Murat Türkeş focuses on Climatology, Precipitation, Mediterranean climate, North Atlantic oscillation and Period. His work in the fields of Climatology, such as Anomaly and Proxy, intersects with other areas such as Homogeneity, Varve and δ18O. Murat Türkeş combines subjects such as Geopotential height and Atmospheric sciences with his study of Anomaly.
His work focuses on many connections between Precipitation and other disciplines, such as Atmospheric circulation, that overlap with his field of interest in Mediterranean Basin, Water level, Mediterranean sea and Teleconnection. His Mediterranean climate study combines topics in areas such as Spatial ecology and Natural disaster. His work deals with themes such as Composite analysis and Climate variation, which intersect with North Atlantic oscillation.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Climatology, Precipitation, Mediterranean climate, Climate change and Period. His work on North Atlantic oscillation as part of general Climatology research is frequently linked to Air temperature, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Precipitation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Landslide, Anomaly and Atmospheric sciences.
His Mediterranean climate research incorporates themes from Atmospheric circulation, Forest ecology, Temperate climate and Water resources. His Climate change study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Physical geography, Environmental resource management and Environmental planning. In his study, Atmospheric temperature is inextricably linked to Teleconnection, which falls within the broad field of Mediterranean Basin.
Climatology, Mediterranean climate, Climate change, Physical geography and Precipitation are his primary areas of study. His Climatology study incorporates themes from Radiative forcing and Mediterranean Basin. His studies deal with areas such as Environmental degradation, Vegetation, Environmental resource management and Forest ecology as well as Mediterranean climate.
In the field of Climate change, his study on Climate model overlaps with subjects such as Context. He has included themes like Drainage basin and Landslide in his Physical geography study. His Precipitation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in North Atlantic oscillation and Terrestrial ecosystem.
His primary areas of study are Precipitation, Climatology, Climate change, Mediterranean Basin and Arid. His Precipitation research incorporates elements of Drainage basin, Terrestrial ecosystem and Physical geography. His Climate change research includes themes of Mediterranean climate, Agricultural productivity, Vegetation and Environmental resource management.
His Mediterranean Basin study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Heat wave and Potential temperature. His study in the fields of Aridity index under the domain of Arid overlaps with other disciplines such as Reference Period. His studies in Forcing integrate themes in fields like North Atlantic oscillation and Downscaling.
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SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL ANALYSIS OF ANNUAL RAINFALL VARIATIONS IN TURKEY
International Journal of Climatology (1996)
Heat wave changes in the eastern Mediterranean since 1960
F. G. Kuglitsch;F. G. Kuglitsch;A. Toreti;A. Toreti;E. Xoplaki;E. Xoplaki;P. M. Della-Marta.
Geophysical Research Letters (2010)
Re-evaluation of trends and changes in mean, maximum and minimum temperatures of Turkey for the period 1929-1999
Murat Türkeş;Utku M. Sümer;İsmai̇l Demi̇r.
International Journal of Climatology (2002)
Influence of geopotential heights, cyclone frequency and southern oscillation on rainfall variations in Turkey
International Journal of Climatology (1998)
Precipitation changes and variability in Turkey linked to the North Atlantic oscillation during the period 1930–2000
Murat Türkeş;Ecmel Erlat.
International Journal of Climatology (2003)
Heat Wave Changes in the Eastern Mediterranean since 1960
Franz G. Kuglitsch;Andrea Toreti;Elena Xoplaki;Paul M. Della Marta.
Vulnerability of Turkey to Desertification With Respect to Precipitation and Aridity Conditions
Turkish Journal of Engineering and Environmental Sciences (1999)
Mediterranean climate variability over the last centuries: a review
Jürg Luterbacher;Elena Xoplaki;Carlo Casty;Heinz Wanner.
Developments in Earth and Environmental Sciences (2006)
A high-resolution late Holocene lake isotope record from Turkey and links to North Atlantic and monsoon climate
Matthew D. Jones;C. Neil Roberts;Melanie J. Leng;Murat Türkeş.
Spatiotemporal variability of precipitation total series over Turkey
Murat Türkeş;Telat Koç;Faize Sariş.
International Journal of Climatology (2009)
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