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Summer ichthyoplankton, food supply of fish larvae and impact of invasive ctenophores on the nutrition of fish larvae in the Black Sea during 2000 and 2001
Qualitative composition and abundance of both ichthyoplankton and small forms of zooplankton were evaluated by field studies in the northern (the Crimea near Sevastopol) and southern (Sinop regionExpand
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Marine fishes in the Black Sea: recent conservation status
A revised checklist of the fish fauna of the Black Sea is reported. This paper is the first attempt to present an actual Check List of the fishes in the Black Sea according to the data available inExpand
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Evaluation of the Black Sea Land Based Sources of Pollution the Coastal Region of Turkey~!2009-08-08~!2009-10-16~!2009-12-31~!
The Black Sea receives large quantities of unregulated and uncontrolled fresh water with drawl for irrigation purposes, hydro and thermal power generation and the use of coastal areas for permanentExpand
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A proposal for new marine protected areas along the Turkish Black Sea coast
Abstract Marine living resources are diminishing in the Turkish Black Sea whilst marine biological diversity is facing various threats from overfishing as well as illegal, unreported or unregulatedExpand
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Biological Diversity of the Turkish Black Sea Coast
In this review a comprehensive biodiversity characteristic of the Black Sea is given. A brief historical survey of the investigations on the biodiversity of the Black Sea coast is followed by theExpand
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Seasonal distribution of fish eggs and larvae off sinop (the southern Black Sea) in 1999-2000
The seasonal distribution of fish eggs and larvae off Sinop, the central southern Black Sea, was studied by using vertical and horizontal tows at two stations at biweekly intervals between JanuaryExpand
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HEAVY METALS LEVELS IN SOME FISHES AND MOLLUSCS FROM SÄřNOP PENINSULA OF THE SOUTHERN BLACK SEA, TURKEY
In the present study five heavy metal (zinc, copper, cadmium, lead and cobalt) concentrations in bottom fishes, Mullus barbatus L., 1758, Merlangius merlangius euxinus (Nordmann, 1840), SpicaraExpand
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Some benthic soft-bottom crustaceans along the Anatolian coast of the Black Sea
[This study is based on the results of a benthos survey of soft bottoms along the Black Sea coasts of Turkey in May-July 1999. Benthos sampling was conducted at depths of 13-79 m at 30 stations. AExpand
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HEAVY METALS IN EDIBLE TISSUES OF BENTHIC ORGANISMS FROM SAMSUN COASTS, SOUTH BLACK SEA, TURKEY AND THEIR POTENTIAL RISK TO HUMAN HEALTH
The present study was aim to determine the concentrations of copper, cobalt, lead, zinc, cadmium, manganese, nickel and iron in the edible tissues of Liocarcinus depurator (decapoda), Rapana venosaExpand
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