CLASSIFICATION OF SENSITIVE AND LESS SENSITIVE AREAS ALONG THE AEGEAN COASTAL AREAS OF TURKEY

2018-01-01
Avaz, Gulsen
KÜÇÜKSEZGİN, FİLİZ
Tuğrul, Süleyman
Tan, Ibrahim
Günay, Aslı
Kuzyaka, Ersan
Ozkan, Melek
In the last few decades, due to an enormous increase in urbanization, industrialization and tourism activities, the risk of eutrophication has been gradually gaining more significance, especially for the closed and semi-closed bays in Turkey.
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Citation Formats
G. Avaz et al., “CLASSIFICATION OF SENSITIVE AND LESS SENSITIVE AREAS ALONG THE AEGEAN COASTAL AREAS OF TURKEY,” FRESENIUS ENVIRONMENTAL BULLETIN, pp. 9230–9244, 2018, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/55630.