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Mahmut Celal Barla, Istanbul University, Turkey, Osman Kamil Sag, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey, Michael Roe and Richard Gray, University of Plymouth, UK Contributors: Michael Roe, Mehmet Kaptanoglou, Okan Tuna, Guler Bilen Alkan, Mahmut Celal Barla, A. Guldem Cerit, D. Baser (Kizilsumer), S.O. Baser, Hakki Kisi, Osman Kamil Sag, Bengi Selen Yuceer, Erhan Bayraktar, Harry Heijveld, Burak Acar, Osman Askin Bak, D. Ali Deveci, Jacques H.B. Sigura, Funda Yercan, Kazim Yeni.
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