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

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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Gabriella Caruso Editor-in-Chief
Gabriella Caruso, Ph.D
National Research Council (CNR)
Institute for Coastal Marine Environment (IAMC)
Italy
 
Biography

Gabriella Caruso Born in 1966 Doctor in Biological Sciences at the University of Messina Dr Gabriella Caruso has been specialised in Applied Microbiology at the Department of Microbiology Faculty of Sciences University of Messina in 1993 Since 1994 she is working as Researcher at the Institute for Coastal Marine Environment IAMC of Messina She is serving as an editorial member of several reputed journals like The Open Fish Science Journal ISSN: 1874401X and The Open Marine Biology JournalISSN: 18744508 edited by Bentham Publisher Guest Editor and Peer Reviewer of a Hot Topic Issue for The Open Marine Biology Journal entitled “New candidate species for intensive Mediterranean aquaculture: studies on reproduction digestion response to stress” Referee for the following International Journals: Journal of Applied Microbiology Letters of Applied Microbiology Microbial Ecology Marine Environmental Research Marine Pollution Bulletin Progress in Oceanography Research in Microbiology Annals of Microbiology Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety Aquaculture International Environmental Monitoring and Assessment She is a member of the Executive Plankton Committee of the Italian Society for Marine Biology SIBM from 2010 to 2011; she was a member of the same Committee from 2000 to 2001 and from 2002 to 2003 ; from 2004 to 2006 she was a member of the Executive Aquaculture Committee of the same Society She has authored over 180 research articles and 4 Book Chapters 1La Ferla R Zaccone R Caruso G Azzaro M 2001 Enzymatic activities and carbon flux through the microbial compartment in the Adriatic Sea: In: Faranda FM Guglielmo L Spezie G Eds Structure and processes in the Mediterranean ecosystems Chapter 61 SpringerVerlag Italia pp 485493 2Zaccone R La Ferla R Azzaro M Caruso G 2002 Microbial parameters for advanced ecosystem models In: Flemming NC Vallerga SPinardi N Behrens HWA Manzella G Prandle D Stel JH Eds Operational Oceanography Implementation at the European and Regional Scales Elsevier Oceanography Series 66 July 2002 3Zappalà G Caruso G Crisafi E 2002 Design and use of advanced technology devices for sea water monitoring In: Flemming NC Vallerga S Pinardi N Behrens HWA Manzella G Prandle D Stel JH Eds Operational Oceanography Implementation at the European and Regional Scales Elsevier Oceanography Series 66 July 2002 4Caruso G Crisafi E Caruso R Zappalà G 2008 Advances in marine bacterial pollution monitoring In: Environmental Microbiology Research Trends G V Kurladze Editor Chapter 10 pp 273287 NOVA Publishers: Hauppauge NY USA From 2007 to date she is a member of the Teachers of PhD course in Hygiene applied to the Assessment and Management of the Microbiological Food and Environmental risk at the Dept of Hygiene and Public Health University of Messina

 
Research Interest

Marine microbiology, microbial enzymes, biogeochemical cycles, marine microbial pollution, quality status of aquatic ecosystems.

 
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Fatih Evrendilek Editor-in-Chief
Fatih Evrendilek, Ph.D
Professor
Department of Environmental Engineering
Abant Izzet Baysal University
Bolu, Turkey
 
Biography

Dr. Fatih Evrendilek received his M.A. in Energy & Environmental Policy from University of Delaware in 1994 and his Ph.D. in Environmental Science from The Ohio State University in 2000. He is the founder of the Department of Environmental Engineering at Abant Izzet Baysal University and is currently working as a Professor of Environmental Engineering. He has authored and co-authored over 50 ISI-indexed articles and is the co-author of the textbook “The Environment: Science, Issues and Solutions”.

 
Research Interest

My research interests include simulation of biogeochemical cycles; c & n budgets; modeling of ecosystem dynamics; global Climate change; sustainable ecosystem management; environmental & energy policies; Ecosystem rehabilitation/restoration; (geo) statistical modeling; gis; remote sensing of Ecosystem dynamics; wavelet denoising; artificial neural networks; eddy covariance.

 
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