Effect of Danube River dam on Black Sea biogeochemistry and ecosystem structure

@article{Humborg1997EffectOD,
  title={Effect of Danube River dam on Black Sea biogeochemistry and ecosystem structure},
  author={C. Humborg and V. Ittekkot and A. Cociasu and B. Bodungen},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1997},
  volume={386},
  pages={385-388}
}
Rivers contribute significantly to the pollution and eutrophication that have caused drastic changes to the ecosystem of the Black Sea1–3. Although damming is known to affect riverborne nutrient loads, and thus riverine ecosystems, evidence for significant effects in open coastal waters is sparse4–6. Here we present long-term data sets of water and nutrient discharge from the River Danube to the Black Sea. These data reveal a reduction in the dissolved silicate load of the river by about two… Expand
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