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Research on the Non-Point Pollution Loads in the Lake Uluabat Basin  [PDF]
Asl?han Katip, Feza Karaer
Journal of Environmental Protection (JEP) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jep.2013.47A004
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Lake Uluabat, having an international significance and subject to the Ramsar Convention, is fed by the basin of Mustafakemalpasa Stream which runs through fertile lands utilized for livestock breeding and agriculture. In this study, total amount of nitrogen (TN) and phosphorus (TP) loads of non-point pollutants (agriculture, livestock breeding, vegetation, surface runoff and small settlements) was calculated. It was found out that most intensive pollution load stemmed from livestock breeding which causes dispersion of 13653.57 tons·year-1 of TN and 3224.45 tons·year-1 of TP into the Lake Uluabat. Additionally, seasonal changes in concentration of TN and TP were observed during the period of 2008-2009 in Lake Uluabat. It was concluded that the rise of agricultural activities in summer months was the reason underlying the increase in pollution during the months in question.



Statistical Analysis of Bursa Nilufer Creek’s Water Quality Parameters for Period of 2002-2010  [PDF]
?pek Di?dem Yolcu, Feza Karaer, Erkan I?i?i?ok, Erdem Ahmet Albek
Journal of Environmental Protection (JEP) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jep.2012.328111
Abstract: Increasing contamination of water resources in the world and our country and decreasing water quality over time, not having met the objectives of utilization of water resources; it has increased the importance of water management. The monitoring of the water resources and evaluation of these monitoring results have given direction to the studies’ outcome in order to control factors that pollute water resources and reduce water quality. Nilüfer Creek is very important for both being a source of drinking and potable water and a discharge area for wastewaters for the city of Bursa. In this study, the results of the analysis belonging to the period between 2002-2010 which are taken from 15 points by General Directorate of Bursa Water and Sewerage Administration (BUWSA) were evaluated in relation to water quality of the Nilüfer Creek. Non-parametric methods were used in the evaluation of the water quality data due to the lack of normally distributed data. The identification of the best represented parameters of the water quality was provided by applying Principal Component Analysis. According to results of the analysis, the best representative 9 parameters from the 19 water quality parameters were defined as parameters of BOD5, COD, TSS, T.Fe, Zn, conductivity, NO2-N, Ni and NO3-N that taking part of the first two components.
Geli mekte Olan ülkelerde Tar m - evre - Ekonomi Etkile imi = The Agri - Environment - Economic Relationships in the Developing Countries
Feza KARAER,Serkan GüRLüK
Dogus University Journal , 2003,
Abstract: Environmental issues has been rather important topics and given priority in the public agenda of both developed and developing countries. It is a fact that in developed countries highly industrialized agriculture based on intensive input use creates a lot of problems on environment such as soil degradation, pesticide pollution etc.The economies of the most developing countries depend proportionately more on primary industries than do developed ones. They usually have a greater proportion of their population involved in agriculture. Thus, degradation of environmental resources has the potential for being more highly destructive of productive assets in developing countries. In industrial countries, environmental quality issues hinge primarily on matters of human health and the aesthetic quality of the environment. In developing countries, on the other hand, environmental issues are related to human health and productivity and also to the degradation of the future productivity of the natural resource base on which many people are directly dependent. As a result, agriculture, environment and economy has to be evaluated as comlementary issues.
Türk Oca Kütüphaneleri (1912-1931)
?brahim Karaer
Türk Kütüphanecili?i , 1990,
Abstract:
Devlet Yay nlar n n Bibliyografik Denetimi
?brahim Karaer
Türk Kütüphanecili?i , 1978,
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Türkiye Kütüphaneleri rgütü
?brahim Karaer
Türk Kütüphanecili?i , 1977,
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Fin Mill Ar ivi
?brahim Karaer
Türk Kütüphanecili?i , 1977,
Abstract:
üst Düzey Y neticilerin Kütüphanecilik Anlay le lgili Anket al mas
?brahim Karaer
Türk Kütüphanecili?i , 1980,
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Türk Dünyas ve Ar ivcilik Konusundaki Yay nlar-II
?brahim Karaer
Türk Kütüphanecili?i , 1994,
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REDESIGNING A COURSE FOR BLENDED LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
Feza ORHAN
The Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education , 2008,
Abstract: ABSTRACT This article describes a collaborative study of the blended learning approach, designed to pave the way for higher education students to integrate online and face-to-face learning environments in an “Instructional Technology and Material Development” course at the University of Yildiz Technic in Turkey. The purpose of this study is to investigate the students’ perceptions of the blended learning environment and to trace the integration between online and face-to-face learning environments. For this purpose, 30 students were given statements on the redesigned course, which they rated on a 5-point Likert scale. To probe more deeply into their positive and negative responses, a focus group discussion was held to gather the students’ views. The findings are reveal that the majority of the students (90%) enjoyed being in the blended learning environment. However, improvement in methods of application and online study materials are needed. Additionally, other factors that may be salient in blended learning environment are also discussed.
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