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Ernaz Altundag

Associate Professor
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Other Disciplines
Plant Science
UN languages spoken


Geographical Focus
Job function
Duzce University
Telephone number
0090 380 5412404
Work experience
My project experience is listed as below_x000D_
1. Halophytes of SW Asia. Royal Botanic Gardens, U.K. 2011-2015._x000D_
2. Effects of using different tree, shrub and herbaceous species on growth and nutritions of tree-seedlings and some of the soil propereties in experimental aridland afforestation sites, TUBITAK PROJECT 112O946. 2013-2016._x000D_
3. The Effects of Gypsum and Sulphur Applications on plantation success in Sodic Soil of Central Anatolia TUBITAK PROJECT 112O946. 2013-2016._x000D_
4.Research on Herbaceus Species and Soil Properties in aridlands of Central Anatolia Region. DUBAP 2012.05.01.113, 2012-2014. _x000D_
Thematic areas: Biology, Biodiversity, Biomass, Aridity, Desertification - Geographical areas of field experience:Turkey/East Anatolian Region (Igdir, Tuzluca); Central Anatolian Region (Salt Lake); Germany/Lower Saxony; Hungary/Slano kopovo
Highest Academic achievement and qualification
PhD, Medicinal Plants, Istanbul University, 2009; MSc, Plant Taxonomy; Istanbul University, 2005; BSc, Biology, Istanbul University, 2002
Number of Publications
Publication titles
1. Ghazanfar, S.A., Altundag, E., Yaprak, A.E., Osborne, J., Tug, G.N., Vural, M., 2014, “Halophytes of Southwest Asia”, Sabkha Ecosystems, Volume IV. In press._x000D_
2. Öztürk, M., Kebapçi, Ü., Gücel, S., Çetin, E., Altundag, E., 2012. “Biodiversity and land degradation in the lower Euphrates subregion of Turkey”, Journal of Enviromental Biology, Volume 33, Number 02 Supplement, 311-323._x000D_
3. Altundag, E., Öztürk, M., 2011. “Ethnomedicinal studies on the plant resources of East Anatolia, Turkey”, Procedia Social and Behavioral Sciences, 19, 756-777._x000D_
4. Öztürk, M., Gücel, S., Altundag, E., Çelik, S., 2011. “Turkish Mediterranean medicinal plants in the face of climate change”. In Chapter 5: In A. Ahmad, T .O. Siddiqi, M. Iqbal (eds.), Medicinal Plants in Changing Environment, 50-71, Capital Publishing Company, New Delhi, India, ISBN (Yayin) No: 81-85589-14-3_x000D_
5. Öztürk, M., Gücel, S., Güvensen, A., Altundag, E., 2010. “Evaluating the effects of climate change on coastal areas, lagoons and wetlands, including economic, social and environmental aspects: A case study from Turkey”, Procedings of the Global Salinization and Climate Change (GFSCC2010), Topic IV-Evaluating the effects of climate change in coastal areas, lagoons and wetlands, 169-172.7.
1. Tarining School Grant. COST Action FA0901. Putting Halophytes to Work From Genes to Ecosystems, 3-10 July 2011. _x000D_
2. Bentham Moxon Trust Research Grant. Checklist of Halophytes of SW Asia. Royal Botanic Gardens, U.K.. 03-31 January 2012.. _x000D_
3. Workshop Grant. COST Action FA0901. Utilization and Protection of halophytes and salt-affected landscapes, Kecskemet, Hungary. 4-6 September 2013.
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Ankara University
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