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Department of Aquaculture Fishing and Processing Technology

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Department of Fisheries Fishing and Processing Technology

The destruction of agricultural lands and the regression of livestock production caused efforts being directed towards aquaculture production and fish capture and processing activities in the hope of finding solutions to the hunger and malnourishment. This subject was carried to the scientific platform via Faculty of Fisheries established under the academic structuring of several Universities in our Country aiming at graduating competent technical personel. There is no separate graduate teaching program in the department but under the academic structuring of Faculty of fisheries, activities regarding to scientific research, consulting services and upbringing of academic personel are being conducted. In the subjects of the department, theoretical and practical information regarding to fish capturing techniques, determination of fish stocks, fish processing techniques and equipments used in fish capture and their technical specifications are given to the students.


Publications in International Scientific Journals(last two years)

2021
9. çiftçi, N.; Ayas, D.; Bakan, M. The Comparison of Heavy Metal Level in Surface Water, Sediment and Biota Sampled from the Polluted and Unpolluted Sites in the Northeastern Mediterranean Sea. THALASSAS: AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MARINE SCIENCES , 2021, 37, 13-22.
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s41208-020-00239-3
8. Doğdu, S.; çiftçi, N.; Ayas, D.; Turan, C. Potential Usage of Pufferfish Dentin as a Metal Accumulation Indicator . JOURNAL OF WATER CHEMISTRY AND TECHNOLOGY, 2021, 43, 269-275.
https://link.springer.com/article/10.3103/S1063455X21030061
7. Doğdu, S.; Turan, C.; Depci, T.; Ayas, D. Natural hydroxyapatite obtained from pufferfish teeth for potential dental application. JOURNAL OF CERAMIC PROCESSING RESEARCH, 2021, 22, 356-361.
http://www.jcpr.or.kr/journal/archive/view/2559
2020
6. Ergüden, D.; Gürlek, M.; Alagöz ergüden, S.; Ayas, D.; Altun, A. Presence of Ranzania laevis (Pennant, 1776) in Iskenderun Bay, Turkey. THALASSAS: AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MARINE SCIENCES, 2020, 36, 231-237.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s41208-019-00177-9
5. Saygu, .; Heymans, S.; Fox, C.; özbilgin, H.; Eryaşar, A.; Gökçe, G. The importance of alien species to the food web and bottom trawl fisheries of the Northeastern Mediterranean, a modelling approach. JOURNAL OF MARINE SYSTEMS, 2020, 202, -.
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0924796319303902
2019
4. Kosker, A.; özogul, F.; Ayas, D.; durmus, M.; Ucar, Y. Elemental composition of pufferfish species from Northeastern Mediterranean Sea. ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT, 2019, 191, 1-15.
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10661-019-7469-1
3. Ergüden, D.; Ayas, D.; Gürlek, M.; Karan, S.; Turan, C. First documented smoothback angelshark Squatina oculata Bonaparte, 1840 from the North-Eastern Mediterranean Sea, Turkey. CAHIERS DE BIOLOGIE MARINE, 2019, 60, 189-194.
http://application.sb-roscoff.fr/cbm/doi/10.21411/CBM.A.23607FF9
2. özbilgin, Y. . FRESENIUS ENVIRONMENTAL BULLETIN, 2019, 28, 1920-1925.
1. Köşker, A.; özoğul, F.; Ayas, D.; Durmuş, M.; Uçar, Y.; Regenstein, J.; özoğul, Y. Tetrodotoxin levels of three pufferfish species (Lagocephalus sp.) caught in the North-Eastern Mediterranean sea. CHEMOSPHERE, 2019, 219, 95-99.
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0045653518323324