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ISSN: 2157-7617

Journal of Earth Science & Climatic Change
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Effect of efteni lake wetland area on melen river non-point pollution

International Conference on Earth Science & Climate Change

Ahmet CELEBI and B. Nihan GUR

Accepted Abstracts: J Earth Sci Climate Change

DOI: 10.4172/2157-7617.S1.007

Abstract
Efteni lake is located within in northwest of Turkey between the latitudes 41? 50′ to 40? 40′ North and the longitudes 30? 50′ to 31? 40′ East. Besides the biological richness of this buffer zone, it is located on a special hydrological area. The lake is inter-wined with Melen river that is being considered to fulfill the future water necessity of important nearby cities. The main purpose of this study is to investigate the effects to water quality at all inflow-inside area and outflow (Bigger Melen River) to Buffer Zone. This study is the first study to reveal hydrological importance of the field variance in terms of nonpoint pollution. In this study water quality parameters of the water (inflow-outflow) were monitored during spring. The flow rates were measured and samplings were made. Some basic water quality parameters (pH, electrical conductivity, dissolved oxygen, total dissolved solids, resistivity, salinity and temperature) were measured in the field. The nitrate, nitrite, ammonia, TOC and phosphorous parameters were analyzed in laboratory. The results show that the buffer zone had overall positive effect on water quality. The nitrite in May and the nitrate in June reach their corresponding peak values. The pH decreased slightly but it was always higher than 7, the dissolved oxygen (from 10 to around 3 mg/L) and saturation dramatically decreased during spring time. As a result, being located at an important location, the Efteni wetland deserves to be protected and monitored in order to have positive effects on water quality
Biography
Ahmet Celebi continues his doctoral studies since 2007 at Sakarya university-Turkey and Oulu University-Finland about water pollution, metals and risk assessment. He has studies about Global warming, Water quality and Watershed management.
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