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The recovering studies of some lakes and their results.

Year 2008, Volume 25, Issue 2, 173 - 179, 01.06.2008

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References

  • Annadotter, H., G. Cronberg, R. Aagren, B. Lundstedt. 1999. Multiple techniques for lake restoration. Hydrobiologia, 395/396: 77-85.
  • Baylan, E. 2006. The research on conservation and improving of natural and cultural environment in Lake Terkos (İstanbul) model, (in Turkish). Tarım Bilimleri Dergisi, 12(2): 151-161.
  • Beklioğlu, M., O. Ince, I. Tuzun. 2003. Restoration of the eutrophic lake Eymir, Turkey, by biomanipulation after a major external nutrient control I. Hydrobiologia, 489: 93-105.
  • Bürgi, H., P. Stadelmann. 2002. Change of phytoplankton composition and biodiversity in Lake Sempach before and during restoration. Hydrobiologia, 469: 33-48.
  • Carpenter, S., R. C. Lathrop. 1999. Lake restoration: capabilities and needs. Hydrobiologia, 395/396: 19-28.
  • Jacquet, S., J.-F. Briand, C. Lebuolanger, C. Avois-Jacquet, L. Oberhaus, B. Tassin, B. Vinçon-Liete, G. Paolini, J.-C. Druart, O. Anneville, J.-F. Humbert. 2005. The proliferation of the toxic cyanobacterium Planktothrix rubescens following restoration of the largest natural French lake(Lac du Bourget). Harmful Algae, 4: 651-672.
  • Kocataş, A. 1992. Ekoloji ve Çevre Biyolojisi. Ege Üniversitesi Fen Fakültesi Kitaplar Serisi No: 142, 564s.
  • Lytras, E. 2007. Developing models for lake management. Desalination, 213: 129-134.
  • Mathes, J., I. Korczynski, J. Müler. 2003. Shallow lakes in north-east Germany: trophic situation and restoration programmes. Hydrobiologia, 506-509: 797-802.
  • Mehner, T., P. Kasprzak, K. Wysujack, U. Laude, R. Koschel. 2001. Restoration of a stratified lake (Feldberger Haussee, Germany) by a combination of nutrient load reduction and long-term biomanipulation. Internat. Rev. Hydrobiol., 86-2: 253-265.
  • Moss, B., J. Stansfield, K. Irvine. 1991. Development of daphnid communities in diatom-and cyanophyte-dominated lakes and their relevance to lake restoration by biomanipulation. The Journal of Applied Ecology, 28(2): 586-602.
  • Moss, B. 2007. The art and science of lake restoration. Hydrobiologia, 581: 15-24.
  • Padisak, J., C.S. Reynolds. 1998. Selection of phytoplankton associations in Lake Balaton, Hungary, in response to eutrophication and restoration measures, with special reference to the cyanoprokaryotes. Hydrobiologia, 384: 41-53.
  • Perrow, M., J.H. Schutten, J.R. Howes, T. Holzer, F.J. Madgwick, A.J.D. Jowitt. 1997. Interactions between coot (Fulica atra) and submerged macrophytes: the role of birds in the restoration process. Hydrobiologia, 342/343: 241-255.
  • Perrow, M.R., A.J.D. Jodwitt, S.A.C. Leigh, A.M. Hindes, J.D. Rhodes. 1999. The stability of fish communities in shallow lakes undergoing restoration: expectations and experiences from the Norfolk Broads (U.K.). Hydrobiologia, 408/409: 85-100.
  • Phillips, G., A. Bramwell, J. Pitt, J. Stansfield, M. Perrow. 1999. Practical application of 25 years’ research into the management of shallow lakes. Hydrobiologia, 395/396: 61-76.
  • Sondergaard, M., E. Jeppesen, J.P. Jensen, T. Lauridsen. 2000. Lake restoration in Denmark. Lakes&Reservoirs: Research and Management, 5: 151-159.
  • Tanyolaç, J., 2000. Limnoloji: Tatlı Su Bilimi (in Turkish). Hatiboğlu Yayınevi, 230s.
  • Van der Molen, D.T., P.C.M. Boers. 1999. Eutrophication control in the Netherlands, Hydrobiologia, 395/396: 403-409.

Uygulanmış Bazı Göl İyileştirme Çalışmaları ve Sonuçları.

Year 2008, Volume 25, Issue 2, 173 - 179, 01.06.2008

Abstract

Genellikle insan kaynaklı bir çok faaliyetler neticesinde, Dünya üzerinde bir çok göl ağır tahribata uğramıştır. Bu durumdaki göller, maalesef kendi kaderine bırakılmış ve yok olmaya terk edilmiştir. Ancak bazı ülkeler bu yitip giden değerlerin farkına varmış ve bunların tekrar kazanımı için çalışmalar başlatmıştır. Bu çalışmaların çok komplike ve uzun süreçli olmasının yanı sıra çok yüksek bütçeli olması dikkat çekmiştir. Bu tip çalışmalar, daha çok Avrupa ülkelerinde yoğunlaşmış olup, günümüze kadar gelişerek süre gelmektedir. Yapılan bu çalışmaların başarısı, ancak yıllarca sürecek gözlem aşamaları sonucu belli olacaktır. Yapılan bu derlemede daha çok İsveç, Danimarka, İngiltere, Hollanda, Almanya ve Türkiye’deki göl restorasyonu çalışmaları yer almaktadır

References

  • Annadotter, H., G. Cronberg, R. Aagren, B. Lundstedt. 1999. Multiple techniques for lake restoration. Hydrobiologia, 395/396: 77-85.
  • Baylan, E. 2006. The research on conservation and improving of natural and cultural environment in Lake Terkos (İstanbul) model, (in Turkish). Tarım Bilimleri Dergisi, 12(2): 151-161.
  • Beklioğlu, M., O. Ince, I. Tuzun. 2003. Restoration of the eutrophic lake Eymir, Turkey, by biomanipulation after a major external nutrient control I. Hydrobiologia, 489: 93-105.
  • Bürgi, H., P. Stadelmann. 2002. Change of phytoplankton composition and biodiversity in Lake Sempach before and during restoration. Hydrobiologia, 469: 33-48.
  • Carpenter, S., R. C. Lathrop. 1999. Lake restoration: capabilities and needs. Hydrobiologia, 395/396: 19-28.
  • Jacquet, S., J.-F. Briand, C. Lebuolanger, C. Avois-Jacquet, L. Oberhaus, B. Tassin, B. Vinçon-Liete, G. Paolini, J.-C. Druart, O. Anneville, J.-F. Humbert. 2005. The proliferation of the toxic cyanobacterium Planktothrix rubescens following restoration of the largest natural French lake(Lac du Bourget). Harmful Algae, 4: 651-672.
  • Kocataş, A. 1992. Ekoloji ve Çevre Biyolojisi. Ege Üniversitesi Fen Fakültesi Kitaplar Serisi No: 142, 564s.
  • Lytras, E. 2007. Developing models for lake management. Desalination, 213: 129-134.
  • Mathes, J., I. Korczynski, J. Müler. 2003. Shallow lakes in north-east Germany: trophic situation and restoration programmes. Hydrobiologia, 506-509: 797-802.
  • Mehner, T., P. Kasprzak, K. Wysujack, U. Laude, R. Koschel. 2001. Restoration of a stratified lake (Feldberger Haussee, Germany) by a combination of nutrient load reduction and long-term biomanipulation. Internat. Rev. Hydrobiol., 86-2: 253-265.
  • Moss, B., J. Stansfield, K. Irvine. 1991. Development of daphnid communities in diatom-and cyanophyte-dominated lakes and their relevance to lake restoration by biomanipulation. The Journal of Applied Ecology, 28(2): 586-602.
  • Moss, B. 2007. The art and science of lake restoration. Hydrobiologia, 581: 15-24.
  • Padisak, J., C.S. Reynolds. 1998. Selection of phytoplankton associations in Lake Balaton, Hungary, in response to eutrophication and restoration measures, with special reference to the cyanoprokaryotes. Hydrobiologia, 384: 41-53.
  • Perrow, M., J.H. Schutten, J.R. Howes, T. Holzer, F.J. Madgwick, A.J.D. Jowitt. 1997. Interactions between coot (Fulica atra) and submerged macrophytes: the role of birds in the restoration process. Hydrobiologia, 342/343: 241-255.
  • Perrow, M.R., A.J.D. Jodwitt, S.A.C. Leigh, A.M. Hindes, J.D. Rhodes. 1999. The stability of fish communities in shallow lakes undergoing restoration: expectations and experiences from the Norfolk Broads (U.K.). Hydrobiologia, 408/409: 85-100.
  • Phillips, G., A. Bramwell, J. Pitt, J. Stansfield, M. Perrow. 1999. Practical application of 25 years’ research into the management of shallow lakes. Hydrobiologia, 395/396: 61-76.
  • Sondergaard, M., E. Jeppesen, J.P. Jensen, T. Lauridsen. 2000. Lake restoration in Denmark. Lakes&Reservoirs: Research and Management, 5: 151-159.
  • Tanyolaç, J., 2000. Limnoloji: Tatlı Su Bilimi (in Turkish). Hatiboğlu Yayınevi, 230s.
  • Van der Molen, D.T., P.C.M. Boers. 1999. Eutrophication control in the Netherlands, Hydrobiologia, 395/396: 403-409.

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Primary Language Turkish
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Hakan DİDİNEN This is me


Y.ömer BOYACI This is me


Behire İşıl DİDİNEN This is me

Publication Date June 1, 2008
Application Date December 7, 2015
Acceptance Date
Published in Issue Year 2008, Volume 25, Issue 2

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APA Didinen, H. , Boyacı, Y. & Didinen, B. İ. (2008). Uygulanmış Bazı Göl İyileştirme Çalışmaları ve Sonuçları. . Ege Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences , 25 (2) , 173-179 . Retrieved from http://www.egejfas.org/en/pub/issue/5007/67758