Long-term environmental impact of an oil spill in the southern part of Onega Bay, the White Sea

@article{Andrianov2016LongtermEI,
  title={Long-term environmental impact of an oil spill in the southern part of Onega Bay, the White Sea},
  author={Vyatcheslav V. Andrianov and Andrei A. Lebedev and Natalia V. Neverova and L. P. Lukin and T. Ya. Vorobyeva and Elena Sobko and E. A. Kobelev and Tatiana Yu. Lisitsina and L. A. Samokhina and Sergey Klimov},
  journal={Russian Journal of Marine Biology},
  year={2016},
  volume={42},
  pages={205-215}
}
Complex studies were carried out in the southern part of Onega Bay (White Sea) in the summer seasons of 2003–2006 and 2011–2013. These studies revealed the dynamics of oil pollution of the water area after an accidental fuel oil spill in September 2003 and its long-term adverse effects on organisms of different trophic levels of the coastal ecosystem (benthos, fish, and sea mammal populations) in the most polluted southeastern part of the bay. The deterioration of the status of the top trophic… CONTINUE READING

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