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 -   Aydın, M., Biltekin, D., Breugelmans, K., Backeljau, T. (2021). First record, DNA identification and morphometric characterization of Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas (Thunberg, 1793) in the southern Black Sea. BioInvasions Records.

 -   Biltekin, D., Eriş, K.K., Bulut, S. (2021). Anthropogenic influences and climate changes in Lake Hazar (eastern Turkey) during the Late Holocene. Quaternary International 583, 70-82. 10.1016/j.quaint.2021.02.023.

 -   Fan, P.Y, K.P. Chun, A. Mijic, M.L. Tan, Q. He, and O. Yetemen (2021). Quantifying land use heterogeneity on drought conditions for mitigation strategies development in the Dongjiang River Basin, China. Ecological Indicators, 129, 107945.

 -   Fikirdesici-Ergen, S., Tekatli, C., Gurbuzer, P., Ucuncu-Tunca, E., Ture, H., Biltekin, D., Kurtulus, B., Tunca E. (2021). Elemental accumulation in the surficial sediment of Kesikköprü, Çubuk II and Asartepe Dam Lakes (Ankara) and potential sediment toxicity. Chemistry and Ecology 37 (6), 552 – 572. 10.1080/02757540.2021.1902509.

   Koç, D.E., Biltekin, D., Ustaoğlu, B. (2021). Modelling potential distribution of Carpinus betulus in Anatolia and its surroundings from the Last Glacial Maximum to the future. Arabian Journal of Geosciences 14(12), 1186. 10.1007/s12517-021-07444-1.

 -   Liu, C, H. Liu, Y. Yu, W. Zhao, Z. Zhang, L. Guo, and O. Yetemen (2021). Mapping groundwater-dependent ecosystems in arid Central Asia: Implications for controlling regional land degradation. Science of the Total Environment, 797, 149027.

 -   Srivastava, A., J.F. Rodriguez, P.M. Saco, N. Kumari, and O. Yetemen (2021). Global analysis of atmospheric transmissivity using remote sensing and flux network datasets across different climatic zones. Remote Sensing, 13(9), 1716.

 -   Srivastava, A., P.M. Saco, J.F. Rodriguez, N. Kumari, K.P. Chun, and O. Yetemen (2021). The role of landscape morphology on soil moisture variability in semi-arid ecosystems. Hydrological Processes, 35, e13990.


 -   Arıkan, B., Mohr, F., Bürgi, M. (2020). Exploring the Common Ground of Landscape Ecology and Landscape Archaeology Through A Case Study from Eastern Anatolia, Turkey. Landscape Ecology 136 [DOI:10.1007/s10980-020-01128-z].

   Chun, K.P., Q. He, H.S. Fok, S. Ghosh, O. Yetemen, Q. Chen, and A. Mijic (2020). Gravimetry-based water storage shifting over the Ganges-Brahmaputra basin controlled by regional climate variability. Science of the Total Environment, 714, 136360.

 -   Çoraman, E., Dundarova, H., Dietz, C., Mayer, F. (2020). Patterns of mtDNA introgression suggest population replacement in Palaearctic whiskered bat species. Royal Society open science7(6), 191805.

 -   Kumari, N., P.M. Saco, J.F. Rodriguez, S.A. Johnstone, A. Srivastava, K.P. Chun, and O. Yetemen (2020). The grass is not always greener on the other side: Seasonal reversal of vegetation greenness in aspect-driven semiarid ecosystems. Geophysical Research Letters, 47(15), e2020GL088918.

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 -   Bal Akkoca, D., Eriş, K.K., Çağatay, M.N., Biltekin, D. (2019). The mineralogical and geochemical composition of Holocene sediments from Lake Hazar, Elazığ, Eastern Turkey: implications for weathering, paleoclimate, redox conditions, provenance and tectonic setting. Turkish Journal of Earth Sciences. doi:10.3906/yer-1812-8.

 -   Baltaci, H., B.O. Akkoyunlu, H. Arslan, O. Yetemen, and E.T. Ozdemir (2019). The influence of meteorological conditions and atmospheric circulation types on PM10 levels in western Turkey. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 191:466.

 -   Biltekin, D., Burjachs, F., Vallverdú, J., Sharp, W.D., Mertz-Kraus, R., Chacón, M.G., Saladié, P., Bischoff, J.L., Carbonell, E. (2019). Vegetation and climate record from Abric Romaní (Capellades, Northeast Iberia) during the Upper Pleistocene (MIS 5d-3). Quaternary Science Reviews 220, 154-164. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2019.07.035.

 -   Çoraman, E., Dietz, C., Hempel, E., Ghazaryan, A., Levin, E., Presetnik, P., Mayer, F. (2019). Reticulate evolutionary history of a Western Palaearctic Bat Complex explained by multiple mt DNA introgressions in secondary contacts. Journal of Biogeography46(2), 343-354.

 -   O. Yetemen, P.M. Saco, and E. Istanbulluoglu (2019). Ecohydrology controls the geomorphic response to climate change. Geophysical Research Letters, 46(15), 8852-8861.

 -   Yeo, I.Y, S.C. Lee, M. Lang, O. Yetemen, G. McCarthy, A. Sadeghi, and G. Evenson (2019). Mapping landscape-level hydrological connectivity of headwater wetlands to downstream waters: a catchment modeling approach - Part 2. Science of the Total Environment, 653, 1557-1570.

 -   Yeo, I.Y, M. Lang, S.C. Lee, G. McCarthy, A. Sadeghi, O. Yetemen, and C. Huang (2019). Mapping landscape-level hydrological connectivity of headwater wetlands to downstream waters: a geospatial modeling approach - Part 1. Science of the Total Environment, 653, 1546-1556.



 -   Arıkan, B., Yıldırım, T. (2018).  Paleoclimate, Geology, Geomorphology, and Middle Holocene Settlement Systems in the Delice Valley of North-Central Anatolia. Journal of Field Archaeology 43 (8): 570-590 [DOI:10.1080/00934690.2018.1535161].

 -   Biltekin, D., Eriş, K., Çağatay, N., Akçer Ön, S., Bal Akkoca, D. (2018). Late Pleistocene-Holocene environmental change in eastern Turkey: multiproxy palaeoecological data of vegetation and lake-catchment changes. Journal of Quaternary Science, Volume 33, Issue 5, 575-585.

 -   Biltekin, D. (2018). Palynomorphs from a lacustrine sequence provide evidence for palaeoenvironmental changes during the early Miocene in Central Anatolia, Turkey. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 55(5): 505-513.

 -   Furman, A., Çelik, Y. E., Çoraman, E. (2018). Myotis myotis (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) diverges into two distinct, Anatolian and European, populations. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 183(1), 226-235.

 -   Saco, P., M. Moreno-de las Heras, S. Keesstra, J. Baartman, O. Yetemen, and J. Rodriguez. (2018). Vegetation and soil degradation in drylands: Non linear feedbacks and early warning signals. Current Opinion in Environmental Science and Health, 5, 67-72.