Dr. Arzu AYDIN UNCUMUSAOĞLU got her bachelor, master, and doctoral degrees from Department of Basic Science, Fisheries Faculty of Ege University, Turkey in 1999, 2002, and 2007, respectively. Her bachelor thesis was thermal pollution in aquatic environments. Her master study was “The Investigation of carbon and burnable substances levels which are found in the southern Aegean Sea Sediments”. In addition, her doctorate study was “Taxonomical and Ecological Features of the Pelagic Amphipod species (Hyperiidae, Amphipoda) Distributed Along the Turkish Coast of the Aegean Sea”.
Then, she became as Assistant Professor in Environmental Engineering Department of Giresun University. Her research interests are Hydrobiology, water quality control, water pollution, monitoring, statically analyses, heavy metal pollution, and zooplankton.
Engineering, Ecological Impacts of Climate Change and Ecological Adaptation, Conservation and Biodiversity, Natural Resource Management, Aquaculture and Fisheries, Environmental Engineering