Chapter 17 – Rivers of Turkey
Diversity and Structure of Chironomidae (Diptera) Limnofauna of Lake Uluabat, a Ramsar Site of Turkey, and their Relation to Environmental Variables
The relationships between the dynamics of the Chironomidae larvae and the limnological variables were supported by the Pearson correlation index.
First Records of Some Naididae (Oligochaeta) Species for Turkey
15 of them are new records for the inland water Oligochaeta fauna of Turkey and the genera Paranais, Spericaria and Allonais are also new for Turkey.
Nine New Naididae (Oligochaeta) Species for Sakarya River, Turkey
The material was collected between September 1995 and August 1998 from 79 stations on Sakarya River. A total of nine Naididae species (Ophidonais serpentina (Muller, 1773), Stylaria lacustris…
REMOVAL OF AMMONIUM FROM WATER BY PINE CONE POWDER AS BIOSORBENT
Dogal ve sodyum hidroksit ile modifiye edilmis cam kozalagi tozunun amonyum biosorbenti olarak kullanilmasini arastirildi. Cam kozalagi tozunun yuzey modifikasyonu icin 0.05 mg/L ve 0.1 mg/L sodyum…
Purification and cDNA cloning of a novel neurotoxic peptide (Acra3) from the scorpion Androctonus crassicauda
A Preliminary Study on the Identification of the Littoral Oligochaete (Annelida) and Chironomidae (Diptera) Fauna of Lake Kovada, a National Park in Turkey
Of all the oligochaetes inhabiting the channel between Lake Kovada and Lake Egirdir (seventh station), Ophidonais serpentina and Stylaria lacustris were the most abundant species, accompanied by Limnodrilus hoffmeisteri and some unidentified Enchytraeidae species.
Two New Records of Aulodrilus Bretscher, 1899 (Oligochaeta, Tubificidae) for the Turkish Fauna
Two species of Aulodrilus, A. pigueti and A. pluriseta, collected from Sakarbafl›, Enne, Marg›alan and Kuflbafll› creeks (parts of the upper Sakarya river system), are new records for the Turkish…
Investigation of heavy metal content in the suspended particulate matter and sediments of inner Gokova Bay and creeks
- A. Demirak, Hanife Aydın Yılmaz, F. Keskin, Y. Şahin, O. Akpolat
- Environmental ScienceEnvironmental Monitoring & Assessment
- 1 December 2012
The obtained results show that the some heavy metals are caused by the agricultural, municipal, and tourism activities operating in the coastal areas and terrestrial environment, and they are transported from the creeks to the Gokova Bay by suspended particulate matter.
New records of black flies (Diptera, Simuliidae) for the Turkish fauna
Six of them, Simulium (Wilhelmia) equinum (Linnaeus, 1758), S. (Simulium) noelleri Friederichs, 1920 and S. [Prosimulium] tomosvaryi (Enderlein, 1921), are from the tribe Simuliini, from the Prosimuliini.