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Authors: Eremeev, V. N.
Boltachev, A. R.
Aleksandrov, B. G.
Alyomov, S. V.
Zagorodnya, Yu. A.
Karpova, E. P.
Manzhos, L. A.
Gubanov, V. V.
Title: Biological diversity of the coastal zone of the Crimean peninsula: problems, preservation and restoration pathways
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Sevastopol: The A.O. Kovalevsky Institute of Biology of the Southern Seas NAS Ukraine
Language (ISO): English
Pages: 92
Abstract: The results of complex hydrochemical, hydrobiological and ichthyological investigations by IBSS, NAS of Ukraine, realized in 6 regions of the coastal zone of the Crimean peninsula in the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov are given. The main negative factors causing changes in structural and functional characteristics of hydrobiocenoses in the regions studied are analyzed and “hot ecological spots” are isolated. Variants of different methods of management of the coastal ecosystems, including construction of artificial reefs and usage of biological filters for water cleaning, protection and recreation of biological diversity are taken into consideration.
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