Prof.Dr. İSMAİL TEMEL OĞUZ (RETIRED)
GRADUATE SCHOOL OF MARINE SCIENCES
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Education

  Doctorate, UNIVERSITY OF READING, Physics

Publications (INTERNATIONAL)

Journal Papers

  A.1 Oguz, T., H. Ducklow, P. Malanotte-Rizzoli, J.W. Murray V.I. Vedernikov, A physical-biochemical model of plankton productivity and nitrogen cycling in the Black Sea. "Deep Sea Research, I", 46, (1999), p.597-636.
  A.2 Oguz, T. and S. Besiktepe, Observations on the Rim Current structure, CIW formation and transport in the Western Black Sea. "Deep Sea Research I", 46, (1999), p.1733-1753.
  A.3 Bergamasco, A., T. Oguz, P. Malanotte-Rizzoli, Modeling dense water mass formation and winter circulation in the northern and central Adriatic Sea. . "J. Marine Systems", 20, (1999), p.279-300.
  A.4 Oguz, T. and B. Salihoglu, Simulation of eddy-driven phytoplankton production in the Black Sea. "Geophys. Res. Letters", 27, (2000), p.2125-2128.
  A.5 Oguz, T., H. W. Ducklow, P. Malanotte-Rizzoli, Modeling distinct vertical biogeochemical structure of the Black Sea: Dynamical coupling of the oxic, suboxic and anoxic layers. "Global Biogeochemical Cycles", 14, (2000), p.1331-1352.
  A.6 Napolitano, E., T. Oguz, P. Malanotte-Rizzoli, A. Yilmaz, E. Sansone, Simulations of biological production in the Rhodes and Ionian basins of the Eastern Mediterranean. "J. Marine Systems", 24, (2000), p.277-298.
  A.7 Oguz, T., P. Malanotte-Rizzoli, H. W. Ducklow, Seasonal Cycle of the Upper Layer Circulation and its impacts on Phytoplankton Variability in the Black Sea: A modeling Study. "Ecological Modelling", 144, (2001), p.295-314.
  A.8 Oguz, T., J.W. Murray and A. Callahan, Simulation of Suboxic-Anoxic interface zone structure in the Black Sea. "Deep Sea Research I", 48, (2001), p.761-787.
  A.9 Oguz, T., H.W. Ducklow, J.E. Purcell, P. Malanotte-Rizzoli, Modeling the response of top-down control exerted by gelatinous carnivores on the Black Sea pelagic food web. "Journal of Geophysical Research", 106, (2001), p.4543-4564.
  A.10 Cokacar, T., N. Kubilay and T. Oguz, Structure of Emiliana huxleyi blooms in the Black Sea surface waters as detected by SeaWIFS imagery. "Geophys. Res. Letters", 28, (2001), p.4607-4610.
  A.11 T. Oguz and D. Gilbert, brupt transitions of the top-down controlled Black Sea pelagic ecosystem during 1960-2000: evidence for regime-shifts under strong fishery exploitation and nutrient enrichment modulated by climate-induced variations.. "Deep Sea Research I", 54, (2007), p.220-242.
  A.12 Oguz, T, Nonlinear response of Black Sea pelagic fish stocks to over-exploitation. "Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser.", 345, (2007), p.211-228.
  A.13 Oguz, T., B. Salihoglu and B. Fach, A coupled plankton–anchovy population dynamics model assessing nonlinear controls of anchovy and gelatinous biomass in the Black Sea. "Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser.", 369, (2008), p.229-256.
  A.14 Oguz, T., B. Fach and B. Salihoglu, Invasion dynamics of the alien ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi and its impact on anchovy collapse in the Black Sea.. "J. PLANKTON RES.", 30, (2008), p.1385-1397.
  A.15 A. B. Kara, C. N. Barron, A. J. Wallcraft, T. Oguz, Interannual Variability of Sea Surface Height over the Black Sea: Relation to Climatic Patterns.. "Earth Interactions", 12, (2008), p.1-11.
  A.16 Kara A. B., C. N. Barron, A. J. Wallcraft, T. Oguz, K. S. Casey, Advantages of fine resolution SSTs for small ocean basins: Evaluation in the Black Sea.. "J. Geophys. Res.", 113, (2008), p.2007JC004569.
  A.17 Oguz T. and V. Velikova, Abrupt transition of the northwestern Black Sea shelf ecosystem from eutrophic to an alternative pristine state.. "Marine Ecology Progress Series (accepted for publication)", (2009).
 

Conference Papers

  A.1 T. Oguz, Simulations of biological production in the Rhodes and Ionian basins of the eastern Mediterranean.. "International Conference on Oceanography of the Eastern Mediterranean and Black Sea", (1999), p.208-209.
  A.2 T.Oguz, Thermohaline and energetic characteristics of anticyclonic gyres in the western part of the Black Sea.. "International Conference on Oceanography of the Eastern Mediterranean and Black Sea", (1999), p.140.
  A.3 T. Oguz, Simulation of recent changes in the Black Sea pelagic food web structure due to top-down control by gelatinous carnivores.. "International Conference on Oceanography of the Eastern Mediterranean and Black Sea", (1999), p.212-213.
  A.4 T. Oguz, Modeling distinct vertical biogeochemical structure of the Black Sea: Dynamical coupling of the oxic, suboxic and anoxic layers.. "JGOFS Open Science Meeting, Ocean Biogeochemistry: A New Paradigm", (2000), p.111.
  A.5 T. Oguz, Simulations of biological production in the Rhodes basin of the Eastern Mediterranean. "CIESM Workshop Series", 10, (2000), p.55-56.
  A.6 T. Oguz, Water, nitrogen and carbon budgets of the Black Sea. "International Symposium on Carbon and Nutrient Fluxes in Marginal Seas", (2001).
  A.7 Temel Oguz, Modeling the biogeochemical structure of the Black Sea. "An Ocean Odyssey: Joint IAPSO/IABO Assembly", (2001).
  A.8 Temel Oguz, Interdiscipilinary Studies integrating the Black Sea circulation and biogeochemistry. "COAST Conference-Bremenhaven", (2001).

Book and Chapter in a Book

  A.1 Napolitano, E., T. Oguz, P. Malanotte-Rizzoli, E. Sansone, Modeling plankton production in the Eastern Mediterranean: Application of a 1-D vertically-resolved physical-biogeochemical model to the Ionian and Rhodes basins. "The Eastern Mediterranean as a laboratory basin for the assessment of constrasting ecosystems", 51, (1999), p.181-204.
  A.2 Oguz, T., U. Unluata, H.W. Ducklow, P. Malanotte-Rizzoli, Modeling the Black Sea pelagic ecosystem and biogeochemical structure: A synthesis of recent studies. "Environmental Degradation of the Black Sea: Challenges and Remedies", 56, (1999), p.197-224.
  A.3 T. Oguz, Black Sea environmental programs: present and future. "Monitoring Black Sea environmental conditions,", 3, (1999), p.27-34.
  A.4 Kopper J. van de, P. Tett, W. Naqvi, T. Oguz, Threshold effects in semi-enclosed marine systems.. "Watersheds, Bays and Bounded Seas: The Science and Management of Semi-Enclosed Marine Systems.", (2008), p.31-48.
  A.5 Oguz T., General oceanographic properties: physicochemical and climatic features.. "State of the Environment of the Black Sea (2001-2006/7).", chapter 1, (2009), p.1-22.
  A.6 Oguz T. , V. Velikova and A. Kideys, Overall assessment of the present state of Black Sea ecosystem.. "State of the Environment of the Black Sea (2001-2006/7)", chapter 12, (2009), p.368-400.
  A.7 Oguz T. and S. Tugrul, Nutrient budgets of the Black Sea and the Turkish Straits System. (eds.). Spr. "Carbon and Nutrient Fluxes in Continental Margins, Global Chang", Chapter 7, (2009), p.355-363.
  A.8 T. Oguz, V. Velikova, A. Cociasu, A. Korchenko, The state of eutrophication in the Black Sea. "State of the Environment of the Black Sea (2001-2006/7)", chapter 2, (2009), p.23-52.

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