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The north-western Black Sea: a pilot site to understand the complex interaction between human activities and the coastal environment
Lancelot, C.; Martin, J.-M.; Panin, N.; Zaitsev, Y. (2002). The north-western Black Sea: a pilot site to understand the complex interaction between human activities and the coastal environment, in: European River Ocean Systems (EROS-21): interactions between the Danube and the north-western Black Sea. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 54(3): pp. 279-283
In: (2002). European River Ocean Systems (EROS-21): interactions between the Danube and the north-western Black Sea. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 54(3). Academic Press: London. 279-641 pp., more
In: Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. Academic Press: London; New York. ISSN 0272-7714, more
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  • Lancelot, C.; Martin, J.-M.; Panin, N.; Zaitsev, Y. (2002). The north-western Black Sea: a pilot site to understand the complex interaction between human activities and the coastal environment. Est., Coast. and Shelf Sci. 54(3): 279-283. dx.doi.org/10.1006/ecss.2000.0647, more

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Keywords
Author keywords
    Black Sea; Danube; biogeochemistry; EROS project

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  • Lancelot, C., more
  • Martin, J.-M.
  • Panin, N.
  • Zaitsev, Y.

Abstract
    Between 1994 and 1998, the European Union EROS project has focused its research on the biogeochemistry and ecological quality of the Danube-north-western Black Sea continuum. This area was chosen as a pilot site to understand the complex interactions between human activities and the quality of the coastal environment. Project methodology included analysis of historical data, field expeditions, process-level studies and mathematical modelling. Main results achieved are shortly described highlighting the rapid response of the coastal Black Sea ecosystem to positive and negative effects of human changes.

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