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On the effects of water motion on marine organisms in the mesolittoral and infralittoral zones of the Rumanian shore of the Black Sea
Gomoiu, M.-T. (1968). On the effects of water motion on marine organisms in the mesolittoral and infralittoral zones of the Rumanian shore of the Black Sea, in: Brattström, H. et al. (Ed.) The Importance of Water Movements for Biology and Distribution of Marine Organisms: 2nd European Symposium on Marine Biology, Bergen 24-28 August 1967. Sarsia, 34: pp. 95-107. dx.doi.org/10.1080/00364827.1968.10413374
In: Brattström, H.; Matthews, J.B.L. (Ed.) (1968). The Importance of Water Movements for Biology and Distribution of Marine Organisms: 2nd European Symposium on Marine Biology, Bergen 24-28 August 1967. Sarsia, 34. Norwegian Universities Press: Bergen. 398 pp., more
In: Sarsia. University of Bergen. Universitetsforlaget: Bergen. ISSN 0036-4827, more
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Abstract
    Water movements and their influence on marine meso- and infralittoral organisms on the Rumanian shore of the Black Sea are discussed. Marine currents distribute water from the River Danube over a wide area and alter the salinity and temperature, the nutrients, the relationship between positive and negative ions, the distribution of the water masses, transparency and colour, and the composition of the fauna and flora. It is established that wave action is the dynamic factor with the most devastating effect on meso- and infralittoral organisms on the Rumanian shore of the Black Sea. Changes in sea level, which are less important in the Black Sea, are discussed. Brief reference is also made to several other aspects of the influence of water movements on marine organisms.

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