Ecology, Macrophyte, Eutrophication, Phytoplankton and Temperate climate are her primary areas of study. Meryem Beklioglu has researched Ecology in several fields, including Hydrology and Water level. Meryem Beklioglu studied Macrophyte and Waves and shallow water that intersect with Littoral zone, Vegetation and Mediterranean climate.
To a larger extent, Meryem Beklioglu studies Nutrient with the aim of understanding Eutrophication. Her research in Phytoplankton intersects with topics in Zooplankton and Plankton. Meryem Beklioglu has included themes like Arid, Ecosystem and Riparian buffer in her Temperate climate study.
Meryem Beklioglu mostly deals with Ecology, Macrophyte, Eutrophication, Nutrient and Phytoplankton. Zooplankton, Daphnia, Ecosystem, Biomass and Climate change are the subjects of her Ecology studies. The concepts of her Macrophyte study are interwoven with issues in Salinity, Water level, Littoral zone, Fishery and Trophic level.
The various areas that Meryem Beklioglu examines in her Eutrophication study include Hydrology, Water quality and Temperate climate. Her Nutrient research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Global warming, Mediterranean climate and Effluent. Her Phytoplankton study incorporates themes from Oceanography and Animal science.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Nutrient, Mesocosm, Ecology, Ecosystem and Phytoplankton. Her studies deal with areas such as Macrophyte, Mediterranean climate and Global warming as well as Nutrient. Her study in Macrophyte is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Hydrology and Water level.
She interconnects Environmental chemistry and Eutrophication in the investigation of issues within Mesocosm. Her Phytoplankton research integrates issues from Oceanography, Zooplankton, Atmospheric sciences and Grazing pressure. Her Zooplankton research includes themes of Biomass, Lake ecosystem, Food web and Community structure.
Her primary areas of investigation include Ecosystem, Ecosystem services, Freshwater ecosystem, Drainage basin and Environmental resource management. The various areas that Meryem Beklioglu examines in her Ecosystem study include Biomass, Hydrology, Water quality, Water level and Nutrient. Her Ecosystem services study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as PCLake, Nutrient pollution, Water resources, Environmental monitoring and Eutrophication.
Her research on Freshwater ecosystem concerns the broader Ecology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Boreal, Agriculture, Land use, land-use change and forestry, Land use and Riparian zone in addition to Drainage basin. Her Environmental resource management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Land cover, Disparate system and Climate change.
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Climate Change Effects on Runoff, Catchment Phosphorus Loading and Lake Ecological State, and Potential Adaptations
Erik Jeppesen;Brian Kronvang;Mariana Meerhoff;Martin Søndergaard.
Journal of Environmental Quality (2009)
The Role of Water-Level Fluctuations in Shallow Lake Ecosystems - Workshop Conclusions
Ecological impacts of global warming and water abstraction on lakes and reservoirs due to changes in water level and related changes in salinity
Climate change effects on nitrogen loading from cultivated catchments in Europe: implications for nitrogen retention, ecological state of lakes and adaptation
Erik Jeppesen;Brian Kronvang;Jørgen E. Olesen;Joachim Audet.
Managing aquatic ecosystems and water resources under multiple stress — An introduction to the MARS project
Climate change impacts on lakes: an integrated ecological perspective based on a multi-faceted approach, with special focus on shallow lakes
Journal of Limnology (2014)
State of the art in the functioning of shallow Mediterranean lakes: workshop conclusions
Meryem Beklioglu;Susana Romo;Ifigenia Kagalou;Xavier Quintana.
Comparison of the treatment performances of blast furnace slag-based and gravel-based vertical flow wetlands operated identically for domestic wastewater treatment in Turkey
Ecological Engineering (2005)
Impacts of multiple stressors on freshwater biota across spatial scales and ecosystems.
Sebastian Birk;Daniel Chapman;Laurence Carvalho;Bryan M. Spears.
Environmental Warming in Shallow Lakes: A Review of Potential Changes in Community Structure as Evidenced from Space-for-Time Substitution Approaches
Advances in Ecological Research (2012)
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