Year 2013, Volume 37 , Issue 3, Pages 306 - 317 2013-03-01

Conceptual modelling of Lake Manyas, Turkey
Conceptual modelling of Lake Manyas, Turkey

Aysel KARAFİSTAN [1]


Previously determined biological and physico-chemical properties of Lake Manyas are employed in modelling the sensitivity of water quality and ecosystem integrity to the (a) water residence time and (b) nutrient inputs from anthropogenic sources. In that context, simple ecological conceptual models are simulated for predicting changes in the aquatic ecosystem with respect to these driving variables. Results yield thresholds where major changes in system behaviour are expected. Based on model predictions, recommendations for the restoration of water quality and ecosystem integrity are made.
Previously determined biological and physico-chemical properties of Lake Manyas are employed in modelling the sensitivity of water quality and ecosystem integrity to the (a) water residence time and (b) nutrient inputs from anthropogenic sources. In that context, simple ecological conceptual models are simulated for predicting changes in the aquatic ecosystem with respect to these driving variables. Results yield thresholds where major changes in system behaviour are expected. Based on model predictions, recommendations for the restoration of water quality and ecosystem integrity are made.
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Publication Date : March 1, 2013

Bibtex @ { tbtkengineering144896, journal = {Turkish Journal of Engineering and Environmental Sciences}, issn = {1300-0160}, eissn = {1303-6157}, address = {}, publisher = {TUBITAK}, year = {2013}, volume = {37}, pages = {306 - 317}, doi = {10.3906/muh-1212-10}, title = {Conceptual modelling of Lake Manyas, Turkey}, key = {cite}, author = {KARAFİSTAN, Aysel} }
APA KARAFİSTAN, A . (2013). Conceptual modelling of Lake Manyas, Turkey. Turkish Journal of Engineering and Environmental Sciences , 37 (3) , 306-317 . DOI: 10.3906/muh-1212-10
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Chicago KARAFİSTAN, A . "Conceptual modelling of Lake Manyas, Turkey". Turkish Journal of Engineering and Environmental Sciences 37 (2013 ): 306-317
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Vancouver KARAFİSTAN A . Conceptual modelling of Lake Manyas, Turkey. Turkish Journal of Engineering and Environmental Sciences. 2013; 37(3): 317-306.