Browsing by Author "Özkundakci, Deniz"

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  • Lake restoration: Does sediment capping have post-application effects on zooplankton and phytoplankton?

    Özkundakci, Deniz; Duggan, Ian C.; Hamilton, David P. (2011)
    Although in situ sediment capping is frequently used to reduce internal loading of contaminants and nutrients, post-application assessment rarely includes the potential undesirable short-term effects on plankton species ...
  • Lake Rotokakahi water quality modelling

    Jones, Hannah Frances Emily; Özkundakci, Deniz; Kochendoerfer, Sascha; McBride, Chris G.; Hamilton, David P. (Environmental Research Institute, Faculty of Science and Engineering, The University of Waikato, 2014)
    Lake Rotokakahi is an iwi-owned lake, administered by the Lake Rotokakahi Board of Control. The lake has a surface area of 4.4 km2, a mean depth of 17.5 m, and a catchment of 19.7 km2 of which most is in exotic forest ...
  • Lake Rotorua sediment survey

    Özkundakci, Deniz; Pearson, Lisa K.; McBride, Chris G.; Hamilton, David P. (Environmental Research Institute, Faculty of Science and Engineering, The University of Waikato, 2014)
    Water quality in Lake Rotorua has improved over recent years, with reductions of nitrogen, phosphorus and chloropyll a concentrations, and increased water clarity. These changes coincide with alum dosing of the Utuhina and ...
  • Latitudinal variation in nutrient stoichiometry and chlorophyll-nutrient relationships in lakes: A global study

    Abell, Jonathan Michael; Özkundakci, Deniz; Hamilton, David P.; Jones, John R. (Schweizerbart und Borntraeger, 2012)
    We present analysis of variations in relationships between nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P) and chlorophyll-a (chl-a) in lakes along a gradient of latitude inclusive of tropical, temperate and polar regions. Total nitrogen ...
  • Modelling the response of a highly eutrophic lake to reductions in external and internal nutrient loading

    Özkundakci, Deniz; Hamilton, David P.; Trolle, Dennis (Taylor & Francis, 2011-06)
    The reduction of macronutrients to levels that limit primary production is often a critical element of mitigating eutrophication and reducing the potential for algal blooms. Lake Okaro has remained highly eutrophic despite ...