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  • Ecological and geographical characteristics of the coastal zone of the Black Sea
  • Black Sea environment
  • Black Sea ; Coastal environment ; Ecology ; Geosystem ; Land use ; Rill wash;Runoff
  • The coastal zone of the Black Sea is viewed as marine terrestrial geosystem. This article largely treats the terrestrial part of the coastal zone of the Black Sea and provides information on the landscapes, the structure of land use
  • Early Holocene marine flooding of the Black Sea
  • Bathymetry ; Black Sea ; Current ; Echosounding ; Flood ; Holocene ; Marine quaternary ; Palaeo-environment
  • Echo-sounding data recorded in the Black Sea in 1969 imaged a chain of hills 5- to 150-m high at a depth of 2000-2200 m that resemble hills on the lower continental rise. Like those hills, the features in the western Black Sea may have been created
  • by bottom currents. The easterly flowing currents inferred to have formed the hills may be related to a catastrophic flood of the Black Sea from the Sea of Marmara 7150 yr ago.
  • Biohydrochemical causes of the changes of Black Sea ecosystem and its present condition
  • Black Sea environment
  • Biogeochemistry ; Black Sea ; Ecosystem ; Human impact ; Marine environment ; Nitrate ; Phosphate ; Pollution
  • The permanent growth of phosphate, nitrogen and silicon results from the construction of numerous hydroelectric power-stations on all the great rivers flowing to the Black Sea. Most of silicon is accumulated in the reservoirs where phytoplankton
  • is rapidly developed, and instead of phosphates and nitrates, organic compounds of these elements flow out to the sea. This has caused the essential transformation of the whole Black Sea ecosystem.
  • The impact of recreation in the Black Sea region on surface and sea water quality―Sochi case study
  • Black Sea environment
  • Black Sea ; Coastal environment ; Human impact ; Pollution ; Recreation area ; Water quality
  • Sochi, the largest health resort in the country, is taken as an example to analyze a negative anthropogenic impact on the Black Sea coast environment, in particular on surface and sea waters. The paper gives the results of an integrated pollution
  • Some characteristics of sedimentogenesis on the continental margin of the Black Sea
  • Influence of the economic activities on coasts upon the coastal waters of the Black Sea
  • Black Sea environment
  • Black Sea ; Coastal environment ; Ecosystem ; Human impact ; Hydrocarbons;Fuel resources ; Pesticide ; Pollution ; Rill wash;Runoff ; Water quality
  • This work is devoted to an assessment of the role of sea coasts in the change of its ecological state because up till now the majority of researchers considered the influence of quantitative and qualitative changes of the river runoff produced
  • Atatürk's ideas in villages of the Turkish Black Sea region?
  • The paper includes the following chapters : 1. Atatürk's agricultural reform efforts. 2. Agriculture in the Black Sea Province of Samsun. 3. Methods of survey conducted. 4. Empirical findings (Qualifications of the farm managers, orientation towards
  • Changes of the geological environment of the northern Black Sea region and the chemicalization of agricultural production
  • Black Sea environment
  • The generalization of the data available, field and laboratory investigations made it possible to estimate the pesticide in flow with large rivers to the NW part of the Black Sea, and the degree of pollution of the soil cover, bottom sediments
  • Black Sea environment
  • Practical ecology of sea regions―concepts and implementation
  • Black Sea ; Coastal environment ; Concept ; Ecology ; Environment ; Human impact ; Hydrocarbons;Fuel resources ; Hydrodynamics ; Marine environment ; Model ; Ocean circulation ; Pollution
  • prognosis analyzed on the example of some coastal regions of the Black and Azov Seas.
  • Carbonate rocks in the Black Sea basin: indicators for shallow water and subaerial exposure during Miocene-Pliocene time
  • Neotektonski problemi na balgarskija cernomorski self Neotectonic problems of the Bulgarian Black-Sea shelf
  • Processes controlling the stanol/stenol ratio in Black Sea seawater and sediments
  • Weathering forms on sandstones directly exposed to sea effects in Gelincikburnu and its surroundings (south coast of the Black Sea)
  • Black Sea ; Chemical erosion ; Coastal environment ; Rainfall ; Salt ; Sandstone ; Sea water ; Turkey ; Weathering
  • Relative sea-level changes and submersion of archaeological sites along the northern shoreline of the Black Sea
  • Antiquity ; Archaeology ; Archeological site ; Black Sea ; Coastal environment ; Holocene ; Sea level ; Stratigraphy
  • Tectonic and climatic pulses recorded in Quaternary sediments of the Caspian-Black Sea region
  • Njakoi rezultati ot analiza na dannite za zamarsjavaneto s neft i neftoprodukti v Cerno more. (Some results of the analysis of data on pollution with oil and oil products in the Black sea)
  • Varves in the Black Sea and in Lake Van (Turkey) in Moraines and varves. Origin/Genesis/Classification.
  • Black Sea ; Bulgaria ; Coastal environment ; Tourism ; Village
  • In the article there is an analisys of the role of the tourism for the development of 26 villages along the Bulgarian Black Sea coast. They are distributed in four typological groups. The villages - seaside resorts increase their population from 110
  • Black Sea environment
  • Self-purification in the context of the problems of anthropogenic ecology of the Sea
  • Biogeochemistry ; Black Sea ; Drainage;Sanitation improvement ; Ecology ; Ecosystem ; Environment ; Eutrophication ; Human impact ; Hydrocarbons;Fuel resources ; Marine environment ; Model ; Pollution
  • Black Sea ; Continental margin ; Geomorphology ; Relief ; Sea floor