Research Interests: Chemical Oceanography, Nutrient Chemistry, Water Quality Classification
- Ph.D. 1982, Chemical Oceanography, Institute of Marine Sciences, METU, TÜRKİYE
- M.Sc. 1978, Chemical Oceanography, Insitute of Marine Sciences, METU, TÜRKİYE
- B. Sc. 1976, Chemistry, METU, TÜRKİYE
- Assessment of long-term impacts of human-induced eutrophication on the Black Sea upper (oxic-suboxic) layer chemistry and redox-dependent chemical features.
- Adaptation and comparison of eutrophication classification tools in the NE Mediterranean
- Coastal Waters including the Iskenderun and Mersin Bays Assessment of nutrient and TOC exchange fluxes in the Turkish Straits System
- Tugrul, S., Ozhan, K., Akcay, I. 2019. Assessment of trophic status of the northeastern Mediterranean coastal waters: eutrophication classification tools revisited. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 26(15), pp. 14742-14754. DOI: 10.1007/s11356-018-2529-6
- Tuğrul , S., J.W. Murray, G. E. Friederich, İ. Salihoğlu (2014). Spatial and temporal variability in the chemical properties of the oxic and suboxic layers of the Black Sea. J. Marine System, 135:29-43.
- Çoban-Yildiz, Y., Fabbri, D., Chiavari, G., Gaines, A..F., Galletti, G. and Tugrul, S.(2000) The abundance and chemical composition of Black Sea seston: confirmation by pyrolysis-GC/MS. Marine Chemistry, 69, 55-67.
- Yılmaz, A. and S. Tuğrul (1998). The effect of cold- and warm-core eddies on the distribution and stoichiometry of dissolved nutrients in the north-eastern Mediterranean. J. Marine Systems, Cilt: 16, sayfa: 253-268.
- Polat, Ç. and S. Tuğrul (1995). Nutrient and organic carbon exchanges between the Black and Marmara Seas through the Bosphorus Strait. Continental Shelf Research, Cilt:15, sayfa: 1115-1232.
- Tuğrul, S., Ö. Baştürk, C. Saydam and A. Yılmaz (1992). Changes in the hydrochemistry of the Black Sea inferred from water density profiles. Nature, Cilt: 59, Sayfa: 137-139.