Phytoplankton production and chlorophyll content in different types of estuaries
... chlorophyll concentration in estuaries of different types (the Vistula and Curonian Lagoons, and the Volga delta). A comparison with hydrological and chemical parameters helped identify the main factors determining the level of primary production and eutrophication. The productivity of an ecosystem is determined primarily by river runoff in the Volga delta, while in the Vistula Lagoon and Curonian Lagoon by the intensity of water exchange with the
sea. Today, deeutrophication is being observed in ...
Climate Change Impact on the Curonain Lagoon Eutrophication Level
... temperatures in 1990-2000, presumably, a consequence of the climate change, alongside with other factors (freshness, slow water flow) creates conditions for cyanobacterial «hyperblooms». Probably, the 1990-2000 climate warming is the cause of the eutrophication of the Curonian Lagoon, which continues despite significant reduction in external nutrient load.
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Первичная продукция и показатели фитопланктона ...
The main environmental problems of the Baltic Sea and the ways to solve them
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The problems of the protection of the Baltic Sea in the regions of the Russian Federation: the example of the Kaliningrad region
This article examines solutions to the environmental problems of the Baltic Sea in the Kaliningrad region. The authors focus on the implementation of the HELCOM recommendation, which stipulates the elimination of all sources of eutrophication (the so-called hot spots) as well as the construction of modern waste water treatment facilities. The study is based on the interviews with local experts and the analysis of regulatory documents