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Statistical modeling of spatio-temporal variability in monthly average daily solar radiation over Turkey
(Molecular Diversity Preservation Int, 2007)
Though one of the most significant driving forces behind ecological processes such as biogeochemical cycles and energy flows, solar radiation data are limited or nonexistent by conventional ground-based measurements, and ...
Modeling potential distribution and carbon dynamics of natural terrestrial ecosystems: A case study of Turkey
We derived a simple model that relates the classification of biogeoclimate zones, (co) existence and fractional coverage of plant functional types (PFTs), and patterns of ecosystem carbon (C) stocks to long-term average ...
Techno-economic analysis of solar water heating systems in Turkey
(Mdpi Ag, 2008)
In this study, solar water heater was investigated using meteorological and geographical data of 129 sites over Turkey. Three different collector types were compared in terms of absorber material ( copper, galvanized sheet ...
Assessing solar radiation models using multiple variables over Turkey
Solar radiation drives many environmental processes; however, needs to be estimated indirectly from more commonly measured meteorological variables since these data are not readily available from most climate stations. A ...
Modeling spatio-temporal dynamics of optimum tilt angles for solar collectors in Turkey
(Mdpi Ag, 2008)
Quantifying spatial and temporal variations in optimal tilt angle of a solar collector relative to a horizontal position assists in maximizing its performance for energy collection depending on changes in time and space. ...