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Temporal and spatial changes in the abundance and biomass of pico (heterotrophic bacteria & synechococcus) and nanoplankton (flagellates) of the Mersin Bay – relationships with ambient physical, chemical and biological parameters
The eastern Mediterranean has been known as the most oligotrophic water body among the worlds oceans and as a result of limited nutrient inputs from terrestrial sources primary productivity and plankton succession are ...
The impact of climate variability on the physical properties of the Black Sea for the period 1971 – 2001
Deep ventilation of the Black Sea is inhibited by a sharp salinity gradient within the upper water column, resulting in a shallow anoxic interface at around 100 – 200 m depth. Understanding biological and chemical processes ...
Reconstruction of SeaWİFS chlorophyll data for the Black Sea
SeaWiFS was collecting ocean color data since 1997. This means chlorophyll-a data for more than ten years. Since, SeaWiFS Chl-a data is validated for Black Sea this data set can be used for analysis. Nevertheless, the data ...