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Dr. Fatih Deniz
Department of Environmental Protection Technologies
Harran University, Sanlıurfa, Turkey
Associate Professor

Email: f_deniz@windowslive.com

Qualifications
2012  Ph.D., Kahramanmaras Sutcu Imam University, Biological Sciences
2008  M.Sc., Gaziantep University, Biological Sciences
2006  B.Sc., Gaziantep University, Biological Sciences

Publications

  1. Deniz F., Tezel Ersanli E., A natural macroalgae consortium for biosorption of copper from aqueous solution: Optimization, modeling and design studies. International Journal of Phytoremediation. (SCI-E) Accept.
  2. Deniz F., Tezel Ersanli E., An ecofriendly approach for bioremediation of contaminated water environment: Potential contribution of a coastal seaweed community to environmental improvement. International Journal of Phytoremediation, Doi: 10.1080/15226514.2017.1374335. (SCI-E) In press.
  3. Deniz F., Tezel Ersanli E., Application of a novel phyco-composite biosorbent for biotreatment of aqueous medium polluted with manganese ions. International Journal of Phytoremediation, Doi: 10.1080/15226514.2017.1337074. (SCI-E) In press.
  4. Deniz F., Karabulut A., Biosorption of heavy metal ions by chemically modified biomass of coastal seaweed community: Studies on phycoremediation system modeling and design. Ecological Engineering, 106:101-108. (SCI) 2017.
  5. Deniz F., Kepekci RA., A promising biosorbent for biosorption of a model hetero-bireactive dye from aqueous medium. Fibers and Polymers, 18:476-482. (SCI-E) 2017.
  6. Deniz F., Kepekci RA., Bioremoval of Malachite green from water sample by forestry waste mixture as potential biosorbent. Microchemical Journal, 132:172-178. (SCI) 2017.
  7. Deniz F., Kepekci RA., Exploration of biosorption potential of forest industry by-product for removal of reactive dye from aqueous solution. Fibers and Polymers, 18:278-284. (SCI-E) 2017.
  8. Deniz F., Kepekci RA., Biosorption of Food Green 3 by a novel green generation composite biosorbent from aqueous environment. International Journal of Phytoremediation, 19:579-586. (SCI-E) 2017.
  9. Deniz F., A novel eco-biosorbent for decontamination of hazardous dye from aqueous medium. Journal of Polymers and the Environment, 25:1242-1250. (SCI-E) 2017.
  10. Deniz F., Kepekci RA., Efficiency of modified composite biosorbent for bioremoval of phosphate ions in aqueous area: Process modeling studies. Journal of Polymers and the Environment, 25:649-657. (SCI-E) 2017.
  11. Deniz F., Kepekci RA., Elimination of a common hazardous dye from aqueous solution by a novel alkaline-treated multi-component biosorbent. Research on Chemical Intermediates, 43:561-575. (SCI) 2017.
  12. Deniz F., Tezel Ersanli E., Simultaneous bioremoval of two unsafe dyes from aqueous solution using a novel green composite biosorbent. Microchemical Journal, 128:312-319. (SCI) 2016.
  13. Deniz F., Tezel Ersanli E., Removal of colorant from simulated wastewater by phyco-composite material: Equilibrium, kinetic and mechanism studies in a lab-scale application. Journal of Molecular Liquids, 220:120-128. (SCI) 2016.
  14. Deniz F., Kepekci RA., Dye biosorption onto pistachio by-product: A green environmental engineering approach. Journal of Molecular Liquids, 219:194-200. (SCI) 2016.
  15. Deniz F., Kepekci RA., Biosorption of dye from synthetic wastewater using alga enriched in phenolic compounds. Environmental Progress & Sustainable Energy, 35:737-742. (SCI) 2016.
  16. Deniz F., Kepekci RA., Equilibrium and kinetic studies of azo dye molecules biosorption on phycocyanin-extracted residual biomass of microalga Spirulina platensis. Desalination and Water Treatment, 57:12257-12263. (SCI-E) 2016.
  17. Deniz F., Kepekci RA., Bioremediation of contaminated water with unnatural dye using blue-green alga Spirulina platensis. Environmental Progress & Sustainable Energy, 34:1414-1419. (SCI) 2015.
  18. Deniz F., Dye biosorption from water employing chemically modified Calabrian pine cone shell as an effective biosorbent. Environmental Progress & Sustainable Energy, 34:1267-1278. (SCI) 2015.
  19. Deniz F., Optimization of biosorptive removal of dye from aqueous system by cone shell of Calabrian pine. Scientific World Journal, Article ID 138986. (SCI-E) 2014.
  20. Deniz F., Effective removal of Maxilon Red GRL from aqueous solutions by walnut shell: Nonlinear kinetic and equilibrium models. Environmental Progress & Sustainable Energy, 33:396-401. (SCI) 2014.
  21. Deniz F., Potential use of shell biomass (Juglans regia L.) for dye removal: Relationships between pseudo-second-order kinetic model parameters and biosorption efficiency. Desalination and Water Treatment, 52:219-226. (SCI-E) 2014.
  22. Deniz F., Optimization of biosorption conditions for color removal by Taguchi DOE methodology. Environmental Progress & Sustainable Energy, 32:1129-1133. (SCI) 2013.
  23. Deniz F., Optimization of methyl orange bioremoval by Prunus amygdalus L. (almond) shell waste: Taguchi methodology approach and biosorption system design. Desalination and Water Treatment, 51:7067-7073. (SCI-E) 2013.
  24. Deniz F., Dye removal by almond shell residues: Studies on biosorption performance and process design. Materials Science & Engineering C-Materials for Biological Application, 33:2821-2826. (SCI-E) 2013.
  25. Deniz F., Color removal from aqueous solutions of metal-containing dye using pine cone. Desalination and Water Treatment, 51:4573-4581. (SCI-E) 2013.
  26. Deniz F., Adsorption properties of low-cost biomaterial derived from Prunus amygdalus L. for dye removal from water. Scientific World Journal, Article ID 961671. (SCI-E) 2013.
  27. Deniz F., Karaman S., Removal of an azo-metal complex textile dye from colored aqueous solutions using an agro-residue. Microchemical Journal, 99:296-302. (SCI) 2011.
  28. Deniz F., Saygideger SD., Karaman S., Response to copper and sodium chloride excess in Spirulina sp. (Cyanobacteria). Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 87:11-15. (SCI) 2011.
  29. Deniz F., Karaman S., Removal of Basic Red 46 dye from aqueous solution by pine tree leaves. Chemical Engineering Journal, 170:67-74. (SCI)  2011.
  30. Deniz F., Karaman S., Saygideger SD., Biosorption of a model basic dye onto Pinus brutia Ten.: Evaluating of equilibrium, kinetic and thermodynamic data. Desalination, 270:199-205. (SCI) 2011.
  31. Deniz F., Saygideger SD., Removal of a hazardous azo dye (Basic Red 46) from aqueous solution by princess tree leaf. Desalination, 268:6-11. (SCI) 2011.
  32. Deniz F., Saygideger SD., Investigation of adsorption characteristics of Basic Red 46 onto gypsum: Equilibrium, kinetic and thermodynamic studies. Desalination, 262:161-165. (SCI) 2010.
  33. Deniz F., Saygideger SD., Equilibrium, kinetic and thermodynamic studies of Acid Orange 52 dye biosorption by Paulownia tomentosa Steud. leaf powder as a low-cost natural biosorbent. Bioresource Technology, 101:5137-5143. (SCI) 2010.
  34. Saygideger SD., Deniz F., Effect of 24-epibrassinolide on biomass, growth and free proline concentration in Spirulina platensis (Cyanophyta) under NaCl stress. Plant Growth Regulation, 56:219-223. (SCI) 2008.

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