Onur Kerimoglu

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Based on a 1D model considering phytoplankton and nutrients in a vertical water column, we investigate the consequences of temporal and spatial variations in turbulent mixing for phytoplankton production and biomass. We show that in seasonally mixed systems, the processes controlling phytoplankton production and the sensitivity of phytoplankton abundance to(More)
Environmental change strongly affects primary productivity of ecosystems via modifYing bo([om-up and top-down regulation of primary producers. Here we present a novel approach to quantifY the relative importance of regulating factors in natural systems over various time scales: we calculated daily effect sizes of major factors affecting phytoplankron ,(More)
We investigate the effects of algal cell size on the competition for nutrients and light in an incompletely mixed water column, employing a spatially explicit variable internal stores approach and previously published allometric scaling relationships for modeling phytoplankton growth. We analyze the interplay between the size-dependent vertical assimilation(More)
Although Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems are being used widely all around the world, they bring along many problems as well as benefits. Most of these implementations are failures and inadequate adoption is just one of the failure factors. This study provides an extensive review of the literature resulting in a taxonomy that may be used for other(More)
Climate warming is likely to impact phytoplankton communities by providing a habitat in which cyanobacteria have competitive advantage over other phytoplankton taxa. We used extreme hot weather periods to investigate the potential impact of climate change on cyanobacteria abundance in three large and deep peri-alpine lakes, Lakes Geneva, Annecy, and(More)
In contrast to the macro/mesozooplankton, microzooplankton has received much less attention in ecosystem models. In many modeling studies, microzooplankton has been either entirely neglected, or else, data were often not available for validation, or agreement between the observed and the simulated abundances was rather poor. In this study, we compare the(More)
Climate warming has been shown to advance the phenology of species. Asynchronous changes in phenology between interacting species may disrupt feeding interactions (phenological mismatch), which could have tremendous consequences for ecosystem functioning. Long-term field observations have suggested asynchronous shifts in phenology with warming, whereas(More)
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