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Articles by Ugur Ozekinci
Total Records ( 7 ) for Ugur Ozekinci
  Ugur Altinagac , Aydin Kara , Ugur Ozekinci , Adnan Aya , Ali Ismen , Aytac Altin and Cenkmen R. Begburs
  In the study, selectivity of two different types of (short and long shanked but same gap sized) fishhooks used in Blotched Picarel (Spicara maena) in artisanal fishery were determined in Dardanelles. In the calculation of selectivity parameters of fishhooks Holt method was used. The trials were carried out in 3 different regions in the Dardanelles between 12.09.2006-01.16.2008. For hooks gap size of which are 6.10, 7.60 and 9.05 mm, for long shanked hook the optimum catching length was determined as 13.21, 16.46 and 19.60 cm, respectively and for short shanked hook the optimum catching length was determined as 12.69, 15.81 and 18.83, respectively.
  Ugur Ozekinci , Adnan Ayaz , Ugur Altinagac , Ozgur Cengiz and Alkan Oztekin
  A hermaphroditic individual of the Chub mackerel, Scomber japonicus, caught in the Dardanelles is described in this study. This specimen is the first record of hermaphroditic Chub mackerel for the Mediterranean Sea.
  Ugur Ozekinci , Ozgur Cengiz , Ali Ismen , Ugur Altinagac and Adnan Ayaz
  In this study, length-weight relationships of 13 flatfish species, belonging to the families of Bothidae, Citharidae, Cynoglossidae, Scophthalmidae and Soleidae, from Saroz Bay (North Aegean sea, Turkey) were presented.
  Sabri Bilgin , Ozcan Ozen , Ali Ismen and Ugur Ozekinci
  To describe the growth, mortality and distribution pattern of the deep-water rose shrimp, Parapenaeus longirostris in an unexploited resource, 301 trawl surveys were conducted between 20 and 465 m water depths from February 2005 to September 2008 in Saros Bay, Aegean Sea. Bathymetrical biomass distribution of the deep-water rose shrimp shown a clear tendency towards the deeper waters with highest biomass estimations exceeding 50 kg h-1 obtained in water depths between 201 and 300 m. Von Bertalanffy Growth (VBG) parameters were estimated from monthly Carapace Length (CL) frequency distribution data using three different methods: ELEFAN, PROJMAT and SLCA. For the data of this study, the seasonal VBG parameters obtained from ELEFAN was considered to best describe the growth pattern and were estimated as L∞ = 34.7 mm, K = 1.05 year-1, to = -0.95 year, WP = 0.87 (i.e., November) and C = 0.47 for females and as L∞ = 27.0 mm, K = 1.49 year-1, to = -0.88 year, WP = 0.35 (i.e., May), C = 0.53 for males. Growth performance index (Φ') was higher in females (Φ' = 3.10) than males (Φ' = 3.03). Instantaneous annual mortality rates (Z), assumed to represent annual natural Mortality rate (M), ranged between 1.19 and 4.73 year-1 for females and between 0.88 and 3.51 year-1 for males, depending on the method used for the estimation. The mortality rates estimated with the Seasonal Length Converted Catch Curve (SLCCC) method was the most appropriate one for the Saros Bay stock and was estimated as 1.72 year-1 for females and as 1.82 year-1 for males.
  Adnan Ayaz , Serkan Kale , Ozgur Cengiz , Ugur Altinagac , Ugur Ozekinci , Alkan Oztekin and Aytac Altin
  This study was carried out in six different stations in the Northern Aegean Sea between February-May 2008. In the study, the three different fishing nets which were intensively being used by the region fishermen, the net height of which was 105 meshes and the mesh sizes of which were 44, 46 and 50 mm. In the operations performed with the drive-in fishing method, 5867 and 740 kg fish pertaining to the total 30 species were caught and 4791 were got from bogue being the target species. This value composes of approximately 82% of the total catching. SELECT method was used to fit gill net selectivity curves. Log normal model gave the best fit for the bogue selection. It was observed that modal length and spread values increased as far as the net mesh grew. It was determined that the length groups of bogue individuals we got in our study were quite above the first reproduction length. For this reason, it was seen that the gillnets used in the region did not create fishing pressure over the population.
  Adnan Ayaz , Ugur Altinagac , Ugur Ozekinci , Ozgur Cengiz and Alkan Oztekin
  This study has been conducted in the North Aegean Sea around the coasts of the Gallipoli peninsula at 3-30 m of water depth between February 2007 and June 2009. In order to test the effect of the hanging ratio on the selectivity, 9 gillnets with 3 different hanging ratios (E = 0.4-0.6) and 3 different mesh sizes (18-20-22 mm) have been made use of. Other than, the hanging ratios and mesh size all other features and specifications of gill nets were identical. Select method was used to fit gillnet selectivity curves. A total of 64 fishery operations have been performed in the study. The lognormal model gave the best fit for all hanging ratios (for hanging ratio (E) = 0.4-0.6, the model deviance = 138.9, 66.19, 56.23, respectively). It was determined that there was no significant selectivity differences among the same mesh size for different hanging ratios. The results showed that there is no effect of hanging ratios on size selectivity of annular sea bream (Diplodus annularis L.) in north Aegean gillnet fishery.
  Ugur Ozekinci , Ugur Altinagac , Adnan Ayaz , Ozgur Cengiz , Hakan Ayyildiz , Hasan Kaya and Deniz Odabasi
  Selectivity parameters of gillnets used for fish catching are very important for fisheries management in lakes. The main purpose of the present study was to estimate the selectivity parameters of monofilament gill nets mesh size of 56, 64 and 72 mm (stretched mesh size) used for European chub (Leuciscus cephalus L.1758) in Atikhisar Reservoir, Canakkale, Turkey. The indirect method proposed by Holt was used for the estimation of the selectivity parameters. The common selection factors and common standard deviation of monofilament gill nets were determined as 4.25 and 2.37, respectively. For sustainable fisheries of european chub, the minimum mesh size of monofilament gill nets must be greater than 47 mm stretched mesh size.
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