood falls on the ocean floor form chemosynthetic ecosystems that remain poorly studied compared with features such as hydrothermal vents or whale falls. In particular, the microbes forming the base of this unique ecosystem are not well characterized and the ecology of communities is not known. Here we use wood as a model to study microorganisms that establish and maintain a chemosynthetic ecosystem. We conducted both aquaria and in situ deep-sea experiments to test how different environmental constraints s...
Temporal and spatial changes of primary productivity the sea of Marmara obtained by remote sensing
İkis, Didem; Bilgin, Cemal Can; Department of Biology (2007)
Temporal and spatial variations in the Sea of Marmara based on monthly averages of chlorophyll a, which is the major indicator of phytoplankton biomass and primary production, recorded by SeaWiFS and MODIS-Aqua sensors at nearly 100 stations have been analyzed for the period of 1997-2007. Majority of phytoplankton blooms occur during the winter and spring seasons, followed by a smaller secondary bloom during the fall season. The majority of high magnitude blooms occur at the Eastern part of the Sea which ma...
Temporal and spatial fluctuations of chlorophyll a at Lake Karagöl
Ergüner, Yasemin; Tont, Sargun A.; Department of Biology (2000)
Temporal and spatial changes in the abundance and biomass of pico (heterotrophic bacteria & synechococcus) and nanoplankton (flagellates) of the Mersin Bay – relationships with ambient physical, chemical and biological parameters
Gazihan Akoğlu, Ayşe; Uysal, Zahit; Department of Marine Biology and Fisheries (2011)
The eastern Mediterranean has been known as the most oligotrophic water body among the worlds oceans and as a result of limited nutrient inputs from terrestrial sources primary productivity and plankton succession are restricted by lack of nutrients especially by phosphorus and nitrogen. Within this domain, Mersin bay forms a so called hot spot (highly sensitive) area where a sharp contrast exists between the coastal area supplied by land-based nutrient sources and the nutrient limited open sea. Excess nutr...
Temporal resilience of deployment quality in surveillance wireless sensor networks
Onur, Ertan; Delic, Hakan (2008-01-01)
The network lifetime measures for wireless sensor networks are mostly based on the percentage of live sensors. However, the lifetime definition must be in accordance with the primary functionality of the network. In surveillance applications, the network must be regarded as dead if the required security level cannot be provisioned. In this paper, we analyze the temporal resilience of deployment quality in surveillance wireless sensor networks and propose several lifetime definitions. It is concluded that ha...
Citation Formats
E. Bozkurt, “Temporal and Spatial Relationship between migmatization magmatism and extensional tectonics,” 2015, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/87693.