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Impact of Syrian Civil War on Water Quality of Turkish Part of Orontes River
(University of Tehran, 2018)
Surface waters become more and more polluted, depending on human activities around them. The current study has been conducted to evaluate the impact of Syrian civil war on water quality of the Turkish part of Orontes River. ...
Confirmed occurrence in the Mediterranean Sea of Mobula japanica (Muller & Henle, 1841) with a first record off the Turkish coasts
(Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2016)
Spatio-temporal variability of the size-fractionated primary production and chlorophyll in the Levantine Basin (northeastern Mediterranean)
(Polish Academy of Sciences, 2018)
Spatial and temporal variations in size-fractionated primary production (PP) and chl a, in relation to ambient physicochemical parameters, were studied in the three distinct ecosystems of northeastern Levantine Basin namely ...
Corrigendum: Bacterial growth and mortality after deposition of saharan dust and mixed aerosols in the eastern mediterranean sea: A mesocosm experiment
(Frontiers Media S. A, 2017)
The impact of viral lysis and grazing by flagellates on bacterioplankton production was assessed during a mesocosm experiment in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea, in response to Saharan dust (SD) vs. mixed aerosols (A) addition. ...
Determination of spatial and temporal changes in water quality at asi river using multivariate statistical techniques
(Central Fisheries Research Inst, 2019)
Water quality in surface waters is a critical issue since they are used in domestic, agricultural and industrial purposes. Therefore, proper water management strategies should be taken care of to protect water bodies. To ...
Seasonal and spatial variation of bacterial production and abundance in the northern Levantine Sea
(Hellenic Centre for Marine Research, 2017)
Spatial and temporal heterogeneity in bacterial production and abundance in relation to ambient bio-physicochemical parameters has been investigated in the Levantine Sea. Five stations with different trophic states in an ...
Assessment of Accumulation and Potential Health Risk of Cr, Mn, Fe, Cu, and Zn in Fish from North-Eastern Mediterranean Sea
(University of Tehran, 2020)
Heavy metal accumulation in aquatic organisms has been an important issue due to environmental pollution resulting from anthropogenic activities. In this study, Cr, Mn, Fe, Cu, and Zn in the selected fish species (Mullus ...
The Asi River's Estimated Nutrient Load and Effects on the Eastern Mediterranean
(Istanbul Universty Press, 2018)
Rivers are primary receiving environments for agricultural runoff and for domestic and industrial discharges. Rivers assimilate and treat incoming pollution load until self-purification capacity is reached. The remaining ...
Microplastic ingestion evidence by economically important farmed fish species from Turkey
Microplastic pollution and its potential impacts on humans become a global concern. This study is the first study examining the microplastic ingestion in the commercially important species Oncorhynchus mykiss Rainbow trout ...