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- Coskun, H. Gonca, et al. Show all 2 Author
- Environmental monitoring and assessment 2009 v.153 no.1-4 pp. 323-332
- decision making; drinking water; environmental models; geographic information systems; industrialization; industry; infrastructure; land use; planning; pollution; population growth; raster data; remote sensing; residential areas; urbanization; vector data; wastewater; water quality; water reservoirs; watersheds; Turkey (country)
- ... Omerli Reservoir is one of the major drinking water reservoirs of Greater Metropolis Istanbul, providing 40% of the overall water demand. Istanbul where is one of the greatest metropolitan areas of the world with a population over 10 million and a rate of population increase about twice that of Turkey. As a result of population growth and industrial development, Omerli watershed is highly affected ...
- Coskun, H. Gonca, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Water, air, and soil pollution 2008 v.194 no.1-4 pp. 275-285
- environmental quality; water quality; water pollution; drinking water; reservoirs; watersheds; satellites; remote sensing; geographic information systems; regression analysis; land use change; urbanization; image analysis; vegetation cover; thematic maps; Turkey (country)
- ... Istanbul, housing a population over ten million and with population increase rate of approximately twice that of Turkey, is one of the greatest metropolitan cities of the world. As a consequence of rapid population growth and industrial development, Omerli watershed is highly affected by wastewater discharges from the residential areas and industrial plants. The main objective of this study is to ...
- Coskun, H. Gonca, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Water resources management 2010 v.24 no.14 pp. 3757-3772
- basins; digital elevation models; drainage; energy; geographic information systems; hydroelectric power; hydrologic models; kriging; meteorological data; power plants; rain; regression analysis; remote sensing; satellites; water potential; water resources; watersheds; Black Sea; Turkey (country)
- ... Within the last two decades, modelling of rainfall-runoff has become an important topic in water resources assessment due to increasing water demand and energy, particularly in the determination of hydropower potential. In addition to remote sensing (RS) and geographical information systems (GIS), with the development on satellite technologies, it becomes possible to asses rapid and economic solut ...