Turco-Soviet relations within a changing global context 1985-1990

Eker, M. Metin


Turriglomina ? anatolica, n. sp (Foraminiferida) from the cretaceous of North-Western Anatolia (Turkey): Remarks on the evolution of Mesozoic meandrospirids
Altıner, Demir; Zaninetti, L; Martini, R (2001-12-01)
A new species of foraminifer, Turriglomina ? anatolica, n.sp., is erected from the Lower Cretaceous of North-Western Anatolia, Turkey,. The species is characterized by, a well developed meandrospirid stage followed by, a rectilinear, helicoidal stage. The morphology of the new taxon is similar to that of the Triassic genus Turriglomina Zaninetti; however, the generic attribution is doubtful as the evolutionary path of meandrospirids is not documented from Triassic to Cretaceous.
Safranbolu a conservation and development model using photogrammetric techniques.
Kangal, Uğur; Department of City Planning (1975)
Pamolare model for water quality management of Sapanca Lake
Dinç, Hatice; Oğuz, Mustafa; Department of Environmental Engineering (2001)
Bursa solid waste characterization.
EL-Asmar, Ghassan; Department of Environmental Engineering (1987)
Turbidite deposition and diagenesis in the southwestern Black Sea: Implications for biogeochemical cycling in an anoxic basin
Kraal, Peter; Yücel, Mustafa; Slomp, Caroline P. (2019-02-20)
The biogeochemical cycles of iron, phosphorus and sulfur are intimately linked and the fate of these elements is highly redox-dependent. Under anoxic conditions, iron is reduced to Fe(II), for an important part driven by reaction with sulfide. Reduction and sulfidation diminish the affinity of iron for phosphorus, thereby affecting sedimentary phosphorus retention. The coupled cycling of iron-phosphorus-sulfur as a function of redox conditions thereby helps control nutrient availability and primary producti...
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M. M. Eker, “Turco-Soviet relations within a changing global context 1985-1990,” Middle East Technical University, 1991.