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ISSN: 2157-7625

Journal of Ecosystem & Ecography
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Gulnihal Ozbay

Gulnihal Ozbay Editor-in-Chief
Gulnihal Ozbay, Ph.D
Department of Agriculture & Natural Resources
Delaware State University, USA

Dr. Ozbay’s is a Research Associate Professor in Delaware State University,did her Ph.D on Fisheries and Aquaculture (Concentration: WaterQuality & Aquaculture) Her research and outreach programs are established to help preserve natural resources and health of Delaware’s Bays and monitor predicted changes that could be helpful to the state agencies in decision making and management. Food Safety Laboratory she established by the funding provided by USDA-FSIS Program has enabled Dr. Ozbay to conduct collaborative projects with the USDA ARS Laboratories and other research institutions in catfish inspection from retail establishments and allow faculty and students to involve comprehensive seafood quality monitoring and hands-on training efforts, this program is expected to continue and enhance program capacity in the college. GIS Laboratory will be established along with the workshops and classes regarding integration of GIS & Remote Sensing for the gobal climate change issues

Research Interest

Dr. Ozbay’s research and outreach education programs focus on the habitat restoration, she also has research programs to identify environmental stresses and relationships between water quality and naturally occurring bacteria that could be potentially harmful to either aquatic species or humans once consumed via investigation of shellfish tissues using both microbiological and genetic methods. In addition, she is looking at cellular response and population structures of several harmful algal species in Delaware waters as results of changes in temperature, CO2, nutrients, and other changes associated with climate change phenomena.  Her research and outreach programs are established to help preserve natural resources and health of Delaware’s Bays and monitor predicted changes that could be helpful to the state agencies in decision making and management. Along with ecological services (i.e. water filtration, feeding and hiding ground for juveniles fishes, forage habitat) shellfish stabilize our coasts and increase bio-diversity. As her outreach goals, she plans to offer drinking water quality clinic and public seminar to discuss potential issues with having private wells and what treatment to use and expand community outreach oyster gardening program for habitat restoration.


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Land Use Impacts: The Effects of Non-Native Grasses on Marsh and Aquatic Ecosystems
Gulnihal Ozbay, Kris Roeske, Lathadevi Karuna Chintapenta, Venu Kalavacharla, Matthew Stone and Laurieann Phalen
Opinion Article: J Ecosyst Ecogr 2014, 4: 151
DOI: 10.4172/2157-7625.1000151
An Investigation of Utilizing Ripraps as Substrate for Oyster Stocking within Delaware Coastal Bays
Brian A Reckenbeil and Gulnihal Ozbay
Research Article: J Ecosyst Ecogr 2014, 4: 150
DOI: 10.4172/2157-7625.1000150
Overview on Sustainable Animal Farming in Relationship to Climate Change in Delmarva
Gulnihal Ozbay, Katelyn Foster, Syrena Taylor, Lathadevi K Chintapenta and Bethany Fleming
Review Article: J Earth Sci Clim Change 2014, 5:175
DOI: 10.4172/2157-7617.1000175
Screening of Imported Tilapia Fillets for Heavy Metals and Veterinary Drug Residues in the Mid-Atlantic Region, USA
Balajikubandra Babu and Gulnihal Ozbay
Research Article: J Food Process Technol 2013, 4: 266
DOI: 10.4172/2157-7110.1000266
Remote Sensing of Phragmites australis Invasion in Delaware Tidal Marsh Zones: Issues to Consider
Gulnihal Ozbay, Andrew Augustine and Reginald Fletcher
Editorial: J Geophys Remote Sensing 2012, e107
DOI: 10.4172/2169-0049.1000e107
Climate Repercussions in Yuna-Samana Bay Estuary, Sanchez, Dominican Republic: Case Study on Eastern Oyster (Crassostrea virginica) Exposure to Different Salinity Regimes
Pamela M. Stampul and Gulnihal Ozbay*
Special Issue Article: J Earth Sci Climate Change/Volume S12: 003, Special Issue 2013
DOI: 10.4172/2157-7617.S12-003
Prevalence of Veterinary Drug Residues and Heavy Metals in Catfish Nuggets
Gulnihal Ozbay, Balaji Kubandra Babu and Guoying Chen
Research Article: J Food Process Technol 2013, S11-005
DOI: 10.4172/2157-7110.S11-005
Antimicrobial Activity of Vinegar on Bacterial Species Isolated from Retail and Local Channel Catfish (Ictalurus punctatus)
Talaysha Lingham, Samue Besong, Gulnihal Ozbay, and Jung-lim Lee
Special Issue Article: J Food Process Technol 2012, S11-001
DOI: 10.4172/2157-7110.S11-001
The State of Delaware Facing Significant Impacts due to Wetland Loss Resulting from Sea Level Rise: A Microcosm of the Macrocosm
Gulnihal Ozbay and Amy Cannon
Editorial: J Earth Sci Climate Change 2012, 3:e105
DOI: 10.4172/2157-7617.1000e105
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