A review of zooplankton investigations of the Black Sea over the last decade

Kıdeyş, Ahmet Erkan
Shulman, G
Gordina, A
Bingel, F
Investigations performed in the last decade indicate that there have been important changes in the zooplankton composition and structure in the Black Sea. However, contrasting events taking place in different regions of the Black Sea indicate a non-uniform structure of its ecosystem.


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Citation Formats
A. E. Kıdeyş, G. Shulman, A. Gordina, and F. Bingel, “A review of zooplankton investigations of the Black Sea over the last decade,” JOURNAL OF MARINE SYSTEMS, pp. 355–371, 2000, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/31125.