Afshar, Ali A Kazemi
nalçakar, zuhal
kurhan, mehmet
Tüydeş Yaman, Hediye


Lessons Learned from the 2011 Great East Japan Tsunami: Performance of Tsunami Countermeasures, Coastal Buildings, and Tsunami Evacuation in Japan
Suppasri, Anawat; Shuto, Nobuo; Imamura, Fumihiko; Koshimura, Shunichi; Mas, Erick; Yalçıner, Ahmet Cevdet (2013-06-01)
In 2011, Japan was hit by a tsunami that was generated by the greatest earthquake in its history. The first tsunami warning was announced 3 min after the earthquake, as is normal, but failed to estimate the actual tsunami height. Most of the structural countermeasures were not designed for the huge tsunami that was generated by the magnitude M = 9.0 earthquake; as a result, many were destroyed and did not stop the tsunami. These structures included breakwaters, seawalls, water gates, and control forests. In...
Lessons Learnt from METU Campus Walkability Evaluations
Tüydeş Yaman, Hediye; Altıntaşı, Oruç (2015-01-11)
To encourage a modal shift to walking, first, it is important to understand and evaluate walkability. While walkability assessment studies mainly deal with perception and built environment aspects, engineering studies focused on evaluation based on pedestrian level of service (PLOS) that rely on flow and infrastructure capacity aspects. This perspective difference and methodological details resulted in requirement of a wide range of data, which vary greatly based on the scope of the study. To evaluate walka...
Lessons Learned from Generation of BIM forConstruction Management Case Study
Akçamete Güngör, Aslı; Garrett, James H (2009-05-20)
Lessons for a Resilient Future Roadblocks to Climate Change Adaptation in Turkish Cities
Balaban, Osman (null; 2015-05-14)
Climate changeis one of the most seriousthreatsthat human settlements face today. Unless the necessary measures are taken, devastating impacts of climate change are very likely to be felt in cities in many parts of the world, although with varying degrees. Therefore, along with mitigation efforts that aim to curb global warming, actions must be taken to enhance the adaptive capacity and resilience of cities in the face of climate change. However, this is not an easy task and hindered by many challenges and ...
Challenges in integrative approaches to modelling the marine ecosystems of the North Atlantic: Physics to fish and coasts to ocean
Holt, Jason; Allen, J. Icarus; Anderson, Thomas R.; Brewin, Robert; Butenschoen, Momme; Harle, James; Huse, Geir; Lehodey, Patrick; Lindemann, Christian; Memery, Laurent; Salihoğlu, Barış; Senina, Inna; Yool, Andrew (2014-12-01)
It has long been recognised that there are strong interactions and feedbacks between climate, upper ocean biogeochemistry and marine food webs, and also that food web structure and phytoplankton community distribution are important determinants of variability in carbon production and export from the euphotic zone. Numerical models provide a vital tool to explore these interactions, given their capability to investigate multiple connected components of the system and the sensitivity to multiple drivers, incl...
Citation Formats
A. A. K. Afshar, z. nalçakar, m. kurhan, and H. Tüydeş Yaman, “LESSONS LEARNT FROM AN ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC TRANSIT DATA: CASE STUDY OF KONYA, TURKEY,” presented at the EUROPEAN TRANSPORT CONFERENCE, 2020, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://aetransport.org/past-etc-papers/conference-papers-2020?abstractId=6963state=b.