Aysegul Tanik
Aysegul Tanik
Environmental Engineering, Istanbul Technical university
Email verificata su itu.edu.tr
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Water quality in drinking water reservoirs of a megacity, Istanbul
BB Baykal, A Tanik, IE Gonenc
Environmental management 26 (6), 607-614, 2000
The impact of agricultural pollutants in six drinking water reservoirs
A Tanik, BB Baykal, IE Gonenc
Water Science and Technology 40 (2), 11-17, 1999
Reuse potential of urban wastewater treatment plant effluents in Turkey: a case study on selected plants
I Arslan-Alaton, A Tanik, S Ovez, G Iskender, M Gurel, D Orhon
Desalination 215 (1-3), 159-165, 2007
Identification of land-cover changes through image processing and associated impacts on water reservoir conditions
N Musaoglu, A Tanik, V Kocabas
Environmental Management 35 (2), 220-230, 2005
Monitoring soil salinity via remote sensing technology under data scarce conditions: A case study from Turkey
T Gorji, E Sertel, A Tanik
Ecological Indicators 74, 384-391, 2017
Determination of environmental quality of a drinking water reservoir by remote sensing, GIS and regression analysis
HG Coskun, A Tanik, U Alganci, HK Cigizoglu
Water, air, and soil pollution 194 (1-4), 275-285, 2008
Soil salinity prediction, monitoring and mapping using modern technologies
T Gorji, A Tanik, E Sertel
Procedia Earth and Planetary Science 15, 507-512, 2015
Water quality assessment and meta model development in Melen watershed–Turkey
A Erturk, M Gurel, A Ekdal, C Tavsan, A Ugurluoglu, DZ Seker, A Tanik, ...
Journal of environmental management 91 (7), 1526-1545, 2010
Application of watershed modeling system (WMS) for integrated management of a watershed in Turkey
ALI Erturk, M Gurel, MA Baloch, T Dikerler, E Varol, N Akbulut, A Tanik
Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part A 41 (9), 2045-2056, 2006
A new approach for calculating the relative risk level of pesticides
MS Yazgan, A Tanik
Environment international 31 (5), 687-692, 2005
Development of an integrated watershed management strategy for resource conservation in Balochistan Province of Pakistan
MA Baloch, A Tanık
Desalination 226 (1-3), 38-46, 2008
3D coastal erosion analysis of Kilyos-Karaburun region using multi-temporal satellite image data
DZ Seker, S Kaya, RM Alkan, A Tanik, E Saroglu
Fresenius Environmental Bulletin 17 (11), 1977-1982, 2008
Use of remotely sensed data for analysis of land-use change in a highly urbanized district of mega city, Istanbul
N Musaoglu, M Gurel, N Ulugtekin, A Tanik, DZ Seker
Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part A 41 (9), 2057-2069, 2006
Advances in water quality control
G Krantzberg, A Tanik, JSA do Carmo, A Indarto, A Ekdal, M Gurel, ...
Scientific Research Publishing, Inc. USA, 2010
An alternative approach for evaluation of lake water quality: Lake Sapanca—a case study from Turkey
BB Baykal, IE G÷nenš, M Meric, A Tanik, O Tunay
Water Science and Technology 34 (12), 73-81, 1996
Multi-parametric water quality monitoring approach according to the WFD application in Evros trans-boundary river basin: priority pollutants
AD Nikolaou, S Meric, DF Lekkas, V Naddeo, V Belgiorno, S Groudev, ...
Desalination 226 (1-3), 306-320, 2008
Centralised versus decentralised sewage systems: a comparison of pathogen and nutrient loads released into Sydney's drinking water catchments
K Charles, N Ashbolt, C Ferguson, D Roser, R McGuinness, D Deere
Water Science and Technology 48 (11-12), 53-60, 2004
Effect and control of pollution in catchment area of Lake Sapanca, Turkey
A Tanik, BB Beler, E G÷nenš, S Meriš, Y Íktem
Environmental Management 22 (3), 407-414, 1998
Hydrologic impacts of climate and land-use change on Namnam Stream in Koycegiz Watershed, Turkey
MA Baloch, DP Ames, A Tanik
International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology 12 (5), 1481-1494, 2015
Determination of land-use change in an urbanized district of Istanbul via remote sensing analysis
C Goksel, N Musaoglu, M Gurel, N Ulugtekin, A Tanik, DZ Seker
Fresenius Environmental Bulletin 15 (8), 798-805, 2006
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