Modelling the Danube-influenced North-western Continental Shelf of the Black Sea . II : Ecosystem Response to Changes in Nutrient Delivery by the Danube River after its Damming in 1972

@inproceedings{Lancelot2002ModellingTD,
  title={Modelling the Danube-influenced North-western Continental Shelf of the Black Sea . II : Ecosystem Response to Changes in Nutrient Delivery by the Danube River after its Damming in 1972},
  author={Christiane Lancelot and Joanna Staneva and Dominique Eeckhout and J. M. Beckers and Emil Vassilev Stanev},
  year={2002}
}
The ecological model BIOGEN, describing the carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus and silicon cycling throughout aggregated chemical and biological compartments of the planktonic and benthic marine systems, has been implemented in the north-western Black Sea to assess the response of this coastal ecosystem to eutrophication by the Danube River. The trophic resolution of BIOGEN was chosen to simulate the major ecological changes reported in this coastal area since the 1960s. Particular attention was paid… CONTINUE READING
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